On March 8, the Belgian police increased their vigilance over a possible attack in the Brussels metro. Reason enough for the United States to advise its citizens in Belgium to avoid crowded places and to be vigilant. But the French-language newspaper Dernière Heure found other surprising recommendations on the US State Department website. The image that Americans have of our country is not very flattering anyway, but these guidelines only confirm it. According to Foreign Affairs, crime is common in our country and Brussels in particular is described as unsafe.
look. On March 8, the Belgian police increased their vigilance over a possible attack in the Brussels metro
So the guidelines are clear: American citizens are advised to drive with closed windows and doors, not to leave their cars on the street and not to wear precious jewelry or watches. Canadians also have a “disturbing image” of our country. Although the Foreign Affairs website states that violent crime is rare in our country, they also recommend keeping windows and doors closed.
Conversely, “our” State Department has its own doubts about security in the United States. According to the Belgian security services, the level of crime in American cities is higher than in Europe. Belgians are therefore advised to “keep calm” in conflicts involving firearms and “not provoke violent reactions”.
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