In other words, left to fend for themselves the muslims would be attacking them day and night……

Anti-Semitic incidents in France plummet in first half of ’16, official says

Children peering out from a doorway as armed soldiers patrol outside their school in the Jewish quarter of the Marais district in Paris, France, Jan. 13, 2015. (Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images/via JTA)

Posting of some 12,000 soldiers at Jewish neighborhoods has had a ‘discouraging effect’ on potential attackers, anti-racism czar says

September 15, 2016,

Anti-Semitic incidents in France have decreased by 64 percent in the first half of 2016 compared to a year ago, according to a French official who credited his government’s policing around Jewish institutions.

Gilles Clavreul, France’s interministerial delegate for the fight against racism and anti-Semitism, said this week that the drop began in June 2015 and continued into the first seven months of this year over the corresponding period of 2015.

NOTE: They should be able to arm themselves, after a number of Muslims who tried to attack them are shot dead, that will send a message just as well, even more so.


As the Left would say, progress!


Paris is a post-apocalyptic hellhole of public urination and litter. Hurrah for the incivility brigade

The Eiffel Tower at night
The City of Light can be rather squalid CREDIT: JOHN KELLERMAN/ALAMY

It was 1am and we were just leaving dinner at a friend’s house behind Montmartre. We were tired, but the taxi we’d called for never appeared. So we headed down to the main road to try to hail a cab, along with a number of other stragglers now wishing, like us, they’d kept Metro hours.

Within minutes, several men had urinated in plain sight very near to us; one had clambered up on a little raised platform with some shrubbery on it just to do so. Nearby, a woman yelled in French “You’re no better than beasts!” but the beasts took no heed. Faced with this scene, not a taxi in sight, we walked the three-and-a-bit miles back to our flat. This was Paris in 2016.

Despite its extraordinary charms, the City of Light can also feel like an anarchic, post-apocalyptic hellhole – people litter, spit and pee freely in the streets, as if the city were their personal lavatory, bin and ashtray combined.

The French capital can be rubbish

Ubiquitous dog poo only adds to the fun, while young women unlucky enough to be stuck trying to get home after hours will know that the loutish menace only intensifies with the incessant sexual harangues of the litterers and the fowlers. So what, the French might shrug? C’est la vie, or at least, la vie parisienne.

But is it? The fun may finally be over for Parisian boors. On Monday, the city sent an 1,800 strong “incivility brigade” into the streets to try to curb the uncouth behaviour of locals and tourists alike. And while there have previously been fines in places for “incivility”, this time the officers will be in uniform, armed with tear gas and batons. Those caught fouling or littering can expect fines of €68 (£57)

More here. H/T: Fjordman


Or…an undocumented tard…

Two police officers attacked with a knife in Molenbeek


By: Editor
07/09/16 –

MZ, the man who, on Wednesday afternoon, assaulted two police inspectors in Molenbeek-Saint-Jean with a knife, is a Moroccan national aged 24 years residing illegally in Belgium. MZ has repeatedly received an order to leave the territory. It is already known to police and justice for flights but not for terrorism. His hearing by the police was still ongoing Thursday night, Brussels prosecutors said.

The incident occurred around 14.45 in the park Bonnevie in Molenbeek-Saint-Jean. A woman reported two agents that a man was walking in the park with a knife. Officers went to find the suspect to talk.

Without a word, the latter immediately attacked with a kitchen knife. One of the inspectors received seven stab wounds in the stomach but was not injured because he was wearing a bulletproof vest. His colleague also received a stab also remained without effect through the bulletproof vest he had on him


Personally I think that we are way past banning islamofashion, civilization jihad has entered every facet of our lives.

If we do not curtail Muslim immigration/migration to the West, these types of laws will be short lived, as the new masters on the block take matters into their own hands and impose sharia norms on us.

End of the burkini? Nice becomes latest French town to BAN Islamic swimsuit

THE burkini faces being outlawed across France after the Riviera city of Nice became the latest to ban the Islamic swimsuit from its beaches.


A woman wearing a burkiniAFP

Nice has become the latest French city to ban the burkini

Officials specifically referenced the Islamic State (ISIS) Bastille Day terror attacks in the city as they announced the tough new measure.

City hall chiefs brought in new laws outlawing any garment which “overtly manifests adherence to a religion at a time when France and places of worship are the target of terrorist attacks”.

Nice is just the latest in a string of seaside towns to ban the burkina, igniting an intense debate about secularism and the state in France.

The controversial burka is already outlawed in the country, which has long prided itself on the separation of religion from government.

A woman in the sea wearing a burkiniAFP

City hall chiefs outlawed the garment saying it is not compatible with French values

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Dr.Gerstenfeld’s latest article on: The Letter to President Hollande Netanyahu Did NOT Write. It was originally published by INN and reposted here with the author’s consent.

The Letter to President Hollande Netanyahu Did NOT Write

Manfred Gerstenfeld

After the Nice terror attack by Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, who identified with ISIS and murdered 85 people, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made a statement saying, “Israel strongly condemns the terrible terror attack. Israelis stand united with the French people. Israel is willing to help the French government fight this evil until it is defeated.”1 2 He did not say that Israel stands united with the French President and the government.

Had Netanyahu not followed diplomatic niceties, he might have written the French president the following text:

President Hollande,

I would like to extend my condolences to the wounded and the families of the murdered in the Nice terror attack perpetrated by Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, for which ISIS claimed responsibility.3  

In writing to you, however, I am not expressing my solidarity with France or its government. Several countries, including France, directly support organizations that engage in anti-Israel incitement, calls to boycott Israel and do not recognize Israel’s right to exist. It is my intention to have this investigated.4

French ministers, and in particular Prime Minister Manuel Valls, have done their best to say the right words to the local Jewish community regarding the fight against anti-Semitism. Responding to the increasing anti-Semitic environment in France, Mr. Valls has stated, ‘I said with my words, with my heart, and I will continue to repeat it because it is a profound conviction: without the Jews of France, France would not be France.’5

Sympathy for terrorism is, however, expressed at lower levels of French government. In Aubervilliers, Palestinian terrorist Marwan Barghouti has been awarded honorary citizenship.6 In Valenton, both a street and square have been named after him.7 By glorifying Barghouti, the municipalities of these towns are legitimizers of Palestinian murderous terrorism against Israeli citizens. Barghouti is currently serving five life sentences for the planning of three shooting attacks that killed five people. After he was convicted and imprisoned, he was re-elected as a member of the Palestinian Authority parliament. In addition, the Palestinian Authority and the PLO have recently launched a campaign to nominate Barghouti for the Nobel Peace Prize.8

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Reality bites…….


No idea about the perp yet …..police keeping THOSE details close to chest.

Dutch girl, 8, reportedly raped on campsite in France

Europe August 10, 2016

Dome tents camping near pine tree on high mountain

The parents of an eight-year-old Dutch girl, whom French media said had been raped on a campsite, have made a formal police complaint about the attack, Dutch media said on Wednesday.

French media reported on Tuesday evening that the girl had been attacked by an unknown man at around 3am. She was sleeping in her own tent next to her parents. He ran off when she screamed.

NOS correspondent Frank Renout said that doctors have established there had been ‘sexual contact’.

The attack happened at a campsite in Saint-Alban-Auriolles in the Ardèche region. No trace of the attacker has yet been found but 35 soldiers and a helicopter are involved in the hunt, RTL said.



I have my probs with Trump, they’re well known here, but hey, I think it’s great to see them getting their knickers tied in a knot over him.


NOTE: These are anti-liberty minded French (statists), so screw them.

Hollande on Donald Trump: ‘He makes you want to retch’

Hollande on Donald Trump: 'He makes you want to retch'

Photo: AFP

Published: 03 Aug 2016 09:10 GMT+02:00

“His excesses make you want to retch, even in the United States, especially when — as was Donald Trump’s case — he speaks ill of a soldier, of the memory of a soldier,” Hollande told journalists in Paris.
The French leader was referring to a feud between Trump and the Muslim parents of a slain US soldier, which has shaken the presidential campaign just three months before the November vote.
Hollande criticised Trump’s “hurtful and humiliating comments”.

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Dr.Gerstenfeld’s interview with Ambassador Emeritus (ret.) Freddy Eytan on French-Israeli relations under President Hollande.  It was published in Israel National News in anticipation of the visit of Prime Minister Valls of France to Israel in the coming days, and republished here with the author’s permission.

Freddy Eytan1


Manfred Gerstenfeld interviews Freddy Eytan

Dr.Manfred Gerstenfeld“Prior to his election, François Hollande, President of France, had not developed close ties with the Jewish community, in contrast with the two previous right wing presidents Nicolas Sarkozy and Jacques Chirac. As far as Israel is concerned, Hollande follows a basic policy line similar to that of previous socialist leaders such as Leon Blum and François Mitterrand. Their guiding principle is support for the existence of a Jewish state in secure and recognized borders. At the same time, the Palestinian people should have self-determination in a state alongside Israel.”

Freddy Eytan is a journalist and former diplomat. He was Israel’s ambassador to Mauritania and also served in Israel’s embassies in Paris and Brussels. He is an expert on France’s Middle East policy and has published twenty books, among them Sarkozy, the Jewish World and Israel, published in French in 2009 by the Alphée publishing house in Paris.

“One key element of Hollande’s foreign policy is that he wants a strong France closely bonded with Germany in the European Union. He is suspicious of the United States and was furious with Obama for his second thoughts on overturning the Assad regime in Syria, reversing his position on the issue at the last minute. Since then relations between Paris and Washington have remained tense. In military operations, such as in Mali, Hollande prefers that France should go it alone.

“In his program for the 2012 Presidential elections, the Palestinian-Israel conflict only figured in 12th place. In the Middle East, apart from his desire to get rid of Assad, Hollande saw the rise of ISIS and in particular that of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt as a strategic menace. In contrast to Obama’s actions, Hollande has reinforced France’s relations with the Egyptian President General El-Sisi, Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States. He was also far less conciliatory toward the Iranian nuclear project than the Americans, who sought an agreement at any cost.

“Hollande keeps the Palestinian-Israel conflict separate from bilateral French-Israeli relations. Bilateral French-Israeli relations have significantly improved and are currently the best they have been since Israel’s honeymoon with the French socialists in the 1950s. Both countries now have more interests in common. The wave of Muslim terror in Europe requires collaboration and exchange of information between their intelligence services. Military relationships have improved, together with economic interactions. Nowadays several major French companies are represented in Israel including the EDF energy group and the Alsthom transport company.

“At the same time however, France maintains its ‘automatic’ favorable attitude toward the Palestinians. Chirac offered the PLO a diplomatic office in 1974. Mitterrand received Arafat in 1989 at the Elysee Palace in Paris, and under Sarkozy, France voted in favor of the Palestinians joining UNESCO.

“In line with this automatic stance, under Hollande’s leadership France supported a scandalous motion ignoring the Jewish connection with the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. Israeli Prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu sent a strongly worded letter to Hollande to protest the motion. In Hollande’s somewhat bizarre reply, he explained that there had been a technical error and a misunderstanding. French Jewish leaders, including the Chief Rabbi Haim Corsia reacted far more forcefully than the Israeli foreign office, which limited itself to the publication of a communique on the matter.

“Another negative development is the almost obsessive French plan for an international conference on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. France sees here an opportunity to insert itself in the vacuum left by the Obama administration.

“The French parliament, with its socialist majority, voted in favor of the recognition of a Palestinian state. This was an important, albeit symbolic vote. Only the government can formalize such a decision, something it has not done. Hollande had to take into account here the power of the pro-Palestinian left wing in his socialist party, as well as the Green party. As Hollande is the least popular post-war French president to date, he will need all the support he can get if he wants to have a chance in the 2017 presidential elections.

“Under Hollande’s presidency, France has known a number of murderous terrorist attacks by Muslims, both against non-Jews and Jews. Since last November a state of emergency has been declared. Since the murders of four Jews in Toulouse in 2012 the security around Jewish synagogues and schools has been greatly reinforced.

“France’s current Prime Minister Manuel Valls, has on many occasions expressed great admiration for French Jewry. Both Hollande and Valls have come out strongly against anti-Semitism. Yet they viewed Netanyahu’s calls urging French Jews to move to Israel in a bad light, seeing this as interference in the country’s internal affairs.

“All deadly terrorist attacks against Jews have been committed by French Muslims. Despite the state of emergency and the massive presence of police and the military in the streets, there is still a feeling of insecurity in the country. This feeling is particularly strong among Jews.

“The first round of the French presidential elections will be held in April 2017. The political campaigns have already begun. It is already apparent that this will be a rude and noisy battle, which will strengthen extremists in both the left and right camp. What that means for the Jews remains to be seen.”


Yet another Orwellian named conference……

They’re not fooling anyone, and for a return gesture the Israeli’s should recognize a Basque state in France.

French presidential candidate Francois Hollande dust up

The French are prone to Jew hatred, this much we do know. The debunked (and very antisemitic) meme of “the Israelis are holding up the breakout of real peace throughout the entire Middle East region” is still the driving force in diplomatic circles, and heavily steeped in the Jew hating canard of the Jew being the poisoners of wells.

France believes it can solve peace in the Middle East without actually involving the Israelis or the Palestinians. But in reality, I don’t think that’s their goal at all:

CBN NEWS – France says it will go ahead with its Middle East peace conference at the end of the month despite Israel’s objections.

Following meetings with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas in Ramallah, French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault told reporters France has not changed its mind.

The French plan is to host dozens of foreign ministers on May 30 ostensibly to jump start the moribund Israeli-Palestinian peace talks. That conference, which excludes Israel and the P.A., will be followed by another later in the year. If that doesn’t bring the desired results, France says it will unilaterally recognize a Palestinian state.

While the P.A. welcomes the French initiative, Israel rejects it.

“This morning I met with the French foreign minister,” Netanyahu said at the cabinet meeting. “I told him that the scandalous UNESCO decision, which was supported by France, that does not recognize the Jewish people’s ties – which are thousands of years old – to the Temple Mount, casts a shadow on the fairness of any forum that France tries to convene.”

The UNESCO resolution, which France supported, denies any Jewish connection to the Temple Mount or the Western Wall.


I emboldened what I believe the actual end-game goal here is, which is for France to recognize a Palestinian state. I mean, how can it not be? Do they really believe that can get the negotiations restarted so that it ends in an actual peace agreement? The premise itself is absurd, that there even can be or should be peace.

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And why is this Iranian Islamonazi jaw jawing it with French officials?

Because France, like many states in Europe value Iranian markets more than the lives of their own people, let alone those of the Jewish state of Israel that it has sworn to wipe off the face of map.


A member of the activist group Femen made it look like she was hanged off a bridge in Paris. It was in protest to Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s visit to Paris. Despite Iran’s horrendous human rights record, France is selling them 100 Airbus planes.

Video here. H/T: Vlad


First, here is the video Vlad had, translated and subtitled, of the retired general speaking just before his arrest by municipal police who were unlawfully deployed at the event.

H/T: Gaia

French police union files complaint against Calais after RT video of general’s arrest

Published time: 7 Feb, 2016 17:33

The French National Municipal Police Professional Union (SDPM) has filed a complaint over the actions of the Calais local authorities after the publication of an RT video showing the arrest of General Christian Piquemal during PEGIDA’s rally on Saturday.
The French National Municipal Police Professional Union (SDPM) has filed a complaint over the actions of the Calais local authorities after the publication of an RT video showing the arrest of General Christian Piquemal during PEGIDA’s rally on Saturday.

The SDPM filed a protest over the unlawful deployment of Calais municipal police during the anti-immigrant demonstration in the city on Saturday. The unsanctioned rally was organized by the PEGIDA movement and ended up in clashes between protesters and police officers.

“One can see a municipal police officer wearing a regulation uniform and carrying law enforcement equipment against the background of a moving crowd,” a statement published on the SDPM official website says, referring to a video uploaded to YouTube by RT France.

More here.


Necessary questions needed to be asked.

If the French Socialists are defeated in future parliamentary and presidential elections, should Israel indeed have any preference for contacts with them over the Front National? The very act of voicing such a question may seem heretical to many due to long term cultural constraints, but given the ruling Socialists’ recent negativity toward Israel in the international arena, it must be asked. It is clear that in the event Israel does choose to develop contacts with the FN, the connection should be built up very gradually, constantly reviewing that party’s attitudes on issues important to Israel. This is particularly true if Jean Marie Le Pen returns to the party.


Manfred Gerstenfeld

Dr.Manfred GerstenfeldThe recent regional elections in France have once again confirmed that the right wing Front National (FN) has become a major force in the country’s politics. In the first round it won 28% of the vote, more than any other party, coming first in six of the thirteen French regions.1 However in the second round, the FN did not win in any region. This was due to several factors, primarily the elimination of small left wing and right wing parties which had not passed the voting threshold, the significant increase in the number of voters and the withdrawal of Socialist lists in two of the regions. Even though the FN has not achieved control of any region, its tally of 6.7 million votes in the second round has set a new record for the party.

Many French Jews have consistently watched the FN with great suspicion. Its founder, the now 87 years old Jean Marie Le Pen, has always been an outspoken anti-Semite, and frequently minimized the importance and extent of the Holocaust. In April 2015 he called Nazi gas chambers a “detail” of history. The older Le Pen was condemned several times for anti-Semitic statements. He was expelled from the FN in August 2015.2

Marine Le Pen, his daughter, has been FN party leader since 2011. In an interview with the German weekly Der Spiegel she explained her views.3 The younger Le Pen is in favor of bringing back the French franc to replace the Euro. She wants France to exit from the European Union. The party is against globalization, and seeks to pursue an economic policy with strong isolationist elements.

The FN does not mention Muslims specifically, but is explicitly anti-immigration and non-integration. Le Pen has come out against alternative school menus which do not contain pork, for example.4 In 2010 she compared Muslims praying in the street to the German occupation of France. It led to a court case, in which she was acquitted.5

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But mosques are like synagogues and churches right….? Wrong! 

They’re staging areas for taking over that corner of society.



(Note: I differ with Raymond as far as Christianity “abrogating” Judaism is concerned. Yes Jesus laid down new understandings on Judaism which made up the new Christian perspective/faith. Jews however, can accurately lay claim to doing that themselves throughout their great diaspora period. How much impact Christianity had upon Jewish thought, is for others to decipher.)

Ammunition, IS propaganda found after France mosque closure

© AFP/File | Mohammed Ramdane, president of the Lagny-sur-Marne Mosque Association, answers questions December 2, 2015 after the closure of his prayer hall by French authorities in the wake of the November 13 Paris attacks The mosque was recently closed after a police search during the state of emergency following the November 13 attacks which killed 130 people. Ramdane lamented the closure of the mosque where the police “found nothing”.


Kalashnikov ammunition and Islamic State propaganda videos were seized in raids following the closure of a mosque in the Paris suburbs, French authorities said Sunday.

The prayer hall in Lagny-sur-Marne, around 30 kilometres (18 miles) east of the capital, was shut down last Wednesday following a large-scale police operation.

Associated with the traditionalist Salafist branch of Islam, it is the third mosque in France to be closed after the coordinated jihadist attacks on Paris on November 13.

The prefect — the highest representative of the state — in the Seine-and-Marne department said Sunday “7.62mm ammunition for a Kalashnikov rifle and propaganda videos” for the Islamic State group had been found in raids linked to the closure of the prayer hall.

The locations of the raids were not given.

More here. H/T: Tommy Robinson


French maroon…….

You mean to tell me that he actually believes he would be safer if his security crew would be unarmed? Hardly.

French Amb on Trump Gun Rights Claim: ‘Only in the Movies’ Does Someone Use a Gun to Defend Himself


Wednesday on Fox News Channel’s “Special Report,” French Ambassador to the United States Gerard Araud defend a tweet he had posted in response to Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump immediately following the terror attacks in Paris earlier this month. Araud described Trump as a “vulture” for a tweet Trump had made earlier in the year following the January attack on Charlie Hebdo.

Araud acknowledged he deleted the tweet, explaining it was immediately as his home country was reeling from the attacks, but doubled down on the sentiment he originally conveyed, which was using a gun to defend themselves in such a situation is something “only in the movies.”

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Is there any wonder why Jews are leaving in masse from France to safer shores?

It also goes to underline the necessity for the existence of the Jewish state, a safety valve for Jews during extreme times of anti-Semitism around the world.

ISIS supporters stab teacher at Jewish school in France, prosecutors say