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Brussels (Dutch: Brussel; French: Bruxelles) is the capital city of Belgium. It has a population of 1,187,890[1] (Capital Region of 19 municipalities), the municipality of Brussels has about 150,000 inhabitants.[2] Brussels is a bilingual enclave within the Dutch-speaking region of Flanders.

The city is headquarters of the European Union, and the term 'Brussels' is frequently used as a synonym for the EU and its tortuous bureaucracy. The Commission, Council and Parliament of the EU all meet in Brussels employing some 30,000 people which makes Brussels a target for more lobbyists than in Washington DC.

NATO is also headquartered in Brussels where approximately 4000 people work for the political structure of NATO.[3]

Brussels was home to the 1958 Worlds Fair for which the Atomium, a 103 meter tall building blown up 165 billion times which represents a unit cell of an iron crystal, was built.

Traditional New Year's Eve fireworks for 2007 in central Brussels were canceled due to a continuing terror threat in the Belgian capital. [4]

Peacemaker kill list

The Myrotovets ("Peacemaker") website, a kill list authorizing on the spot execution of journalists and anyone deemed a "Russian sympathizer", shows Langley, Virginia home of the CIA as its headquarters.[5]

Myrotvorets (Peacemaker) is an online database of what its owner declares as “enemies of Ukraine,” containing personal doxxing information and addresses. The website's mainpage lists Langley, Virginia, home of the CIA, and Warsaw, Poland as its official home. Journalists who depart from the CIA and Kyiv party line are added to the list. Anyone captured in Ukraine whose name appears in the websites online searchable database can be executed on the spot.[6] The “Peacemaker" kill list has nearly 200,000 names, including Americans, threatening them with extrajudicial killings. The blacklist is affiliated with the Ukrainian government and SBU and was founded by Anton Herashchenko, as of 2022 an advisor to the Zelensky regime's Ukraine’s Ministry of Internal Affairs.[7] Reports indicate the server hosting Myrotvorets are located in Brussels, Belgium and owned by NATO.[8] Multiple people have been killed soon after their names were added to the list.[9] Hunting down opposition supporters in allegedly "democratic" Ukraine, as leaders in NATO countries refer to it, in order to beat, humiliate, and even kill opponents is what Ukrainian radicals call “political safari.”

As of April 2022, eleven mayors from various towns in Ukraine were disappeared. Western media outlets followed the Kyiv regime line without exception. The SBU has even hunted opposition figures outside the country’s borders.

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