Clowns & Jokers

Stuck in the middle.... Left, right, centre. It's a mess out there.

Saturday, May 12, 2007

and lastly....'Eurabia'

"The possibility that some smelly little jihadi is looking at his computer screen, laughing and saying to his friend; "Look Ahmed.... They hate each other as much as they hate us.... this is going to be easy!", is perhaps not as remote a possibility as people may think. Some people need to get a fucking grip" (commenter at LGF)


Rightwing blogging doesnt seem to be about circulating whats hopeful and monopolising the propaganda war or battling the issues. Whereas it should be. I often think the Left and Right, the anti religious and the mod-religious DO need to converge on issues cleverly, if those issues are to be shouted down. The issue being islamic nuttism.


Some of the issue is down to the fact that the Establishment is comprised mostly of White Self Loathing Middle Class PC Liberals - so to be anti establishment or rebellious is to be in many ways anti-PC, anti-Islam, anti-everything. Where the Left have been slogan driven the Right now seem to be following.


Its not just about uncovering what the media misses anymore - its about hoping for the very worse to prove your point about it even if that is dangerously contributing to the issues you hate (eg the self loathing, hand wringing PC and anti democratic forces be they in your view Islam, the EU or New Labour or a useful combination of all three!).


And sometimes the arguments are not all they are cracked up to be. France is one such issue where people actually seem to be hoping for the very very worse. The issues -which are certainly there - sometimes get hyped out of all proportion by all the hyperventilating. The fact that most of the recent rioting occured in central Paris and was by white anarchists in the throws of extreme leftwing '68 throwback chic, or that France suffers from a deep underlying racism (but theyre secular socialists.. so say it aint so!?) which has long affected jobless North African third and fourth generations, slips on by.



And gives smelly gangstaboy-jihadiz an unnecessary sense of superiority.


"According to the information in our possession, Muslims voted in more or less equal numbers for both candidates - Sarkozy and [Socialist contender Segolene] Royal in Sunday's run-off..." says the head of the Islamic Council ...that Sarko cleverly set up a few years back and which consequently are very on board with the guy. If you look at the interactive voting map of the regions below, its pretty interesting overall.


And so much for Sarko being racist.


French footballer player Lilian Thuram has something to say on the above.

"Stop. There are many other means of being heard more effectively. We live in a society full of prejudices, this violence reinforces them whereas they should be fought.(...) people revolt when there is injustice...but Nicolas Sarkozy was elected democratically....and (contrary to what he was saying in a debate on racism that was too often 'banalise' )...what he is saying now is pretty good"








First there was Thatcherism...followed by Son of Thatcherism - Blairism...followed by not too distant French Hungarian cousin ....Sark-asm

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5 Comments:

At Tuesday, 15 May, 2007, Blogger Sir Percy said...

I've always enjoyed your writing, Alison, particulary as I too share an interest in France.

I find your independent style refreshing - you've never slavishly followed one particular line. For example, I can recall a conversation we had about your experiences with arab youths in Paris, which was both interesting and illuminating.

Idiots aren't confined to one particular corner of the political spectrum - we encounter them everywhere, as in all other walks of life.

The converse is also true. You can of course find good people on the left of politics as well as on the right.

The problem is that sometimes, people lose their way.

I think that's happened here in the UK. Many of subjects written about on my forum could be viewed as being caused by a massive crisis of confidence.

People have stopped acting like adults.

There are many reasons why that could be the case: loss of status on the world stage, the gradual emascualtion of the British government by the EU, the fragmentation of British society, the breakdown of society itself etc.

These are all important subjects that need to be written about.

Take a break by all means but I sincerely hope that you dont stop writing forever.

You're simply too damn good!

Nick B.

 
At Friday, 24 August, 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sarkozy, Friend of Spain

 
At Friday, 24 August, 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sarkozy, amigo de espaƱa

 
At Tuesday, 12 May, 2009, Blogger joshua said...

This post is like a breath of fresh air. It is very enjoyable. Keep blogging!

 
At Tuesday, 12 May, 2009, Blogger joshua said...

This post is like a breath of fresh air. It is very enjoyable. Keep blogging!

This is Joshua from Israeli Uncensored News

 

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