A group of fifteen militant activists from the NAG Voorpost organization in Flanders have continued their protest campaign against the nonwhite invasion of Europe by symbolically occupying a building set to house 300 invaders in the town of Burcht, Flanders.
The roof protest in Burcht. The banner reads: "Tired of terrorism? Close the borders!"
According to a report in the local Gazet van en Voor Hove newspaper, the fifteen militants climbed up onto the roof of the building which had previously been used as an old-age home in the picturesque town of Burcht.
According to the paper, the Voorpost militants were protesting an “invasion of asylum seekers which is flooding Flanders and Europe.” The local authority plans to place more than 300 nonwhite invaders in the town.
Earlier, local residents had formed an action committee to formally organize their opposition to the invaders. An article in the Nieusblad newspaper quoted a spokesman for the residents as saying that the municipality only has about 2,000 inhabitants in total, and that an influx of 300 or more was “just too much.”
Voorpost said in its official statement that it “fully understands the justified concerns of the inhabitants of the municipalities Kallo-Burcht and Zwijndrecht and will continue to support them in their opposition [to the invaders]. It was noticeable that we had a large amount of support and sympathy from passersby, many of whom thanked us for undertaking this action,” organization spokesman Luk Vermeulen said.
Voorpost has organized a series of protests and demonstrations against the uncontrolled influx of “asylum seekers” in both Flanders and the Netherlands, where the organization is active.