Sunday, March 26, 2006

A Great Read From Infidel Bloggers Alliance

This is a great post from the IBA by Pastorius.

I'll post most of it, but go read the whole thing.


The French Are Beginning To Wake Up


“Nous sommes tétanisés,” said my French friend. [We are paralyzed.]

The French are beginning to wake up, beginning to lift up their Ostrich head from the sand. As opposed to the frequent dismissals I ran across in the past – when it wasn’t accusations of racism – I now met an increasing number of people willing to say, “we don’t disagree” (the French really don’t like to say “you’re right”). But, as my friend put it, we don’t know what to do. “We’re paralyzed.”

I haven’t been in France since last Spring, so a number of factors played in the mixture. Obviously the Fall (Ramadan) 2005 riots that started in the Parisian suburbs and spread through France sobered people considerably, despite the official position of the media, political, and academic elites that this was not a religious or cultural issue, but one of socio-economic inequities that could be solved by addressing those inequities. But more recently, there had occurred two things that sobered them considerably.

First, the Danish cartoons. Most every Frenchman I spoke with (especially the non-Jews, who are in most denial about the religious dimension) mentioned them. Even the French, who do not have much of a sense of humor about other people making fun of them, understood that the Muslim reaction revealed a level of immaturity beyond anything they had, in their cognitively egocentric slumber, ever imagined. It was for them a sobering look at a religious mafia, intimidating anyone who dare criticize it. The cultural gap between the French and an Islam which, they had begun to acknowledge, played an increasingly powerful role among its immigrant population, lay bare before their eyes.

Second, the slow torture of Ilan Halimi, a Jewish youth, kidnapped and tortured to death over a three-week period in one of the “territoires perdus” of the Republic, awoke the French to the depth of barbarity that had grown up under their noses. That Islamic hatred played a role came across unmistakably with the calls to the Jewish parents and the reading of Quranic verses over the sound of their son tortured in the background. But the gang was really more a mostly Muslim collection of immigrant sons from the hood, from the “territoires perdus.”

Indeed the most terrifying part of the tale came when the leader of the gang got arrested in the Ivory Coast (whence his parents had emigrated before his birth). His picture smiling and making the V sign with his fingers shocked people with its utter lack of any sign of conscience, and his subsequent interview confirmed the impression.

But those with eyes, like Nidra Poller, could see. Youssouf Fofana was not a religious fanatic poisoned by paranoid underground hatreds. Here was Nietzsche’s blond beast in blackface, without conscience, a predator who feels no need to apologize to his prey. Robust sadism. The barbarians at the gates… in the suburbs. And their neighbors, who remained silent for weeks as they heard the cries of the tortured youth – not even an anonymous call – illustrated how powerful the dominion of the killers in these territoires perdus.

That alone is worrysome enough, but at least it is waking up the people of France.

What got me was a comment on the post...


Urban intellectual France is totally paralysed and terminally fucked.

Maybe there are still some patriots in a few Islamafia-free zones in 'La France Profonde', and sympathisers in the military who have the will to sort things out, but even so the French solution to the Muslim problem could be very messy.

The alternative future for France is the Muslim solution to the French problem.

That says it all for me.

Where do you think The US is on that front?

Are we ready to deal with the Muslim problem?

Or are we going to wait until our elimination is part of the Muslim Solution for US?

The French are behind in dealing with it, and they are at a point that they will have to fight to save their country.

If The US keeps pandering to CAIR and the Muslim community, France is our future.

I don't know, like I said, I'm getting frustrated with The US lately.

I don't think we as a people will have the foresight to see this coming, just like France didn't.

Sadly, I have, and have for some time, had the opinion that it will take another major attack on The US before we, as a people, take the Muslim hatred of us seriously.

I hope I'm wrong.

But if the Mexican immigration issue is any indication, we'll be behind.

I have much to say about the Mexican immigration issue as well, but I'll save that for another time...

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