More on Paris streets and Islamic primacy

Here is a new video showing a discussion between a photographer/reporter trying to show how Muslims take over public sidewalks, and Muslim ‘security’ people claiming he has no right to film on a public sidewalk. I am working on finding a translator now and hope to have this video up with English titles soon. Thanks to Atlas for having this and H/T to Cloudberry for hipping me to it.

Muslims in Paris show true agenda from Vlad Tepes on Vimeo.

The Muslims take over the Paris streets for Friday prayers. They block off roads, put their rugs out on the sidewalk as well as the street, deprive shop owners of business for two and a half hours, deprive residents of the street from entering or leaving their apartments for that time. Look how aggressive they get with the camera man. (Note: no women.)
Click over to get the rest. I will try and get this subtitled at some point today if I can find a French volunteer.

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

5 Replies to “More on Paris streets and Islamic primacy”

  1. Could they not use legal means like an injunction to prevent this. If that produces a riot then how about a few pigs being placed on the streets. Not live ones as that is cruel. But just some pig scultures etc. Perfectly legal and it could be taken up by an artist who is into that kind of pig work. Alternatively a rumour could be spread that pigs blood has be spilled onthe pavement. Just paint will do as I do not beleive in cruelty to pigs or animals in general. Alternativly do they not biker gangs in paris. This could not happen then if gangs turned up and stated roaring up and down the road.

  2. The answer is clear. No pig sculptures, no fake pig blood, no roaring motorcycles. Simply apply the law of the land. France has laws that are applicable to all; they just need to be applied and enforced.

    There is no need to confound or confuse the situation. Trolley them up, charge them with criminal code offenses and get them off the street. Religion is no defense for breaking the law and Islam is not exempt.

  3. Grace you are absolutely right. People and governments need to remember that legal protection for religion in western nations always meant that people were free to practice their religion privately free of state interference. It never meant, nor was it ever meant to mean, that people could make up whatever rules they wanted and enforce them on others and claim it was a right given by religious freedoms. However. as governments seem reluctant to use the mandate on force they actually have, unless of course ordinary citizens decided to enforce the law, then we would see them arresting and beating us wily nilly, there is one other thing they might try. If several hundred French people posing as tourists went to that area every Friday and took pictures of the Muslims while making cooing noises about how quaint it all is and how wonderful, and had picnics with wine cheese and various kinds of ham, I think these fucks would go back into the mosques where they belong. If we made them into a tourist attraction and enough people went to admire them like a museum display while flagrantly disregarding their various prohibitions, I think that can work.

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