Third-world immigration – and the far-Left – hasÂ made parts of France no long safe for Jews. And not just them:
Thousands of pro-Palestinian protesters marched in French cities on Saturday to condemn violence in Gaza, defying a ban imposed after demonstrators marched on two synagogues in Paris last weekend and clashed with riot police.
A Reuters photographer said demonstrators in northern Paris launched projectiles at riot police, who responded by firing teargas canisters and stun grenades… At least one car was set on fire.
A police spokesman said that 38 demonstrators had been arrested by early evening and that the clashes were dying down…
In the first three months of 2014 more Jews left France for Israel than at any other time since the Jewish state was created in 1948, with many citing rising anti-Semitism as a factor.
Import a people, import a culture – one that’s destroying Paris, too.Â This is the brutal truth politicians do not dare discuss when designing immigration programs.
That “peace” protesters are violent is now taken for granted. Their real problem is clearly that the “wrong” side is winning:
And Australian Jews are seeing Third World mass immigration – and Labor –Â turn Australia into a more hostile place, too:
AS rocket fire ricochets across the Middle East and Israel invades Gaza to halt attacks from Hamas,Â former foreign minister Bob Carr is leading a push within Labor to formally adopt a more “pro-Palestinian” stanceÂ in the party’s policy platform.
Mr Carr will move a motion from the floor of the NSW Labor conference next weekend seeking to shift the party’s Middle East policy to express more sympathy with Palestinians in response to what sections of the party argue is the increasingly bellicose stance of Israel.
The former NSW premier, who branded the Australian ÂIsrael lobby as “Likudniks” and accused them of hijacking foreign policy during Julia Gillard’s government, is leading an effort inside the party to recast Labor’s stance in response to a series of motions condemning Israel from local branches…
A raft of motions sent to the conference from local branches and unions, obtained by The Australian, condemn the Israeli government, express strong support for the Palestinian people and urge the fast-tracking of a two-state solution…
The motions come from branches dominated by the Right and Left factions, signalling an underlying shift in the party on Middle East policy reÂinforced by demographic change.
From 2012, this explanation of what “demographic change” actually meansÂ – Labor policy abandoning principle and defence of Western culture in exchange for the votes of newer immigrants from the Muslim Third World:
In the face of Gillard’s initial demand for support [for Israel at the UN], cabinet ministers began to complain there was no real explanation for the position, arguing the US was not overly exercised,many Labor seats were affected by Middle Eastern populations, Christian and Muslim, and there was a policy argument for sending Israel a message “as a friend”.
The word “Christian” seems to have been added only recently to the narrative, almost certainly for cover. I suspect the spin of Bob Carr…
From the Financial Review today:
Islamic voters are set to play a crucial role in a swag of key federal seats, with Muslims comprising more than 20 per cent of the total population in the western Sydney electorates of Blaxland and Watson.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics’ 2011 census showed thatpeople who identified as Islamic constituted 23 per cent of voters in Blaxland and 20 per cent in Watson, seats held by Minister for Home Affairs Jason Clare and Environment Minister Tony Burke respectively.
A reminder from Hugh Fitzgerald:
Stop, for god’s sake stop, importing troubleâ€”and Muslim immigrants,Â as a whole, necessarily mean trouble,Â in all lands where the political and legal institutions, and social arrangements, are flatly contradicted by the Shari’a.Â Muslims are obligated to change or tear down those institutions, in order to remove all “obstacles to Islam.” It is not special or individual malice that prompts that attitude.Â That is their duty, a central duty.Â Why not come to fully and soberly understand that duty, and out of a minimal sense of self-preservation, cease to import those into our lands (America, Canada, Great Britain, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Belgium, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Australia, and every other place that has so generously admitted, under a twisted definitiion of “refugees,” people who do not, and can not, wish our ways or institutions or constitutions well.