The town of Bondy, where soccer star Mbappe was born and raised, has a sad story to tell.
The global media are now in Bondy, a small town on the outskirts of Paris in the Seine-Saint-Denis department, where the French soccer star Mbappè was born and raised.
But they will not tell you the truth about Bondy.
The “Bondy Blog”, which takes its name from the city and is edited there, is one of the greatest ignominies in the history of French journalism and was founded by a Bondy Islamist, Mehdi Meklat, with very “tolerant” ideas.
The whites? “They have to die as soon as possible”.
Hitler? “Let him in to kill the Jews”.
I was getting out of our car with my wife and children on a main thoroughfare in Nice when a young French-Jewish woman walked over to us. Speaking in a heavily accented English, she practically begged us to either get back in the car or at least take our yarmulkes off. “I don’t want you to get attacked. This is not a good neighborhood for Jews.”
Two football fans have died in France overnight as World Cup celebrations were marred by violence following the national side’s victory over Croatia in Moscow.
Police forces fired tear gas as scuffles and pockets of looting broke out on the Champs-Élysées where a million people partied into the night.
Revellers set off smoke bombs in the national colours – blue, white and red – obscuring Napoleon’s triumphal arch as officers tackled the crowd using water canons.
Violent riots broke out after France won the FIFA World Cup. Gangs of multicultural youths began rioting in French cities like Paris, Lyon and Marseille.
In 2017, Centrist Emmanuel Macron won by default. One year later, the French crisis is not over. In fact, the gradual replacement of the native populace and culture by a new population and a new culture seems entirely plausible.
…Why are Leftwing and Rightwing radicals getting so powerful in contemporary France ? Essentially, they tackle an issue that the classic political class prefers to ignore : the demographic upheaval known as Great Replacement, an expression coined some years ago by a talented if controversial writer, Renaud Camus. Immigration from non-European and non-Judeo-Christian countries, and especially from Muslim countries, has reached such proportions that the gradual replacement of the native populace and culture by a new population and a new culture seems entirely plausible. Leftwing radicals tend to welcome it as a change for the better. Rightwing radicals see it as a cosmic disaster – except for some of them who are ready to strike an alliance with radical Islam in order to topple the « plutocratic » and « Jewish » Western democracy.
“The French Suicide” (“Le suicide français”) is a book published by the author Éric Zemmour in October 2014. Just one year later, on November 13, 2015 in Paris, a horror took place at the Bataclan Theater, when three terrorists fired into the crowd during a concert, murdered 130 people, and injured 413. Some of the victims had been tortured.
The French population reacted as usual: shock and horror quickly gave way to resignation and submission. Flowers, candles and teddy bears were placed at the scene of the attacks. The government promised to act, but did almost nothing. A ceremony was organized that ended with a song that said, “When All You Have is Love”.
A parliamentary commission of inquiry drafted a report. Military forces, deployed in the streets before the attacks, were reinforced. A climate of resignation and submission reigned.
Gallic pride took an embarrassing knock ahead of France’s World Cup final match when the annual Bastille Day military parade went awry in the air and on the ground and in full view of President Emmanuel Macron.
The investigating judge in the trial of the man suspected in the murder of Sarah Halimi in Paris last year informed the parties on Wednesday that a second psychiatric evaluation of Kobili Traore showed that he is not responsible for his actions.
A curious story is getting attention in France. Two Japanese winemakers who have been living in Banyuls-sur-Mer since 2016 were notified that they would have to leave France due to a lack of financial resources. Rie Shoji, 42, and Hirofumi Shoji, 38, had arrived there in 2011 with the idea of becoming winemakers. First they worked as farm workers and wine merchants in Bordeaux and Burgundy, and studied and received degrees in farm management and oenology. In 2016, they invested 150,000 euros ($170,000) to buy land. Their plan was to produce a natural, organic wine, in an area — the eastern Pyrenees — where everything is done by hand.
In the Basilica of Saint-Denis lie the kings of France. Nearby, Islamic clothing stores, Islamic restaurants, halal bookshops proliferate. It goes without saying that the department, which has been historically the home of French Jewry., is fast becoming Judenfrei: free of its Jews.
The French state ignores what is happening there. By now, this is not Europe anymore.
France is deploying undercover officers from elite forces on trains across the country. Blending with passengers and being extremely discrete, the agents blow their cover only in the event of a terrorist attack.
National gendarmerie presented the counterterrorism operation under the code name “Train Marshal” this Thursday. It envisions that discrete members of the national gendarmerie intervention group (GIGN) – an elite police tactical unit tasked with counterterrorism, hostage rescue and surveillance of national threats – will travel on French trains.
Nope, no problems with Islam in France.
(JTA) — A prominent watchdog group on anti-Semitism in France filed a police complaint against a leading Muslim community leader for alleged incitement to hatred of Jews.
The National Bureau for Vigilance Against Anti-Semitism, or BNVCA, filed the complaint Thursday against Dalil Boubakeur, rector of the Great Mosque of Paris and the president of the French Council of the Muslim Faith, BNVCA said in a statement.
The unusual move against Boubakeur, a highly respected representative of French Muslims, follows his defense Monday of an imam from Toulouse who was filmed speaking during a sermon about Israel’s demise and a war in which Muslims would kill Jews.
The court gave the three men sentences of eight, 13 and 16 years for the crime they carried out in the Creteil suburb of Paris in 2014.
A 22-year-old who made comments including “for my brothers in Palestine,” and suggesting they should “gas” their victims during the attack, before destroying all the Jewish images in the apartment, is still on the run. He was sentenced in absentia.
The 26-year-old and 23-year-old co-accused were in court for the sentencing. They have already been detained for four years.
Defense lawyer Marie Dose told the court in Val-de-Marne, southeast of the French capital on Friday: “They are not anti-Semitic, they are ignorant. They are swimming in gross stupidity.”
Gross stupidity = Islam
Rioting over the killing of a young black man by police erupted for the fourth consecutive night in the western French city of Nantes early Saturday despite an officer being charged with manslaughter.
“Police kill !!! “
Groups of youths from poor housing estates torched vehicles and hurled petrol bombs at police, who responded with tear gas.
A building was set on fire, but firefighters quickly brought the blaze under control. The clashes, which broke out after midnight, ended around dawn.
In an interview with French radio station RTL, Marine Le Pen reflects on the EU’s measures to curb migration.