Sunday, November 06, 2005

Cancel the Paris Trip, Honey...

The situation in France just gets worse. We're now up to 10 nights in a row of Molotov-cocktail destruction and it's not just in the Moslem enclaves around Paris any more--it's spread to Denmark, Western France, and Belgium.

Mark Steyn comments:

Today, a fearless Muslim advance has penetrated far deeper into Europe than Abd al-Rahman. They're in Brussels, where Belgian police officers are advised not to be seen drinking coffee in public during Ramadan, and in Malmo, where Swedish ambulance drivers will not go without police escort. It's way too late to rerun the Battle of Poitiers. In the no-go suburbs, even before these current riots, 9,000 police cars had been stoned by ''French youths'' since the beginning of the year; some three dozen cars are set alight even on a quiet night. ''There's a civil war under way in Clichy-sous-Bois at the moment,'' said Michel Thooris of the gendarmes' trade union Action Police CFTC. ''We can no longer withstand this situation on our own. My colleagues neither have the equipment nor the practical or theoretical training for street fighting.''

Back in the history of Europe, these guys were stopped cold by Sobieski just outside Vienna. They also were stopped cold in a naval battle at Lepanto. The French, too stupid to learn from the Poles, (and too enamored with the cheap-labor they imported after WWII,) have a problem: with no will to maintain the integrity and security of their nation (proven in their 'we quit' 2-week war with Hitler) and with no principles on which to shape that will in the first place, may wind up literally ceding parts of France to the Moslems.

Where's Louis XIV when you need him? And will the Poles ride to the rescue again?


Fidei Defensor said...

Europe need only look to history to see how they dealt with these issues before.

You simply can't allow millions of people into your country who want to destroy it.

Dad29 said...

Steyn mentioned Charles Martel in 732 AD, as well. Stopped 'em cold near Tours.