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Equality of opportunity is a wonderful thing, and apparently Muslims in
many French cities agree. Tired of watching their Parisian brothers-in-arms
having all the fun for the last ten days (rioting and torching the Kaffir's cars), Muslims all
over France have decided to
level the playing field by demanding equal opportunity. And have started to
riot and torch the Kaffir's cars themselves.
They even torched two schools in the party atmosphere sweeping
France. Maybe it was something to do with banning headscarves, or maybe it's
just part of the French cultural assimilation:
liberte, egalite, fraternite means having an equal freedom to loot and steal as
your Muslim bretheren. Maybe something got lost in the translation?
At least the French Government are united in their attitude to this: they
are all wringing their collectivist hands, and
are desperately trying to out-PC each
Even the 'hardline' Interior Minister has said:
"We are trying to be firm and avoid any provocation. We have to avoid any risk
Tell that to the people whose cars exploded with the help of Molotov cocktails.
On the other hand, maybe the French have brought this on themselves. Every
Frenchman (and woman) knows that the French language is fundamentally better
than any other. That's why they need government programs to protect their
language. And French products are better than any other products. That's why
they need protectionism from imported goods. And French food is
so much better than any other food that French mobs trash McDonalds stores in
So when the Interior Minister now says:
"Violence is not a solution,"
He should be taken with a grain of salt. Many of their solutions are violent, or backed up by
threat of violence.
But the French are averse to violence when it comes to protecting the
French borders from marauding hordes. Having been saved several times by the
(obviously inferior) English and Americans in wars, they willing
opened their borders to an army of 'guest workers', to do the dirty unpopular
jobs that the French were apparently too good for, and who would obviously
return home when they were no longer required.
Except they didn't. The army of guest workers stayed. And bred. And there
are now second and third generation immigrants who have an unquenchable hatred
of the people who give them housing, education and welfare. Not enough hatred to
actually leave of course - but enough hatred to burn their cars, and demand
more handouts while screaming 'discrimination'.
And the Interior Minister says
"Once the crisis is over, everyone will have to understand there are a certain
number of injustices in some neighbourhoods"
Revenge may be a dish best served cold, but the French are more into
appeasement. And how much welfare do the French think they need to give before the
recipients will be satisfied?
Meanwhile the silent majority in many other countries are probably pretty
happy they didn't open their borders to the Religion of Peace. The best
things are life are sometimes taken in very small quantities - like seasoning
in a tasty dish. The Religion of Peace now compromise 8% of the French
population, and the experience has left a rather bad taste in the mouth. It's a
taste of things to come.