Give me literally O N E reason why this country deserves to exist
>implying Belgians aren't just faggier Frenchmen
Wow, and they teach us how to be "civilized" and "democratic"....at least no one in Balkans never had slaves and human zoos throughout ur history
Fucking Westernfags man
>Gypmania calling other countries memes
>Tfw country so beautiful and superior everyone claims it
Belgians are were retarded cuckolds
>get ruled by Frenchies (Burgundy), Austrians, and Spanish for 200 years, don't revolt like the brave Dutch alphas
>get ruled by spain for 200 more years, absolute cucks
>napoleonic wars end, belgium, Luxemburg and the Netherlands get unified under the dutch king
>sperg out (wtf) because of muh papists, revolts get incited by french bishops
>beg france to be annexed by them
>britain intervened, belgium is born
what a bunch of cucks
The Belgian Congress chose Louis, Duke of Nemours, the second son of the >French king Louis-Philippe, to be king of Belgium. However, Louis-Philippe rejected the offer, on the advice of British Foreign Secretary Lord Palmerston.
>Palmerston and the Great Powers wanted a strong leader to prevent Belgium from falling under the control of France
also it was mostly frenchies that fought in the """""belgian""""" """""revolution""""" on the revolutionary side
very good beer, delirium tremens(which I didn't buy for a long time because of the stupid label and name) turned out to be one of the best beers I've ever drank
Chimay tripples also very good,stay away from the new dorree kind,it's bland and def not worth the name chimay.
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Yes but there would still be beers if it was called "France"
It was an exhibition for the world fair, nobody here had ever seen black people.
I few of them died though iirc, die to running around in a loin cloth during the day and catching a cold.
>The armed struggle began when a group of conspirators led by a young cadet from the Warsaw officers' school, Piotr Wysocki, took arms from their garrison on 29 November 1830 and attacked the Belweder Palace, the main seat of the Grand Duke. The final spark that ignited Warsaw was a Russian plan to use the Polish Army to suppress France's July Revolution and the Belgian Revolution, in clear violation of the Polish constitution. The rebels managed to enter the Belweder, but Grand Duke Constantine had escaped in women's clothing. The rebels then turned to the main city arsenal, capturing it after a brief struggle. The following day, armed Polish civilians forced the Russian troops to withdraw north of Warsaw. This incident is sometimes called the Warsaw Uprising or the November Night.