The Brussels Declaration – A Process to Safeguard Human Rights and Freedoms

The culmination of the International Conference for Free Speech and Human Rights on 9 July 2012 was the reading and signing of the Brussels Declaration. The Declaration set up a global strategic line of action against the worldwide Islamic enforcement program for Shariah Law.

In the video below, Alain Wagner (France) (00:35) introduces the document, after which Ned May (USA) (05:17) reads the text of the resolution and then Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff (Austria) (09:06) reads the eight requirements demanded of our governments.

The signing of this document marked the beginning of the Brussels Process, an ongoing initiative which aims to protect free speech and individual liberty from being undermined by proponents of Shariah Law.

Discuss it here.

Bottom line: Whether we like it or not, we cannot keep our heads in the sand any longer. They are coming. They hate. They want to destroy us and rule the world under Shariah law.

We cannot let that happen.

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