In high-profile cases, the dhimmi quislings running France will sometimes back down and permit mild criticism of Islamic colonists, as when Christine Tasin (a founder of Riposte Laïque [Secular Response]) and Marine Le Pen (president of the populist National Front party) recently had Islamophobia charges against them dropped. Others are not so lucky:
On June 5, Pierre Cassen and Pascal Hillout, two other members of Riposte Laïque, were sentenced to an extremely heavy fine of 21,200 euros ($26,000) for having written that “street prayers, veils and mosques” were “symbols of occupation and conquest.”
On April 10, author Renaud Camus was fined 4,000 euros ($5,000) for having said in 2010 that Muslim culture was slowly “replacing” French culture.
Three years earlier, in February 2011, writer and political journalist Eric Zemmour was sentenced to a fine of 1,000 euros ($1,250) and a payment of 10,000 euros ($12,500) to various associations and leagues. He had said during a talk show that “the majority of drug dealers in France are black and Arab Muslims.” The judges considered this was an “incitement to racial discrimination.”
Whether it is factually true would be irrelevant to France’s liberal overlords, who appear determined to reduce France to a Third World Islamic country predominantly populated by non-Europeans by the end of the century.
The French Interior Minister, Bernard Cazeneuve, called for street demonstrations against Zemmour. This is the first time in the history of modern France that an Interior Minister has publicly called for street demonstrations against a journalist.
Obama’s style of government by community organized mob rule is catching on.
The results of France’s policy of importing massive numbers of Muslims and then paying them to breed instead of work are what you might expect:
France is also the main European provider of jihadist recruits to the Islamic State. More than 1,000 French citizens are fighting in Syria and Iraq. Two of them have been spotted in a beheading video.
It is doubtful they will return from the Middle East any less determined never to assimilate.
Polls show that French citizens in ever-increasing numbers are concerned about the rising proportion of unintegrated Muslims in the country, the endless expansion of no-go zones, the increasing number of Islamic converts, and the “replacement” of the French people.
But they had better not complain about it, or they will be heavily fined by the same treasonous government that is methodically erasing their nation.
Judicial harassment exacerbates frustration and leads many to believe that the mainstream media and leaders of major traditional parties lie about the facts and conceal the truth.
Why the French would find the current state of affairs more tolerable than the reign of Louis XVI is a mystery.