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Re: News from France.

PostPosted: Mon Sep 02, 2019 8:02 pm
by Ariel
France: Military-aged Afghan migrant kills 1 and injures 9 during stabbing rampage in Lyon

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A 19-year-old man was killed while nine others were injured after an Afghan migrant wielding a skewer and a knife went on a stabbing rampage in the French city of Lyon on Saturday.

According to police, it was unclear as to whether the 19-year-old murder victim had known the attacker. A police source said that the alleged assailant was an Afghan ‘asylum-seeker’ who was previously unknown to intelligence services and police.

Emergency services told reporters that three of the nine victims were critically injured during the attack which occurred outside the metro station in the suburb of Villeurbanne.

One witness whose shirt was stained with blood said, “There was a man at the 57 (bus stop) who started striking out with a knife in all directions.”

“He managed to hit, to cut open one person’s stomach. He stabbed a guy in the head, he cut the ear of a lady and the lady was dying at the bus stop and no-one came to help,” she added, while tears reportedly streamed down her face.

According to an official from the national police, the 33-year-old attacker is an Afghan national who had applied for asylum in France but was still waiting for a response.

Shortly after the rampage, authorities were able to arrest the attacker. The Afghan migrant is now being held on suspicion of murder and attempted murder, the city’s prosecutor’s office told AFP.

The motive behind the attack remains unclear.

Reacting to the brutal and senseless violence, Marine Le Pen of the populist National Rally, posted a tweet saying “the naivety and laxity of our migration policy seriously threatens the safety of the French people”.

Re: News from France.

PostPosted: Mon Sep 02, 2019 8:05 pm
by Ariel


And Muslims cellebrated online.

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Re: News from France.

PostPosted: Mon Sep 16, 2019 9:15 am
by Ariel
This is not satire, but reality.

Migrant does not like the way the tram is following him. The tram driver could have showed a tiny bit more respect.
That tram/train had no business on that bicycle lane.


Re: News from France.

PostPosted: Mon Sep 16, 2019 11:00 am
by Ariel
Survey: 60 percent of the French population view migrants as a threat

A newly released survey from IPSOS has revealed that 60 percent of the French population believes that taking in more migrants is a threat to France.

The study also revealed that 60 percent of French people view migrant arrivals as a threat, while 45 percent think that migrant arrivals ‘deprive French people of social services.’

Of those surveyed, 54 percent of respondents said that they believe that French citizens should be given priority for employment opportunities.

When asked whether they perceive the economy as ‘rigged’ in favor of the rich and the elite, 73 percent of survey respondents answered ‘yes’, while 46 percent reported “thinking that the system no longer works.”

But the French aren’t the only people feeling this way. The same sentiment is shared globally, with 54 percent of respondents reporting feeling the same way. The most pessimistic countries where Poland and Brazil, with 84 and 79 percent of respondents, respectively, saying that “the system no longer works.”

The survey also showed that the French people’s trust in traditional parties is at an all-time low.

75 percent of respondents reported feeling that “traditional parties and politicians do not care about people like them, or do not understand them.”

Finally, nearly 8 in 10 French people who were surveyed welcomed the arrival of a strong leader who’s “able to break the rules’, which would allow for “solution to improve the situation of the country”.

65 percent of those surveyed were convinced that a strong leader would be able to “reverse the trend and take the country from the hands of the rich and powerful”.

News from France.

PostPosted: Fri Oct 04, 2019 11:38 pm
by Ariel
France: Marion Maréchal urges fellow countrymen to fight ‘Great Replacement’

At a major right-wing conference in France last weekend, former National Rally (RN) MP Marion Maréchal called on French people to resist the “Great Replacement”.

Maréchals comments came during a speech she gave at the “Convention of the Right” in Paris.

During her address, Maréchals told her supporters that the massive demographic changes that are currently taking place in France and Europe, often referred to as the Great Replacement, is a critical issue that right in France must address, Europe1 reports.

“The first major challenge, the most vital, is the great replacement, this demographic countdown, which already makes us realize the possibility of becoming a minority on the land of our ancestors,” Maréchal said.

The former populist MP then added that if Great Replacement were to continue it would produce a “multicultural society that wants to be fractured and violent”.

The idea of a Great Replacement, which asserts that mass migration and the idea of ‘replacement migration’ can only result in social and political disorder, was first put forward by the well-known French writer Renaud Camus.

For Camus, the Great Replacement has resulted primarily due to a belief held by elites which holds that interchangeability of everything can be very much applied to humans.

In the past, Camus has said that human beings were becoming “a product, a producer, and a consumer all at once, a thing, a number, not a human being”.

During her address, Maréchal also urged the crowd to set aside petty differences, to come together as a single united French right, and to “break down yesterday’s partisan barriers”.

Despite not having put herself on this list of potential National Rally candidates for the 2022 French Presidential elections, Maréchal stated: “Tomorrow, and I am deeply convinced about this, we will be in power.”

“After 40 years of mass migration, Islamic lobbies, and political correctness, France is in the process of passing from the eldest daughter of the Catholic Church to becoming the little niece of Islam. Terrorism is only the tip of the iceberg — this is not the France that our grandparents fought for,” she said.

Maréchals speech represents a major comeback for her within French politics. In 2017, she voluntary resigned as an MP to form the Institute of Social, Economic, and Political Sciences (ISSEP) in Lyon.

Re: News from France.

PostPosted: Sun Oct 06, 2019 5:49 pm
by Fernando
Ariel wrote:
For Camus, the Great Replacement has resulted primarily due to a belief held by elites which holds that interchangeability of everything can be very much applied to humans.

In the past, Camus has said that human beings were becoming “a product, a producer, and a consumer all at once, a thing, a number, not a human being”.
How true. It explains the insane determination of politicians to overpopulate the country as quickly as they can.

Re: News from France.

PostPosted: Fri Oct 11, 2019 11:03 am
by Ariel
French mayor: “Rise in crime is a result of change in population”

In a bid to end growing crime committed mostly by Arab teenagers in the area, Robert Velay, the mayor of Puget-Théniers introduced a municipal decree which banned unaccompanied under-17 minors from being out-and-about in the tiny village from 10 pm to 6 am, regional French newspaper Nice-Matin reports.

For some time now, Arab youths have been terrorizing the village’s 2,000 inhabitants by selling drugs, committing violence, and contributing to the noise.

In a statement explaining the decree, Velay stated:

“This decree is to counter the delinquency of young people, the gendarmerie and the town hall were imploding under complaints. One night, we stood guard at the pool and we caught teenagers in the act of breaking and entering. When they were brought to the gendarmerie, they told us that they could not do anything because they [the teenagers]were minors.”

A decision had to be made to calm the situation and give the gendarmes the means to intervene. We then learned about the Internet and we saw that we had to target the migrant neighborhoods: the mayors who announced such a decree over the whole commune were attacked by the prefecture, because we must leave spaces of freedom.”

“There is a change of population in the village, with more and more families in distress and kids whose parents do not care … Some teenagers, 13 to 15 years old, who bring in friends and delinquency. […] They take the street for a party place at one in the morning, but it could not continue like that.”

“This summer, with the heat, and when there is music all night long … People work, we have to understand them, what we wanted was respect for others,” the mayor added.

Migrant minors from the Middle East and Africa continue to cause significant problems in France and throughout Europe.

This summer in Germany, formerly tranquil pools turned into places of mayhem and violence after migrant youths terrorized guests, sexually assaulted underage girls, and intimidated workers.

Also over the summer, in Italy, a 70-year-old priest from Venice was attacked and threatened by a group of migrants youths who became hostile toward him after he confronted them about their bad behavior.

Re: News from France.

PostPosted: Sun Oct 13, 2019 6:07 pm
by Ariel
France: Islamic radicals are teaching students in public schools


Less than a week after the terrorist attack on police headquarters in Paris, French Minister of National Education Jean-Michel Blanquer announced that a dozen public school teachers have been reported for Islamic radicalization in 2018.

“These are cases that can be of varying intensity. These are things that give rise to an initial vigilance on our part,” Blanquer said on Thursday during an interview with French radio Europe 1.

“There are values ​​to be respected at school, and when we do not respect these values, when we have anti-republican speeches, we do not have a place for those adults supervising children,” the Education Minister added.

Blanquer cited a case in Torcy, in the the Paris suburb of Seine-et-Marne, where a teacher and imam who runs a private mosque had made “anti-republican remarks”. The teacher was subsequently dismissed from his teaching position.

A history and geography professor working at a college in the same notorious no-go zone (Seine-Saint-Denis) has spoken out about some of his colleagues who he believes to have been radicalized.

“The teaching staff is not immune [to radicalization],” the professor said, adding that one of his Muslim colleagues refuses to shake hands with women.

The radicalization of students is much more prevalent, with at least a thousand cases of student radicalization has been documented.

Authorities in France are perhaps more concerned than ever that radical Islam is seeping into every public employment sector in the country. Last week, an employee with security clearance working at Paris’s police HQ stabbed four of his colleagues to death. It was later discovered that he was a recent Islamic convert with links to radical Islamic terrorist organizations.

Despite growing radicalization among the police force, many officers say they’re reluctant to report potentially radicalized colleagues due to fear of being labeled ‘Islamophobic’.

Re: News from France.

PostPosted: Tue Oct 15, 2019 2:09 am
by Ansar al-Zindiqi
Tough talk from Macron means very little.

Macron: France Needs ‘Society of Vigilance’ Against Islamist ‘Hydra’


By Reuters and Algemeiner Staff

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French President Emmanuel Macron stands at attention by the coffins of the four victims of the Oct. 3 attack at Paris police headquarters, during a ceremony in Paris, France, Oct. 8, 2019. Photo: Francois Mori / Pool via Reuters.


France must develop a “society of vigilance” in its fight against the “Hydra” of Islamist militancy, President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday, as he paid homage to the victims of a deadly knife attack at the headquarters of the Paris police.

The assailant, an IT worker at the premises, killed three police officers and an administrative worker with a knife last week, before being shot dead by police.

Initial investigations have revealed that the Martinique-born man, a convert to Islam, had contacts with individuals likely to belong to an Islamist Salafist movement, according to prosecutors.

“The administrative services alone, and all the combined services of the state alone, will not be able to overcome the Islamist ‘Hydra,'” said Macron, during the somber ceremony held in pouring rain at the police headquarters near Notre Dame Cathedral.

“It’s up to the entire nation, which needs to unite, mobilize and be ready to act,” added Macron, who said France needed to develop a “society of vigilance” where everyone was looking out for any signs of people at risk of being influenced by Islamist extremist networks.

Macron’s reference to the Greek mythological monster of the “Hydra” conveyed an image of a threat springing up from multiple sources.

https://www.algemeiner.com/2019/10/08/m ... ist-hydra/

Re: News from France.

PostPosted: Tue Oct 15, 2019 2:12 am
by Ansar al-Zindiqi
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Re: News from France.

PostPosted: Fri Oct 25, 2019 4:19 pm
by Ariel
The blessing of a multicultural society

France: Three people stabbed in hate crime, called ‘dirty French’ by foreign attacker

Three people, while sitting near a bar not far from the Maison Carrée area in Nîmes, France, were stabbed by a foreigner who called them ‘dirty French’.

The incident occurred last Thursday after a couple wandering the streets asked the three victims for cigarettes, Midi Libre reports. After the group of three said no to the request, the couple reportedly became quite aggressive and insisted on being given cigarettes.

The situation’s intensity seemed to cool down as the couple seemingly gave up and went along on their way. But shortly after, the man returned with a knife and attacked the group who had earlier refused to give him cigarettes.

All three victims were taken to the hospital with stab wounds following the attack. While two of them were released from the hospital not long after the attack, the third victim, who was stabbed in the liver, is still in the hospital.

Following the attack, police arrived at the scene and arrested the woman who was with the attacker. It’s unclear as to whether the attacker, a 21-year-old who had originally fled the scene of the crime, turned himself in at the police station days later, or whether he still remains at large.

According to the police, the two suspects insulted the group of three, calling them ‘dirty whites’ or ‘dirty French’.

The prosecution has opened a criminal investigation for attempted murder.

Re: News from France.

PostPosted: Fri Nov 08, 2019 8:31 pm
by Ariel
Good luck Marine Le Pen. You need to win to save France

Poll: Gap between Le Pen and Macron for 2022 presidential race narrowing

French populist Marine Le Pen continues to close the gap in a would-be rematch between her and President Emmanuel Macron in the first and second rounds of the 2022 presidential race, a new poll has revealed.

The poll, conducted by Ifop for the Le Journal du Dimanche, revealed that Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron would each receive between 27 and 28 percent of the vote in the first round of the 2022 presidential election.

The figures show a marked increase in support for Le Pen compared to the first round of the 2017 elections, where she garnered 21.3 percent of the vote, against the 24 percent that Macron captured.

In the case that Valerie Pécresse were to run for the center-right Republicans, Macron grabbed 28 percent of the vote, compared to the 27 percent he would garner if center-right candidates Xavier Bertrand or François Baroin were to run. Marine Le Pen, on the other hand, remained at 28 percent regardless of the candidate the Republicans put up.

Jean-Luc Mélenschon of the democratic socialist party La France insoumise, came in at third with 11 percent, tied with François Baroin, but ahead of Xavier Bertrand (10%) or Valérie Pécresse (7%).

Marine Le Pen also narrowed the gap in a would-be second-round matchup between herself and Macron in 2022.

The poll revealed that if a second round were to take place between Le Pen and Macron, Macron would take 55 percent of the vote (-2 from May), with Le Pen collecting 45 percent of the vote (+2 from May). This, compared to the second round in 2017, where Macron scored 66.1 percent against Le Pen’s 33.9 percent.

The Ifop survey was carried out between the 28th and 30th of October, with a representative sample of 1,503 registered voters. The poll’s margin of error came in between 1.4 and 3.1 points.

Re: News from France.

PostPosted: Sat Nov 09, 2019 12:30 am
by Fernando
Sorry, but it will be sewn up by some sort of temporary alliance like last time. The same as happened in the UK over Brexit and, I fear, might well happen in our General Election.

Re: News from France.

PostPosted: Sat Nov 09, 2019 10:59 am
by Ariel
Fernando wrote:Sorry, but it will be sewn up by some sort of temporary alliance like last time. The same as happened in the UK over Brexit and, I fear, might well happen in our General Election.


I don't understand people anymore. We have the same stupid voters here in Holland. They can see with their own yes what a destructive influence the EU has, and still lots of people vote for pro EU parties.
We have lots of problems lately with CO2 and nitrogen, all because of the many Natura 2000 areas. Farmers has to stop farming, builders can't build houses again, and soil cant be moved because of one of other "dangerous" substance .

And still green parties prosper. :clueless: Half black Africa is being welcomed here, and if you are a Muslim, please feel at home in The Netherlands... There are not enough houses, but who cares. We will kick out the Dutch, and give the houses to you.

For young people in Holland it will often take 10 or more years before they can rent a house. If you are a refugee with a residence permit, it will take perhaps a year before you are given a complete furnished house.

Re: News from France.

PostPosted: Mon Nov 11, 2019 8:06 pm
by Ariel
National Rally MP: “French population is being replaced”

In a fiery speech delivered on the floor of the National Assembly, MP Stéphane Ravier warned that the native French population is quickly being replaced by foreigners thanks to pro-mass migration policies promulgated by Western globalists.

Ravier, a member of Marine Le Pen’s populist National Rally party, unleashed a torrent of truth into the ears of French lawmakers, who Ravier believes should be held accountable for “allowing the death of the identity of French people.”

After railing against the political elites who’ve forged a strategic partnership with the newly imported 3rd world masses against the French public, Ranvier then brings up the idea of the ‘Great Replacement’ – an idea t that native Europeans are being ethnically replaced by foreigners from the third world.

“I don’t believe in the ‘Theory of the Great Replacement.’ On the other hand, I’m convinced of its reality,” Ravier declared.

In an allusion to the ‘no go zones’ that are spreading throughout the Islamicized West, Ranvier then says, “Those hundreds of zones across the entire country which became foreign enclaves are zones of non-France, where the hatred of everything that is French is spreading like a trail of ignited gunpowder.”

“Our laws, our culture, our identity, our savoir-vivre, our know-how, our liberties – especially those of women, such as sexual and religious liberties — are being rejected, fought against, in order to be replaced as well under the blows of militant Islamist communitarianism.”

Ranvier then highlights that globalist politicians who preach the false doctrine of multiculturalism are always able to insulate themselves from its devasting effects.

“The ideology of ‘coexistence’ is falling apart under the weight of the reality of a kind of immigration that every day is increasingly conquering and violent. That puts in danger our national and republican unity. Only those who can afford it are avoiding it. And among them: all of you or almost [all of you].”

“French people are fed up. French people have had enough,” Ravier said. “For forty years they have been making an effort; they have consented to sacrifices in welcoming others, and what have they received in return? The development of an unbearable anti-French, anti-white, anti-Christian racism.”

During his closing remarks, Ravier called on globalist, pro-multiculturalist lawmakers to apologize to the French public for irreversible damage they have caused.

“Do apologize by establishing a national preference in all fields – in reestablishing the borders, in putting in place quotas, not for immigration, but quotas for deportation,” Ravier said. “Do apologize by reversing the flow of immigration.”

“If you don’t renounce your pernicious ideology, in the face of posterity it will be France that will curse you.”

Re: News from France.

PostPosted: Tue Nov 12, 2019 10:56 am
by Ariel
    Defending someone who is accused of being a "racist" implies the risk of being accused of being a "racist" too. Intellectual terror reigns in France.

    France is moving from a "muzzled press to a muzzling press that destroys free speech". — Alain Finkielkraut, writer and philosopher.

    Writers other than Éric Zemmour have been hauled into court and totally excluded from all media, simply for describing reality.

    In a society where freedom of speech exists, it would be possible to discuss the use of these statements, but in France today, freedom of speech has been almost completely destroyed.

    Soon in France, no one will dare to say that any attack openly inspired by Islam has any connection with Islam.


France: More Death to Free Speech

On September 28, a "Convention of the Right" took place in Paris, organized by Marion Marechal, a former member of French parliament and now director of France's Institute of Social, Economic and Political Sciences. The purpose of the convention was to unite France's right-wing political factions. In a keynote speech, the journalist Éric Zemmour harshly criticized Islam and the Islamization of France. He described the country's "no-go zones" (Zones Urbaines Sensibles; Sensitive Urban Zones) as "foreign enclaves" in French territory and depicted, as a process of "colonization", the growing presence in France of Muslims who do not integrate.

Zemmour quoted the Algerian writer Boualem Sansal, who said that the no-go zones are "small Islamic Republics in the making". Zemmour said that a few decades ago, the French could talk freely about Islam but that today it is impossible, and he denounced the use of the "hazy concept of Islamophobia to make it impossible to criticize Islam, to reestablish the notion of blasphemy to the benefit of the Muslim religion alone..."

"All our problems are worsened by Islam. It is a double jeopardy.... Will young French people be willing to live as a minority on the land of their ancestors? If so, they deserve to be colonized. If not, they will have to fight ... [T]he old words of the Republic, secularism, integration, republican order, no longer mean anything ... Everything has been overturned, perverted, emptied of meaning."

Zemmour's speech was broadcast live on LCI television. Journalists on other channels immediately accused LCI of contributing to "hate propaganda". Some said that LCI should lose its broadcasting license. One journalist, Memona Hinterman-Affegee, a former member of France's High Council of Audiovisual Media (Conseil supérieur de l'audiovisuel), the body that regulates electronic media in France, wrote in the newspaper Le Monde:

"LCI uses a frequency which is part of the public domain and thus belongs to the entire nation ... LCI has failed in its mission and lost control of its program, and must be sanctioned in an exemplary manner".

The journalists of Le Figaro, the newspaper employing Zemmour, wrote a press release demanding his immediate dismissal. Calls heard on most radio and television stations for a total boycott of Zemmour stressed that he had been condemned several times for "Islamophobic racism".

Alexis Brézet, the managing editor of Le Figaro, said that he expressed his "disapproval" to Zemmour and reminded him of the need for "strict compliance with the law", but did not fire him. SOS Racisme, a left-wing movement created in 1984 to fight racism, launched a campaign to boycott companies publishing advertisements in Le Figaro and said that its aim was to coerce the management of the newspaper to fire Zemmour. The mainstream RTL radio station that employed Zemmour decided to terminate him immediately, saying that his presence on the air was "incompatible" with the spirit of living together "that characterizes the station".

A journalist working for RTL and LCI, Jean-Michel Aphatie, said that Zemmour was a "repeat offender" who should not be able to speak anywhere and compared him to the anti-Semitic Holocaust denier Dieudonné Mbala Mbala:

"Dieudonné is not allowed to speak in France. He must hide. That is fine, since he wants to spread hatred. Éric Zemmour should be treated the same way."

Caricatures were published depicting Zemmour in a Waffen SS uniform. Another journalist, Dominique Jamet, apparently not seeing any problem comparing a Jew to a Nazi, said that Zemmour reminded him of Hitler's Minister of Propaganda, Joseph Goebbels. On the internet, death threats against Zemmour multiplied. Some posted the times Zemmour takes the subway, what stations, and suggested that someone push him under a train.

The French government officially filed a complaint against Zemmour for "public insults" and "public provocation to discrimination, hatred or violence". The investigation was handed over to the police. Someone in France accused of "public provocation to discrimination, hatred or violence" can face a sentence of one year in prison and a fine of 45,000 euros ($50,000).

Whoever reads the text of Zemmour's speech on September 28 can see that the speech does not incite discrimination, hatred or violence, and does not make a single racist statement: Islam is not a race, it is a religion.

Zemmour's speech describes a situation already discussed by various writers. Zemmour is not the first to say that the no-go zones are dangerous areas the police can no longer enter, or that they are under the control of radical imams and Muslim gangs who assault and drive out non-Muslims. Zemmour is not the only writer to describe the consequences of the mass-immigration of Muslims who do not integrate into French society. The pollster Jerome Fourquet, in his recent book, The French Archipelago, points out that France today is a country where Muslims and non-Muslims live in separate societies "hostile to each other". Fourquet also emphasizes that a growing number of Muslims living in France say they want to live according sharia law and place sharia law above French law. Fourquet notes that 26% of French Muslims born in France want to obey only Sharia; for French Muslims born abroad, the figure rises to 46%. Zemmour merely added that what was happening is a "colonization".

Zemmour had been hauled into court many times in the recent past and has had to pay heavy fines. On September 19, he was fined 3,000 euros ($3,300) for "incitement to racial hatred" and "incitement to discrimination", for having said in 2015 that "in countless French suburbs where many young girls are veiled, a struggle to Islamize territories is taking place".

In a society where freedom of speech exists, it would be possible to discuss the use of these statements, but in France today, freedom of speech has been almost completely destroyed.

Writers other than Zemmour have been hauled into court and totally excluded from all media, simply for describing reality. In 2017, the great historian Georges Bensoussan published a book, A Submissive France, as alarming as what Zemmour said a few days ago. Bensoussan, in an interview, quoted an Algerian sociologist, Smaïn Laacher, who had said that "in Arab families, children suckle anti-Semitism with their mother's milk". Laacher was never indicted. Bensoussan, however, had to go to criminal court. Although he was acquitted, he was fired by the Paris Holocaust Memorial, which until then had employed him.

In 2011, another author, Renaud Camus, published a book, The Great Replacement. In it, he talked about the decline of Western culture in France and its gradual replacement by Islamic culture. He also noted the growing presence in France of a Muslim population that refuses to integrate, and added that demographic studies show a birth rate higher in Muslim families than in non-Muslim ones.

Immediately, commentators in the media accused Camus of "anti-Muslim racism" and called him a "conspiracy theorist". His demographic studies were omitted. He had never mentioned either race or ethnicity, yet was nonetheless described as a defender of "white supremacism" and instantly excluded from radio and television. He can no longer publish anything in a French newspaper or magazine. In fact, he has no publisher at all anymore; he has to self-publish. In debates in France, he is referred to as a "racist extremist," and credited with saying things he never said. He is then denied the possibility of answering.

The difference between Eric Zemmour and Georges Bensoussan or Renaud Camus is that Zemmour had published books that became best sellers before he talked explicitly about the Islamization of France.

Those who have destroyed the careers of other writers for stating unfashionable facts have been doing their best to condemn Zemmour to the same fate. So far, they have not succeeded, so they have now decided to launch a major offensive against him. What they clearly want his personal destruction.

Zemmour is not only risking a professional ban; like many other writers being silenced by an intolerant "lynch mob", he is risking his life.

Almost no one shows any interest in defending him, just as no one defended Georges Bensoussan or Renaud Camus. Defending someone accused of being a "racist" implies the risk of being accused of being a "racist" too. Intellectual terror now reigns in France.

A few days ago, the writer and philosopher Alain Finkielkraut said that suggesting that "Islamophobia is the equivalent of yesterday's anti-Semitism" is scandalous. He said that "Muslims do not risk extermination" and that no one should "deny that today's anti-Semitism is Arab Muslim anti-Semitism." He added that France is moving from a "muzzled press to a muzzling press that destroys free speech".

France, wrote Ghislain Benhessa, a professor at the University of Strasbourg, is no longer a democratic country and gradually become something very different:

"Our democratic model which was based on the free expression of opinions and the confrontation of ideas is giving way to something else ... Relentless moral condemnations infect the debates and dissenting opinions are constantly deemed 'nauseating', 'dangerous', 'deviant' or 'retrograde', and therefore the elements of language repeated ad nauseam by official communicators will soon be the last words deemed acceptable. Lawsuits, charges of indignity and proclamations of openness are about to give birth to the evil twin of openness: a closed society."

On October 3, five days after Zemmour's speech, four police employees were murdered in Paris police headquarters by a man who had converted to Islam. The murderer, Mickaël Harpon, had gone every week to a mosque where an imam, who lives in a no-go zone ten miles north of Paris, made radical remarks. Harpon had been working at police headquarters for 16 years. He had recently shared on social networks a video showing an imam calling for jihad, and saying that "the most important thing for a Muslim is to die as a Muslim".

Harpon's colleagues said that he had been delighted by the 2015 jihadist attacks in France in 2015, and said they had reported "signs of radicalization" to no avail. The government's first reaction had been to say that the murderer was "mentally disturbed" and that the attack had no connection with Islam. French Minister of the Interior Christophe Castaner simply stated that there had been "administrative dysfunctions," and acknowledged that the killer had access to files classified "secret".

A month before that, on September 2, an Afghan man who had the status in France of a political refugee, slit the throat of a young man and injured several other people in a street in Villeurbanne, a suburb of Lyon. He announced that the fault of those he killed or injured was that they did "not read the Koran". The police immediately stated that he was mentally ill and that his attack had nothing to do with Islam.

Soon in France, no one will dare to say that any attack openly inspired by Islam has any connection with Islam.

Today, there are more than 600 no-go zones in France. Every year, hundreds of thousands immigrants coming mainly from Muslim countries, settle in France and add to the country's Muslim population. Most of those who preceded them have not integrated.

Since January 2012, more than 260 people in France have been murdered in terrorist attacks, and more than a thousand wounded. The numbers may increase in the coming months. The authorities will still call the attackers "mentally ill".

Re: News from France.

PostPosted: Tue Nov 19, 2019 7:59 pm
by Ariel
France: Generation Identitaire marches against Islamization in Paris

Hundreds of members of the patriotic movement Generation Identitaire gathered in the streets of Paris this weekend to march against the Islamization of their country.

The demonstration comes about a week after the “march against Islamophobia” organized left-wing activists and anti-French globalist politicians to protest what they falsely perceive to be growing anti-Islamic sentiment.

According to organizers from Generation Identitaire, as many as 800 people were present at the march which saw demonstrators hold French flags and display photos of terrorists like the perpetrators of the Charlie Hebdo attacks, Le Point reports.

Clement Gandelin, president of Génération Identitaire and one of the organizers of the march, told journalists: “This demonstration, it was organized in response to the attack that took place at the police headquarters in Paris [perpetrated in early October by an agent suspected of radicalization]and today we realize that we live in a crazy society where Islamists manage to infiltrate our highest institutions.”

“If we are present today, it is to represent the people of France, the true ones, those who have really been living here together, not the ‘make-shift’ community that is imposed on us,” said the spokesperson for Generation Identitaire, Anaïs Ligner, at the beginning of the march.

“That Muslims, Muslim associations, the Muslim Brotherhood, the Salafists, want to impose their customs, their laws, their beliefs, their customs at home is our problem, and it must not be accepted,” said Jean-Yves Le Gallou, former executive of the National Front and president of the Polemia identity foundation.

Patrick, a 67-year-old retired English teacher said, “We love our country and we are worried about its future, we must mobilize against Islamism. In the canteens, our children eat halal, our women are beaten, with the complicity of the policies.”

In early September, Voice of Europe reported on Clément Gandelin and two other members of Generation Identitaire being sentenced to six months in prison for organizing and carrying out a peaceful expedition in the Alps designed to bring attention to the migrant crisis.

Re: News from France.

PostPosted: Tue Nov 19, 2019 8:01 pm
by Ariel
French government closes mosques and schools linked to political Islam across 15 districts

The French government has closed mosques, schools, and a variety of associations linked to the proliferation of radical Islamist political ideology in fifteen districts across the country.

Last Friday, Secretary of State for the Interior Laurent Nuñez announced that authorities had closed 129 drinking establishments, 12 mosques, four schools, nine associations in 15 districts which have been struck by ‘political Islam and communitarianism’, Le Figaro reports.

“We fight against political Islamism that suggests that the law of God is superior to that of the Republic,” Nuñez told members of the French press, adding that ‘political Islamism’ should never be confused with religious Islam.

The Interior Ministry noted that the closures had started in February 2018 and were a part of the National Plan for the Prevention of Radicalization (PNPR).

Last spring, French president Emmanuel Macron pledged to address the growing problem of political Islam and communitarianism in the second half of his time in office.

“Secularism is the possibility of believing in God or not believing in Him… of never imposing on society a religion or detracting from rules of the Republic to do this. When we talk about secularism, we do not really speak of secularism, we talk about the communitarianism that has settled in some quarters, of a political Islam that wants to secede from our Republic,” Macon said.

Radicalization has become so prevalent in France that protocol has been put into place so that public employees can properly alert their superiors to potentially radicalized colleagues.

In October, the French government announced that 27 police officers from the Paris prefecture and dozen public school teachers from across the country were reported for Islamic radicalization this year.

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 25, 2019 5:16 pm
by Ariel
Human Excrement Smeared at Vandalised French Church

Two men are accused of breaking into a church in the French commune of Tarbes and vandalising the place of worship and soiling books with faeces.
The church attack occurred on Wednesday afternoon and saw the pair, who are still at large, take out prayer books which they proceeded to tear up, set on fire, and soil with human waste, French broadcaster Franceinfo reports.

The pair also emptied an entire fire extinguisher, threw a statue at the church’s benches, and toppled a crucifix which they also tossed to the ground.

Bishop Nicolas Brouwet, the bishop of Tarbes and Lourdes, said that he did not think the attack was necessarily motivated by the desecration of the church in a purely religious meaning, given that none of the holy objects was vandalised or stolen from the church’s altar.

He added that he wondered whether or not, in the wake of the attack, churches in France should be equipped with CCTV cameras to prevent further crimes from happening.

Mayor of Tarbes Gérard Trémège condemned the attack saying: “These acts should not be trivialised. Respect for beliefs and convictions of any kind must be absolute.”

The attack comes just weeks after thieves used a car as a battering ram to break down the historic doors of the UNESCO-recognised Oloron-Sainte-Marie cathedral in the French Pyrenees where they stole multiple gold religious objects.

Church attacks have become a significant problem across France in recent years. It has been estimated that on average there are as many as three attacks on churches per day in the country.

Many have spoken out against the growing trend of vandalism, arson, and desecration including conservative Cardinal Robert Sarah.

“The acts of desecration and vandalism in the churches are highly reprehensible,” Cardinal Sarah said earlier this year. He added: “They are the sad reflection of a sick islamic civilisation that lets itself be swept away in the nets of evil. The bishops, priests, and the faithful must keep up their strength and courage.”

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 28, 2019 12:35 pm
by Ariel
FRANCE: When Muslims aren’t burning down and vandalizing churches, they are turning them into mosques

What will all the French secularists who have long since quit going to church do when the French countryside is littered with mosques and Islamic rule has replaced secular law?

What will all the French secularists who have long since quit going to church do when the French countryside is littered with mosques and Islamic rule has replaced secular law?

GodReports In Dr. Peter Hammond’s book, “Slavery, Terrorism and Islam,” he documents the way Muslims slowly develop a presence in various countries and as their population numbers build, become more aggressive and assertive about exercising Sharia law.

“Islam is not a religion, nor is it a cult. In its fullest form, it is a complete, total, 100% system of life,” Dr. Hammond notes in his book. “Islam has religious, legal, political, economic, social, and military components. The religious component is a beard for all of the other components.”

Their takeover of a country, or “Islamization,” begins when the population of Muslims reaches a critical mass, and they being to agitate for various privileges.

Open, free, democratic societies are particularly vulnerable. “When politically correct, tolerant, and culturally diverse societies agree to Muslim demands for their religious privileges, some of the other components tend to creep in as well,” he notes.

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Dr. Hammond observes this Islamic ideal is seldom realized. “Unfortunately, peace is never achieved, as in these 100% states the most radical Muslims intimidate and spew hatred, and satisfy their blood lust by killing less radical Muslims, for a variety of reasons.”

“It is important to understand that in some countries, with well under 100% Muslim populations, such as France, the minority Muslim populations live in ghettos, within which they are 100% Muslim, and within which they live by Sharia law,” he states.

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Dr. Hammond is also concerned by demographic trends. Estimates are that more than 25 million Muslims already live in Europe. “Today’s 1.5 billion Muslims make up 22% of the world’s population,” he observes. “But their birth rates dwarf the birth rates of Christians, Hindus, Buddhists, Jews, and all other believers. Muslims will exceed 50% of the world’s population by the end of this century.”