Picture 1: Belgium brakes apart into the 3 entities.

Picture 2: Flander annexes Brussels and the facility ommunities of Wallonia.

Picture 3: the mostly Germanspeaking Eastbelgium declares Independence from Wallonia.

Picture 4: Eastbelgium unites with Germany, Wallonia declares war to Flanders, Germany comes to protect Wallonia, France wants to take over Wallonia and so they allie with Flanders, but this causes that the people in Alsace-Lorraine rebel against France.

Picture 5: to avoid a real war between France / Luxembourg / Flanders & Germany / Wallonia the facilities are allowed to hold referendums. PEACE IS REACHED, the Luxembourgians after an referundum join Germany.

Picture 6: France don´t accept the peace and feel betrayed by Flanders . French troops invade Flanders, Wallonia and Luxembourg, which now is in Germany. the Netherlands come to help Wallonia and Flanders. France has to retreat. Wallonia joins Germany and Flanders join the Netherlands. France has to allow referundums in french flanders and Alsace-Lorraine, the both decide for a unification with there neighbor.

Picture 7: Europe after the “Belgium wars”.

Amidst the remembrances on the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, let us take a moment to also remember Bayard Rustin (left), the chief organizer of the march and one of the great strategists of the civil rights movement. Rustin was also an out gay man, who faced constant criticism, threats, and arrests from both white adversaries and black peers. The excellent documentary Brother Outsider, about Rustin, is streaming on Netflix now.

JFK Tries to Solve His Own Attempted-Murder Mystery in New Alternate-History Novel "Surrounded by Enemies: What if Kennedy Survived Dallas?" by Screenwriter Bryce Zabel

JFK Tries to Solve His Own Attempted-Murder Mystery in New Alternate-History Novel “Surrounded by Enemies: What if Kennedy Survived Dallas?” by Screenwriter Bryce Zabel

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 07, 2013

What if JFK had survived the assassination…

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