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Francestan and Parisabad.

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Submitted by ILIA TOLI (United States), Aug 12, 2009 at 22:00

I liked the other French guy. Lea do you know the growth rate of exponential functions? It's my profession, it's scary and Pipes is right. I thank the Almighty for two things:

1. The First French Intifada. I was there, it was an intifada for whomever is not a congenital idiot. That was a blessing because France had taken the burden to teach lessons of integrations to the rest of Europe and teasing Italy of primitive behavior when Italy got upset of Moroccans occupying the Dome of Bologna. "This is God's house, we don't have a house, we stay here." Two lies at once. My God, not theirs. They do have houses and want to blackmail the country. I heard personally the demands of "les jeunes qui ont la rage" (the angry youth -- euphemism that means Arab hordes.) "Chacun son territoire, n'y a pas de probleme." "Everybody their territory, there are no problems." "The police may quit our neighborhoods." That's a call for independence. Marseille misses only FLN (Front de Liberation Nationale) to be like Algiers of 60 years ago. How did my French colleagues comment? "Mais qu'est ce qu'ils veulent. Y a les valeurs de la Republique." "what do they want, there are the values of the Republic" The non-participating Arabs in the street borders were quite excited to assist the historic moment of their takeover. You Lea can spend your time here blogging, you've lost in any case.

2. The expansion of EU. France had taken hostage Italy and Germany by blackmailing them with WWII heritage and commanding alone EU. They... were forcing their own stupid suicidal decisions upon the whole of Europe. Now France matters 0 in EU. Merci Dieu. There are 2 types of ethnic cleansing: by violence, and by rendering the place so miserable that the indigenous get out on their own will. Arabs are applying these both. Then there's outnumbering and... assimilation of indigenous population. The lady with burkini of these days was French ethnic charmed by the Arab brutality. The solution? Arabs have provided you one: "la valise ou le cercueil", "the luggage or the coffin" they used to intimidate Europeans after Algerian independence, some 2.000.000 people thrown out in months, fleeing for their life.

You'll live to see bis, Lea. I'm not curious to know what will you tell yourself that day. France that was idiot to get in this shit won't be smart to get out.

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