Dateline France, Europe – 2017: The way to the future is already spelled out clearly in the statistics sheets of violence and criminal incidents occurring in France. The eminent minority of French citizens (those of Jewish heritage who are automatically associated with Israel) is today the target of envy and hatred, almost as much as 100+ years ago the bourgeoisie was the target of resentment of the proletarian-Marxist populace swarming the shadowy back alleys near the no-workplace-safety factories owned by the affluent middle class. The new disaffected class is more powerful than the old, and this is in part due to its roots in another culture as well as in another race of people for whom the sensibilities of the Western outlook upon life are entirely foreign. And therein lies the modern problem in its deeps. How deep are the roots of active heritage? Very deep, indeed!
The Left is acting as the Fifth Column in charge of adaptation and mentoring of the disaffected foreigner class of immigrants and their offspring. But this very Left is at the same time the true enabler of their evils, just like the affluent middle-class mother who cannot control her out-of-control sexy daughter’s drug addiction and bad social habits, so she maintains the appearances of management in order to hide the dark and terrible truth. The Left owns the Media, allowing the state of public cognitive dissonance to continue.
For how long can the Western World sustain itself on the basis of lies?
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France: Muslims in, Jews out
by Giulio Meotti, cultural editor for Il Foglio, an Italian journalist and author.
Suburbs ( “banlieues” ) – far away from the affluent boulevards and bistros of Paris – there are areas that make up the ” other France “. They are the ” peripheral France ” (“La France Périphérique”), as the geographer Christophe Guilluy calls it in an important book. It is there where the coexistence between the communities has really been tested.
In the last 20 years these French suburbs have not only become ” concentrations of poverty and social isolation ” but have also become ” lost areas of the republic ” in some of the most densely populated Jewish areas of France , according to the great historian Georges Bensoussan in his book ” Les territoires perdus de la République “.
These suburbs have become one of the most visible signs of the Islamization of France.
Anti-Semitism has returned as one of Europe’s worst diseases. France hosts the largest Jewish community in Europe, and the Jews have been fleeing the suburbs to either emigrate or move to the fashionable neighborhoods of cities where they feel better protected. What happens to the Jews will have a seismic impact on the entire continent.
In the Paris suburb of Bagneux, someone recently destroyed the memorial plaque for Ilan Halimi , a young Jew kidnapped, tortured and murdered in 2006 by a “barbarous gang” just because he was a Jew. At that time it was France’s first case of murderous anti-Semitism for many years. Afterwards, Islamists murdered Jews in a school in Toulouse and in a kosher supermarket in Paris.
As Le Monde reported in a frightening new investigation, anti-Semitism now knocks on the doors of the French Jews every day. This has triggered a serious migration trend: French Jews have become ” internally displaced persons “.
French Jews are threatened not only in their synagogues and schools, but also in their homes. A Jewish family was recently taken hostage, beaten and robbed at their home in the suburb of Seine-Saint-Denis. Before that, a retired Jewish doctor and teacher, Sarah Halimi, was beaten and thrown from her balcony in Paris’s Belleville district. The man who murdered her while shouting “Allahu Akbar” (“Allah is greater”) was a Muslim neighbor. Two Jewish brothers were recently attacked on a Parisian street by men with a hacksaw, shouting, ” You filthy Jews, you will die.”
Recently, “Paul” received a letter with death threats in his mailbox at Noisy-le-Grand . The note said “Allahu Akbar” and contained a 9mm bullet. The next day brought the second letter. It said, “You will all die.” This time it contained the bullet of a Kalashnikov rifle. Many Jewish families, Le Monde warns , are under pressure. In Garges-lès-Gonesse (Val- d’Oise ), young Jewish men who built a makeshift sukkah in the courtyard of their synagogue were attacked in the neighborhood by people calling them “Dirty Jews.”
Historic Jewish quarters have been emptied. Jérôme Fourquet and Sylvain Manternach in their book ” L ‘an prochain à Jérusalem? ” (“Next Year in Jerusalem?”) tell of Jewish children who leave public schools in favor of private ones. Organizations have helped 400 Jewish families relocate their children to private schools for better security.
Between 2005 and 2015 there were 4,092 anti-Semitic attacks in France. According to a September survey by the Fondation pour l’innovation politique, 60% of French Jews say they are “concerned about physically being attacked on the street as Jews”.
After the Paris terrorist attacks in 2015, a Jewish Agency-affiliated think tank prepared a plan to help 120,000 French Jews emigrate to Israel. There were 5,000 departures in 2016 and 7,900 in 2015. In addition to the total of 20,000 Jews who emigrated from France to Israel in the past three years, there has also been an internal shift from “high mobility” from the eastern to the western part given by Paris – in the sixteenth and seventeenth arrondissements (districts) . In the last 10 years, “60,000 of the 350,000 Jews of the Île-de-France have moved,” said Sammy Ghozlan, president of the National Service for Awareness of Anti-Semitism.
The French government has launched an action to protect 800 synagogues, schools and community centers. But as Le Monde explains, there is little she can do to protect the Jews on the street and in their homes. Islamic anti-Semitism devours the French Republic.
According to a Ifop study, “exposure to anti-Semitic violence is highly correlated with carrying a kippa”. The Jewish skullcap has disappeared from the public in many areas of France. In Marseille it was explicit – a local Jewish leader called on the Jews for their own safety to avoid wearing the Jewish symbols in public. As Jewish symbols disappear, Islamic symbols multiply, from Burkinis on the beaches to the veil at work. Jews who have not fled France try to become ” invisible “.
By the year 2000, the Paris suburb of Bondy was “beautiful and quiet with 250 to 300 Jewish families and synagogues on the Sabbath.” Now there are only about a hundred Jewish families left, ” said a local, Alain Benhamou, who left after saying” dirty Jews ” painted on the walls.
Jewish families leave Toulouse because of anti-Semitism. Former Prime Minister Manuel Valls spoke of “territorial, ethnic and social apartheid”. French suburbs are rapidly becoming apartheid societies.
A few days ago, the French authorities sentenced Abdelkader Merah, the brother of the terrorist who murdered four Jews in Toulouse, to 20 years in prison for his involvement in a criminal terrorist plot. The process was described by a French Islamic scholar, Gilles Kepel, as a “biopsy” of the “other France”: the Islamized, de-Judaizing, peripheral France. “It is striking that [Merah’s] mother still speaks very poor French after decades in France and that it was necessary to bring a translator to justice,” said Kepel .
In Seine-Saint-Denis today 40% of the inhabitants are Muslim. The result? Historic Jewish communities in cities like La Courneuve, Aubervilliers, Stains, Pierrefitte-sur-Seine, Trappes, Aulnay-sous-Bois, Le Blanc-Mesnil and Saint Denis are now disappearing. Because of the lack of security, in places like Courneuve, where there were 600 to 700 Jewish families, there are fewer than 100 today. For many of these Jews, it is a second escape.
70% of the half million Jews in France are Sephardic – those who were expelled from Spain in 1492 and fled to the Middle East, North Africa, and Turkey instead of Europe. They came to France between 1956 and 1962, when Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia gained independence, such as two French Nobel Prize winners for physics, Claude Cohen-Tannoudji (1996), born in Algiers, and Serge Haroche (2014), born in Casablanca , Morocco.
In a suburb south of Paris, Kremlin-Bicêtre with 25,000 inhabitants, today 25% are Muslims. By 1990, 10% of the population was Jewish, today it is 5%.
Anti-Semitism has revolutionized France – both geographically and demographically. Hatred of the Jews has become the gateway to ” La France soumise ” – the subjugation of France.
French soldiers who are not even themselves French by ethnic heritage stand guard at the Jewish homes to protect them from other Eurabian “French” citizens (so-called).
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