Tuesday, 5 May 2015

Searches are underway in the town hall of Béziers, in the context of a preliminary inquiry begun on 5 May after revelations about the existence, acknowledged by Robert Ménard, the mayor of the town, of a file listing the children who are supposedly Muslim within the municipality. 
The mayor, close to the Front national, made this statement during a debate on the programme "Mots croisés", on France 2, on the disputes within the Front National. 
..."These are the figures of my town council. Forgive me for saying that the mayor has the names, class by class, of the children. I know I don't have the right, but we do it...The forenames reveal their religion. It's obvious." 
...After Manuel Valls, the prime minister, denounced in the assembly "the reality of the far right", President François Hollande, travelling in Saudi Arabia, said "recording the details of pupils is contrary to all the values of the Republic". 
...In France, ethnic statistics are banned by the law of 6 January 1978, even if CNIL can grant exceptions.
Source: Le Monde

In the programme, he revealed that 64.6% of the pupils were Muslim. This has provoked furore among the ruling class of France since they don't want their people to know how quickly they are being replaced.

But it's also a troubling sign of the future. It shows that the reaction of European indigenes may come too late. Yes, at the last election, the people of Béziers voted for a "far-right" mayor. But by then the Muslims had already established their demographic conquest, with 64.6% of the children. Now all they need to do is wait for the children to grow up and the town is theirs. The only thing that could solve the problem now is a policy of expelling or driving them out.


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