Toulouse Mayor: "Everything that is Nationalist Must be Eradicated"

Make no mistake: these lunatics are serious. When they say “eradicated”  they mean business. They want to physically eliminate us.

Thanks to Cheradenine Zakalwe for posting this:
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The Socialist mayor of Toulouse, Pierre Cohen, who was born in Tunisia,and whose city recently achieved worldwide fame thanks to Mohamed Merah, made the following extraordinary remarks earlier in the week:

In my opinion it is important to reduce the presence, even eradicate, everything that is nationalist, Front National or otherwise. There are two ways: through the law and the relationship of physical force, which shows that the great majority is against them, but also through ideological struggle. Source

This is good illustration of the undemocratic mentality totalitarian mindset of the Left. Their sense of moral rectitude is so strong that they think anyone who opposes them must be evil. The same mentality has recently been on display in Lyon where three Left Front activists have been arrested for attacking a group of nationalist students in a cafe.
This moron is using the death of Jewish children to push his delusional and destructive hatred of  the French nation. How good is that?
From Wiki:  Pierre Cohen (born March 20, 1950 in Bizerte, Tunisia) is a member of the National Assembly of France. He represents theHaute-Garonne department,[1] and is a member of the Socialist, Radical, Citizen and Miscellaneous Left group.  Typically for his ilk, he puts one world socialism and totalitarian dictatorship  above his religion and the  French Republic.  For that ultimate goal, western culture and civilization must be destroyed. 

2 thoughts on “Toulouse Mayor: "Everything that is Nationalist Must be Eradicated"”

  1. What Muslims have in common with socialist utopians in the west:

    The following quotation from Kalim Saddiqui expresses the specific Islamic approach to the nation with the starkest clarity. In terms of history it may be a simplification, but in terms of Islam’s central political and religious ideal it is entirely accurate.

    Today we come face to face with perhaps the greatest evil that stalks the modern world – that of nationalism … The path of the Ummah and that of the Islamic movement within the Ummah … is blocked by nation-states. These nation-states are like huge boulders blown across our path by the ill wind of recent history. All nation-states that today occupy, enslave and exploit the lands, peoples and resources of the Ummah must of necessity be dismantled.


    “Nations are not Constructed by Islam but Deconstructed”

    19:13 | Posted by Cheradenine Zakalwe

    Recently I read Adrian Hastings’ book “The Construction of Nationhood – Ethnicity, Religion and Nationalism”. In it, the author discusses the historical role of religions in shaping a sense of nationhood. Tracing the history of nation formation in Africa, he points out that Christianity, and in particular the translation of the Bible into one of the local languages, was often a key stimulus to a sense of collective identity that later matured into nationhood. Islam did not have this effect. What he had to say about Islam generally was interesting.
    Christianity has of its nature been a shaper of nations, even of nationalisms; Islam has not, being on the contrary quite profoundly anti-national. A great deal of vague discussion about the relationship between religion and nationalism is blighted by the easy assumption that every religion is likely to have the same sort of political effect. It is not so.

    …Not only was the explicit model of Islam together with its early history opposed to anything like a multitude of nation-states, unlike Christianity, it was also opposed to linguistic diversity. Its culture was not one of translation but of assimilation.

    …The Muslim attitude to the Qur’an made translation almost impossible. For the religion person it has to be read, recited out loud five times a day, or listened to in Arabic. In consequence the whole cultural impact of Islam is necessarily to Arabise, to draw peoples into a single world community of language and government. And this is what it did. Even the language of Egypt disappeared before it, except as a Christian liturgical language. Nations are not constructed by Islam but deconstructed.

    …The following quotation from Kalim Saddiqui expresses the specific Islamic approach to the nation with the starkest clarity. In terms of history it may be a simplification, but in terms of Islam’s central political and religious ideal it is entirely accurate.

    Today we come face to face with perhaps the greatest evil that stalks the modern world – that of nationalism … The path of the Ummah and that of the Islamic movement within the Ummah … is blocked by nation-states. These nation-states are like huge boulders blown across our path by the ill wind of recent history. All nation-states that today occupy, enslave and exploit the lands, peoples and resources of the Ummah must of necessity be dismantled.
    Source: “The Construction of Nationhood – Ethnicity, Religion and Nationalism” by Adrian Hastings

    Reading this, it’s perhaps easier to understand why Socialists and Muslims get along so well. Take out the references to the “Ummah” and the last quote could well have come from a Marxist.

    I think Hastings’ account of the interplay between Islam and nationhood is very insightful. Where nations do not exist, Islam does not stimulate them into existence. Where they already exist, Islam disintegrates them. Looking around Europe today, we can see the distintegrative effect Islam is having on the nations already estabished there.

  2. What an idiot. His Muslim voters will kill him for having Cohen as his last name. This guy should try out his life back in Tunisia. I always wonder where are the political opponents of people like this to argue against their suicidal insanity?

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