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September 10, 2010

French Brown Shirts

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Jackboots Laced and Ready to March
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cropper28- One week ago in response to the video above.
"well done to france, ireland should follow there lead, kick out the roma that are bumming and robbing all around them, and all foreigners that are raping our social welfare sytem, kick them out, why should hard working people pay tax for these freeloaders to live like kings, kick them out i say and the econemy wont be long picking up again,.....and get them out of mosney.."
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In just the recent couple of weeks France has deported nearly 1,000 Romas from its "free country". Noting that many of the deported are legal residents of France and come from a country that is part of the European Union, France still keeps up its march toward fascism. All the while, Nicolas Sarkozy continues to call all Romas "criminals, prostitutes, and child molesters".
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It has been a trademark of the Sarkozy presidency to drum up hatred and intolerance for anybody and anything seen as "non-French". His tactics in the government and his statements to the people of France are riddled with ethnocentrism and fear mongering. Yet the Europeans still seem to be jumping on the bandwagon as Nazi style fascism sweeps across the continent.
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(Note that France doesn't even make it on the chart above.)
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Frances deportations amount to "discrimination on the basis of race and ethnicity" according to the European Parliament. And yet they continue to allow the racist in France to push for ethnic cleansing? Parliament the went on to warn ol' saint Nicolas to avoid "any statements which link minorities and immigration with criminality and create discriminatory stereotypes".
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"The European Parliament stepped out of its prerogative and, obviously, we have no reason to conform to a political diktat," French Immigration Minister Eric Besson.
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So it looks like despite even the most mild of tongue lashings, France will continue to deport legal citizens so as to "fight crime" they may or may not have committed.
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This warning by the EU's Parliament, and the others listed, only seemed to be targeting the lean toward fascism in France. Parliament seemed to turn a blind eye toward the Italian style fascism seen near Milan this past week.
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Mussolini would have been proud with the Italians too. In an attempt to keep up with the Joneses, Italy began dismantling numerous Roma camps (note that both France and Italy have laws stating that cities or towns of more than 5,000 people must have camps available to the Romas). Soon after they began the dismantling process, with Italian efficiency, the Italians began "documenting" the Romas they had just prior made homeless.
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The "documentation" process is simple in Italy too. You simply make children report their ages, sex, parents' ages, religion, parents' religion, creed, parents' creed, and ethnic background... oh ya, and the parents' ethnicity too. After that you take the finger prints of the kids and their parents and then take a family portrait of sorts. Finally, and this is the good part, you "deport" them back to a country they may not have been in for generations.
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The simple fact is, despite European hype, Romas have been in France, Italy, Germany, Spain, and most of Europe for hundreds of years. Hitler tried to kill them off in his version of French "law and order" but couldn't get the job done quick enough. Nicolas is trying to avoid the hassle of building concentration camps, and the tax dollars to run them, by deporting the "trouble makers". While Italy is slipping back into its Mussolini days by adopting the same fascist laws of its World War Two days.
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(One of the few success stories coming out of France.)
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Source Documents
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(Note that not all documents used in preparation of this article have been listed)
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http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703960004575481943619249372.html?mod=googlenews_wsj
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-11258439
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http://www.upi.com/Top_News/International/2010/09/10/France-wont-stop-Roma-deportations/UPI-18651284127667/
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-11195902

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