I’ll bet the citizens of Belgium are shocked — shocked! — to learn that the UN is funneling some of the money sent to them to the Taliban.
Belgian money goes through UN to the Taliban
December 23, 2021
The United Nations is making $6 million (€5.3 million) available for the Afghan Muslim extremists of the Taliban for “protection of UN personnel”. The money serves as salary for the Taliban extremists from the Ministry of Internal Affairs, who guard the UN facilities in the country.
The head of the Afghan Ministry of Internal Affairs is Sirajuddin Haqqani, the second-ranking leader of the Taliban and the leader of the so-called Haqqani Network, which during the war carried out several bloody attacks in the country.
“Every year, several million euros in tax money flows from Belgium to the UN, and so this country is indirectly a co-financier of the Taliban in Afghanistan,” says Vlaams Belang Member of Parliament Ellen Samyn. And naturally, for Vlaams Belang, that is not acceptable. Samyn will also question the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sophie Wilmes (MR [Mouvement Réformateur, Reformist Movement]). “I will demand that not one euro cent of tax money flow to the Taliban, and that Belgium bang on the table at the UN to strongly condemn this unauthorized cooperation and support for the Muslim extremists of the Taliban.”