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From the New York Times:

After Teacher’s Decapitation, France Unleashes a Broad Crackdown on ‘the Enemy Within’

With dozens of raids against Muslim individuals and groups accused of radicalism, the fury of the response had France’s right wing speaking in terms of warfare.

By Adam Nossiter
Oct. 19, 2020

PARIS — France on Monday unleashed a broad crackdown on Muslims accused of extremism, carrying out dozens of raids, vowing to shut down aid groups and threatening to expel foreigners as anger swept the country following the decapitation of a high school teacher for showing caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad in class.

Many of those swept up in raids were already in police files for showing “signals” of potential radicalization, like preaching radicalized sermons or sharing hate messages on social networks, government officials said. More than 200 others — the bulk already in prison — were threatened with a rare mass expulsion.

But other groups targeted in the raids included Muslim associations previously given government subsidies for their work promoting better civic relations, and only 15 of the people arrested had any connection to the gruesome attack on Friday.

The scope of the response was a measure of how the killing of Samuel Paty, a teacher in a suburb north of Paris, had reopened old wounds in France. The nation remains traumatized by terrorists attacks by Muslim extremists that killed scores in 2015, starting with the editorial offices of the satirical Charlie Hebdo magazine — whose cartoons the teacher had shown.

As much as the Charlie Hebdo killings, the beheading of Mr. Paty has struck deep inside the French psyche as an assault on a principal pillar of the French republic — the secular public school system — as well as the nation’s devotion to freedom of speech.

Thousands of people took to the streets in cities around France over the weekend to demonstrate their horror at the killing on Friday. …

Some 51 Muslim aid organizations will also be targeted by the police this week, the interior minister said, some of which would be dissolved at Mr. Macron’s request. Mr. Darmanin called the most prominent of them, Collective Against Islamophobia, the C.C.I.F., which compiles a register of anti-Muslim acts, “an enemy of the republic.” …

Already, 15 people have been arrested, including family members of the suspect, an 18-year-old Chechen refugee named Abdullakh Anzorov, who was shot dead by the police Friday night after the killing. Also in custody is the father of a student at the school who had denounced Mr. Paty online for showing the caricatures and had demanded his dismissal. The video circulated widely on social media.

The interior minister announced that it would expel 231 foreign citizens identified for their radicalism, including 180 who were already in prison. Those not imprisoned would soon be arrested, officials said. At times, the French government has expelled foreign Muslims it accuses of being radicalized. But a mass expulsion like the one currently envisioned is unusual.

 
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  1. ‘…as well as the nation’s devotion to freedom of speech…’

    ?

    • LOL: Hugo Silva
    • Replies: @Grahamsno(G64)
    @Colin Wright

    Do you get money from CAIR to shill for Muslims on every single thread Mohammed Wright?

    Replies: @but an humble craftsman, @The Spirit of Enoch Powell

    , @Kent Nationalist
    @Colin Wright

    Freedom to criticise Jews is not included in freedom of speech, that is self-evident

    Replies: @Colin Wright

    , @pirelli
    @Colin Wright

    Yeah, that stood out to me too. France’s “version” of the First Amendment is found in Articles 10 and 11 of the Declaration of Human and Civic Rights of 1789, which is incorporated in the French Constitution.

    Article 10: “No one may be disturbed on account of his opinions, even religious ones, as long as the manifestation of such opinions does not interfere with the established Law and Order.”

    Article 11: “The free communication of ideas and of opinions is one of the most precious rights of man. Any citizen may therefore speak, write and publish freely, except what is tantamount to the abuse of this liberty in the cases determined by Law.”

    , @lavoisier
    @Colin Wright


    …as well as the nation’s devotion to freedom of speech…’
     
    I think the State crackdown on Islamic radicalism as well as the jailing and persecution of holocaust deniers are both reflections of the power of the Jews in France.

    But respect for free speech? No. Of course not.

  2. The interior minister announced that it would expel 231 foreign citizens identified for their radicalism, including 180 who were already in prison.

    Right! Put them on the other side of the border where they belong!

    What’s that? No real borders anymore? Oh darn.

    • LOL: Polynikes
  3. When the need comes (and it will) to expel thousands, tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands, how will the French manage it? For sure, the countries of origin will not accept these mass deportations, for various reasons. I guess the French could send them all to French Guiana, set up camps to house then indefinitely (out of sight, out of mind), or just turn them loose in the jungle with a canteen of water and let them fend for themselves, with the belief and hope that not many will be able to survive too long. I doubt the Brazilians or Venezuelans would be happy with this plan. Maybe we can bring back the idea or the entrepot. The French could sieze a slice of land in North or West Africa, warehouse the inmates there, give them 1,000 Euros and just push them across the border, let them make their way to their original lands. Again the problem with adjoining nations, but if things get really heated, who knows what measures will be contemplated.

    • Replies: @Lot
    @Daniel H

    Israel’s solution is to bribe Rwanda and Uganda to take its African migrants.

    I am wholly unimpressed by Macron’s “raids.” The solution is prohibit not just migration, but all entry from Muslim nations. Next, giant cuts to welfare.

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @Rob McX

    , @The Wild Geese Howard
    @Daniel H


    The French could sieze a slice of land in North or West Africa, warehouse the inmates there
     
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Barkhane
    , @MikeJa
    @Daniel H

    Won't the cases be appealed and ultimately dropped? The UK home secretaries have tried deporting the worst of the worst and they always seem to be hamstrung by the EU Human Rights Act. E.g. some of the original Rochdale rapists have served time and are walking the streets. I could be wrong but it sounds like Macron talking tough.

    , @threestars
    @Daniel H

    Sending masses of violent foreigners to fend for themselves in the jungle? Giving them a homeland on the continent/s where they belong? You're speaking as if those were bad things. (Pardon me if I misjudge your attitude) Given the will to do so, France has more than enough military power to strong arm Brazil and Venezuela, not to mention any Maghrebian or Stan "country".

    , @mattminda1
    @Daniel H

    just drop them off at a beach of a muslim country, easy

    , @Billy D. Helper
    @Daniel H

    The Turkish solution to the Armenian problem?

    , @Adûnâi
    @Daniel H

    Noeman Davies was my jam back in my tender years. Jew bless those Ukrainian translators for raising me in fag-free spirit. By the way, Abdoullakh Anzorov is based. I wish my Aryan race were still alive and breathing.


    IN the spring of 1794, French Republican officers in Nantes had so many I rebels from the Vendèe to kill that they didn’t know how to do it. They had unleashed the ‘infernal columns’; they had starved and massacred their captives; and they had been shooting batches of prisoners by the thousand. But it was not enough. They then hit on the idea of drowning. Nantes was an Atlantic slave port; and a fleet of large, shallow hulks was to hand. By sinking a loaded hulk in the river at night, and then refloating it, they devised an efficient and inconspicuous system of reusable death chambers. These were the terrible noyades. Necessity proved the mother of invention in the technology of death.1

    A century and a half later, Nazi officers in occupied Poland faced a similar problem. They had so many Jews to kill that they couldn’t cope. They had unleashed the Einsatzgruppen; they had starved Jews in crowded ghettos: at Sobibór, they had driven their victims round the countryside in railway wagons packed with quicklime.2 But it was not enough. Then they hit on gassing. Initial trials using carbon monoxide in mobile vans proved unsatisfactory. But early in 1941, experiments using capsules of Zyklon-B in sealed chambers, together with advice from the leading German designers of crematoria,3 promised a vast increase in capacity. Within a year, the Nazi SS was able to embark on a programme of industrialized genocide in purpose-built facilities.4

    [...]

     

    © Norman Davies’ capsule NOYADES in Europe: A History)

    NOYADES 1. See J. Brooman, The Reign of Terror in France: Jean-Baptiste Carrier and the Drownings at Nantes (York, 1986). 2. See Jan Karski, The Secret State (London, 1944). 3. R’ Hilberg, ‘Origins of the Killing Centers’, The Destruction of the European Jews (New York, 1985), 221–38. 4. J. C. Pressac, Auschwitz: Technique and Operation of the Gas Chambers (New York, 1989). 5. Paraphrased from International Military Tribunal (Nuremberg, 1946), viii. 324–9. 6. Lyubo Boban, ‘Jasenovac and the Manipulation of History’, East European Politics and Societies, 4 (1990), 580–93.

    P.S. Regarding comment #99 by ziggurat, I read that story as a child, too. Based child abuse.


    [...]

    An eye-witness from the death-camp at Treblinka would later describe the process for interrogators at the Nuremberg Tribunal:
    [RAJZMAN] Transports arrived there every day; sometimes three, four or five trains filled exclusively with Jews. Immediately after their arrival, the people had to line up on the platform—men, women and children separately. They were forced to strip immediately … under the lashes of German whips. Then they were obliged to walk naked through the street to the gas chambers. What did the Germans call that street?
    Himmelfahrtstrasse [the way to heaven].
    Please tell us, how long did a person live after arrival?
    The whole process of undressing and the walk down to the gas chambers lasted for the men eight to ten minutes, and for the women some fifteen minutes, because the women had to have their hair shaved off….
    Please tell us, what was the subsequent aspect of the station of Treblinka?
    The Commander of the camp, Kurt Franz, built a first-class railroad station with signboards. The barracks where the clothing was stored had signs reading ‘Restaurant’, ‘Ticket Office’, ‘Telegraph’, and so forth …
    A kind of make-believe station?… And tell us, how did the Germans behave when killing their victims?
    They brought an aged woman with her [pregnant] daughter to this building. Several Germans came to watch the delivery … the grandmother begged to be killed. But of course, the newborn baby was killed first, then the child’s mother, and finally the grandmother.…
    Tell us, witness, how many persons were exterminated in the camp on an average, daily.
    On an average, from ten to twelve thousand persons daily.5

    A view might conceivably be entertained that the Nazi gas-chambers reflected a ‘humane approach’, akin to that of a well-regulated abattoir. If the sub-humans had to die, it was better that they die quickly rather than in protracted agony. In practice, there is no evidence that Nazi logic knew any such considerations. The operation of the Nazi death-camps was characterised by totally heartless efficiency and gratuitous bestiality.

    The ‘death-factory’ at Jasenovac in Croatia was operated by the Fascist Ustaša from 1942 to 1945. It became the object of intense propaganda in post-war Yugoslavia; and the official count of ‘700,000 victims, mainly Serbs’ has since been called into question.6 But there can be little doubt about the total absence at Jasenovac both of mercy and of modern technology. Sensational stories abound. But shooting or gassing might have been regarded as a blessed reprieve from death by mass clubbings, by immersion in boiling cauldrons, or by decapitation with handsaws.
     

  4. A simple anti-immigration slogan:

    “Don’t fill your country with people who hate you.”

    • Agree: ziggurat, Rob McX
    • Replies: @Inquiring Mind
    @Drake

    The people of France will be able to deport people without Michelle Obama appearing on their television telling them with affected anguish in her voice, "Mais, ce n'est pas que nous sommes!"

  5. They all have to go back.

    • Agree: ziggurat
    • Replies: @RichardTaylor
    @Impolitic


    They all have to go back.
     
    Unless a wave of White populism (by which I mean, actual Frenchmen) takes over, it won't happen. There will be sporadic responses, but so far, most of the French are obedient, like most Europeans. They do what their Smart and Cultured Superiors tell them to do.

    Replies: @Bardon Kaldian, @The Spirit of Enoch Powell

    , @gate666
    @Impolitic

    keep dreaming.

    , @Jus' Sayin'...
    @Impolitic


    They all have to go back.
     
    Agreed. But this is the first teensy, tiny step in that direction.

    To paraphrase Churchill: This is not the end. This is not the beginning of the end but it may eventually be seen as the end of the beginning.

  6. As much as the Charlie Hebdo killings, the beheading of Mr. Paty has struck deep inside the French psyche as an assault on a principal pillar of the French republic — the secular public school system — as well as the nation’s devotion to freedom of speech.

    The toughest action (in terms of difficulty as well as efficacy) is to speak the truth. Denmark’s new Prime Minister (elected in 2019) is getting closer:

    After all, she “has called Islam a barrier to integration, said some Muslims ‘do not respect the Danish judicial system’, that some Muslim women refuse to work for religious reasons, and that Muslim girls are subject to ‘massive social control,’” the Guardian reported in 2018. “She has also called for all Muslim schools in the country to be closed.”

    https://www.thenewamerican.com/world-news/europe/item/32529-immigrationism-dying-anti-immigration-left-leader-set-to-win-power-in-denmark

    This Prime Minister is a leftist, female politician, named Mette Frederiksen. She is the youngest Prime Minister ever at 41 years of age. If she can start to talk tough, maybe some other politicians can?

    In an interview with Kristeligt Dagblad, Frederiksen called for the “closure of all immigrant centres” and for the “resettlement of immigrants in North Africa”.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mette_Frederiksen

    One interesting story I heard from Mark Collett (of Britian’s Patriotic Alternative) is a poll that was done of the Danish. They were asked if they were concerned that the rest of Europe may come to view them as Islamophobic. The vast majority of respondents said they were OK with that. I think that’s where we need to get to. We just need to stop caring what other people think of us.

    Of course, that is harder than it should be, as we have unwittingly waded into the Tarpit of Cancellation Culture. Hopefully, we can extricate ourselves better than the dinosaurs.

    • Replies: @Ganderson
    @ziggurat

    I’m currently watching a Swedish TV show called ‘Kalefat‘. I deals way more frankly than I would have expected with the problems modern Sweden has inflicted upon itself. One especially interesting subplot is what the Derb calls ‘absimilation’ - the fact that often the second generation is more militantly Islamist than the first. Perhaps the program gets more cucked as the show continues.

    Replies: @ziggurat

    , @SkylertheWeird
    @ziggurat

    When I got off the train at Odense birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen in 2008, I thought I had landed in Algiers or Tunis.

    Replies: @ziggurat

    , @Peter Lund
    @ziggurat

    That was indeed how Mette Frederiksen gained power -- that, and lots of internal problems inside the major party on the "right". It is not, however, how she has governed up until now.

    Our borders are still wide open, our judges are still extra-nice towards muzzies/afros, we still give them lots of free money, and they keep coming up with dumb plans to make it hard to keep the orc children away from our children in the schools.

    The age of criminal responsibility is still 15 (which is probably 3-5 years to high for our cultural enrichers). A previous "right-leaning" government lowered it to 14 and the next Socialdemocratic government promptly raised it back to 15. Mette Frederiksen has no intention of lowering it again. A previous "right-leaning" government also forced our judges to expel more criminals (unless they could prove it was against the international conventions we have ratified). The next Socialdemocratic government promptly changed the laws back so the judges could follow what they felt the conventions ought to say instead. Mette Frederiksen has no intention of fixing it back.

    Replies: @ziggurat

  7. Muslims behead a priest and nobody cares. Behead a teacher and everybody panics.

    • Agree: Cortes
    • Replies: @Anon
    @Anonymous

    Exactly. But Europe will recover the faith or will cease to be Europe. Europeans are not a race.. they are a Christian culture. For hundreds of years, they have reached towards ideals of political justice and personal transcendence. Let’s see if they can find the way back.

    Replies: @Blue-eyed lovemonger

    , @Anon
    @Anonymous

    Teachers in France are reliable leftists and support leftist governments. They're exactly like the leftist noodles protesting in Portland. This is why it scares Macron. Leftist teachers are necessary to indoctrinate the next generation, and if they start getting killed by radical Muzzies, it's all over for the left in France. The teachers will become scared by the results of their own ideology and move right.

    Replies: @silviosilver

    , @Alden
    @Anonymous

    A teacher in the extremely militantly atheist secular anti Christian French public schools.

    Like the old American KKK, France has tried to abolish private & religious schools many times in the last 150 years.

  8. Too little and too late, Western Europe’s relentless March to be self subjugated under the green flag goes unbated. If by some miracle Trump does survive, dismantling NATO should be one of the top priorities. I think he personally wants to do it but never found the right time to do it in the past four years.

  9. France is sending a clear message: just you dare decapitate one more teacher then, why, why, then I’ll be really mad at you!

    • Replies: @Grahamsno(G64)
    @International Jew

    They're at least trying.

    Replies: @Hannah Katz

    , @Buck Ransom
    @International Jew

    ...as anger swept the country following the decapitation of a high school teacher for showing caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad in class.

    The NYT account of the teacher's beheading is rather cursory and cool and dispassionate, don't you think?

    I wonder if maybe, just maybe, the Times would have been able to work a little more drama into their story if the severed head in the gutter had been sporting a yarmulke.
    Just a thought.

  10. @Colin Wright
    '...as well as the nation’s devotion to freedom of speech...'

    ?

    Replies: @Grahamsno(G64), @Kent Nationalist, @pirelli, @lavoisier

    Do you get money from CAIR to shill for Muslims on every single thread Mohammed Wright?

    • Replies: @but an humble craftsman
    @Grahamsno(G64)

    You do not get it, do you?

    Read Durocher on this very site.

    , @The Spirit of Enoch Powell
    @Grahamsno(G64)

    Some people let their anti-Zionism get the better of them to the extent they start shilling for Muslims as a whole, even though anti-Zionism mainly concerns Western populations and Palestinians.

    Replies: @Colin Wright

  11. @Daniel H
    When the need comes (and it will) to expel thousands, tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands, how will the French manage it? For sure, the countries of origin will not accept these mass deportations, for various reasons. I guess the French could send them all to French Guiana, set up camps to house then indefinitely (out of sight, out of mind), or just turn them loose in the jungle with a canteen of water and let them fend for themselves, with the belief and hope that not many will be able to survive too long. I doubt the Brazilians or Venezuelans would be happy with this plan. Maybe we can bring back the idea or the entrepot. The French could sieze a slice of land in North or West Africa, warehouse the inmates there, give them 1,000 Euros and just push them across the border, let them make their way to their original lands. Again the problem with adjoining nations, but if things get really heated, who knows what measures will be contemplated.

    Replies: @Lot, @The Wild Geese Howard, @MikeJa, @threestars, @mattminda1, @Billy D. Helper, @Adûnâi

    Israel’s solution is to bribe Rwanda and Uganda to take its African migrants.

    I am wholly unimpressed by Macron’s “raids.” The solution is prohibit not just migration, but all entry from Muslim nations. Next, giant cuts to welfare.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    @Lot

    'Israel’s solution is to bribe Rwanda and Uganda to take its African migrants..'

    We'll get to Israel.

    , @Rob McX
    @Lot


    I am wholly unimpressed by Macron’s “raids.”
     
    You're right. France, unlike most white countries, has a strong anti-immigration party. Therefore the corrupt mainstream parties have to up their game in pretending to do something about immigration and terrorism. When they announce these expulsions of the "enemy within", they should be asked who allowed the enemy into France in the first place.
  12. @International Jew
    France is sending a clear message: just you dare decapitate one more teacher then, why, why, then I'll be really mad at you!

    Replies: @Grahamsno(G64), @Buck Ransom

    They’re at least trying.

    • Replies: @Hannah Katz
    @Grahamsno(G64)

    Macron is no Charles Martel, but he should be.

  13. From Le Figgero:

    Shockingly, the favored real-life model candidate for the next official patriotic personification of the French Republic known as “Marianne” was included in the expulsion—a 22 year old Somali woman, Bifa Leisha.

    • Replies: @Joe Stalin
    @Jenner Ickham Errican


    Shockingly, the favored real-life model candidate for the next official patriotic personification of the French Republic known as “Shockingly, the favored real-life model candidate for the next official patriotic personification of the French Republic known as “Marianne” was included in the expulsion—a 22 year old Somali woman, Bifa Leisha.” was included in the expulsion—a 22 year old Somali woman, Bifa Leisha.
     
    A far cry from an actual "Marianne."

    https://amigosdepelotas.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/l-1.jpg

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ObVG9o2xWI
  14. @Impolitic
    They all have to go back.

    Replies: @RichardTaylor, @gate666, @Jus' Sayin'...

    They all have to go back.

    Unless a wave of White populism (by which I mean, actual Frenchmen) takes over, it won’t happen. There will be sporadic responses, but so far, most of the French are obedient, like most Europeans. They do what their Smart and Cultured Superiors tell them to do.

    • Replies: @Bardon Kaldian
    @RichardTaylor

    Populism is not enough. You gotta start thinking like Kim the Fat, the King of the North:

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/ENYEt5uUYAAGgUB?format=jpg&name=900x900

    https://www.unz.com/akarlin/25-million-best-koreans/


    During a 2006 meeting between North and South Korean delegates, the former brought up the topic of South Korea’s so-called race mixing. When a Southern representative (falsely) stated that the amount of mixing amounted no more than a “drop of ink in the Han River,” the reply from the North was blunt: “Not even one drop of ink must be allowed to fall in the Han River
     

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @Reg Cæsar, @Dumbo

    , @The Spirit of Enoch Powell
    @RichardTaylor

    Anglos seem to be more obedient, the native French at least manage to hold yellow vest rallies to fight for their own interests (albeit only economic interests as opposed to ethnic ones for the time being), us Anglos only get those kinds of numbers when protesting in favour of blacks or Muslims.

  15. Polish newspapers are reporting after Le Figaro that the beheader was refused asylum in Poland 2007. Partly because of this, he was also refused asylum initially in France, but the decision was overturned on appeal. The next step would be to put the traitorous judges themselves on trial…

    https://www.outono.net/elentir/2020/10/18/bravo-for-poland-denied-asylum-to-islamist-who-has-beheaded-a-teacher-in-france/

    • Thanks: ziggurat
    • Replies: @ziggurat
    @yarro

    That article explains well the importance of pragmatic immigration policy:


    The Republic of Poland has been the target of a political and media smear campaign for its reluctant policy to welcome Muslim immigration.

    What few European politicians and media say is that Poland has been hosting a very high number of Ukrainian immigrants for years, who integrate easily into Polish society, unlike Muslim immigrants, who have created large ghettos in French cities, rejecting the customs of the country and creating a growing security problem. As a result of this migration policy, Poland has hardly been affected by the wave of Islamist terrorism that has caused serious attacks in countries such as France, Belgium and Spain.

    In addition, Poland has become one of the safest European countries for women, while other European countries even allow Muslim immigrants to marry and sexually abuse girls, in the face of overwhelming majority and silence from the mainstream media.
    ...
    Today, the wisdom of Polish immigration policy is once again evident when it was learned that Poland denied asylum to the family of the young Chechen Islamist who beheaded a teacher in France this week.
     
    , @iDeplorable
    @yarro


    Partly because of this, he was also refused asylum initially in France, but the decision was overturned on appeal. The next step would be to put the traitorous judges themselves on trial…
     
    Same goes for the US. The judiciary is completely out of control.

    "“The judiciary of the United States is the subtle corps of sappers and miners constantly working under ground to undermine the foundations of our confederated fabric.” (Thomas Jefferson, Letter to Thomas Ritchie, Dec. 25, 1820)"

    The federal courts need to be reined in and more than a few judges severely punished as a warning to the rest.
    , @MBlanc46
    @yarro

    Now you’re talking.

    , @Sol
    @yarro

    Judges and lawyers need to be held accountable.

  16. @Grahamsno(G64)
    @Colin Wright

    Do you get money from CAIR to shill for Muslims on every single thread Mohammed Wright?

    Replies: @but an humble craftsman, @The Spirit of Enoch Powell

    You do not get it, do you?

    Read Durocher on this very site.

    • Agree: AndrewR
  17. anonymous[268] • Disclaimer says:

    Vive la France. This is a wise move for keeping the temperature from boiling. If the temperature goes up fast then a lot of resistance materializes towards Muslim immigration and refugees in the 2020s. Early resistance pushes down the share of the French population that will be Muslim later in the century. France is still on track to becoming majority Muslim by 2080. Already according to Durocher, 20-25% of newborns are Muslim.

  18. @ziggurat

    As much as the Charlie Hebdo killings, the beheading of Mr. Paty has struck deep inside the French psyche as an assault on a principal pillar of the French republic — the secular public school system — as well as the nation’s devotion to freedom of speech.
     
    The toughest action (in terms of difficulty as well as efficacy) is to speak the truth. Denmark's new Prime Minister (elected in 2019) is getting closer:

    After all, she “has called Islam a barrier to integration, said some Muslims ‘do not respect the Danish judicial system’, that some Muslim women refuse to work for religious reasons, and that Muslim girls are subject to ‘massive social control,’” the Guardian reported in 2018. “She has also called for all Muslim schools in the country to be closed.”

    https://www.thenewamerican.com/world-news/europe/item/32529-immigrationism-dying-anti-immigration-left-leader-set-to-win-power-in-denmark
     

    This Prime Minister is a leftist, female politician, named Mette Frederiksen. She is the youngest Prime Minister ever at 41 years of age. If she can start to talk tough, maybe some other politicians can?

    In an interview with Kristeligt Dagblad, Frederiksen called for the "closure of all immigrant centres" and for the "resettlement of immigrants in North Africa".

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mette_Frederiksen
     

    One interesting story I heard from Mark Collett (of Britian's Patriotic Alternative) is a poll that was done of the Danish. They were asked if they were concerned that the rest of Europe may come to view them as Islamophobic. The vast majority of respondents said they were OK with that. I think that's where we need to get to. We just need to stop caring what other people think of us.

    Of course, that is harder than it should be, as we have unwittingly waded into the Tarpit of Cancellation Culture. Hopefully, we can extricate ourselves better than the dinosaurs.

    Replies: @Ganderson, @SkylertheWeird, @Peter Lund

    I’m currently watching a Swedish TV show called ‘Kalefat‘. I deals way more frankly than I would have expected with the problems modern Sweden has inflicted upon itself. One especially interesting subplot is what the Derb calls ‘absimilation’ – the fact that often the second generation is more militantly Islamist than the first. Perhaps the program gets more cucked as the show continues.

    • Replies: @ziggurat
    @Ganderson

    I like this scene from an episode of the BBC series "NCS Manhunt" in 2001.

    "I Am An Englishman".

    I am English and Proud, Not Racist!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MWHPJ8hO-ZM


    04:57

    My gripe is quite simple. My gripe is that we were never asked. My gripe is that we were told, not asked.

    And every day we are told again and again, how we are to be and how our country is to be.

    We're told by them and we know who they are. They're English too. They're the class that has always set themselves apart. They're the class that has always taken whatever they wanted for themselves.

    And now they are the class that's giving England away. They have never asked us and they never will.

    Do we allow them to sell our heritage or is it time for us to speak?
     

    Replies: @Redneck farmer, @The Spirit of Enoch Powell, @Jus' Sayin'...

  19. For decades, they told us that they could not prevent illegal immigration to France and other countries. Now, they won’t allow bona fide citizens cross borders without incarceration for 14 days and nonsense like that. What a difference!

    • Replies: @Q-ship
    @Alfred

    One of the many ways COVID has been the Great Revealer.

  20. @Colin Wright
    '...as well as the nation’s devotion to freedom of speech...'

    ?

    Replies: @Grahamsno(G64), @Kent Nationalist, @pirelli, @lavoisier

    Freedom to criticise Jews is not included in freedom of speech, that is self-evident

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    @Kent Nationalist

    'Freedom to criticise Jews is not included in freedom of speech, that is self-evident'

    That would seem to be about the gist of it.

  21. The Corona Chan lockdowns were too clever by half. The FT estimates that perhaps 40% of Europe’s workforce is either out of work or on taxpayer subsidized work plans that are running out.

    Simply put there is not enough money to pay both the out of work native Europeans and the Muslims on welfare. The solution up to now has been to stuff Muslims with cash on the idea that they won’t want to jeopardize their payouts and kick the can down the road.

    They ran out of road with the lockdowns. Nearly all the service and entertainment industries are gone: restaurants, bars, clubs, pubs, theaters, movie theaters, music, etc. Gone and never coming back. Europe is looking at panicked lockdowns for years, perhaps a decade. Even Sweden is now locking down.

    Economic activity is now going to be something like 60% or less of what it was pre-virus panic.

    So European governments excepting Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic can either cut spending on their citizens and spend the meager tax revenues on Muslims, or they can expel their Muslims and spend it on their citizens.

    Unlike the US the European authorities cannot just deficit spend into eternity. They are not the worlds major military power with lots and lots of nukes. EU nations are required to run in the black, with exceptions, France, Italy, Spain, Greece and Portugal allowed to run minor deficits but not forever.

    Already their are protests against new lockdowns in Spain, in Germany, in Italy. Imagine lockdowns and natives literally starving as Muslims live high on the hog. That’s violent overthrow by revolution time. Likely by their own security forces with starving relatives.

    Europeans are not planning this. Just stumbling into it through events. They cut down on spending money for young Muslims. Young Muslims go on beheading sprees Aloha Snackbar. Europeans are pissed, they’re out of work, soon won’t get any money at all, Aloha Snackbar Muslims get tons of cash.

    • LOL: Tommy Thompson
    • Replies: @Alden
    @Whiskey

    I hope it’s true. Thanks. Especially in N Europe taxes on the workers are so high, and welfare is so generous that its almost better to just get married, have 4-6 kids and live a happy life on welfare. I consider work expenses like commuting lunch etc as just another tax.

    , @Buck Ransom
    @Whiskey

    It's the controlled demolition of Western economies to set the stage for The Great Reset.

    , @anonymous
    @Whiskey

    The EU isn't going to run out of money that fast, there will be plenty of assets of the white middle class to loot. The looting of Cyprus bank accounts by its govt was a trial balloon.

  22. @Kent Nationalist
    @Colin Wright

    Freedom to criticise Jews is not included in freedom of speech, that is self-evident

    Replies: @Colin Wright

    ‘Freedom to criticise Jews is not included in freedom of speech, that is self-evident’

    That would seem to be about the gist of it.

  23. @Lot
    @Daniel H

    Israel’s solution is to bribe Rwanda and Uganda to take its African migrants.

    I am wholly unimpressed by Macron’s “raids.” The solution is prohibit not just migration, but all entry from Muslim nations. Next, giant cuts to welfare.

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @Rob McX

    ‘Israel’s solution is to bribe Rwanda and Uganda to take its African migrants..’

    We’ll get to Israel.

  24. @Ganderson
    @ziggurat

    I’m currently watching a Swedish TV show called ‘Kalefat‘. I deals way more frankly than I would have expected with the problems modern Sweden has inflicted upon itself. One especially interesting subplot is what the Derb calls ‘absimilation’ - the fact that often the second generation is more militantly Islamist than the first. Perhaps the program gets more cucked as the show continues.

    Replies: @ziggurat

    I like this scene from an episode of the BBC series “NCS Manhunt” in 2001.

    “I Am An Englishman”.

    I am English and Proud, Not Racist!

    04:57

    My gripe is quite simple. My gripe is that we were never asked. My gripe is that we were told, not asked.

    And every day we are told again and again, how we are to be and how our country is to be.

    We’re told by them and we know who they are. They’re English too. They’re the class that has always set themselves apart. They’re the class that has always taken whatever they wanted for themselves.

    And now they are the class that’s giving England away. They have never asked us and they never will.

    Do we allow them to sell our heritage or is it time for us to speak?

    • Replies: @Redneck farmer
    @ziggurat

    Was this a good guy, or bad guy?

    Replies: @Dan Hayes

    , @The Spirit of Enoch Powell
    @ziggurat

    A nice edit of that speech made by YouKipper, they unfortunately nuked his YouTube channel but he is still on BitChute although he hasn't uploaded in a long time.

    This particular video has around 800k views before it was taken down, but nationalists keep reuploading it.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xVajOqraW8U

    , @Jus' Sayin'...
    @ziggurat

    An inspiring speech. I'm sure that they who run the Beeb - "and we know who they are" - see him as a super villain.

    There is still a very limited amount of time for Britons, Europeans, and their descendants around the world to save the magnificent legacy bequeathed to them by their ancestors. But that salvation cannot occur until an overwhelming majority are stirred by speeches like this, choose to overthrow their traitorous rulers, undo all those leaders' nefarious works, restore their European heritage, and expel all those who seek its destruction.

    I don't hold much hope that this will happen.

  25. Jean-Luc Mélenchon, leader of the anti-establishment Left, and long a close friend of Islam, is attempting to compartmentalize to just the Chechen community the outrage in response to this attack. He has declared it a mistake to take so many Chechens in and blamed it on anti-Putin sentiment within the French government. He is calling for a review of all Chechen refugees and the expulsion of any with a radical social media profile. Everyone knows the problem is much larger than just Chechens.

    It is important to note that the 231 Islamists being prepared for expulsion are all in France illegally. They are classified as “fichés S” which means they are a national security risk. Marine Le Pen is pointing out that there are more than 4000 “fichés S” foreigners who are being allowed to stay in France.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Torn and Frayed

    But, man for man, Chechens tend to be a handful.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @Anonymous

    , @Rob
    @Torn and Frayed

    Do speak French and know some French people? If you anyone here speaks French well, and especially if you’ve lived in France, I would really like to know your estimation of Marine Le Pen’s chances in the next few elections, and the future of the French nation.

    It seems to me that probably a lot of people who won’t vote against her because of her grandfather’s(? Father?), but those people are getting long in the tooth. As the wokies are always saying about older white conservatives, they are dying, and the endless horde is growing, Eventually the stink of his National Socialist adjacent polItics will wear off as the boomer generation dies.

    Not to mention, the aliens’ behavior will likely get more brazen as they grow, driving more French to the pro-French side of the great political divide, by analogy to whites voting more Republican in areas with more blacks. Whites who live in heavily Hispanic areas don’t vote more Republican, though. I think blacks are the better comparison population, because the beurs are so hostile to the host society,

    Will the French population become populist faster than the aliens become voters?

    It seems that the example of American blacks shows that a people can be born in a country, but have a hostile relationship with the nation. Like blacks, the arab’s lower IQs will ensure that their is an unassimilable portion of the population, even if France manages to integrate a few into French culture.

    Finally, what could be done about the ones who were born in France? Could they be legally depatriated just by the government passing a law, or would it require something like a constitutional amendment or withdrawal from treaties. Is expulsion more likely than territorial concessions in France. Or will France be like America and try to muddle through, trying to uplift them with less and less hope each time?

    C’mon, we’re a fairly sophisticated commentariat, someone bust be well connected with France.

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard

  26. @RichardTaylor
    @Impolitic


    They all have to go back.
     
    Unless a wave of White populism (by which I mean, actual Frenchmen) takes over, it won't happen. There will be sporadic responses, but so far, most of the French are obedient, like most Europeans. They do what their Smart and Cultured Superiors tell them to do.

    Replies: @Bardon Kaldian, @The Spirit of Enoch Powell

    Populism is not enough. You gotta start thinking like Kim the Fat, the King of the North:

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/ENYEt5uUYAAGgUB?format=jpg&name=900×900

    https://www.unz.com/akarlin/25-million-best-koreans/

    During a 2006 meeting between North and South Korean delegates, the former brought up the topic of South Korea’s so-called race mixing. When a Southern representative (falsely) stated that the amount of mixing amounted no more than a “drop of ink in the Han River,” the reply from the North was blunt: “Not even one drop of ink must be allowed to fall in the Han River

    • Replies: @Almost Missouri
    @Bardon Kaldian

    What about a drop of Wite-Out®?

    Asking for a friend. No really.

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/b/b7/Wite-Out_123.PNG

    It is "Correction Fluid", you know.

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @Bardon Kaldian

    For an alternative view, there is Pitchfork Ben's older brother George D Tillman's 1895 speech to the South Carolina legislature decrying a proposed one-drop rule:


    If the law is made as it now stands respectable families in Aiken, Barnwell, Colleton, and Orangeburg will be denied the right to intermarry among people with whom they are now associated and identified. At least one hundred families would be affected to my knowledge. They have sent good soldiers to the Confederate Army, and are now landowners and taxpayers. Those men served creditably, and it would be unjust and disgraceful to embarrass them in this way...

    It is a scientific fact that there is not one full-blooded Caucasian on the floor of this convention. Every member has in him a certain mixture of… colored blood. The pure-blooded white has needed and received a certain infusion of darker blood to give him readiness and purpose.

    http://shaybo-therisingtide.blogspot.com/2011/09/triumph-of-one-drop-rule-melungeon.html
     

    One source says that the first appearance of the one-drop rule in state law was in Tennessee in 1910.

    Replies: @Bardon Kaldian

    , @Dumbo
    @Bardon Kaldian

    For that, you need a people with mofe self-confidence than modern Europeans/White people. Just look at the current "Pope", now peddling fag marriage or "civil union", and everybody cheering. What would Saint Paul say of that.

    Everybody tramples on Whites because they have become soft, degenerated, lost. A bunch of fat tattooed people with eyes glued 24/7 to their "smartphone".

    Why should anyone respect people who don't respect themselves?

  27. @yarro
    Polish newspapers are reporting after Le Figaro that the beheader was refused asylum in Poland 2007. Partly because of this, he was also refused asylum initially in France, but the decision was overturned on appeal. The next step would be to put the traitorous judges themselves on trial...

    https://www.outono.net/elentir/2020/10/18/bravo-for-poland-denied-asylum-to-islamist-who-has-beheaded-a-teacher-in-france/

    Replies: @ziggurat, @iDeplorable, @MBlanc46, @Sol

    That article explains well the importance of pragmatic immigration policy:

    The Republic of Poland has been the target of a political and media smear campaign for its reluctant policy to welcome Muslim immigration.

    What few European politicians and media say is that Poland has been hosting a very high number of Ukrainian immigrants for years, who integrate easily into Polish society, unlike Muslim immigrants, who have created large ghettos in French cities, rejecting the customs of the country and creating a growing security problem. As a result of this migration policy, Poland has hardly been affected by the wave of Islamist terrorism that has caused serious attacks in countries such as France, Belgium and Spain.

    In addition, Poland has become one of the safest European countries for women, while other European countries even allow Muslim immigrants to marry and sexually abuse girls, in the face of overwhelming majority and silence from the mainstream media.

    Today, the wisdom of Polish immigration policy is once again evident when it was learned that Poland denied asylum to the family of the young Chechen Islamist who beheaded a teacher in France this week.

    • Thanks: bomag
  28. Pfffffft …..

    This is the same duplicitous bastard who has *invited* *tens of thousands* of ‘Syrian refugees’ into France, and has used the most dire legalistic threats to force east European states to institutionalise massive uncontrolled Muslim immigration.

    He’s all Piss and Wind, as the Australians say.

  29. @RichardTaylor
    @Impolitic


    They all have to go back.
     
    Unless a wave of White populism (by which I mean, actual Frenchmen) takes over, it won't happen. There will be sporadic responses, but so far, most of the French are obedient, like most Europeans. They do what their Smart and Cultured Superiors tell them to do.

    Replies: @Bardon Kaldian, @The Spirit of Enoch Powell

    Anglos seem to be more obedient, the native French at least manage to hold yellow vest rallies to fight for their own interests (albeit only economic interests as opposed to ethnic ones for the time being), us Anglos only get those kinds of numbers when protesting in favour of blacks or Muslims.

    • Agree: Lace
    • Thanks: RichardTaylor
  30. I live in France. Most of these deportations and expulsions are mostly for show; there is no willingness on the part of the French elite to deal with the intractable problem of an unassimilable Muslim community that is hostile to the native French and their culture.

    • Disagree: Corvinus
    • Replies: @anonymous
    @Diversity Heretic

    What is the rate of interracial marriage or liaisons producing children? Eventually the non-whites will be absorbed into the white population.

    Replies: @Alfa158, @Blue-eyed lovemonger, @ATBOTL, @Rob McX

    , @Achmed E. Newman
    @Diversity Heretic

    Yeah, but big viral outrages like this (could be) don't need the approval of the elites. I've written this many times. People think nobody will ever do something. Then one spark happens,and it's not just the courageous people who've been speaking out against the evil of the elites for years that start raising hell. Once the people decide it's time to raise hell, the elites better just shut up and get out of the way.

    Nobody knows which spark may light it all up. I'm something of a firebug myself, so I know about playing with fire.

    , @Alden
    @Diversity Heretic

    I assumed that, 231 Muslims being “prepared” for expulsion is just for show. I doubt most will actually be expelled but released.

    That mosque the be header and his parents attended has been declared closed for only 6 months. The congregation and Imans will just meet in the nearest city community center and become more radical and anti French.

  31. France’s government is publishing a book containing ridicule-Mohammed and other anti-religious cartoons, and sending it to all high schools in France, it seems to help light pre-civil-war type fires further.

    This was announced by the Président of France’s 13 regions, Renaud Muselier. The book is expected to have many Christianity-bashing cartoons as well. But people wonder – will they throw in one or two cartoons making fun of Moses or Jews?

    https://www.en24news.com/2020/10/a-book-of-cartoons-distributed-in-high-schools-to-defend-freedom-of-expression.html

    For Muslims in France these cartoons feel as if a direct provocation of Mulsims, rather than France being a ‘freedom of speech’ country. It is well known there you are convicted, jailed, fined for criticising Jews and Judaism there – as Unz articles report on French figures such as Hervé Ryssen, Alain Soral, Dieudonné.

    French Muslims know it is forbidden there to speak boldly about Israelis killing Palestinians, Israeli occupation of Muslim holy city Jerusalem, or to question the Holocaust which is often portrayed as a hoax in Muslim media. Why, they ask, is it permitted to insult Muslim leader Mohammed, but not Jewish leader Netanyahu?

    • Replies: @Rosie
    @brabantian


    For Muslims in France these cartoons feel as if a direct provocation of Mulsims, rather than France being a ‘freedom of speech’ country.
     
    Doesn't all controversial speech (the only kind that needs protection) feel like a direct provocation of someone? That is no excuse.

    Replies: @Colin Wright

    , @Fran800
    @brabantian

    Muslim Holy City - Jerusalem? Really? Jews naturally claim it as it was created by Jews and their capital city for millennia. As for Christians, Jesus was born in Bethleham and tried and executed there. It was holy to the Byzantine Empire who controlled it for centuries before being conquered by Arabs. Muslims?? It is not even mentioned in the Koran. Muslims didn't care about it until they saw that it was holy to someone else. They also conquered Constantinople and are now returning the most holy church Hagia Sophia, which will entail once more destroying the magnificent art works there. They are threatening other holy places there. Turks conquered 40% of the territory of Cyprus and turned 4th century monasteries into stables. They also claim Rome. Remember Muslims lining up Christian Copts on the shores of the Mediterranean in Libya and slitting their throats as they chanted their intention to conquer Rome.

    Replies: @MBlanc46, @Anonymous

  32. @Grahamsno(G64)
    @Colin Wright

    Do you get money from CAIR to shill for Muslims on every single thread Mohammed Wright?

    Replies: @but an humble craftsman, @The Spirit of Enoch Powell

    Some people let their anti-Zionism get the better of them to the extent they start shilling for Muslims as a whole, even though anti-Zionism mainly concerns Western populations and Palestinians.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    @The Spirit of Enoch Powell

    'Some people let their anti-Zionism get the better of them to the extent they start shilling for Muslims as a whole, even though anti-Zionism mainly concerns Western populations and Palestinians.'

    If you refuse to read what I actually wrote, there's not much I can do about that.

  33. @Lot
    @Daniel H

    Israel’s solution is to bribe Rwanda and Uganda to take its African migrants.

    I am wholly unimpressed by Macron’s “raids.” The solution is prohibit not just migration, but all entry from Muslim nations. Next, giant cuts to welfare.

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @Rob McX

    I am wholly unimpressed by Macron’s “raids.”

    You’re right. France, unlike most white countries, has a strong anti-immigration party. Therefore the corrupt mainstream parties have to up their game in pretending to do something about immigration and terrorism. When they announce these expulsions of the “enemy within”, they should be asked who allowed the enemy into France in the first place.

    • Agree: bomag
  34. @Torn and Frayed
    Jean-Luc Mélenchon, leader of the anti-establishment Left, and long a close friend of Islam, is attempting to compartmentalize to just the Chechen community the outrage in response to this attack. He has declared it a mistake to take so many Chechens in and blamed it on anti-Putin sentiment within the French government. He is calling for a review of all Chechen refugees and the expulsion of any with a radical social media profile. Everyone knows the problem is much larger than just Chechens.

    It is important to note that the 231 Islamists being prepared for expulsion are all in France illegally. They are classified as "fichés S" which means they are a national security risk. Marine Le Pen is pointing out that there are more than 4000 "fichés S" foreigners who are being allowed to stay in France.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Rob

    But, man for man, Chechens tend to be a handful.

    • Agree: Colin Wright
    • Replies: @Almost Missouri
    @Steve Sailer

    Side effect of being 90 IQ instead of 80 IQ?

    https://twitter.com/akarlin88/status/1317063193026580482

    , @Anonymous
    @Steve Sailer

    Nothing a spot of banishment in Siberia cannot cure.

    Just which stupid-bastard post Stalin Soviet leader allowed them to return?
    - the beginning of the end of the Soviet Union must be traceable from then on in.

  35. @Diversity Heretic
    I live in France. Most of these deportations and expulsions are mostly for show; there is no willingness on the part of the French elite to deal with the intractable problem of an unassimilable Muslim community that is hostile to the native French and their culture.

    Replies: @anonymous, @Achmed E. Newman, @Alden

    What is the rate of interracial marriage or liaisons producing children? Eventually the non-whites will be absorbed into the white population.

    • Replies: @Alfa158
    @anonymous

    That’s not the intention. Looked at demographic trends lately? How about movies, TV shows and advertisements? The plan is that eventually Whites will be absorbed into the non-White population. The people pushing this realize that it is the only possible way that The Gap can ever be closed and racial paradise can be achieved.

    , @Blue-eyed lovemonger
    @anonymous

    This is an incredibly moronic comment. We Europeans are a minority of the world population. We have no ability to absorb other populations. It is a mathematical impossibility. Our only chance at remaining a distinct population is some form of separation.

    And that is exactly why there are so many prominent "intellectuals" trying to convince us that any form of separation is impossible in the modern globalized world. This is patently not true. People of the United States of America are a proof of that. They lived side by side with blacks for more than 400 years with minimal amount of mixing (until recently). With actual borders separating the populations, the separation is not only possible but quite easy to achieve. But alas borders are not cool anymore.

    Replies: @anonymous

    , @ATBOTL
    @anonymous


    What is the rate of interracial marriage or liaisons producing children? Eventually the non-whites will be absorbed into the white population.
     
    That's impossible. "Absorbing" non-white blood makes a people not white. This anon is pushing the "whiteshift" concept, the idea that white people will be mixed out of existence, but somehow, the non-white people who result from that mixing will still be "white." It's a ridiculous idea, but it's being pushed because studies by anti-white academics showed that being given this line tends to make whites less concerned about being replaced. The message is that white civilization will go along fine without white people. "Whiteshift" is not a good faith argument, it's simply a rhetorical tactic meant to make conservative whites passive in the face of replacement.

    Expect "whiteshift" type rhetoric to become more and more prominent in the anti-white establishment's propaganda during this decade.
    , @Rob McX
    @anonymous


    Eventually the non-whites will be absorbed into the white population.
     
    Or vice versa, as the non-whites - who constitute close to 90 per cent of the world's population - will keep coming in. The longterm plan of the pro-immigrationists is that this miscegenation will completely wipe out whites.
  36. @Daniel H
    When the need comes (and it will) to expel thousands, tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands, how will the French manage it? For sure, the countries of origin will not accept these mass deportations, for various reasons. I guess the French could send them all to French Guiana, set up camps to house then indefinitely (out of sight, out of mind), or just turn them loose in the jungle with a canteen of water and let them fend for themselves, with the belief and hope that not many will be able to survive too long. I doubt the Brazilians or Venezuelans would be happy with this plan. Maybe we can bring back the idea or the entrepot. The French could sieze a slice of land in North or West Africa, warehouse the inmates there, give them 1,000 Euros and just push them across the border, let them make their way to their original lands. Again the problem with adjoining nations, but if things get really heated, who knows what measures will be contemplated.

    Replies: @Lot, @The Wild Geese Howard, @MikeJa, @threestars, @mattminda1, @Billy D. Helper, @Adûnâi

    The French could sieze a slice of land in North or West Africa, warehouse the inmates there

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Barkhane

  37. Millions more to go.

  38. @brabantian
    France's government is publishing a book containing ridicule-Mohammed and other anti-religious cartoons, and sending it to all high schools in France, it seems to help light pre-civil-war type fires further.

    This was announced by the Président of France's 13 regions, Renaud Muselier. The book is expected to have many Christianity-bashing cartoons as well. But people wonder - will they throw in one or two cartoons making fun of Moses or Jews?

    https://www.en24news.com/2020/10/a-book-of-cartoons-distributed-in-high-schools-to-defend-freedom-of-expression.html

    For Muslims in France these cartoons feel as if a direct provocation of Mulsims, rather than France being a 'freedom of speech' country. It is well known there you are convicted, jailed, fined for criticising Jews and Judaism there - as Unz articles report on French figures such as Hervé Ryssen, Alain Soral, Dieudonné.

    French Muslims know it is forbidden there to speak boldly about Israelis killing Palestinians, Israeli occupation of Muslim holy city Jerusalem, or to question the Holocaust which is often portrayed as a hoax in Muslim media. Why, they ask, is it permitted to insult Muslim leader Mohammed, but not Jewish leader Netanyahu?

    Replies: @Rosie, @Fran800

    For Muslims in France these cartoons feel as if a direct provocation of Mulsims, rather than France being a ‘freedom of speech’ country.

    Doesn’t all controversial speech (the only kind that needs protection) feel like a direct provocation of someone? That is no excuse.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    @Rosie

    'Doesn’t all controversial speech (the only kind that needs protection) feel like a direct provocation of someone? That is no excuse.'

    You're right. At the same time, the French position would be somewhat more impressive if they were as willing to permit similarly derogatory cartoons of, say, Jews.

    Replies: @Rosie

  39. @Impolitic
    They all have to go back.

    Replies: @RichardTaylor, @gate666, @Jus' Sayin'...

    keep dreaming.

  40. @ziggurat
    @Ganderson

    I like this scene from an episode of the BBC series "NCS Manhunt" in 2001.

    "I Am An Englishman".

    I am English and Proud, Not Racist!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MWHPJ8hO-ZM


    04:57

    My gripe is quite simple. My gripe is that we were never asked. My gripe is that we were told, not asked.

    And every day we are told again and again, how we are to be and how our country is to be.

    We're told by them and we know who they are. They're English too. They're the class that has always set themselves apart. They're the class that has always taken whatever they wanted for themselves.

    And now they are the class that's giving England away. They have never asked us and they never will.

    Do we allow them to sell our heritage or is it time for us to speak?
     

    Replies: @Redneck farmer, @The Spirit of Enoch Powell, @Jus' Sayin'...

    Was this a good guy, or bad guy?

    • Replies: @Dan Hayes
    @Redneck farmer

    The original plan was to present him as a racist heavy but, as so often happens, the best laid plans of mice and men often go awry!

  41. @Steve Sailer
    @Torn and Frayed

    But, man for man, Chechens tend to be a handful.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @Anonymous

    Side effect of being 90 IQ instead of 80 IQ?

  42. the fury of the response had France’s right wing speaking in terms of warfare

    Just to be clear, when the NYT says “France’s right wing”, do they mean the Macron-Rothschild-negro-rent-boy right or do they mean dirigistepetit-bureaucrat-pension-having right?

    Cuz I’m pretty sure they don’t mean the identitarian-pure-laine-Jeanne-d’Arc right.

  43. @Bardon Kaldian
    @RichardTaylor

    Populism is not enough. You gotta start thinking like Kim the Fat, the King of the North:

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/ENYEt5uUYAAGgUB?format=jpg&name=900x900

    https://www.unz.com/akarlin/25-million-best-koreans/


    During a 2006 meeting between North and South Korean delegates, the former brought up the topic of South Korea’s so-called race mixing. When a Southern representative (falsely) stated that the amount of mixing amounted no more than a “drop of ink in the Han River,” the reply from the North was blunt: “Not even one drop of ink must be allowed to fall in the Han River
     

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @Reg Cæsar, @Dumbo

    What about a drop of Wite-Out®?

    Asking for a friend. No really.

    It is “Correction Fluid”, you know.

    • LOL: Bardon Kaldian
  44. Somewhat related- Muslims support for Trump nearly doubles since 2016-

    https://religionnews.com/2020/10/01/poll-muslim-american-support-for-trump-rises-but-most-plan-to-vote-for-biden/

    And, no, this is not a case of “Trump increases his support among Muslims 100%, another Muslim guy agrees to vote for him!”, as this new level of support is now comparable to, say, the % of Jews who in polls say they’ll vote Trump. Considering how publicly, incontrovertibly antithetical Trump is to Islam (remember the impetus for his entire 2016 campaign was Muslim massacres in Florida and San Bernardino, and the one campaign promise he has fulfilled reasonably well is bringing down Muslim immigration through closing such loopholes as refugee resettlement) this is remarkable.

    My hunch has always been that BLM hysteria will significantly improve Trump’s performance among non-white voters (including blacks), though whether this offsets the number of suburban, “respectable” whites who have abandoned him in hopes that the media WILL- JUST- MAKE- THE PAIN- STOP- if they elect Biden remains to be seen.

    Muslims often being small business owners with regrettably close contacts to blacks (the proverbial convenience store owner with bullet proof glass in front of the cash register) this is understandable, and what 2020 has really brought home to me is America’s white person problem, given the 20-30% of whites who completely lost their minds during the Summer of Floyd. Like MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE, where decent people must make tactical common cause with the radically evil SS in order to thwart the global nuclear war planned by the only averagely evil mainstream Nazis, is our fate as deplorables to forever navigate a shifting, tangled web of alliances in this new Ottoman America? Personally losing whatever right I had in 2000 to insult a venerated religious figure to his followers’ faces seems minor compared to losing any right to protect my own property or person should a numinous Negro decide to appropriate it (with full backing of my local left-wing DA) to whatever purposes he sees fit.

  45. @Diversity Heretic
    I live in France. Most of these deportations and expulsions are mostly for show; there is no willingness on the part of the French elite to deal with the intractable problem of an unassimilable Muslim community that is hostile to the native French and their culture.

    Replies: @anonymous, @Achmed E. Newman, @Alden

    Yeah, but big viral outrages like this (could be) don’t need the approval of the elites. I’ve written this many times. People think nobody will ever do something. Then one spark happens,and it’s not just the courageous people who’ve been speaking out against the evil of the elites for years that start raising hell. Once the people decide it’s time to raise hell, the elites better just shut up and get out of the way.

    Nobody knows which spark may light it all up. I’m something of a firebug myself, so I know about playing with fire.

  46. This is a small consolation for European nationalists. France will force secularization (laïcité) on their new imported underclass. It has to. This will pacify the French (Français de souche). Pacification will allow the demographic replacement to continue. And then someday the Turkish scenario will happen. Ataturk was part of west Turkey elite that led an European style politics in Turkey. West Turkey, meaning Turkey west of Bosporus is essentially Greek and European. He was born in a town almost bordering on Greece. But that was never sustainable. Slowly but surely Anatolians elected their own man Erdogan. Everybody acted surprised but it was bound to happen. Huntington even predicted it.

    France will be the same. The French upper class will rule the country for quite a long time. But then one day the masses of imported demographics will just elect their own guy. And that will be the end of it. The French elites don’t care about demographics because they think they can rule regardless. But in the long run they will be replaced just as working class in France is being replaced right now.

    European nationalists must use this opportunity to make their own case. Not to double down on laïcité and assimilation. This does not help our cause at all.

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @Blue eyed lovemonger


    European nationalists must use this opportunity to make their own case. Not to double down on laïcité and assimilation. This does not help our cause at all.
     
    Indeed. Assimilation and getting immigrants to "accept secular European values" is the most pathetic dead end in politics. Adherence to their religion and culture is just a manifestation of genetic difference, which can't be erased. The most fanatical Islamists are often second or third generation immigrants.

    Replies: @Colin Wright

  47. @ziggurat

    As much as the Charlie Hebdo killings, the beheading of Mr. Paty has struck deep inside the French psyche as an assault on a principal pillar of the French republic — the secular public school system — as well as the nation’s devotion to freedom of speech.
     
    The toughest action (in terms of difficulty as well as efficacy) is to speak the truth. Denmark's new Prime Minister (elected in 2019) is getting closer:

    After all, she “has called Islam a barrier to integration, said some Muslims ‘do not respect the Danish judicial system’, that some Muslim women refuse to work for religious reasons, and that Muslim girls are subject to ‘massive social control,’” the Guardian reported in 2018. “She has also called for all Muslim schools in the country to be closed.”

    https://www.thenewamerican.com/world-news/europe/item/32529-immigrationism-dying-anti-immigration-left-leader-set-to-win-power-in-denmark
     

    This Prime Minister is a leftist, female politician, named Mette Frederiksen. She is the youngest Prime Minister ever at 41 years of age. If she can start to talk tough, maybe some other politicians can?

    In an interview with Kristeligt Dagblad, Frederiksen called for the "closure of all immigrant centres" and for the "resettlement of immigrants in North Africa".

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mette_Frederiksen
     

    One interesting story I heard from Mark Collett (of Britian's Patriotic Alternative) is a poll that was done of the Danish. They were asked if they were concerned that the rest of Europe may come to view them as Islamophobic. The vast majority of respondents said they were OK with that. I think that's where we need to get to. We just need to stop caring what other people think of us.

    Of course, that is harder than it should be, as we have unwittingly waded into the Tarpit of Cancellation Culture. Hopefully, we can extricate ourselves better than the dinosaurs.

    Replies: @Ganderson, @SkylertheWeird, @Peter Lund

    When I got off the train at Odense birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen in 2008, I thought I had landed in Algiers or Tunis.

    • Replies: @ziggurat
    @SkylertheWeird

    If Denmark could be mistaken for Algeria in 2008, I'd say things are likely a fair bit more Algerian 12 years later, sorry to say.

    I hope the adults in Denmark act soon enough to prevent their children from suffering a similar fate as "The Little Matchgirl", as recounted by Hans Christian Andersen.

    https://64.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m7qxixd9Z51qj5qvfo1_1280.jpg

    On a freezing New Year's Eve a poor young girl, shivering and barefoot, tries to sell matches in the street. Afraid to go home because her father will beat her for failing to sell any matches, she huddles in the angle between two houses and lights matches to warm herself.

    In the flame of the matches she sees a series of comforting visions: a warm stove, a holiday feast, a happy family, and a Christmas tree. In the sky she sees a shooting star, which her late grandmother had told her means someone is on their way to Heaven. In the flame of the next match she sees her grandmother, the only person to have treated her with love and kindness. To keep the vision of her grandmother alive as long as possible, the girl lights the entire bundle of matches.

    When the matches are gone the girl dies, and her grandmother carries her soul to Heaven. The next morning, passers-by find the girl frozen, and express pity. They do not know about the wonderful visions she had seen, or how happy she is with her grandmother in heaven.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Little_Match_Girl

  48. @Grahamsno(G64)
    @International Jew

    They're at least trying.

    Replies: @Hannah Katz

    Macron is no Charles Martel, but he should be.

  49. @Steve Sailer
    @Torn and Frayed

    But, man for man, Chechens tend to be a handful.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @Anonymous

    Nothing a spot of banishment in Siberia cannot cure.

    Just which stupid-bastard post Stalin Soviet leader allowed them to return?
    – the beginning of the end of the Soviet Union must be traceable from then on in.

  50. @ziggurat

    As much as the Charlie Hebdo killings, the beheading of Mr. Paty has struck deep inside the French psyche as an assault on a principal pillar of the French republic — the secular public school system — as well as the nation’s devotion to freedom of speech.
     
    The toughest action (in terms of difficulty as well as efficacy) is to speak the truth. Denmark's new Prime Minister (elected in 2019) is getting closer:

    After all, she “has called Islam a barrier to integration, said some Muslims ‘do not respect the Danish judicial system’, that some Muslim women refuse to work for religious reasons, and that Muslim girls are subject to ‘massive social control,’” the Guardian reported in 2018. “She has also called for all Muslim schools in the country to be closed.”

    https://www.thenewamerican.com/world-news/europe/item/32529-immigrationism-dying-anti-immigration-left-leader-set-to-win-power-in-denmark
     

    This Prime Minister is a leftist, female politician, named Mette Frederiksen. She is the youngest Prime Minister ever at 41 years of age. If she can start to talk tough, maybe some other politicians can?

    In an interview with Kristeligt Dagblad, Frederiksen called for the "closure of all immigrant centres" and for the "resettlement of immigrants in North Africa".

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mette_Frederiksen
     

    One interesting story I heard from Mark Collett (of Britian's Patriotic Alternative) is a poll that was done of the Danish. They were asked if they were concerned that the rest of Europe may come to view them as Islamophobic. The vast majority of respondents said they were OK with that. I think that's where we need to get to. We just need to stop caring what other people think of us.

    Of course, that is harder than it should be, as we have unwittingly waded into the Tarpit of Cancellation Culture. Hopefully, we can extricate ourselves better than the dinosaurs.

    Replies: @Ganderson, @SkylertheWeird, @Peter Lund

    That was indeed how Mette Frederiksen gained power — that, and lots of internal problems inside the major party on the “right”. It is not, however, how she has governed up until now.

    Our borders are still wide open, our judges are still extra-nice towards muzzies/afros, we still give them lots of free money, and they keep coming up with dumb plans to make it hard to keep the orc children away from our children in the schools.

    The age of criminal responsibility is still 15 (which is probably 3-5 years to high for our cultural enrichers). A previous “right-leaning” government lowered it to 14 and the next Socialdemocratic government promptly raised it back to 15. Mette Frederiksen has no intention of lowering it again. A previous “right-leaning” government also forced our judges to expel more criminals (unless they could prove it was against the international conventions we have ratified). The next Socialdemocratic government promptly changed the laws back so the judges could follow what they felt the conventions ought to say instead. Mette Frederiksen has no intention of fixing it back.

    • Thanks: bomag
    • Replies: @ziggurat
    @Peter Lund

    Thanks for the update. Sorry that Denmark's Prime Minister hasn't lived up to her campaign rhetoric.

    But things are easier said than done, especially in politics, especially when relating to immigration.

    I agree with most people here that Trump should have done more and faster, but there are definitely obstacles to even doing something as simple as putting a strong fence at our borders, requiring extraordinary political measures to even getting it started.

    Some of the blame has to go to "we the people" for not working harder to remove the opposition, which is about half the Republican Party and most of its leadership. We need to get more into the arena, rather than just cheer and boo from the sidelines.

  51. @Drake
    A simple anti-immigration slogan:

    "Don't fill your country with people who hate you."

    Replies: @Inquiring Mind

    The people of France will be able to deport people without Michelle Obama appearing on their television telling them with affected anguish in her voice, “Mais, ce n’est pas que nous sommes!”

    • LOL: AnotherDad
  52. Did you catch the part where they will teach Arabic in the schools so that children aren’t radicalised while being taught elsewhere?

  53. @Anonymous
    Muslims behead a priest and nobody cares. Behead a teacher and everybody panics.

    Replies: @Anon, @Anon, @Alden

    Exactly. But Europe will recover the faith or will cease to be Europe. Europeans are not a race.. they are a Christian culture. For hundreds of years, they have reached towards ideals of political justice and personal transcendence. Let’s see if they can find the way back.

    • Agree: BB753, Jus' Sayin'...
    • Replies: @Blue-eyed lovemonger
    @Anon

    Wrong. Europeans encompass multiple populations, but we are not just a Christian culture. We are Hellenic-Christian culture for starters. And we are distinct people. We are the only people in the World with hair colour other than black. And we are the only people in the World with eye colour other than dark brown (with minimal exceptions).

    We were great when we believed in Christ. And His teachings made us good. But religion in Europe (and elsewhere) always integrated some important pagan beliefs and folk practices. Christian teachings are universal, but Christianity as a culture was always localized. So when you talk about Christian culture, there is no Christian culture. There are Christian cultures.

    Jung hypothesized that Christianity as an ascetic culture lacked a Lover archetype. This archetype represents a sensual nature. A connection with earth, soil and flesh. This is why pagan and folk practices persisted and still persist to this day as an integral part of Christian cultures around the world.

    Replies: @Blue-eyed lovemonger

  54. Talk about to little too late

  55. They call 231 expelled a “mass expulsion”? This is a mass expulsion:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Expulsion_of_the_Moriscos

    • Replies: @The Spirit of Enoch Powell
    @BB753

    Or even this more pertinent example.

  56. Also in custody is the father of a student at the school who had denounced Mr. Paty online for showing the caricatures and had demanded his dismissal. The video circulated widely on social media.

    I guess France’s lack of anything on par with the First Amendment can cut both ways when it comes to responding to Muslim extremists. On the one hand, writers like Houellebecq have to tread very carefully when critiquing Islam or risk paying a whopping penalty, but on the other hand, if one Muslim extremist manages to really tick off the French state, they can start rounding up anybody who expressed views in line with those of the extremist, regardless of whether they’ve actually done anything. (Disclaimer: I know almost nothing about French law and could be totally misinterpreting the official basis for the government’s action here with respects to individuals who had no direct connection to the killer)

  57. @Colin Wright
    '...as well as the nation’s devotion to freedom of speech...'

    ?

    Replies: @Grahamsno(G64), @Kent Nationalist, @pirelli, @lavoisier

    Yeah, that stood out to me too. France’s “version” of the First Amendment is found in Articles 10 and 11 of the Declaration of Human and Civic Rights of 1789, which is incorporated in the French Constitution.

    Article 10: “No one may be disturbed on account of his opinions, even religious ones, as long as the manifestation of such opinions does not interfere with the established Law and Order.”

    Article 11: “The free communication of ideas and of opinions is one of the most precious rights of man. Any citizen may therefore speak, write and publish freely, except what is tantamount to the abuse of this liberty in the cases determined by Law.”

  58. @Redneck farmer
    @ziggurat

    Was this a good guy, or bad guy?

    Replies: @Dan Hayes

    The original plan was to present him as a racist heavy but, as so often happens, the best laid plans of mice and men often go awry!

  59. @ziggurat
    @Ganderson

    I like this scene from an episode of the BBC series "NCS Manhunt" in 2001.

    "I Am An Englishman".

    I am English and Proud, Not Racist!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MWHPJ8hO-ZM


    04:57

    My gripe is quite simple. My gripe is that we were never asked. My gripe is that we were told, not asked.

    And every day we are told again and again, how we are to be and how our country is to be.

    We're told by them and we know who they are. They're English too. They're the class that has always set themselves apart. They're the class that has always taken whatever they wanted for themselves.

    And now they are the class that's giving England away. They have never asked us and they never will.

    Do we allow them to sell our heritage or is it time for us to speak?
     

    Replies: @Redneck farmer, @The Spirit of Enoch Powell, @Jus' Sayin'...

    A nice edit of that speech made by YouKipper, they unfortunately nuked his YouTube channel but he is still on BitChute although he hasn’t uploaded in a long time.

    This particular video has around 800k views before it was taken down, but nationalists keep reuploading it.

    • Thanks: ziggurat
  60. Anon[531] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous
    Muslims behead a priest and nobody cares. Behead a teacher and everybody panics.

    Replies: @Anon, @Anon, @Alden

    Teachers in France are reliable leftists and support leftist governments. They’re exactly like the leftist noodles protesting in Portland. This is why it scares Macron. Leftist teachers are necessary to indoctrinate the next generation, and if they start getting killed by radical Muzzies, it’s all over for the left in France. The teachers will become scared by the results of their own ideology and move right.

    • Replies: @silviosilver
    @Anon


    The teachers will become scared by the results of their own ideology and move right.
     
    You (and I) wish. But more likely, they'll just cuck harder. For so long as they view whites as the oppressor class and non-whites the oppressed, we have no right to expect them to do otherwise.
  61. @anonymous
    @Diversity Heretic

    What is the rate of interracial marriage or liaisons producing children? Eventually the non-whites will be absorbed into the white population.

    Replies: @Alfa158, @Blue-eyed lovemonger, @ATBOTL, @Rob McX

    That’s not the intention. Looked at demographic trends lately? How about movies, TV shows and advertisements? The plan is that eventually Whites will be absorbed into the non-White population. The people pushing this realize that it is the only possible way that The Gap can ever be closed and racial paradise can be achieved.

  62. @Impolitic
    They all have to go back.

    Replies: @RichardTaylor, @gate666, @Jus' Sayin'...

    They all have to go back.

    Agreed. But this is the first teensy, tiny step in that direction.

    To paraphrase Churchill: This is not the end. This is not the beginning of the end but it may eventually be seen as the end of the beginning.

  63. @yarro
    Polish newspapers are reporting after Le Figaro that the beheader was refused asylum in Poland 2007. Partly because of this, he was also refused asylum initially in France, but the decision was overturned on appeal. The next step would be to put the traitorous judges themselves on trial...

    https://www.outono.net/elentir/2020/10/18/bravo-for-poland-denied-asylum-to-islamist-who-has-beheaded-a-teacher-in-france/

    Replies: @ziggurat, @iDeplorable, @MBlanc46, @Sol

    Partly because of this, he was also refused asylum initially in France, but the decision was overturned on appeal. The next step would be to put the traitorous judges themselves on trial…

    Same goes for the US. The judiciary is completely out of control.

    ““The judiciary of the United States is the subtle corps of sappers and miners constantly working under ground to undermine the foundations of our confederated fabric.” (Thomas Jefferson, Letter to Thomas Ritchie, Dec. 25, 1820)”

    The federal courts need to be reined in and more than a few judges severely punished as a warning to the rest.

  64. @Daniel H
    When the need comes (and it will) to expel thousands, tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands, how will the French manage it? For sure, the countries of origin will not accept these mass deportations, for various reasons. I guess the French could send them all to French Guiana, set up camps to house then indefinitely (out of sight, out of mind), or just turn them loose in the jungle with a canteen of water and let them fend for themselves, with the belief and hope that not many will be able to survive too long. I doubt the Brazilians or Venezuelans would be happy with this plan. Maybe we can bring back the idea or the entrepot. The French could sieze a slice of land in North or West Africa, warehouse the inmates there, give them 1,000 Euros and just push them across the border, let them make their way to their original lands. Again the problem with adjoining nations, but if things get really heated, who knows what measures will be contemplated.

    Replies: @Lot, @The Wild Geese Howard, @MikeJa, @threestars, @mattminda1, @Billy D. Helper, @Adûnâi

    Won’t the cases be appealed and ultimately dropped? The UK home secretaries have tried deporting the worst of the worst and they always seem to be hamstrung by the EU Human Rights Act. E.g. some of the original Rochdale rapists have served time and are walking the streets. I could be wrong but it sounds like Macron talking tough.

  65. @Anon
    @Anonymous

    Exactly. But Europe will recover the faith or will cease to be Europe. Europeans are not a race.. they are a Christian culture. For hundreds of years, they have reached towards ideals of political justice and personal transcendence. Let’s see if they can find the way back.

    Replies: @Blue-eyed lovemonger

    Wrong. Europeans encompass multiple populations, but we are not just a Christian culture. We are Hellenic-Christian culture for starters. And we are distinct people. We are the only people in the World with hair colour other than black. And we are the only people in the World with eye colour other than dark brown (with minimal exceptions).

    We were great when we believed in Christ. And His teachings made us good. But religion in Europe (and elsewhere) always integrated some important pagan beliefs and folk practices. Christian teachings are universal, but Christianity as a culture was always localized. So when you talk about Christian culture, there is no Christian culture. There are Christian cultures.

    Jung hypothesized that Christianity as an ascetic culture lacked a Lover archetype. This archetype represents a sensual nature. A connection with earth, soil and flesh. This is why pagan and folk practices persisted and still persist to this day as an integral part of Christian cultures around the world.

    • Replies: @Blue-eyed lovemonger
    @Blue-eyed lovemonger

    Don't get me wrong. I believe Jesus is our Lord and Savior and I believe His teachings are complete. But Christian culture itself is ascetic. I don't know why that is so. Maybe because early Christians expected the second coming of the Christ to happen soon. And they were carried by that thought. But Christ decided to wait a little longer and we have to continue to live and prosper in the meantime. Maybe Christian culture never adapted completely to that fact.

  66. @brabantian
    France's government is publishing a book containing ridicule-Mohammed and other anti-religious cartoons, and sending it to all high schools in France, it seems to help light pre-civil-war type fires further.

    This was announced by the Président of France's 13 regions, Renaud Muselier. The book is expected to have many Christianity-bashing cartoons as well. But people wonder - will they throw in one or two cartoons making fun of Moses or Jews?

    https://www.en24news.com/2020/10/a-book-of-cartoons-distributed-in-high-schools-to-defend-freedom-of-expression.html

    For Muslims in France these cartoons feel as if a direct provocation of Mulsims, rather than France being a 'freedom of speech' country. It is well known there you are convicted, jailed, fined for criticising Jews and Judaism there - as Unz articles report on French figures such as Hervé Ryssen, Alain Soral, Dieudonné.

    French Muslims know it is forbidden there to speak boldly about Israelis killing Palestinians, Israeli occupation of Muslim holy city Jerusalem, or to question the Holocaust which is often portrayed as a hoax in Muslim media. Why, they ask, is it permitted to insult Muslim leader Mohammed, but not Jewish leader Netanyahu?

    Replies: @Rosie, @Fran800

    Muslim Holy City – Jerusalem? Really? Jews naturally claim it as it was created by Jews and their capital city for millennia. As for Christians, Jesus was born in Bethleham and tried and executed there. It was holy to the Byzantine Empire who controlled it for centuries before being conquered by Arabs. Muslims?? It is not even mentioned in the Koran. Muslims didn’t care about it until they saw that it was holy to someone else. They also conquered Constantinople and are now returning the most holy church Hagia Sophia, which will entail once more destroying the magnificent art works there. They are threatening other holy places there. Turks conquered 40% of the territory of Cyprus and turned 4th century monasteries into stables. They also claim Rome. Remember Muslims lining up Christian Copts on the shores of the Mediterranean in Libya and slitting their throats as they chanted their intention to conquer Rome.

    • Replies: @MBlanc46
    @Fran800

    You need to search on Muhammad’s Night Journey. The first qiblah was Jerusalem.

    , @Anonymous
    @Fran800

    No need to 'conquer Rome'.

    The EU and the Italian political class will gladly, freely, hand it over to you on a plate.
    Just have the effrontery - like Merkel's million man mob - to march in and grab it.

    Oh, and Pope Francis would be more than happy to get on his knees, publicly scrub your dirty feet, and *literally* gift you with the Keys of St. Peter.

    Ridiculous. But True. Oh so true.

  67. @ziggurat
    @Ganderson

    I like this scene from an episode of the BBC series "NCS Manhunt" in 2001.

    "I Am An Englishman".

    I am English and Proud, Not Racist!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MWHPJ8hO-ZM


    04:57

    My gripe is quite simple. My gripe is that we were never asked. My gripe is that we were told, not asked.

    And every day we are told again and again, how we are to be and how our country is to be.

    We're told by them and we know who they are. They're English too. They're the class that has always set themselves apart. They're the class that has always taken whatever they wanted for themselves.

    And now they are the class that's giving England away. They have never asked us and they never will.

    Do we allow them to sell our heritage or is it time for us to speak?
     

    Replies: @Redneck farmer, @The Spirit of Enoch Powell, @Jus' Sayin'...

    An inspiring speech. I’m sure that they who run the Beeb – “and we know who they are” – see him as a super villain.

    There is still a very limited amount of time for Britons, Europeans, and their descendants around the world to save the magnificent legacy bequeathed to them by their ancestors. But that salvation cannot occur until an overwhelming majority are stirred by speeches like this, choose to overthrow their traitorous rulers, undo all those leaders’ nefarious works, restore their European heritage, and expel all those who seek its destruction.

    I don’t hold much hope that this will happen.

    • Agree: bomag, ziggurat
  68. .. struck deep inside the French psyche as an assault on a principal pillar of the French republic — the secular public school system ..

    Wow.

    You’d think the guy had blown up the Arc de Triomphe or something.

    France needs to show restraint. It needs to:

    • Return Corsica to the Genoans.
    • Southern Gaul to the Saracens.
    • Abolish its écoles, colleges, and lycées.

  69. @Blue-eyed lovemonger
    @Anon

    Wrong. Europeans encompass multiple populations, but we are not just a Christian culture. We are Hellenic-Christian culture for starters. And we are distinct people. We are the only people in the World with hair colour other than black. And we are the only people in the World with eye colour other than dark brown (with minimal exceptions).

    We were great when we believed in Christ. And His teachings made us good. But religion in Europe (and elsewhere) always integrated some important pagan beliefs and folk practices. Christian teachings are universal, but Christianity as a culture was always localized. So when you talk about Christian culture, there is no Christian culture. There are Christian cultures.

    Jung hypothesized that Christianity as an ascetic culture lacked a Lover archetype. This archetype represents a sensual nature. A connection with earth, soil and flesh. This is why pagan and folk practices persisted and still persist to this day as an integral part of Christian cultures around the world.

    Replies: @Blue-eyed lovemonger

    Don’t get me wrong. I believe Jesus is our Lord and Savior and I believe His teachings are complete. But Christian culture itself is ascetic. I don’t know why that is so. Maybe because early Christians expected the second coming of the Christ to happen soon. And they were carried by that thought. But Christ decided to wait a little longer and we have to continue to live and prosper in the meantime. Maybe Christian culture never adapted completely to that fact.

  70. @anonymous
    @Diversity Heretic

    What is the rate of interracial marriage or liaisons producing children? Eventually the non-whites will be absorbed into the white population.

    Replies: @Alfa158, @Blue-eyed lovemonger, @ATBOTL, @Rob McX

    This is an incredibly moronic comment. We Europeans are a minority of the world population. We have no ability to absorb other populations. It is a mathematical impossibility. Our only chance at remaining a distinct population is some form of separation.

    And that is exactly why there are so many prominent “intellectuals” trying to convince us that any form of separation is impossible in the modern globalized world. This is patently not true. People of the United States of America are a proof of that. They lived side by side with blacks for more than 400 years with minimal amount of mixing (until recently). With actual borders separating the populations, the separation is not only possible but quite easy to achieve. But alas borders are not cool anymore.

    • Agree: Mr McKenna, ziggurat
    • Replies: @anonymous
    @Blue-eyed lovemonger

    If the mixture combination in France is 60% white and 40% non-white then the successor population is a whitish breed of people. The inhabitants of southern Spain are a good reference point.

    Replies: @S. Anonyia

  71. So France’s response to its society disintegrating into jihadist chaos is to expel an infinitesimally tiny percentage of its vast ocean of illegals, i.e. a half-hearted, purely performative attempt at what a country should be doing anyway? There’s really nothing to say except LMAO and RIP.

  72. These halal food eating surrender monkeys made their own bed by choosing a Rothschild banker over Marine Le Pen.

  73. @BB753
    They call 231 expelled a "mass expulsion"? This is a mass expulsion:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Expulsion_of_the_Moriscos

    Replies: @The Spirit of Enoch Powell

    Or even this more pertinent example.

  74. The real story here is the strength of nationalism in France. This reaction is entirely out of fear that nationalists are on the verge of taking power. According the New York Times, “crime” and “African immigration” have been the biggest political issues in France in recent months.

  75. @Rosie
    @brabantian


    For Muslims in France these cartoons feel as if a direct provocation of Mulsims, rather than France being a ‘freedom of speech’ country.
     
    Doesn't all controversial speech (the only kind that needs protection) feel like a direct provocation of someone? That is no excuse.

    Replies: @Colin Wright

    ‘Doesn’t all controversial speech (the only kind that needs protection) feel like a direct provocation of someone? That is no excuse.’

    You’re right. At the same time, the French position would be somewhat more impressive if they were as willing to permit similarly derogatory cartoons of, say, Jews.

    • Agree: Lace
    • Replies: @Rosie
    @Colin Wright


    You’re right. At the same time, the French position would be somewhat more impressive if they were as willing to permit similarly derogatory cartoons of, say, Jews.
     
    I hear ya, but Christians have lived with the same double standard and not gone and beheaded school teachers. The appropriate reaction surely lies between the extremes of Western pacifism and Muslim outbursts of wanton violence (NAMALT, but still).

    Replies: @Colin Wright

  76. @anonymous
    @Diversity Heretic

    What is the rate of interracial marriage or liaisons producing children? Eventually the non-whites will be absorbed into the white population.

    Replies: @Alfa158, @Blue-eyed lovemonger, @ATBOTL, @Rob McX

    What is the rate of interracial marriage or liaisons producing children? Eventually the non-whites will be absorbed into the white population.

    That’s impossible. “Absorbing” non-white blood makes a people not white. This anon is pushing the “whiteshift” concept, the idea that white people will be mixed out of existence, but somehow, the non-white people who result from that mixing will still be “white.” It’s a ridiculous idea, but it’s being pushed because studies by anti-white academics showed that being given this line tends to make whites less concerned about being replaced. The message is that white civilization will go along fine without white people. “Whiteshift” is not a good faith argument, it’s simply a rhetorical tactic meant to make conservative whites passive in the face of replacement.

    Expect “whiteshift” type rhetoric to become more and more prominent in the anti-white establishment’s propaganda during this decade.

  77. France Expels Hundreds of Muslim Activists and Radicals

    I had this covered a while back, and don’t forget some of Marine Le Pen’s advisors were all hot to trot about the election in 2022 and they weren’t so concerned about the election in 2017 that Rothschild banker boy Macron won by getting all the non-French vote and by winning the votes of older French people concerned about keeping all their ill-gotten gains and the French Upper Middle Class globalizer scoundrels.

    I wrote this in June of 2019:

    Also, the True French are all set to take command and control of the nukes when Marine Le Pen wins in 2022, and the French military is reported to have contingency plans in place to use strategic deportations to maintain order in France, if necessary.

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/scorseses-rolling-thunder-revue-documentary/#comment-3283407

  78. @The Spirit of Enoch Powell
    @Grahamsno(G64)

    Some people let their anti-Zionism get the better of them to the extent they start shilling for Muslims as a whole, even though anti-Zionism mainly concerns Western populations and Palestinians.

    Replies: @Colin Wright

    ‘Some people let their anti-Zionism get the better of them to the extent they start shilling for Muslims as a whole, even though anti-Zionism mainly concerns Western populations and Palestinians.’

    If you refuse to read what I actually wrote, there’s not much I can do about that.

  79. France Expels Hundreds of Muslim Activists and Radicals

    I was mighty interested in the Muslim Removal Question in France it seems.

    In March of 2018 I wrote:

    European Christendom is more European than Christian. The pagan streams still run clear and cold as Christianity becomes dry and brittle.

    Christianity is either a fighting faith or it croaks. Christianity has become a surrender cult. Surrender cults don’t do well up against submission cults.

    I am too lazy to read Huntington’s book on geo-political cultural conflict. I am energetic plenty enough and clear-sighted enough to call for the mass deportation of foreigners. A rumour was on the internet that the French Deep State has contingency plans for the mass deportation of foreigners. Macron would do it to save the French ruling class.

    Christianity used to produce Greg Luzinski-type guys with warrior wings who had no problem delivering retaliation to invading Muslims in Europe. Globalization, financialization and anti-White propaganda have done much to destroy European Christendom.

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/human-rights-why-countries-differ/#comment-2227208

  80. @Bardon Kaldian
    @RichardTaylor

    Populism is not enough. You gotta start thinking like Kim the Fat, the King of the North:

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/ENYEt5uUYAAGgUB?format=jpg&name=900x900

    https://www.unz.com/akarlin/25-million-best-koreans/


    During a 2006 meeting between North and South Korean delegates, the former brought up the topic of South Korea’s so-called race mixing. When a Southern representative (falsely) stated that the amount of mixing amounted no more than a “drop of ink in the Han River,” the reply from the North was blunt: “Not even one drop of ink must be allowed to fall in the Han River
     

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @Reg Cæsar, @Dumbo

    For an alternative view, there is Pitchfork Ben’s older brother George D Tillman’s 1895 speech to the South Carolina legislature decrying a proposed one-drop rule:

    If the law is made as it now stands respectable families in Aiken, Barnwell, Colleton, and Orangeburg will be denied the right to intermarry among people with whom they are now associated and identified. At least one hundred families would be affected to my knowledge. They have sent good soldiers to the Confederate Army, and are now landowners and taxpayers. Those men served creditably, and it would be unjust and disgraceful to embarrass them in this way…

    It is a scientific fact that there is not one full-blooded Caucasian on the floor of this convention. Every member has in him a certain mixture of… colored blood. The pure-blooded white has needed and received a certain infusion of darker blood to give him readiness and purpose.

    http://shaybo-therisingtide.blogspot.com/2011/09/triumph-of-one-drop-rule-melungeon.html

    One source says that the first appearance of the one-drop rule in state law was in Tennessee in 1910.

    • Replies: @Bardon Kaldian
    @Reg Cæsar

    Well, aside prejudices & postjudices & IQ fetishism & blood metaphors: after 2-3 generations, a mixture with Indians, Asians etc. usually becomes barely noticeable. With blacks, alas, one can have a real black progeny after 3 generations or so (there were some instances).

    So, as far as I know, one drop rule applied, in practice, only to African-Americans.

  81. Adam Nossiter of the NY Times says this in 2018:

    He(Macron) is outflanking both the far-right’s National Front and the conventional right, both of whom make immigration their war cry. Mr. Macron is depriving them of the issue.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/05/world/europe/macron-new-years-eve-address-to-journalists-.html

    I wrote this in January of 2018:

    Macron is out-flanking nobody and he ain’t depriving no political party of the immigration issue. Macron is a globalizer puppet whore for the globalizer bankers. Macron is just spouting off like Merkel, Cameron, Sarkozy did around 2010. Phucking more politician horseshit from globalizer Macron the mass immigration pusher.

    Merkel in 2010:

    Merkel says German multicultural society has failed

    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-11559451

    I wrote this in January of 2018:

    Macron does know that the global asset bubbles created by the ECB, the Fed, the Bank of England, the Bank of Japan, the Bank of China and other central banks will soon implode. Macron learned enough about the shady shit the bankers pull while being a kept whore at one of them to understand that a massive global financial implosion is on the way.

    The French Deep State might have contingency plans for a wide scale foreigner removal program if it becomes necessary to protect the legitimacy and existence of the French state.

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/macron-still-at-it/#comment-2148850

  82. @Daniel H
    When the need comes (and it will) to expel thousands, tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands, how will the French manage it? For sure, the countries of origin will not accept these mass deportations, for various reasons. I guess the French could send them all to French Guiana, set up camps to house then indefinitely (out of sight, out of mind), or just turn them loose in the jungle with a canteen of water and let them fend for themselves, with the belief and hope that not many will be able to survive too long. I doubt the Brazilians or Venezuelans would be happy with this plan. Maybe we can bring back the idea or the entrepot. The French could sieze a slice of land in North or West Africa, warehouse the inmates there, give them 1,000 Euros and just push them across the border, let them make their way to their original lands. Again the problem with adjoining nations, but if things get really heated, who knows what measures will be contemplated.

    Replies: @Lot, @The Wild Geese Howard, @MikeJa, @threestars, @mattminda1, @Billy D. Helper, @Adûnâi

    Sending masses of violent foreigners to fend for themselves in the jungle? Giving them a homeland on the continent/s where they belong? You’re speaking as if those were bad things. (Pardon me if I misjudge your attitude) Given the will to do so, France has more than enough military power to strong arm Brazil and Venezuela, not to mention any Maghrebian or Stan “country”.

  83. @Jenner Ickham Errican
    From Le Figgero:

    Shockingly, the favored real-life model candidate for the next official patriotic personification of the French Republic known as “Marianne” was included in the expulsion—a 22 year old Somali woman, Bifa Leisha.
     

    Replies: @Joe Stalin

    Shockingly, the favored real-life model candidate for the next official patriotic personification of the French Republic known as “Shockingly, the favored real-life model candidate for the next official patriotic personification of the French Republic known as “Marianne” was included in the expulsion—a 22 year old Somali woman, Bifa Leisha.” was included in the expulsion—a 22 year old Somali woman, Bifa Leisha.

    A far cry from an actual “Marianne.”

  84. …for showing caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad in class.

    He’s not a “Prophet”. He was a purported prophet. Self-proclaimed.

    Collective Against Islamophobia

    Which Jewish PR man came up with this ridiculous term for simple common sense?

    C.C.I.F.

    “Can’t Curse in France”

    an 18-year-old Chechen refugee named Abdullakh Anzorov…

    Chechens have Arabic first names and Russian surnames. No wonder they’re so mixed up. Like our own Jamaal Joneses.

    The teacher was Samuel Paty, 47, who taught history and geography in the quiet suburb of Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, about 20km outside Paris, and was on his way home from school when he was attacked.

    https://www.thelocal.fr/20201017/the-mohammed-cartoon-beheading-what-we-know-so-far

    France needs concealed carry. Avant hier.

    Aux armes, les citoyens!

  85. France Expels Hundreds of… Radicals

    Did the UK as well?

    In his later years, [Spencer] Davis became an honorary member of the Wales nationalist party Plaid Cymru.

    He continued to support the party after moving to Catalina Island, a small island off the coast of Southern California.

    Give him some lovin’:

    Spencer Davis dead: Keep On Running hitmaker dies aged 81

  86. @Blue-eyed lovemonger
    @anonymous

    This is an incredibly moronic comment. We Europeans are a minority of the world population. We have no ability to absorb other populations. It is a mathematical impossibility. Our only chance at remaining a distinct population is some form of separation.

    And that is exactly why there are so many prominent "intellectuals" trying to convince us that any form of separation is impossible in the modern globalized world. This is patently not true. People of the United States of America are a proof of that. They lived side by side with blacks for more than 400 years with minimal amount of mixing (until recently). With actual borders separating the populations, the separation is not only possible but quite easy to achieve. But alas borders are not cool anymore.

    Replies: @anonymous

    If the mixture combination in France is 60% white and 40% non-white then the successor population is a whitish breed of people. The inhabitants of southern Spain are a good reference point.

    • Replies: @S. Anonyia
    @anonymous

    You’re right that they’ll be “whitish” but Southern Spain is white. It’s only like 5-10 % North African at most, so not a good reference point.

    I’d say the coasts of Tunisia would be a better comparison. They clearly have heavy Southern European admixture in addition to Maghreb and Berber ancestry.

    Replies: @anonymous

  87. @Torn and Frayed
    Jean-Luc Mélenchon, leader of the anti-establishment Left, and long a close friend of Islam, is attempting to compartmentalize to just the Chechen community the outrage in response to this attack. He has declared it a mistake to take so many Chechens in and blamed it on anti-Putin sentiment within the French government. He is calling for a review of all Chechen refugees and the expulsion of any with a radical social media profile. Everyone knows the problem is much larger than just Chechens.

    It is important to note that the 231 Islamists being prepared for expulsion are all in France illegally. They are classified as "fichés S" which means they are a national security risk. Marine Le Pen is pointing out that there are more than 4000 "fichés S" foreigners who are being allowed to stay in France.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Rob

    Do speak French and know some French people? If you anyone here speaks French well, and especially if you’ve lived in France, I would really like to know your estimation of Marine Le Pen’s chances in the next few elections, and the future of the French nation.

    It seems to me that probably a lot of people who won’t vote against her because of her grandfather’s(? Father?), but those people are getting long in the tooth. As the wokies are always saying about older white conservatives, they are dying, and the endless horde is growing, Eventually the stink of his National Socialist adjacent polItics will wear off as the boomer generation dies.

    Not to mention, the aliens’ behavior will likely get more brazen as they grow, driving more French to the pro-French side of the great political divide, by analogy to whites voting more Republican in areas with more blacks. Whites who live in heavily Hispanic areas don’t vote more Republican, though. I think blacks are the better comparison population, because the beurs are so hostile to the host society,

    Will the French population become populist faster than the aliens become voters?

    It seems that the example of American blacks shows that a people can be born in a country, but have a hostile relationship with the nation. Like blacks, the arab’s lower IQs will ensure that their is an unassimilable portion of the population, even if France manages to integrate a few into French culture.

    Finally, what could be done about the ones who were born in France? Could they be legally depatriated just by the government passing a law, or would it require something like a constitutional amendment or withdrawal from treaties. Is expulsion more likely than territorial concessions in France. Or will France be like America and try to muddle through, trying to uplift them with less and less hope each time?

    C’mon, we’re a fairly sophisticated commentariat, someone bust be well connected with France.

    • Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard
    @Rob

    French youth are quite woke in their own right.

    I know a fair number of middle and upper-middle class maghrebiennes who consider themselves a kind of nouvelles françaises.

    That said, I these moves are Macron triangulating against Le Pen and the FN in preparation for 2022.

  88. “France Expels Hundreds of Muslim Activists and Radicals”

    isn’t that the approximate number of new muslim activists and radicals who are born in France every week?

    seems like they’re running in place now. an actual Red Queen scenario, a la Ridley.

  89. @Colin Wright
    @Rosie

    'Doesn’t all controversial speech (the only kind that needs protection) feel like a direct provocation of someone? That is no excuse.'

    You're right. At the same time, the French position would be somewhat more impressive if they were as willing to permit similarly derogatory cartoons of, say, Jews.

    Replies: @Rosie

    You’re right. At the same time, the French position would be somewhat more impressive if they were as willing to permit similarly derogatory cartoons of, say, Jews.

    I hear ya, but Christians have lived with the same double standard and not gone and beheaded school teachers. The appropriate reaction surely lies between the extremes of Western pacifism and Muslim outbursts of wanton violence (NAMALT, but still).

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    @Rosie

    'I hear ya, but Christians have lived with the same double standard and not gone and beheaded school teachers. The appropriate reaction surely lies between the extremes of Western pacifism and Muslim outbursts of wanton violence (NAMALT, but still).'

    People will berate me for excusing all Muslim misbehavior here, etc -- but I'll point out something out.

    First off, the killer here wasn't a Turk, or a Bangladeshi, or a Tunisian. He was a Chechen. Chechens, in particular, seem to be particularly prone to acts of violent terrorism. Our Boston Marathon bomber was a Chechen, for example.

    So your condemnation might be more focussed. Some emphatically non-Muslim groups have been prone to terrorism: Irishmen and Basques come to mind. Lords Liberation Army adherents are definitely murderous. However, not all Christians are terrorists.

    Ditto -- to at least some extent -- for Muslims. Chechens really seem to be a menace. I don't see why anyone feels obliged to admit them. Saudis have a pretty bad track record as well. I saw the aftermath of a particularly horrific Kurdish bombing in Ankara. But, on the other hand, some other nationalities haven't been involved in terrorism at all. How many Malaysian terrorists have there been?

    A fifth of all humanity are Muslims. It's not very useful to brand them all as terrorists. That's close to saying something like 'all men are bad.' Even if true, it doesn't get us very far.

    Replies: @Rosie, @HA

  90. @anonymous
    @Diversity Heretic

    What is the rate of interracial marriage or liaisons producing children? Eventually the non-whites will be absorbed into the white population.

    Replies: @Alfa158, @Blue-eyed lovemonger, @ATBOTL, @Rob McX

    Eventually the non-whites will be absorbed into the white population.

    Or vice versa, as the non-whites – who constitute close to 90 per cent of the world’s population – will keep coming in. The longterm plan of the pro-immigrationists is that this miscegenation will completely wipe out whites.

  91. @Blue eyed lovemonger
    This is a small consolation for European nationalists. France will force secularization (laïcité) on their new imported underclass. It has to. This will pacify the French (Français de souche). Pacification will allow the demographic replacement to continue. And then someday the Turkish scenario will happen. Ataturk was part of west Turkey elite that led an European style politics in Turkey. West Turkey, meaning Turkey west of Bosporus is essentially Greek and European. He was born in a town almost bordering on Greece. But that was never sustainable. Slowly but surely Anatolians elected their own man Erdogan. Everybody acted surprised but it was bound to happen. Huntington even predicted it.

    France will be the same. The French upper class will rule the country for quite a long time. But then one day the masses of imported demographics will just elect their own guy. And that will be the end of it. The French elites don't care about demographics because they think they can rule regardless. But in the long run they will be replaced just as working class in France is being replaced right now.

    European nationalists must use this opportunity to make their own case. Not to double down on laïcité and assimilation. This does not help our cause at all.

    Replies: @Rob McX

    European nationalists must use this opportunity to make their own case. Not to double down on laïcité and assimilation. This does not help our cause at all.

    Indeed. Assimilation and getting immigrants to “accept secular European values” is the most pathetic dead end in politics. Adherence to their religion and culture is just a manifestation of genetic difference, which can’t be erased. The most fanatical Islamists are often second or third generation immigrants.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    @Rob McX

    '...Adherence to their religion and culture is just a manifestation of genetic difference, which can’t be erased...'

    This is why Egypt is still Christian, Palestinians still practice Judaism, and most Spaniards are still Muslims. Your remark may be the most ridiculous piece of bullshit I've read today.

    Replies: @Rob McX, @Ricko

  92. @Daniel H
    When the need comes (and it will) to expel thousands, tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands, how will the French manage it? For sure, the countries of origin will not accept these mass deportations, for various reasons. I guess the French could send them all to French Guiana, set up camps to house then indefinitely (out of sight, out of mind), or just turn them loose in the jungle with a canteen of water and let them fend for themselves, with the belief and hope that not many will be able to survive too long. I doubt the Brazilians or Venezuelans would be happy with this plan. Maybe we can bring back the idea or the entrepot. The French could sieze a slice of land in North or West Africa, warehouse the inmates there, give them 1,000 Euros and just push them across the border, let them make their way to their original lands. Again the problem with adjoining nations, but if things get really heated, who knows what measures will be contemplated.

    Replies: @Lot, @The Wild Geese Howard, @MikeJa, @threestars, @mattminda1, @Billy D. Helper, @Adûnâi

    just drop them off at a beach of a muslim country, easy

  93. @Reg Cæsar
    @Bardon Kaldian

    For an alternative view, there is Pitchfork Ben's older brother George D Tillman's 1895 speech to the South Carolina legislature decrying a proposed one-drop rule:


    If the law is made as it now stands respectable families in Aiken, Barnwell, Colleton, and Orangeburg will be denied the right to intermarry among people with whom they are now associated and identified. At least one hundred families would be affected to my knowledge. They have sent good soldiers to the Confederate Army, and are now landowners and taxpayers. Those men served creditably, and it would be unjust and disgraceful to embarrass them in this way...

    It is a scientific fact that there is not one full-blooded Caucasian on the floor of this convention. Every member has in him a certain mixture of… colored blood. The pure-blooded white has needed and received a certain infusion of darker blood to give him readiness and purpose.

    http://shaybo-therisingtide.blogspot.com/2011/09/triumph-of-one-drop-rule-melungeon.html
     

    One source says that the first appearance of the one-drop rule in state law was in Tennessee in 1910.

    Replies: @Bardon Kaldian

    Well, aside prejudices & postjudices & IQ fetishism & blood metaphors: after 2-3 generations, a mixture with Indians, Asians etc. usually becomes barely noticeable. With blacks, alas, one can have a real black progeny after 3 generations or so (there were some instances).

    So, as far as I know, one drop rule applied, in practice, only to African-Americans.

  94. Already, 15 people have been arrested, including family members of the suspect, an 18-year-old Chechen refugee named Abdullakh Anzorov, who was shot dead by the police Friday night after the killing. Also in custody is the father of a student at the school who had denounced Mr. Paty online for showing the caricatures and had demanded his dismissal. The video circulated widely on social media.

    Sure thing whatever the state apparatus and big media say. Always convenient to shoot the boy culprit before he can talk. Guilty for sure as he is now Dead, Crime Solved!!! always they laid it all out on social media before hand. Perfect, has the Modus Operandi of your typical Muslim Immigrant Blood Thirsty Killer—–errrr sorry, I meant False Flag Operation.

    All the Euro Dumb Asses like to get suckered. As long as the nominated perpetrator is a Muslim or Darkey, the story should be just accepted as is, no questions, as it is too good to pass up.

    Lap up all the BS and instead of fix your country. Macron, nice job, you deserve another term as now the French Right will support you. LOL.

  95. @Rosie
    @Colin Wright


    You’re right. At the same time, the French position would be somewhat more impressive if they were as willing to permit similarly derogatory cartoons of, say, Jews.
     
    I hear ya, but Christians have lived with the same double standard and not gone and beheaded school teachers. The appropriate reaction surely lies between the extremes of Western pacifism and Muslim outbursts of wanton violence (NAMALT, but still).

    Replies: @Colin Wright

    ‘I hear ya, but Christians have lived with the same double standard and not gone and beheaded school teachers. The appropriate reaction surely lies between the extremes of Western pacifism and Muslim outbursts of wanton violence (NAMALT, but still).’

    People will berate me for excusing all Muslim misbehavior here, etc — but I’ll point out something out.

    First off, the killer here wasn’t a Turk, or a Bangladeshi, or a Tunisian. He was a Chechen. Chechens, in particular, seem to be particularly prone to acts of violent terrorism. Our Boston Marathon bomber was a Chechen, for example.

    So your condemnation might be more focussed. Some emphatically non-Muslim groups have been prone to terrorism: Irishmen and Basques come to mind. Lords Liberation Army adherents are definitely murderous. However, not all Christians are terrorists.

    Ditto — to at least some extent — for Muslims. Chechens really seem to be a menace. I don’t see why anyone feels obliged to admit them. Saudis have a pretty bad track record as well. I saw the aftermath of a particularly horrific Kurdish bombing in Ankara. But, on the other hand, some other nationalities haven’t been involved in terrorism at all. How many Malaysian terrorists have there been?

    A fifth of all humanity are Muslims. It’s not very useful to brand them all as terrorists. That’s close to saying something like ‘all men are bad.’ Even if true, it doesn’t get us very far.

    • Replies: @Rosie
    @Colin Wright


    A fifth of all humanity are Muslims. It’s not very useful to brand them all as terrorists. That’s close to saying something like ‘all men are bad.’ Even if true, it doesn’t get us very far.
     
    I don't disagree with that. All I'm saying is that the double standard concerning freedom of speech about other people's religion, while unacceptable for any number of reasons, does not mitigate the crime under discussion here.
    , @HA
    @Colin Wright

    "A fifth of all humanity are Muslims. It’s not very useful to brand them all as terrorists."

    So how many Jews do there need to be before it is no longer "useful" for others to condemn them?

    I mean, they're no longer in demographic peril in Israel, so I suppose they can just keep on growing, given that that's apparently all that is needed to win you over.

    Replies: @Colin Wright

  96. @Rob McX
    @Blue eyed lovemonger


    European nationalists must use this opportunity to make their own case. Not to double down on laïcité and assimilation. This does not help our cause at all.
     
    Indeed. Assimilation and getting immigrants to "accept secular European values" is the most pathetic dead end in politics. Adherence to their religion and culture is just a manifestation of genetic difference, which can't be erased. The most fanatical Islamists are often second or third generation immigrants.

    Replies: @Colin Wright

    ‘…Adherence to their religion and culture is just a manifestation of genetic difference, which can’t be erased…’

    This is why Egypt is still Christian, Palestinians still practice Judaism, and most Spaniards are still Muslims. Your remark may be the most ridiculous piece of bullshit I’ve read today.

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @Colin Wright


    This is why Egypt is still Christian, Palestinians still practice Judaism, and most Spaniards are still Muslims.
     
    And it would only take a few centuries for the people in these countries to change religion again, and their race wouldn't change. My point is that non-whites - of any religion - don't belong in white countries.

    Replies: @M_Young, @Colin Wright

    , @Ricko
    @Colin Wright


    ‘…Adherence to their religion and culture is just a manifestation of genetic difference, which can’t be erased…’
     
    What Rob McX is basically saying is that Europe's new demographic are too unintelligent to adapt a live-and-let-live secular lifestyle. As in to say that genetics disposes certain races to low IQs which, in turn, makes them unable to live in civilised societies.
  97. @Alfred
    For decades, they told us that they could not prevent illegal immigration to France and other countries. Now, they won't allow bona fide citizens cross borders without incarceration for 14 days and nonsense like that. What a difference!

    Replies: @Q-ship

    One of the many ways COVID has been the Great Revealer.

  98. @SkylertheWeird
    @ziggurat

    When I got off the train at Odense birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen in 2008, I thought I had landed in Algiers or Tunis.

    Replies: @ziggurat

    If Denmark could be mistaken for Algeria in 2008, I’d say things are likely a fair bit more Algerian 12 years later, sorry to say.

    I hope the adults in Denmark act soon enough to prevent their children from suffering a similar fate as “The Little Matchgirl”, as recounted by Hans Christian Andersen.

    On a freezing New Year’s Eve a poor young girl, shivering and barefoot, tries to sell matches in the street. Afraid to go home because her father will beat her for failing to sell any matches, she huddles in the angle between two houses and lights matches to warm herself.

    In the flame of the matches she sees a series of comforting visions: a warm stove, a holiday feast, a happy family, and a Christmas tree. In the sky she sees a shooting star, which her late grandmother had told her means someone is on their way to Heaven. In the flame of the next match she sees her grandmother, the only person to have treated her with love and kindness. To keep the vision of her grandmother alive as long as possible, the girl lights the entire bundle of matches.

    When the matches are gone the girl dies, and her grandmother carries her soul to Heaven. The next morning, passers-by find the girl frozen, and express pity. They do not know about the wonderful visions she had seen, or how happy she is with her grandmother in heaven.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Little_Match_Girl

    • Agree: Adûnâi
  99. @Colin Wright
    '...as well as the nation’s devotion to freedom of speech...'

    ?

    Replies: @Grahamsno(G64), @Kent Nationalist, @pirelli, @lavoisier

    …as well as the nation’s devotion to freedom of speech…’

    I think the State crackdown on Islamic radicalism as well as the jailing and persecution of holocaust deniers are both reflections of the power of the Jews in France.

    But respect for free speech? No. Of course not.

  100. @Anon
    @Anonymous

    Teachers in France are reliable leftists and support leftist governments. They're exactly like the leftist noodles protesting in Portland. This is why it scares Macron. Leftist teachers are necessary to indoctrinate the next generation, and if they start getting killed by radical Muzzies, it's all over for the left in France. The teachers will become scared by the results of their own ideology and move right.

    Replies: @silviosilver

    The teachers will become scared by the results of their own ideology and move right.

    You (and I) wish. But more likely, they’ll just cuck harder. For so long as they view whites as the oppressor class and non-whites the oppressed, we have no right to expect them to do otherwise.

  101. “… were threatened with a rare mass expulsion.”

    So, I expect the French authorities are hauling yet more sea-going dinghies to their northern coast where they’ll be loaded with those to be “mass expulsed” and then escorted by the French navy to British territorial waters and handed over to UK Border Patrol.

    Who’ll then bring them to the UK coast, or perhaps a harbour if it’s closer, where prearranged busses and medical personnel will be waiting. I think they prefer a lonely stretch of coast because ferrying these thousands of “asylum seekers” into ports runs the risk of publicity.

    It’s extremely rare for any “asylum seeker” who sets foot on UK soil to be repatriated to their country of origin. Even if they commit the vilest of crimes they are rarely deported. And it never happens that they are sent back to the first safe country that they landed in.

    And, believe it or not, the current law in the EU is that the first country that the “asylum seekers” land in is responsible for them. Thus, the UK is under absolutely no legal obligation whatsoever to take the “asylum seekers” that the French hand over to them.

    So far this year almost 10,000 “asylum seekers” have been taken from France across to the UK in the exact manner described above. There’s been pictures published of the dinghies they’ve sailed across in; most of them brand new, as are the life jackets they wear. They just dump this thousands of pounds worth of equipment on UK beaches and eventually it seems to find its way to a UK government warehouse.

    It would not surprise me in the least if this equipment then gets sent back to France to be used by the next lot of “asylum seekers.”

    Macron’s clampdown and talk of reining in France’s gigantic Arab diaspora is just that, talk.

    There’s been a massive swing to the Right in Western Europe. At long last the people are seeing the Emperor has no clothes. The Brussels Elite are getting scared. Their EU project is falling apart left, right and centre. They know they’ll be in the crosshairs. They also know that certain foreign dictatorships will fund and supply arms to exacerbate unrest in Europe.

    The Ultra Elites that are formenting the breakdown of European societies will continue at it until the targeted countries descend into civil wars. They’ll need to completely break these countries before they can implement the final stage of their plan, which will be a Chinese like dictatorship in Western Europe.

    The White European has to pay for perceived historic crimes. And the Ultra Elite intend to make them pay through the nose for them. It doesn’t matter if these Europeans are descended from Whites that settled in the Americas in the 15 century, they still need to pay. The Ultra Elite will let no perceived “crime” go unpunished; this is what got them turned on at numerous times throughout their history.

    In the meantime there will be rhetoric about mass expulsions from puppets like Macron. And, unfortunately, the usual suspects will suck this up

    • Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard
    @Ricko


    Chinese like dictatorship in Western Europe.
     
    This appears to be the plan for North America as well, via slightly different means.
  102. @Peter Lund
    @ziggurat

    That was indeed how Mette Frederiksen gained power -- that, and lots of internal problems inside the major party on the "right". It is not, however, how she has governed up until now.

    Our borders are still wide open, our judges are still extra-nice towards muzzies/afros, we still give them lots of free money, and they keep coming up with dumb plans to make it hard to keep the orc children away from our children in the schools.

    The age of criminal responsibility is still 15 (which is probably 3-5 years to high for our cultural enrichers). A previous "right-leaning" government lowered it to 14 and the next Socialdemocratic government promptly raised it back to 15. Mette Frederiksen has no intention of lowering it again. A previous "right-leaning" government also forced our judges to expel more criminals (unless they could prove it was against the international conventions we have ratified). The next Socialdemocratic government promptly changed the laws back so the judges could follow what they felt the conventions ought to say instead. Mette Frederiksen has no intention of fixing it back.

    Replies: @ziggurat

    Thanks for the update. Sorry that Denmark’s Prime Minister hasn’t lived up to her campaign rhetoric.

    But things are easier said than done, especially in politics, especially when relating to immigration.

    I agree with most people here that Trump should have done more and faster, but there are definitely obstacles to even doing something as simple as putting a strong fence at our borders, requiring extraordinary political measures to even getting it started.

    Some of the blame has to go to “we the people” for not working harder to remove the opposition, which is about half the Republican Party and most of its leadership. We need to get more into the arena, rather than just cheer and boo from the sidelines.

  103. @Anonymous
    Muslims behead a priest and nobody cares. Behead a teacher and everybody panics.

    Replies: @Anon, @Anon, @Alden

    A teacher in the extremely militantly atheist secular anti Christian French public schools.

    Like the old American KKK, France has tried to abolish private & religious schools many times in the last 150 years.

  104. @Colin Wright
    @Rosie

    'I hear ya, but Christians have lived with the same double standard and not gone and beheaded school teachers. The appropriate reaction surely lies between the extremes of Western pacifism and Muslim outbursts of wanton violence (NAMALT, but still).'

    People will berate me for excusing all Muslim misbehavior here, etc -- but I'll point out something out.

    First off, the killer here wasn't a Turk, or a Bangladeshi, or a Tunisian. He was a Chechen. Chechens, in particular, seem to be particularly prone to acts of violent terrorism. Our Boston Marathon bomber was a Chechen, for example.

    So your condemnation might be more focussed. Some emphatically non-Muslim groups have been prone to terrorism: Irishmen and Basques come to mind. Lords Liberation Army adherents are definitely murderous. However, not all Christians are terrorists.

    Ditto -- to at least some extent -- for Muslims. Chechens really seem to be a menace. I don't see why anyone feels obliged to admit them. Saudis have a pretty bad track record as well. I saw the aftermath of a particularly horrific Kurdish bombing in Ankara. But, on the other hand, some other nationalities haven't been involved in terrorism at all. How many Malaysian terrorists have there been?

    A fifth of all humanity are Muslims. It's not very useful to brand them all as terrorists. That's close to saying something like 'all men are bad.' Even if true, it doesn't get us very far.

    Replies: @Rosie, @HA

    A fifth of all humanity are Muslims. It’s not very useful to brand them all as terrorists. That’s close to saying something like ‘all men are bad.’ Even if true, it doesn’t get us very far.

    I don’t disagree with that. All I’m saying is that the double standard concerning freedom of speech about other people’s religion, while unacceptable for any number of reasons, does not mitigate the crime under discussion here.

  105. @Whiskey
    The Corona Chan lockdowns were too clever by half. The FT estimates that perhaps 40% of Europe's workforce is either out of work or on taxpayer subsidized work plans that are running out.

    Simply put there is not enough money to pay both the out of work native Europeans and the Muslims on welfare. The solution up to now has been to stuff Muslims with cash on the idea that they won't want to jeopardize their payouts and kick the can down the road.

    They ran out of road with the lockdowns. Nearly all the service and entertainment industries are gone: restaurants, bars, clubs, pubs, theaters, movie theaters, music, etc. Gone and never coming back. Europe is looking at panicked lockdowns for years, perhaps a decade. Even Sweden is now locking down.

    Economic activity is now going to be something like 60% or less of what it was pre-virus panic.

    So European governments excepting Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic can either cut spending on their citizens and spend the meager tax revenues on Muslims, or they can expel their Muslims and spend it on their citizens.

    Unlike the US the European authorities cannot just deficit spend into eternity. They are not the worlds major military power with lots and lots of nukes. EU nations are required to run in the black, with exceptions, France, Italy, Spain, Greece and Portugal allowed to run minor deficits but not forever.

    Already their are protests against new lockdowns in Spain, in Germany, in Italy. Imagine lockdowns and natives literally starving as Muslims live high on the hog. That's violent overthrow by revolution time. Likely by their own security forces with starving relatives.

    Europeans are not planning this. Just stumbling into it through events. They cut down on spending money for young Muslims. Young Muslims go on beheading sprees Aloha Snackbar. Europeans are pissed, they're out of work, soon won't get any money at all, Aloha Snackbar Muslims get tons of cash.

    Replies: @Alden, @Buck Ransom, @anonymous

    I hope it’s true. Thanks. Especially in N Europe taxes on the workers are so high, and welfare is so generous that its almost better to just get married, have 4-6 kids and live a happy life on welfare. I consider work expenses like commuting lunch etc as just another tax.

  106. @Diversity Heretic
    I live in France. Most of these deportations and expulsions are mostly for show; there is no willingness on the part of the French elite to deal with the intractable problem of an unassimilable Muslim community that is hostile to the native French and their culture.

    Replies: @anonymous, @Achmed E. Newman, @Alden

    I assumed that, 231 Muslims being “prepared” for expulsion is just for show. I doubt most will actually be expelled but released.

    That mosque the be header and his parents attended has been declared closed for only 6 months. The congregation and Imans will just meet in the nearest city community center and become more radical and anti French.

  107. @Colin Wright
    @Rob McX

    '...Adherence to their religion and culture is just a manifestation of genetic difference, which can’t be erased...'

    This is why Egypt is still Christian, Palestinians still practice Judaism, and most Spaniards are still Muslims. Your remark may be the most ridiculous piece of bullshit I've read today.

    Replies: @Rob McX, @Ricko

    This is why Egypt is still Christian, Palestinians still practice Judaism, and most Spaniards are still Muslims.

    And it would only take a few centuries for the people in these countries to change religion again, and their race wouldn’t change. My point is that non-whites – of any religion – don’t belong in white countries.

    • Agree: M_Young
    • Replies: @M_Young
    @Rob McX

    I'll take a white Bosnian or even Albanian Muslim over a Nigerian Christian every day of the week and twice on Sundays.

    , @Colin Wright
    @Rob McX

    'And it would only take a few centuries for the people in these countries to change religion again, and their race wouldn’t change. My point is that non-whites – of any religion – don’t belong in white countries.'

    Now that, I'm inclined to agree with.

  108. @Colin Wright
    @Rob McX

    '...Adherence to their religion and culture is just a manifestation of genetic difference, which can’t be erased...'

    This is why Egypt is still Christian, Palestinians still practice Judaism, and most Spaniards are still Muslims. Your remark may be the most ridiculous piece of bullshit I've read today.

    Replies: @Rob McX, @Ricko

    ‘…Adherence to their religion and culture is just a manifestation of genetic difference, which can’t be erased…’

    What Rob McX is basically saying is that Europe’s new demographic are too unintelligent to adapt a live-and-let-live secular lifestyle. As in to say that genetics disposes certain races to low IQs which, in turn, makes them unable to live in civilised societies.

  109. @yarro
    Polish newspapers are reporting after Le Figaro that the beheader was refused asylum in Poland 2007. Partly because of this, he was also refused asylum initially in France, but the decision was overturned on appeal. The next step would be to put the traitorous judges themselves on trial...

    https://www.outono.net/elentir/2020/10/18/bravo-for-poland-denied-asylum-to-islamist-who-has-beheaded-a-teacher-in-france/

    Replies: @ziggurat, @iDeplorable, @MBlanc46, @Sol

    Now you’re talking.

  110. @Fran800
    @brabantian

    Muslim Holy City - Jerusalem? Really? Jews naturally claim it as it was created by Jews and their capital city for millennia. As for Christians, Jesus was born in Bethleham and tried and executed there. It was holy to the Byzantine Empire who controlled it for centuries before being conquered by Arabs. Muslims?? It is not even mentioned in the Koran. Muslims didn't care about it until they saw that it was holy to someone else. They also conquered Constantinople and are now returning the most holy church Hagia Sophia, which will entail once more destroying the magnificent art works there. They are threatening other holy places there. Turks conquered 40% of the territory of Cyprus and turned 4th century monasteries into stables. They also claim Rome. Remember Muslims lining up Christian Copts on the shores of the Mediterranean in Libya and slitting their throats as they chanted their intention to conquer Rome.

    Replies: @MBlanc46, @Anonymous

    You need to search on Muhammad’s Night Journey. The first qiblah was Jerusalem.

  111. @anonymous
    @Blue-eyed lovemonger

    If the mixture combination in France is 60% white and 40% non-white then the successor population is a whitish breed of people. The inhabitants of southern Spain are a good reference point.

    Replies: @S. Anonyia

    You’re right that they’ll be “whitish” but Southern Spain is white. It’s only like 5-10 % North African at most, so not a good reference point.

    I’d say the coasts of Tunisia would be a better comparison. They clearly have heavy Southern European admixture in addition to Maghreb and Berber ancestry.

    • Replies: @anonymous
    @S. Anonyia

    How could southern Spain be only 10% brown? It's pretty poor. Imagine how poor they would be without transfers from the north.

  112. The interior minister announced that it would expel 231 foreign citizens identified for their radicalism, including 180 who were already in prison.

    “Fine if you are Muslim. But if you can’t fit in, then don’t expect to stay.”

    It’s a message every country in the West should be sending.

  113. @Colin Wright
    @Rosie

    'I hear ya, but Christians have lived with the same double standard and not gone and beheaded school teachers. The appropriate reaction surely lies between the extremes of Western pacifism and Muslim outbursts of wanton violence (NAMALT, but still).'

    People will berate me for excusing all Muslim misbehavior here, etc -- but I'll point out something out.

    First off, the killer here wasn't a Turk, or a Bangladeshi, or a Tunisian. He was a Chechen. Chechens, in particular, seem to be particularly prone to acts of violent terrorism. Our Boston Marathon bomber was a Chechen, for example.

    So your condemnation might be more focussed. Some emphatically non-Muslim groups have been prone to terrorism: Irishmen and Basques come to mind. Lords Liberation Army adherents are definitely murderous. However, not all Christians are terrorists.

    Ditto -- to at least some extent -- for Muslims. Chechens really seem to be a menace. I don't see why anyone feels obliged to admit them. Saudis have a pretty bad track record as well. I saw the aftermath of a particularly horrific Kurdish bombing in Ankara. But, on the other hand, some other nationalities haven't been involved in terrorism at all. How many Malaysian terrorists have there been?

    A fifth of all humanity are Muslims. It's not very useful to brand them all as terrorists. That's close to saying something like 'all men are bad.' Even if true, it doesn't get us very far.

    Replies: @Rosie, @HA

    “A fifth of all humanity are Muslims. It’s not very useful to brand them all as terrorists.”

    So how many Jews do there need to be before it is no longer “useful” for others to condemn them?

    I mean, they’re no longer in demographic peril in Israel, so I suppose they can just keep on growing, given that that’s apparently all that is needed to win you over.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    @HA

    'I mean, they’re no longer in demographic peril in Israel, so I suppose they can just keep on growing, given that that’s apparently all that is needed to win you over.'

    Jews growing to number a billion and a half seems unlikely. I'm also not sure where the assumption that Jews are inherently intolerable until that point comes from.

    Replies: @HA

  114. LOL. Finally a real backlash that Musselmen should be afraid of.

    Seriously, given Macron’s reaction to BLM ‘not one statue, not one shred of the history of the republic will be erased’ (paraphrasing), maybe his civic nationalism is the best we can hope for,

    • LOL: Tommy Thompson
    • Replies: @Tommy Thompson
    @M_Young

    #115


    Finally a real backlash that Musselmen should be afraid of
     
    Exactly, is this not what was intended? a pogram of Muslims in France and Europe.

    Get the Great Clash of Civilizations going, throw some wood in the fire.

    Yes, this whole drama makes sense, a young boy decapitates a teacher, all because they dont believe in the right of Free Speech (France such a country of free speech with all the intelligentsia jailed). The Perpetrator is always conveniently shot, so no investigation needed, case closed. The relatives posted on social media the night before. All the evidence needed.

    Well done French State Security for the False Flag Operation---- Yes


    maybe his (Macron's) civic nationalism is the best we can hope for,
     
    Macron from most detested President to now the savior of France!!! Vive le France.

    Medals all the way around. Wait keep watching , even more sequels to Charlie Hebdo are surely on the way. LoL

    The comments from Euro (yes sorry to say White) dumbed down, fascist - racists on Ron Unz will have a field day now.

    , @YetAnotherAnon
    @M_Young

    The French have always been proud of being French - the national flag is on pretty much every state-owned building - quite a contrast to Britain.

    I see Mr Baron Cohen is now trying (successfully?) to set up Rudy Giuliani. You'd think anyone connected with Trump should have better antennae in election season.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8864821/Giuliani-caught-Borats-daughter-hand-pants.html

  115. @Rob McX
    @Colin Wright


    This is why Egypt is still Christian, Palestinians still practice Judaism, and most Spaniards are still Muslims.
     
    And it would only take a few centuries for the people in these countries to change religion again, and their race wouldn't change. My point is that non-whites - of any religion - don't belong in white countries.

    Replies: @M_Young, @Colin Wright

    I’ll take a white Bosnian or even Albanian Muslim over a Nigerian Christian every day of the week and twice on Sundays.

    • Agree: Hugo Silva
  116. @Rob McX
    @Colin Wright


    This is why Egypt is still Christian, Palestinians still practice Judaism, and most Spaniards are still Muslims.
     
    And it would only take a few centuries for the people in these countries to change religion again, and their race wouldn't change. My point is that non-whites - of any religion - don't belong in white countries.

    Replies: @M_Young, @Colin Wright

    ‘And it would only take a few centuries for the people in these countries to change religion again, and their race wouldn’t change. My point is that non-whites – of any religion – don’t belong in white countries.’

    Now that, I’m inclined to agree with.

  117. @HA
    @Colin Wright

    "A fifth of all humanity are Muslims. It’s not very useful to brand them all as terrorists."

    So how many Jews do there need to be before it is no longer "useful" for others to condemn them?

    I mean, they're no longer in demographic peril in Israel, so I suppose they can just keep on growing, given that that's apparently all that is needed to win you over.

    Replies: @Colin Wright

    ‘I mean, they’re no longer in demographic peril in Israel, so I suppose they can just keep on growing, given that that’s apparently all that is needed to win you over.’

    Jews growing to number a billion and a half seems unlikely. I’m also not sure where the assumption that Jews are inherently intolerable until that point comes from.

    • Replies: @HA
    @Colin Wright

    "Jews growing to number a billion and a half seems unlikely."

    So what? The notion that they would not soon be demographically extinguished in Israel was not too long ago an outright pipe dream. "'The womb of the Arab woman, Arafat says smugly, promising ultimate victory over the Jews, 'is my strongest weapon.'"

    And yet here we are.

    Or take it the other way. Your earlier comment implies that at some point, should whites continue to decrease numerically, branding them all as terrorists will be, if not useful, no longer problematic.

    Regardless of the direction, you need to find a better justification for when it is that you choose to roll over.

  118. @yarro
    Polish newspapers are reporting after Le Figaro that the beheader was refused asylum in Poland 2007. Partly because of this, he was also refused asylum initially in France, but the decision was overturned on appeal. The next step would be to put the traitorous judges themselves on trial...

    https://www.outono.net/elentir/2020/10/18/bravo-for-poland-denied-asylum-to-islamist-who-has-beheaded-a-teacher-in-france/

    Replies: @ziggurat, @iDeplorable, @MBlanc46, @Sol

    Judges and lawyers need to be held accountable.

  119. Anonymous[416] • Disclaimer says:
    @Fran800
    @brabantian

    Muslim Holy City - Jerusalem? Really? Jews naturally claim it as it was created by Jews and their capital city for millennia. As for Christians, Jesus was born in Bethleham and tried and executed there. It was holy to the Byzantine Empire who controlled it for centuries before being conquered by Arabs. Muslims?? It is not even mentioned in the Koran. Muslims didn't care about it until they saw that it was holy to someone else. They also conquered Constantinople and are now returning the most holy church Hagia Sophia, which will entail once more destroying the magnificent art works there. They are threatening other holy places there. Turks conquered 40% of the territory of Cyprus and turned 4th century monasteries into stables. They also claim Rome. Remember Muslims lining up Christian Copts on the shores of the Mediterranean in Libya and slitting their throats as they chanted their intention to conquer Rome.

    Replies: @MBlanc46, @Anonymous

    No need to ‘conquer Rome’.

    The EU and the Italian political class will gladly, freely, hand it over to you on a plate.
    Just have the effrontery – like Merkel’s million man mob – to march in and grab it.

    Oh, and Pope Francis would be more than happy to get on his knees, publicly scrub your dirty feet, and *literally* gift you with the Keys of St. Peter.

    Ridiculous. But True. Oh so true.

  120. @S. Anonyia
    @anonymous

    You’re right that they’ll be “whitish” but Southern Spain is white. It’s only like 5-10 % North African at most, so not a good reference point.

    I’d say the coasts of Tunisia would be a better comparison. They clearly have heavy Southern European admixture in addition to Maghreb and Berber ancestry.

    Replies: @anonymous

    How could southern Spain be only 10% brown? It’s pretty poor. Imagine how poor they would be without transfers from the north.

  121. @M_Young
    LOL. Finally a real backlash that Musselmen should be afraid of.

    Seriously, given Macron's reaction to BLM 'not one statue, not one shred of the history of the republic will be erased' (paraphrasing), maybe his civic nationalism is the best we can hope for,

    Replies: @Tommy Thompson, @YetAnotherAnon

    #115

    Finally a real backlash that Musselmen should be afraid of

    Exactly, is this not what was intended? a pogram of Muslims in France and Europe.

    Get the Great Clash of Civilizations going, throw some wood in the fire.

    Yes, this whole drama makes sense, a young boy decapitates a teacher, all because they dont believe in the right of Free Speech (France such a country of free speech with all the intelligentsia jailed). The Perpetrator is always conveniently shot, so no investigation needed, case closed. The relatives posted on social media the night before. All the evidence needed.

    Well done French State Security for the False Flag Operation—- Yes

    maybe his (Macron’s) civic nationalism is the best we can hope for,

    Macron from most detested President to now the savior of France!!! Vive le France.

    Medals all the way around. Wait keep watching , even more sequels to Charlie Hebdo are surely on the way. LoL

    The comments from Euro (yes sorry to say White) dumbed down, fascist – racists on Ron Unz will have a field day now.

  122. Adam Nossiter (author of the NYT article) is what in France we could call an “Islamo-gauchiste” (Islamo-leftist). Take this for example: “But other groups targeted in the raids included Muslim associations previously given government subsidies for their work promoting better civic relations”. These associations are often covers for proselytizing, and are subsidized because the government at both national and local levels usually prefers to offload the task of managing its muslims rather than deal with any problems that may arise head-on. As for “promoting civic relations”, what a joke. The CCIF, one of the biggest mainstream muslim organizations, is well known for inflating its statistics with bogus islamophobic attacks and taking to court anyone who criticizes the Islamists. France’s stringent free-speech laws don’t help on this account.

    I must say, though, that contrary to what has been said above, I do not believe the government’s reaction is simply a matter of trying to avoid losing electoral ground to the FN. There has been a growing awareness in the past few years about the problems brought about Islam, and the governing elite is more and more willing to confront the issue. Evidently it’s an uphill battle, as the middle classes are still largely sheltered from the problems generated by mass immigration, and it is the middle classes that are still the dominant makers of national opinion, but as they say, the first step step towards recovery is admitting you have a problem.

    At least in France large parts of the left have remained uncontaminated by the political correctness that has completely taken over its American counterpart, and so these topics are discussed more freely and with less taboo.

    • Replies: @Tommy Thompson
    @Fictitious account


    France’s stringent free-speech laws don’t help on this account.
     
    Are you serious??? Don't help whom? Alain Sorrel, Herve Ryssen, Dieudonne M'bala M'bala and maybe others, banned, jailed, fined or exiled for speaking up about the overwhelming dominance in France of a certain supra-wealthy religious-ethnic group.

    There has been a growing awareness in the past few years about the problems brought about Islam, and the governing elite is more and more willing to confront the issue.
     
    What did Islam do?? It is a religion of peace adn tolerance if you bother to read its holy book. It is not a political party, a street gang or a govt intel agency nor part of the French governing elite. Are you a f%#@en bigoted idiot or just a paid Troll??

    Yes, attack the Muslims and Islam en masse for a crime whose facts surrounding it are all dependent on a MSM narrative and govt that has been caught out repeatedly with big lies surrounding such similar acts of terror in the past. No you are right, let us jin up a new Holy War, on behalf of the France's ruling elite, get the frustrated French Middle Class to fight the immigrant Muslims, the real bad guys because it is their religion driving their children to do crazed crimes.

    By the way, what did Macron's political elite do to the French Working Class Yellow Vests Movement that was demonstrating to stop their marginalization and disenfranchisement by France's Money Masters and Governing Elite. Bullets in their eyes. Oh how democratic.

    Lap up all BS on the Charlie Hebdo TV series seems to be in its 4 th season now. Vive Le Macron.

    Replies: @Colin Wright

    , @Colin Wright
    @Fictitious account

    '...The CCIF, one of the biggest mainstream muslim organizations, is well known for inflating its statistics with bogus islamophobic attacks and taking to court anyone who criticizes the Islamists...'

    Gee...who does that remind me of?

  123. @Whiskey
    The Corona Chan lockdowns were too clever by half. The FT estimates that perhaps 40% of Europe's workforce is either out of work or on taxpayer subsidized work plans that are running out.

    Simply put there is not enough money to pay both the out of work native Europeans and the Muslims on welfare. The solution up to now has been to stuff Muslims with cash on the idea that they won't want to jeopardize their payouts and kick the can down the road.

    They ran out of road with the lockdowns. Nearly all the service and entertainment industries are gone: restaurants, bars, clubs, pubs, theaters, movie theaters, music, etc. Gone and never coming back. Europe is looking at panicked lockdowns for years, perhaps a decade. Even Sweden is now locking down.

    Economic activity is now going to be something like 60% or less of what it was pre-virus panic.

    So European governments excepting Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic can either cut spending on their citizens and spend the meager tax revenues on Muslims, or they can expel their Muslims and spend it on their citizens.

    Unlike the US the European authorities cannot just deficit spend into eternity. They are not the worlds major military power with lots and lots of nukes. EU nations are required to run in the black, with exceptions, France, Italy, Spain, Greece and Portugal allowed to run minor deficits but not forever.

    Already their are protests against new lockdowns in Spain, in Germany, in Italy. Imagine lockdowns and natives literally starving as Muslims live high on the hog. That's violent overthrow by revolution time. Likely by their own security forces with starving relatives.

    Europeans are not planning this. Just stumbling into it through events. They cut down on spending money for young Muslims. Young Muslims go on beheading sprees Aloha Snackbar. Europeans are pissed, they're out of work, soon won't get any money at all, Aloha Snackbar Muslims get tons of cash.

    Replies: @Alden, @Buck Ransom, @anonymous

    It’s the controlled demolition of Western economies to set the stage for The Great Reset.

  124. An interesting contrast to the English reaction to the rape and forced prostitution of thousands of their school girls by Pakistani invaders.

  125. @International Jew
    France is sending a clear message: just you dare decapitate one more teacher then, why, why, then I'll be really mad at you!

    Replies: @Grahamsno(G64), @Buck Ransom

    …as anger swept the country following the decapitation of a high school teacher for showing caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad in class.

    The NYT account of the teacher’s beheading is rather cursory and cool and dispassionate, don’t you think?

    I wonder if maybe, just maybe, the Times would have been able to work a little more drama into their story if the severed head in the gutter had been sporting a yarmulke.
    Just a thought.

  126. the beheading… has struck deep inside the French psyche as an assault on… the nation’s devotion to freedom of speech.

    LOL…

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hate_speech_laws_in_France

  127. @Rob
    @Torn and Frayed

    Do speak French and know some French people? If you anyone here speaks French well, and especially if you’ve lived in France, I would really like to know your estimation of Marine Le Pen’s chances in the next few elections, and the future of the French nation.

    It seems to me that probably a lot of people who won’t vote against her because of her grandfather’s(? Father?), but those people are getting long in the tooth. As the wokies are always saying about older white conservatives, they are dying, and the endless horde is growing, Eventually the stink of his National Socialist adjacent polItics will wear off as the boomer generation dies.

    Not to mention, the aliens’ behavior will likely get more brazen as they grow, driving more French to the pro-French side of the great political divide, by analogy to whites voting more Republican in areas with more blacks. Whites who live in heavily Hispanic areas don’t vote more Republican, though. I think blacks are the better comparison population, because the beurs are so hostile to the host society,

    Will the French population become populist faster than the aliens become voters?

    It seems that the example of American blacks shows that a people can be born in a country, but have a hostile relationship with the nation. Like blacks, the arab’s lower IQs will ensure that their is an unassimilable portion of the population, even if France manages to integrate a few into French culture.

    Finally, what could be done about the ones who were born in France? Could they be legally depatriated just by the government passing a law, or would it require something like a constitutional amendment or withdrawal from treaties. Is expulsion more likely than territorial concessions in France. Or will France be like America and try to muddle through, trying to uplift them with less and less hope each time?

    C’mon, we’re a fairly sophisticated commentariat, someone bust be well connected with France.

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard

    French youth are quite woke in their own right.

    I know a fair number of middle and upper-middle class maghrebiennes who consider themselves a kind of nouvelles françaises.

    That said, I these moves are Macron triangulating against Le Pen and the FN in preparation for 2022.

  128. @Ricko

    "... were threatened with a rare mass expulsion."
     
    So, I expect the French authorities are hauling yet more sea-going dinghies to their northern coast where they’ll be loaded with those to be “mass expulsed” and then escorted by the French navy to British territorial waters and handed over to UK Border Patrol.

    Who’ll then bring them to the UK coast, or perhaps a harbour if it’s closer, where prearranged busses and medical personnel will be waiting. I think they prefer a lonely stretch of coast because ferrying these thousands of “asylum seekers” into ports runs the risk of publicity.

    It’s extremely rare for any “asylum seeker” who sets foot on UK soil to be repatriated to their country of origin. Even if they commit the vilest of crimes they are rarely deported. And it never happens that they are sent back to the first safe country that they landed in.

    And, believe it or not, the current law in the EU is that the first country that the “asylum seekers” land in is responsible for them. Thus, the UK is under absolutely no legal obligation whatsoever to take the “asylum seekers” that the French hand over to them.

    So far this year almost 10,000 “asylum seekers” have been taken from France across to the UK in the exact manner described above. There’s been pictures published of the dinghies they’ve sailed across in; most of them brand new, as are the life jackets they wear. They just dump this thousands of pounds worth of equipment on UK beaches and eventually it seems to find its way to a UK government warehouse.

    It would not surprise me in the least if this equipment then gets sent back to France to be used by the next lot of “asylum seekers.”

    Macron’s clampdown and talk of reining in France’s gigantic Arab diaspora is just that, talk.

    There’s been a massive swing to the Right in Western Europe. At long last the people are seeing the Emperor has no clothes. The Brussels Elite are getting scared. Their EU project is falling apart left, right and centre. They know they’ll be in the crosshairs. They also know that certain foreign dictatorships will fund and supply arms to exacerbate unrest in Europe.

    The Ultra Elites that are formenting the breakdown of European societies will continue at it until the targeted countries descend into civil wars. They’ll need to completely break these countries before they can implement the final stage of their plan, which will be a Chinese like dictatorship in Western Europe.

    The White European has to pay for perceived historic crimes. And the Ultra Elite intend to make them pay through the nose for them. It doesn’t matter if these Europeans are descended from Whites that settled in the Americas in the 15 century, they still need to pay. The Ultra Elite will let no perceived “crime” go unpunished; this is what got them turned on at numerous times throughout their history.

    In the meantime there will be rhetoric about mass expulsions from puppets like Macron. And, unfortunately, the usual suspects will suck this up

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard

    Chinese like dictatorship in Western Europe.

    This appears to be the plan for North America as well, via slightly different means.

  129. @Daniel H
    When the need comes (and it will) to expel thousands, tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands, how will the French manage it? For sure, the countries of origin will not accept these mass deportations, for various reasons. I guess the French could send them all to French Guiana, set up camps to house then indefinitely (out of sight, out of mind), or just turn them loose in the jungle with a canteen of water and let them fend for themselves, with the belief and hope that not many will be able to survive too long. I doubt the Brazilians or Venezuelans would be happy with this plan. Maybe we can bring back the idea or the entrepot. The French could sieze a slice of land in North or West Africa, warehouse the inmates there, give them 1,000 Euros and just push them across the border, let them make their way to their original lands. Again the problem with adjoining nations, but if things get really heated, who knows what measures will be contemplated.

    Replies: @Lot, @The Wild Geese Howard, @MikeJa, @threestars, @mattminda1, @Billy D. Helper, @Adûnâi

    The Turkish solution to the Armenian problem?

  130. @Colin Wright
    @HA

    'I mean, they’re no longer in demographic peril in Israel, so I suppose they can just keep on growing, given that that’s apparently all that is needed to win you over.'

    Jews growing to number a billion and a half seems unlikely. I'm also not sure where the assumption that Jews are inherently intolerable until that point comes from.

    Replies: @HA

    “Jews growing to number a billion and a half seems unlikely.”

    So what? The notion that they would not soon be demographically extinguished in Israel was not too long ago an outright pipe dream. “‘The womb of the Arab woman, Arafat says smugly, promising ultimate victory over the Jews, ‘is my strongest weapon.’”

    And yet here we are.

    Or take it the other way. Your earlier comment implies that at some point, should whites continue to decrease numerically, branding them all as terrorists will be, if not useful, no longer problematic.

    Regardless of the direction, you need to find a better justification for when it is that you choose to roll over.

  131. @Fictitious account
    Adam Nossiter (author of the NYT article) is what in France we could call an "Islamo-gauchiste" (Islamo-leftist). Take this for example: "But other groups targeted in the raids included Muslim associations previously given government subsidies for their work promoting better civic relations". These associations are often covers for proselytizing, and are subsidized because the government at both national and local levels usually prefers to offload the task of managing its muslims rather than deal with any problems that may arise head-on. As for "promoting civic relations", what a joke. The CCIF, one of the biggest mainstream muslim organizations, is well known for inflating its statistics with bogus islamophobic attacks and taking to court anyone who criticizes the Islamists. France's stringent free-speech laws don't help on this account.

    I must say, though, that contrary to what has been said above, I do not believe the government's reaction is simply a matter of trying to avoid losing electoral ground to the FN. There has been a growing awareness in the past few years about the problems brought about Islam, and the governing elite is more and more willing to confront the issue. Evidently it's an uphill battle, as the middle classes are still largely sheltered from the problems generated by mass immigration, and it is the middle classes that are still the dominant makers of national opinion, but as they say, the first step step towards recovery is admitting you have a problem.

    At least in France large parts of the left have remained uncontaminated by the political correctness that has completely taken over its American counterpart, and so these topics are discussed more freely and with less taboo.

    Replies: @Tommy Thompson, @Colin Wright

    France’s stringent free-speech laws don’t help on this account.

    Are you serious??? Don’t help whom? Alain Sorrel, Herve Ryssen, Dieudonne M’bala M’bala and maybe others, banned, jailed, fined or exiled for speaking up about the overwhelming dominance in France of a certain supra-wealthy religious-ethnic group.

    There has been a growing awareness in the past few years about the problems brought about Islam, and the governing elite is more and more willing to confront the issue.

    What did Islam do?? It is a religion of peace adn tolerance if you bother to read its holy book. It is not a political party, a street gang or a govt intel agency nor part of the French governing elite. Are you a f%#@en bigoted idiot or just a paid Troll??

    Yes, attack the Muslims and Islam en masse for a crime whose facts surrounding it are all dependent on a MSM narrative and govt that has been caught out repeatedly with big lies surrounding such similar acts of terror in the past. No you are right, let us jin up a new Holy War, on behalf of the France’s ruling elite, get the frustrated French Middle Class to fight the immigrant Muslims, the real bad guys because it is their religion driving their children to do crazed crimes.

    By the way, what did Macron’s political elite do to the French Working Class Yellow Vests Movement that was demonstrating to stop their marginalization and disenfranchisement by France’s Money Masters and Governing Elite. Bullets in their eyes. Oh how democratic.

    Lap up all BS on the Charlie Hebdo TV series seems to be in its 4 th season now. Vive Le Macron.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    @Tommy Thompson

    '...get the frustrated French Middle Class to fight the immigrant Muslims, the real bad guys because it is their religion driving their children to do crazed crimes.'

    I can't help observing that the problem wouldn't exist if it weren't for immigrants, and that while what France can do about those it has already let in is a fraught question, surely it could at least go and sin no more.

    ...but if it wants to keep admitting immigrants and then crying about what happens, I can't stop it. Dude was a Chechen, born in Moscow in 2003 and admitted to France in 2008. Nobody made France let him in.

    ...wasn't his victim photographed holding a sign saying 'welcome refugees'?

    Fine. They were welcomed.

  132. @M_Young
    LOL. Finally a real backlash that Musselmen should be afraid of.

    Seriously, given Macron's reaction to BLM 'not one statue, not one shred of the history of the republic will be erased' (paraphrasing), maybe his civic nationalism is the best we can hope for,

    Replies: @Tommy Thompson, @YetAnotherAnon

    The French have always been proud of being French – the national flag is on pretty much every state-owned building – quite a contrast to Britain.

    I see Mr Baron Cohen is now trying (successfully?) to set up Rudy Giuliani. You’d think anyone connected with Trump should have better antennae in election season.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8864821/Giuliani-caught-Borats-daughter-hand-pants.html

  133. @Bardon Kaldian
    @RichardTaylor

    Populism is not enough. You gotta start thinking like Kim the Fat, the King of the North:

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/ENYEt5uUYAAGgUB?format=jpg&name=900x900

    https://www.unz.com/akarlin/25-million-best-koreans/


    During a 2006 meeting between North and South Korean delegates, the former brought up the topic of South Korea’s so-called race mixing. When a Southern representative (falsely) stated that the amount of mixing amounted no more than a “drop of ink in the Han River,” the reply from the North was blunt: “Not even one drop of ink must be allowed to fall in the Han River
     

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @Reg Cæsar, @Dumbo

    For that, you need a people with mofe self-confidence than modern Europeans/White people. Just look at the current “Pope”, now peddling fag marriage or “civil union”, and everybody cheering. What would Saint Paul say of that.

    Everybody tramples on Whites because they have become soft, degenerated, lost. A bunch of fat tattooed people with eyes glued 24/7 to their “smartphone”.

    Why should anyone respect people who don’t respect themselves?

  134. But where are they expelling these people to? Their home countries? Many lie about where they came from or simply threw away their passports. Eventually most of them will find their way back thanks to Europe’s asylum policy(take them all in), loose border control and the Schengen agreement.

  135. @Whiskey
    The Corona Chan lockdowns were too clever by half. The FT estimates that perhaps 40% of Europe's workforce is either out of work or on taxpayer subsidized work plans that are running out.

    Simply put there is not enough money to pay both the out of work native Europeans and the Muslims on welfare. The solution up to now has been to stuff Muslims with cash on the idea that they won't want to jeopardize their payouts and kick the can down the road.

    They ran out of road with the lockdowns. Nearly all the service and entertainment industries are gone: restaurants, bars, clubs, pubs, theaters, movie theaters, music, etc. Gone and never coming back. Europe is looking at panicked lockdowns for years, perhaps a decade. Even Sweden is now locking down.

    Economic activity is now going to be something like 60% or less of what it was pre-virus panic.

    So European governments excepting Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic can either cut spending on their citizens and spend the meager tax revenues on Muslims, or they can expel their Muslims and spend it on their citizens.

    Unlike the US the European authorities cannot just deficit spend into eternity. They are not the worlds major military power with lots and lots of nukes. EU nations are required to run in the black, with exceptions, France, Italy, Spain, Greece and Portugal allowed to run minor deficits but not forever.

    Already their are protests against new lockdowns in Spain, in Germany, in Italy. Imagine lockdowns and natives literally starving as Muslims live high on the hog. That's violent overthrow by revolution time. Likely by their own security forces with starving relatives.

    Europeans are not planning this. Just stumbling into it through events. They cut down on spending money for young Muslims. Young Muslims go on beheading sprees Aloha Snackbar. Europeans are pissed, they're out of work, soon won't get any money at all, Aloha Snackbar Muslims get tons of cash.

    Replies: @Alden, @Buck Ransom, @anonymous

    The EU isn’t going to run out of money that fast, there will be plenty of assets of the white middle class to loot. The looting of Cyprus bank accounts by its govt was a trial balloon.

  136. @Fictitious account
    Adam Nossiter (author of the NYT article) is what in France we could call an "Islamo-gauchiste" (Islamo-leftist). Take this for example: "But other groups targeted in the raids included Muslim associations previously given government subsidies for their work promoting better civic relations". These associations are often covers for proselytizing, and are subsidized because the government at both national and local levels usually prefers to offload the task of managing its muslims rather than deal with any problems that may arise head-on. As for "promoting civic relations", what a joke. The CCIF, one of the biggest mainstream muslim organizations, is well known for inflating its statistics with bogus islamophobic attacks and taking to court anyone who criticizes the Islamists. France's stringent free-speech laws don't help on this account.

    I must say, though, that contrary to what has been said above, I do not believe the government's reaction is simply a matter of trying to avoid losing electoral ground to the FN. There has been a growing awareness in the past few years about the problems brought about Islam, and the governing elite is more and more willing to confront the issue. Evidently it's an uphill battle, as the middle classes are still largely sheltered from the problems generated by mass immigration, and it is the middle classes that are still the dominant makers of national opinion, but as they say, the first step step towards recovery is admitting you have a problem.

    At least in France large parts of the left have remained uncontaminated by the political correctness that has completely taken over its American counterpart, and so these topics are discussed more freely and with less taboo.

    Replies: @Tommy Thompson, @Colin Wright

    ‘…The CCIF, one of the biggest mainstream muslim organizations, is well known for inflating its statistics with bogus islamophobic attacks and taking to court anyone who criticizes the Islamists…’

    Gee…who does that remind me of?

  137. @Tommy Thompson
    @Fictitious account


    France’s stringent free-speech laws don’t help on this account.
     
    Are you serious??? Don't help whom? Alain Sorrel, Herve Ryssen, Dieudonne M'bala M'bala and maybe others, banned, jailed, fined or exiled for speaking up about the overwhelming dominance in France of a certain supra-wealthy religious-ethnic group.

    There has been a growing awareness in the past few years about the problems brought about Islam, and the governing elite is more and more willing to confront the issue.
     
    What did Islam do?? It is a religion of peace adn tolerance if you bother to read its holy book. It is not a political party, a street gang or a govt intel agency nor part of the French governing elite. Are you a f%#@en bigoted idiot or just a paid Troll??

    Yes, attack the Muslims and Islam en masse for a crime whose facts surrounding it are all dependent on a MSM narrative and govt that has been caught out repeatedly with big lies surrounding such similar acts of terror in the past. No you are right, let us jin up a new Holy War, on behalf of the France's ruling elite, get the frustrated French Middle Class to fight the immigrant Muslims, the real bad guys because it is their religion driving their children to do crazed crimes.

    By the way, what did Macron's political elite do to the French Working Class Yellow Vests Movement that was demonstrating to stop their marginalization and disenfranchisement by France's Money Masters and Governing Elite. Bullets in their eyes. Oh how democratic.

    Lap up all BS on the Charlie Hebdo TV series seems to be in its 4 th season now. Vive Le Macron.

    Replies: @Colin Wright

    ‘…get the frustrated French Middle Class to fight the immigrant Muslims, the real bad guys because it is their religion driving their children to do crazed crimes.’

    I can’t help observing that the problem wouldn’t exist if it weren’t for immigrants, and that while what France can do about those it has already let in is a fraught question, surely it could at least go and sin no more.

    …but if it wants to keep admitting immigrants and then crying about what happens, I can’t stop it. Dude was a Chechen, born in Moscow in 2003 and admitted to France in 2008. Nobody made France let him in.

    …wasn’t his victim photographed holding a sign saying ‘welcome refugees’?

    Fine. They were welcomed.

  138. vowing to shut down aid groups and threatening to expel foreigners…

    I hope I am wrong, but we have heard this kind of impotent fist shaking before. Let’s hope the French actually follow through.

  139. Islam goes against everything the West stands for. Muslims should stay in their shithole countries.

    • Replies: @Solid
    @Epictetus

    Hello,

    Dont be ignorant about islam. Try learn something.

    Here what Islam is:

    The World of Islamic Civilization" (La Civilisation des Arabes,1884)
    Edition: World of ancient civilizations series, No. 12
    Gustave Le Bon (1841-1931)
    Translated by David Macrae Publisher Tudor Pub.Co. Publication date January1, 1974
    Pages: 141

    Excerpts from Gustave Le Bon "The World of Islamic Civilization" (1974)

    "Islam, from among all religions, best suits the science discoveries and is the most ready to edify souls and force them to abide by justice, kindness and toleration."
    the flourishing of Arab civilization, religious tolerance was absolute – a fact for which we have brought more than one indication.
    It would not be verbose to refer to what is translated by monsieur Dousi about one of the Arab scholars who devoted himself in Baghdad to many lessons in philosophy attended by Jews, atheists, Magians, Muslims, Christians and others. Whenever anyone of them spoke, attention would be paid to him with great respect and he would be asked to rely only on a logical rather than textual proof. Such tolerance had not been attained in Europe even after suffering along one-thousand years of destructive wars, deep-rooted reses and bloody carnages."


    "The reader will see, in our discussion of the conquests of the Arabs and the causes of their victory, that force was not the main factor of the spread of the Qur'an. The Arabs left the conquered free to practice their religions. If it happened that some Christians embraced Islam and took Arabic as their language, this was due to the justice they saw from the victorious Arabs the likes of which they did not see from their previous masters, in addition to the ease of Islam which they knew not before."

    "It has been proven throughout history that religions cannot be imposed by force. When the Christians conquered the Arabs of Andalusia, the Arabs favored to be killed and driven out entirely rather than to leave Islam. Nevertheless, the Qur'an did not spread by the sword. On the contrary, it spread only by invitation and by invitation alone was it embraced by different peoples who later conquered the Arabs, like the Turks and Mongols."

    "When 'Umar ibn al-Khattâb entered Jerusalem (Bayt al-Maqdis), he showed a great tolerance towards its inhabitants that made them feel secure for their religion, property and habits. He imposed only a little Jizyah on them. A similar tolerance was shown by the Arabs in all Syrian cities, whose inhabitants soon accepted the sovereignty of the Arabs and most of them embraced Islam instead of Christianity and learnt Arabic as well."

    "The conduct of the Commander of the Believers, 'Umar ibn al-Khattâb, in Jerusalem (Bayt al-Maqdis) proves how kindly the Arab conquerors dealt with the conquered peoples, the opposite of what was done by the Crusaders in Jerusalem many centuries later. ' Umar entered the city in the company of only a small number of Muslims and asked Patriarch Safronius to accompany him in his tour to the holy sites. He granted safety to his people and gave them a pledge of respect for their churches and property and prohibited Muslims to perform their rites in their synagogues."

    "Saladin did not like to follow, with the Crusaders, the same barbarous approach their ancestors had followed with the Muslims. That is, he didn't exterminate them entirely: he rather levied upon them a very little Jizyah and forbade the Muslims to take anything from them."

    "The Arabs had a great influence on the West, and Europe, in its civilization, is indebted to the Arabs. Indeed, the Arabs were no less influential to the West than they were to the East. This influence on the West could be perceived only by imagining the state in which Europe was before civilization was brought to it. During the 9th and 10th centuries, when Arab civilization in Spain was very bright, the centers of culture in the West were no more than towers inhabited by brutal seniors stream of being unlettered. Meanwhile, the most knowledgeable among the Christians were from the poor, ignorant monks who stayed in their churches to submissively erase the valuable books of the ancients to have enough scrolls to transcribe the books of worship."

    "The Arabs had no sooner completed their conquest of Spain than they began to carry out the message of civilization in it. In less than a century, they were able to cultivate dead land, build up ruined cities, construct magnificent buildings and establish trade connections with other nations. Then, they devoted themselves to the study of sciences and arts, translation of Greek and Latin books into Arabic and foundation of universities that remained the only cultural refuge in Europe for a long time."

    "Few are the nations that excelled the Arabs in civility. No nation has ever achieved the greatest number of inventions within the shortest time as the Arabs did. In fact, the Arabs established one of the strongest religions which prevailed in the world and whose influence is still more vital than that of any other religion. Politically, they founded one of the greatest states known in history and civilized Europe culturally and morally. Few are the ethnic groups that rose and declined like the Arabs. No ethnos like the Arabs could be fit for a living example of the influence of the factors lying behind the foundation, magnificence and decline of states."

  140. @Epictetus
    Islam goes against everything the West stands for. Muslims should stay in their shithole countries.

    Replies: @Solid

    Hello,

    Dont be ignorant about islam. Try learn something.

    Here what Islam is:

    The World of Islamic Civilization” (La Civilisation des Arabes,1884)
    Edition: World of ancient civilizations series, No. 12
    Gustave Le Bon (1841-1931)
    Translated by David Macrae Publisher Tudor Pub.Co. Publication date January1, 1974
    Pages: 141

    Excerpts from Gustave Le Bon “The World of Islamic Civilization” (1974)

    “Islam, from among all religions, best suits the science discoveries and is the most ready to edify souls and force them to abide by justice, kindness and toleration.”
    the flourishing of Arab civilization, religious tolerance was absolute – a fact for which we have brought more than one indication.
    It would not be verbose to refer to what is translated by monsieur Dousi about one of the Arab scholars who devoted himself in Baghdad to many lessons in philosophy attended by Jews, atheists, Magians, Muslims, Christians and others. Whenever anyone of them spoke, attention would be paid to him with great respect and he would be asked to rely only on a logical rather than textual proof. Such tolerance had not been attained in Europe even after suffering along one-thousand years of destructive wars, deep-rooted reses and bloody carnages.”

    “The reader will see, in our discussion of the conquests of the Arabs and the causes of their victory, that force was not the main factor of the spread of the Qur’an. The Arabs left the conquered free to practice their religions. If it happened that some Christians embraced Islam and took Arabic as their language, this was due to the justice they saw from the victorious Arabs the likes of which they did not see from their previous masters, in addition to the ease of Islam which they knew not before.”

    “It has been proven throughout history that religions cannot be imposed by force. When the Christians conquered the Arabs of Andalusia, the Arabs favored to be killed and driven out entirely rather than to leave Islam. Nevertheless, the Qur’an did not spread by the sword. On the contrary, it spread only by invitation and by invitation alone was it embraced by different peoples who later conquered the Arabs, like the Turks and Mongols.”

    “When ‘Umar ibn al-Khattâb entered Jerusalem (Bayt al-Maqdis), he showed a great tolerance towards its inhabitants that made them feel secure for their religion, property and habits. He imposed only a little Jizyah on them. A similar tolerance was shown by the Arabs in all Syrian cities, whose inhabitants soon accepted the sovereignty of the Arabs and most of them embraced Islam instead of Christianity and learnt Arabic as well.”

    “The conduct of the Commander of the Believers, ‘Umar ibn al-Khattâb, in Jerusalem (Bayt al-Maqdis) proves how kindly the Arab conquerors dealt with the conquered peoples, the opposite of what was done by the Crusaders in Jerusalem many centuries later. ‘ Umar entered the city in the company of only a small number of Muslims and asked Patriarch Safronius to accompany him in his tour to the holy sites. He granted safety to his people and gave them a pledge of respect for their churches and property and prohibited Muslims to perform their rites in their synagogues.”

    “Saladin did not like to follow, with the Crusaders, the same barbarous approach their ancestors had followed with the Muslims. That is, he didn’t exterminate them entirely: he rather levied upon them a very little Jizyah and forbade the Muslims to take anything from them.”

    “The Arabs had a great influence on the West, and Europe, in its civilization, is indebted to the Arabs. Indeed, the Arabs were no less influential to the West than they were to the East. This influence on the West could be perceived only by imagining the state in which Europe was before civilization was brought to it. During the 9th and 10th centuries, when Arab civilization in Spain was very bright, the centers of culture in the West were no more than towers inhabited by brutal seniors stream of being unlettered. Meanwhile, the most knowledgeable among the Christians were from the poor, ignorant monks who stayed in their churches to submissively erase the valuable books of the ancients to have enough scrolls to transcribe the books of worship.”

    “The Arabs had no sooner completed their conquest of Spain than they began to carry out the message of civilization in it. In less than a century, they were able to cultivate dead land, build up ruined cities, construct magnificent buildings and establish trade connections with other nations. Then, they devoted themselves to the study of sciences and arts, translation of Greek and Latin books into Arabic and foundation of universities that remained the only cultural refuge in Europe for a long time.”

    “Few are the nations that excelled the Arabs in civility. No nation has ever achieved the greatest number of inventions within the shortest time as the Arabs did. In fact, the Arabs established one of the strongest religions which prevailed in the world and whose influence is still more vital than that of any other religion. Politically, they founded one of the greatest states known in history and civilized Europe culturally and morally. Few are the ethnic groups that rose and declined like the Arabs. No ethnos like the Arabs could be fit for a living example of the influence of the factors lying behind the foundation, magnificence and decline of states.”

  141. @Daniel H
    When the need comes (and it will) to expel thousands, tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands, how will the French manage it? For sure, the countries of origin will not accept these mass deportations, for various reasons. I guess the French could send them all to French Guiana, set up camps to house then indefinitely (out of sight, out of mind), or just turn them loose in the jungle with a canteen of water and let them fend for themselves, with the belief and hope that not many will be able to survive too long. I doubt the Brazilians or Venezuelans would be happy with this plan. Maybe we can bring back the idea or the entrepot. The French could sieze a slice of land in North or West Africa, warehouse the inmates there, give them 1,000 Euros and just push them across the border, let them make their way to their original lands. Again the problem with adjoining nations, but if things get really heated, who knows what measures will be contemplated.

    Replies: @Lot, @The Wild Geese Howard, @MikeJa, @threestars, @mattminda1, @Billy D. Helper, @Adûnâi

    Noeman Davies was my jam back in my tender years. Jew bless those Ukrainian translators for raising me in fag-free spirit. By the way, Abdoullakh Anzorov is based. I wish my Aryan race were still alive and breathing.

    IN the spring of 1794, French Republican officers in Nantes had so many I rebels from the Vendèe to kill that they didn’t know how to do it. They had unleashed the ‘infernal columns’; they had starved and massacred their captives; and they had been shooting batches of prisoners by the thousand. But it was not enough. They then hit on the idea of drowning. Nantes was an Atlantic slave port; and a fleet of large, shallow hulks was to hand. By sinking a loaded hulk in the river at night, and then refloating it, they devised an efficient and inconspicuous system of reusable death chambers. These were the terrible noyades. Necessity proved the mother of invention in the technology of death.1

    A century and a half later, Nazi officers in occupied Poland faced a similar problem. They had so many Jews to kill that they couldn’t cope. They had unleashed the Einsatzgruppen; they had starved Jews in crowded ghettos: at Sobibór, they had driven their victims round the countryside in railway wagons packed with quicklime.2 But it was not enough. Then they hit on gassing. Initial trials using carbon monoxide in mobile vans proved unsatisfactory. But early in 1941, experiments using capsules of Zyklon-B in sealed chambers, together with advice from the leading German designers of crematoria,3 promised a vast increase in capacity. Within a year, the Nazi SS was able to embark on a programme of industrialized genocide in purpose-built facilities.4

    […]

    © Norman Davies’ capsule NOYADES in Europe: A History)

    NOYADES 1. See J. Brooman, The Reign of Terror in France: Jean-Baptiste Carrier and the Drownings at Nantes (York, 1986). 2. See Jan Karski, The Secret State (London, 1944). 3. R’ Hilberg, ‘Origins of the Killing Centers’, The Destruction of the European Jews (New York, 1985), 221–38. 4. J. C. Pressac, Auschwitz: Technique and Operation of the Gas Chambers (New York, 1989). 5. Paraphrased from International Military Tribunal (Nuremberg, 1946), viii. 324–9. 6. Lyubo Boban, ‘Jasenovac and the Manipulation of History’, East European Politics and Societies, 4 (1990), 580–93.

    P.S. Regarding comment #99 by ziggurat, I read that story as a child, too. Based child abuse.

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    An eye-witness from the death-camp at Treblinka would later describe the process for interrogators at the Nuremberg Tribunal:
    [RAJZMAN] Transports arrived there every day; sometimes three, four or five trains filled exclusively with Jews. Immediately after their arrival, the people had to line up on the platform—men, women and children separately. They were forced to strip immediately … under the lashes of German whips. Then they were obliged to walk naked through the street to the gas chambers. What did the Germans call that street?
    Himmelfahrtstrasse [the way to heaven].
    Please tell us, how long did a person live after arrival?
    The whole process of undressing and the walk down to the gas chambers lasted for the men eight to ten minutes, and for the women some fifteen minutes, because the women had to have their hair shaved off….
    Please tell us, what was the subsequent aspect of the station of Treblinka?
    The Commander of the camp, Kurt Franz, built a first-class railroad station with signboards. The barracks where the clothing was stored had signs reading ‘Restaurant’, ‘Ticket Office’, ‘Telegraph’, and so forth …
    A kind of make-believe station?… And tell us, how did the Germans behave when killing their victims?
    They brought an aged woman with her [pregnant] daughter to this building. Several Germans came to watch the delivery … the grandmother begged to be killed. But of course, the newborn baby was killed first, then the child’s mother, and finally the grandmother.…
    Tell us, witness, how many persons were exterminated in the camp on an average, daily.
    On an average, from ten to twelve thousand persons daily.5

    A view might conceivably be entertained that the Nazi gas-chambers reflected a ‘humane approach’, akin to that of a well-regulated abattoir. If the sub-humans had to die, it was better that they die quickly rather than in protracted agony. In practice, there is no evidence that Nazi logic knew any such considerations. The operation of the Nazi death-camps was characterised by totally heartless efficiency and gratuitous bestiality.

    The ‘death-factory’ at Jasenovac in Croatia was operated by the Fascist Ustaša from 1942 to 1945. It became the object of intense propaganda in post-war Yugoslavia; and the official count of ‘700,000 victims, mainly Serbs’ has since been called into question.6 But there can be little doubt about the total absence at Jasenovac both of mercy and of modern technology. Sensational stories abound. But shooting or gassing might have been regarded as a blessed reprieve from death by mass clubbings, by immersion in boiling cauldrons, or by decapitation with handsaws.

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