Free hugs. In Belgium. I’m not joking — I’ll show you the footage. That’s the Belgian response to the terrorist bombing spree last week.
But at least the “free hugs” rally was allowed to proceed. Belgians had organized a March Against Fear, but it was cancelled — out of fear.
There are a few Belgians left who aren’t so easily shut up. Young soccer fans who like to fight showed up with anti-terrorist banners. But the riot police came out with their water cannon trucks and turned them on the soccer gangs.
Almost every single media report out of Brussels called these soccer gangs “far-right” and even Nazis.
You know, in Toronto, after the Jian Ghomeshi case, there were protesters in the street, crying out against the justice system, and cops. Against rape culture.
In Canada, they’re called “feminists”. In Belgium, they’re called "Nazis."
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