Face of the day

The French President with his flag

The French President with his flag – photoshop by SB

A leader with no backbone is no leader at all. French President Francois Hollande refuses to address the elephant in the room and the clear link between increased Muslim immigration and Anti-semitism in France. It is so bad now that Jews are leaving France in large numbers as they no longer feel safe there.

Muslims are not being killed in France, Jews and cartoonists and journalists are, yet his concern is for Muslims.

The terrorists are clearly Muslim / Islamic yet he claims that they are not.

He is the little boy with chocolate smeared all over his face who when asked by his Mum who ate the chocolate cake replies, ” there was no chocolate cake. ”

 

 

FRENCH PRESIDENT FRANCOIS HOLLANDE: France faced up to this. First of all, I express all my solidarity to the families of the victims of the wounded but France faced up to it because when she overcomes a hardship, a tragedy for the nation and this is an obligation for us to face up to it… I want to congratulate the courage, the bravery of the police officers of all of those who participated in these operations. I want to say to them that we are proud, proud of them because order has been given and they carried out the assault with the same result. They did this to save human lives. Those of the hostages. They did this to neutralize the terrorists. Those who had killed, but France even if she is aware that she’s overcome, she can together with the security forces. France has not finished with this threat. And so I want to call on you for vigilance. Vigilance for the state to show demonstration and together with the Prime Minister I have a reinforced even more in order to protect public places and to ensure that we can live peacefully without any time being threatened or at risk but we must be vigilant. I call on you also to unity because i expressed myself, the French people, this is our best weapon. Unity that we must demonstrate our determination to fight against anything that can divide us and first of all, to be impeccable, to be totally against any racism and anti-antisemitism. A terrible antisemitic attack was committed today in the Kosher shop. Not to be divided means we must not make any confusion concerning these terrorists and fanatics that have nothing to do with the Muslim religion.

-realclearpolitics

 


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  • conwaycaptain

    On the news apparently 6K French Jihadists are in Syria compared to 500 Brits.
    In the Independent an interesting article by Robert Fisk as to why these Algerian Immigrants HATE France. All goes back to the Algerian War of Independence and how the French Army Acted.
    When the French Army Mutinied in Algeria De Gaulle was worried that Les Paras could possibly drop in on Paris and take over.
    The Frederic Forsyth book The Day of the Jackal is based on fact. The 1st film with Edward Fox was excellent

    • Aucky

      In many ways Algeria is to France as Ireland is to Britain but the old enmities have not diminished at all as they have in Britain and Ireland’s case. The Irish ‘troubles’ paled into insignificance compared to the Algerian conflict. France continues to intervene in its former north African colonies to protect its commercial interests & these territories are predominantly Muslim. The nub of France’s current problems is a massive number of unemployed & dispossessed with French Muslims over-represented. Al Qaeda has capitalised on the situation and radicalised disaffected Muslim youth.

      Treat the cause – unemployment & disaffection and France will go a long way to solving its problem.

      • Curious

        The only problem is that France is in love with socialism so will never be able to address these issues. It is a shame but France has been heading this was since the French Revolution

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        • conwaycaptain

          That is right Curious. France is Socialism and they will not do without their subsidies. That is why France LOVES the EU with all the lovely money paid by the Brits and into the coffers of the French Farmer, Fisherman, Winegrower etc etc.

        • Aucky

          I agree and until the root causes are resolved the situation will continue to deteriorate. To blame the issues totally on religion will achieve nothing.

      • intelligentes candida diva

        I couldnt agree more well said

        I have wondered what type of system France has for children without parents because the Kouachi brothers > resultant jihadi Islamic terrorist murderers were children once and their parents died consequently they were in foster care.
        I would like to know more of their childhood ….young and vulnerable at one point, another aspect in France that may require improvements i.e. “We cannot always build a future for our youth, but we can build our youth for the future.” ― Franklin D. Roosevelt,

  • JRyan

    Maybe he should read this, it may inspire hm.

    http://dotsub.com/view/72457cbc-fe18-4053-ae3f-6c7639cf4e79

  • Pete

    But then, this.

    French Premier Declares ‘War’ on Radical Islam as Paris Girds for Rally

    http://www.nytimes.com/2015/01/11/world/europe/paris-terrorist-attacks.html?_r=0

  • Timebandit

    Unfortunately it seems to be the way of the western world.. Here is an article that is a little to close the the mark…from Spiked

    http://www.spiked-online.com/newsite/article/what-if-icharlie-hebdo-i-had-been-published-in-britain/16443#.VLFo9SusWQC

  • intelligentes candida diva

    The final statement is disheartening to read and I feel bitterly disappointed he took this approach …how and why would he say that when the links are evidenced and it is known. If I feel this way it would be interesting to hear the views of The French people.

    I have tried to justify his statement in my head but really I cannot.

    On another social media site I put a reply to a comment that indicated not to forget the Policeman on his bike, my reply was around also lets not forget the innocent Jews murdered in the supermarket…..nada! Its as though there is a a blank gap in a large portion of humanity’s thinking…a mind set that eliminates acknowledging or supporting Jews against their adversaries.

    • Albert Lane

      Do we know that the customers were Jews? We’re told that many of their customers were Muslims. The victims in the Jewish museum killings in Paris were all Christians I believe. At least one of the cops murdered in the latest terrorist attack was a muslm. We’re also being told that by far the largest numbers of victims in attacks caused by muslim extremists are muslim. So why isn’t the muslim community quietly taking action against these people? Why? Is it because they know that if they stand up against them, they and their families will be the next victims? I sincerely think that any person convicted of terrorism or support for terrorists (including moral support) should be subject to a mandatory death penalty. Terrorism and its supporters are not of this earth.

  • Eiselmann

    Hollande Logic:
    If it walks like a duck
    Sounds like a duck
    Looks like a duck
    it must be an Elephant.
    …do all Muslims launch Jihadist attacks, clearly no….however after almost 25000 attacks in the name of Allah since 9-11 there is clearly something in that religion that drives these attacks, there is clearly a significant percentage of the Muslim community that supports these attacks , and the Koran directs Muslims to remove corruption from the Earth, so these attacks clearly have something to do with Islam….how can the West protect itself if our leaders refuse to acknowledge the root source of the problem.

  • Morse

    Perhaps his next gambit will be to apologise for being a (christian) man….????

  • Dumrse

    Given they think alike, this nutter must be Wussels cousin.

    • sheppy

      Wussell would be plotting how to get a bill through parliament to redistribute wealth to the terrorists

      • Dumrse

        Therefore his cousin Hollande would be his best advisor. Brainless twits think alike.

        • sheppy

          Aka fools seldom differ!

  • Isherman

    Given Hollande has the lowest popularity rating of any French president in modern times at 12% (YouGov Poll Nov. 2014), do we really believe that he can afford to upset 9% of the population?..wouldn’t think so. On Balance you would have to say they were better off with the Hungarian before him, and that’s saying something.

  • Garbageman

    Nuff said

  • Dave

    The true test of leadership, is courage under Fire whilst maintaining your values, and he has failed, failed himself and failed the people he had been elected to lead. Sure, a calming voice and demeanor is good to calm and lynch mobs etc, but Hollande has missed the crucial moment to condem ANY person who commits atrocities such as terrorism or personal vendettas on French soil, or against French citizens and residents wherever they live in the world. I am sure a lot of locals will recognise this and seek to remove him when the next elections are held, but in the meantime…… This is unless of course, he is simply calming the waters whilst ensuring the military and police remove or neutralise any real threats quietly.

  • timemagazine

    The left hates Jews anyway so FH might be happy they leave in droves. It would be nice if they could come to NZ, as they are hard working and honest people.

  • Curly1952

    “There are none so blind as those who will not see. The most deluded people are those who choose to ignore what they already know.” (based on a the biblical verse Jeremiah 5:21 – “Now hear this, O foolish and senseless people, Who have eyes but do not see; Who have ears but do not hear.”
    It is the same old story – unless you confront something straight up it continue to fester and cause bigger problems in the future. Lift the veil, stop the charades and take these terrorists head on.

  • Sweet Lips.

    Reminds me of Russell Norman, lots of ideas and when it comes too the real issue they end up with cake on there face.

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