Friday, 21 March 2014

The Minister of the Interior Manuel Valls called on Wednesday to "be lucid", to "reflect" and to "resist" in the face of antisemitism, during a meeting organised in Paris two years after the murders in Toulouse. 
To prevent another such drama occurring, it was necessary to demonstrate "great lucidity", declared the minister in front of hundreds of people brought together following a call from the Conseil représentatif des institutions juives de France (Crif) [Representative Council of the Jewish Institutions of France] on the esplanade of the Trocadéro. 
"Antisemitic acts have been growing for several years" and they come from "part of the French far right", but "antisemitism is also nourished by anti-Zionism", he said. "It is nourished in our "quartiers populaires"[tn: working-class districts, here essentially a code for Muslim ghettoes] based on ambiguities about the state of Israel," added the minister, saying: "We must resist, resist, resist in the face of this antisemitism". 
...Manuel Valls also paid a vibrant homage to the Jewish community of France, "in the avant-garde of the Republic and its values," saying, "Jews of France, without you, France is no longer France!"

Note that it's considered acceptable to say that Jews are at the forefront in pushing "values" [essentially code for the multicult/human rights concepts that lie behind the European Genocide] as long as you praise them for this. If you make exactly the same factual claim, but view it negatively, you're an antisemite and must be ostracised and criminalised.

Valls, incidentally, is married to a Jewess.


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