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‘The American Intelligence Community has finally
done to the USA
what they have been doing all around the world’.


Thursday, October 11, 2007


The short answer is

1) determine who the Islamists are,

2) deport the Islamists,

3) sit back and watch who complains,

4) deport them as well,

Rinse and repeat as necessary.

France, like many other countries in the Western world, has a real Islamist problem on its hands. Now that they have elected Nicolas Sarkozy as their President, they have a fighting chance of fixing their problem.

But, check this out. In France, there are over 700 neighborhoods which have been determined, by the government, to be "no-go-zones", which means the police won't even bother to enter those neighborhoods:

Bordeaux. Aix-en-Provence. Arles. Nice. Paris, City of Light and all that. How they capture the imagination. History, architecture, wonderful food and wine, civilization and its refinements.
Only, they and more than 700 other cities and towns in France include what are called Zones Urbaines Sensibles (ZUS). No, not "sensible urban areas." Sensible translates more accurately as "sensitive." That is, n0-go areas for police and non-North African, non-West African, or non-Muslim French people.

According to Daniel Pipes, they are "places in France that the French state does not control. They range from two zones in the medieval town of Carcassone to twelve in the heavily Muslim town of Marseilles, with hardly a town in France lacking in its ZUS.

The ZUS came into existence in late 1996 and according to a 2004 estimate, nearly 5 million people live in them."This information was published late last year, but in case you missed it (as I did), it's worth taking a look. I had no idea how extensive these enclaves are.

These ZUS aren't just a journalistic or popular name. They're officially recognized by the French government.

Here is a link to an interactive list.

They are ordered by départements, jurisdictions more or less equivalent to English counties or Canadian provinces.

To see any of the maps, click on "carte" to the right of the location name. You can then zoom in to a fairly detailed resolution. The red-bordered area in each map is the ZUS.

Now, the good news. Nicolas Sarkozy is beginning to do what needs to be done. He has ordered that 25,000 Muslims be deported from France this year (from the International Herald Tribune):

Sarkozy, who was interior minister during the riots that shook France in 2005, gained a reputation for toughness after setting ambitious quotas for the deportation of illegal immigrants and passing two laws to restrict immigration. Last year he made waves by echoing a slogan of Jean-Marie Le Pen, the anti-immigration leader of the far-right National Front: "France, love it or leave it."

Hortefeux, who announced Monday that for the second year in a row the government's deportation target would be 25,000 people, is one of the president's closest allies. His ministry, which focuses on immigration and "national identity," caused controversy during the presidential campaign when Sarkozy proposed it.

Now, of course, this article only cites the idea that Sarkozy intends to deport 25,000 "illegal immigrants. However, if one follows the narrative of the article, one can clearly see that these illegals are tied to the riots of 2005. They are the "youths".

In short, they are the Muslims.

This is the beginning of the long goodbye which the West will be saying to its Muslim population in the coming years.

We are only beginning to see the controversy here in the West. Just you wait until we start doing what is truly necessary.
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Blogger Rick Darby said...

Sarkozy has the right idea, but there will be plenty of people in his own government — not to mention the opposition — who will try to undercut it. See here.

Thursday, October 11, 2007 5:29:00 pm  
Blogger Pastorius said...

You're right about that. He only managed to get about 10,000 deported last year.

Thursday, October 11, 2007 6:14:00 pm  
Blogger Yid With Lid said...

Gee it sound like France needs Rudy He cleaned up NY he can clean up France

Friday, October 12, 2007 1:16:00 am  
Blogger Pastorius said...

Sarkozy ain't bad, but you're right, Rudy would be even better.

Friday, October 12, 2007 5:34:00 am  

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