It takes a nation to protect the nation
Two recent stories make me pose this question. The stories are:
From the first story:
‘It was part of a nationwide counter-terrorist operation aimed at capturing the gang responsible for planting a low explosive device in a kosher food shop in the northern Paris suburb of Sarcelles on September 19th.
‘A judicial source in the French capital said all the men targeted today were thought to be members of a secretive Salafist group.’
From the second story:
‘The French government has announced a plan to boost policing in 15 of the most crime-ridden parts of France in an effort to reassert state control over the country's so-called "no-go" zones: Muslim-dominated neighborhoods that are largely off limits to non-Muslims.’
H/T to Miche
The explicit recognition of the Islamically inspired reaction to this crime tsunami is a welcome development on the part of the State security forces. They are not just talking about run-of-mill gangs and criminals but of people who follow Mohammed, are inspired by his ‘perfect’ example, and take instructions from the Qur'an ‘to strike fear in the hearts of non-Muslims.’ Qur'an 8:12
So it seems that there is a growing recognition on the part of the security forces that they are up against a different type of enemy. They should look to their history for guidance, e.g. Tours. The pushers of Sharia-land in France are up against a force that appears to call them by their right name. That is good news for all of us.
However, for the French State to truly reclaim control over their own territory from enemies within will, I suspect, require more resolve than they are up to. I hope I am wrong but I fear there will be compromise, accommodation and more ‘sensitivity training.’ But they have started a process now which they must win. Anything short of complete victory and the destruction of the no-go zones in their own country will mean surrender to the forces of jihad.
On another point: The Muslim vote was crucial in voting in the French President Hollande who was fully supportive of the latest police actions. How this will work out in the larger political scene and in the long term I cannot venture to guess.
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France must decide if it wants to remain a nation or descend into a battlefield.
A Comment by publiusnj
Le Pen is essentially saying that the French State is better off with people who identify as French and who were raised as French with French ideals. France has stretched as far as it can to rely on its Politics to the exclusion of its Culture, but the limits of that effort are becoming apparent with the Muslims. Laicite (the French militant version of secularism) did successfully push aside, or t least silence, the Catholic roots of most of the French population. It has not, though, pushed aside the Muslim roots of a very significant portion of the Muslim population in France. So, France must learn that the all powerful state exemplified by laicite is going to fail. France must decide if it wants to remain a nation or descend into a battlefield.
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