A story that made headlines a few days ago concerns the mayor of Maisons-Lafitte in the department of les Yvelines northwest of Paris. Jacques Myard, who is also a deputy in the Assembly, relates what happened to him on Wednesday May 30, 2012 in a market in Sartrouville:
Last Wednesday, while campaigning for the legislative elections, I went to the marché des Indes along with Jacky Colonges, the adjunct-mayor of Sartrouville, Moïse Bangoura and Jean-René Clausier both municipal councilors of Sartrouville. After a few minutes a young adult wearing a djellaba and driving a motor-bike approached and began to insult us:
"You have no business being here, this is an Arabic land, it's a land that belongs to Muslims, it is not a French land. You are racists, zionists, you must leave."
To those shaking my hand, he added: "Don't shake his hand, he passes laws against Arabs" - a direct allusion to my action to ban the headscarf and the burqa - "if you shake his hand I'll burn you."
After trying in vain to engage him in a dialogue, we continued distributing our campaign newsletter, and this individual continued to insult us, to hurl invectives and to threaten the merchants who welcomed us; furthermore he insulted Moïse, of African origin, by calling him a slave. I should point out that several persons of Maghrebin origin lowered their eyes at his invectives and threats, evidence that they were afraid!
Note: A longer version of the story appears at Le Salon Beige. One reader remarks:
- Having lived four years in les Yvelines I can confirm this: it is no longer a French land. Whole swaths of national territory are in a similar situation. Whose fault is this? Those who would like to reconquer these lost territories for France will have to use military methods, which is repellent to the bleeding-heart ideologies responsible for this quagmire.
Here's a comment that indicates that Jacques Myard himself may be responsible for the situation:
- In 2000, I aspired to the presidency of la Voix des Français (an anti-immigration association), knowing that I had to act rather than endlessly analyze. I met with Jacques Myard in his office in the National Assembly. I told him my motivations and asked if he did not believe it was urgent to put an end to the influx of Muslims in France, especially those from North Africa, seeking revenge.
He looked down at me, turned his head and said: "There is NO problem with the Muslims, they are Frenchmen like the others."
To tell the truth he was not the only one to think like that…
The policy to abandon Algeria and the alliance with the FLN (Algerian Liberation Party) in 1961-1962 by the police forces explains why the Gaullists and their descendants, having chosen an "Arab" policy to appease their "cognitive dissonance" are stubbornly blind, and will never see the light.
Note: The reader is saying that Myard is a Gaullist, and like all those who have adopted General de Gaulle's policies, especially those concerning North Africa, he is stuck in a rationalization about Muslims that he uses to appease his troubled mind.
But that was in 2000. Possibly deputy mayor Myard has been mugged by reality?
Labels: Dhimmitude, Immigration