January 12, 2015, - 1:47 pm

French Rallies Are a Bunch of Hypocritical BS & Here’s Why

By Debbie Schlussel

We are the world, we are the children. Blah, blah, blah. Yadda, yadda, yadda.

Excuse me for not jumping on the vapid bandwagon of the mindless echo chamber on the right in condemning Barack Obama and company for not joining the silly rally of world leaders declaring unity against some nebulous nothing and solidarity in support of a nebulous something. Yes, I know that Obama, Kerry, Holder et al didn’t show up for the wrong reasons. But so what? That rally was total BS. I can hear Elvis crooning about fools rushing in. More appropriate than these world leaders cheering, would be for Nero to be fiddling.

Les Imbeciles [The Fools] . . .

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Espèce Des Idiots! [You Silly Fools!]

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And shame on Israeli leader Binyamin Netanyahu for joining the halal baloney. He was asked by Les Surrender Monkeys not to show up. Yes! The leader of the Jewish State–the land of fleeing Jewish refugees of the Muslim Judenrein civil war in France–not to show up for a rally after four Jews were murdered and several others were wounded. Netanyahu was going to listen to these Croque Messieurs and Madames and not show up so as not to offend Muslims! He only changed his mind when two Israeli ministers with more balls than he, decided to go. And yet almost every “leader” he was marching with is a “leader” of a country that either regularly condemns Israel or won’t trade with large parts of it and voted or abstained to allow the Palestinian Judenreiners to join the International Criminal Court. That’s with whom he was marching in “defiance” of something.

We were told on yesterday’s newscasts that the march in Paris was the largest since France was liberated from the Nazis, perhaps larger. Um, the Nazis were actually defeated. But what, exactly, were these people in the march liberated from yesterday? What and whom did they defeat? Islam–the legion of new Nazis and far worse–is still there. Islam is not only pervasive in France, but it is yet again victorious as world leaders lull each other and the French into believing something has changed, from before the Kouachi brothers and Messr. Coulibaly murdered at least 18 innocent civilians, to afterward. And nothing has changed. They won’t say Islam is the problem. They, in fact, marched with Islamic leaders, all of whom by definition are extremists if they believe in Islam and its Hadith and other tenets. They, in fact, marched arm in arm with Mahmoud Abbas a/k/a Abu Mazen, the paymaster of the Munich Olympic massacre in which nearly as many were murdered as were by the Kouachis. Abbas who supports Islamic terrorism and is merging his terrorist movement of Fatah with that of HAMAS.







So, given that, what were they marching against? What was Netanyahu marching against when he marched with Islamic leaders and Abu Mazen? What was Abbas marching against, since he supports exactly the same kind of Islamic terrorism that took place in France, albeit with a different brand name and emblem, but still the same generic “Wonder Bread” of Islamic bloody murder?

Yes, I know. People are trying to say that Barack Obama isn’t against terrorism because he didn’t march. Well, we already know he’s not really bothered by Islamic terrorism. But he’s big on exactly the type of “We Are the World” empty calorie displays that occurred on the streets of Paris with the world leaders. Heck, even the “hot” blonde Scandinavian chick leader, with whom he was playing selfie footsie at the Nelson Mandela funeral, was there front and center. Hmmm . . . maybe Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Hussein Obama Idi Amin Dada didn’t want that reunion to happen. And that brings up the claim that Obama didn’t show because of security issues and that he didn’t want to be a spectacle or distract from the event. Well, then, why did he attend the Mandela event . . . after which every story was about the Obama-blonde-Scandinavian-chick selfie?

I think Obama was just lazy. He didn’t feel like going. He wanted to hang out at home on Sunday and not have to haul it to Frogophilialand. He wouldn’t miss being the rock star center of attention for any other reason.

But back to this silly march. Je ne suis pas Charlie. I’m not Charlie. Sorry, Charlie. But I don’t believe that Jews and Christians are morally equivalent to Islam–the religion of terrorism, carnage, blood, death, and destruction. Where were the “Je suis Juif” [I am a Jew] signs? Few and far between if any. Je ne suis pas France. I’m not France. France will soon be FrArabia or Arabance. Or more accurately, FrIslam or Islamance.

And how, exactly, does a country that ordered all Jewish establishments, including synagogues on the Jewish Sabbath, to close, tell us that they are brave or defiant? Are you kidding? Vous etes drole. You’re funny. Would you order mosques and halal butcher shops closed on Friday, if there were EVER an attack on Muslims in France? Heck, no. The French would have assigned thousands of their wimpy police (the same kind who rode to the Charlie Hebdo massacre on bicycle without guns and ran away at the first gun sighting) to protect the Muslims and would have been proud that the mosques remained opened. But Juifs, you go home. Yup, let’s close all the Jewish businesses and establishments like they did on Krystallnacht.

So, when people gush and drone on about how “beautiful” and “inspiring” the rallies all over Paris and the rest of France were, ask them why. Ask them what exactly was being celebrated?

The slow (and now less slow) defeat of the West. That’s what was being celebrated. And Islam and the ghost of Mohammed are having the last laugh.

Absolument.

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58 Responses

Of course Debbie is 100% correct, but what also amazes me is that muslims murdered over 3,000 Americans in NYC in 2001 and I don’t remember the French attending marches for us.

DS_ROCKS! on January 12, 2015 at 2:01 pm

    i think chirac was the first world leader to travel to the US and deliver his post-9/11 condolences.

    kirche on January 13, 2015 at 10:43 am

Nevermind. You’re referring to the cartoonist at Charlie Hebdo. I don’t consider him a Jew since he mocked Jews in his cartoons. The four in the kosher market were killed just because they were Jews.

S: No, it was a typo. DS

Steve on January 12, 2015 at 2:09 pm

They should have marched into the banlious with torches and pitchforks, and done a good cleanup….

Frak on January 12, 2015 at 2:22 pm

Of course it was an empty gesture.

Does it change anything? Only if you’re a moron.

The West is not going to press forward a crusade against Islam and Islamic terrorism.

The French are going to do it? Puhleeaze…. I’m dying of laughter.

NormanF on January 12, 2015 at 2:31 pm

    Where is Charlie Martel?

    lexi on January 13, 2015 at 11:50 am

    I get what you’re saying but since Netanyahu managed to piss off Hollande, Erdogan, and Abu Mazen at the same time,it’s a good thing. Also, I think the liberal western media helps to pigeonhole the Jewish state, depicting them as intractable, isolated. His presence didn’t allow them to do that. Anyway, it was obvious he was as far away in the photo ops from Abbas as she could be–Netanyahu on one end and Abbas on the other. It was pretty clear that he was there for Israeli’s Jews. think about it. Hollande told him he shouldn’t go there, that his presence would aggravate the Muzzies, as well as be a huge security risk (which it was, imho, except that Israeli bodyguards would have had bullets up your ass before you could do anything remotely threatening.) For that matter, too bad the Kouachi-nazis didn’t run into a couple Mossad when they shot the cops in that narrow alley.

    moeursalen on January 13, 2015 at 6:50 pm

True, it did nothing to any of the no go zone scum. About as much was accomplished by the hash tag stuff that demanded the kidnapped school girls from the Boko boys.

samurai on January 12, 2015 at 2:36 pm

I am very happy our PM went to France and was before our people at the Great Synagogue in France. I don’t care about the ridiculous March but his presence to our Jewish brethren was so important. It is not easy to tell the Jews in France the truth that it matters not how many generations you have lived in France, life for our kind is over their and it is time to make Aliyah. If Hillary is elected and she continues with Obama’s amnesty and come home to Israel. If Hillary is elected and she helps speed up the rate that Muslims gaining American citizenship, an Israeli PM will be making the same plea to you and the Jews in America.

Fred on January 12, 2015 at 3:21 pm

    Oh yeah, Fred, it’s a great time to “make Aliyah.” Israel, with its 17% Muslim population within the Green Line, is a place one can feel secure. It’s a place where Abbas can enjoy peace to plan the Final Solution.

    skzion on January 12, 2015 at 5:58 pm

    I respectfully disagree Debbie, I think its great that PM Netanyahu went. Why? The French didn’t want him too. Take that Hollande, and company you antisemites.

    Susan on January 13, 2015 at 11:29 am

The march was under the banner of unity. The same stupid banner that has resulted in France having the largest Muslim population in Europe. So sorry you don’t like the look of your future France. Get used to it. Islam is for keeps. No nation has ever escaped except possibly Spain but that wasn’t under its own steam.
Turkey was moderate probably because of its proximity to Europe but Erdogan is for keeps too.

The Charlie team didn’t get killed for some nefarious mass media idiotic idea of unity. They got killed for being provocative. Very, very few of the people on the march dared to be in any way provocative from what I saw.

I wasn’t aware the French asked Netanyahu not to attend. Personally I’m glad he did if only to screw up their photo ops.
I’m sure the French blame Israel for their problems with Muslims because they’re A-holes. They’ve always been arrogant A-holes.

japple on January 12, 2015 at 3:29 pm

Je suis Charlie say the French, oui oui say the Palestinians and Abbas.
French buffoons.

japple on January 12, 2015 at 3:32 pm

I agree that there is nothing to celebrate. France is becoming the most antisemitic country in Europe. Its police and security services were a joke on the ground. That kosher supermarket would have not sustained that horrific attack, if France had had its act together. M. Hollande is an overstuffed incompetent who deserves universal condemnation, rather than praise.

Worry on January 12, 2015 at 3:33 pm

Interesting the Palestinians were out there marching under the guise of solidarity with France, and ‘Je Suis Charlie’ yet they were doing nothing more than promoting their own cause waving the Palestinian flags, and wearing the PLO terrorist scarves. Other Moslems were out there waving the Moslem flag, not in solidarity with France, but in defiance to show ‘Islam will dominate the world,’ but France refuses to see that Islam is the cause of these terrorist attacks, and moslem youth rampages and vandalisms. I notice many native French youth having their Kumbaya moments dancing to a band playing rock music and beating the drums. They were laughing and singing. What a joke!!! How could they be so jovial about the fact that 17 people were killed by Islamic terrorists who seek to dominate France and turn it into Franistan!!! This was nothing more than a bunch of youth, many left wing liberals, who got caught up in the emotion of another protest. Any protest is fine for such people.

Lily Darcey on January 12, 2015 at 3:42 pm

    France is in a Cloud of Denial. They are in store for more and more frequent and severe attacks. France tries to ignore Islam, but Islam will not ignore them.

    Worry on January 12, 2015 at 3:52 pm

Yes, the march was for unity, the unity of the European Union.

The purpose of the march was first, to help preserve the European Union, which is falling apart at the seams, and, secondly, to give the present gaggle of politicians a boost.

Like all politicians, they are more interested in getting re-elected than in anything else.

Little Al on January 12, 2015 at 4:04 pm

You know what, when I read from all sorts of sources during the weekend, and found out that Abbas, the Palestinian Authorities president showed his allege condolences to Hebdo’s killings, I became a cynic and skeptical, I said to myself (hmm, so Abbas condemns what occurred in France a few days ago by a few of his co-religionists who took the life of Charlie Hebdo’s life, and at the sametime, is an apparatus-booster for Hamas-Palestinian terrorists?). I knew that something was foul in the “state of Denmark” (not referring to the Scandinavian nation, just being figuratively speaking), and Abbas along with Hamas is doing this for PR reasons, and/or using the Islamic version of lying, ie, taqqiya?

And you’re also correct Debbie about those on the American right-wing moaning and groaning about Obama (take note, none of us, including me are not fans of Obama, by are cynics and critics of his) not going to France to show solidarity to what occurred, maybe, just maybe our President was lazy or indifferent on what occurred, or possibly, he was told by his advisors to not travel to France for specific situations? We don’t know why Obama didn’t go there to France, nor we’re not going to use logical-fallacies of “anecdotes” and using conspiracy-theories either!

Sean R. on January 12, 2015 at 4:37 pm

Erdogan is very upset that Netanyahu attended. Way to go Netanyahu.

japple on January 12, 2015 at 5:01 pm

Erdogan has had discussions with the French president and was made to feel very welcome. He received an invitation don’t you know?

japple on January 12, 2015 at 5:04 pm

” But Juifs, you go home. Yup, let’s close all the Jewish businesses and establishments like they did on Krystallnacht”

S¢umbag Jew-hating Frenchmen, psuedo-intellectual university “Palestine supporters” et al. need to move to Afghantown to report for ISIS beheading.

DS_ROCKS! on January 12, 2015 at 5:05 pm

    There is an old Russian proverb appropriate for this situation:
    “Kill Jews and mailmen! Why mailmen?”

    sha2me on January 13, 2015 at 4:01 pm

If Erdogan is upset the French are upset. I can guarantee that.

japple on January 12, 2015 at 5:07 pm

But, in less than 20 years, it will be Frencmen who will be the Jews, desperately fleeing France from the Muslims, looking for a refuge.

LET’S NOT LET THEM IN.

Occam's Tool on January 12, 2015 at 5:40 pm

We all know Obama is lazy but not too lazy for the limelight. My theory is that if Obama attended he might have had to speak. If that teleprompter gimp spoke – Netanyahu might also give a speech.

Besides they only killed a just few Jews. Obama is Jewish in spirit apparently so he speaks for all Jews.

japple on January 12, 2015 at 5:43 pm

    I will say what people are tiptoeing around. Obama is not Jewish in spirit. He is moslem in spirit, and if the turn of event go bad, he will always side with islam.

    Lily on January 12, 2015 at 8:28 pm

      there has been altogether too much tiptoeing I agree

      japple on January 12, 2015 at 8:39 pm

    Here I should have said Obama speaks more eloquently for all Jews by staying away.

    This statement of his has been bothering me for a while now.
    When a Muslim claims to be a be a Jew it is generally not to be interpreted naturally as one would as a gesture of solidarity.

    It means that they are laying claim to Jewishness.

    japple on January 12, 2015 at 8:36 pm

I also think, that considering the EU’s campaign to make Israel an outcast, Netanyahu was justified in inserting himself into the front lines of the march.

If the organizers were successful in excluding him it would have given further legitimacy to their campaign to make Israel more and more of an economic outcast.

Little Al on January 12, 2015 at 5:45 pm

Thanks Al didn’t think of that at all. That may be exactly right and I’m sure Erdogan’s kerfuffle is not just idle chatter.

japple on January 12, 2015 at 5:49 pm

Why is Merkel standing next to Abbas?

skzion on January 12, 2015 at 5:54 pm

    He was the only guy there willing to give her his halal sausage.
    She was of course keeping up the precedent set by her forbear one A Hitler who also met with another Fakestinian the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Arafat’s uncle.

    Mohammed Wazza Pedophile on January 12, 2015 at 9:06 pm

Maybe she likes hummus

japple on January 12, 2015 at 6:06 pm

Agree with you 150% Debbie. Angela Merkel is now a joke for kissing the ass of a fake, phoney religion called Islam or Lucifer’s followers.

Confederate on January 12, 2015 at 6:36 pm

Debbie you are right to say that the demonstrations were baloney. The French, aided by their profound weakness, will succumb easier than their 40 day fight against the Nazi’s in WWII. Netanyahu trip only made sense by encouraging Jews to get out of that thoroughly corrupt and dying country of France. The French and most of the west are more interested in committing suicide by being adherents to the socialist cult than being among the living.

Doc Holiday on January 12, 2015 at 8:00 pm

I agree the Paris March was a farce. But I still think Netanyahu should have gone. This is a war. The murdered Jews were like soldiers on a battlefield. One of them fought back. Israelis never leave their men or women behind. May G-d avenge their blood!

PaulaMalka on January 12, 2015 at 9:33 pm

All talk, no action, just like following 9/11, after all is said and done this will accomplish what it did then: nothing good.

theShadow on January 12, 2015 at 10:15 pm

Debbie’s quite right to make the We Are The World analogy. Everything she said is a bull’s eye. Too bad collective humanity, especially our “leaders” don’t operate on common sense, forthrightness, honesty, and transparency.

Oh, right, forgot, it’s SATAN’S world, . . .

for now.

And he’s having a good time laughing at the gathering of weepy fools in Paris.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on January 13, 2015 at 12:02 am

    Abso-freakin-lutely. The timeline has been activated and is in progress as we speak. As much as this hurts, we can only await the outcome, and do our parts. All we can do now, is our best, and look forward to a glorious and positive end to all this …

    judy on January 16, 2015 at 1:23 pm

Abbas smiling happily in the second line says it all.

Fionayael on January 13, 2015 at 12:02 am

When do the mass deportations start? When is islam declared illegal? When do the guillotines come out and the heads of known terrorists start getting lopped off?

Oh well, if nothing else everyone got together and looked good for the cameras while they had a big ole pitty party.

RuckusTom on January 13, 2015 at 2:40 am

‘Of course Debbie is 100% correct, but what also amazes me is that muslims murdered over 3,000 Americans in NYC in 2001 and I don’t remember the French attending marches for us.’

Nearly 3,000 people from *all over the world* died in the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.

I guess you missed that.

Thea on January 13, 2015 at 7:21 am

If the GOP guys are condemning the Obama administration for not having a rep at that rally, why didn’t they send people to join this stupid rally? Then they too could have made a vapid statement, just like everyone in Paris.

And that magazine has published a picture of Mohammed again? Fine, but will France have the cajunes to crack down on their Muzzies to make sure that there are no jihadi repercussions this time?

Infidel on January 13, 2015 at 8:42 am

Debbie, I agree with you 100%

Except that

1) you forget that 7 years after the 9/11 (you know, the “Victory” they call after their new mosquee in NY), YOU elected a muslim president

2) one political party, and only one, in France is a friend of Israël. It represents about 25% of the votes. He was excluded specifically from the Paris mascarade and is now bashed for not attending.

Of course I know it:

we let them in, they will kick us out.

Congratulations to the commentator (a few comments up) : DO NOT let the Frenchs leave France and go to US. They dont deserve to survive.

jean breban on January 13, 2015 at 10:00 am

    Thank you for the kind comments. Incidentally, Charlie Hebdo’s latest cover shows a calm picture of Muhammed holding a sign saying “Je Suis Charlie,” with a comment on the top saying “all is forgiven.”

    Fairly pleasant for this magazine. But CNN and MSNBC won’t show it saying that they don’t show pictures of the prophet.

    Generally speaking, journalists are best served in a white wine sauce, I think.

    Occam's Tool on January 13, 2015 at 4:34 pm

When the decision was made to have a Unity march and show the World that France has friends willing to support them, it was only right for the Administration to send an Official to represent the US, whatever the reason, its not any different than State Dinners, Summit Meetings and Award Ceremonies at the White House, a quick photo-op …and everyones on their way.

Now everyone’s left confused and grasping for explanations and excuses, Obama is ‘now’ sending Kerry to Paris for damage control, maybe get Hollande to stand next to Kerry and claim ‘there’s never been a doubt about America’s support for France’ …but there is for Obama’s.

Maxwell on January 13, 2015 at 11:35 am

And then the ridiculous semantics — why was it called a ‘March’? It certainly was not a march. Maybe a rally, demonstration, & a little bit of a walk, but not a ‘march’.

I guess the reason is that the term ‘march’ has military connotations. Maybe the organizers thought that a subconscious military reference would suggest that they are doing something about terrorism, while, not really doing anything.

They would rely on the term ‘march’ to suggest more action against terrorism than is really taking place, or than is really contemplated. Form over substance once more.

Little Al on January 13, 2015 at 11:42 am

By 2030, France will be Frarabia. But right now, it’s Fratulence. Charlie’s next issue has a picture of Muhammed with a sign stating “Je Suis Charlie.”

These idiots understand and learn NOTHING.

Occam's Tool on January 13, 2015 at 11:49 am

“Sound and fury .. signifying nothing ..”

Jack on January 13, 2015 at 12:57 pm

12 people lost their lives at the Charlie Hebdo offices by lunatic jihadis. After that a few more jihadis killed 4 Jews at the kosher supermarket. A tragedy for sure and 2 enemies of islam were attacked here : free speech and Jews. The obvious issue here is that these muslim jihadis along with many vocal supporters justify the attacks cos their pedophile, butcher example of the perfect man Mohamed was attacked. Apparently an act that deserves death by any and all believing muslims.

That said, when I heard about the rally and march I was very annoyed and pissed off. Yes, 16 people were butchered in Paris but I here in Israel we’ve had attacks of this sort for many years. I remember when the Fogel family was butchered in Itamar by jihadi lunatics it barely got covered by the main stream media world wide. The jihadis who committed the barbaric atrocity were given a pass and defended by the left. No marches for them. The same applies to many other barbaric attacks and no marches and barely any coverage by the hypocritical MSM. Double standards for sure and hypocricy from every logical point of view.

As for Bibi attending the march. I was against his attending the farcical event but when he was asked not to attend he had no choice but to attend. His publicized attendanxw including his invitation for French Jews to go on aliya is also a slap in the face to the French and well deserved to say the least.

Zipory on January 13, 2015 at 1:54 pm

” Prime Minister Manuel Valls told members of parliament Tuesday that France was at “war with terrorism, jihadism and radicalism”, in the wake of the country’s bloodiest attacks in half a century.

“France is not at war against Islam and Muslims,” stressed Valls, after three gunmen claiming to represent extremist jihadist groups killed 17 people in three days that terrorized the country.

There lies the problem.

Eye Roll on January 13, 2015 at 4:48 pm

    plus,lets look at the majority of French cops and robbers movies. most of which have story lines based in Marseilles ,a cess pool of islamic ideology where even the police have no control and the populace live under a form a sharia law imposed by local war lords. Many of whom finance themselves by the massive narco industry…
    Remember the US movie,The french connection?

    Aron B. on January 13, 2015 at 5:04 pm

A lot of the marher claim the French notion of freedom of the press must be protected,thus the waving of pencils etc.. But Debbie didn’t mention some the ‘leaders’ present actually represent the censorship of the news media.

I am sure that Australian Peter Greste will have thoughts on the presence in Paris of the Egyptian leader,who is responsible for accusing Greste of Spying for Al jeZeera..and Grestes’ Jailing on trumped up charges following a farcical show trial .
http://www.amnesty.org.au/action/action/36153/?gclid=CjwKEAiAodOlBRDCjr-UlJDjtVUSJABR7fxyMac7GeWDzFuAneuyg_P6Oq58p2m9-P7fh2IMgQ9pzxoCHVbw_wcB

And let us not forget the slaughter of journalists in places such as Russia.

Aron B. on January 13, 2015 at 4:58 pm

If they were serious about “I am Charlie”… they’d be dead.

If they were serious about opposing Islamic Terror… they would not have closed the Synagogues, they’d have closed the Mosques.

DS is one of a very small group of prominent people who have the courage to say “Islam is the problem”.

Tyrannovar on January 13, 2015 at 10:04 pm

‘plus,lets look at the majority of French cops and robbers movies.’

Eye roll into infinity.

Isobel on January 13, 2015 at 10:55 pm

All these demonstrations against terrorism are meaningless. Once the news cycle passes, it’s back to business as usual.

The 1994 AMIA bombing in Buenos Aires, Argentina are a case in point. After the bombing, thousands of people in Argentina marched in solidarity with the Jewish community there. They flew banners saying “We are all Jews!”

Today, we know that the Argentine investigation was botched and covered up. The people who marched were well-meaning but the powers-that-be were not. A few weeks later, it was back to business as usual.

The size of this public demonstration is probably a sign of deja vu.

Frankly, I wish the news media would pay more attention to the anti-immigration/anti-Muslim demonstrations in Germany. Not sure what that’s all about, but I haven’t heard that Bibi plans to attend one of those anytime soon.

Sincerely,

There is NO Santa Claus (aka TINSC)

There is NO Santa Claus on January 14, 2015 at 12:35 am

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