Tuesday, January 15, 2013

France 2 News Disappears

The evening news on France 2 was not broadcast Sunday night January 13. According to Le Salon Beige readers this was to avoid having to talk about the success of the demonstration. Here are a few comments:

- The news at LCI and Paris-Match dealing with the rally have also disappeared. Nothing happened on Sunday. Anyway, we know that they know, and that will not deter us, on the contrary!

- That's right. My wife saw the news on the Internet at noon, but last night she couldn't show it to the children. Is France 2 under orders from the Soviet? I propose we all write to France 2 and demand access to the January 13 evening news. We should inundate them with demands, day after day if necessary. Let's send thousands of e-mails… Remember that the first principle of a dictatorship is to lock up information. (…) Hollande and his accomplices are dictators! Opposition to these individuals will have to take this fact into consideration. No respite and no negotiating with a dictator. He must leave, that's all.

- You have all noted how the start of hostilities in Mali and the risky operation in Somalia, planned long ago, were programmed so that the news this weekend would not be about a demonstration they did not want to talk about, but about another front less problematical for the government. Tonight France Inter (i.e., international news) isn't mentioning the demonstration but welcomes the news that the normal president is regaining his prestige abroad. No doubt it's better to look like a generous international justiciar than a dangerous retard in the services of the new LGBT (lesbian, gay, bi, trans) order. Everything was planned in advance by the perverse men who govern us!

Note: The French version does not say "France Inter" but "France Intox", which means "poison". The French often speak of the media as an "intoxicating" force, and of the false news it feeds the people as "intox". A reminder that François Hollande is comically known as the "normal" president. On a somber note, there have already been casualties among the French soldiers in Mali.

- And as for the afternoon news on France 2, nothing about the Manif pour Tous, just Mali, the weather forecast, medicine, etc…

- The same was true for the evening news.

- I couldn't find any news on TF1 either.

- Let's do what Lech Walesa did - let's all go into the street every night at 8:00 p.m. We are not dupes!

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At January 15, 2013 7:01 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


100,000, one million, 100 million, ten trillion, they are just numbers. The EU and its minions in Paris, London and Berlin are past masters in fudging numbers. If the debt is ten trillion Euros, it can be fudged down to indicate how great the government is and thus deserves your vote, or fudged up if more taxes are necessary. Ditto with temperature reading around the world. They can be fudged depending on the political requirements of the day.

For modern politicians, truth is a fungible quantity, that can be manipulated, not just for the present, but can be fudged for the past and the future. We see this in the way government funded institutes have fudged temperature readings for the past, present and future. Re-writing history for the past and the future, is a time honoured leftist tactic.

At January 15, 2013 10:56 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Love it! This attitude which is required now more than ever. "We are not dupes!"

Incredible, but not at all surprising, that there was no France 2 news. Just symptomatic of the power at present.

So, when is the revolution?

At January 15, 2013 11:17 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think they were propagating gay marriage on "Mots croisés" with Yves Calvi on France 2 on Monday night, though.

Still no eight o'clock JT news on France 2

Laurent Delahousse, the weekend JT news presenter, is married and has children. Could this have anything to do with the failure to produce the news about what actually happened? Refusing to do the over-the-top gay propaganda?

And this is not the first time "there are technical problems with the JT at France 2"

At January 15, 2013 11:58 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


Klarsfeld ousted by President Normal

"L'avocat Arno Klarsfeld, proche de Nicolas Sarkozy, a été remplacé à la tête de la présidence de l'Office français de l'immigration et de l'intégration (Ofii), par décret du président de la République publié ce mardi au Journal Officiel."
Le Parisien

At January 15, 2013 12:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

C dans l'air, Tuesday

France 5 talks about Sunday's manif.

At January 15, 2013 12:05 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Arno Klarsfeld ousted

You've got to smile about this coincidence. Schwartz, his successor, worked on the 2003 Stasi committee on laïcité.

"Rémy Schwartz, conseiller d'Etat de 52 ans, qui fut rapporteur général du Haut conseil à l'intégration de 1995 à 1997, lui succède. En 2001, cet énarque avait remis au Premier ministre Lionel Jospin un rapport pour la création d'un musée de l'immigration. En 2003, il fut rapporteur de la commission Stasi sur la laïcité."
Le Parisien

At January 15, 2013 1:43 PM, Anonymous dauphin said...

What??? I saw the broadcast on France 2 with Delahousse myself, JT de 20h - there was a lot of coverage, interviews with Civitas, Marion, Copé, etc., etc.! It was the following day, Monday, that Pujadas only made brief reference to Simone Veil in the march.

At January 15, 2013 4:33 PM, Anonymous dauphin said...

I think I see where the misunderstanding is. It was broadcast Sunday night, but not made available on Pluzz and another internet outlet, which some people complained about, France 2 possibly suppressing it.

At January 15, 2013 9:45 PM, Anonymous Jewel said...

How very unintentionally ironic that there is a commission on secularism named after the East German Secret Police.

At January 16, 2013 8:51 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Al Qaede attacks BP oil site in Algeria on Wednesday

Two killed, and six wounded. BP explains that this site is a cooperation with Norwegian Statoil and Algerian Sonatrach.

At January 16, 2013 3:01 PM, Blogger tiberge said...

To all

I will get back to posting today. I've been delayed. The France 2 flap was resolved because there was such a fuss from Internet users that France 2 and France 3 restored the missing videos. The problem centered on the Internet access to the video version of the TV news, not the televised version, as dauphin points out. Le Salon Beige claims victory in the fight to restore the videos. France 2 issued some half-baked explanation about why the videos had been pulled but no one fell for it.


Yes, it is ironic. Long ago, when I first began the blog I heard about the "Stasi" commission, named after a member of the French government - I think his name is Bernard Stasi. This was the commission who found loopholes in the 1905 law separating Church and State. These loopholes allowed the French government to build mosques with public money. Nicolas Sarkozy, who was then Interior Minister, had ordered the commission to find a way to build mosques. I still do not miss Sarkozy. I feel that since Hollande has been in power, several very good things have happened: the Poitiers mosque, the march against Islam, the various marches against Taubira's gay marriage law, etc...


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