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But be careful! Crossing illegals: city of Lommel complaint in against the installers 41 signs with hateful messages
Lommel over The past few days, the presence of refugees on the asielcentrum Parelstrand again for divisions in Lommel, belgium. 41 signs with the inscription “Attention! Crossing illegals” were distributed, and then disposed of. According to the local horse city council, the boards were by activists from Outpost, but the extreme right-wing organisation denies.

The signs were yesterday by residents of the area noted. Immediately, the city and the police will be informed and with the help of volunteers were the signs in the vicinity of the Parelstrand quickly disappeared again. On verkeerspalen, was messages like “Stop Islamization” found on stickers. Also that were to the extent possible, cleaned up.

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The city council condemns the formal actions. First officer Peter Vanderkrieken (CD&V) is outraged by the way of actievoeren and finds it very inappropriate that children be endorsed. Also, mayor Bob de Nijs (CD&V) regrets that the Parelstrand in this way, in a bad light. He served in the police, a complaint against unknown persons. But the city council has transformed looks, especially in the direction of the Outpost.

Outpost denies

In the vicinity of the signs were indeed on various buildings and traffic signs Outpost stickers found. Last week protested by members of the Outpost even before the start of the city council against the issue of the refugees on the Parelstrand.

The organization denies any involvement. “There are now multiple action groups active in the province of Limburg and Flanders. The only action we have done, is the protest at the town hall last week. The actions that we do, that we stand openly behind”, says Emmanuel Maris department Limburg.

“Low cases”

“It's a little outrageous that they are directly with the finger at Outpost point”, sounds at actieverantwoordelijke Nick van Mieghem. “We have the news via the radio or heard from again. We were not aware of the action and every action of 'Outpost' requirements, we also.”

As the streets filled with CD&V stickers hang, it is, therefore, the mayor and his party that are responsible for this?

Nick van Mieghem, actieverantwoordelijke of Outpost

The organization deplores the decisions of the city council. “The mayor is layer cases if he just says because they in the near stickers have found. As the streets filled with CD&V stickers hang, it is, therefore, the mayor and his party that are responsible for this? I would make such a statement, never have done,” says Van Mieghem.

About the action itself wants to Outpost not exhausts. “It is not for us to be about to speak,” says Van Mieghem, that further steps are tentative, excludes. “That is still not addressed. As one us official accuses without proof, then we will react.”

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