CBN Covers the March in Paris Against Islam

MRC TV, November 14, 2012

A Parisian protest against radical Islam received little coverage in the French media, despite its large attendance:

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  • http://6th-resurrection.myopenid.com/ OBSERVER

    Poor French.

    I wonder. Would they prefer to be ruled by White Nazis or African Muslims.

    It’s not to late……………………………………………………………….

  • You Are Now Enriched

    Look for the backlash. Thousands will protest against “ugly racism and the rise of hateful xenophobia”. Their cries of pain will make international news for weeks and start the next and more violent (gov. endorsed) new phase of the antifa movement.

    • efas

      Don’t be so sure. No backlash can match a Tidal Wave that is sweeping Europe.

      Times are changing.

      Like a Pendulum Swing things are going the opposite way.

      Those who are antifa will become a growing minority among their own demographic and have to make a choice as balkanization occurs. As culture starts to change, as well as living standards, these people will become accused and even ostracized.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_LISGY2GB6S3HPT4CQFX6STBX5E Taras

        They will be lucky if being exposed, ostracized, denoucned and or expelled is the worst that happens to them.

    • eunometic

      And we need to remember: the journalists that condemned us, the media that censored us, the academics that rewrote and distorted our history, the judges that undermined our referendums, the politicians that sold us out, the “public interest groups” that destroyed our freedom of speech and the millionaires who funded them. They need to be recorded and remembered. They shall have no hiding place nor hope of being forgotten for their unfair treatment of us.

      • rebelcelt

        No country can withstand not punishing traitors. Go France, Long Live the Charles Martel and Charlemagne and the Carolinian Dynasty

      • whitecubanspaniard

        Agreed, they should not be allowed to get away with all the destruction they have caused.

  • http://6th-resurrection.myopenid.com/ OBSERVER

    Every time I hear a Haitian destroy the French language it makes me want to vomit.

  • whiteyyyyy

    The blinders are starting to come off. Europe is wakening up.

  • U.S.S.A.

    While I think it would be great to have a cultural, social, and political renaissance in America, my feelings are not hopeful. In my opinion Europe is more likely to have the renaissance we are hoping will come to America. Renaud Camus helped to organize the march in Paris. Can you imagine an American writer/intellectual organizing a similar march in New York? Most American intellectuals are bourgeois conformist cowards. France seems to offer a different model. And Jared Taylor, after all, did study at Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris. The French are less afraid of having a genuine difference of opinion. Intellectual diversity for a change.
    Sometimes I feel American Renaissance is just too advanced, too brilliant, and too brave for the larger American public.

    • Edgardus de la Vega

      Be positive; many European Americans may once again recall & recapture that vague notion of historical struggle & preservation. Such will thereafter — bring clarity to all of us (and for all time).

      This chapter in our history is obviously the most valuable lesson ever.

    • ATBOTL

      Americans are being held back by evangelical style Christianity, neoliberal(ie capitalist) ideology and hyper individualism.

      • Sherman_McCoy

        Mark 9:

        9 And he (Jesus) continued, “You have a fine way of setting aside the commands of God in order to observe[c] your own traditions! 10 For Moses said, ‘Honor your father and mother,’[d] and, ‘Anyone who curses their father or mother is to be put to death.’[e] 11 But you say that if anyone declares that what might have been used to help their father or mother is Corban (that is, devoted to God)— 12 then you no longer let them do anything for their father or mother. 13 Thus you nullify the word of God by your tradition that you have handed down. And you do many things like that.”

        True Christianity teaches caring for one’s own, even before tithing. My own – My family and my extended family (my race).

        • IstvanIN

          Thank you. I have always argued that the Bible never said we had to destroy our own families and nations to be good Christians. But I could never figure out how to prove my point.

          • Sherman_McCoy

            The Bible is filled with stories of the value of one’s own family over others.

            I found my religious home in the Russian Orthodox Church. There is no mention of nor forced communion with the other ethnic branches, such as the Ethiopians. I believe that God created the nations, and deals with the nations. His way of dealing with Africans appears to me different from how He deals with Europeans, or Asians, etc. I further believe that race-mixing with blacks 1) dishonors my father and mother, i.e. my ancestors, and 2) is an abomination. If some so-called “Christians” judge me a racist, I thank them for the compliment.

        • ATBOTL

          The problem is that no one can agree on what “true Christianity” is. The kind of Christianity prevalent among conservative white Americans is a distraction from what’s really important, at best.

          • Sherman_McCoy

            True that. Note, though, I always use words like “I believe” and “IMHO.” Assuming that we have a “Maker” and an eternal soul,and that each human being will eventually have to answer for his or her own life, we each figure out to the best of our abilities what is true or not. In order to understand what “true Christianity” is, I have to refer back to the “words printed in red.” More than that, I cannot possibly do.

      • U.S.S.A.

        “evangelical style Christianity”

        Reminds me of a group of Christians from the south called the Promise Keepers.

        In the late 1990s they wanted to unite Christian men of all races (up until that time the PK’s were entirely white). To show they were sincere, the leaders of Promise Keepers wanted their white followers to wash the feet of black men as an “act of humility.” They wound up alienating their white followers and embarrassing the black men. Such dimwits.
        Hypercapitalism is rampant and so is hyperindividualism. Most whites in America follow their interests as individuals, not as a group. It’s every man for himself. Most whites won’t stick their necks out for another white. Selfish and lacking in empathy.

      • OlderWoman

        Actually these ‘Christians” you are talking about are false, apostates. They are members of the leftist groups: World Council of Churches, National Council of Churches. There is so much paganism and ritualism in these churches now that they no longer qualify to be Christian. Self-esteem is the new religion.

        • NYB

          ‘Paganism’ usually refers to the original spirituality of Europe, before Middle Eastern ‘Christianity’ displaced it.

          International neo-Marxist socialism, with a facade of Christianity, is known as ‘revolution theology’.

    • fsagas

      I think for us it will come at a later date.

      Things need to get worse. People need to see with their own eyes change.

    • kjh64

      The French could be rising up more than Americans because Islam is far more dangerous and aggressive than Mexicans, forcing them to take a stand earlier. Also, France has a hardcore socialist at its’ helm who wants to tax the rich 75 %, hence the backlash.

      Since most Mexicans are Christian and have the same basic beliefs such as in Christmas, one wife to one husband, don’t have honor killings or wear burkas, are democratic etc. and do have partial European origins, Americans don’t see them as as big a threat and they’re not nearly as big a threat as Islam. Don’t get me wrong, they ARE a threat, anytime you change the demographic, it is a threat to the host culture and Mexicans do cause a lot of problems but they’re not nearly as bad as Muslims. As such, the alarm bells aren’t going off as loudly for Americans yet. However, the next 4 years could get to be so bad, Americans could rise up. I’m hoping anyway. There is a lot of anger in this country.

      .

  • shmo123

    This isn’t real right? The French growing a backbone? I’m stunned and filled with hope. Vive Le France!! May it spread far and wide throughout Europe.

  • ageofknowledge

    And the French swing to the right.

  • nathan wartooth

    viva le resistance!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_7TUX5FLXPJULCT66AR6TMN2SZM robert g

    Yet, they will vote for leftwing socialists who sell them out every chance they get.

    • U.S.S.A.

      Yes, and many Americans will vote for leftwing capitalists who sell them out every chance they get.

  • Anonymous

    There is nothing unbiblical about any nation or race of people that seek to preserve their culture and racial identity. The passages commonly cited to prove ‘racism’ are often distorted and taken out of their historical context. The New Testament, for example, teaches salvation through Christ in its international aspects – that is, people from every race, class and culture among the various nations. However, it never teaches that one’s racial identity or the uniqueness of their particular culture must be jettisoned in favor of some sort of multi-cultural pursuit. The Bible is more concerned with soteriological matters and how one conducts himself and among others, rather than with the any ideas of one global race, ‘racism,’ and the evils of the dreaded White man!

  • Korean Christian guy in Canada

    I know not many people like me on here, but I have been a very devoted Christian all my life and this article made me very happy when I read it. I am very proud of France.

    I did read in the past as well that France is one of the less politically correct countries in Europe.

    “No eye has seen, no ear has heard, no mind has conceived what God has prepared for those who love Him”

    [1 Corinthians 2:9]