Auguste Delfosse, a Belgian politician, is said to have given this statement in the Belgian House of Representatives on March 1, 1848:
La liberté française pour faire le tour du monde n'a pas besoin de passer en Belgique!
This can be roughly translated to:
The French freedom to travel around the world does not need to pass through Belgium!
I cannot find much context as to why he gave the statement so I'm not sure what he meant by it. I realize that the French Revolution of 1848 was occurring at that time, so perhaps he is emphatically stating that the ideas of the Revolution do not need to enter Belgian politics? If so, why was he opposed to those ideas?