Wednesday, November 18, 2009 18 Comments

Hunting for whites after the cancellation of the release of money

There was recently a disturbance in an area of Paris that is normally much better shielded from the world's slings and arrows: the 7th arrondissement. This created some striking still and moving images which can be viewed, by French speakers, at the racist Frogblog François Desouche. One is at once reminded of that darkest of modern French voices, M. Raspail.

Due to the universal degradation of the 20th-century mind, I am an uneducated boor and have no French. Presumably others here are in the same predicament. Therefore, I thought I would allow Google to translate some of the comments left by various ranids chez M. Desouche. I suspect many of these mots were bons to start with, and Le Goog has only improved them. If you want the original story, it is not bad with TF1.

The article's title:
Hunting for whites after the cancellation of the release of money
There is no text, only video and images. From the comments...

Commentary No. 701 (UNDERDOG):
In countries where Paris will end soon in a can, you are in and all in a garbage can.
Commentary No. 705 (Although anti-Thinking):
It is not Fdesouche of extreme-right, or else it is the reality that is far right!
Commentary No. 713 (chris):
It is their denial of the reality that their farts in the mouth.
Commentary No. 714 (badger):
A little deeper and "the evening of the morning" will be within reach of real people who souffrent.
Commentary No. 715 (Jaime Horta):
I have carefully the article by Daniel Schneidermann very politically correct, which critics are limited to superficial acquaintances politico-media-financial and alleged exploitation of misery.

Unfortunately the causes of this fiasco is much more simple and trivial, measuring the lack of citizenship, in total disregard of others' freedom and physical integrity, as the concealment of the most elementary laws governing collective societies, all with hundreds or thousands of offenders, criminal extravagant unbridled behavior by staggering impunity they enjoy and widely abused.
Commentary No. 721 (Herzl):
Under an unspoken racism on the part of gouvernantsqui is to be perceived as if they were "animals" (or disabled, etc..), We forgive them all. They can shoot at police, burning cars, etc.. Etc..

But one of us raises his voice, uses only one word louder than the other, and it is cooked, it does not forgive him.

IT IS ONLY TO remember the arrogant tone of the officer who stops you in town for a minor offense ... but it is important to "dump" its frustration of not being able to bludgeon the pests that the emmerdent every day!!
Commentary No. 722 (sardoz):
Belle invention, the color photo, the whole world can see the state of France after 40 years of living together and métissolatrie Jacobin.
Commentary No. 726 (Eisbär)
The sores of urban city centers are beginning to feel the spicy breath of youth and diversity of their vivrensembleu soft neck ... My opinion is that requests for exiles, overseas positions and applicants for a destination Erasmus will face a serious inflation in the months and years to come.
Commentary No. 727 (Eisbär):
On the last video image "fugitive" bobo a young female currently in Vélib escape before the troops "of Syldavian humiliated and misunderstood" was born on my dirty face chalk male hetero morning smile any loan of cynicism ...

Reviled or who evil thinks.
Commentary No. 730 (patton):
well me and unfortunately I say that the violence committed by raccaille Afro-magrebhine in the 7th arrondissement is very bien.j hope that residents and shopkeepers will understand that they too do not have the abbri this type of event. I also hope that this will open the yeux. Sur the situation experienced by thousands of their countrymen who are not lucky enough to live in neighborhoods until the solution would be locked up all this scum and deport them and their families by military in the country of their ancestors in withdrawing well on their way to the card itentite "French" and that French nationality as the artcle provides for a civil code. ditto for the "French "Algerian who fouttu brothel in France following the defeat in Algeria. if they love both the country of their parents and who they return and if it still will be the coffin or the bag.
Commentary No. 731 (Dear Rasade):
Have you the link to the picture of the wild with his machete, extract the video of the riot? Thank you to give.
Commentary No. 734 (florent):
What is worrying is that this type of marketing campaign has held in other countries and in France it turns to confrontation.

When we listened to the comments, there was a cultural vacuum recess (we want the mesh ...), a concept of money disconnected from his senses.

Furthermore, they realize the actual cost of things? I mean it's easy to break but how are they able to conceive, create, produce, car, bus, Glass Window?

We meet with monsters consumer but that is disconnected from the reality of the object. They know how to use it but do understand that very few functioning and especially its cost in terms of energy, hard-working people around the world for their offer turnkey.

He does not understand the meaning of the struggle and the commitment to long term, they are in the company of zapping, the instant and instinctual. They want so they will do anything to have. They eat and are in a samsaric any dissatisfaction that grows increasingly angry. They are not adults but eternally young in search of lost again in search of new sensation. They are acculturated people, uprooted for the most part. They are perfect soldier as a leader.

They hate France and the French but French. They hate America but are dressed from head to foot all their bearings and cultures comes from the USA. They report a fascination repulsion toward the West. They live in a world of violence and hate relation between future.

There has listened to conversations, vocabulary (often poor) and use words to understand the mindset. The language is a reflection of an open mind and the way we perceive the world around us.

Once the finding gives what?

We'll have to reclaim neighborhoods and the first political act that is linked to everything else, is the rejection of illegal immigrants (working or not), stop all subsidies associations. Let the French take over the leadership role on its own territory. The right of the soil must also be stopped.

We'll have to sign a social contract for engagement with responsibilities in French society. You do not come in France to do business (that is to say making money after all means) and enjoy benefits.

For young people who were born in France, he will have justice more appropriate. The sanctions must be based on education and redress. You break, you pay and you redo. The money must be taken where it is located (home, car, bank account, social security benefits in the family ...)

For foreigners, the double jeopardy should not be in order, it should be mandatory expulsion, with responsibility for the whole family. When AC deal in the family everyone knows and everyone benefits.

When the next riots that will happen is the weapon with curfew!

For multi juvenile offenders, the army or in Djibouti in the forests of Guiana, with a development project to the key.

There is strong that we will bring calm and tranquility. Because the rate things are going is civil war in less than 10 years, with looting in Paris al'arrive!
Commentary No. 743 (Zombienation):
Henceforth, and in agreement with the City team, any public event involving at least 100 people is not recommended for Caucasians. We invite you to celebrate the music in you, dancing to the Techno Parade in front of your TV to show your couch.
Commentary No. 756 (Rosco):
Basically, those who are most to blame in such case, it is the fds. All these different, they do their job: their thing is to make runs to Paris and to attack anything that moves. They love it and would be wrong to deny, since nobody's stopping them seriously.

Opposite, the cops, who should rust at all is, simply to arrest two or three. Judges release them instead to exercise the utmost severity. Media defend them and wallow in denial of reality. Policies refuse to take their responsibilities. And fds base continue to vote UMPS.

In short, we have what we deserve. I hate the different, but I can not blame them for doing exactly what I'd do it for them. When there's an open bar, would be stupid for ordering a perrier and request the bill.
Commentary No. 761 (Stay Behind):
To calm the animal, he must let go, not the money, but real cats.
Anyway. This is just from the top page. Clearly, I could go on forever. Let me add one more:

Commentary No. 116 (Claudy):

For me I found myself caught in the middle of the riot at any time, and I am amazed at the gap that may exist (as usual) between what I saw my eyes and what the media reported.

What they call "degradation of urban furniture" and "angry people" were actually strips of black armed with crutches came exclusively to vandalize and rob people. I have witnessed attacks on people for their camera or camera, these people face in blood does not seem to understand what happens to them.

The most outrageous is that the police were visible throughout the riots, some companies have invested boulevards after 2h, when everything was finished ...

So as usual tonight at 20h information will be a brief 20 seconds before entering the main subject and elementary imposed by the media: the football god.

And too bad for the victims of blood I saw, too bad for traders whose window was shattered, so much the worse for mothers asphyxiated in gas tear gas, never mind the tourists who will never return in Paris ...

I noticed that it happens for a very long time: the police are back, the media obscure the subject, and the victims?

They do not care.
Fortunately, here at UR, we do care! Ah, our human liabilities...


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't want to dismiss the gravity of this story, but it's kind of lame to see you, an excellent long form stylist, post something that more prosaic, topical bloggers like Auster generally tend to focus on.

November 18, 2009 at 12:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

whats is up with all the whining in the comments lately?

MM please don't stop writing.

November 18, 2009 at 2:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah man! More Google translations of other blogs' comments please! This is the good stuff!

November 18, 2009 at 3:01 PM  
Blogger Thrasymachus said...

Moldbug, what's dark about Raspail? What's dark about the truth? It's not dark or light, it just is.

South Africa Sucks is now down, after the arrest on trumped up charges of the blogger. Apparently actual crime scene and autopsy photos of crime victims in South Africa was too much for the authorities.

November 18, 2009 at 3:12 PM  
Anonymous Jim said...

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November 18, 2009 at 3:31 PM  
Anonymous anon coward said...

fyi - the world's finest r8cist site has been restored - outside SA with new commentators.

November 18, 2009 at 4:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

what did the censored post say?

November 18, 2009 at 4:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i'm referring to

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This post has been removed by a blog administrator.

November 18, 2009 3:31 PM

November 18, 2009 at 4:10 PM  
Anonymous SV said...

I have taken the liberty of posting them a link to download 'RACE, ÉVOLUTION ET COMPORTEMENT Une perspective sur l'histoire de vie'.

November 18, 2009 at 5:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The deleted comment contained a link to a post critical of Mencius.

November 18, 2009 at 6:11 PM  
Anonymous Watertight Compartment said...

"Due to the universal degradation of the 20th-century mind, I am an uneducated boor and have no French."

Non, c'est a cause de votre pays, pas l'annee de votre naissance.

Plug that into Babelfish, why don'tcha?!

Anyway, I wonder how many garbled, well-nigh unreadable comments the average reader made it through before giving up? I was at about 4 or 5.

I regard this post as the blogging equivalent of a raised middle finger.

November 18, 2009 at 6:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

When the release of money is canceled in the USA, whitey better be heavily armed.

November 18, 2009 at 6:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi MM,

I live in Luxembourg -- thanks for keeping us briefed on the decline and fall of our next door neighbour. The camp of the saints draws ever closer.

BTW the website 'Francois DeSouche' is a play on 'Francais de souche', i.e. 'people of French origin', as opposed to French passport holders.

Carolus Obscurus

November 18, 2009 at 7:27 PM  
Blogger Mitchell said...

Riots in Paris are not a new thing.

November 18, 2009 at 7:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

When the release of money is canceled in the USA, whitey better be heavily armed.

What does "the release of money" mean? Is that just an awkward construction for handing out money i.e. welfare, or something?

November 18, 2009 at 7:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What does "the release of money" mean? Is that just an awkward construction for handing out money i.e. welfare, or something?

The rabble was mad because it didn't get its free money that was gonna be handed out as a publicity stunt:

Rioting also took place in downtown Paris on Saturday. This incident had nothing to do with the Algerian event but was the result of a publicity stunt by a commercial company. It seems that an organization called Mailorama was set to distribute 40,000 euros to whomever... It seems to have been a publicity gimmick that has been tried before in other countries, including the U.S.

At any rate, Mailorama cancelled its money distribution, and as so often
happens nowadays when there are crowds in Paris, all hell broke loose.

November 18, 2009 at 9:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Riots in Paris are not a new thing.
The Paris Commune is very well known. The silly May 1968 crap was very trivial compared to the Stavisky riots:

November 19, 2009 at 11:42 AM  
Anonymous StMarc said...

While I am always disappointed in anything less than a full MM broadside, I must agree with him that this was both relevant and, more important, highly Amusing. "Le Goog has only improved them," indeed.

November 20, 2009 at 8:56 AM  

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