Monday, January 12, 2015

The Consequences of French Oppression of Indigenous Peoples

Michael L.

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A big Tip 'O the Kippa to Yoel, formerly or currently of the IDF, at the esteemed Elder's Joint.


10 comments:

  1. There are 740 so called no-go zones in France today. Partition is slowly happening on its own. Already Lyon and Marseille are basically Muslim cities.

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  2. Free, free East Paris!

    This occupation will not stand, man...

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  3. This is funny and scary at the same time. I predict France is in for a lot more terrorism; especially if local Muslims start building "firecracker," rockets. Part of me would love to see it despite it being vile. Just to see how they handle it ya know?

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  4. Of course you understand that for millions of people in Europe this isn't satire, this is specifically what they want and demand and expect to get one way or another.

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  5. France is screwed. No way even the most far right politicians will do the awful, nasty stuff that would need to be done to undo the problem. Too late, France. Hopefully this will be a wake up call for other countries to guard against what France allowed to happen. Tough love won't cut it.

    "For Jews, the Zionist vision has once again been tragically vindicated"....Isi Leibler

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  6. "Merkel says Islam 'belongs to Germany' ahead of Dresden rally"

    Hmmmmm. Looks like Germany is on the way out too.

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  7. The French need to share that land because it does not belong exclusively to them and East Paris needs to be the capital of a French Arab state living in peace side-by-side with their Euro-French neighbors.

    The militants who committed these heinous acts were forced into desperate circumstances by an entirely racist and unjust society and government that keeps the indigenous population in poverty, so what would anyone expect?

    If the French terrorist state wishes to be welcome within the community of nations it will need to reform itself in such a manner that will provide economic and racial justice to the local Arabs and Muslims.

    I'm afraid that if France refuses to make these fundamental changes to its imperialist nature it will continue to experience the kind of blow-back that we saw last week.

    The world has moved on from the type of hard-right nationalism embodied by the exclusionary French state and if France wishes to join the rest of us it will need to make some very hard moral decisions.

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  8. The Frankestinians have rights!

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    1. One can only marvel at how long the Frankestinians, who are the most ancient and noble indigenous people of Europe, have peacefully put up with brutal 'French' aggression. Especially since the 'French' are merely converts and recent transplants from Iceland and Luxembourg.

      This is simply no way to treat the people who invented bechamel, and who hold keys to their ancient familial pattiseries in East Paris, which is the second-most holy city in their belief system and which was the place to which their prophet once rode a flying hormonal squirrel for some cassoulet, which they also invented.

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  9. Keeping in mind that the European ideal of transnationalism embeds within itself the concept that nation states are wrong. Why not dissolve the nation state into micro confederacies held together by a common ideal. Any ideal. It doesn't matter whether that's Islam or Nazism or Werewolfism.

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