Thursday, 10 December 2015

The "white French called "de souche" [of stock, or indigenous] do not constitute a "group of persons" in the sense of French law, confirmed the court of appeal in Paris, in a case in which an association confronted a rapper and a sociologist. 
The Alliance générale contre le racisme et pour le respect de l'identité française et chrétienne (Agrif) [General Alliance for the respect of French and Christian Identity] had filed suit against a rapper and a sociologist who have jointly published a book and a CD in 2010 both called "Nique la France" [Fuck France], for racial insult and incitement to hatred. 
The Correctional Tribunal in Paris had acquitted the two accused on 19 March 2015, but the association appealed, an appeal that related only to the civil provisions of the judgement. 
The Correctional Tribunal considered that the idea of Français de souche [indigenous French] "does not correspond to any legal, historical, biological or sociological reality," that "whiteness or the white race" is not "in anyway way a legal component of the quality of French people" and that "white French people called 'de souche' do not constitute a 'group of persons' in the sense of the law of 1881 on the freedom of the press.
In France, the Jews agitated for legal provisions that would allow them to bring lawsuits based on the concept of group defamation. This is now the main source of the hate speech tyranny that prevents the islamisation of the country from being honestly discussed. But it seems these laws apply only to the privileged ones, not to Europeans.

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  1. In 2010, Eric Besson said: «la France n’est ni un peuple, ni une langue, ni un territoire, ni une religion, c’est un conglomérat de peuples qui veulent vivre ensemble. Il n’y a pas de Français de souche, il n’y a qu’une France de métissage.»

    ‘France is neither a people, nor a language, nor a territory, nor a religion, it’s a conglomerate of peoples who want to live together. There are no indigenous French, there is only a France made out of miscegenation.’

    At the time, he was the French minister for immigration and national identity.

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  2. A timely post by Kevin MacDonald at The Occidental Observer:

    Once again, Donald Trump is ahead of the curve and taking all the oxygen out of the room for the other Republican candidates. His statement “calling for a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country’s representatives can figure out what is going on” is completely at odds with the West’s commitment to multiculturalism and diversity, the “we’re all the same” mantra, and the ideology that the nations of the West are proposition nations committed only to abstract ideas like “freedom” and “democracy” with no ethnic or religious connotations

    http://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2015/12/trumps-statement-on-muslim-exclusion/

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