"Anti-lockdown Rambo" Jurgen Conings

Aloha50

Sparrow
Its been a week now and yet no Jurgen Conings thread so figured I'd put one one up. Also, seems to be a dearth of stories in the US press regarding him. I suspect MSM and conservative media has decided not to report as he could encourage others in the states. Thoughts?
 

Aloha50

Sparrow
I’ve noticed.

It’s making the rounds in military social media communities though. Officials are “alarmed” that a fan page got 45,000 members in about a day and a half before they shut it down.
I heard that Belgium had to call in the EU for help getting him as he has much support from the Belgium rank and file.
 

Thomas More

Hummingbird
For those like me who got this far in the thread and had no idea what it was about, here you go:


The manhunt for Jürgen Conings is an ongoing manhunt for Jürgen Conings, a Belgian soldier under suspicion of far-right extremism who stole several weapons and went on the run.

Edit: He is thought to be hiding out in a national park in the east of Belgium. This is not like Ted Kaczynski hiding out in the American wilderness. Belgium is very small and densely populated, and this park is not very large or remote. I don't see how he can hide out for long. This seems like a futile gesture.
 
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Aloha50

Sparrow
For those like me who got this far in the thread and had no idea what it was about, here you go:




Edit: He is thought to be hiding out in a national park in the east of Belgium. This is not like Ted Kaczynski hiding out in the American wilderness. Belgium is very small and densely populated, and this park is not very large or remote. I don't see how he can hide out for long. This seems like a futile gesture.
'thought to be'....It's been almost two weeks and he's still not been found. He was special forces so if anybody could this off it would be person of his caliber and training. The most interesting part to all of this is the media angle or lack of media angle.
 

AntoniusofEfa

Kingfisher
The media doesn't like being made a fool of. He won't win on his own, but the longer he holds out and the more inept he makes the authorities look (and their media mouthpieces) the more others will do the same, which will help to overturn this pyramidal paradigm in due time. Every inertial gesture is not futile.
The media is also afraid to inspire other freedom loving, gun wielding patriotic ex-soldiers in Belgium.
 

Mountaineer

Pelican
Gold Member
This is all total bullshit. If they really want to find a man these days they can do it in hours. To me this is another astroturfing bullshit. If anything the guy was probably real but got killed in a shady situation within military base or something.
 

Robert High Hawk

Kingfisher
This is all total bullshit. If they really want to find a man these days they can do it in hours. To me this is another astroturfing bullshit. If anything the guy was probably real but got killed in a shady situation within military base or something.
It's hard to say anymore. Lots of migrants seem to have no problem disappearing. Never underestimate the institutional incompetence of the government, but don't assume it either there.
 

John Silva

Sparrow
This is all total bullshit. If they really want to find a man these days they can do it in hours. To me this is another astroturfing bullshit. If anything the guy was probably real but got killed in a shady situation within military base or something.

There were two cases like this in Portugal a few years ago. One man 'Palito' old fellow and now deceased, escaped authorities in a remote area for over a month (34 days), and it was not even a national park. Was caught when he went back home, tired of living in the wild.

Another fellow Pedro Dias, in an more populated area, escaped authorities for more than three weeks. Didn't get caught, sent his lawyer to negotiate his arrest with the police. Was bound to be killed on sight.

Palito (PT) https://expresso.pt/sociedade/2021-...-que-fugiu-a-policia-durante-34-dias-508a07eb

Dias (PT) https://www.cmjornal.pt/portugal/detalhe/a-cronologia-da-fuga-de-pedro-dias

None of them was military, the thing is both knew their areas very well and had support, so maybe it's not impossible to happen in Belgium.
 

KantPost

Sparrow
This is all total bullshit. If they really want to find a man these days they can do it in hours. To me this is another astroturfing bullshit. If anything the guy was probably real but got killed in a shady situation within military base or something.
Don't forget most of the power that we perceive our enemies as having is simply a projection. In reality it is a thin veneer, spread widely and deep in only some domains. It is also still more or less siloed and coordinated activity increasingly difficult due to more and more deficient state employees.
At the same time, if this guy were a genuine systemic threat he would be caught more quickly by a select, effective team of operatives. This suggests to me he is not a priority or system risk
 

911

Peacock
Gold Member
This is all total bullshit. If they really want to find a man these days they can do it in hours. To me this is another astroturfing bullshit. If anything the guy was probably real but got killed in a shady situation within military base or something.

Given the history of Belgium and Gladio B false flag operations, this is a scenario we can't completely discount. Back in the 1980s, there were several terrorist mass shootings in Belgian supermarkets, known as the Brabant Massacres, that turned out to be deep state operations meant to shock public opinion and keep people in a state of fear. Belgium is a globalist/deep state hub, it is the heart of the EU and NATO.


The Brabant Massacres were a spree of murderous robberies, not apparently motivated by financial gain as much as the desire to panic people. Allan Francovich's 1992 film on Operation Gladio suggests that it may have been connected to the Westland New Post, a Belgian group founded by Paul Latinus.[1]

Belgian Gladio

Some have suggested that Operation Gladio was activated in Belgium, as in Italy, to try to subdue the popularity of communists. One difference was however that, in contrast to the bombings and other violence in Italy, the Brabant Massacres were never explicitly blamed on communists.

Connections to SDRA8

The last attack when the gang struck despite patrols checking the supermarket every twenty minutes led to rumours of them having some kind of inside knowledge and possibly complicity by individual Gendarmerie in the attacks. Gendarmerie vehicles (which had an Uzi in a compartment) were present approximately 100 meters away, but failed to engage or pursue the attackers. The Belgian stay-behind network Gladio/SDRA8 — operating under the control of the Belgian General Information and Security Service was suggested by some to have links to the gang.

Deathbed confession may crack case of the 'Crazy Brabant Killers'

Ex-policeman allegedly admitted before he died that he was ringleader of Belgian gang that killed 28 people in the early 1980s
A diver next to a canal in Ronquieres during a search for evidence in the “Brabant’s killers” case

A diver steps out of a canal in Ronquières, south of Brussels, in August 2010, during a search for evidence in the ‘Brabant Killers’ case. Photograph: Virginie Lefour/AFP

Daniel Boffey in Brussels
Tue 24 Oct 2017 10.09 BST

A murder mystery that has gripped Belgium for 30 years may be on the verge of being solved after a former policeman apparently confessed on his deathbed to being one of the “Crazy Brabant Killers” – a gang that killed 28 people and left a further 40 injured in a string of robberies in the early 1980s.
During a three-year spree, the Brabant Killers staged more than a dozen raids on supermarkets, hostels and a gunsmiths, during which they shot customers, staff and even children. They suddenly ceased their activities and disappeared in 1985.

The killers’ proficiency in handling weapons raised suspicions at the time that there was a link with the gendarmerie, a former paramilitary police force of Belgium. Theories circulated that the group was part of an attempt by the far left or right to undermine the state, something that the Belgian government confirmed on Tuesday remained “a possibility”.

The Brabant gang, who were French speaking, and would taunt and roar at their victims, terrorised Belgian society. They have retained a hold on the public imagination since their sudden unexplained disappearance.
The group – usually comprising three disguised men, wearing face paint, known as “the Giant”, “the Killer” and a getaway driver, “the Old Man” – would at times take just petty cash and low-value goods, yet be content to shoot anyone in their way.

Various leads have emerged since the gang disappeared, but there have never been any prosecutions. Officials confirmed, however, that the brother of a retired policeman in Aalst, near Brussels, came forward earlier this year to claim that his dying sibling had confessed two years ago to being the Giant, the suspected ringleader.

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This is a very good documentary on Gladio B, it actually aired on BBC, back when they had pretty decent journalistic standards, such a doc airing in the MSM would be inconceivable today.

 

Thomas More

Hummingbird
Given the history of Belgium and Gladio B false flag operations, this is a scenario we can't completely discount. Back in the 1980s, there were several terrorist mass shootings in Belgian supermarkets, known as the Brabant Massacres, that turned out to be deep state operations meant to shock public opinion and keep people in a state of fear. Belgium is a globalist/deep state hub, it is the heart of the EU and NATO.


The Brabant Massacres were a spree of murderous robberies, not apparently motivated by financial gain as much as the desire to panic people. Allan Francovich's 1992 film on Operation Gladio suggests that it may have been connected to the Westland New Post, a Belgian group founded by Paul Latinus.[1]

Belgian Gladio

Some have suggested that Operation Gladio was activated in Belgium, as in Italy, to try to subdue the popularity of communists. One difference was however that, in contrast to the bombings and other violence in Italy, the Brabant Massacres were never explicitly blamed on communists.

Connections to SDRA8

The last attack when the gang struck despite patrols checking the supermarket every twenty minutes led to rumours of them having some kind of inside knowledge and possibly complicity by individual Gendarmerie in the attacks. Gendarmerie vehicles (which had an Uzi in a compartment) were present approximately 100 meters away, but failed to engage or pursue the attackers. The Belgian stay-behind network Gladio/SDRA8 — operating under the control of the Belgian General Information and Security Service was suggested by some to have links to the gang.

Deathbed confession may crack case of the 'Crazy Brabant Killers'

Ex-policeman allegedly admitted before he died that he was ringleader of Belgian gang that killed 28 people in the early 1980s
A diver next to a canal in Ronquieres during a search for evidence in the “Brabant’s killers” case

A diver steps out of a canal in Ronquières, south of Brussels, in August 2010, during a search for evidence in the ‘Brabant Killers’ case. Photograph: Virginie Lefour/AFP

Daniel Boffey in Brussels
Tue 24 Oct 2017 10.09 BST

A murder mystery that has gripped Belgium for 30 years may be on the verge of being solved after a former policeman apparently confessed on his deathbed to being one of the “Crazy Brabant Killers” – a gang that killed 28 people and left a further 40 injured in a string of robberies in the early 1980s.
During a three-year spree, the Brabant Killers staged more than a dozen raids on supermarkets, hostels and a gunsmiths, during which they shot customers, staff and even children. They suddenly ceased their activities and disappeared in 1985.

The killers’ proficiency in handling weapons raised suspicions at the time that there was a link with the gendarmerie, a former paramilitary police force of Belgium. Theories circulated that the group was part of an attempt by the far left or right to undermine the state, something that the Belgian government confirmed on Tuesday remained “a possibility”.

The Brabant gang, who were French speaking, and would taunt and roar at their victims, terrorised Belgian society. They have retained a hold on the public imagination since their sudden unexplained disappearance.
The group – usually comprising three disguised men, wearing face paint, known as “the Giant”, “the Killer” and a getaway driver, “the Old Man” – would at times take just petty cash and low-value goods, yet be content to shoot anyone in their way.

Various leads have emerged since the gang disappeared, but there have never been any prosecutions. Officials confirmed, however, that the brother of a retired policeman in Aalst, near Brussels, came forward earlier this year to claim that his dying sibling had confessed two years ago to being the Giant, the suspected ringleader.

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This is a very good documentary on Gladio B, it actually aired on BBC, back when they had pretty decent journalistic standards, such a doc airing in the MSM would be inconceivable today.

Wow! This is dynamite stuff. Most claims of govt operators being involved in false flag operations are a little weak, and can at least be suspected of being conspiracy theories. However, this looks it's more likely than not that active duty military and police were complicit in these acts. I know some ex and current NL military guys in North Brabant. I'll have to ask them about this.

They will be separate enough from the situation to have some distance from it, but likely to have an informed opinion.
 
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