Racist Bastards spray paint anti-Jewish Nazi swastikas in France

The Jerusalem Post (www.jpost.com) reports that racist bastards spray painted anti-Jewish Nazi swastikas in France:

Racist bastards spray anti-Jewish Nazi symbols in France

Tombs vandalized in eastern France

Vandals spray-painted swastikas and Nazi-related inscriptions on about 30 tombstones overnight at a cemetery in eastern France where no Jews are buried, police said Tuesday.

The markings, the latest anti-Jewish vandalism in France, were discovered at a municipal cemetery in the small town of Genlis, about 15 kilometers (9 miles) from Dijon, police said. Authorities opened an investigation, and it was not immediately clear who carried out the attacks.

The government says the number of anti-Semitic acts in France appears to have rebounded this year, with 166 counted in the first nine months of 2004, compared to 127 for all of last year. In 2002, Interior Ministry officials counted 195 such acts.

In the last French elections, Communist and other parties on the extreme left received roughly 17% of the vote. The neo Nazi National Front and other fascist parties received over 20% of French vote. France also has a large Muslim population which is very alienated from western principles of Democracy and freedom but is more in line with fanatical Islamic religious values.

If you add it up you realize that almost 50% of France (17% + 20% + 10% = 47%) is an extreme leftist, a fascist from the extreme right, or someone who probably supports Islamic Supremacists from Al-Qaeda or the Palestinian Islamic Jihad.

It is therefore no surprise that these bastards (and France as a whole) hate the United States of America, Israel, or any other western democracy that fights Communism, Nazism or Islamic Supremacism.

I copy below the results from the last French election, including the first and second round. If you haven't already done so, please start the boycott of French products; click here for more details.

Elections in France http://www.electionworld.org/france.htm

Official name: République Française (French Republic)

Executive: President: Jacques Chirac (1995/2002) RPR Prime minister: Jean-Pierre Raffarin (2002) DL The president is elected for a five year term by the people. The government is formed by the UMP and UDF. France is a member of the European Union.

President: 21 april and 5 may 2002 71.6 resp. 79.7 %) % %

Jacques Chirac - Rassemblement pour la République 19.9 82.2
Jean-Marie le Pen - Front National 16.9 17.8
Lionel Jospin - Parti Socialiste 16.2 -
François Bayrou - Union pour la Démocratie Française 6.8 -
Arlette Laguiller - Lutte Ouvrière 5.7 -
Jean-Pierre Chevènement - Pôle Républicain 5.3 -
Noël Mamère - Les Verts 5.2 -
Olivier Besancenot - Ligue Communiste Révolutionnaire 4.2 -
Jean Saint-Josse - Chasse, Pêche, Nature, Traditions 4.2 -
Alain Madelin - Démocratie Libérale 3.9 -
Robert Hue - Parti Communiste Français 3.4 -
Bruno Mégret - Mouvement National Républicain 2.3 -
Christiane Taubira - Parti Radical de Gauche 2.3 -
Corinne Lepage - Citoyenneté Action Participation pour le 21ème siècle 1.9 -
Christine Boutin - Forum des républicains sociaux 1.2 -
Daniel Gluckstein - Parti des Travailleurs 0.5 -
Source: Yahoo France and Rulers. Citoyenneté Action Participation pour le 21ème siècle (Citizenshop Action Participation for the 21st Century; Forum des républicains sociaux (Forum of Social-Republicans, conservative Parti des Travailleurs (Workers' Party, trotskist.

Parliament: The Parlement (Parliament) has two chambers. The Assemblée Nationale (National Assembly) has 577 members, elected for a five year term in single seat-constituencies. The Sénat (Senate) has 331 members, 319 elected for a nine year term from departemental electoral colleges consisting of the national and elected representatives of the department, one third of them renewed every three years, and 12 members by the Conseil Supérieur des Français de l'Étranger (High Counsil of French Citizens living abroad), a 150 members assembly elected by the citizens living abroad. The group alignment in the Senate is different from the alignment in the National Assembly, so the results are given in separate tables.

Assemblée Nationale: 9 and 16 june 2002 (64.4 % and 60.7 %) % 577

Union pour la majorité presidentielle UPM 33.7 357
Parti Socialiste PS 24.1 140
Front National FN 11.3 -
Union pour la Dèmocratie Française UDF 4.8 29
Parti Communiste Français PCF 4.8 21
Les Verts Verts 4.5 3
Diverse Right) DD 3.7 9
Chasse, Pêche, Nature, Traditions CPNT 1.7 -
Parti Radical de Gauche PRG 1.5 7
Ligue Communiste Révolutionnaire LCR 1.3 -
Lutte Ouvrière LO 1.2 -
Pôle Républicain PR 1.2 -
Other Ecologists 1.2 -
Mouvement National Républicain MNR 1.1 -
Diverse Left DVG 1.1 6
Mouvement pour la France MPF 0.8 1
Diverse 0.8 1
Rassemblement pour la France RPF 0.4 2
Regionalists 0.3 1
Source: Ministery of the Interior

Sénat: 26 September 2004 331

Union pour un Mouvement Populaire UMP 156
Parti Socialiste (including Les Verts) PS 97
Union Centriste (Centrist Union, mainly UDF) UC 33
Communist, Républicain et Citoyen (Communist, Republican and Citizen, mainly PCF) CRC 23
Rassemblement Démocratique et Social Européen b>(Democratic and Social European Rally, mainly RAD and PRG) RDSE 15
Aucun - 7
Source: Jerome Sterkers. Main political parties: Chasse, Pêche, Nature, Traditions (Hunting, Fishing, Nature, Traditions) Citoyenneté Action Participation pour le 21ème siècle (Citizenship Action Participation for the 21st Century): centrist ecologist party Front National (National Front, xenophobic) Génération Ecologie (Ecology Generation): liberal ecologist party Les Verts (The Greens): ecologist party Ligue Communiste Révolutionnaire (Revolutionary Communist League): trotskist party Lutte Ouvrière (Workers’ Struggle): Trotskist party Mouvement Ecologiste Indépendant (Independent Ecologist Movement) Mouvement National Républicain (National Republican Movement): right-wing populist party Mouvement pour la France (Movement for France): national catholic party Mouvement Républicain et Citoyen (Republician and Civic Movement): national social-democratic party Parti Communiste Français (French Communist Party): communist party Parti Radical (Radical Party): liberal party Parti Radical de Gauche (Left Radical Party): social-liberal party Parti Socialiste (Socialist Party): social-democratic party Pôle Républicain (Republican Pole): left-wing populist party Rassemblement pour la France (Rally for France): nationalist party Union pour la Dèmocratie Française (Union for the French Democracy): centrist party Union pour un Mouvement Populaire (Union for the People's Movement): conservative party, took part in the elections as the electoral alliance Union pour la majorité presidentielle (Union for the Presidential Majority), formed by the Rassemblement pour la République (Rally for the Republic) and the Démocratie Libérale (Liberal Democracy)

Other parties on the net: [Resource: Annuaire des Partis Politiques/Yahoo France/Open Directory] Alliance Royale (Royal Alliance) Alternative Libertaire (Libertarian Alternative) Démocratie Socialiste (Socialist Democracy) Droite Libérale Chrétienne (Christian Liberal Right) Écologie Sociale (Social Ecology) Energies Démocrates (Democrates Energies) Fédération Anarchiste (Anarchist Federation) Gauche Révolutionnaire (Revolutionary Left) Groupe Socialiste Internationaliste (Internationalist Socialist Group) Les Alternatifs (The Alternatives) Organisation Communiste Libertaire (Libertarian Communist Organization) Parti Blanc (White Party) Parti Constitutionel Parti de la Loi Naturelle (Natural Law Party) Parti Fédéraliste (Federalist Party) Parti Humaniste (Humanist Party) Parti Néo-Socialiste (Neo-Socialist Party) Rassemblement Social et Libéral (Social and Liberal Rally) Restauration Nationale (National Restoration) Minor parties in Alsace-Lorraine: Nationalforum Elsaß-Lothringen/Forum Nationaliste d'Alsace-Lorraine (National Forum Alsace-Lorraine) Minor parties in Brittany: Emsav Broadelour Brezhon (Breton Nationalist Movement) Mouvement de la Gauche Indépendantiste - Emgann (Movement of the Independentist Left - Battle) Mouvement Régionaliste de Bretagne (Regionalist Movement of Brittany) Parti pour l'Organisation d'une Bretagne Libre (Party for the Organisation of a Free Britanny) Union Démocratique Bretonne (Breton Democratic Union) Minor parties in Corsica: Accolta Naziunale Corsa (Corsican National Rally) Corse Nouvelle (New Corsica) Corsica Nazione (Corsica Nation) Muvimentu di a Manca Naziunale (Movement of the National Left) Minor parties in Normandy: Parti pour la Normandie Indépendante (Party for Independent Normandy) Minor parties in Occitania: Partit Nacionalista Occitan (Occitan Nationalist Party) Partit Occitan (Occitan Party) Minor parties in Savoie: Ligue Savoisienne/Liga de la Savouè (Savoyan League)

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Most wannabe nazi morons dont even know what a damned aryan is (a full-blooded western europeon) and I doubt that any of them have an ounce of aryan blood.

Posted by: Javier Zesati at April 21, 2005 12:44 PM

Yep....your comments about the French election results certainly seem to confirm to me what a group of odd balls live over in that country??? How do you have a neo-nazi movement in a country that the Nazi's overran and humiliated just a generation before?? Oh well....how French. No wonder the French jews are moving to Israel and the USA. It is terrible that those conditions exist, but from a selfish standpoint as an American, how lucky for us that people who are the scientists, doctors, humanitarians, etc. are coming here.....and the country of France keeps all those other elements in France like puss inside an inflamed boil on the buttocks of humanity.

Posted by: dbowie007 at October 10, 2005 07:51 PM

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