Friday, October 27, 2006

French Have A Muslim Problem

Couldn't happen to a nicer group of folks. Muslims are killing their cops on an almost daily basis. The media may be silent, but the government officials are starting to speak up.

"We are in a state of civil war, orchestrated by radical Islamists," said Michel
Thoomis, secretary general of the Action Police trade union. "This is not a
question of urban violence any more. It is an intifada, with stones and
firebombs."


Read the whole thing here. They have big problems over there. Maybe the left in America should take a look.

France's huge Muslim minority community has come under the influence of agents
often influenced and financed by Al Qaida. These agents have recruited Muslim
youngsters for urban warfare in which police and government representatives are
injured daily.


This is going to get ugly. A confrontation is coming. Iraq's importance is growing. Britain and Holland are watching France. Something is going to have to make freedom loving people step to the plate. This may be it. We may not like the French much, but they look like us. Most Americans will be able to relate to them.

Just an observation.

3 Comments:

At 7:56 AM, Blogger Sir Loin of Beef said...

This sure makes me wonder how we are going to solve the problem. If things are as bad over there as you say... I'll have to read more on the French situation.

I have no answers, honestly. I'm not sure anyone does...

 
At 6:24 PM, Blogger Neo Conservative said...

Of course, France does have a longstanding and shameful history of raising the white flag to anyone who appears to be a threat. I can't think of anywhere else in the world, where you could have 300 cars torched by angry Muslim mobs in one night and still try to pass it off as a public nuisance.

 
At 7:28 PM, Blogger Sir Loin of Beef said...

Well, there is another way of looking at this. Perhaps France didn't enter the war effort precisely because of its problems with its Muslim community. There is more to it than your simplistic and generalized assessment.

 

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