by Chris Campbell
Laissez Faire Books
Last November, you might recall, while it was still in military lock-down from the Paris attacks, I visited Brussels.
Here’s the view from the small balcony of my Airbnb.
[…] Unfortunately, based on this trip, I’m not surprised that Brussels — the home of NATO and capital of the EU — has just been attacked by terrorists.
What I learned, from hitting the streets (and pubs) and talking to the locals, is that Brussels has been a ticking time bomb for years.
It comes down to, as far as I could understand, four converging factors: