Poitiers Mosque: Arnaud and Damien Discuss Their Charges

Génération ID, YouTube, July 10, 2014

Editor’s Note: In October 2012, 73 members of  the French group Generation Identitaire stormed a mosque under construction in Poitiers, France. The men in the video below are discussing charges brought against them for their involvement with the group. There is an option to turn on English subtitles. Fabrice Robert, the head of Generation Identitaire’s parent organization, spoke at the 2013 AmRen conference (a digital recording is available for purchase here).

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  • MekongDelta69

    You live in France, but you’re NOT Mooz-lim?

    You must be ‘racist.’

    No, wait…

    I meant:
    You must be an ‘Islamophobe.’

    [It’s so hard to keep up with all the leftist put-downs these day. Nahmeen? Nahmsayin’?]

  • IstvanIN

    The young man was indicted despite being in central America? Prosecution is political. Soviet France.

  • Long Live Dixie

    A mosque in Poitiers? I guess Charles Martel lost, after all.

  • Einsatzgrenadier

    In a saner and more enlightened age, the members of Generation Identitaire would be hailed as national heroes for storming that den of ignorance and tribal savagery, that mosque. Then again, in a saner and more enlightened age, there wouldn’t be any mosques on western European soil.

    • Michael Whalen

      Maybe, sometime in the indefinite future, they will be hailed as heroes. But it will probably be only after a long and bitter struggle. Pray for their success.

  • This video shows Generation Identitaire as a calm, rational, articulate and dedicated movement that has common sense on its side.

    It shows how extreme things have become where a country has to deny and hide its own history, accept what was once bloodily battled against, and face persecution/prosecution for simply holding a non-violent demonstration to call into question the future of France at the most fundamental level.

    It is sad that it has only had five comments up to now. Well done G.I, I hope you can beat the system and make progress in the future.