Monday, January 27, 2014

France surrenders to Islam, will re-make history to accommodate their new masters

I wish I was making the headline up, but sadly this is what is currently under serious consideration by the French government and their Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault.  If even half of the recommendations are implemented, the country we know as France will cease to exist, and in its place we will get what Islam wants most; a new Islamic country in the heart of Western Europe.  

Those who refuse to understand that Islamic doctrine requires the subjugation and conversion of non-believers will not see this plan as anything but the new way to peace and understanding among nations. The reality will escape them until it is too late and they too will fall victim to Islamic hegemony. 

France is gone, long live France.

The language is slightly off-kilter as the translation program I use is built in to my computer.  You can go to the link and try your own translator if the below article is too confusing.

From Welt January 27 by Sascha Lehnartz

Veil in school holidays for foreigners
In school wear veils in the future should not be a problem anymore.France should profess his "oriental-Arab heritage." And for the purpose of promoting integration are prominent streets and squares are named after celebrities with a migration background. Integration does not mean more integration, since the concept WOULD hardly conducive to integration in the future. Instead, to "effort covering and solidarity we" create a.

This hopeful scenario did not come up with two multicultural paradise prophets in a very vigorous bubbling water pipe, it comes from an official report on immigration and integration for the French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault. On the basis of this report Ayrault will be advised in early January about a major reorientation of the French integration policy.

"We want to change the way how integration is being addressed," reads from the Palais Matignon, the seat of Prime Minister. "We are geared towards a policy based heavily on equality and the fight against discrimination."

This realignment is likely to lead to heated debates and the upcoming European and characterize local election campaign next year. Marine Le Pen and the National Front should be sure that you served them their favorite subject in such a palatable somewhat grateful. The conservative "Figaro" speaks worried about a "shock report".

"Effort covering and solidarity We (feeling)"

Ayrault had announced in his policy statement in July 2012 that he had "an ambition to change the access to integration issues in France fundamentally". Since last summer, five working groups were busy, to make themselves at different aspects of integration policy thoughts.

The result was the central recommendation to the policy, to a "effort covering and solidarity We (feeling)" targeting.These policies also have to formulate a "social project", the liberty of France, the "gain" to recognize the "cultural diversity" mean.

These do not need it less than a "paradigm shift" in the integration policy that has so far been mainly focused on immigrants to move to the rapid acquisition of the French model of civilization.

Reinvention of French identity

Now this policy will aim primarily on reducing inequalities and discrimination. The general aim was "to live equally together," the. "Production possibilities" and the creation of a new community In other words, no less than the reinvention of French identity.

To this end, the curriculum of primary schools already to be reformed massively: The reformers beat "discussion workshops in all grade levels on topics such as otherness, identity, gender and religion" before. The plan is also a "complete re-evaluation of the history of France." For the history curricula were vital "to do justice to the diversity of society and identification with the inclusive we" facilitate, it says in the report that the "Figaro" quoted extensively.

We as a culture are doomed if we are willing to change our own history to accommodate another culture.

To raise awareness of the culturally diverse roots of today's French society in time, sees the reform project before to speak in the teaching of history in the future of "the migration of populations," and paying particular attention to the "slavery and the slave trade" as well as the history of Roma.

Too many dead, white, heterosexual men

The good old Panthéon and his problematic excess dead "white, heterosexual men" would you oppose a "new Panthéon". In this hall of honor is preferable to historical figures may reside, which "embody the great movements, the epochs and the varied dynamics of society."

The predominance of the French language will be so far reduced as to be used for the "recognition of all languages ​​in the same way." That's a pretty radical innovation in a country where one until today like any newcomers can feel immediately that he has mastered the French language only inadequate. In the future you want to promote Arabic lessons on grammar schools and offer African languages.

The most controversial point of the reform program is the veil issue.The reform provides for the "abolition of discriminatory laws and school rules" before, especially those that "relate to the veil." The ban follows the Reform Commission's view, a "discriminatory logic," the bar a "discriminatory practice" in many public sectors as well as in the private sector feed.

The new multicultural team spirit will be strengthened by the introduction of at least one Memorial Day, which honors the "contributions of all immigration to the French society." In addition to "new streets and squares" are named in a way that resounds in the history of immigration. What is desired is a "museum of colonization".This could be accommodated at the Hôtel de la Marine on Place de la Concorde, where the decree on the abolition of slavery was signed in 1848.

Language Police regulations

Is also recommended, to cease using the naming of "nationality, origin, ethical race, color, religion or culture," if the citation is not persuasive.Violations of these rules police said was an "administrative penalty" to consider. The "racial harassment" should also be introduced as a criminal offense.

The reformers are aiming for "a new form of universality for the benefit of all." They will be achieved through government subsidies, that the coherence of government action to combat discrimination monitors an instance to promote "positive social change", an investment fund and a located somewhere to the Prime Minister Office.

Hello George Orwell.

Now, not all proposals will be implemented from the desire of the catalog Reform Commission, while still meeting the thrust of the target, the Premier Ayrault had given the five working groups of the Commission of Experts on the way. France had the "Arab-Oriental dimension of his identity recognize" the experts recommend. As this public recognition is to be reconciled with the proposal to waive the citation ethnic origin as possible, the reformers lead time being not enough.

But in further discussions with the Prime Minister in January is certainly still time integration promote existing contradictions still leveling. Please note, however, is that the term "integration" in the radical reorganization of the concept of integration is no longer to be used as possible.

"The French people will be uprooted"

Not convinced by this identity change Elan is the former director of the used under Nicolas Sarkozy High Council for Integration, Malika Sorel-Sutter: "For me, the goal here is to uproot the French people," she believes. Ms. Sorel-Sutter fears a "mass education" and a "real thought police".


The chairman of the conservative opposition party, the UMP, Jean-Francois Cope, goes a step further and called the report "dangerous to our republic." France should "its values, its language, its history and its identity not give up in order to adapt to the cultures of others."

Instead, "immigrants take the French culture" should. The report is nothing more than a "sad strategy of the left to wag red cloths to strengthen and weaken the UMP the National Front". Ex-Prime Minister François Fillon warned, these measures would split the French and further promote extremism.

"Schwere provocation" or "more Republic"?

Marine Le Pen, meanwhile, spoke of a "serious provocation" with the "republican model" will favor "of a split communitarian society" abandoned. Given the applied comments, trying to appease the Left."Just because I get reports, this does not necessarily include the government's position," said Ayrault defended.

Think Balkanization.

It was merely several months old considerations, assured the leader of the Socialists in Parliament, Bruno Le Roux. The press have picked up in this sensationalist manner. These remote from the intended target, the "Republic more" hot.

The proposal for a re-introduction of the veil in schools about was "a dead end," said Le Roux. Also Ayrault assured that the government would "certainly not" allow the wearing of religious symbols in schools again. Opposition leader Cope he scolded "irresponsible" and called him a "liar". Many a Responsible now seems to want on the subject the veil of silence wide.

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