France: Criticize Islam and Live under Police Protection

“After a few moments of fear, I thought that if there are these threats it is because my fight foiled the plans of the Muslim Brothers by bringing them to light. I decided not to give up.” — Laurence Marchand-Taillade, National Secretary of the Parti Radical de Gauche (Radical Party of the Left).

French Politician Laurence Marchand-Taillade lives under police protection after receiving death threats for exposing Muslim hatred.

French Politician Laurence Marchand-Taillade lives under police protection after receiving death threats for exposing Muslim hatred.

  • vimy

    We all have to stand up and say enough is enough. Any religion that infringes or threatens members of other religions or persons who lack any religion at all must be neutered.

    We as a society know this. We have written laws,constitutions and charters to these very things but the elites in our governments and institutions seem to have forgotten them or ignore them at our peril.

    Progressives see any criticism as racist or supremacist in nature, forgetting the root of the word criticism. They are all hypocrites, also the root of the same word (Criticize) so they can feel morally superior to the people who can think clearly and see what the future holds. More of us have to stand up and be critical thinkers because as it stand now the future isn’t pretty.

  • Yo Mama

    That’s won’t happen in Canada where you will get police protection.

    I am waiting for the day that if you question Islam in public, the Liberals will send the police to give you a stern and almost threatening warning to keep your mouth shut from now on.

  • T.C.

    Based on what I have seen of the left in France, I would suspect that it is even chance that the threat came from her fellow leftists rather than Islamists.

  • roccolore

    But the left tells us it’s Muslims who are the victims of threats.

  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    Its an unholy alliance between the left and Islam and there are times it gets a bit rocky. Still, the plan remains the same.