Since the announcement of the Charlie Hebdo massacre, the government, and even the whole system, have initiated a major generalized misinformation campaign.
They reacted the fastest and strongest possible way as it is for them a matter of life or death. From an emotional shock and a stunning effect which is only possible when sentimentality and the heart overwehlm the mind and reasoning, we faced a Pavlovian conditioning process of crowds; the purpose is to eradicate any discordant hint and push public opinion into the right path of the single thinking.
Similarily as for the Carpentras misinformation in 1990, the 9/11 and the two weeks of hate between the two rounds of the 2002 presidential election, we are helplessly witnessing an avalanche of totalitarian misinformation which excludes any analysis.
Among various proofs we have seen our official flag at half mast on the presidential palace when Charlie Hebdo defecated on our colors, the official Church calling for prayer and ringing the bells when it was one of the first targets of obscene caricatures drawn by those mummified radicals from the 60’s, and the Qatari Bein sport TV channel that is associated with the « I’m Charlie » while the Qatari Emirate is one of the main takfirist terrorism financial support. These examples, out of hundreds more, show at will that we are facing a mass hysteria which forbids any common sense thinking.
The system can then bounce back by trying to make us forget that he is the only one responsible for this situation. Behind the mask of so-called freedom of expression, killed by the Pleven and Gayssot laws, rests the most outrageous tyranny of oligarchy whose the socialist dictatorship is now the armed wing in France.
With the risk of getting intellectually lost and politically betrayed, we cannot support the carnival demonstration « I’m Charlie. » Especially as Charlie Hebdo was one of the most aggressive and hateful forms of political correctness that we are fighting.
Moreover, those who died were enemies of freedom they claimed to defend: religious freedom – they forbade to believe and pray -; historical freedom – they were bitter enemies of revisionism -; and political freedom – they asked for the banning of the National Front. If the system feigns to react today, it is because they the forefront of their Republic was attacked, while there was no solidarity reaction when French citizens or police officers were killed.
Some might mistake this mandatory move with necessity, a very real one indeed, to oppose the Islamisation of our societies. Certainly Islam has no place in France and Europe that are christian lands and civilization, but even so we do not have to join the mourning of those who now suffer the consequences of what they have been continuously foster and encourage for decades: the fierce anti-racists are today victims of immigration, what an ironical wink by the way!
Consequently we did not participate and we will not participate in any events organised with this ridiculous label.
The « I’m Charlie » today, prepares for the new Charlie tomorrow because it does not call into question the system – it reinforces it – and any migration policy.
Between saying « Stop » or « More! » The choice is simple! Waving the red rag is useless.
This vomit of fake good feelings just means « More ».
On our side, we have been fighting for this to stop for already a long time.
We must break apart with the institutions and end the so called « living together », diversity, chances for France, integration, tolerance, anti-racism, in one word cosmopolitanism. It’s time to throw all of this in the trash and become masters of our land!