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Tuesday, October 4, 2022

France under Islam

By: Gregor Preac

A Slovenian woman who has lived in Paris for 50 years tells me that it is too late. Too late!!! That Islam had beheaded France a long time ago. That the beheading of French teacher Samuel Paty on October 16th, 2020 was only a symbolic confirmation of French, European, Western reality and the future. And that even the law, which does not mention a word of Islam or Islamism because it is officially directed against all extremism, came half a century too late. The law, which has 70 articles, is called the law for strengthening republican principles or the anti-separatism law or Paty’s law.

The Slovenian describes to me how low the safety of Paris and French cities is, the safety of the subway, the safety of women. Her quarter has been occupied by Muslims, and on Friday the streets are full of male believers appropriating sidewalks and road on their prayer rugs so that there is no more passage.

She adds that ghettos, Islam, Islamic radicalism, Islamic mafia groups (Moroccans, Algerians, Chechens), which control the trade in narcotics and weapons, prostitution and prison with violence, have already strongly subordinated the police, local politics, and officials with bribery and fear. “Islam is an octopus which tentacles are occasionally cut off, but then these grow even longer and more numerous!”

And so Allah is even greater, they believe according to Charlie Hebdo, Nico, Bataclan, attacks on churches, priests, synagogues. Few in France believe that Notre-Dame burned down by accident. Few believe that Islam can secularise, integrate with its halal, burqa, niqāb, female circumcision, gender separation, violent Quran, terrorism, jihadism! Not even the famous French writer Michel Houellebecq!

He perfectly describes the projection of France’s subordination to Islam in the book Soumission or Subordination, published in 2015 (a Slovenian translation a year later). Clearly, Houllebecq is the target of attacks by the French left, NGOs, Muslim associations, Catholics who would turn the other cheek, and even some Jewish philanthropic organisations that have unfortunately learned nothing from the Holocaust. They also biliously attacked Paty’s law as inhuman, racist, Islamophobic.

Le Pen, who announced her candidacy for the 2022 presidential election, considers him a pre-election farce, cosmetics, just like many security experts. After all, she does not touch on the ideology of Islam, the Quran, and the violence in them, nor on the ghettos and parallel societies there. Muslims do not even report terrorists to the authorities. The law could further radicalise young angry, rebellious Muslims in failed, unintegrated, uncontrolled ghettos, thus further strengthening the underworld. Bungling always radicalises and polarises every society!

Among other things, Paty’s law stipulates: If a husband does not allow a wife or a daughter to be examined by a male doctor, or it is an arranged and forced marriage or polygamy, the fine is €15,000. If a person submits information about a civil servant on social media, the fine is €45,000 and a prison sentence of up to three years, this is the same as for hate speech. Intimidation of civil servants is punishable by €75,000 and imprisonment for 5 years. Pools or sports facilities separated by gender are no longer allowed. Any aid to a religious or other organisation from abroad over €10,000 must be reported to the authorities. People associated with terrorism are prohibited from any religious activity for a period of 10 years. The law extends from the ban on wearing religious symbols, such as the burqa and niqāb, in government institutions and public spaces also to private companies.

In France, which has a population of 67 million, there are around 6 million Muslims. An additional million illegals, undocumented, unregistered residents without all documents are not even included in the statistics. There are about 2,500 mosques in France. According to the projection, the Muslim population will increase from today’s tenth of the population to 15 million or one fifth of all with similar trends in birth rates and immigration by the year 2050 (undocumented population is also included). And Slovenia? About that in a week, if they do not cut off my head sooner! I would miss it, Slovenia and my head, as I miss the good old safe France without an army and prayers in the streets!

Gregor Preac is a writer, poet, journalist, photographer and world traveler.


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