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Cancer in our society III: Lebanonisation of France

15% of the nation of France is now Muslim.  Currently we read of and see reports of racism against white French nationals, and for the first time since World War II an anti-Semitic pogrom. July 20th was also the anniversary of the “Vel d’Hiv Round-up”. This was the mass arrest of Jews in Paris in 1942 by the French police under the supervision of the Nazis. Kristallnacht “Crystal Night” was the night of November 9–10, 1938, when German Nazis attacked Jewish persons and property. Is this happening again?

On July 21, Meyer Habib, a MP representing French citizens living in Israel, said that “an atmosphere of Kristallnacht” spreads over the country. Many French Jews agree.1

Where are those with the courage and faith in Jesus Christ, who died for all mankind, to not only stand up and speak out against this evil but also to act against it?

“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.” —attributed to William Burke

Update 28 July 2014

On Pamela Geller’s website an article discusses Hamas using children to build their tunnels to inflict terror/slaughter/murder on innocent Israelis. This gives you some indication of the depth of the problem that the Jews have, that Israel has and the whole non-Muslim world has. The problem of anti-Semitism and anti-white (Western) racism is now everywhere.

How can you overcome this type of thinking? I know only one means, and that is a change of heart, which can only come through yielding oneself to the power of the Lord Jesus Christ. But for those who follow this evil path of jihad I shudder to think of the judgement that they will ultimately receive. It may be too late for France but other Western countries need to act now.


1. Paris’s Kristallnacht,

By John Gideon Hartnett

Dr John G. Hartnett is an Australian physicist and cosmologist, and a Christian with a biblical creationist worldview. He received a B.Sc. (Hons) and Ph.D. (with distinction) in Physics from The University of Western Australia, W.A., Australia. He was an Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Outstanding Researcher Award (DORA) fellow at the University of Adelaide, with rank of Associate Professor. Now he is retired. He has published more than 200 papers in scientific journals, book chapters and conference proceedings.

2 replies on “Cancer in our society III: Lebanonisation of France”

This film is close to reality. The word “Lebanonisation” is however rarely used in France; we prefer “Islamisation” or more and more “Dhimmisation”.
In France there is indeed a lot of anti-white racism. The mainstream opinion is sadly that by definition only whites can be racists. A growing trend is even that all whites are racists! The “proofs”: the crusades and the inquisition; as it was the core or even the whole of the christianity. Therefore the equation is racist=white=christian. Now many christian are ashamed to be christian. Meamwhile islam is growing, because it is supposedly open and balanced. Politics are proud to begin or end ramadan with muslims.
What solution now? All politics offer “la laïcité”. It is secularism and atheism. More and more french christians believe in it. Its first and main point: never tell anyone you are christian, it is private matter. In this film you have few people from “Riposte laïque”.
““an atmosphere of Kristallnacht” spreads over the country” is indeed correct to describe the attitude of France toward jews and christians.

On one side a growing number christians want the Lord Jesus to come and get us soon, but on the other side it is difficult for a lot to accept the world is THAT bad, particularly in France/europe that were officially christian for so many centuries. A number of christians think “if the world is that bad, it means Satan triumphed on God, which is impossible! Therefore every people and opinion in France is still christian.”.

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I agree the terms “Islamisation” and “Dhimmisation” are more well known. Though I was interested to hear the term “Lebanonisation” because it gives the impression of the Islamisation of “white” peoples, i.e. fair skinned people like many once were in Lebanon. Also the connection that Beirut was once called the ‘Paris of the East’. The trend that occurred in Lebanon of the Muslim Brotherhood ethnically cleaning the nation of the Christians turning it into now a predominantly Islamist state is striking, and a lesson not to be forgotten. Just ask Brigitte Gabriel


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