Thursday, November 10, 2005

Not all French Bitches are TV Babes: Some are Politicians

3 comments:

Forty_Two said...

The fact that it's now safe to talk about the problem of Arab minorities in France only suggests that the intentional creation of civil unrest is a workable solution. This really isn't a good message.

Michael said...

I think it will be interesting to see how the French riots effect the French presidential elections in 18 months time. If theres a terrorist attack in Paris on the scale of Madrid or London, could be very itneresting to see how Le Pen benefits from it

dag said...

No matter how serious in terms of property and life, this is a game we see on the streets of France. It is, in a sense, a Roman Game. People are injured and killed, seemingly for the sake of television viewers and the machismo poses of the participants.

Others are watching this from the side-lines, Le Pen, for example, and his lot can gain points in this game if the "youth' win to many rounds against French society. He will gain influence and power in the European community to make his vision real rather than wishful.

I look at this as a game of power. I, like others watching this episode of French history, have a vision. I prefer a revival of the Revolution of democracy and universal Human rights. To win that position I, and our friend Shiva and others, have advocated brinksmanship, of taking the player to the very edge of chaos to ensure that the lines between actors and spectatiors is erased. Thus will arise a movement that requires immediate action on the parts of all concerned, extreme measures, and there will be only one outcome rather than compromise: total victory or total defeat of the agenda of progressivism.

We play a game using the "youths" as proxies. They are the pieces we move around on the board game. Depending on ones sophistication, the outcome should be to push the scenario into open confrontation between the forces of the Left dhimmi fascists, including, I argue, Chirac at al, and the forces of Right fascism, eg, Le Pen and his lot of reactionary racists.

Seeing the collaspe of the Old Regime on the one side and the possibilities of Le Pen on the rise, it is our hope that the moderate middle will capture the initiative and take power in France, and too the whole of Europe.

Regardless, this pose we hold now is starting to hurt, and we must straighten ourselves.

That, of course, is one man's opinion, and is of no particular import here. Please feel free to add you comments as you will. Regardless of our faults we don't censor anything but hate mail.