France in deep doodoo

The Occupation of Paris

“We were expecting Islam to adapt to France, but now we find France adapt to Islam….”

“Islam is seen as the religion of the poor people, so you can’t say to the poor people, ‘You’re wrong,’ otherwise, you’re a fascist,”

From New York to Paris to Mosqow, a Russian Author’s Dystopia is Here (Julia Gorin)

It’s what you deserve, Frenchmen; good God, didn’t you see it coming? Weren’t you the ones who shaped today with your very own hands? Now you live in what you have created….

Paris muslims block city streets weekly for prayer, cops do nothing.

The Mosque of Notre Dame in Paris in English: “It’s what you deserve, Frenchmen; good God, didn’t you see it coming?”

Looks like no debate is possible:

French Presidential Party UMP Forced to Cancel Debate on Islam

The Union for a Popular Movement (UMP), the political party of French President Nicolas Sarkozy, was forced on Tuesday to cancel a public debate organized in its headquarters, amid concerns that the debate would spark new accusations of racism and discrimination.

Miss Dodoo Downunder:

Titled “Immigration, Islamism: Is France Threatened?“, the controversial debate did not come at a good time for UMP, which is now presenting a new bill on immigration in the Assemblee Nationale (National Assembly), the lower house of French bicameral Parliament.

“We have chosen this time to really participate in Parliament discussions on future immigration law, as they are starting this week and will be at full intensity on that day,” explained the Droite Libre (Free Right), the UMP-associated group that organized the meeting.

“These issues are a concern to our fellow citizens, yet they almost never have a chance to discuss them; those who dare to mention immigration and Islam are framed by the intellectual terror of ‘political correctness’.”

When French media made public the title of the debate planned Sept. 30, UMP quickly stepped back and asked Droite Libre to hold the meeting in another place. Officially, said UMP, ultra-conservative Droite Libre is not a group associated with the presidential Party. This would not seem so from the Droite Libre website, which proudly bears the UMP logo.

“In view of the importance of our event and fears expressed by the UMP management board facing biased press reports, our debate will be hosted by the National Assembly,” Droite Libre announced later.

Epoch Times, 29 September 2010

It seems that the National Assembly doesn’t want to host the debate either. See Le Figaro, 29 September 2010

5 thoughts on “France in deep doodoo”

  1. Muslims and blacks together against
    “islamophobia and negrophobia”
    – and French imperialists

    National campaign march in Paris on 8 May 2011 – Liberation Day 1945
    Why this date? Revisioning Liberation Day, 8 May 1945? “Give new meaning” to that day? Wipe out the real meaning of it?

    The march will start from the African part of Paris, Barbes, where streets usually are blocked on Fridays for the mohammedans to occupy and show they’re there – and “have come to stay”. The very area where earlier this year, the French were not permitted to have an apéro, snack and a drink before dinner, event, but where later, the city council of Paris, among others, supported a particular “halal” food multicultural event, later officially changed to “food from the neighboring area”.

    Campaign poster shows one Maghreb North African, one Sub Saharan African, one brown hijab

    “We, ourselves, are gonna change it (France),
    from within
    and nothing’s gonna stop us!”

    – Sounds familiar? Brotherhood? Qaradawi?

    What is more, the reference to 1492, is überclear. Isabella and Ferdinand kicked the mohammedans out of Spain in 1492. Today’s campaigners explain to the “French imperialists” that “we’re here because you were there”, in the period after 1492, that is, the time when “the white world” finally could breathe after 800 years of islam on Spanish soil.

    1492 is a tough date for the mohammedans to deal with. Is this campaign in France, by the way, part of the Cordoba Initiative and Rauf’s bridgebuilding, or something..? Tightly knitted together, somehow?

    “We didn’t choose to come here”, the campaigners pretend. But they have obviously, decided to stay, and demand the French to accommodate them well.

    PIR, is explaining more about the campaign, Party of natives from the French colonies, PIR.
    (PIR, pronounced the same way as ‘pire’ = worse/worst in French)

    Why is there no French, or European, on the poster? Is that racist, or not..?

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