Colonized Brussels: Moroccan Migrants Celebrate Their Team's World Cup Victory Over Belgium with Riots (Video)

One-third of the country’s population is of foreign origin; in Brussels, Belgians are the minority.

Morocco threw a giant wrench into the World Cup’s Group F mix on Sunday with an upset victory over Belgium, 2-0. Moroccan migrants who had colonized Belgium celebrated their team’s success by violently rioting.

Migrants attacked police and threw full bottles of liquor and fireworks at people; others demolished street furniture and set fires. Cars were overturned and torched, along with several scooters that went up in flames and were used to throw at cars. Cars full of media crews were also pelted with objects, stores were looted, and Christmas trees were set on fire. Hundreds of police were forced to intervene. The air was full of tear gas, and terrified residents were trying to find shelter.

Belgium came into the tournament No. 2 in the last FIFA men’s soccer rankings before the World Cup and were shoo-ins to get to the knockout stage and among the favorites to win it all. But that all changed in the 73rd minute.

Abdelhamid Sabiri scored one of the top goals of the tournament, connecting on a free kick to give Morocco a 1-0 lead in the second half before assisting on its second goal of the match. Zakaria Aboukhlal would give Morocco a convincing lead in the second minute of stoppage time and close the door shut with his goal.

It was Morocco’s first win at a World Cup since they beat Scotland in 1998. They left the 2018 tournament with a single point.

Belgium’s Population Replacement

Over the last decade, Belgium has changed dramatically. Without any public debate, it has become a massive migration state. Their left-wing government’s open borders migration policies continue to have catastrophic effects on the country’s safety and demographics.

According to Statbel, the country’s statistical office, one-third of Belgium’s population is of foreign origin. The largest number of those are of Moroccan descent. In Brussels, native or indigenous Belgians are already in the minority. In “politically correct” terms, it is called  “diversity,” but the more accurate term is “colonization.” In Belgium’s capital, Brussels, nearly 80% of the population is of foreign origin.

Belgium has become a terrorist breeding ground; the country has the highest per-capita rate of foreign fighters of any Western European country. Left-wing media have even described the small country as “Europe’s terror hotbed”.

Amy Mek

Investigative Journalist: Banned in parts of Europe, Wanted by Islamic countries, Threatened by terror groups, Hunted by left-wing media, Smeared by Hollywood elites & Fake religious leaders.



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