Monday, April 21, 2014

Native French under attack

CBN has broadcast a report on anti-white racism in France (hat tip: Gallia Watch). It's pleasing that a major media outlet has gone outside the expected narrative in which it is assumed that whites are the perpetrators rather than the victims.

The report begins with video of white French people being attacked by gangs of young immigrant (mostly Muslim) men. It then notes that there are "no go" areas in France into which even the police are reluctant to venture.

Interestingly, the report then quotes a sociologist, Tarik Yildiz, who is of Turkish origin but has written a book about anti-white racism in France:
"Some of those who launch racist attacks on whites use Islam as the reason they do it. They may not even speak Arabic, but they still use Islam as a 'flag,'" Tarik Yildiz, a French sociologist, said.

Yildiz, author of the book, Anti-White Racism, is not native French but is the son of Turkish immigrants.

"My book is viewed as politically incorrect and breaks a taboo: the idea that immigrants could oppress whites," Yildez said.

The report suggests that one reason for the mass influx of immigrants into France is that the left there sees immigrants as an important voting bloc. Indeed, 93% of Muslims in France voted for the socialist President Francois Hollande at the last elections. They voted for Hollande even though he represents a radical secular liberalism that is at odds with Islam.

Finally, the report notes that the French state is helping to finance a mosque in Paris which is called "Conquest."


  1. Most probably every liberal would qualify this article as "racist" and "fascist". The only response you can hear from them when you speak about immigration/cultural issues.

    1. Yes, right now many left-liberals would seek to put the article "beyond the pale" because it contradicts a core aspect of modern left-liberalism, which is to see whiteness as an oppressor category (as a key aspect of why inequality exists). However, reality often shows something very different and we should continue to highlight this fact; we might not convert those already deeply committed to the left-liberal view, but we might influence those new to politics or those on the edges of the left. Furthermore, it's important not to sow the seeds of doubt into the left-liberal milieu wherever possible. We have to try to reduce left-liberalism as far as possible to what it is, which is part political ideology and part lifestyle community boundary marker.

  2. "They voted for Hollande even though he represents a radical secular liberalism that is at odds with Islam."

    What the Left just can't see is that Muslim support for parties of the Left is merely tactical voting. They will support the Left until they have sufficient numbers no longer to need to do so. Then they will turn on the Left with ferocious savagery. I'd give it maybe another decade before we see Muslim Brotherhood-type parties becoming a major political force in western countries.