tirsdag, november 08, 2005


en svidende anklage mod Balkaniseringen af Europa, mod Menneskerettigheds-rytteriet og den forældede flygtninge konvention af 1951. Og der er ingen grund til at tro at det bliver sidste gang, eller at Frankrig bliver eneste land.
Spørgsmålet er om udgangforbuddet overhovedet kan overholdes. Og under de store mediers overflade foregår der tilsyneladende oprørende ting - se nedenfor:

Frankrike: Undantagstillstånd infört
Den franska regeringen beslutade på tisdagen att införa undantagstillstånd för att försöka sätta stopp för våldet i förorterna. Många oroas av parallellerna till Algerietkriget.
Chiracregeringens åtgärd är mycket ovanlig. Efter krigets slut har lagen bara använts en enda gång, i Nya Kaledonien 1984.

French media cover- up
If you think that French media are downplaying the extent of the actual violence and damage, you are right. Quite a bit of hard news is not being reported both by design and by the circumstances on the ground. State TV has already decided to stop repeating the number of cars burned every day and film crews (particularly white French film crews) are being chased from the suburbs after having their vehicles and equipment torched. The only journalists currently operating freely and without armed escort are from Algerian newspapers (El Watan has been cited as an example).
Callers on talk radio are starting to reveal what MSM is censuring: the racist, Islamist nature of the ongoing uprising.
State TV has already manipulated reports, albeit hamfistedly. The most notable example was the bait-and-switch reports about the handicapped woman doused with gasoline and burned by rioters. Every attempt was made to have viewers believe that race was not an issue.
The Socialist Mayor of Noisy le Grand, speaking on France Culture radio yesterday morning claimed that in his city women were dragged from their cars by their hair and, for all intense and purposes, stoned by rampaging youths (il a employé le terme "quasi lapidées" en fwançais). He also reported that molotov cocktails were thrown into people's homes. He then asked the Army to intervene. The host, somewhat shocked that a Socialist mayor would use such language on a live State radio broadcast, stammered for a few seconds. The reports have since slipped into a French media memory hole.
On a State TV France5 talk show, an Algerian writer living in Paris expressed shock at the scenes coming in from the suburbs where jellaba clad big brothers step in to calm youths and negotiate with police. He stated that such images reminded him of the happenings in Islamist neighborhoods of Algiers circa late 80s and early 90s. These images, very common in the first days of the riots, have now vanished from French TV screens which now favor scenes involving disenfranchised youths who repeat endlessly that they are victims of unemployment and racism.

French intifada targets churches
Jack Cashill spent a year in France as a Fulbright professor at the University of Nancy and visits often
The definitive French newspaper, Le Monde, reported deep in its headline Nov. 7 story that for the first time French street terrorists have turned their "colere" (anger) on "eglises" (churches). Overnight, they attacked one church in the town of Sete in the south of France, and another in the town of Lens in the north.
In Arabic, "intifadòa" means "shudder, awakening, uprising." A mounting, 11-day long attack on policemen, institutions of state, and now Christian churches by bands of angry, Arabic-speaking youth would seem at least as worthy of that term in Paris as it is in Jerusalem.
Of some concern to the British is that Lens is located in Pas-de-Calais, the French departement geographically closest to England. Indeed, every European country with a Muslim population fears that the intifada will erupt in its own quarters.............................................
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