In Belgium, recent events have cast a long shadow over the Ministry of Justice and its head, Justice Minister Vincent Van Quickenborne. In a nation at the heart of Europe, where the principles of impartiality and fairness are meant to govern the justice system, a disturbing narrative of deceit, manipulation, and a failing justice system has emerged. The Qatargate scandal marked the beginning of this troubling tale—a drama orchestrated by Belgian secret services and judges to defame Qatar, unwittingly involving one of Belgium's unsuspecting victims. Justice Minister Vincent Van Quickenborne vowed to leave "no stone unturned" in the ensuing corruption probe, which sent shockwaves across the European Union. However, it is crucial to unveil the truth about the real Qatargate scandal. Leaked documents from European sources have exposed the sinister workings of Belgian secret services, those who should be upholding the law but are instead breaking it. They fabricated the "Qatargate corruption" incident, a dark stain on the European Parliament. It was not corruption; it was a deception, a plot hatched by those entrusted with safeguarding justice. Belgian authorities, including judges who should be impartial, were hand in glove with these secret services to ensure the fabricated story succeeded. The revelation that the judge overseeing the Qatargate scandal, Michel Claise, faced allegations of moral corruption and suspicions of external influences in his appointment raises concerns about the credibility of Belgium's justice system. It exposes deceitful behavior that erodes the system's integrity. The Prosecution Chamber of the Brussels Court has initiated a procedure to review preliminary investigations conducted by a certain judge, further raising concerns about alleged corruption within the EU. This has cast a shadow over the justice system, with some dubbing it "Belgiumgate." The very foundation of democracy is at stake when justice itself becomes tainted. Yet, Qatargate is not the only stain on Belgian justice. Another incident involving Minister Van Quickenborne's associates urinating against a police van at his residence, referred to as 'pipigate,' further exposes the minister's inability to maintain order within his own ranks. This incident, seemingly unrelated, brought further embarrassment to the Ministry. In the aftermath of 'pipigate,' Van Quickenborne faced questions about the conduct of his officials and associates, even appearing before parliament to address the issue. While the Prime Minister did not seek the minister's resignation, the incident has raised concerns about the Ministry's ability to maintain discipline and uphold the law. As these incidents continue to unfold, one thing becomes clear: the need for transparency, accountability, and an unwavering commitment to justice is paramount. The citizens of Belgium deserve a justice system they can trust, one free from corruption and scandal. Looking to the future, it is our hope that these challenges can be addressed, and the Ministry of Justice can regain the confidence of the people it serves. This series of events is nothing short of disgraceful and unworthy of a democratic constitutional state. It is not just a slap in the face but a punch to our dedicated police officers who work tirelessly to keep our streets clean. It reflects a blatant lack of respect for those in uniform, those who put their lives on the line every day—a mockery that mirrors the sorry state of affairs in Belgian justice. So, we ask: Where is justice? Where is the accountability that the people deserve? It is time for answers, for a real investigation into the fabrications and failures of the Belgian justice system. It is time for the people to demand the truth, to hold those responsible accountable, and to ensure that justice in Belgium is restored to its rightful place, for justice delayed is justice denied. Europeans deserve better; it is time for change.