Lille - An Islamic City
Régis Guillem has posted an article at Notre Journal, a website with an emphasis on Algeria and the Frenchmen who lived, fought and died there. Guillem has written elsewhere about the scenes of horror he witnessed in Algeria as a young boy. In the following letter he addresses J.C. Minot, the manager of the Lille airport, as "Sidi", which is Arabic for "my Lord", and expresses his concern over the flags at the main entrance:
Sidi (not Monsieur),
I am aware that for some three decades Islam (the kind-hearted) has been infiltrating into our Society to the point where, today, this religion (of tolerance, they say) is replacing our own culture, the culture that is, unless I'm mistaken, your own and allows you to live in a country that is (still) democratic.
Our national emblem, which I believe is yours as well, has three colors - blue, white, and red.
Now it is obvious that the tricolor flag is no longer the flag of your nation and that you (prove it is not true) have opted for Algeria, since its flag eclipses the French flag.
Sidi Minot, not only are you not worthy of the claim of being a Frenchman, but besides, you are fostering the annihilation of our culture.
I will avoid saying what I think of you, at least in this message. However, it will be a great pleasure to discuss this subject with you in person.
Naturally I am not "sincerely yours" since I have only contempt for you.
As for Aubry, I hope the French (the real French) will make her pay for her irresponsible acts.
Note: Martine Aubry is mayor of Lille. She is also one of the frontrunners in the Socialist primary coming up in a few months.
In the photo above you can see the Algerian flag on the left, the EU flag on the right. The French flag is behind the EU flag. The irony of the two flags is that North African immigration and membership in the EU are two of the most destructive forces in France today, robbing the country of its identity and its sovereignty. At the bottom right of the photo, in red, are the words:
Vote for Aubry or the Socialists, and this is what awaits you.