Below is a letter from our friend Sebastian who reports on some events and conditions in France. The situation is only hopeless if people give up hope and quit caring enough about their own lives to act on the behalf of themsleves and the nations they live in. We are meeting this evening at McDonald's in Vancouver, Canada, not because we have such a problem as France or America or Denmark or Australia but because to do nothing is to have a problem that will be as bad if we do nothing. We won't wait for things to get that bad. We act.
Tonight a confrontation is expected between the porc soup kitchen and the authorities in Maubert Mutualite, a rather nice area on the Left Bank. I will be popping round to take a look. You will be able to read about it tomorrow on France Echos.
Tomorrow, a very large demonstration of support is expected in front of the Danish Embassy. It has been called jointly by all the main anti dhimmi organisations such as Occidentalis and the Revolution Blue. The details are here.
You are also no doubt aware of the horrific murder of Ilan, who was tortured to death over a period of three weeks, mostly because he was jewish. This is a story that the state can no longer run away from, despite the fact that no one from the government attended his funeral. Last night they caught the ringleader Yossef Fofana, who had fled to the Ivory Coast. He had flown with Air France under his real name and was booked into a hotel in Abidjan under his real name. It reminds me of failed suicide bomber who left London via Eurostar and took a train to Rome from Paris despite his face being on every poster in Britain. Judging by the amount of muslims working at border controls I think we can say that we are totally undefended.
It appears that the police in Abidjan were very helpful in apprehending this Youssef Fofana (link here http://www.figaro.fr/france
On the 26th of February, numerous jewish organisations have organised a walk through Bagneux, the town where Ilan was martyred. They plan to to place a wreath at the foot of the building where he was systematically mutilated for 24 days. It appears (although it is not confirmed) that certain organisations have been advised by the police not to go to this march because their security cannot be assured. If this is true, then Bagneux is truly Dar al Harb.
The parents were telephoned by the torturers so that they could hear his screams. Verses of the Koran were also recited over the phone. Not all the gang were muslim. There is a portuguese man involved and some of the girls used as bait were French. It also appears that the building janitor, who gave Fofana the keys to the boiler room where Ilan was tortured, was of French origin.
The President of France Jacques Chirac called the parents of the victim on Tuesday night to recite an expression of condolence. He will be attending a memorial ceremony in a synagogue in Paris on Friday.
I don't really want to go into a great of detail about resistance movements but they are emerging. A lot of people are talking to each other, meeting like minded people and planning ahead. The Eurabian scenario envisaged by Bat Ye'or and Mark Steyn are only likely if no one does anything to stop it.
In one month the Blue Scarf meeting by Claude Reichman went from 1 to 2 thousand. The next meeting will hopefully show more numbers.
The support vigil for the catholic priest murdered in Turkey had about 3 hundred people. None of whom seemed to have a blue scarf, so were unaware of this movement, yet shared the same ideas.
The words dhimmitude and eurabia are part of the lexicon of all these movements.
Yesterday, 4 of us were involved in putting around 800 stickers all over central Paris with pictures of the cartoons, slogans such as 'Support Denmark Support Free Speech", "If you are pissed off with Islam, you are not alone, join us at France Echos" Or simply "Allah Poubelle"
To our great pleasure, near the Louvre we found two stickers with the words "Islam out of Europe, Now"
We are really not alone.