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Delayed reaction. France tightens anti-Islamist measures

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Macron reaction



After the October terrorist attacks in France and abroad, most of the public demanded radical steps from the authorities. The ferocity of the fanatical thugs angered even the most liberal commentators. In particular, French citizen Vladimir Pozner called on Paris to take extremely unpopular measures:

“As a French citizen, I would consider it necessary to immediately respond to what happened in this way: to collect five thousand emigrants, who are already, by the way, French citizens, those on whom there is a police dossier, and such dossiers, of course, are abundant and these people are simply taken and sent back to Algeria. "


However, from the very beginning it was clear that the government would not dare to take such tough measures - the surrounding EU countries would be categorically opposed. And in the forefront of such critics will be Germany, which, incidentally, also suffers a lot from religious fundamentalism.

Delayed reaction. France tightens anti-Islamist measures
Source: Vladimir Lyashkovsky, Wikimedia Commons

Despite such a controversial concern for human rights, the president of the republic, Emmanuel Macron, had to react somehow, otherwise the civil society would not appreciate inaction. After a long agreement on December 8, a draft law “On strengthening republican principles” appeared, which should be finally approved in parliament only at the beginning of next year.

That is, at least two months will pass from the moment of the bloody terrorist acts to the reaction of the authorities. By the way, the Council of Ministers of France adopted this bill very quickly - within one day. For a republic, accustomed to being a true example of observance of liberal values ​​for the rest of the world, many provisions of the future law seem draconian.

French Muslims


Before we figure out what methods Parisian lawmakers will use to combat the radicalization of Islam, let us clarify the importance of Muslims in French society.

Oddly enough, but Islam in France is a relatively new phenomenon. The first mosque in the country appeared only in 1926. But in the 1950s – 1970s, the French economy required an influx of new, cheap labor, which - in an ever increasing flow - began to arrive from the former French colonies, in particular from Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco. Most of these migrant workers settled in France and received citizenship.

The growth in the number of Muslims is also facilitated by the mechanism of family reunification, which is still working on a permanent basis, despite the more stringent measures being taken. As a result, now the country is home to from 5 to 8 million people professing Islam. Such a spread in numbers is explained by liberal French legislation, which prohibits specifying nationality and religious affiliation during the census. However, no other EU country has such a large proportion of Muslims.

There are at least 2,2 mosques officially operating in France. And also several hundred underground, who are precisely at the forefront of the radicalization of Muslims. It is noteworthy that the French learned about the presence of the latter only after November 13, 2015, when 130 people died in a large-scale terrorist attack.

Another five years had to pass before the government tightened legislative control over religious fanatics.

Unity in diversity


The terror of Islamic fundamentalists touched the French for the first time in 1974. Then Palestinian militants hijacked an Air France plane flying from Tel Aviv to Paris. After that, the activity of terrorists subsided somewhat, so that from the beginning of the 90s a number of terrorist attacks were noted. The Algerian "Armed Islamic Group" retaliated against France for supporting the anti-Islamic coup at home in 1991. In 1995, they organized a series of bombings in the Parisian metro.


Photo: Sanjeev Gupta / EPA

Until that time, the French were quite calm about Muslims on their territory. The fact is that the state left religious issues for self-regulation, without interfering in the affairs of Muslim communities. The principle of "unity in diversity", unshakable for the republic, was preserved. And all hope was in the melting pot of "multiculturalism".

But it didn't work out. And the first time the state intervened in the affairs of Muslims (albeit timidly) was in the early 90s, when the Council was formed to discuss the issue of Islam in France. Later, the notorious pact appeared, regulating relations between the state and Muslim organizations. It was approved at various levels until 2000.

The delays were associated with the clause on the freedom of choice of religion by a Muslim. Which is one of the most terrible sins in Islam - itridad. By the way, in the case of special stubbornness of an apostate or apostate, he is punished with death. Under the pressure of Muslim organizations, the clause on the possibility of changing the faith was excluded and signed by all parties.

This fact later became the reason for accusing the French government of promoting "the possibility of an Islamic interpretation of French criminal law." In fact, Paris turned a blind eye to the potential for the death penalty in France for apostasy in Islam. Was this perceived by fundamental Islamists as a sign of weakness? Unknown.

One of the first tough moves against Muslims was the ban on wearing the hijab in public. It happened in 2010 and caused outrage among the "new French" who profess Islam. Even the European Court of Human Rights tried to challenge the ban unsuccessfully.

And then a series of terrorist attacks began. In 2012 in Toulouse and Montauban. In 2014, a series of attacks on the French military. And finally, in 2015, the attack on the editorial office of Charlie Hebdo and the mentioned massacre of November 13. Polls conducted five years ago showed that up to 15% of Muslims in France considered the cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad a very serious reason to justify the terrorist attack on the newspaper's editorial office. And in 2016, 30% of adherents of Islam considered Sharia law more significant than the secular laws of France.

As a result, the government faced a difficult choice - either to tighten the screws, seriously limiting the freedoms of Muslims, or to remain adherents of "universal human values", to which the republic has been moving for several centuries.

Stigmatizing Islam


According to the developers, the draft law "On strengthening the republican principles" is in no way directed against Islam. French Prime Minister Jean Castex, after approving the initiative by the Cabinet of Ministers at a press conference, explained:

“At today's meeting, we approved a bill strengthening the principles of our republic. This bill is not directed against religions, against Muslims in particular. On the contrary, it is a law about freedom, about emancipation in the face of religious fundamentalism. With this important text, we want to give you a means of protection against ideological and political associations that attack our values, sovereignty and sometimes lead to criminal offenses. "


However, the main provisions of the law clearly show the desire to take control of the process of radicalization of Muslims. The liberal part of French society has already called the legislative initiative a stigmatization of Islam. Abroad also did not leave the project without comment. In Ankara, Emmanuel Macron's law was called "an outright provocation against Islam," and researchers at the Al-Azhar University of Cairo described the French president's views as "racist."

The French government plans to fight illegal schools, whose "curricula" are built around the principles of radical Islam. Homeschooling is now only possible for medical reasons. Previously, it was possible to pick up a child from school and teach at home. What values ​​were instilled in children in religious communities, no one has ever regulated. Macron's initiative will help protect the fragile psyche of children from religious fanaticism.

If the law is passed, every official will have to swear an oath of religious neutrality. This, by the way, will completely close the path to power for representatives of the traditional Muslim communities in France - an unprecedented violation of freedom of religion and elementary democratic values.

Medical clinics will now be banned from issuing certificates of virginity. Punishment for polygamy and coercion into marriage up to deportation is envisaged. When suspicious marriages are concluded, officials will be especially biased to find out whether he is willingly married or the bride is against. Much of what the French have observed in localized Muslim communities for decades is now outlawed.

The French will try to limit the influence of foreign imams on the minds and hearts of mosque parishioners, that is, they will simply not extend their residence permit. Now a considerable part of the Muslim clergy are visitors from Morocco, Turkey and Algeria. Macron dreams of raising in his country a generation of imams who would be alien to the principles of fundamentalism.

Before the drafting of the law “On strengthening the republican principles,” Muslim associations were virtually inviolable - only serious criminal offenses could cause closure. Now the authorities will have the opportunity to close the association for "provoking violent actions."

The developers of the bill did not forget about the financial side of the issue. Religious organizations were obliged to report on foreign transfers for more than 10 thousand euros. All public grantees must sign a deed of commitment to the secular values ​​of France. Couldn't prove commitment - return the money back.

This French law will certainly give a fresh look at the traditional motto

Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite (Liberty, Equality, Fraternity).

Democracy found itself on the brink of survival in the face of the threat of religious fundamentalism.

And she clearly lost the first battles.
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  1. Mavrikiy
    Mavrikiy 15 December 2020 11: 18
    +5
    After the October terrorist attacks in France and abroad, most of the public demanded radical steps from the authorities.
    But they are children, just with knives and on trucks. They need to be appreciated and loved. repeat
    In particular, French citizen Vladimir Pozner called on Paris to take extremely unpopular measures:
    “As a French citizen, I would consider it necessary to immediately respond to what happened in this way: to collect five thousand emigrants, who are already, by the way, French citizens, those on whom there is a police dossier, and such dossiers, of course, are abundant and these people are simply taken and sent back to Algeria. "
    And Posner with them to Algeria. For the propaganda of religious intolerance. repeat
    1. pmkemcity
      pmkemcity 15 December 2020 11: 53
      +8
      Put everyone in the Gaswagen, and to their homeland, some to Israel, some to Algeria ... Vive la France!
      1. tihonmarine
        tihonmarine 15 December 2020 12: 11
        +5
        Quote: pmkemcity
        Put everyone in the Gaswagen, and to their homeland, some to Israel, some to Algeria ... Vive la France!

        Faster, the Arabs and Islamists will put the French on the plane and send anyone where, away from France.
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        2. Ilya22558
          Ilya22558 16 December 2020 10: 24
          +3
          What will they do next? Who will work and earn money to pay benefits to these hicks?
          Alas, but they do not want to work and assimilate, they are trying to turn a normal country into the same cesspool where they came from. What's next? How will the locusts that devoured the field fly on?
          1. tihonmarine
            tihonmarine 16 December 2020 12: 18
            +1
            Quote: Ilya22558
            Alas, but they do not want to work and assimilate, they are trying to turn a normal country into the same cesspool where they came from.

            If you take Africa of Negro descent, they will not work. But the Arab population, with whom I had to work for a long time, can and does work, and not even worse than the Europeans. But they cannot work the way they do in Europe, they have different principles and attitudes towards work.
            This is what the Europeans cannot understand.
            You don't even need to talk about assimilation. Muslims can adapt to European conditions, but not assimilate to Europe, there is a painfully big difference in religion, education, mentality. In any place of their residence, they unite in religious, compatriot communities, but do not unite with the local population. Now I see this in the example of Arab migrants in the Baltics, where they are more drawn to the Russian-speaking population than to the local.
    2. Vladimir61
      Vladimir61 15 December 2020 12: 31
      +4
      Quote: Mavrikiy
      And Posner with them to Algeria.

      Yeah, having three passports, he will jump off at the right time - that's just crap where you live, NOT!
      1. Machito
        Machito 15 December 2020 12: 46
        +2
        Yeah, I remember how France supported Islamic radicals in the Caucasus. What now? France violates the rights of its Muslim citizens. Freedom for French mosques. The ax head to the French. You have to be consistent.
      2. tihonmarine
        tihonmarine 15 December 2020 17: 57
        +2
        Quote: Vladimir61
        Yeah, having three passports, he will jump off at the right time - that's just shit where you live

        For me, Posner is a very unpleasant type.
    3. janin
      janin 15 December 2020 12: 33
      11
      The German-language online edition PI-News (abbreviated from Politically Incorrect News; English "Politically Incorrect News") also calls numbers close to this.


      An article by the German-language online edition PI-News of December 17, 2017 reported about 7,19 million Muslims in Germany (8,7% of the population) and about manipulations with official statistics: “If in 2008 the BAMF spoke about 3,8-4,3 , 2015 million Muslims, then how at the end of 4,7 there could be no more than 7,19 million, if by that time about one million Muslim refugees had immigrated to Germany? - the author of the article asked a reasonable question. - The figure of 8,7 million does not seem too big. It corresponds to 2017% of the population. For comparison: in Austria, according to the official data of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of this country, in 8 the share of Muslims was XNUMX% of the population. "
      1. janin
        janin 15 December 2020 12: 38
        11
        in early 2016, the journal l'Obs ("New Observer") published the data of a voluminous scientific study conducted by a number of well-known organizations.

        By the way, the "progressive" magazine presented them as good news. The survey covered 9000 high school students across France, and its quality was guaranteed by the country's “national center for scientific research”. Schoolchildren were questioned about self-determination and received the following results:

        - 38.8% did not associate themselves with any religion. It is clear that this was received with enthusiasm in a liberal magazine - here it is, secularism in its purest form

        - 33.2% identified themselves as Christians

        - 25.5% identified themselves as Muslim

        - 1.6% - Jews.
        1. tihonmarine
          tihonmarine 15 December 2020 18: 03
          +3
          Quote: janin

          - 33.2% identified themselves as Christians
          - 25.5% identified themselves as Muslim

          Soon the name will be changed to French Islamic Jamakheria.
    4. Ross xnumx
      Ross xnumx 15 December 2020 13: 03
      19
      Quote: Mavrikiy
      For the propaganda of religious intolerance.

      Have you worried about religious intolerance? belay And you do not care about the question why people, living in their country and adhering to their religion for centuries, should follow the lead of migrants whom no one invited to the country? You never know what else they (or some other newcomer) will think of? Let them slaughter sheep at home ... For example, this religious fanaticism is incomprehensible to me, and if I show indifference to a confession alien to me, this does not mean that in the country where I live, someone should infringe on my rights, adhering to their own religious beliefs.
      Please, at home, behind the walls, you can walk completely naked or wrap yourself in fabric to the very top. I do not like? Scratch your country, where you have been instilled in just such a way of worship. And the persons who shake their rights, as well as various publications mocking at various things in an indecent way, must simply be liquidated, as a fact, at the legislative level.
      This is my vision of the process.
      It's time to relate to life with greater understanding than to believe in something that has no confirmation or understandable meaning. Forgive me, but I don't want to believe that a person is born into the world to live in slavery. Whoever claims this and whose words would not retell.
      Here, half a century later, they cannot say with accuracy (despite the official protocols, filming) “what the deceased said”, and some clerks with a suspicious biography and pedigree are in a hurry to tell not only “what Father Varlaam and Grishka the impostor talked about on the Lithuanian border”, and what words were spoken on Mount Calvary at the crucifixion, with such confidence and perseverance, as if it happened yesterday, and they were standing nearby.
      1. tihonmarine
        tihonmarine 15 December 2020 18: 27
        +2
        Quote: ROSS 42
        And you don't care about the question why people, living in their country and adhering to their religion for centuries, should follow the lead of migrants whom no one invited to the country?

        This issue should be worried about those who live in their own country. But in the same France, the same French, running around in "green vests" demand some kind of indulgence and privileges, the Islamists demand power. If, according to a school survey, 31% are Christians and 25% are Muslims, then this is no longer sad, but alarming. How many Christians go to cathedrals, and how many Muslims go to the mosque. Now they are children, and in 10 years they will be adults. In this situation, the Muslim population will come out on top. The Christian people without the support of the government will not be able to resist Islamic expansion, and the government panders to Muslims.
        They themselves were allowed into their country, and now they cannot do anything, although the French have the greatest experience in living together, and letting in migrants they knew what this would lead to.
  2. Kuz
    Kuz 15 December 2020 11: 20
    21
    Democracy is on the brink of survival in the face of the threat of religious fundamentalism

    In this case, it turns out that the regime of democracy is not viable. And most likely, there is no democracy (democracy) as such.
    1. NDR-791
      NDR-791 15 December 2020 12: 03
      +1
      in 2016, 30% of adherents of Islam considered Sharia law more relevant than secular French law.
      The French will digest it. No, we are the same science, so that such games are not tempted to play
      1. frog
        frog 16 December 2020 20: 34
        0
        No, we are the same science, so that such games are not tempted to play

        We've been playing for so long. And in general, the rake is our FSE. Again, who will carry out the decree on increasing the birth rate?
    2. Lionnvrsk
      Lionnvrsk 15 December 2020 12: 14
      +1
      Quote: Kuz
      In this case, it turns out that the regime of democracy is not viable. And most likely, there is no democracy (democracy) as such.

      Of course not, just playing at democracy and solving one's own problems under the slogans of supposedly universal human values, which in fact are mostly demagogy and idle talk. hi
    3. Ross xnumx
      Ross xnumx 15 December 2020 13: 10
      +4
      Quote: Kuz
      And most likely, there is no democracy (democracy) as such.

      You shouldn't be like that. France is one of the countries where statehood is at a high level ... BUT !!! stop
      Statehood is a form of external expression of the organization of the power will of people, aimed at the formation and maintenance of actual forms of cohabitation and activities, within certain territorial boundaries, population, and, finally, aimed at ensuring the sovereignty of its own people.

      Taken from the page: https://spravochnick.ru/politologiya/gosudarstvennost/
      Now think, what are the actions of people who break (or strive to break) these foundations?
      hi
  3. Igor Borisov_2
    Igor Borisov_2 15 December 2020 11: 20
    +6
    Oh, the French will finish badly with this multiculturalism ...
    1. Trapp1st
      Trapp1st 15 December 2020 11: 36
      10
      Oh, the French will finish badly with this multiculturalism ...
      Yes, some have completely lost their heads.
      1. Alexander Kopychev
        Alexander Kopychev 15 December 2020 12: 18
        +4
        Yes, some have completely lost their heads.

        Appreciated your black ... Sorry, Afro-humor.
        It's time to invoke the spirit of Dr. Joseph Guillotin for such attacks.
    2. The Siberian barber
      The Siberian barber 15 December 2020 11: 45
      +7
      Already played out))
      In the evening, on the Champs Elysees, the feeling that you are in Africa, from the number of blacks and Arabs.
    3. Blacksmith 55
      Blacksmith 55 15 December 2020 12: 10
      +4
      This is not only a problem for France, it is a problem for almost all of Western Europe.
      In Eastern Europe this is not the case, or almost none. All the former socialist countries of Europe, from the Baltic states to Bulgaria, practically refused to accept refugees.
      There are a lot of Muslims in Spain, mentioned France, Great Britain, Italy, Germany and the Benelux countries.
      All these states need to take action.
      France alone will not master this problem.
  4. Jünger
    Jünger 15 December 2020 11: 35
    +9
    Well done here, the French, you will not say anything. We took a firm grip on the Muslims. Now the "faithful" will scream, and we will rejoice.
    The main thing is that the francs are not given back.
  5. Keyser soze
    Keyser soze 15 December 2020 11: 41
    +4
    Europeans have never been distinguished by patience and peacefulness. For the last 30 years, a slight deviation. Another 10-20 will pass, new generations will grow up and look there, maybe neoliberalism will die. And then if your eyes are not blue, you will dig ditches in a concentration camp and that's it. And the mosques will be made equal to parking.
    1. Jünger
      Jünger 15 December 2020 11: 48
      +4
      Quote: Keyser Soze
      ... Another 10-20 will pass, new generations will grow up and look there, maybe neoliberalism will die

      If these generations are brought up as girls with an appropriate worldview, then they will have to dig the ditches themselves. Very soon.
    2. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 15 December 2020 12: 09
      +5
      Quote: Keyser Soze
      Another 10-20 will pass, new generations will grow up and look there, maybe neoliberalism will die.

      And Islam will not grow, but will grow at times.
    3. Alexander Kopychev
      Alexander Kopychev 15 December 2020 12: 30
      +5
      Europeans have never been distinguished by patience and peacefulness.

      I remembered a story from Germany - On the bus, a bunch of "emigrants", fingering beads, loudly discussing that they were already "millen", that Germany would heal a little more according to Sharia law ... Grandmother listened to "God's Dandelion", her stop, turned around and said that she still remembers the times when "millen" Jews lived in Germany ... Such a serious hint!
      1. Keyser soze
        Keyser soze 15 December 2020 14: 04
        +2
        The grandmother "God's Dandelion" was listening to all this, and, getting out at her bus stop, she turned around and said that she still remembers the times when "millen" Jews lived in Germany ...


        lol Actually, I also meant it ...
  6. Borz
    Borz 15 December 2020 12: 05
    0
    These are all flowers. Let's see who these newly-made "Frenchmen" will choose in the next presidential election, if they boycott Macron. There it will begin that it is just right to paraphrase Vive la France!
    at Orevoir le France!
  7. tihonmarine
    tihonmarine 15 December 2020 12: 07
    +2
    As a result, now the country is home to from 5 to 8 million people professing Islam. Such a spread in numbers is explained by liberal French legislation, which prohibits specifying nationality and religious affiliation during the census.

    And these are the lowest figures that have been reduced under pressure from the EU.
  8. Egoza
    Egoza 15 December 2020 12: 22
    +2
    They jumped about with their "repentance". But to be honest, there are no people who would like to work for a small fee, and indeed the population began to die out at an accelerated pace. We decided to help ourselves, but did not honestly declare: "We need workers. The conditions are like this, the payment is like this." And they began to cheat - "Repentance to the former colonies. Come." So they interrogated. Ale! Where is equality and brotherhood? And freedom has become just permissiveness. Now there is a lot of work to do on the mistakes, if they manage to do it.
  9. Mikhail3
    Mikhail3 15 December 2020 12: 24
    0
    If you do not act in this direction with determination, then it is better to do nothing at all. Macron will face a natural failure.
  10. nikvic46
    nikvic46 15 December 2020 12: 24
    -1
    Once Macron said a clever thing: “Capitalism is getting stupid ..” There can be no question of respect here. All the troubles in the economy are passed on by some to others. France has already acquired adversaries both domestically and abroad. I said about mutual respect, because in essence the teacher did the wrong thing too.
  11. pmkemcity
    pmkemcity 15 December 2020 12: 28
    +2
    Quote: tihonmarine
    Faster, the Arabs and Islamists will put the French on the plane and send anyone where, away from France.

    Emil Zola is crazy! Soon it will be like this:


    Hands remember!
    1. Jünger
      Jünger 15 December 2020 15: 01
      +1
      Nice soulful photos. Will it be like this with us?
      1. pmkemcity
        pmkemcity 15 December 2020 16: 42
        +1
        Quote: Junger
        Nice soulful photos. Will it be like this with us?

        We have something like this:
        1. Jünger
          Jünger 15 December 2020 16: 58
          +1
          Nowadays this is not relevant. White Frenchmen must be protected now.
          1. pmkemcity
            pmkemcity 15 December 2020 17: 04
            +1
            Quote: Junger
            White Frenchmen must be protected now.

            We will give them hats!
  12. Basarev
    Basarev 15 December 2020 12: 44
    -1
    In this case, it turns out that the regime of democracy is not viable.

    Democracy is not needed. Sometimes a dictatorship is better - it is not bad in itself, the abuse of dictatorial powers is bad. It's one thing when a dictator, not shackled by useless restrictions, lets all his (vast) opportunities go for the good of the people and the country. And it is completely different - when he breaks away from the people and plunges into the abyss of decadence, luxury and permissiveness. This is especially true for our country. Russia needs Visheit, not Mobutu Sese Seko.
  13. Humpty
    Humpty 15 December 2020 13: 01
    +1
    The most advanced in the world in this case is perhaps the experience of China. Persons with pronounced mental deformation on the basis of Islamic fundamentalism undergo re-education with secular general and vocational training, followed by employment. Also, an additional member with a secular education can be temporarily added to the families of fundamentalists.
    1. pmkemcity
      pmkemcity 15 December 2020 16: 45
      +1
      Quote: Humpty
      Also, an additional member with a secular education can be temporarily added to the families of fundamentalists.

      Have already passed:
      1. Threaded screw
        Threaded screw 16 December 2020 10: 14
        -1
        It would be funny if the retirement age had not been raised, but it’s even scary, what’s next? Draft?
        1. pmkemcity
          pmkemcity 16 December 2020 10: 16
          0
          Quote: Threaded screw
          It would be funny if the retirement age had not been raised, but it’s even scary, what’s next? Draft?

          ... I will be 52 years old in January!
  14. tralflot1832
    tralflot1832 15 December 2020 13: 27
    0
    I just ask you to pay attention to the French national football team! wassat
  15. froger
    froger 15 December 2020 13: 34
    +3
    If some well-defined groups use freedoms to restrict and eliminate other freedoms, then it is simply imperative to limit the actions of these freedoms, as well as of these groups hostile to society. The whole question is what is more dangerous at the moment - to restrict freedoms or continue to lose them due to the abuse of these freedoms. Macron is a fine fellow that he was not afraid of either Muslim extremists, or what such "tolerants" as Merkel and other political suicides would say about him.
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  17. AĞGURD
    AĞGURD 15 December 2020 21: 57
    -1
    Quote: NDR-791
    in 2016, 30% of adherents of Islam considered Sharia law more relevant than secular French law.
    The French will digest it. No, we are the same science, so that such games are not tempted to play

    you know what is the matter with the very concept of "human rights", they began to use it for the sake of sex minorities ... but if countries, peoples or people consider themselves to be Christians, support this or support insults to other people's prophets, other people's shrines or belief in the Almighty, and even try to punish for indignation or to take action ... who you really are? ... for any believer, let it be a Buddhist, a Christian, a Muslim, even an idol or a fire-worshiper would rather call him a Satanist and not even an atheist ...
  18. AĞGURD
    AĞGURD 15 December 2020 22: 27
    -2
    Quote: Junger
    Well done here, the French, you will not say anything. We took a firm grip on the Muslims. Now the "faithful" will scream, and we will rejoice.
    The main thing is that the francs are not given back.

    If you know a believer Chrestian or Muslim, they ask who your enemy is from 1 to 10, they answer:
    1 SATAN
    2 servants of Satan (Genies, shaitans, demons, demons)
    3 Witches and sorcerers
    4 Atheists
    5 The offending Almighty and his messengers and his messages
    6 Satanic sects
    7 Probes
    8 Drugs and alcohol
    9 Love of Love
    10 Lies and theft
    11 Those who defiled holy things and holy things
    12 ... etc. but none of them indicated each other, even counting 100 hostile or unacceptable for themselves ... so if someone is at enmity with Chrestinon or a Muslim, then this person is either from the listed list or sick in the head ...
  19. Egor53
    Egor53 15 December 2020 22: 44
    0
    And I am glad that France has such problems.
    This country is extremely vile (fine wines and food do not count).
    In World War II, they fought on the side of Nazi Germany. Hitler's soldiers in Paris were greeted with flowers. Then this country was appointed one of the victors of Nazism - obviously drunk.
    France is swollen from lies.
    They killed Gaddafi and destroyed Libya.
    Let them now pay for their meanness.
    They cannot deal with Muslims. And they will have a Notre Dame Mosque, and soon.
    And to us, to Russia, thousands of French will move to produce wine and sausages. For us Russians, this is only a plus.
  20. agoran
    agoran 16 December 2020 23: 56
    0
    One might get the impression of some softness of the French.
    But judging by the .euronews footage, how the demonstrators are dispersed in Paris, this is far from the case.
    Macron is weak, but if a person of the level of Charles de Gaulle comes to power (who sent green papers to the United States by courts, in exchange for gold, left the NATO military structure), then I will not envy the Muslims.
    Well, and who is interested, read about the personality in history. This means that individuals appear when society is mature.
  21. Catholic
    Catholic 21 December 2020 23: 43
    23
    France tightens anti-Islamist measures

    Most likely nothing will help France. Tolerance and Soros ruined France. IMHO naturally.
  22. Catholic
    Catholic 21 December 2020 23: 45
    21
    French citizen Vladimir Pozner called on Paris

    Everywhere he manages ... To take him and expel him from Russia. He has nothing to do here.
  23. Catholic
    Catholic 21 December 2020 23: 47
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    in the forefront of such critics will be Germany, which, incidentally, also suffers a lot from religious fundamentalism.

    They do not suffer, they get high. Masochists.