It is the beginning of the end for French Women’s freedom

The Burkini ban is over before it could even start.The French have already surrendered to Sharia law. Once again the democratic laws of equality and freedom of religion have been twisted and used by the followers of anti-democratic and anti-women Sharia law to their advantage. Within a decade it will be a lone French woman bravely wearing a bikini on a French beach. She will stand out, surrounded by burkini clad non-Muslim and Muslim women alike. She will feel the pressure to conform and hostile Muslim male eyes will be upon her. “Slut” they will call out, ” Prostitute!” “She is asking to be raped,” they will say amongst themselves, ” she is being provocative,” they will whisper and the lone French woman will feel the fear and wonder when it all went so horribly wrong for France.

Image: thelibertarianrepublic

Image: thelibertarianrepublic

For those of you who think my prediction is fanciful, you should read what happened in France only last year. Burkinis are simply another nail in the coffin leading France and France’s women down the regressive and repressive path of Islam and Sharia law. In their eagerness to protect religious freedom at the expense of Muslim women’s personal freedom, the French have made it even harder for non-Muslim women to safely practice their personal freedom to dress how they want.

A woman in France was attacked by a group of Muslim girls. What was her fault? Why was she attacked by Muslim girls? The answer to these questions is she was wearing a bikini for sunbathing in a park last Wednesday when five Muslim girls ganged up against her.

After this incident, investigations was started and twitter users bashed against Muslim girls to do this act.

According to police officials, the woman was having fun with her two friends at Parc Léo Lagrange in Reims, when one of the attackers yelled her for exposing so much flesh in a public place and was shouting this is immoral.

The French woman in a bikini yelled back and in a result she was attacked.

The attackers were 16 to 24 years of age and they are not yet identified. Authorities also raised the speculations that the nearby housing area had a lot of Muslim population so there is a chance that the attack was religiously motivated.

Twitter activists and some anti-racist organizations have taken to social media sites to protest against the shameful act and asked to free the bikinis they used the hashtag #jeportemonmaillotauparc (I wear my swimsuit in the park).

According to the eyewitnesses, the woman was not seriously hurt but she was badly bruised.

The mayor of Reims Arnaud Robinet has said we have to be very careful and we should not jump to conclusion without investigation but if this incident has religious motivation then it is a very sad incident.

Outrage: Twitter users posted photographs of themselves in swimsuits in public spaces, in solidarity with the 21-year-old victim who was attacked in a park by a girl gang on Wednesday. Caption means: 'A swimsuit and a book. A special occasion' Read more: Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

Outrage: Twitter users posted photographs of themselves in swimsuits in public spaces, in solidarity with the 21-year-old victim who was attacked in a park by a girl gang on Wednesday. Caption means: ‘A swimsuit and a book. A special occasion’

How long do you think it will be before wearing a bikini will become a defiant symbolic act from non-Muslim French women desperately trying to hold on to the liberty that France used to represent? I imagine that they will form a Facebook group like My Stealthy Freedom in Iran where women bravely photograph themselves without their headscarves, risking imprisonment.



  • waldopepper

    if they simply want to slide gently into that goodnight, then so be it. to be honest the constant tales of the french, swedes, germans and poms just lying down and simply taking their occupation as a given it is all getting a bit meh. but this is exactly what europe did under the nazis. then the rest of the world had to go an bail them out, which is what i think will happen all over again.

    • David Kerr

      the rest of the world is in the same prediciment, so who exactly will do the bailing

      • Kevin

        The Americans of course.

        • OneTrack

          I’m not too sure about that. Maybe the US have had enough of bailing the rest of the world out, getting lambasted for it and then europe just throws it all away again.

  • fecnde

    Much has been made of conflict between allowing a French nuns habit & banning Burkini. I say ban both. Wetsuits are OK and not in conflict. There is no religious connotation.

    • LesleyNZ

      Wetsuits are worn for safety, warmth and comfort when diving. Men and women can wear wetsuits. Both the Burkini and the Nun’s habit are the result of men telling women how to dress and manipulating and controlling them by saying that God or Allah will be pleased if they wear clothes that cover most of their body and that they ensure their place in heaven. Feminist friends of mine have been defending the burkini under the banner of human rights, using the wetsuit and the nun’s habit to support their stance. They refuse to see the bigger picture and the consequence of their ill thought out support of the Burkini.

      • dennis

        A nuns habit is worn by women working for the Lord. It is not worn by the general female population. It is not a valid argument to compare the two. In fact when did you last see a nun in a habit.

        • Superman

          Or a nun in a habit on the beach?

  • iera

    The French may have made a mistake to pick this battle when other matters are more important. Photographs of Police forcing a burkini clad woman to remove garments seems ridiculous – where do they stop. It would be better to remove such women from the beach, but that is still bizarre.

    Better, perhaps, would be outlawing the shouting of the words “Allahu Akbar” in public – the terror verse, Bukhari Sahih Hadith 5.516 – whenever it is uttered people seem to die. Shouting these two words should result in a mandatory fine or period of imprisonment, in addition to the penalties for any other crime committed.

    The phrase is used constantly in Islamic culture. Translated it just means “God is greater”.
    But the banning of public use of it would legitimate, given what usually immediately follows now in countries like France, Germany and Austria, the UK and others.
    The phrase is used legitimately in Islamic mosque prayer and service, but is aggressive if not fatal when shouted in public.
    This forfeiture for Islam would mean more than banning the burkini.

    The only argument against such a law, would be that hearing “Allahu Akbar” shouted in public now may give you a second or so to duck.

  • cows4me

    Appeasement, appeasement, appeasement, the Islamic nutjobs must be laughing their tits off. Again the west’s own legal system and it’s political correctness is doing their biding. The French are fools, better to live another day on their knees than to take a stand and live as a free people. I think the suitable phrase is “kicking the can down the road”. Sooner or later the French people will have to chose between servitude or freedom, it would seem servitude is way out in front.

    • exactchange

      The French have a history of ‘to the barricades’.

      • Wolfman Jack

        The full quote is “run, run, back to the barricades’

  • Duchess of Pork

    At the moment I’m rather more concerned for German women’s freedom SB. The French are at least trying to avert the alien culture which is trying to control them. In comparison the Germans seem rather more inclined to confront the problems of cultural clashes by controlling their own native population. “No” tatoos on young German women visiting their local swimming pool? Not very wise given past German use of the tatoo, besides doing little to confront the cause of the groping epidemic at pools.