About Those Riots In France
Over at this site, an author in the United Kingdom today posted the following article (All emphases in this color are mine):
Napoleon died long ago!Some friends of mine just a few days ago returned from their tour of Italy. On their way back to the United States, their airplane touched down for a brief layover at De Gaulle International Airport. According to my friends, the sight of smoke billowing over Paris brought back memories on 9/11.
Clearly, France is sliding into civil war. Last night saw mayhem all across France in the twelfth night of extreme violence. The best the French cabinet can come up with is the approval of the introduction of curfews, if the local authorities deem curfews necessary. The local authority can now declare a state of emergency, too. Can mark you! Wow! How Draconian these measures are! Further, Dominic de Villepin even went so far as to say that the government would take the necessary measures to re-establish order very quickly throughout France! Monsieur, you'll have to come up with a hell of lot more than this if you want La Belle France to survive!
A state of emergency should be declared across the whole of France - now, since the riots now stretch from North to South and from East to West. The country is in the grip of a civil war. Things are spiralling out of control. Where is the heavy hand of strong government? Where has that Napoleonic spirit disappeared to? Where is that French pride and determination to save the nation? Where is all that intellectuality - you know, what the French have always prided themselves on - to be able to think this thing through?
That this is an extremely grave situation is obvious to all. Now, there have been copycat outbreaks of violence in Belgium (5 cars have been set alight around the Gare du Midi, where Eurostar terminates) and Germany (5 cars have been destroyed in Berlin; six, in Bremen). Recent tensions in the Netherlands, after the murder of Theo van Gogh, will not help to make that country immune from the ire of the Muslim community, either. All this, and not a strong leader in sight!
Here in the United Kingdom we have a lame duck Prime Minister. Chirac in France is no better, especially since the vote on the European constitution, the USA has a President who has yet to convince me that he knows what Islam is all about and who is showing himself to be more of a little pussy at heart rather than that strong, assertive leader he seems to so wish to be!
I wouldn't give you a dime for the damn lot of them! They all want the power, the money and the glory that goes with high office, but none - I repeat, none - has the stomach to take the necessary measures to deal with the Islamization of the West. Islam is growing apace, growing in the West like a cancer in the stage of metastasis: it is metastasizing here and metastasizing there. And the West is in a feeble state, in a state of cachexia, with not a good surgeon for thousands of miles around!
The editor of The Telegraph this morning states that it would be tempting to draw historical comparisons with the events in France in May 1968 and with the revolutions of 1848, but adds that the events are distinguished more by their differences than their similarities. The reason, he states thus:The rioting in France this autumn has no clear political aim beyond an expression of disgust with the government and, in particular, the interior minister, Nicolas Sarkozy. Really! He needs to think again! These riots are indeed politically motivated - motivated by the politics of Islam!
It beggars belief that educated men in the know have yet to get a grip on the reality of what is happening in Europe today. These riots are but the first salvo shot across the bow of Europe! There is evidence aplenty of the intentions of the Islamic communities to turn Europe into Eurabia.
Three books come to mind as I write this: Eurabia, by Bat Ye'or, who describes extremely well, and in erudite fashion, what is going on here; The Rage and the Pride by Oriana Fallaci - another excellent book, and pertinent, because we see the rage of the Muslim communities of France, and the pride they have in feeling superior to the indigenous, infidel population; and, if I might suggest my own book, The Dawning of a New Dark Age [by Mark Alexander] which is exactly what will come about if the force of darkness that is Islam overcomes the force of the enlightenment of the West. [This last book is available here]
We need to ensure that our powder kegs are dry for the long and arduous battles ahead. This conflagration has all the makings of dragging the world into war. This is why it is so necessary to take tough measures to stop the rot NOW! This is no time for mealy-mouthedness, no time for political correctness, no time for the multiculturalists, and certainly no time to be thinking of bringing Turkey into the heart of Europe!
We need to roll back the frontiers. We need to drop the iron veil, the veil of which I wrote in my book. We need to stem the flow of immigrants into Europe, that means we must put an end to the crescades,waves of Muslim immigrants which have been allowed to enter Europe over the past decades without even a serious attempt to stem the flow.
This is a battle for the soul of Europe. A battle which must be won if we are to secure our civilization. Make no mistake about it: What is going on in France right now will impact on us all: the UK, the US, all of Europe, and even Australia and beyond. This is the clash of civilizations of which Samuel P Huntington wrote, and it will be the re-making of the world order if we fail to act decisively. There is no time to waste. Our task is clear: We need to re-assert our authority in our own lands, and win back control. For now, France needs its Napoleon. Stand up! Your country needs YOU!
Are we--Mark Alexander, my friends who just returned from Europe, and I--worrying about nothing? Or is something more insidious afoot, with France as the newest flashpoint? Has Eurabia arrived, in flames and violence? Have the Islamic chickens come home to roost?
Note: Readers are also advised to have a look at many of the articles posted about the riots in France at this web site, where Gindy has been keeping a running account. See Gindy's right sidebar to pull up several pieces to consider. Gindy is one of several doing an excellent job of keeping the account and of analizying the deeper meaning. Also see this site, this site, and this site, to name three more.