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Wednesday, April 05, 2006

France's Future - Nearer Than We Imagine?


Folks,

This morning, there were some horrific reports and pictures of an upsurge in violence on the streets of Paris - the usual "youths" and "students."

I know that many of us think France is circling the drain pretty darned fast, and that it's entirely possible that much of the rest of "Old Europe" isn't far behind.

There is one Eastern European author, though, who "gets it" and is very, very knowledgeable about Islam. The problem is so worrisome to her that, in view of the ever increasing frequency and intensity of the violence in France, she has written a very compelling novel called "Hatred of the Angels."

Because of the level of PC in Europe, she has been unable to find a publisher. We thought her vision of the future was so important, so educational, that we offered to publish it chapter at a time, about once a month, over at 6thCAJ. So far,three chapters have been published, with about nine to go. The titles of all of them are listed.

If there are any French viewers here, please read this. Chapter One is called "Faith Square," in a place known a long time ago as "Paris," and populated by people who have forgotten their history.

Americans, please note that Chapter Two is called "Ground Zero Mosque." Many of us in the States have been angered by the proposal of George Soros and company to put an anti-West, anti-American "Museum" at Ground Zero. It might as well be the "Ground Zero Mosque."

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3 Comments:

Blogger John Sobieski said...

I've been reading the online novel as it is published. Another fascinating novel is Jean Raspall's Camp of the Saints. Sadly, both will leave you disillusioned with the future if there is not a radical shift in Western leadership to defend Western civilization.

When the MSM was showing the riots today, they had glimpses of the casseurs (the smashers) but pointed out no distinction as though they were a part of the students demonstrating. They are not. They are barbarians terrorizing everyone, scaring the hell out of the students and the police fear them. It is real bad and the media and the French politicians are in complete denial. As if they can make it go away by pretending it is not. Insane.

Wednesday, April 05, 2006 1:48:00 am  
Blogger Cubed © said...

John,

I'm so glad you've been reading this novel. If ever France had a crystal ball to warn her about her future, this is it.

I think I may have heard of Raspall's "Camp of the Saints." Isn't that a novel written quite a few decades ago that predicted much the same fate for France as Scully's novel does today, only because of PC, the Muslims had to be thinly disguised as (get this!) Buddhists or something? If it's the same one, I have to tell you, I just about cracked up when I heard "Buddhists"!

If that's the one I'm remembering, the choice of Buddhists as the disguise for Muslims must have been made as a humorous substitution, given the extreme differences between the two.

It's my hope that between the increasing activity of Muslims in France today, vis a vis at the time of "Camp," and since Scully isn't disguising the enemy one tiny little bit, but rather, is turning it inside out so we can see Islam up close and personal right down to the marrow, it'll be of greater use to readers than "Camp" was. "Camp" was WAY ahead of its time, and unfortunately, in much the same way as the French ignored Servier, they ignored Raspall.

Wednesday, April 05, 2006 2:23:00 am  
Blogger Leap Frog said...

"If that's the one I'm remembering, the choice of Buddhists as the disguise for Muslims must have been made as a humorous substitution, given the extreme differences between the two." -cube.

Agree with you on this, it's a great display of wry humor.

Thursday, April 06, 2006 4:29:00 am  

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