Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Marine LePen Slams French Establishment on Islamic Street Prayers

Via Billy


French presidential candidate, Marine LePen, has weighed-in on the controversial Islamic street prayers taking place in the Paris suburb of Clichy, criticizing her main rivals and their previous administrations’ ‘’laxity’’ for not tackling ‘’communitarianism’’ and the conditions under which such gatherings are taking place.

Whilst stating her respect for all religions and faiths, LePen made it clear that under her leadership the French Republic’s rules on secularism would be rigorously enforced, as she called the daily gatherings just outside of Paris more political and ideological than religious.

‘’There is no reason whatsoever justifying that we tolerate these proselytizing expressions in the public place’’, she declared – referring to the scenes at Clichy where Islamic prayers are said in contravention of French law – affirming that the street is a public space and that the by-products of such demonstrations would include radicalization.

8 comments:

  1. Target rich environment right there. Don't they like to use vehicles to drive thru crowds? Turnabout is fair play. Are there any men left in france?
    Red in OleVirginny

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    1. Target rich environment right there.

      You got it.

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  2. ‘’There is no reason whatsoever justifying that we tolerate these proselytizing expressions in the public place’’ - another truth plainly spoken.

    I hope she wins, because France might have a chance to weather the scourge of jihad by immigration if her views are enacted and enforced!

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    1. She's not right-wing enough, but she'd certainly help slow the change.

      The word of the day should be: Deport!

      No one can take in so many immigrants. They just have to be deported somewhere.

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    2. No one can take in so many immigrants. They just have to be deported somewhere.

      Absolutely.

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  3. ‘’There is no reason whatsoever justifying that we tolerate these proselytizing expressions in the public place’’

    Yep. Actually an 'in yo' face' move on their part to the 'dhimmis.'

    Lived for 4 years in the UAE and they never did this in their own streets. Truck drivers, etc. would pull off to the shoulder at prayer times, put out their prayer rug, take care of business, and drive on.

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    1. Lived for 4 years in the UAE and they never did this in their own streets. Truck drivers, etc. would pull off to the shoulder at prayer times, put out their prayer rug, take care of business, and drive on.

      Thanks for the knowledge.

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