What French Free Speech?

Gregory Hood, American Renaissance, January 9, 2015

French elites who say “I am Charlie” are the first to ban free speech.

After the murder of journalists and police by Islamic terrorists, the Socialist President of the French Republic stood before the Tricolor and solemnly intoned that his country stood committed to free speech.

“An act of exceptional barbarism has been committed in Paris against a newspaper. A paper, in other words, an organ of free speech. An act against journalists who had always wanted to show that in France it was possible to defend one’s ideas, and exercise their rights that are guaranteed and protected by the Republic,” said François Hollande.

Tens of thousands of French citizens rallied throughout the country. People around the world claimed #JeSuisCharlie (“I am Charlie”) in solidarity with the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. And President Obama expressed his condolences to the French people and his support of the “universal belief in the freedom of expression.”

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All of this is nonsense.

France has long restricted freedom of speech on important issues of immigration, history, and culture. These demonstrations are especially laughable because Charlie Hebdo was warned by the French state that it was in danger of breaking hate-speech laws.

Speech in France is regulated by Section 24 of the Press Law of 1881. According to The Legal Project, Section 24 “criminalizes incitement to racial discrimination, hatred, or violence on the basis of one’s origin or membership (or non-membership) in an ethnic, national, racial, or religious group. A criminal code provision likewise makes it an offense to engage in similar conduct via private communication.”

There is also the Gayssot Law of 1990. Named after the Communist Party deputy that proposed it, the law makes Holocaust denial a criminal offense punishable by a year in prison and a fine of €45,000. A similar law was proposed for the Armenian genocide but was overturned by France’s Constitutional Council.

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This is what they should be saying.

There are three ways these laws can be used, in what I would argue are increasing levels of seriousness–to punish isolated comments that people find offensive, to prevent satire or deliberate provocation, and to shut down political opposition. The Republic has used restrictions on free speech to do all three, and some of the very people who were involved in these cases are now rallying behind the banner of “free speech.”

Let’s start with forthrightly offensive statements. In 2012, the French terms “Good Jew” and “Dead Jew” were trending on Twitter, leading to various people making offensive statements or mean-spirited jokes.

This was in bad taste, but it was nothing unusual for Twitter–search for “the only good white is a dead white” and you’ll get plenty of results, and the murder of New York City police officers led to outright celebration for a large part of “Black Twitter.” And however one defines “offensive,” it’s hard to determine the difference between a call to violence and a joke in a tweet. Even in verbal communication, the subtleties of language and context have led the United States Supreme Court to rule against “prior restraint,” or the prohibition of speech before it takes place.

Nonetheless, the “French Union of Jewish Students” decided it could determine hateful intent and decreed that these tweets had to be stopped. It sued Twitter in 2013 to force it to hand over the personal details of users who had posted what it called anti-Semitic tweets so they could then be prosecuted for hate speech. Twitter complied with the French courts.

Yet the president of the French Union of Jewish Students, Sasha Reingewirtz, actually showed up at the free speech protests following the Charlie Hebdo shooting and proclaimed, “[Charlie Hebdo] is the embodiment of French journalism, of French freedom of expression and of French values . . . They want to scare French citizens and prohibit any criticism of religion, so here we are to remind them that religion can be freely criticized.”

Let’s consider satire. Just yesterday, a French court upheld a ban on comedian Dieudonné M’bala M’bala, a half Cameroonian comedian who has been accused of anti-Semitism. The comedian also owes a great deal of money to the government in fines for making “anti-Semitic comments.” The UK Telegraph reports,

Interior Minister Manuel Valls, who has led the campaign to ban the comedian’s performances, said: ‘We cannot tolerate hatred of others, racism, anti-Semitism or holocaust denial. That is not France. This is a victory for the Republic.’

The decision marks a landmark break with legal precedent in France, where previous attempts to ban Dieudonné from performing foundered against constitutional provisions on free speech.

Victories for the Republic aren’t quite at the level of Austerlitz these days.

Dieudonné has ties to Jean-Marie Le Pen, but he can hardly be called conservative or pro-White, since he gleefully accuses America of the two greatest genocides in history, that of the Indians and the black slaves. Most recently, he generated headlines for belittling the execution of James Foley and complaining that the deaths of Saddam Hussein and Muammar Gaddafi didn’t rouse the same kind of anger.

Dieudonné is, in short, a provocateur who opportunistically veers “left” and “right” to make his points. He is not a politician, but a controversial satirist. In this way, he resembles nothing so much as Charlie Hebdo. And for all intents and purposes, he was banned in France the day after the Charlie Hebdo shooting.

What about political opposition? The National Front is certainly no stranger to persecution. Jean-Marie Le Pen has been repeatedly dragged into court and convicted for “inciting racial hatred.” To take just one example, he was fined the equivalent of over $12,000 in 2004 for inciting hatred against Muslims. What did he say? He told Le Monde,

The day that we have in France not just 5 million but 25 million Muslims, it will be them in charge. . . . The French will hug their walls [in fear], step down from the sidewalks [to the street], and lower their eyes. If they don’t, they’ll be told, ‘Why are you looking at me like that, buddy, you searching for a fight?’

This statement is hardly offensive. It is vastly tamer than any random issue of Charlie Hebdo.

Member of the European Parliament Bruno Gollnisch was fined a sizable €55,000 euros just days after he formed a parliamentary bloc in 2007. His crime was that he “disputed a crime against humanity,” in this case the Holocaust. What did he say?

Historians have the right to discuss the number of deaths and the way that they died. Fifty years after the facts we can discuss the real number of deaths.

The “existence of the gas chambers is for historians to discuss,” he was also quoted as saying at the time.

Politically unwise to speak on the topic? Probably. Worthy of being outlawed? Of course not. Even if one were to concede that Holocaust denial should be illegal, saying that historians should discuss it is hardly the same thing as saying it didn’t happen.

Legendary French actress Bridgett Bardot has repeatedly fallen afoul of these silly laws in her campaigns for animal rights. A parasitic group called the “Movement Against Racism, Antisemitism, and for Peace,” which reportedly receives government funding, filed a lawsuit against her and managed to win damages. What did she say? In a letter to then Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy, she wrote,

[France is] ‘tired of being led by the nose by this population [Muslims] that is destroying us, destroying our country by imposing its acts.’

In this case, she was referring to the slaughter of sheep during the Muslim festival of Eid el-Kebir. She has also been convicted for making other similarly mild remarks.

Besides the obvious restrictions on freedom of speech, hate speech laws are so vague that there is no consistent standard. Mr. Le Pen’s comment above or anything written by Miss Bardot is far less offensive than Interior Minister Sarkozy calling mostly Muslim rioters a word that either translates as “contemptible rabble” or “scum.” But Sarkozy was not punished. Indeed, he rode his newly found “tough” reputation to the Elysee Palace.

What about Charlie Hebdo itself? Jonathon Turley, in a powerful piece titled, “The biggest threat to French free speech isn’t terrorism. It’s the government,” observes,

In 2012, amid international protests over an anti-Islamic film, Charlie Hebdo again published cartoons of Muhammad. French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault warned that freedom of speech ‘is expressed within the confines of the law and under the control of the courts.’

It’s disingenuous for the French government to proclaim that the magazine is some kind of avatar of French values.

Did Charlie Hebdo itself even believe in free speech? According to France 24, in 1995, it ran an article denouncing the National Front, “whose aim,” it was “is to make the Republic disappear.” The cover was a cartoon of Jean-Marie Le Pen–Marine Le Pen’s father and the party’s founder–along with the headlines: “What to do about the Front National? Ban it.”

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The consensus on free speech is already breaking down. The ruling Socialist Party is making sure to exclude the National Front from a rally this Sunday to which every other party is invited and that is supposed to celebrate–of all things–“national unity.” Why? Admitting the party that won the last European elections would supposedly “divide the country.”

Free speech is important for its own sake. As the atheist progressive Christopher Hitchens observed about even those who present the most subversive or offensive opinions, “That person doesn’t just have a right to speak, that person’s right to speak must be given extra protection.”

But race realists need to go beyond that. The reality is that Charlie Hebdo didn’t actually have much to say in terms of reasonable argument or serious discussion. And that is why it is so easy to stand up for it in retrospect. Offensiveness for the sake of offensiveness is safer than defending serious arguments that might more deeply offend certain people. It’s easy to defend pure vulgarity.

Publishing a cartoon of  the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost buggering each other or of the Pope as a homosexual is much safer than writing a doctoral dissertation at Harvard University that examines the economic impact of low-IQ immigrants. The staff of Charlie Hebdo died only because their satire extended to Muslims, a population empowered by multicultural double standards and let into Europe by a ruling elite that has no regard for the interests of indigenous Europeans.

Bugger

Therefore, race realists and white advocates do not stand with Charlie Hebdo. We are presenting a serious intellectual case on the most important issue of our time. And the events of this week show that there is a price for the cowardice and stupidity of those who call themselves political leaders and intellectuals in the West. We are not trying to be provocative. We are calmly presenting the facts and evidence about the reality of race.

If France truly embraces free speech, it’s time to have a real debate about race, immigration, and identity. It’s time for the French people to be allowed to discuss whether they will be allowed to remain French. As Marine Le Pen said, the “time is up for denial and hypocrisy.”

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Gregory Hood
Mr. Hood has been active in conservative youth movements in the US.
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  • MekongDelta69

    What’s so hard to grasp for these idiots?
    [Rhetorical question.]

    These leftist effete, elites, who claim to be so ‘tolerant,’ and ‘inclusive,’ and ‘hyper-altruistic,’ who love ‘DIE-versity,’ so much, are destroying every White Western civilization by importing barbarians.

    If you don’t want muslim terrorism, don’t import muslims – and then let them take over your own country…

    • guest

      By trying to ban free speech in France, these “tolerant” muslim-loving libtard elitists are selling out and betraying France and its people. Not only should muslims be kicked out of France, Europe, and every other Westernized country, but so should all the treacherous leftist elitists who fight to have these savages in our countries.

      • Daniel McGrath

        Journalists want to reserve the right to rattle Muslims, but also to attack patriotic Frenchmen willing to defend or conserve France. Free Speech is just a cover for YKW.

        When the magazine tells the truth that France is being overrun by Africans, then you can take the idea seriously.

      • bilderbuster

        The same people who opened the gates for the Muslims at Constantinople and Grenada are the same ones who have been promoting the current invasion.
        They’re also behind the “Hate Speech” laws in Europe, Canada, New Zealand and Australia and back them in the US every chance they get.

        • Laura Dilworth

          I thought they didn’t get along with muslims

          • Daniel McGrath

            They are a box set.

          • Laura Dilworth

            What?

          • bilderbuster

            Cousins.
            Muslims and Jews have always meant trouble for Europeans.

          • Laura Dilworth

            Ishmael and Isaac

          • Daniel McGrath

            Laura “Nice but dim” Dilworth.

          • bilderbuster

            As far as I can tell they don’t really “get along” with any people.
            Turkey took many in when they were expelled from Spain.
            Iran has the largest Jewish population in the middle east outside of Israel.

          • Laura Dilworth

            Weird

          • Daniel McGrath

            Like Brothers.

          • Veni Vidi Vici

            Hmmm, I guess like Abel and Kane….

          • bilderbuster

            They have only lived in large groups in Moslem and European nations until fairly recently. Most European nations and the lands Europeans have colonized have laws against saying or publicizing anything unflattering them. Even today with their total control of the media they still couldn’t win any honest popularity contests.

          • Laura Dilworth

            it’s called hate speech when they’re criticized.
            from dimwit

          • bilderbuster

            When a European draws cartoons Jews don’t like, in many European nations he will find himself in prison for many years with no outcry from the media at all.

          • Weisheit77

            Much to learn you have young padawan.

            The Eskimos have thrived in Islamic societies.

          • Laura Dilworth

            you’re pulling my leg yoda

          • Weisheit77

            Also from a theological view point Judaism and Islam are more closely related. Muslims consider Christianity to be polytheism because of the trinity.

          • Laura Dilworth

            hmmm

          • Tony Murphy

            They don’t get along with Muslims but it’s very much a case of ‘why don’t you two fight?’. Their primary animus is directed towards White Christian civilisation which they recognise as their more formidable adversary. Well, used to be anyway. We’re well on the way to being emasculated.

        • John O’Neill

          If the French communists and their people were really brave they would be wearing a sign with Je suis un sandwich jambon (I am a ham sandwich) but then they are not really that brave.

          • bilderbuster

            Je suis Charlie Martel!

    • Daniel McGrath

      The reason for a country is to have a mutually intelligible and understood set of rules, customs and whatnot. The presence of the gunmen in the Metropol is disgusting. They belong in Africa

    • Reynardine

      I think leftists understand this deep down in themselves that there are people that don’t belong in their society, but this clashes with the Demon of Multiculture who demands sacrifice of all to diversity. The leftist realizes that he too must give his desires over, and assumes that even if he personally objects, his protests are in vain.

      • Pelayo

        Some lefties get it. Even people like Bill Maher who went on the Late Late Show the other night saying that liberals are weak for looking the other way at Islam’s barbarity. And people like Pim Fortuyn who see Muslims as a threat to liberal values. Some of them actual have an ounce of integrity and balls.

        • MannyR

          Maher is a Zionist. He sits back and tells us we have no right to defend ourselves and then in the same breathe tells us we need to support Israel with out reservation. He’s a Tribesman. Same as Madow, their all about understanding the enemy except when it’s Jewish lives in the cross hairs,.

        • Reynardine

          I feel their pull, though refreshing, is negligible in the grand scheme of things. Protesting Islam is scary since the targets actually fight back, unlike those weakling Christians.

        • Laura Dilworth

          Pim was whacked

        • Daniel McGrath

          Maher is a “what’s good for the YKW’s” sort of guy.

          • Tony Murphy

            That’s my point above. If youexamine their actions, the whole lot of them, in this light the truth becomes very obvious.

        • Tony Murphy

          Yes, but the sudden outpouring of concern has occurred just as Jews are being attacked by our Muslim enrichers. (Scratchin’ ma haid)

        • Jim

          So what do we do? Have perpetual war in the middle east to protect the rights of Jews to take more Palestinian land? Are the French, Brits, Germans and other European governments going to suppress or kill the muslims living there? Think that will really happen?

          History shows us that eventually things work out through time. We need to encourage moderate muslims to settle down and influence their kids to buy into the dominant society, not give further reasons to extremist muslims for violence .

          How exactly do you defend against two or three alienated young men who decide to bomb or shoot in your city? Ban all guns? Set up checkpoints every block or so? Want to live in that world, TSA times a hundred?

    • Robert Smith

      “If you don’t want muslim terrorism, don’t import muslims – and then let them take over your own country…”

      It’s obvious to all except the useful idiots of the left. So now we know it is being done to us on purpose. Who benefits from the global destruction of white people, besides Charles Manson?

    • Roy

      Your comment makes way too much sense for the Left to grasp.

  • Easyrhino

    It’s not just France. Most of Western Europe will throw you in prison for merely questioning certain events that occurred there from 1939-1945.

    • a multiracial individual

      While denying that the Holocaust occurred is dumb, it certainly should not be illegal to do so.

      • Daniel McGrath

        Emma West went to jail and was fined for moaning about Pakistanis and Africans while on the Underground/Tram. Lots of European whites get arrested for saying racist stuff.

        • Samuel Hathaway

          How many Pakistanis or Africans get arrested for saying “racist” things about the white, Caucasian French?

          • Kenner

            None that I’ve heard of, but a few tears ago, a protest by mainly white French students over fees was disrupted by blacks and muslims who roughed them up and called them ‘les petites gauls’, their scornful term for white French.

          • Samuel Hathaway

            Of course, the snooty, trendy French, limp-wristed socialists were polishing their toenails when they blamed the French students for “inciting” the blacks and muslims to commit the violence and the bullying.”

          • LHathaway

            “the snooty, trendy French, limp-wristed socialists were polishing their toenails when they blamed the French students for “inciting” the blacks and muslims”

            Oh, I’m sure you’ll find their efforts quite persuasive. That’s why you’re here, underground. Well, if that’s really why you’re here. . .

          • LHathaway

            None. It is considered high enlightenment, consciousness raising and raising awareness. Not blaming white men for all evil in the world would be ‘insensitive’. Every small creature on this earth’s suffers because of white men and their neglect.

          • Samuel Hathaway

            No, I do not find French leftist “intellectuals” to be enlightened, raising consciences or raising any kind of constructive awareness unless we’re aware of what despicable creatures they are. Just a cursory of glance of the filth they champion in the name of free speech is none of the enlightenmen-type thinking I have come to expect from Old France or from the rest of Old Europe. I can read Jean Paul-Sarte or Voltaire and learn something… from these nasty cartoonists, I have learned nothing but the contempt and hate they showed toward Christianity and now, Islam.

            I have little more regard for these four sick-minded “cartoonists” than I do the Islamo-terrorists who murdered them in cold-blood. I am not happy about any of this. I mourn that these men have dragged Christianity through the mud and have given human rights a bad name… that the radical leftwing has invited Islamo-terrorists to put France on edge and the real France is terrified of saying anything about how their country is being destroyed.

          • LHathaway

            Excellent, excellent reply. Now try and say it without sounding like the psychotic you’re pretending to be. . . ?

          • Samuel Hathaway

            You’re the psychotic… now, take your meds and go back to bed….

          • Samuel Hathaway

            Tell us, how much rent-to-own furniture do you have in your rusted-out trailer house?

          • Samuel Hathaway

            Those of us with a more-or-less mentally balanced view of reality don’t particularly care you share the name last name.

          • LHathaway

            I am quite poor. That’s part of Why I post here. Just for the record, I’d been posting here under this name for years before your name showed up.

            That darn ‘see the future’ guy bugs me, too. That’s because I have seen the future. And in it, future president Dan Quayle is assassinated. American’s walk on mars, 2039.

          • Samuel Hathaway

            Good, gosh… you really are off your meds…..

        • bilderbuster

          Lots of Whites are in prison in Europe for speaking their conscience.

          • RationaliseThis

            Björn Söder, (Swedish democrat) who is also a Deputy Speaker in the Swedish parliament, wrote a comment on Facebook after 12 people were killed in the Charlie Hedbo offices in Paris earlier this week that had him interviewed by police after a complaint that his comment incited hatred.

            He wrote “the religion of peace shows its face?”

            That’s it.

      • Max Sarrazin

        The holocaust is literally a historical event, and therefore it is as subject to revision as any other historical event. Obviously the emotional attachment that some have towards it should be taken into account , but this should never prohibit a historian from pursuing the truth.

        In my country of Australia all religions can be mocked bar one: Judaism. It’s as if my county were an embodiment of all of the nastiest anti-Semitic stereotypes.

        I recently spoke with Australia’s Human Rights Commissioner (it’s surprisingly easily to chat with such high profile people over twitter), and he told me that Judiasm is a protected religion because it also happens to be an “ethnicity”. I found that interesting because Australia’s very own human rights commissioner just admitted that Ashkenazi Jews are indeed a race, though i doubt he grasped the significance of that admission.

        • Daniel McGrath

          Did the diggers ban the term Pommy? I doubt it.

        • Sick of it

          Isn’t it interesting when stereotypes are proven to be true…

        • David Wright

          Voltaire said “To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize.”

          • Reynardine

            That’s a lovely quote, do you have the source for it?

          • bilderbuster

            “Those who fear freedom of expression and open debate fear the TRUTH!
            Thus, those who persist in speaking out and sharing inconvenient facts on pain of imprisonment are probably right.”
            Justice For Germans

          • Frechette

            Truth can stand on its own. The lie needs protection of the law.

          • Samuel Hathaway

            I like that Voltaire quote….

        • TL2014

          Really? Any religion but Judaism? Can you mock Islam more than you can mock Judaism? I doubt it, seriously.

          • bilderbuster

            Germans and Germany are defamed in the most vile ways everyday and no one says anything about it. Germans are some of the finest people in the world.

          • TL2014

            I would agree with you on this, having spent much time there.

          • Laura Dilworth

            Watch the history channel. 99 percent of the content is about nazis.

          • bilderbuster

            And grossly inaccurate “history” at that.
            It should come as no surprise that The History Channel is owned by Disney, who’s CEO is Tribesman Robert Iger.
            Of course it broadcasts constant hatred against Germans.
            The History Channel is often used by lazy schools and teachers to indoctrinate children with this hatred.

          • Laura Dilworth

            I would like to learn about other wars besides ww2 or even the Pacific ww2 when watching

          • bilderbuster

            I hope you’re not planning on holding your breath waiting for that to happen.

          • Laura Dilworth

            No. They are obsessed with the germans

          • Sick of it

            They used to have more variety years ago. I’m not sure how it is now.

          • Laura Dilworth

            Also depends on the time

          • bilderbuster

            It’s mostly “reality” shows. A Vegas pawn shop, antique collectors and there’s a show with treasure hunters.

          • Sick of it

            Sounds like what similar creatures did with TLC and Discovery. And they’ve invaded the Scifi Channel with such nonsense.

          • Frechette

            That why my friends and I call it the Hitler Channel.

            It doesn’t stop there. On a trip to Germany last April I turned on the local TV. There was nothing but documentaries about WWII and the beastly Germans.

          • Laura Dilworth

            Crazy

          • ~*~

            I heard during WW2 ~50% of US population was German so it was practically a civil war.

          • bilderbuster

            Search “Charles Lindbergh America First”.

          • Laura Dilworth

            He was demonized

          • Frechette

            “The only decent Europeans are Germans.” US General George Smith Patton (1885-1945)

          • C. Magnus

            Unless you’re living under a rock you’d know that criticism of Islam within the mainstream is getting quite commonplace. Not so for Jewish issues. Different league altogether.

          • mael

            The media is not owned by Muslims.

          • TL2014

            Dont think I’m living under a rock, unless you count a major US metropolitan area as a rock.

            As far as I can tell, criticism of Islam is a mainstream taboo.

          • C. Magnus

            I’m not entirely sure what the situation is with the US media, but I live in Australia and I get the national newspaper. In the letters page whenever a Moslem does something bad, for the next few days straight people write in condemning the Left for not pointing out the obvious about Islam, and asking why Moslem leaders are silent. Also in the Opinion page we have someone called Tanveer Ahmed who has discussed psychological issues that Moslem imports being with them quite similar to Nikolai Sennels who’s been on Gates of Vienna. Just the other day we had an article by Mark Steyn on the Opinion page, and another by Ayaan Hirsi Ali (both harsh Islam critics by MSM standards, or probably any standard). I have never seen anything to do with holocaust revisionism other than something to do with sending a revisionist to jail somewhere, or anything about Jewish power whatsoever, or the Talmud. It would be dismissed as anti-Semitism or conspiracy within minutes and would never make it onto the page.

          • bilderbuster

            The good news is that the Jewish owned media respects the majority of the populations of their host nations too much to mock Christianity.

          • Sick of it

            Major U.S. metropolitan areas do not represent the beliefs of most regions in this country. The popular vote returns from recent presidential elections tell an interesting tale. Especially when broken up within states.

          • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

            Jews and muslims are cousins. They should fight their own family battles and not ask the west to interfere.

          • TL2014

            Most definitely! Let Israel handle it.

          • Sick of it

            They call people against Jewish supremacism anti-Semites…

        • Dr. X

          “Free speech” simply means that Members of the Tribe — like the Sulzbergers, who publish the New York Times — can say what they want about everybody else. But nobody else has the right to criticize, mock, or insult the Tribe.

          • bilderbuster

            Sort of like that vulgar hag Joan Rivers.
            All she did was make gross jokes insulting others.

        • LHathaway

          I doubt it’s going to disturb his coffee break, either way.

      • Who Me?

        Are they trying to say the holocaust never happened, or are they questioning the numbers of the dead etc.
        I don’t think anybody can deny that historically there absolutely, historically were concentration camps, gas ovens, and all the rest, There are people still living today who saw them and took pictures of them. You can’t deny facts, no matter how hard you can try. But people can and probably will quibble over the number of victims forever. Is that hate speech or just debate?

        • TheAntidote

          They’re saying there were NO homicidal gas chambers; that the prisoners mostly died from typhus. The zyklon B was used to de-louse clothing. There were ovens to cremate the dead. There was no soap made nor lampshades. 6mlyn didn’t die; no one knows the number. The 6mlyn figure was a Jewish Kabbalistic number that had been circulating since the 1880s.

      • TCA

        It’s certainly imprudent. But what’s “dumb” about it?
        Watch any of David Irving’s talks on Youtube.

      • RationaliseThis

        We shouldn’t even care, just ignore it. It’s always used against us, every single time, it is used against us. They are using it to anihilate us. Ignore it and attack the slime ball who used it on some other point. When Whites Are down to 25%, quotas are still in place, guns are banned in the US and Whites are as vulnerable as Sth Aficans or Brazillians they will still be talking about this fragment of history. It will be used against us forever. You can’t get around it. I don’t care. I pretend or feign when I have to. When they bring it up its because they hate us so I pour derision on it when I can. No young person should be brainwashed into self hatred or guilt or show reverence to it. Not the way it is being used. When they bring it up its because they hate us.

        • LHathaway

          I”m not sure what the hell you are actually, specifically, talking about. Does it matter? Everything Whites have every done has been wrong and evil. We have affirmative action policies because ‘whites are discriminating’. I have absolutely no idea what specifically you are talking about. Never-the-less what you;ve said is so very true.

          • hastings88

            Everything Whites have been done has been wrong or evil? That is utter ignorance. Troll.

      • Daniel McGrath

        I’d say this. The Germans did displace and massacre the financial and managerial elite of Eastern Europe in an attempt to replace them with German financial and managerial elites. That just so happened to mean a lot of Jewish people were killed and run off the territory.

        Big effing deal. Classes and elite groups are exterminated and displaced all the time.

        • terramare

          It was foremost the Soviets that purged out the eastern European elites, not the Third reich. Think Katyn forest massacre. Germany DID attack Poland when Poland choose to be non-cooperative regarding the German-speaking areas of Poland and also, well allegedly, attacked the german population there. That was a regional territorial dispute which would not have turned into a world war unless Britain and France had made a (useless) alliance with Poles.

          Germany did purge out the old elite of German business and media, though.

          • Daniel McGrath

            Who exactly were the Soviets? Names! I want names.

          • ThomasER916

            The Soviet names are very Kosher.

      • mael

        Why is any historical inquiry crushed regarding the holy hoax? I want to see archaeological studies done at the sites of the alleged ” death camps”. One thing I read was they found NO residue of Zyklon-B in the so called ” gas chambers”. Why is this not news?

        • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

          I am sure that amren will remove your comment since it is seems to be against the jeu(s) just like they just removed mine for telling someone about his comment being removed.

      • Fathercoughlin

        I’ll stop denying the holoco$t when that psycho Ellie Weisel gets his story straight. He seems to have been in 12 different concentration camps.

        • Sick of it

          So far as I can tell, he’s simply been traveling all over the world having people whom he did not like arrested or killed.

      • bilderbuster

        Claiming that millions were gassed is a lie.

      • terramare

        No more dumb than questioning the reality of Noahs ark or the alleged shrunken heads made in Third reich POW camps.

      • HamletsGhost

        Is it dumb to take notice of the wild and literally impossible stories that, no matter how many times the stories change, must always be taken as gospel and treated with great deference?

      • Horace Gunn

        Nothing dumb about it. Who wouldn’t want to stop the endless pummeling of a sledgehammer?

      • Jared van Niekerk

        Agreed – ignorance about the truth should not be a crime. If it were, all libtards would be behind bars, ignorant as they are about genetic realities.

      • Frechette

        No revisionist will argue that Jews were not incarcerated in German concentration camps during WWII. What they question is the 6 Million deaths and the murder weapon, that is, homicidal gas chambers. There is no physical nor forensic evidence that Jews were murdered in those numbers and by those means. Had that been the case the autopsy reports would have been presented in 1946 at the IMT.

    • ~*~

      A good many quotes from a good many high profile intelligent figures in history apply here…Including one who was crucified for it. Where there’s smoke, there’s fire. Nothing new under the sun.
      BTW Jesus wasn’t a Jew. Jew is a relatively modern word meaning someone from Judea or of tribe of Juda. Jesus was talking about Babylonian Canaanites-money changers And baby sacrificers from Judea. Synagogue of Satan. Not Jews. They’ve infiltrated everything. Posers.

  • Alan Martin

    This is EXACTLY the hypocrisy indoctrinated sheep continually ignore regarding liberal hate. white western societies are the TARGETS of hate BY the same people who promote political correctness…who act under the veneer of so called ‘social justice’ so that there HATE is literally a “good thing”.

    they will sit there and pretend to be ‘different’ from non-white hatemongers shouting “infidels” at any dissent to their interests, yet they are the ones shouting ‘sexist!’ , ‘homophobe!’ , ‘racist! or whatever villification is needed by all those special interest groups who gather under that liberal umbrella.

    they are the exact same thing… the day BEFORE those cowards killed, they were PEERS, they were the people bestowed this fake veneer of victmization at the hands of white countries. when those lunatics and those JUST LIKE THEM vote…they all vote for the same thing, they promote the same hate and harm towards white societies.

    this is why we still see these liberal hatemongers HESITANT to break out of political correctness…it IS too powerfull a tool for them to ever give up, to ever point to It and those who use it as being THE problem that needs to be addressed.

    • WR_the_realist

      A great site is www dot progressivestoday dot com. It has several videos on a white privilege conference. There was plenty of anti-white hatred displayed.

      • Manxman3

        Just had a look at that website. Very interesting.

  • propagandaoftruth

    I’ve yet to say, or type “Je suis Charlie”.

    Doh!

    But seriously I was thinking how hypocritical the whole thing is considering French censorship of the future center…

    • Daniel McGrath

      Je Suis Emma West!

      • Katherine McChesney

        Je Suis Emma West!

    • Reynardine

      Amren’s comment section is somewhat similar to Charlie Hebdo, as we derive humor and insight from politically incorrect derision.

      • mael

        You just can’t say anything about those who cannot be named.

  • a multiracial individual

    “Islam is a religion of peace”

    George W. Bush

    • Reynardine

      Technically, it’s true. If ALL Islamists martyred themselves together and followed their religion, then you’d have peace.

    • See The Future

      Just think………another Bush in the white house!

      • bilderbuster

        With the exception of BHO there’s been a Clinton or Bush in the White House since 1980. Even then they were in the governors mansion or hovering around the State Dept.
        Many of the same talking heads have been giving us the “news” during this time.
        There’s a whole generation who grew up knowing nothing except “Bizarro World”.

  • dd121

    When they start saying “Expel the Muslims”, then I’ll be convinced they believe in free speech.

    • Daniel McGrath

      Or Je Suis Charles Martel!

      Expulsion is the only long term solution.

      • dd121

        It’s so obvious to me and you, just can’t understand why everybody doesn’t get it.

        • Sick of it

          Many do, but are afraid of getting shot in the process of doing what needs to be done.

      • stonepillow

        “Or Je Suis Charles Martel!” I like that a lot, I may even pass that off as my own!

        • Daniel McGrath

          I’m sure you will Oscar.

        • C. Magnus

          Follow ‘Generation Identitaire’ on facebook (it’s all in French). I saw a tee shirt with something similar on it (could have been Charlie Martel… ) and the same, scrawled on concrete walls in shared photos. Some French are saying it. And I think Generation Identitaire has reached 60,000 likes.

        • Charles Martel

          Je Suis Charles Martel!!

      • Magician

        Or Je Suis Marie Le Pen

  • Daniel McGrath

    Freedom of speech is a red herring.

    The real question is the Frenchness of France and French policy.

  • james AZ

    TICK, TICK, TICK, TICK, TICK, there still tick because Europeans, Australians, Canadians, and Americans still not fight against third world goons yet…..

    • ThomasER916

      Why fight when your country is still not going to be 100% White?

  • Samuel_Morton

    Excellent article. I was waiting for someone to point out this hypocrisy. It is not lost on French Muslims. I heard an NPR reporter today talking to a young Muslim in the northern suburbs of France, he said that the French State has a double standard because it is okay to say anything you want about Islam or Christianity, but it is not okay to say anything you want about The holocaust or about Hitler.

    I have to say that he’s right about that.

    The problem is that there are two factions in France and most western nations who want to stifle free-speech: cultural Marxists and Islamists.

    They are one and the same except for the tactics that use. Cultural Marxists have money and power so they Sean and ostracize any dissenters said that they have no means to make a living, and now they’re even throwing them in jail. The Muslims do not have money or power, at least in the Western world, so they resort to violence.

    • bilderbuster

      You don’t suppose Jewish organizations might have something to do with them do you?

  • TruthBeTold

    Pointing out the liberal double standard on freedom of speech to liberals is a hopeless dead end.

    • anony

      But must be done over and over again!!

  • Simonetta

    I’m beginning to realize that one of the primal differences between Americans and Europeans is that the American elites will generally (but not always) have the best interests of the American people as their secondary goals and principals. Their first is (as always) making money and imposing extremist political positions on ordinary people who don’t have the ability to just buy their way out of the complications that such political positions create. This is especially true on the ‘Cultural War’ issues like marijuana and abortion. Where common ground can be found that is good for America in general and isn’t too expensive then American elites will most likely fix their political positions there.

    But European elites are different. They really do feel contempt for the common people and will gladly and openly take political positions that will hurt and destroy their people and their country simply because they can do so. [As if World Wars I and II didn’t make that obvious]. The European elites really do hate ordinary middle-class Europeans. What makes them seem strange to Americans is that European elites that have risen from the middle-classes will adopt this mindset, even when there is no particular reason for them to do so. For examples, Mrs’ Thatcher of the UK and Merkel of Germany. And far fewer middle-class Europeans ever reach the status of the elite there than do in the USA. The European elites have always thought that America was just a dumping ground for their white trash. They felt that 200 years ago and will 200 years from now. “Plus Ça change, plus Ça meme chose” as the French say, the more things change, the more that they stay the same.

    So they’ll pay lip service praising Charlie Hebdo magazine and its wicked cartoons. But don’t trust them to follow through.

    Me, I’ve always liked Charlie Hebdo magazine. I love its crazy-ness. Given a choice between Abbie Hoffman and Pat Buchanan I’ll go with Abbie every time (at least until the shooting starts or the Yippies start asking me for money). Here in America, we used to have a magazine that was just as crazy (if not even more so) back in the 1960s called The Realist. Check the web for their Disneyland Memorial Orgy. For wide-eyed crazy it’s right up there with Charlie Hebdo’s cartoons of the pedophile prophet. P.J. O’Rourke’s National Lampoon in the 1970s was really mean and funny too. Now all we have left is Mad magazine.

    • stonepillow

      Yada, yada, yada.

    • Daniel McGrath

      The right in the UK went to great lengths to smash self organized labour unions. Arthur Scargill was accused of collaboration with The Soviets. The danger of well organized whites is that they get the work done and they are likely to expect decent wages in exchange. Their fate of no consequence to the Thatcherite type right.

      The left in the UK would simply like to replace whites with docile Africans.

      • See The Future

        Does the white leftist elite realize that their days are numbered when there are no more whites amongst the masses?

      • KenelmDigby

        In all fairness and honesty, Scargill *was* a revolutionary Marxist.

        • Daniel McGrath

          You sure about that? What he did was protect an industrial workforce as best he could. White to a man.

  • superlloyd

    Political correctness has severely eroded free speech in the entire western world. Now Islam is styled as a race and thus almost untouchable as the number one commandment of this pseudo religious cult is “Thou shalt not be racist” – everyone is equal in every trait apart from white males who are universally evil.

    • TheMaskedUnit

      In the US, we may not be allowed to use any words and ideas we want, but the thoughts we are permitted are encouraged to be used an unlimited amount of times.

      Isn’t that what free speech means?

      Diversity is our greatest strength …
      Diversity is our greatest strength …
      Diversity is our greatest strength …
      Diversity is our greatest strength …

  • Daniel McGrath

    Galliano lost in a power struggle with the same people who shut down certain stories in Charlie Hebdo. Designers like Coco Chanel knew how this ethnic game of musical chairs worked. Her views on race are easy enough to find.

    • terramare

      I heard the magazine kicked out Maurice Sinet for making breaking the taboo on chosen stereotypes. So much for free speech, then.

  • Max Sarrazin

    Great piece Gregory because it contains a low of quotable facts that will help re-frame the issue. Unfortunately in my country of Australia the “islamophibic right” is using the France Terrorism to discuss “gun control” of all things. How ridiculous. Most Australians take the the view that so long as the extremists are kept at bay,as many moderates can enter the country as will fit. This is of course madness because the inflow of moderates poses as much of a threat to Australia’s values and “people” as terrorism.

    • LHathaway

      The only thing under threat is our DNA.

  • LHathaway

    TYPO “previous attempts to ban Dieudonné from performing foundered” It should be ‘floundered’ I believe.

    Speaking of bad taste, it may have been in bad taste to use the word, ‘laughable’ in the 2nd or 3rd paragraph about this issue and their recent consequences.

    What is truly laughable . . . no. . . contemptable . . . is that while it Is punishable, in bad taste, and newsworthy, and condemned, inciting hatred, every university in the West seems dedicated to arousing hatred of White men. That would seem to be their very purpose of existence.

    • stonepillow

      Founder when a verb means to sink or wreck. Meanwhile your point about universities is on target.

    • Daniel McGrath

      You are thinking about Fish.

  • stonepillow

    Good piece!

  • stonepillow

    Yes it is. Certainly the German people of the time.

    • Daniel McGrath

      Even Eisenhower claimed not to hate them. Patton, once he arrived in Germany proper realized that he’d been duped and said so. He promptly gets killed in a car accident.

      • bilderbuster

        Eisenhower hated Germans with a passion.

    • je suis paganisme

      It is NOT fair to demonize the German people of the time, nor is it fair to demonize the Southerners of the US of 150 years ago. The parallels are several. Allow the one, and the other follows.

      For that matter (in order to establish an historical linkage), it was not fair of the Christian Roman Emporer Theodosius to look the other way when the old pagan temples were destroyed, statutes pounded to dust, and the adherents of the old ways attacked, oftentimes killed.

      Sound like today? Yes, because the concept of “politically correct” found, perhaps, its origin (or certainly its champion), in the Christianity of the Roman Empire of 1700 years ago.

      Old social orders disdained, entire peoples demonized, old ways attacked — these methods were established in the fourth century when Christianity ascended and blackened the sturdy gods of the Roman Republic, and held to ridicule and condemnation as “unbelievers” the patriots who made that republic possible.

      The old Christian methods are still in use today. They are being used on us now, without the theological “god-talk” dressing. They are using another packaging, nowdays, but the product is the same.

      Liberals are the modern manifestation of the Christian phenomenon of being right (so sure of it!), universalism, egalitarianism, looking to the priests (the “enlightened” liberals, today) for guidance and absolution, the abhorence and attacking of dissenting views, and the satisfaction of being numbered among the “annointed.”

      It is as if Christianity were merely a prelude to a continuing metamorphosis. Or perhaps Christianity was a metamorphosis of something much more ancient, and continuing?

      • Hy Alldredge

        So you’re saying nothing of this sort happened before the 4th Century, and all prior examples are a result of said mindset? Unlikely. History is human nature writ large. I wouldn’t say the events you described were a metamorphasis of something more ancient, but just one example of many.

        • je suis paganisme

          I was referring to the “inversion of values” as per Nietzsche, and it IS indeed ancient and continuing because it reflects the values of those who have not accomplished, do not even want to strive.

          Christianity gave it an ordered form, and attempted to make sacred its values—a metamophosis into the sacred for many.

          Many people think that Marxism was a further metamorphosis of the same ancient attitude.

          • Hy Alldredge

            It didn’t really start with Christianity. If you read the Old Testament, in the book of Joshua God specifically commands Joshua and the Hebrews to destroy all traces of the idols of the Canaanites, and the people themselves. Chronicles and Kings are based on the premise that allowing pagan religions to exist results in invasion and defeat of Israel. A successful king always begins by tearing down the idols of foreign gods.

            Since Christianity is essentially a continuation of Judaism – with the promises granted to Israel extending to Gentiles – it’s hardly surprising that the same thing manifested when the Roman Empire became Christian.

          • je suis paganisme

            Well, if one can take the book of Joshua as authentic ancient history, I don’t think it is quite the same thing as an “inversion of values.”

            It would be total destruction of values, because the people that held them had been genocided.
            Christianity keeps people around–successful, noble, accomplishing people–and says, Yes, he is sucessful according to the world, but according to God he is a miserable sinner!
            (Or, in modern vernacular: He has benefitted from White privilege. Let’s impose special taxes on him, or demand reparations.)

            And, again, just to be clear, Nietzsche never said that this inversion started with Christianity.

          • ~*~

            Well WHO the tribe of ISRAEL really is and who that land is promised to needs to be genetically sorted out because there are differing opinions as in Israel are White people or dark people but definitely not Ashkenazis.

          • Felix qui potuit rerum cognoscere causas.

      • Pelayo

        I like to say that racists are the new heretics of the church of diversity. The more things change, the more they stay the same.

      • LHathaway

        What? Germans blamed Jews for all evil past and present. This was considered facing the facts of history, scientificism and enlightenment. There were laws passed against them. They were driven out of the places where they had lived. Currently, whites are blamed for all evil in history, and for it’s continuation in the present. There are laws passed against them. One rule for Whites, one for everyone else. This is also considered enlightenment, and the latest scientific thinking. There evil must be guarded against. There are parallels.

        • je suis paganisme

          Jews were blamed for many things by Germans, but those Jews were in a country that WAS NOT THEIRS, and that was not made by them. They were largely seen as profitting from Germany’s defeat in WW1.

          Whites are blamed by others and we are in our own country, that our ancestors built.

          It is others who have come here, at our largesse, who have conspired against us.

          Who is instigating the White privilege nonsense against Whites; who says that all the races are equal; who was behind unlimited immigration into the US and Europe?

          Who is doing the pushing, and who is doing the pushing back?

          • LHathaway

            “Who is doing the pushing, and who is doing the pushing back”?
            Everyone. No one.

          • ThomasER916

            There you are running interference for the Culture of Critique.

            You’re just like the Libtard Apologists for Islam.

          • LHathaway

            Anyone going on about jews has a much to do helping out the cause of whites as some local ‘volunteer’ being paid to investigate the klan and keep an eye on their activities. In fact, that is the perfect analogy. Yes, it’s true, jews are getting ‘revenge’ for the holocaust. Anyone going on using the phrase ‘libtard apologists for islam’ doesn’t really sound too frightened about it, do they? Keep your nose up high in the air going on about your ‘white supremacy’ (whether you believe in it or not). It’s doing so much good for the cause you pretend to espouse. . . . .

          • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

            Jews just eat off white people and then destroy them

          • Tigger

            “we are in our own country, that our ancestors built.” Erm – which country is that?
            I hope you’re not talking about the country called USA – stolen from so many indigenous groups..

      • ~*~

        Well you said it: the old Christian ways were actually the OLD ROMAN WAYS. All roads lead to Rome, baby. Orthodox Church, Coptics and Ethiopian Churches are probably the purest.

    • UncleSham

      The Germans of the time were better than the Soviets of the time. All the US did during WWII was make the world safe for communism.

      • stonepillow

        I understand where you are coming from and have an immense amount of sympathy for the view. However the German were pretty bad so we were right to smash them. Of course Roosevelt was naive or worse (probably worse) vis-a-vis the Soviets, Eisenhower complicit in not taking Berlin and the British after the defeat of Churchill had a lot of dirt on their hands. And so nobody from the west who mattered wanted to militarily throw the Russians out of eastern Europe not to mention the lack of popular support for anything like that. Where the allies missed the bus was in supplying the Communists. For example we shipped them 200,000 jeeps and revolutionizd their transport system, thousands of Sherman tanks, two million uniforms, ten million pairs of boots, fighter planes and what-all. While what we should done was use that material to support a anti-communist patriotic army in Russia.

        • terramare

          The reason Germany was smashed was to make way for the new rootless world order of multiethnic consumerist world citizens. It had nothing to do with Germany doing “bad things” (whatever that is).

  • Sick of it

    “A similar law was proposed for the Armenian genocide but was overturned by France’s Constitutional Council.”

    Probably because the people behind the Young Turk movement squashed it.

    • Caucasoid88

      Cenk Uygur is the world’s biggest minge, as the British would put it.

    • Reynardine

      There’s something especially disgusting about Turks in general.

      Once you read about the sacking of Constantinople by them, you’ll understand what I mean.

  • Tim_in_Indiana

    Speech in France is regulated by Section 24 of the Press Law of 1881. According to The Legal Project, Section 24 “criminalizes incitement to racial discrimination, hatred, or violence on the basis of one’s origin or membership (or non-membership) in an ethnic, national, racial, or religious group.

    WOW! I had no idea insane political correctness went back this far. Of course, this IS France we’re talking about here….

    • Samuel Hathaway

      One day when the guillotine comes back to France in the form of the Islamic sword, lopping off heads everywhere you turn, it will be the snooty, trendy French socialists, skeptics and secularists who go first. The National Front French will fight heroically and possibly save their nation.

    • curri

      From Wikipedia:

      Racially defamatory comments and incitement to racial hatred were criminalised when the law was amended by the Law of 1 July 1972.[8] The French parliament further amended the Press Law in 2004 to make it a crime to discriminate against or defame individuals on the basis of their sexual orientation. Such offences are punished by jail terms of between six months and a year and a fine of between €22,500 and €45,000.

      All this is ultimately traceable to the victory of the American Empire in 1945. All countries in Europe outside the Soviet zone became American vassal states at that time.

      • Sick of it

        The “American” Empire is not American in the slightest or it would protect its own borders, as opposed to the borders of a certain Middle Eastern country.

  • Katherine McChesney

    Romney is preparing to run as per Drudge Report.

    • WR_the_realist

      Oh no. After the grass roots popularity of Ron Paul in 2008 and 2012, the Republican establishment got scared. So it changed the rules to ensure that nothing like that would ever happen again. Their current plan is to get a Bush/Romney/McCain “mainstream” Republican chosen early on in the primaries, to avoid any real debate. It doesn’t matter the slightest whether Jeb Bush or Hillary Clinton is the puppet in the White House.

  • Samuel Hathaway

    Je suis Charlie? this is the ultimate these snooty, French aspire to? Grown, dirty, old men whose lewd, sexualized “cartoons” you wouldn’t have the decency to even show your own children or mother? These people are a bunch of lemmings. They’re probably embarrassed by Joan-of-Arc or Charles Martel, who heroically beat back an Islamic invasion of France.

  • David Wright

    looking at that juvenile inspired rebellious humor on the cover depicting the holy trinity gives me every reason why I care not one whit for these dead pigs. Drawn like a twelve year old artist to boot.

    • Reynardine

      Oh one hand, it’s horrid to see the slaughter of the cartoonists of Charlie Hebdo. On the other hand, many of the contributors of Charlie Hebdo were unabashedly pervocrats.

      When our enemies strike our enemies, we shouldn’t completely take it as a loss.

      • Epiminondas

        “The enemy of my enemy is my friend.” Well, almost. But it is nice to see them killing one another.

      • Samuel Hathaway

        Incredibly, one of the “dirty, old men” drawing and publishing this trash was an 80-year-old man…what 80-year-old man conducts himself like he has the mentality of a 15-year-old voyeur? If there’s one thing I respect, is age. However, these aging, anti-white French leftists are despicable.

        • Reynardine

          My french is very poor. I haven’t read Charlie Hebdo, but should I reach that level of confidence in French, I’ll try.

          The covers are very inflammatory, but I’d like to read the rest of it before I decide.

          • Daniel McGrath

            It doesn’t look funny in the same way Private Eye is. It doesn’t look funny at all.

          • Samuel Hathaway

            don’t waste your time reading Charlie Hebdo. I don’t know any French, but I can read it and understand it a little, since I’ve studied and used Spanish for nearly 18 years beginning in high school.

            My whole opinion of France is about as bad as my opinion of Mexico. but one thing Mexico has going for it is that its ruling class doesn’t hate themselves.

  • Kenner

    Natalie Portman holds US and Israeli dual citizenship. Literally, not figuratively.

    • Reynardine

      My observations about Natalie is that she’s attractive on the same level as non-jewish whites, and therefore a miracle to the ‘Brew community.

      • Kenner

        She’s stunning, and a total leftist.

        • RationaliseThis

          Knowing her politics I find her repulsive, won’t get a rise out of me. Nor will I watch her movies.

          • TCA

            to me she looks like a thousand other pretty girls one can see on Madison Avenue every afternoon.

          • Kenner

            Well, that explains it. I live in Seattle, where a lot of women look like de-frocked nuns or sideshow escapees.

        • Daniel McGrath

          There is nothing special about her. Somehow she’s the face of Dior. Walk around Chelsea in New York for five minutes and you see 30 prettier girls. Walk around a campus like Arizona Univeristy and you see dozens of lovely looking women. Hell, walk around Copenhagen or Stockholm or St Petersburg and you see angels.

        • Magician

          Are you boys all John Engelman’s alternate egos?

    • Tigger

      But Israel doesn’t recognise dual citizenship. She’d better make up her mind.

  • TL2014

    What? Dieudonne has ties to Le Pen?

    How is that possible, sorry? I don’t understand. He lost me there.

    • hmmcc

      Google Mate, google.

  • bilderbuster

    Jeb or Hillary?
    More like Sheldon Adelson or George Soros.

    • WR_the_realist

      Yup. When you vote for the puppet you’re really voting for the puppeteer. Of course both of those candidates have many other owners, although they all pretty much think the same way.

  • Paleoconn

    Hell of an article!

  • Paleoconn

    Again, I don’t like bloodshed on any White victims. However, if it is to happen better Charlie than me or QD or MD or any other commenter here or Mr. Hood or Mr. Taylor.

    Islamists at war with their leftist enablers? Pass the popcorn.

  • robinbishop34

    I’d like to think that natural selection will eventually eliminate the domesticated whites that sing the praises of multiculturalism.

  • Epiminondas

    France is headed toward catastrophe. The semitic peoples within their borders will end up ripping the nation apart.

    • Samuel Hathaway

      We need to open up our immigration system to the native, white French, desperate to hang on to their homeland, which is rapidly slipping from their grasp. the Islamic “no go” zones proves they are being “racially cleansed” from their homelands. They deserve a shot at the American dream, here.

      • Pelayo

        No, they need to fight for their country and we should help them.

        • Ella

          Sadly, have you seen our largest US cities that resemble metro area like Paris? We are not much better off.

        • Samuel Hathaway

          It was in 1940 that Paris fell to Nazi Germany. There is something mentally bad off about the French that they are this easy to be pushed around on their own territory. Now, it’s the Muslims turn to take over Paris.

          • meanqueen

            Be careful. I got deleted for saying something similar about the French.

          • Samuel Hathaway

            Listen, the AR moderator will change anything, delete anything…doesn’t matter how tame it is. Even correcting grammatical “errors” like changing a word in all-caps to lower-case…. or the outright deletion of four simple words… Asian… mail… order…. brides. I really don’t get what the standard is here, but i’ve never posted any obscenity like this website did with that “cartoon” about the Trinity.

          • Daniel McGrath

            The best thing that could have happened to France (considering the Arabification today) would have been to Germanize.

            France is hotly contested real estate.

      • Daniel McGrath

        France will outlast the US.

        • See The Future

          Why would you say that? Please explain.

          • Daniel McGrath

            White minority in 10-15 years.

            The French have 76-100 years

  • falskog

    very well said

  • Ella

    I read Charlie also equally deprecated Christian and Jewish religions as well in other cartoons. To mention he was listed on the anti-Christmas literary list for ridiculing the birth of Christ. I ignore trash writers/cartoonists like this. I expected that he was an atheist and hard-line socialist before reading the bio.

    • LHathaway

      ‘almost’?

      • Ella

        Someone stopped them here so I said “almost,” but before this incident, I would have said “all.”

    • Samuel Hathaway

      I guarantee that these four “cartoonists” are no longer atheists, and for eternity, never will be, again.

    • Tigger

      Christian yes, but not Jewish. The one guy who tried that was fired (but did win his case for unlawful dismissal).

  • See The Future

    Amen

  • WR_the_realist

    Jared Taylor is quite competent in French. Maybe he could do the translation.

    • Samuel Hathaway

      Yes, I understand Mr. Taylor did his thesis in French…quite an impressive feat.

  • Cory Welch

    Absolutely excellent article again! This is why I love this website.

  • Manxman3

    Oh how I would love to read this article in the national press. Obviously however an article such as this would never get published by the mainstream media. The irony.

  • KenelmDigby

    Well said.

    Amren tries to promote rational, empirical debate – based in the main on scientific evidence and well reseanoned philosophical and political thought – regard the rather insane phenomenom of the outright attack and eclipse of White European peoples throughout the World, which is being instigated by the White European leaders of those states.
    It’s a remarkable, perverse and downright unnatural and anti-Darwinian, and thus anti-life and anti-Universe phenomenon, so in that respect it is at least worthy of serious study.

    Charlie Hebdo, on the other hand, was a hard-left publication more or less committed to White genocide.
    The cartoons it published were on the intellectual level of a guilty 7 year old school boy, with Freudian obsessions over body functions, parents and authority figures and an immature imagination linking the same. In a word it was trash.

    Just look at the way European authorities destroyed that Budapest Amren conference last year. They destroyed a gathering if sober intellectuals making well reasoned well argued points.
    All Charlie Hebdo ever did was to think that obscenity and depravity was ‘clever’ and somehow ‘journalism’.

    • cherrie greenbaum123

      Exactly. Either you have free speech or you don’t.

      • TheMaskedUnit

        In the US we pretend … that’s the same thing, right?

  • Frank Deschamps

    I would not be so dismissive of Dieudonné. He is cut above the Charlie Hebdo nihilists. If he has any lodestar, it would be anti-Zionism, which I would say is far braver than leftist Islamophobia. (The French Republic has always defended Charlie Hebdo’s right to harass Muslims, never Dieudonné right to point out Jewish double standards.)

    Dieudonné, in addition to being a friend of Jean-Marie Le Pen, is working in collaboration with the civic nationalist, anti-immigration Alain Soral. Not perfect for AmRen readers, but then you can’t expect a Franco-Cameroonian métis to be a White Nationalist..

    • Daniel McGrath

      By definition he can’t be. I’d still expell him though.

  • NW

    This is not hard to understand. These atheists hate all religions, Islam included. Don’t mistake their opposition to Islam as any sort of rise in racial consciousness, or right-wing uprising. They are just liberal secularists who want to live in a multicultural atheist society.
    This is why we on the right-wing should be emphasizing the racial aspect to this Islamic attack.

    • The Dude

      I don’t think Bill Maher is gay.

      • hmmcc

        No it would seem he is not. It would seem Mr. Maher exclusively dates black women. He publicly stated once that his dating preferences make his Jewish mother proud.

  • LHathaway

    Writing in defense of the West or Christianity? That’s being insensitive and it can be labeled hate speech, and speaking on topics that shouldn’t be discussed. It’s a mental illness eliciting some kind of phobia. Speaking in defense of non-Westerners who hold other religions beliefs? That’s fighting stereotypes and raising awareness. It’s highest enlightenment. Those angry about this: Muslims.

  • Greg_Deane

    Even though the terrorists who murdered the staff at Charlie Hebdo are totally reprehensible, and just one more manifestation of the pernicious nature of a religion populated by intolerant psychopaths, keep in mind that the magazine is of much the same mindset as the ABC and Fairfax, with its own left wing adamant prejudices. Nor were its parodies particularly clever and they were far from sophisticated. The magazine has lambasted Christianity and other western institutions with gay abandon for years, and with arrogant impunity derived from the Freedom of the Press it has abused from the outset, while doing its best to silence the speech of those with views this arrogant organ decries. Yet the Jewish editorial staff has not targeted its own Judaic traditions with the same puerile venom with which it has attacked other religions.

    Ironically, Charlie Hebdo was also critical of anti-immigration groups and individuals like Marine Le Pen of the National Front, and is likely to have made others of similar ilk to Hebdo more chary of supporting Muslim migration and to have roused stronger opposition against their own ‘religion’ and its adherents. Though the jihadists’ actions were appalling, they could have chosen targets more worthy of protection.

    • The Dude

      The magazine satirized Judaism nearly as much as Islam. This is part of a series, “100 Stupid Jewish Rules”, mocking laws it deemed futile and ridiculous from the Torah and the Talmud.

      (“Rule 86: Circumcise all the males eight days after they are born
      – Why don’t we wait until he’s old enough to understand what’s going on?
      – We should take advantage while we have the upper hand.)

      But yes, the publication was solidly left-wing, and would have probably supported hate speech laws being enforced to shut down the “Far” Right.

      • Daniel McGrath

        Battering the Old Testament isn’t brave anymore.

        The writer Sine was removed for pointing out that Sarkozy’s son converted in order to marry an heiress to Jewish fortune.

        Jokes about circumcision are dumb and easy.

        • The Dude

          “Yet the Jewish editorial staff has not targeted its own Judaic
          traditions with the same puerile venom with which it has attacked other religions.”

          That’s what I was responding to

          For the record, all of that magazine’s jokes are dumb and easy, it seems.

        • IstvanIN

          Not a very difficult “conversion” I am sure.

      • curri

        It’s ethnic/racial Judaism that’s really sensitive-Judaism the religion far less so. IIRC, most of the founders of Israel were secular nationalists and socialists.

        • The Dude

          “It’s ethnic/racial Judaism that’s really sensitive”

          I don’t know about France, but Jews in America, as an ethnic group, are heavily made fun of for being cheap for being cheap, etc.

          • Daniel McGrath

            By their own comedians.

    • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

      I guess the tribe loving amren moderator will delete your comment for talking about the tribe. if Charlie was pro immigration, then I guess he deserved what he got fro being pro immigration and also making fun of Christians.

  • MathMan

    The benefits or otherwise of diversity are discussed by Jared Taylor and can be found on YouTube.

    • cherrie greenbaum123

      If you ask yourself, “Who benefits from ‘diversity’?” the answer takes you to some pretty interesting places.

      • Samuel Hathaway

        Tell us, Cherrie, how do you benefit from diversity?

        Personally, I don’t. Diversity is the new, forced, crammed-down-our-throats religion. While I very much enjoy learing about other people’s history, their customs, a little of their language and such, that is NOT diversity. It is just a natural curiosity about the rest of the world and trying to be as knowlegable as you can about the planet we live on. Nothing more.

        • cherrie greenbaum123

          Not wanting to tell you something you already know, but yes, obviously it’s interesting to meet people who are different from us. My dad used to say, “My God, wouldn’t the world be boring if everyone was like me?” (meaning an old, middle class Irish guy). I suppose what he said was true. I certainly don’t see myself as being racially superior in any way. I truly believe the Irish were the naggers of Europe. I’m pretty stupid myself, so I can attest to that fact. I’ve always admired Jews. In my view, they’re some of the smartest, most talented people on Earth. They have a fatal flaw, it seems to me. The continually push their agenda and cause people (like me) to detest them due to their miserable behavior toward their fellow humans. They play black people like a fiddle. And they use blacks to go up against whites. That really gets me mad. I try not to hate anyone, but deliberate cruelty (h/t Blanche Dubois) is something I cannot tolerate. It’s the one thing I consider to be unforgivable. TWMNBN are in for a painful day of reckoning, and I’m sad that I feel no pity for them at all when that day comes.

          • Sick of it

            “And to the angel of the church in Philadelphia write; These things saith he that is holy, he that is true, he that hath the key of David, he that openeth, and no man shutteth; and shutteth, and no man openeth;

            I know thy works: behold, I have set before thee an open door, and no man can shut it: for thou hast a little strength, and hast kept my word, and hast not denied my name.

            Behold, I will make them of the synagogue of Satan, which say they are Jews, and are not, but do lie; behold, I will make them to come and worship before thy feet, and to know that I have loved thee.

            Because thou hast kept the word of my patience, I also will keep thee from the hour of temptation, which shall come upon all the world, to try them that dwell upon the earth.”

            Revelation 3:7-10

  • bossel

    “Member of the European Parliament Bruno Gollnisch was fined a sizable €55,000 euros ”
    You should get your facts straight. Didn’t check the other points, but this one is missing an important part of the information. From Wikipedia:
    “Gollnisch was finally found not guilty by the Cour de cassation on 24 June 2009”

    • IstvanIN

      How much did he spend in legal fees? In these sorts of persecutions the accused loses big even when he wins.

      • bossel

        Doubtful. Don’t know the details of French law, but if found not guilty you should get at least some compensation (though probably not complete) for the cost of your legal representation. Even if not, he most probably has legal insurance which will cover all or most of his expenses.

    • Tigger

      So-you must have also read that he was not only fined 55,000 euros but was also sentenced to three months in prison. (Why didn’t you mention that, as well?)

      I wonder if he was ever compensated for those three months.

      • bossel

        What makes you think he spent any time in jail? He appealed.

  • RationaliseThis

    “Nothing to do with the muslim religion”. Presumably they are “Just another crazy person” Strangly islam has an enormous number of crazy people.

  • John Smith

    Interesting that you cannot deny an anti-Jewish holocaust perpetrated by a Christian nation, but you can deny one against a Christian minority perpetrated by muslims.

    • corvinus

      A Christian nation’s non-Christian government, rather.

  • Evette Coutier

    The 1984 thought police have taken over government.

  • cherrie greenbaum123

    This business of “you can have free speech as long as you only say things I agree with” is a false narrative. I’ve had comments banned all over the place, including this one, for calling out Zionists and their war mongering ways. Either you have free speech or you don’t. Selectively choosing that which you agree with and banning what you find personally offensive is hypocritical and self-serving. People can get as upset with Muslims all they want, and terrorist acts these extremists do are reprehensible. Calling attention to why Muslims are angry over losing their land and being annihilated in Palestine is strictly verboten. Nothing will change until the Zionists are called out on their NWO butchery. (I’ll be amazed if this comment makes it past the censors!)

  • Magician

    Free speech is only banned when it benefits indigenous whites, but vigorously and relentlessly promoted if it benefits nonwhites

  • PouponMarx

    Sociialism/Marxist/Communism/ is like the drug SOMA, in 1984. It produces positive feelings, suppresses critical thought, and retro-gressively infantilizes the dupe user.

    • corvinus

      SO(cialism)/MA(rxism)

      • PouponMarx

        Excellent!!

    • Robert Smith

      Brave New World, not 1984.

      • PouponMarx

        Correct. My error. I often get the two books confused, as the overlap and parallels converge. I’m sure Barry Goldwater was greatly influenced by both. Thanks.

      • PouponMarx

        Correct. Thanks for that. We are firmly in the realm of these two books, presently, I believe.

  • Pro-Apartheid

    Those stupid cartoons are only meant to be insulting. That sort of content would definitely have been banned under Apartheid. So no, i don’t support limitless “free-speech”.

    Of course, many people on the Right support “free-speech” because it allows them to say things which are extremely politically incorrect these days. But let’s be honest, if a right-wing party were to be elected in one of your countries, they would also use their political power to suppress dangerious ideologies such as Communism and Marxism. I see nothing wrong with this, in fact, i think that’s the right thing to do.

  • corvinus

    Yeah, after seeing that blasphemous depiction of the Trinity, I’m coming to the conclusion that the muzzies were justified. Whether it’s by Breivik or Muslims, the only good leftoid is a dead one.

  • AmericanCitizen

    Where is America’s Marine Le Pen? Where is our political leader who stresses the positive values associated with nationalism and the dangers of multiculturalism and immigration?

    • See The Future

      A valiant try for LePen but it she will not garner sufficient support from the previously mentioned castrated white French.

      An American leader……….you got to be kidding.

    • HJ11

      Why can’t you be that person?

      • AmericanCitizen

        I don’t pretend to be anything other than a regular schmoe. Not rich, not charismatic, no famous last name to use as a step up the ladder. When that person arrives I will support him/her and that’s when things can go to the next level, when the regular people find the leader they can back who doesn’t pander to multiculturalism and diversity as they kill America.

        • Sick of it

          You won’t find such a person in the higher political echelons, as those people have sold out to a degree, if not entirely. Almost all of them have forgotten where they came from.

    • corvinus

      America is far too large for a single person to appear and succeed who isn’t an Establishment shill. Yet another reason the federal government is a terrible idea.

  • TheMaskedUnit

    It’s freedom of approved speech.

    Sometimes … they annoy you.

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  • Dave West

    Given the response following the attacks by many French citizens (a.k.a. the “candlelight vigils”), indicates to me that the attacks have not actually “woke up” the French people to the problems of Islam, immigration, and multiculturalism. The attacks have served as a twisted way for libtards of the West to reaffirm their beliefs.

    1. Most libs are basically just chalking-up the attacks to be about religion and the “evils” of religion, but of course, this is in no way about Islam according to liberals.
    2. Atheists have delighted themselves by pointing out the “pitfalls of religion.”
    3. The publication that was attacked has been getting an out-pouring of support from French liberals who believe in “free speech” only because it was a secular publication that attacked religion in general. I highly doubt there would be mass “free-speech” rallies if a right-wing publication was attacked by Muslim terrorists.
    4. The usual post-attack blabber and praising of the ever elusive “moderate Muslim.”
    5. The attacks are of course partially the fault of “racist” French society for “marginalizing” Arab-Muslims.
    6. Another opportunity for “enlightened” liberal bloggers to decry the imperialist legacy of France with regards to Algeria.

    It seems this attack has actually bolstered the positions of liberals and Muslim apologists. It has revealed how castrated whites in Europe have become; “let’s not have a discussion about the problems caused by Islam and non-European immigration, that would be offensive, we’ll have a candlelight vigil instead, that’ll show em’!”

  • mael

    What about American free speech? How many posts have been deleted here?

  • HJ11

    Oh sure, France has free speech, except those gosh darn Muslims, why they don’t believe in free speech.

    Well, go to France and try to even question the Holocaust if you believe there is free speedch there. You’ll get arrested by the government and will end up in jail.

    But, if you insult Muslims or their religion, that’s okay and that’s free speech and must be protected, but those questions about the Holocaust?–why that’s hate speech and anti-Semitic and you will be arrested.

    Double standard anyone?

    • Daniel McGrath

      You need not go there. If you moan about Muslims in a France you get arrested. However you can make any comment you like about quasi mythical figures revered by those people, if you are a well connected editor.

      • HJ11

        No, you don’t get arrested for moaning about Muslims in France. You only get arrested for moaning about Jews in France.

        • Daniel McGrath

          Tell that to Brigit Bardot.

  • Hubbub

    “I am Charlie” and “We are Charlie” may well end up being “We Will Be Charlie” if the French do not get their act together to reclaim its heritage. If the government has the right to circumscribe freedom of speech, then there is for all practical purposes no freedom of speech – to speak of.

  • Robert Smith

    Were the Muslims brought in to be a buffer? To deflect attention? What else could it be?

    • jaye ellis

      It can and was many things – not some conspiracy.

      Same forces at work now in the USA flooding us with low skilled, low IQ, racially and culturally alien 3rd world illegals/legals.

      Selfish agribusiness owners want cheap labor

      (includes $ billionaires Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, also idiot ‘patriots” like Cliven Burdy rancher, Onion King of Georgia)

      Members of the tribe, other ethnic groups that simply hate the native White culture.

      Idiot Liberals/Leftists/Libertarians bad Judeo Christian churches.

      Read Jean Respaul’s Camp of the Saints – it’s all in there.

      In the end of Camp of the Saints, it wasn’t who was against us, who was supporting, enabling the Brown, Muslim Turk, Afro Arab, untouchable hordes, at the end it was what tiny few WERE actually on the White side – it came down to about 10 guys, no White women.

      One of the guys on our side was Luke Notorus a Greek shipping captain who deliberately rammed a packed refugee asylum ship.

      One last guys on our side was a brown Hindu Indian guy who just decided to take the White side as so many Whites were taking the Brown civilization destroying side.

      The brown Hindu guy on the White side was really funny as he insulted so many idiot, BS spouting White Leftists who said the mass third world invasion would be good for Europe. He said:

      “No you don’t know my people like I do, they’ll destroy everything, you’re an idiot”.

      🙂

      If we are going down, which it does look like we are, let’s go down with courage and a smile on our lips.

      • Robert Smith

        I don’t believe it is by chance for one minute. It is too pervasive and happened too quickly. Plus, there is too much evidence that says it wasn’t chance, and isn’t a “theory.” Your examples prove that 30 pieces of silver is still very effective in getting people to sell out.

        • Sick of it

          “When the morning was come, all the chief priests and elders of the people took counsel against Jesus to put him to death:

          And when they had bound him, they led him away, and delivered him to Pontius Pilate the governor.

          Then Judas, which had betrayed him, when he saw that he was condemned, repented himself, and brought again the thirty pieces of silver to the chief priests and elders,

          Saying, I have sinned in that I have betrayed the innocent blood. And they said, What is that to us? see thou to that.

          And he cast down the pieces of silver in the temple, and departed, and went and hanged himself.

          And the chief priests took the silver pieces, and said, It is not lawful for to put them into the treasury, because it is the price of blood.

          And they took counsel, and bought with them the potter’s field, to bury strangers in.

          Wherefore that field was called, The field of blood, unto this day.

          Then was fulfilled that which was spoken by Jeremy the prophet, saying, And they took the thirty pieces of silver, the price of him that was valued, whom they of the children of Israel did value;

          And gave them for the potter’s field, as the Lord appointed me.” Matthew 27:1-10

          “And, behold, one came and said unto him, Good Master, what good thing shall I do, that I may have eternal life?

          And he said unto him, Why callest thou me good? there is none good but one, that is, God: but if thou wilt enter into life, keep the commandments.

          He saith unto him, Which? Jesus said, Thou shalt do no murder, Thou shalt not commit adultery, Thou shalt not steal, Thou shalt not bear false witness,

          Honour thy father and thy mother: and, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself.

          The young man saith unto him, All these things have I kept from my youth up: what lack I yet?

          Jesus said unto him, If thou wilt be perfect, go and sell that thou hast, and give to the poor, and thou shalt have treasure in heaven: and come and follow me.

          But when the young man heard that saying, he went away sorrowful: for he had great possessions.

          Then said Jesus unto his disciples, Verily I say unto you, That a rich man shall hardly enter into the kingdom of heaven.

          And again I say unto you, It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle, than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God.” Matthew 19:16-24

          “No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon.” Matthew 6:24

  • david dorian

    Brigitte Bardot Has Been Prosecuted Five Times In Ten Years For Inciting
    Racial Hatred–Where is the Free speech you all love now?

    • kikz2

      One word…Dieudonne’.

  • Albert

    We must bend over backwards to be sensitive to those who are insensitive. We must surrender our rights so we do not risk offending those who are -by their very nature- perpetually offensive.

    • libertarian1234

      Yes, that is the insanity that resides in the progressive mind, similar in a way to their logic that it is vital to pass legislation making it the law of the land in order to see what it contains.

  • libertarian1234

    Many are wondering how these leftists think a large protest will prevent future attacks by fanatics who have a murderous agenda.

    Germany is protesting Islamisation not just Islamic terrorism, which is the right thing to do, because they realize almost their entire population of Muslims silently approve of jihadist terrorism and they want to convert Germany into an Islamic state ruled by Sharia law.

    But neither protests are going to stop these sick fanatics from pursuing jihad. To set things right they have to be purged by any means necessary. Anything short of that is useless.

    • See The Future

      A million sheep marching in Paris. CNN media whores interviewing a white woman muslim traitor and black to say how united they are.

      More proof that France is lost.

  • drattastic

    An enterprising jihadist would make use of these large crowds.

  • Evette Coutier

    Charles Martel would be embarrassed by the modern French.

    • libertarian1234

      Yes, and he would be appalled at the stupidity of modern French for willingly opening the doors to people who hate them, their religion and way of life.

      If he were alive today, the elitists responsible for bringing these people in would be decorating trees throughout France.

    • Sick of it

      They are not very French if you compare their worldview, beliefs, and traditions to those of their ancestors.

  • 1984Orwell2013

    Hebdo was a racist asshole. he didn’t deserve to die, but neither did the thousands of victims of western state-sponsored terrorism. Where is the march for the “Right to Life” for the people of Gaza?? Such stunning hypocrisy by the racist classist French

  • crockadoodle6

    This massive French unity march is nothing more than a large bowel movement; courtesy of an islamic enema delivered by French muslims. The bloating and cramps will improve temporarily and the patient will think he is cured and forget about the underlying tumor causing the constipation. However, until the tumor is surgically removed the patient will continue to weaken and ultimately die. The march is only a temporary remedy. The leftist elites want to sooth us with the concept of Denial…..but it never cured any malignancy.

  • Jljlmjlmn_Prprsprst

    I was going to share this until I saw the cartoon attached…

    J.P.

  • Magician

    Off topic but, did any of you read the Daily Stormer entry about the young UK white women who were stabbed to death by her Muslim non-white boyfriend who were in UK to seek asylum?

    I am surprised by the beauty of those young white UK women

    dailystormer[dot]com/non-white-asylum-seeker-butchered-2-white-women-then-licked-the-knife-and-spat-on-the-body

    • IstvanIN

      Those intense bule eyes, lost forever.

      • Magician

        Two common ways non-whites make white genes permanently disappear

        1 – murder them
        2 – marry them

        • Ella

          I truly believe that no parent or teacher ever taught them to like or respect oneself. I’ve personally heard nonwhites say that we should not have a self-esteem, which increases the likelihood of racism. Not only certain groups are after our monies but also, our spirits.

      • cherrie greenbaum123

        I said much the same today. My husband made mention of someone who had blue eyes, and I said, “I love blue eyes…. And blond hair.” It probably didn’t make too much of an impression, but little by little, bit by bit, I’m chipping away at the lack of white pride in my family.

        • IstvanIN

          Good for you. As my son-in-law’s father said a few weeks ago “you just say what the rest of us think”.

    • Magician

      Whenever I read a white American woman has been murdered by a non white man, the criminal is not relevant to her in any way ( Eve Carson )

      Whenever I read a white UK woman has been murdered or attacked with acid by a non white man, the criminal is her own boyfriend or husband ( Katie Piper, and the ones I just mentioned in this post )

    • See The Future

      Fathers, brothers…………….why are you failing your mothers and sisters?

      • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

        Men have become wussies these days. Sad, but true.

      • Sick of it

        Those who do not may find themselves in prison (or at least out of a job). That’s how the system works. Thus we should remove ourselves from the system.

    • meanqueen

      Sorry, they may look beautiful to you, but to me they are just white trash.

      • Magician

        Well you are a female

        Males and females look at things differently

        Many men that women find attractive look nothing short of dorks to us

        • meanqueen

          Haha! Okay, fair enough.

        • RationaliseThis

          One of my wife’s girlfriends who is an Amazonian goddess about 5’9″ with an incredible hip, waiste, bust dated a overweight, black, quasi dwarf about 5’4″ for a few months. Nothing attractive about him: no charisma, no wealth, no musclature, no talent in music, dance or a profession. This was in Australia in the 1980s when one could go years in the street without seeing an African! My wife thought she was nuts.

          She was always in a bit of need of attention: Wanted to be pseudo intellectual and up with the latest politically correct trends or music groupie trends. It was showing off. It didn’t last and am pleased to say she has had only one all White daughter who has non of her instability. She works a government job, something to do with culture. Easy hours, no responsibility, lots of pc.

          We can overlook that women need to show of themselves beyond just looks or clothing fashion and trends.

          The black boyfrind is a bit of a policially correct fashion statement. You’ll find radical feminism is disseminated through fashion magazines as much as university professors right next to celebrity gossip, fashion, makeup, parenting advice. The female tendency to communicate, build social networks and form agreement makes some of them vulnerble to influence through this route. They really aren’t thinking ahead about it.

      • See The Future

        If they are engaged in any relationship with the black they deserve their fate.

  • Tony Murphy

    Google irish savant blog to see who arranged for all those nasty Muslims to flood into France.

    • Sick of it

      The Sassoon family links to the international drug trade should open a few eyes.

  • See The Future

    There are 750 no go zones in France where Sharia is the law and police are afraid to go.

    Hollande, why are you not sending in the military?

  • NW

    This facebook post sums up why anti-Islam sentiment in Europe does NOT mean an awakening of racial consciousness.
    Liberal atheists such as Bill Maher and his followers are using this Islamic attack to reaffirm their beliefs.

    • IstvanIN

      WE are our own worst enemies.

      • NW

        Can you see the picture? It doesn’t seem to have uploaded (or been approved).

        Basically it’s of a white liberal on facebook giving his reasons why he opposes Islam.

        • IstvanIN

          not there.

  • NW

    upload

  • [Guest]

    Matthew Continetti puts it this way:

    To dissent from the politically correct and conventional and fashionable is to invite rebuke, disdain, expulsion from polite society, to court the label of Islamophobe or denier or bigot or cisnormative or misogynist or racist or carrier of privilege and irredeemable micro-aggressor. For the right to offend to have any meaning, however, it cannot be limited to theistic religions. You must have the right to offend secular humanists, too.

  • Transpower

    Free speech includes the freedom to critique any religion. However, incitement to violence against an individual or group is not free speech. Islam is a criminal religion because it does not accept the Golden Rule or the principle of the non-initiation of force, theft, and violence. The Imams are constantly preaching death and destruction of “infidels”–this is incitement to violence. Publishing of cartoons which critique Islam are not, however, an incitement to violence.

  • David Ashton

    Excellent analysis that should be circulated in France.

  • Horace Gunn

    One might point out to one of these virtuous citizens that unless drastic and sweeping measures to bring about total, geographical racial separation are taken — measures which are sure to cause hardship to a great many non-Whites who have never deliberately harmed us — then the White race will continue to suffer the contamination of its gene pool which is the inevitable consequence of racial integration. One might point out that if this contamination continues, it will eventually destroy the White race, as it has destroyed segments of our race in various parts of the world throughout history, from India to South America, and one might also ask what is “fair” about that.

  • C. Magnus

    I’m getting a bit confused as to which western countries have the greatest freedom of speech. Up to now in my mind it’s been the US being the best in that regard, Europe (mainly Britain, Sweden, France, Germany) the worst, with Canada and Australia in the middle (I’m no expert on this). Then, since this Charlie Hebdo thing, I was watching PBS and David Brooks said we could never have Charlie Hebdo here, it’d get shut down, etc. And I saw in ‘The Australian’ newspaper, I can’t recall where, an opinion piece saying kind of the same thing, (I acknowledge we have section 18C here and things are more restrictive than in the US). So now it’s being portrayed as though France has more free speech due to Charlie Hebdo than the US and Australia. Odd. I’m aware they’re very touchy about the Holocaust, but other than that France is generally worse than other western countries on free speech – or is it? Maybe it’s not the total ‘level’ of freedom of speech, its more the way its directed, hopefully someone can clarify.

    • Carney3

      I’m guessing that Brooks meant that a Hebdo here would be shut down by public opinion, withdrawal of advertisers, insufficient subscriptions or donations to fund its operations, demonstrations, etc. But not by the power of the state.

      Whereas in France, with its long anti clerical tradition, there is more tolerance for harshly and even obscenely anti-Christian and anti-religious “humor”.

      Then again, we do have South Park…

      • C. Magnus

        I see, that’s very interesting because it highlights the fact that no matter what the laws may explicitly say, its really culture that determines the outcome in many respects.

  • C. Magnus

    My cousin did a degree in psychology within the last few years and in it he apparently learned that there are no race differences in intelligence, and that it was ‘science’ so that’s that. Needless to say this led to some contention between him and I. So it’s not just liberal media and news outlets that push this, it’s universities as well. To him, questioning climate change is enough to consign someone to being a reactionary but he probably just got that from internet sites.

  • Sick of it

    Not until the 1930s and 40s.

  • Sick of it

    “and the latter actually can be brought around to learning the science
    they apparently slept through in school, or never got, or didn’t care,
    or whatever.”

    You’re overestimating the quality of “science” taught in schools today. Including universities, unless one is in a proper anthropology or biology track.

  • Sick of it

    It be wonderful if you created a youtube video including both cartoons, complete with appropriately enunciated French dialogue. I was picturing such in my head while reading these cartoons. Good work btw.

    • Glaivester

      I don’t do videos. If you know someone who would like to do this, though, please send him the cartoons. I’m not possessive. Anyone who wants to do anything with these images is allowed to do so.

  • Alec Ryan

    “Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.”
    Galatians 6:7

  • Sick of it

    “I have had New Age type people firmly insist that if you just believe something strongly enough, no matter how it goes against the laws of material reality, you can “manifest” it. That reason and experience don’t matter, only dreams do.”

    What you are describing is the sort of philosophy found in ancient works such as the I Ching and in modern notions of self actualization promulgated by secular humanists.

    “IOW I am suspecting that what we’re up against here isn’t malevolent, isn’t deliberately mean…but just very childish/childlike (though no less feral and potentially horrible for all that–a la Lord of the Flies).”

    Some of the adherents fit perfectly well into such a mold. The leaders, activists, and philosophers of the left do not. Malevolent creatures who preach about the need to reduce the world population by at least 90% are not misunderstood, vaguely childlike beings. In the past, we would have called them demons or those who are possessed and, when you look at some of their philosophical underpinnings as well as certain organizations they support, such a notion seems quite rational. Theosophy is about summoning creatures from another plane.

  • ~*~

    It’s part of a Satanic NWO Plot to infiltrate all parties and all religions. Anti-Christians and atheists are easiest to manipulate and brainwash into furthuring this agenda. They tend to veer left and they aim to offend and stir up strife between all races, nationalities, religions. Its all in black and white. For this Muslim vs Zionist battle Look up “Albert Pike three world wars”. Also goals of the Illuminati and Goals of communism. The are the same. Communism is a mainstream adaptation of Illuminati goals & a stated slave management system. Good luck!

  • Jim

    We whites are reaping what our ancestors sewed. They made boatloads of money by importing black slaves to America and the caribbean to grow sugar cane, cotton and tobacco. Great-great-great granddad got rich and built a plantation house in Savannah or Kingston. The US and European colonial powers are now stuck with the bill.

    France colonized Algeria and Morocco. Later they allowed muslims from these countries to come to France and do the dirty work cheaply that Frenchmen were too good to do. Three generations later they are stuck with alienated muslims who cause trouble and do not identify with Charlemagne, Joan of Arc, or Napoleon. The same with Brits and Jamaica, Pakistan and Nigeria.

    When I was in the US Army in West Germany in the early 1970s they had imported many Turks to do their dirty work. Now those Turks collect social benefits courtesy of German taxpayers but don’t identify with Schiller, Bismarck or Martin Luther. Looking at birthrates, its going to get worse before it gets better.

    I think Pope Francis is correct. Don’t insult other people’s religion, especially when those people feel downtrodden and alienated and can easily shoot or bomb you.