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Multiculturalisme et islam en France reportage de CBN

March 21, 2011 by  

Bob Livingston

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  • pete

    I have a solution for this “multiculturalism” …

    The French and Germans need to have an armed citizenry. They need a “2nd Ammendment”. If the citizenry could bear arms they could defend themselves ….

    Hey France ! You let them in …. now shut up and let everyone conceal carry for self-defense !!!

    • Eddie47d

      Weapons have nothing to do with this situation.At this time they would solve nothing and would increase violence. Europe needs to correct their immigration laws and do it fast. Muslims should not be “outlawed” but there has to assimilation within any society. New immigrants should know and be aware of French and German customs and adhere to their laws. If they aren’t willing to learn Europe’s customs then ban them from entering in the first place.

      • Pearljam

        eddie47d is a communist.

  • Jeremy Leochner

    If ever I was threatened or intimidated to leave an area I think it an inspiring act to stay. I dont believe multiculturalism in its spirit is bad. Varity and Diversity of Colors, Creeds, Religions, Ethnicities and beliefs are what I feel makes a country great and strong. Its important of course that all peoples obey basic laws of decency and honor in addition to the stated Civil Laws and rules. Afterall thats the point of law. With all due respect to Mr. Vardon I have often heard those types of theories on immigration and the proposal to learn hand to hand combat as a defense and repellent. However I have only heard such things from extremists like the KKK and The Neo Nazi. My point is I believe with all my heart that what has happened to Mrs. Sardin is cruel and cowardly on the part of those who commit against her. However I feel that Multiculturalism and Islam are not to blame. Rather it is extremists who respect no law and who take advantage of freedoms Multicultualrism provides. That being said outlawing Islamic customs or declaring Multiculturalism a faliure is a response all the bit as extreme. Fighting fire with fire only creates more fire. Perhaps it might work to try fighting fire with water instead.

    • Michael J.

      Jeremy Leochner,
      Typical naive liberal progressive. The problem is that the Muslim’s do not share your uptopian vision of peace signs and “Live and let live”.
      If you do not believe in Islam, you will immediately be labeled
      “Infidel” under Shariah law. You’ll be singing “Kumbaya” while buried neck deep and being stoned to death.

      Grow up… it’s not the 1960′s anymore. The fore father’s of the liberal progressive movement were hippies who got high too escape reality. Trouble is, when they came down reality was still there ready to bite them.

      • Jeremy Leochner

        Michael your right that only a dreamer believes all is perfect. I am not. I do not believe in a perfect world of peace and love. I believe in a world of judging people on their actions rather than their religion. I know muslims-ones who have never called me and have never felt the need to call me an infidel. I have seen countless Muslims speak out against terrorism and exremism. For the sake of argument Sharia Law is not unlike the Ten Commandments one of which says no other gods before me. What does that say about those who dont follow the Christian or Jewish faiths. My point is religous law is not unique to Islam and if an Islamic Extremist does something violent or unjust its not because they are Muslim its because they are an extremist. Trying to make things better by blaming the problems of society on a specific group is no less of a dream then trying to live in peace with everyone.

        • JC

          You obviously didn’t watch the video and if you did…you failed to see what it means.

        • s c

          JL, if you want to get an idea as to how to do it RIGHT, keep tabs on Australia. They’re doing it RIGHT, and Muslims there have been told what to expect and what will NOT be tolerated.
          The false ‘god’ in the White House and his # 1 apologist [Motormouth Biden] have not a clue. They’re too busy sucking up to those who pretend to be their friends. Herr Obummer suffers from many things, and his penchant for being drenched in pc issues is one of his worst problems. Common sense is the solution.

          • Eddie47d

            You could be right about Australia but you have once again used this issue about a French women as a reason to bash Obama.You are more than pathetic and would probably blame Obama for crickets chirping in Nepal.

    • Bryan Waite

      Your are an idealistic fool and your “I think” is nothing more than empty-headed rambling. Multiculturalism doesn’t work – this is why throughout history people were forced to assimilate into a dominant society. Your living in a fools dream.

      • Jeremy Leochner

        Bryan does not the Declaration say All men are Created Equal and the Constitution promise Freedom of Religion. If mutliculturalism is a faliure than the very basis of The United States Republic is a faliure. I apologize for using ambiguous terms like I think. Its simply the truth as I see it.

        • http://?? Joe H.

          Jeremy,
          Then why does it seem to happen where ever there is a large grouping of muslims? These things are happening in Detroit as well!!

          • Jeremy Leochner

            There are a large grouping of muslims in my community and “it” dosen’t happen. If crime or extremism happen in an area with a large perponderance of a particular religous belief or ethnicity or race that cannot serve as a judge of that group and every member of that group. There is definitly a problem with crime, intimidation and threats in the neighborhood in this video but I dont think it pertains to religion. Afterall throughout time imemorial whenever a certain immigrant group has established itself in a certain area if crime or any sort of social issue happens there it is often blamed on that group. Yet time and again history has established that it was more a result of many larger issues than simply a perponderance of a particular group. And each time that group was still allowed to settle eventually they did assimilate by choice rather than by force. In the mean time there must be stricter laws to protect people like Mrs. Sardin, but they must be distinct and judicial so that the victims and their protecters dont become vigilants or aggressors themselves.

        • s c

          J, if America’s republic fails, it won’t be because of any so-called failure stemming from the 18th century. It will stem from 20th century attempts to destroy from within via puppet masters, career criminals who pose as politicians, useful idiots who can’t see any further than titles, money or power and pathetic subhumans who were brainwashed into thinking that a modified form of slavery will be “better” it will have taken many generations for it to bear its evil fruit.
          Read. Think (grow up). Get de-programmed.

          • Jeremy Leochner

            SC I am young and naive but not so much that I dont recognize the presense of bad or corrupt people in the world. With that recognition out of the way how do we respond. I do not believe that because people can take advantage of a Republic that a Republic is a faliure. If there are corrupt politicians we must get more people to vote in any and all elections to help force them out and put honest ones in. If the people are given the truth they will vote accordingly to paraphrase the great Abraham Lincoln. SC the only brainwashing, if you wish to call it, that I was ever given was the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag and Republic of The United States. However I am at liberty to determine what I see as the Republic. I choose the Declaration of Independence and its promise of All men are Created Equal. If honest politicians exsist they can be put in office, if unjust laws exsist they can be undone, if there is good and evil in the world the good can beat the evil, as long as people recognize that all men are created equal our country will have a future.

          • http://?? Joe H.

            jeremy,
            you are 100% right as long as one thing happens. As long as THEY (the muslims) treat ALL as equals, and they don’t!!! I force my religeon on no one!!! they force their religeon on all!! The government even helps them!! There are state and federal funded colleges that have installed foot baths and seperate showers for the muslim population as it is against their religeon to be seen by non-believers!! If my kids even say their prayers out loud in school they are suspended!!

          • Eddie47d

            Jeremy; Joe’s kids have been out of school for 25 years so he is stalking your comments. Yes the left is naive but the right doesn’t listen to reason or even to some of the laws in our own Constitution. They make life more complicated than what it is or even should be. The French (whom the right hates)were to generous to immigrants without realizing how they usurped French laws until it was too late. Muslims in America can enjoy their beliefs and lifestyle but must adhere to our Constitution and public laws. That should be very clear to those who come to America no matter what nationality.It takes time to assimilate but OUR laws need to be obeyed and respected.

          • http://?? Joe H.

            eddie,
            you show your ignorance again!!!! My youngest is 20 years old!!! She must be damn smart to have been out of school for 25 years!!! Ignorant? More like BRAIN DEAD!!!

        • JC

          Jeremy Leochner says:
          March 21, 2011 at 12:15 pm
          Bryan does not the Declaration say All men are Created Equal and the Constitution promise Freedom of Religion. If mutliculturalism is a faliure than the very basis of The United States Republic is a faliure. I apologize for using ambiguous terms like I think. Its simply the truth as I see it.
          ———————————————————————-

          The very basis of the United States is not a failure…it’s never really been implemented. And it sure as hell isn’t getting any better when immigrants come here, not to be Americans, but to destroy us.
          Try to think in more focused terms. Using big huggy, feely analogies is how we ended up where we are. Focus man focus!

          They’re here to destroy us and the faster we recognize it the sooner we correct it.

          • Jeremy Leochner

            JC Who is or are THEY’RE. Not all immigrants are bad people bent on the destruction of the United States and treating all immigrants as though they are will not help stop those who do come to this country with evil intentions.

          • JC

            Our entire immigration policy needs to be reinvented.
            We should start on the southern border. As for Muslims,
            they need to swear an oath to the Flag of the United States of America and the Republic for which it stands.. If that’s a problem for them…they can get right back on the plane.

          • Jeremy Leochner

            JC Every Muslim in the Armed Forces, every Muslim Politician or Civil Servant swears an oath to the United States. Should not any and all immigrants be made to take an oath by that logic. Should all Americans regardless of religion or citizenship take an oath. Saying muslims should take an oath includes citizen and non citizen alike. It lumps them all into one catagory and effectively proclaims Islam to be UnAmerican and UnPatriotic unless accompanied by an oath of allegiance. Should not all religious followers of any religion with a law or set of laws different from the Declaration or Constitution take an oath. Should not then all Religions who have had extremists act in their name take an oath to prove their allegiance. Just because someone is a muslim does not mean they do not follow the stated laws of our country. Why is obeying the law not enough to prove the loyalty of law abiding Muslims.

  • Addendum

    Let’s look at what happens for an average immigrant: he lives far from the rich centers, in an ugly apartment, the schools he sends his children in are full of other immigrants children, he has an unskilled job where he meets other other immigrants, the stores he buys his food are full of immigrants, most often the owners are immigrants too, he watches the national tvs and can hardly find any immigrant speaking – instead they are running on the soccer field – so he may watch satellite tv from the arab world and hear radical preaches. I’m hardly exaggerating, because I haven’t been talking about unemployment and crime, full of immigrants too. You are welcome to throw the stone at them, like most of the white population, yet it won’t change the fact that most immigrants have never been taught the rules of the game.

    The States have their part. These “no-go zones” are the result of cheap housing cumulated with immigration. Hence the ghetto-like neighbourhoods where most immigrants from the poor countries end up. This pattern happens everywhere in Europe. It is pretty logical to have people seeing the world in different ways when they live in worlds apart. Gentrification, which is also happening in some ambitious or lucky families, proves that there is another way to turn things around.

    I am interested in replies from America’s side.

  • s c

    People who preach from the ‘variety and diversity’ pulpit have a most peculiar blind spot in their suicidal “philosophy.” The best example of what happens when you stress the need for open borders and variety and diversity is OLD ROME.
    It’s one thing to bring talents and different approaches to the ‘table of life,’ but when those aspects are more important than the quality and consistency of your country’s LEADERSHIP, you’ll eventually kill yourself.
    In America, variety and diversity are nothing less than twisted features of a Nazi, nation-destroying
    pc mentality. It destroys. It does not build.
    Abort it. Kill it. Destroy it, or it WILL destroy you, your family, your friends and your country.

    • Jeremy Leochner

      SC I am no expert on history or philosophy but wasn’t Nazism founded on intolerance and was it not the rejection of those they deemed “outsiders” what helped cause their downfall. And was not Old Rome destroyed by abandonment of a Republic in favor of an Empire and that the twisted logics of their self appointed rulers helped destroy Rome from within rather than from without. I have no desire to allow people to come into ours or any country and do all they want. That would destroy any semblance of law or order. But laws must be based on Reason and Justice not Prejudice and Subjective fear, anger or misunderstanding. Crime and Extremism are what we have to fear not Variety and Diversity.

      • s c

        J, your mindset is exactly why I rarely go out of my way to try and inform a fence-sitting “moderate,” a socialist, a communist, a fascist or a progressive. If you’re not one of those, you’re close.
        Read, and put some effort into becoming a real ‘student of history. Whatever you’ve “learned” so far hasn’t done much for you. Your country is imploding, and you bring very little to the table for a conversation.

        • Jeremy Leochner

          SC all I am trying to say is that what makes our country great is not what is hurting us. I apologize but in my limited understanding of History it has seemed that Republics fall not from outiside influnce or conquest but when the people within the Republic no longer have faith in the rights of others. They feel compelled to ignore or no longer recognize the rights of those they do not understand or who are not considered normal or assimilated. Such feelings and actions lead to the destruction of a Republic. All I am trying to do is speak up so that I dont hear people start exclaiming all men are created equal except Muslims. The day such a thing as that happens is the day our Republic Implodes.

      • JC

        Jeremy Leochner says:
        March 21, 2011 at 3:57 pm
        SC I am no expert on history or philosophy but wasn’t Nazism founded on intolerance and was it not the rejection of those they deemed “outsiders” what helped cause their downfall.
        ——————————————————————

        The Nazi’s did not import Jews and tell everyone they had to adopt Jewish ways as their own…by law. The Nazi’s set about destroying a culture already part of their own and used the Jews as “the enemy within” in order to galvanize people against a percieved enemy.
        It was a crime of the highest order.

        WE are importing terrorism…there’s a huge difference and I’m starting to think you might just be plain stupid.

        • s c

          JC, try and explain it to JL. I’ve wasted too much time on him as it is. He’s a good example of what happens to people who are addicted to no-think, feel-good concepts.
          Those concepts are powerful narcotics. What makes them so perverse is the fact that they’re ‘free.’

          • Jeremy Leochner

            SC I dont say all men are created equal because it feels good. Saying you should not treat people like criminals or terrorists if their not terrorists dose not seem all that unusual or unreasonable.

        • Jeremy Leochner

          JC is it not classifying immigrants as “the enemy within” by treating them like enemies or outsiders in an attempt to galvanize against a percieved enemy.

        • Jeremy Leochner

          JC I am sorry. I mean no disrespect to you. My only desire in the comparison is simply to point out that treating people from a different country or who are of a different religion or ethnicity as though they are unwanted or unwelcome is unjust no matter what country does it. If the Jews were the percieved enemy of Nazi Germany could not Immigrants be the percieved enemy of France or The United States.

          • JC

            Correct. And there enlies the problem. Europe wasn’t having problems with their Muslim population until it reached a certain saturation point. Then all of a sudden the peaceful ones were out in force demonstrating and denouncing their host countries as evil.
            And since we in the United States value each person as an individual, how do we combat mob rule? Do we wait until we are over run with the problem? Or do we set quotas that limit the influx?

            I have one or two friend that are Muslim too…one from Egypt as a matter of fact. he tells me that he too is worried about massive Muslim immigration as he didn’t come over here just to have the US turned into another 7 century third world country.

            So Jeremy, what to do? I say we severely limit the numbers of immigrants until we at least stabilize our own nation.

      • vicki

        Jeremy Leochner:
        “I am no expert on history or philosophy but wasn’t Nazism founded on intolerance and was it not the rejection of those they deemed “outsiders” what helped cause their downfall.”

        It would appear that the “Religion of peace” is founded on intolerance too. They obviously have no tolerance for the infidel and judging by the video that means everyone not Muslim. (Which of course is exactly what infidel means)

        • Jeremy Leochner

          Vicki I have never called Islam the religion of peace. Just because I say not all muslims are extremists or terrorists does not necessarily mean I think all muslims are peaceful. Neither is true. My point is many Muslims are good people and to many muslims non muslims are not infidels. My muslim friends and those who speak out against terrorism say infidel is not the label of non muslims and whatever their feelings about those who do not believe in Islam it does not determine how they shall treat them-unless of course the muslim individual is an extremist or prejudice which is a personal choice and not determined by wether or not someone is muslim. I think we can all agree its possible to be both extremist and prejudice without being muslim. Unless every single muslim is a terrorist and every single muslim is prejudice towards non muslims and unless not a single muslim professes any kindness or caring to non muslims or proclaims loyalty to nothing but violence and extremism you cannot treat all muslims with suspicion or contempt based on perceptions of muslims or what some muslims have done.

          • http://?? Joe H.

            Jeremy,
            If you think the muslims are nor intolerant, tell your muslim friends that you will listen to one hour from the Koran of they will listen to one hour from the Bible!! Let me know how that turns out for ya!!

    • Eddie47d

      Jeremy; SC is clueless on Nazism and only a troll for right wing extremism. Sounds likes she wants a “pure nation” just like her favorite German figure. I picked up her message at least a year ago.So don’t give up the faith in humanity and to always be angry like so many we have to listen to.

      • Pearljam

        Here he is all you leftie pinkos, eddie47d , your favorite bunkie. He loves himself almost as much as he loves the Communist Party.

  • Addendum

    I forgot to mention a lie in the video. The ban on full veils shall start from April 11th, 2011.

  • John C

    You see the fruit of this religion. They want nothing to do with our society or values, especially spiritual values. They have their own, which obviously doesn’t even work where they’ve come from and through numbers, political correctness and tolerance by the very people we elect and pay to protect our society, we are allowing a third rate mentality to dictate and take over what were once thriving countries and cities. I was in Hong Kong recently and ran into the Muslim section and market. Hong Kong, clean, beautiful and in it’s middle of Muslim population, offensively smelly, both personal hygiene and the market, dirty and hostile. They do not mix. 750 places in France the police and fire won’t go? This is the Muslim society and it is hostile to civilization. Again, you will know them by their fruits. What are those fruits?

  • vicki

    Multiculturalism MIGHT be good but it is clear that Muslims (as depicted) have NO interest in multiculturalism.

  • s c

    Vicki, you seem to have a good grasp of what’s going on via multiculturalism. A question that needs to be asked – and answered and explained by our high priests of pc multiculturalism in Washington – concerns what happens next when the ‘rebels’, Colonel Daffy Godawful and the rest of the Muslim world decide that America is once again exporting “multiculturalism” via ‘democracy.’
    And the high priest of this pre-engineered, social justice, multiculturalism-on-steroids may or may not be a Christian or a Muslim. Straight out of the Twilight Zone, eh? Food for thought – raw, baked or fried.

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