Here's a story from François Desouche about the rage expressed by members of the Front de gauche, the party of Jean-Luc Mélenchon, on seeing images of blond children in the guidebooks published by the municipality of Bollène (Vaucluse) in southeastern France. The local paper La Provence ran this headline on June 15:
"The city guidebook sees double, the Front de gauche sees red."
A reminder that pro-Communist Mélenchon was the Front de gauche candidate in both the presidential and legislative elections, and though he lost, and though his party did not fare well, it still obtained TEN deputies in the National Assembly:
The municipality has just published a new guide to the city. Fourteen thousand copies were distributed to the citizens of Bollène in their mailboxes and offered to tourists. But the guidebook for residents is not the same as the one for tourists.
The mayor's speeches, photos and a good deal of practical information are different. The resident version emphasizes security, construction projects, and financial issues, while the tourist version gives priority to historical sites, festivals and excursions to the surrounding regions.
"Two different guides is a deliberate attempt at manipulation," attacked the representatives of the Front de gauche. "They are making propaganda on the backs of the taxpayers."
And they denounced as well the photos of blond blue-eyed children:
"It is shameful for all the immigrant children whose parents came to construct the canal or the Tricastin nuclear power plant," denounced Serge Fiori.
Another topic that aroused the rage of the Front de gauche: the municipal magazine.
"It was distributed just before the first round of the legislative elections and contains a whole article on halal meat. Now, just before the second round they distribute this guidebook. That's enough. This is inadmissible!" continued Richard Gras, who added: "There are three flags: the French flag, the flags of Bollène and Provence. There is no European flag."
At Riposte Laïque, Christine Tasin denounces in turn the Front de gauche and its anti-white racism:
Now hear this, blue-eyed blonds are the shame of France for the Front de gauche.
Now hear this, blue-eyed blonds are usurpers and ought to return to their northern or eastern lands where their parents, who built France, came from. There cannot be, nor should there be, any immigrant or descendent of an immigrant who is not brown or black, according to the Front de gauche. (…)
We knew that Mélenchon was crazy. We knew, after the electoral campaign, that he and his activists had nothing but hatred and aggressiveness towards those who defend France. But we did not think they would go so far into fascist-type hysteria that they would eradicate, to the exclusive benefit of the children of immigrants from the Maghreb or Africa, all trace of those who, from the time of Clovis, built our country and gave their lives in its defense.
Below, the newspaper clip from La Provence showing the members of the Front de gauche protesting the guidebooks of Bollène. The letters PCF stand for "French Communist Party".
Labels: Anti-White Racism, Jean-Luc Mélenchon