Skip to comments.The News From Occupied France
Posted on 05/24/2012 7:21:22 AM PDT by Kaslin
In the recent French presidential election, Nicolas Sarkozy was narrowly defeated by Francois Hollande. Faced with a similar financial crisis as much of Europe and raging unemployment, Sarkozy had championed cutbacks in government spending, but Hollande had promised even more government largesse, "Austerity can no longer be inevitable!" he declared in his Sunday night victory speech.
Below is a photo of the Hollande victory celebration in La Bastille Plaza in Paris, historic site of the French Revolution. The text that follows the photo is not mine, but is from a trusted source, and includes a message from his French friend Maxime Lépante. I spoke at an international conference in Paris in 2003 and was told then that 30% of the population under the age of 15 in France at that time was Arab Muslims and, they didn't come with any plans to assimilate into French culture.
It was already a problem, and I said many times following my visit that the end of the France as we had known it may be at hand. Since then, the challenges created by the large foreign Muslim population have been evident on many occasions including the Paris riots in 2005, 2007, 2009, and again in 2011. Lépante's chilling, ominous analysis of the election results suggests that it was just manifested again. And, the French experience is far from unique in Europe.
"This photo was taken at La Bastille Plaza in Paris, during the election celebration for the comrade socialist president Hollande. See any French flags? Anywhere? Actually, there is ONE towards the bottom right. The other flags are in order of appurtenance, Palestinian (2 flags top right+1 center left), Algerian, Turkish (towards center), Syrian (towards left of pic + below Palestinian flag), Moroccan (w. star in center), and European Union flag. The other flags I cant recognize, there are also Syndicates or Unions flags. That's France in a nutshell."
"This e-mail was sent from a friend in France, French citizen Maxime Lépante."
Hello to my American friends,
As you know, the Socialist François Hollande won the presidential elections in France, last Sunday. It is a catastrophe for France.
Hollande was elected by the Muslims:
A survey (of 10,000 Muslims) shows that 93% of the Muslims voted for him.
As 2 million Muslims participated in this election, Hollande got 1,720,000 Muslim votes more than Sarkozy did: (0.93-0.07) x 2,000,000 = 1,720,000. But at the end, from the entire population, he got only 1,139,316 votes more than Sarkozy. So, without the Muslims' votes, Sarkozy would have been re-elected.
All the Muslim criminals feel now empowered. Criminality is already on the rise (1,700 cars were burnt in France for the first night). Muslims are screaming anti-French and anti-Jews watchwords in our streets.
Veiled women, wearing the illegal burqa, are strolling in our streets.
And, as if this wasn't enough, Hollande wants to give to all the foreigners the right to vote in our elections!!
France will face a very hard situation. We are heading for civil war in a few years.
That's the last news from occupied France.
What is it with the French and burning cars? For Pete’s sake, import some Chevy Volts.
How sad that we shall live to see Notre Dame Cathedral turned into a mosque, and French women wearing burqas, to avoid acid and knife facial attacks from the muslims.
Yes, if you haven’t been I highly recommend putting “going to Paris” on your to-do list now. Don’t wait too much longer. The Eifel Tower, Arch De Triomphe, Louvre and Notre Dame could all be subject to be tore down when the Islamists take over.
I’m going to Paris then Bidart June 12th. Kinda nervous as I have never been over seas before, this doesn’t help much either.
One thing to keep in mind about France though. Their former empire consisted of all those French North African countries (Morocco, Algiers, Tunisia, Cameroun). All of them Muslim and French citizens. So they have had a large population of French citizens who were muslim for a while.
Had to look up Bidart. Never heard of it before! Looks like it’s right on the border. You’ll have to jump across the border and visit Spain also! I wouldn’t be nervous. You’ll be going around a good time. A lot of Parisians leave Paris during the summer for their vacations. It won’t be as crowded, at least with Parisians.
Another good thing is the dollar rising against the Euro. It’s around 1.27 to the dollar now I believe. Hopefully it will be less than that when you go. Have fun and enjoy yourself. Bon Voyage!
I couldn’t care less about Paris, but I’ve been wanting to go to the 24 Hours of Le Mans for a while now. Guess I’d better move that up the list...
Yep.....with a socialist in charge, pretty soon it’ll become the 30 Minutes of LeMans with three electric cars, a bus and a bicycle.
And the bicycle would win because all it would need is a rider change every so often.
In recent weeks the MSM have cleverly begun to use the word “Austerity” to replace politically dangerous words like “Keynesian Stimulus” or “Deficit Spending” or “Money Printing.”
The political Left - in America and Europe - instantly jumped on board.
Not only does the word “Austerity” distract attention from the underlying economic policies, it reinforces the political fiction that Conservatives are tight fisted and heartless.
Look at this as a good thing for France. These socialists will run up the bills, cave to multiculturalism and Islamic people and bankrupt the state. No one took the dire warnings of Sarkosy seriously. They will after a few years of these clowns. I can see France going hard right in a few years—more toward fascism than Conservatism—then they will reject all they have clamored for in this election. Before they will change—they must be abused and starved.