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The Kremlin is interfering in the internal affairs of countless nations, such as France. From Wikileaks:

(C/NF) SUMMARY: In keeping with France’s unique history and circumstances, Embassy Paris has created a Minority Engagement Strategy that encompasses, among other groups, the French Muslim population and responds to the goals outlined in reftel A. Our aim is to engage the French population at all levels in order to amplify France’s efforts to realize its own egalitarian ideals, thereby advancing U.S. national interests. While France is justifiably proud of its leading role in conceiving democratic ideals and championing human rights and the rule of law, French institutions have not proven themselves flexible enough to adjust to an increasingly heterodox demography. We believe that if France, over the long run, does not successfully increase opportunity and provide genuine political representation for its minority populations, France could become a weaker, more divided country, perhaps more crisis-prone and inward-looking, and consequently a less capable ally. To support French efforts to provide equal opportunity for minority populations, we will engage in positive discourse; set a strong example; implement an aggressive youth outreach strategy; encourage moderate voices; propagate best practices; and deepen our understanding of the underlying causes of inequality in France. We will also integrate the efforts of various Embassy sections, target influential leaders among our primary audiences, and evaluate both tangible and intangible indicators of the success of our strategy. END SUMMARY.

Oh, excuse me, this is a January 19, 2010 cable from the U.S. embassy in Paris to Hillary’s State Department. That means it’s okay.

 
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  1. If France does not become more multicultural, it will be a more divided country…talk about Newspeak

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  3. REFTEL = REFerence TELegram

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  4. This is one of the reasons why NATO should disband. If Europe enters into civil war, what side will the US champion? Is there even a 1/100 chance they will even stay neutral? Definitely, the answer is no. The rhetoric is so strong and pervasive. How could they act opposite to it?

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  5. Bureaucrats, perhaps most especially those of Department of State, really demonstrate the old proverb about idle hands being the Devil’s workshop.

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    "Bureaucrats, perhaps most especially those of Department of State, really demonstrate the old proverb about idle hands being the Devil’s workshop."
     
    In the case of the DoS, idle hands, if they truly remained idle, would be a blessing.
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  6. Anon • Disclaimer says:

    If the Hillary’s Deep State Department cares so much about Muslims, why did it work with the French(Jews esp) to destroy the Libya and turn it into a slave market?

    If Hillary’s Deep State Department cares so much about values of modernity, why did it aid semi-barbaric Jihadi terrorists to attack and undermine the secular order of Assad’s Syria?

    Btw, did Hillary’s Deep State Department send such memos about how Israel must be pressured to be nicer to Palestinians in Gaza and West Bank?

    Hmmm, who’s really pulling the strings?

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  7. I love how they wrote that drivel, then believed it, and then thought that it was so insightful that it should be classified.

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    I am curious about this too. Why the need to classify it? Exactly how is this drivel different from what (((American))) propaganda organs and their local collaborators propagate quite openly all over Europe?

    I've been hearing inane and insane Diversity Makes Us Free screeds all my life, it is not that big a secret.
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  8. “We believe that if France, over the long run, does not successfully increase opportunity and provide genuine political representation for its minority populations, France could become a weaker, more divided country, perhaps more crisis-prone and inward-looking, and consequently a less capable ally.“

    I didn’t see anything in here about who should be using which bathrooms, but if Hillary had been elected, that surely would follow.

    It must have gotten boring for the Democrat Left telling Americans what to do. Then they thought “hey, why don’t we tell everyone everywhere what to do and how to speak and what to believe?”

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  9. I wouldn’t go to France. ‘Cause France is no longer France.

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  10. In some demented way I’m encouraged by this. Our tax dollars and debt are going toward transforming all of Europe into Detroit, Baltimore, St Louis, Port au Prince, or Harare. And here I’ve thought it was all just to destroy America..

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  11. While France is justifiably proud of its leading role in conceiving democratic ideals and championing human rights and the rule of law, French institutions have not proven themselves flexible enough to adjust to an increasingly heterodox demography.

    As A.M. Miles or hbdchick might write, it’s almost as if European social ideals aren’t all that relevant to the way certain non-white peoples think about such things.

    While the State Department was working to protect French Muslims, certain banlieusards were plotting the events of on November 15th, 2015. Liberalism is the ideology of Western suicide.

    BTW: check out this sweet Snopes page ‘debunking’ accounts of mutilation inside the Bataclan on that day. https://www.snopes.com/france-covered-up-bataclan-victims/

    Snopes does not even mention the most compelling piece of evidence given at the hearing in question, namely that the father of one of the victims had written a letter to the court in which he stated:

    on the causes of death of my son, A., at the Paris Medico-Legal Institute they told me, and this with reservations on account of the shock it represented for me at that time, that they had cut off his testicles, that they had placed them in his mouth, and that they had eviscerated him.

    It goes on like that. http://www.assemblee-nationale.fr/14/rap-enq/r3922-t2.asp (transcript is in French).

    So the staff of the Paris Medico-Legal Institute lied to a grieving father about the cause of his son’s death? They must have been Le Pen supporters.

    When did Snopes itself become fake news?

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    Snopes being partisan is news to you? It has been that way for years and likely since inception. But yes, it is. You can google more yourself.

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/kalevleetaru/2016/12/22/the-daily-mail-snopes-story-and-fact-checking-the-fact-checkers/
    , @AndrewR
    Here's the twitter account of its main editor. Snopes is entirely left-wing propaganda.



    https://mobile.twitter.com/brooklynmarie
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  12. OT:
    Anyone else get their twitter account suspended as a bot? I did. Over two years I maybe tweeted 10 times. Nothing in months. I followed a mix of right and left news (from jacobin to antiwar to instapundit to Ann coulter). Mostly right. Some German language stuff. Polish and Slovakian news. Ice age and medieval stuff. English history.

    My most liked were Steve, J Burton, Dave Pinsen, and Ed Asante. What was the crime?

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  13. French institutions have not proven themselves flexible enough to adjust to an increasingly heterodox demography.

    I guess a demography that supports criminalizing homosexuality and depictions of the prophet is pretty heterodox.

    Hm? They meant “heterogeneous”? Ah.

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  14. Er, wait a minute. Is this for real?

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  15. @Roderick Spode

    While France is justifiably proud of its leading role in conceiving democratic ideals and championing human rights and the rule of law, French institutions have not proven themselves flexible enough to adjust to an increasingly heterodox demography.

     

    As A.M. Miles or hbdchick might write, it's almost as if European social ideals aren't all that relevant to the way certain non-white peoples think about such things.

    While the State Department was working to protect French Muslims, certain banlieusards were plotting the events of on November 15th, 2015. Liberalism is the ideology of Western suicide.

    BTW: check out this sweet Snopes page 'debunking' accounts of mutilation inside the Bataclan on that day. https://www.snopes.com/france-covered-up-bataclan-victims/

    Snopes does not even mention the most compelling piece of evidence given at the hearing in question, namely that the father of one of the victims had written a letter to the court in which he stated:

    on the causes of death of my son, A., at the Paris Medico-Legal Institute they told me, and this with reservations on account of the shock it represented for me at that time, that they had cut off his testicles, that they had placed them in his mouth, and that they had eviscerated him.
     
    It goes on like that. http://www.assemblee-nationale.fr/14/rap-enq/r3922-t2.asp (transcript is in French).

    So the staff of the Paris Medico-Legal Institute lied to a grieving father about the cause of his son's death? They must have been Le Pen supporters.

    When did Snopes itself become fake news?

    Snopes being partisan is news to you? It has been that way for years and likely since inception. But yes, it is. You can google more yourself.

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/kalevleetaru/2016/12/22/the-daily-mail-snopes-story-and-fact-checking-the-fact-checkers/

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  16. This type of subversive interference in another country is relatively mild. The other interferences have entailed raining bombs down upon uncooperative countries, arming criminal fanatics like ISIS and other such nice things. Now that is interference.

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  17. @Sandmich
    I love how they wrote that drivel, then believed it, and then thought that it was so insightful that it should be classified.

    I am curious about this too. Why the need to classify it? Exactly how is this drivel different from what (((American))) propaganda organs and their local collaborators propagate quite openly all over Europe?

    I’ve been hearing inane and insane Diversity Makes Us Free screeds all my life, it is not that big a secret.

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  18. Nothing but lib chicks, lisping prancers, and Jews at the State Dept.

    Regular white guys are thin on the ground at all the major levers of power in government. What do you expect?

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  19. @songbird
    Bureaucrats, perhaps most especially those of Department of State, really demonstrate the old proverb about idle hands being the Devil's workshop.

    “Bureaucrats, perhaps most especially those of Department of State, really demonstrate the old proverb about idle hands being the Devil’s workshop.”

    In the case of the DoS, idle hands, if they truly remained idle, would be a blessing.

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  20. @Roderick Spode

    While France is justifiably proud of its leading role in conceiving democratic ideals and championing human rights and the rule of law, French institutions have not proven themselves flexible enough to adjust to an increasingly heterodox demography.

     

    As A.M. Miles or hbdchick might write, it's almost as if European social ideals aren't all that relevant to the way certain non-white peoples think about such things.

    While the State Department was working to protect French Muslims, certain banlieusards were plotting the events of on November 15th, 2015. Liberalism is the ideology of Western suicide.

    BTW: check out this sweet Snopes page 'debunking' accounts of mutilation inside the Bataclan on that day. https://www.snopes.com/france-covered-up-bataclan-victims/

    Snopes does not even mention the most compelling piece of evidence given at the hearing in question, namely that the father of one of the victims had written a letter to the court in which he stated:

    on the causes of death of my son, A., at the Paris Medico-Legal Institute they told me, and this with reservations on account of the shock it represented for me at that time, that they had cut off his testicles, that they had placed them in his mouth, and that they had eviscerated him.
     
    It goes on like that. http://www.assemblee-nationale.fr/14/rap-enq/r3922-t2.asp (transcript is in French).

    So the staff of the Paris Medico-Legal Institute lied to a grieving father about the cause of his son's death? They must have been Le Pen supporters.

    When did Snopes itself become fake news?

    Here’s the twitter account of its main editor. Snopes is entirely left-wing propaganda.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/brooklynmarie

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  21. It’s “human rights activism” and “protecting democracy” when America does it

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  22. A couple of edits to reflect what’s being implied:

    “We believe that if France, over the long run, does not successfully increase opportunity and provide genuine political representation for its minority populations, [United States] could become a weaker, more divided country, perhaps more crisis-prone and inward-looking, and consequently a less capable [provider for the rent-seeking class].”

    In other words, if France does not become ruled by diversicrats the way US is (and still happens to succeed economically), the white population in the US may start looking at France as a model to emulate, which might lead to domestic disturbance and overall bad news for the rent-seeking class.

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  23. They will take a breather when Notre Dame is converted to a mosque.

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