Puzzled? Who wouldn’t be. The idiotic wordplay above is what ‘Socialists’ use to scare people away from those who make more sense then them.
In France, for example, it is the (hopefully losing) left wing tosser SÃ©golÃ¨ne Royal who keeps attacking her rival Nicolas Sarkozy bitterly. But lets take a closer look on what she considers ‘extremely far right extremist:’
“An example: twice â€” so it wasn’t a momentary lapse â€” he (Sarkozy) denounced the slaughter of sheep in baths by certain Muslims for the festival of Eid. That, it’s odious, it’s the vocabulary of the extreme Right.”
Did your get that? If you happen to disagree with the revolting practice of halal butchery in the bathrooms of the Banlieu’s or in Paris proper you can consider yourself an ‘Extremely Far Right Extremist”- shame on you! You must be Islamophobic!
By Peter Allen in Paris
From the Telegraph/UK
SÃ©golÃ¨ne Royal, the Left’s candidate for the French presidency, made her first personal attack on her bitter rival Nicolas Sarkozy yesterday, describing his views as “odious”.
Her attack came as Jean-Marie Le Pen, the far Right candidate, laid out his manifesto vowing to halt all immigration.
As she drew neck-and-neck with Mr Sarkozy in the polls, a revitalised Miss Royal was asked by Le Parisien newspaper how she judged him.
Refusing even to use his name, she replied: “I don’t judge the man. The candidate, him, he’s extremely Right-wing.
“An example: twice â€” so it wasn’t a momentary lapse â€” he denounced the slaughter of sheep in baths by certain Muslims for the festival of Eid. That, it’s odious, it’s the vocabulary of the extreme Right.”
Until now both candidates have refrained from personal references, but Miss Royal’s words will undoubtedly strike a chord with the notoriously combative Mr Sarkozy.
France is home to some five million Muslims â€” the largest population in western Europe â€” and, following riots in suburban housing projects dominated by immigrant youths in late 2005, Islamic integration is expected to dominate this year’s elections.
While Miss Royal has pledged to finance job creation schemes in underprivileged satellite towns, Mr Sarkozy has displayed a less sensitive approach.
As well as calling on Muslims not to slaughter animals at home, he has been criticised for referring to rioters by their race, calling them “scum” who should be washed away with a “power hose”.
At a rally in Lille, northern France, yesterday, Mr Le Pen described immigration as “the major cause of the overall impoverishment” of the French people. He called for “strict immigration controls and the return of illegal immigrants to their countries”.
Mr Le Pen, 78, said the next president must heed the “Non” verdict of the 2005 referendum in which French voters rejected an EU constitution.
A poll published in the Journal du Dimanche yesterday showed Miss Royal (up 2.5 points) and Mr Sarkozy (down 4 points) on 28 per cent of the vote each in the first round, scheduled for April 22. Mr Le Pen stood at 11.5 per cent, up 0.5 per cent.