Alain Wagner Introduces The Brussels Declaration At The International Conference For Free Speech And Human Rights

By • on July 19, 2012

Ladies and Gentlemen, you will see very soon that it’s not only a declaration; it means action for the future.

Ladies and Gentlemen,

This day is historic and I am honored to here among you in this very symbolic place.

Today was not only a day of analysis, discussions and statements it was a day of truth, of courage and unity.

This conference will stay in history, not as a day of grim acknowledgment of weakness and helplessness but as the first day of a new era. A time of steadfastness, of purposeful effort,  a time of renewed energy and hope.

It has been clearly exposed today:  we are victims of a slow but massive hostile societal engineering which ultimately aims to enforce sharia law not only in our countries but to all humankind.

This mad dream has already carved a bloody wound of pain, tears and slavery in human History; a still festering wound named Jihad.

This mad sharia dream is being promoted by  a small but powerful minority, but in totalitarian systems, minorities always try to coerce entire societies through lies, violence and indoctrination, and sharia inspired groups or societies are no exception in this regard.

With a fog of lies, of deliberate disinformation and media manipulations we were prevented from realizing the extent of this deadly threat and the identity of the main actors of a stealthy subversive process already at work in our streets.

But the days of blindness are over, we are no longer mesmerized and frightened by the outrageous campaigns of defamation launched against us. By empty words like “islamophobia” or “extreme right.”

From today, the paradigm is changed and I will summarize the new one in a very few words :

“We are the good guys, we and our countries are attacked, and we have the right and the duty to defend ourselves against sharia enforcements”

Anybody threatening us or trying to prosecute us for doing this has objectively made an alliance with the enemies of Freedom and Democracy and therefore disgraced himself in regard of human decency. And one day, they will have to answer for that.

But enough of the past, let’s act now for a better future !

Today in the European Parliament of Brussels we invite all sincere defenders of Freedom of speech and Human rights all over  the world to joins us in the Brussels Process which aims in the name of Freedom and human dignity, to preserve our societies and all our fellow human beings whatever their origin and their beliefs from sharia enforcements.

We invite you, all of you and all who see me on internet because it will be recorded, it’s a call for the world, the entire world. We invite you to sign and from then to endorse, support and promote the following declaration and its proposed policies, to become an active member of the Brussels Process !


By Tim Biagiotti on July 19th, 2012 at 20:16

Where do I sign? This needs to be spread around the world.

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By Alain Wagner on July 21st, 2012 at 13:24

Soon there will be a possibility to sign this document and become a member of the Brussel Process. Check regularly for the red button “I want to join the Brussels Process.”

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By Mike on July 21st, 2012 at 14:55

Alain Wagner, I greatly support your cause. However, I believe this whole thing is badly managed. In your nice speech, you say people should support you, yet there is not even a way to do that as I can’t find any link. In the previously posted comment you say you are working on it, but it is probably already too late as the most people probably visited this site after and during the conference. Why should someone visit this website if there’s no news to report? Fewer visits means fewer people signing up. The only way you can perhaps rectify this is by running ads in mass media and ask the anti-islamisation blogs to inform their readers. Also, as your organization will need enough funding to increase visibility and attract even more members, you will also need easy ways to donate money, e.g. by credit card or through Paypal.

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