Cops in Brussels, Belgium, Prevent Conservatives From Freely Meeting | 16 April 2024 | No sooner had the totalitarian drama in Brazil started to calm down than a fresh new one erupted in Belgium. As of 5 p.m. local time today, the local Brussels police were not letting people into an event of conservatives in Brussels. They were letting people exit, but they were not letting them come back in. The National Conservatism Conference was full of famous conservative political leaders in Europe, including UK Brexit leader Nigel Farage, former UK government Home Secretary Suella Braverman, and French presidential candidate Eric Zemmour, who police blocked from entering. Suella Braverman, the UK's former Home Secretary, denounced the "thought police" Said Farage, "This is like the old Soviet Union. No alternative view allowed." "It's literally a siege," said the Chairman of the National Conservatism conference, Yoram Hazony.

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