Friday, May 12, 2006

Le Pen fined for telling the truth!

The French government has shown that it is ready to punish those who try and warn their fellow countrymen about the perils of Islamic mass migration. Yesterday former Presidential candidate and leader of the French Front National, Jean Marie Le Pen was fined €10,000 (£6,800) after being convicted of inciting “racial hatred” for telling a newspaper in 2003 that Muslims would one day control France.

The ruling by the Court of Cassation came just over two years after Le Pen was originally convicted in the same case. In February 2005, an appeals court confirmed the 2004 ruling against M. Le Pen. In addition the FN Leader was ordered to pay €5,000 (£3,400) in interest and damages to the League of Human Rights, which had filed the suit.

Despite its grand sounding name the League is essentially a minority-supremacist organisation that advances the interests of the mostly North African, Muslim community in France at the expense of liberty and financial cost to majority French taxpayers.

At the very worst, M. Le Pen's comments are a personal opinion which, like all personal opinions are valid in a democratic society, but his words of warning are based on facts, hard facts, facts which the French government would prefer to ignore rather than discuss and tackle. Even if current levels of immigration were to cease, the differential birth rates which exist between French natives and Islamic migrants would mean a Muslim majority some time this century.

Official figures are hard to find because French authorities do not employ ethnic monitoring. 1990
figures showed that Moroccan women were giving birth to 3.5 children; Tunisian women, 4.2 ; compared to just 1.3 for non-Muslim French women. “Telegraph” columnist Barbara Amiel has even suggested that the demographic point of no return will be in 25 years time.

Those of us living under regimes where “the truth is no defence”; whether France, America or the UK, every one of us who is prepared to discuss openly the dangers facing our respective nations faces censure and punishment from the tyranny of political correctness.

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