France’s New Sharia Police

The Council of State, the highest administrative court in France, decided that, to allow freedom of religion, the burkini must not be banned. At first the ruling looked sound: why should people not be able to wear what they wish when they wish? What is not visible, however, is that the harm comes later.

If someone still does not realize that the Islamic dress code is the Trojan horse of Islamist jihad, he will learn it fast.

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  • Editor

    If the state refuses to recognize creeping sharia and lawfare, it is up to individuals to limit islamist expansionism in France. Shun them, do not patronize their businesses, report their crimes, mobilize and get the voters out to ensure none get elected to public office. If they try requesting special accomodations at work, write those out of the employment contract from the start. Read up about the recent events in Bautzen, Germany. People had enough and put the “youts” on notice and the sky didn’t fall and the world didn’t end. The town square was just safer and quieter for a few nights. And although it remains to be seen if she has the intestinal fortitude to impliment all her tough talk on law and order and immigration, vote LePen / FN in 2017.

    • The pot is boiling, my pick is for Germany to start the revolution.

      • Editor

        They do seem to be the best organized and most “motivated” i.e the most put upon.

      • tom_billesley

        Marx thought Germany would be first too.

      • Slickfoot The Deplorable

        The last time Germans went all tribal things got ugly.

    • Linda1000

      Wouldn’t it be sensible for Canada to follow your suggestions since there’s nothing like being proactive to prevent future problems like what we are seeing in Britain, France, Germany.

      • Editor

        I already do. I share my views with friends and family and call bullshit in those circles whenever hear it. I recently pulled an end run around a real estate agent who’s “cultural customs” I didn’t agree with. Even coming here and commenting, athough being a keyboard warrior may seem futile and I may be preaching to the choir at least I get a sense of the size and mood of the choir. Because as weak as its policies were, I think the previous government had a clearer understanding of what’s at stake. Sadly, a majority of Canadians prefered Prime Minister Good-hair-current-year. Let’s hope he doesn’t eff up the place too bad before the next election.

        • Linda1000

          I’ve about given up on talking politics with friends as they say they just don’t want to know or don’t follow politics. Yes, I think Harper tried to give measured responses on various issues and his public image as a leader was a hell of a lot better than the selfie-idiot we have now. Maybe all the keyboard warriors should unite and start a revolution, march on Parliament Hill. I think Canada is doomed if Trudope gets elected for a second term and early indications seem to be in his favour going by what’s now left of the so-called Conservative party. Will the Cons. even have a party leader in place by the time the next election rolls around.

          • Editor

            Tell your friends who “don’t want to know or don’t follow politics” they shouldn’t be allowed to vote then. That usually gets even the most apathetic voter to react. If not, they are a lost cause. Regarding the Conservative Party, I too fear it may have lost it’s way and I hope conservative values will not be jettisoned for political expediency. Moving more to the centre is not a viable long term option.

          • Editor

            Here, Pat Condell says it better than I ever could.

            https://youtu.be/6K7YXaNw2CU

  • mobuyus

    All Trojan horse’s should be put to the flames righteousness.

  • tom_billesley

    Islamic State bans burka in Mosul
    http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/715579/Islamic-State-ISIS-jihadis-veiled-vigilante-burka-Mosul-Iraq

    Quivering militants have been left too scared to leave their homes for fear of falling prey to the mysterious veiled vigilante.
    Two fighters were killed instantly this week after a figure in full Islamic dress whipped out a pistol from the folds and swiftly dispatched them.

  • Etobicoke_Gladiator

    My wife and I spent two “glorious weeks” in France this summer, mostly in Paris and area. It was my fifth time there and by far the most disappointing. The country has definitely lost its soul and Islam is so visible in Paris that it appears the Eiffel Tower has become an unofficial holy site of Islam. Pathetic. My other trips were in 1984, 1990, 1992, and 1994. It was my wife’s first time, and definitely our last to anywhere in continental Europe. The continent has become an unredeemable shithole, not to mention extremely expensive. They can take their culture and smelly streets and infestation of Muslims and Africans and shove it where the sun don’t shine!

    • tom_billesley

      Budapest might be a better bet. Film crews have often used it because it looks much as Paris did.

      • Editor

        Probably because Viktor Orbán seems to have his head screwed on straight and put the interests of Hungary and its citizens before those of the EU.

      • Etobicoke_Gladiator

        Been to Budapest back in 1992 for a full week. We’re done with Europe and never stepping foot anywhere in that dreadful continent. Only traveling to selected destinations in the USA, Canada, Japan, and the Caribbean are our future vacation plans.