Wednesday, December 10, 2008



Race must not be mentioned in France either

We read:
"Eric Zemmour, a French journalist who writes for Le Figaro, is at the center of a storm of controversy following comments he made on television November 13. Zemmour, born in Paris, is from a family of Jewish Berbers who left Algeria after the Algerian war.

Zemmour's main point was that there are different races distinguishable by skin color. Both the French paper press and the blogosphere have had a field day with this story, accusing him of resurrecting the Nazi theory of race, of being a "Lepeniste", of making comments that emit a nauseating odor, of being a promoter of ethnic separationism, of triggering a "civil war" between Jews, blacks, and Arabs, of expressing the malaise of French "Negrophobes", of seeking a return of "a white France", etc...

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What the naughty man said was: "What interests me in this story - I'll be quick, is that I have the feeling that the consecration of races during the period of the Nazis and before has been replaced by a denial of the existence of races. And to me, one is as ridiculous as the other. What do you mean they don't exist? You can clearly see that they do exist!"

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

How dare he state the obvious!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

This is another clear example of how vile, disruptive and vicious the far-left is. They make Nazi's look like school children. The far-left is a greater threat to freedom than Hitler ever was!

Anonymous said...

F*cking French.

Anonymous said...

I have to strongly and loudly agree with anonymous #2. Hitler was a walk in the park next to these radical far left wack jobs.