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Interesting developments in Sizzleville:

Police sent reinforcements to the troubled suburbs of northern Paris yesterday after a night of rioting revived fear of a return to the violence that raged through France’s immigrant housing estates last year.

In another sign of continuing racial tension, the Government also ordered an inquiry into an anti-Semitic black group that staged an aggressive march through the Jewish quarter of the capital.

I blame proposed French employment policies.

Posted by Tim B. on 05/31/2006 at 11:56 AM
    1. Kee-rist, I was mad at the Frogs for their backstabbing re: 9-11 and the war, and boycotted all things froggish.

      Then some of them published the Motoons and I eased up, drinking froggy wine in fraternite (sp?  accent?)

      Now it ain’t even worth tracing Angels & Demons for laughs to go visit the place.

      Stupid Frogs.

      Posted by ushie on 2006 05 31 at 12:05 PM • permalink
    1. Personally, I blame Boosh(wah).

      Posted by Challeron on 2006 05 31 at 12:21 PM • permalink
    1. Has anybody heard anything about Tribu KA, the black supremacy group mentioned in the article? A google search turned up practically nothing. Is there overlap between this group and Muslim extremists?

      “Mini-Jihad” (the star of Gilligan’s Persia) has said that if there was a holocaust, then the Jews are Europe’s responsibility (one of his arguments against a Jewish state). France’s – let us say, spotty – record in protecting Jews gives us some indication of how they would fare if Israel were to close up shop and her people were to undergo yet another diaspora. No matter what dangers Jews face in Israel, at least they can be said to have some control over their own collective destiny there. In France, they would be at the mercy of Muslim fanatics and (now, apparently) black supremacists on one hand, and a hand-wringingly ineffective or (in some quarters) a hostile bureaucratic apparatus on the other.

      Posted by paco on 2006 05 31 at 12:50 PM • permalink
    1. Frogs…only friggin thing they’re good for is sautéed legs…oh yeah, they catch flies too. Does that fly shit, get into the Frog Legs?

      But zen we haaave theeis…The Israeli government last night stepped into the row over the French ambassador to London, Daniel Bernard, who is alleged to have spoken about “that shitty little country Israel”.

      From the mouth(s) of “that shitty large country Frwance”.

      Turn about is fair play, let us have an an a Jewish militant group stage an aggressive march through the Black quarter of the capital.

      Posted by El Cid on 2006 05 31 at 01:08 PM • permalink
    1. Are Australian places like Campbelltown or Footscray considered neighborhoods or suburbs?

      Posted by chinesearithmetic on 2006 05 31 at 01:37 PM • permalink
    1. Wow, just noticed I stutter when typing an.

      Posted by El Cid on 2006 05 31 at 02:01 PM • permalink
    1. Ahhh, you say, the Muslies do not add to the culture of any country nor to its quality of life. How very wrong can you be! The Muslie inventive new delicacy added to superb French cuisine can be found on selected street corners throughout Paris, the now famous Peugeot flambee. Designed to titillate, nay, terrorize the palate of timid frenchies brought up on the minor pleasures of devouring snails, live ants and the livers of baby lambs and ducks, this treat may well serve as the appetizer to these natural gourmets to sup on their very souls and to eat their hearts out.

      Posted by stats on 2006 05 31 at 02:10 PM • permalink
    1. Y’know, I think I’d rather eat Peugot flambee myself than tackle those snails.

      Posted by paco on 2006 05 31 at 02:19 PM • permalink
    1. Back when the US was undergoing the worst of its civil rights upheavals, and the inner cities were burning, how Europe sneered at us.  I have to indulge in a guilty bit of schadenfreude now that the shoe’s on the other foot.  In fact… forget the guilty part.

      Posted by RebeccaH on 2006 05 31 at 02:23 PM • permalink
    1. Hear, hear, #9!

      Posted by Barbara Skolaut on 2006 05 31 at 02:42 PM • permalink
    1. #9, RebeccaH,

      A gloat was the first thing that floated across my brain, too.  Then the full context burst into view.

      In all the dreamy nostalgia of the left boomers – as opposed to the right boomers – the one thing they never acknowledge is the fact that this country came terrifyingly close to complete anarchy during those dreamy years.  Having dropped out, I suppose they didn’t notice.

      We managed to live through those years, but not unscathed.  Because most of us were too tired and disgusted by the time Nixon flew away from the White House for the last time, we allowed the New Left to take over with barely a whimper of protest.  Because we were no longer sure of ourselves after Viet Nam, we hesitated over Iran when we ought to have stomped on them very hard from the outset.  We only reacted, and then we reacted timidly.  We are paying the consequences today for not paying attention then.  We are having a hard time getting people who were taught that reality is subjective, or that reality is relative, or that you can deconstruct it without destroying it, etc., to understand now that reality is objective and is going to manifest itself in another dark age and slavery if we don’t pay attention now.

      All is not lost for us, however, because we have the legacy of John Locke and our Founding Fathers to help us.  We can point to the fact that man doesn’t have to just sit back helplessly, but can fight for his life and the freedom to live it.

      The French have Rouseau.  They’ve never given up that which destroyed their own revolution.  Indeed, they grew their Rouseaulian garden with plants of Kant, Hegel, Marx, and their genetic offshoots of Collectivism, scepticism, and nihilism.

      As much as I don’t like France, I see no value in the country falling into anarchy, and then Sharia law and full-blown dhimmitude.  I don’t have a clue what would save them.  (Well, I do, but it isn’t anything they are likely to do.)

      Posted by saltydog on 2006 05 31 at 04:12 PM • permalink
    1. SaltyDog,

      All the French need to do is get rid of the “elite” ru(i)nning the country.  You may have noticed the people and the elite have different views.

      Posted by Rob Read on 2006 05 31 at 04:53 PM • permalink
    1. #5

      Are Australian places like Campbelltown or Footscray considered neighborhoods or suburbs?

      Suburbs. Campbelltown is a small city in its own right on the outskirts of Metropolitan Sydney.

      Posted by AlburyShifton on 2006 05 31 at 04:58 PM • permalink
    1. 13. Can’t be ghetto fabulous Down Under if there’s no ghetto!

      Posted by chinesearithmetic on 2006 05 31 at 05:29 PM • permalink
    1. #12, Rob Read,

      Which numbered Republic are they working on now?  Fifth?  Sixth?  Twenty-fourth?  French citizens have had elections for a very long time.  They’ve tinkered with their laws, etc., for a long time.  If their ideas are so very different from those they elect to rule, why do they elect the likes of a Chirac?  They know enough to reject the EU constitution, but they protest whenever someone tries to change a law to conform to reality.  (This is almost off topic, but does this mean that the elite would interrupt their vacations to bury Grandmother?)

      I understand perfectly well that one may not legitimately paint all individuals in any group with the same brush.  I understand that individuals do not think in a collective, but as individuals.  Whether each one thinks for himself is another matter.  I’m just saying that those who do think, and inform their reason first and foremost with the facts of reality before they judge, need to act.  I do not see Chirac, whose entire focus seems to be how to cover his ass, will ever come to the necessary conclusions.

      The fuse is now lit in Europe.  They lit it in Madrid and seem to blow on it at every turn.  I do not see this as good, either for Europe or for America and Australia.

      The problems are much the same in America, right down to a growing anti-semitism, which is worrying.  My point, however, was that we have principles which were once ingrained in the American mind (which is how Jefferson once described the ideas of Locke).  We have the ideas needed to defeat Islamism if only we will look.

      Posted by saltydog on 2006 05 31 at 06:16 PM • permalink
    1. if only we could be more like the French; they’re so civilized

      Posted by JerryS on 2006 05 31 at 06:48 PM • permalink
    1. You don’t need to be an Einstein to figure out that this represents a huge opportunity for Australia’s immigration program.

      Based on the history of Jewish immigrants making huge contributions to their new homelands, and with the added bonus of not seeking to kill the inhabitants, Australia should be actively seeking Jewish immigrants. Plenty of space here for everybody…

      Posted by Margos Maid on 2006 05 31 at 07:11 PM • permalink
    1. #3 Paco:  I didn’t find much on this group either, but it appears from this Jerusalem Post article that it is relatively new.  From the article:

      Tribu-Ka, an organisation created in December 2004 is opposed to all contacts between blacks and non-blacks.


      Tribu-Ka’s leader is Kemi Seba, formerly known as Stellio Gilles Robert, a former member of Nation of Islam in Paris who has previously been indicted for racist incitement.

      Posted by debo.v2 on 2006 05 31 at 07:22 PM • permalink
    1. Forget it…

      France is Gone!

      Get out your lawn chair and popcorn…summer is coming and the show is about to start.

      Posted by trainer on 2006 05 31 at 07:57 PM • permalink
    1. Anti-Semitic blacks? Impossible! Just ask Conyors, Democratic something in the US Congress, or Jesse Jackson, or Al Sharp Sharpton or Cynthia Mckinney, Democratic something in the US Congress, they all have said and will continue to procalim that Blacks are incapable of racism. Oops, the Jews aren’t a race, they are a nation, wait, the Nazis and Muslies claim they are a race, wait, oops, sorry, confused….

      Posted by stats on 2006 05 31 at 08:40 PM • permalink
    1. Tribu-Ka’s leader is Kemi Seba, formerly known as Stellio Gilles Robert, a former member of Nation of Islam in Paris who has previously been indicted for racist incitement.

      Funny how so much hatred seems to come back to NoI.

      Posted by Rob Crawford on 2006 05 31 at 08:56 PM • permalink
    1. Frogs are dribbly lovers.
      Gate up Sydney’s suburb of Bonkstown, can we offer free tickets to Lamb Lebo-non?

      …….“Halimi was captured because the French-Arab and African-Muslim gang who kidnapped him believed that “all Jews are rich.”


      His only sin was that he was a Jew living in Paris.

      Posted by 1.618 on 2006 05 31 at 09:21 PM • permalink
    1. AN Aboriginal teenager is the first person to be charged under Western Australia’s new racial vilification laws after allegedly calling a 19-year-old a “white slut”.

      Re; the Australian

      Just alittle bit different to the Jewish situation.

      Do we all need to go back to our countries of origon like Japan? Then we can bitch about each other without the racism.

      Posted by 1.618 on 2006 05 31 at 09:32 PM • permalink
    1. Re #13 We don’t use ‘Jewish [etc] quarter’ either.
      What next, will they be blamed for being in ghettoes, and so easily targeted?

      There seems little interest in the Australian press in documenting all the clearly anti-Jewish attacks increasing in Europe now.
      Yet we have a large minority of Holocaust survivor families, and we ought to be highly sensitive to this anywhwere.

      Posted by Barrie on 2006 05 31 at 11:30 PM • permalink
    1. #18 Thanks, Debo. I wonder why thr ring-leader is a “former” member of the Nation of Islam? Too wacky even for them? Or has he given up ersatz Islam for the real thing?

      Posted by paco on 2006 06 01 at 12:08 AM • permalink
    1. Lance vindicated yet again!
      Just as well, Lance Armstrong is not Jewish as well as an American.

      The muck raking french journos have done their utmost to villify him and now it looks as if the lab company will be criminally prosecuted.
      I can’t wait for Lance to return and kick their arses again.

      Posted by davo on 2006 06 01 at 01:14 AM • permalink
    1. What! Black racists???
      I don’t believe it!
      I thought only evil white people were racist!
      Well, I would if I believed everything the deluded ABC or SBS had to say on the subject.

      Posted by Brian on 2006 06 01 at 01:15 AM • permalink
    1. Kémi Saba, head of antisemitic vigilante group Tribu Ka, stated (before the capture of Youssouf Fofana, the torturer and murderer of Ilan Halimi—that Jew cellphone salesman—according to Tribu Ka’s own propaganda), “… if you touch just one hair on our brother’s head, rather than allow him to have a fair trial, we will go to work on the curly braids of your rabbis”.
      liberation 31 may.

      Posted by davo on 2006 06 01 at 01:18 AM • permalink
    1. Don’t forget the fault of the civil libertarians: see if interested

      Posted by WeekByWeek on 2006 06 01 at 02:02 AM • permalink
    1. #28, Davo,

      This disturbs me in the same way that the Cartoon Riots disturbed me; i.e., the fact that someone feels perfectly free to make this kind of threat.  It denotes a confidence they have no business feeling.

      The only reason Islamists feel free to threaten any and all who even inadvertently displeases them, is because of an acute moral failure that stops the hand from slapping them into next week for displaying such unmitigated gall.  By doing so, we have emboldened them, thereby increasing the danger to everyone, friend and foe alike.  We do mankind no favor by staying our hand.

      Posted by saltydog on 2006 06 01 at 03:17 AM • permalink
    1. Salty
      When someone dares to speaks up like Alain Finkelraut or Oriana Fallacci, they are attacked mercilessly by the MSM.
      that is so disturbing too.

      What an Amazing Woman !!

      Posted by davo on 2006 06 01 at 04:32 AM • permalink
    1. And of course Fallaci puts the beginning of the mayhrm at the feet of Khomeini, installed by Jimmy Carter and the french Government.
      Fallaci’s interview with Khomeini, which appeared in the Times on October 7, 1979, soon after the Iranian revolution, was the most exhilarating example of her pugilistic approach…….Do believe me: everything started with Khomeini. Without Khomeini, we would not be where we are. What a pity that, when pregnant with him, his mother did not choose to have an abortion.”

      Posted by davo on 2006 06 01 at 04:47 AM • permalink
    1. #32, davo,

      Yes, I know well that everything started with Khomeini.  And Carter, speaking of staying our hand.  Even Reagan flubbed it monumentally on several occasions (the murder of our Marines in Beirut – no consequences; saved Arafat by pulling him out of Lebanon; selling them arms, etc).  George Sr. made a marvelous beginning, only to quit in the middle of the job, though I would say that his worst mistake was setting the precedent of going to the UN for permission (yes, even worse than the deal they made with Saddam, because of the long-term consequences, which we are still paying).  Clinton…well, Clinton just infused the whole situation with greater peril every time he noticed that the citizens he was being paid to protect were being blown up right and left.  When he allowed the Cole to go unanswered, however, he completely ignored an overt act of war and made 9-11 inevitable.

      Is there any need to add on all the kidnappings and murders, terrorist acts, hijackings, and even muslim on muslim murder everywhere you looked?  Not for this crowd.

      All of this since Khomeini and the Iranian Revolution.  Like Hitler, Khomeini told the world over and over just what he had in mind.  Just like Hitler, no one paid him any mind.  I guess that since he died, people thought that his influence died with him.  If one studied Islam, one knew better.  And here we are now, fighting and dying, but still half-asleep and refusing to descipline the disrespectful thugs who dare to threaten us.  Who can blame them, really.

      They’ve been studying us for a long time.  They’ve seen that we placate, and even encourage, the ignorant and unthinking among us, in a sort of dhimmitude to irrationality.  They know they have little to fear from people who continually apologize for their existence.

      And weren’t they right!  Hell, now we even have folks who write up talking points for the enemy to use – folks in the United States Congress.

      I’m just saying that we shouldn’t be laughing about what is happening in Europe.  We have the same vulnerabilities, and we have people who loudly agree with the ideas that eventually started those fires, and started killing Jews again.

      When the best among them are forced out, we can see how bad it really is.  I cannot help but think of the emigres of Europe crowding American shores after Hitler took over in Germany.  And then I think about what it took to blow out that fire.

      Posted by saltydog on 2006 06 01 at 05:27 AM • permalink
    1. Aggressive marches through the Jewish quarter are the very stuff of brownshirted nostalgia and warm (hot?) reminiscence. Must warm the cockles of every fascist’s heart to see the face of hatred so boisterously alive, so undeniably youthful and downright frisky in the true, original, Medieval cradle of anti-Semitism. Now if we could just shut the yids up in their ghettos and burn them like we used to do in the good old 1300’s (((sigh))), well, then we’d really have something. Maybe after we elect some serious Islamic militants to the National Assembly…

      Posted by ekw on 2006 06 01 at 07:00 AM • permalink
    1. 11 Salty

      Collectivism, scepticism, and nihilism

      Take away skepticism and science stops working.  Proper journalism stops working too.

      15 Salty again

      We have the ideas needed to defeat Islamism if only we will look.

      Better not be in too big a hurry to ditch skepticism, then.  Without it there’s no free inquiry.
      Uncle Stoopy’s pious cliche du jour:
      “Cynicism and pessimism are not the same things as skepticism and realism.”
      – somebody, date unk.

      Posted by Stoop Davy Dave on 2006 06 01 at 03:40 PM • permalink
    1. #35, SDD,

      You are confusing critical thought with philosophical skepticism.  I know that this is done in the vernacular, but I was speaking to philosophy.
      The philosophy of Skepticism states that nothing about reality can be known, and if you could know anything about it, you have no way of knowing if it is true.

      It isn’t just science and journalism that wouldn’t exist without critical thought, however, it is mankind itself that wouldn’t exist.  Man survives by the use of his reasoning mind.  If he isn’t using his own, then he’s using someone else’s.

      Posted by saltydog on 2006 06 01 at 04:50 PM • permalink
    1. Salty
      Indeed the watershed was Khomeini. There were significant other events that occured at the time which worked together to ease the path of Islamism and lead to today’s situation.
      Another Intellectual added to the list of those who challenge the immorality is sacked at DePAul Uni.

      Tom Klocek

      Posted by davo on 2006 06 01 at 06:17 PM • permalink
    1. davo,

      So Kolcek was fired for his pro-Israeli statements, but Ward Churchill wasn’t fired for equating the victims of Atta with Eichmann.

      Would somebody ‘slpain to me how this absolute freedom to speak one’s mind on a university campus works?  Never mind.  I’m afraid I understand the perversion all too well.

      Posted by saltydog on 2006 06 01 at 09:20 PM • permalink
    1. 36 Salt-crotes

      The philosophy of Skepticism states that nothing about reality can be known, and if you could know anything about it, you have no way of knowing if it is true.

      Snort!  That’s those “Cartesian Uncertainty” people, innit?  Now there‘s a philosophy with NO practicing adherents, if ever there was one.
      Well if capital-S Skepticism means them, then I reluctantly amend my remarks to refer only to small-s skepticism.

      Posted by Stoop Davy Dave on 2006 06 02 at 12:50 PM • permalink
    1. Hey wait a minute!  I’ve been flim-flammed!  I already WAS (#35) talking about small-s skepticism!  Booooooooooo!  Cheaties!

      Posted by Stoop Davy Dave on 2006 06 02 at 12:52 PM • permalink
    1. 39 That doesn’t look right, or sound right.  Make that “Saltycrotes.”

      Posted by Stoop Davy Dave on 2006 06 02 at 04:54 PM • permalink
    1. #23 Nineteen yr old was asleep in her car when rocks were thrown at it. When asked to desist,said aboriginal girls shouted slut etc etc…

      Posted by crash on 2006 06 03 at 05:34 AM • permalink
    1. In an age when it is considered bad to smack,no matter how lightly or even if little Freddy hits someone else’s kid over the head with a lump of piping -violence seems to be breaking out all over the world.

      Posted by crash on 2006 06 03 at 05:36 AM • permalink
    1. 26 Davo

      I can’t wait for Lance to return and kick their arses again.

      That would be too good for them.  What Lance oughtta do is to start a Tour de Tejas, and schedule it for the same time of year.  Cut the right media deals, recruit lots and lots of American cyclists plus as many Euros as possible, and compete at the business level, and kick their asses at the cash register, where it counts.  He’s got the highest level brand recognition IN that damn race, I’m pretty sure.  Why t.f. should he compete on their turf, after the way they’ve behaved?  Seriously.

      Posted by Stoop Davy Dave on 2006 06 03 at 03:08 PM • permalink

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