Gilles-William Goldnadel: Charlottesville, a double weight, two disturbing measures

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FIGAROVOX / CHRONICLE- Gilles-William Goldnadel looks back on the events in Charlottesville in the United States. For him, if we can not of course send back the camp of the victims and that of the murderers, we can not do without a critique of American racialism.

Gilles-William Goldnadel is a lawyer and writer. He is president of the France-Israel association. Every week, he decrypts the news for Figaro Vox.

As always when the media ideology seizes one of a hundred other topics that deserve at least as important treatment and a planetary and hysterical medicine, the freedom to think rationally suspends its flight. The treatment of Charlottesville's tragedy does not derogate from this sad but resigned observation. A few days after the facts, it may be finally allowed to emit some harsh truths.

-The fact that the current President of the United States is unbalanced, rude, vulgar and politically clumsy does not allow him to be treated worse than Turkish, Syrian or Iranian dictators under the pretext that he governs the greatest democracy of the world.

-It was morally and politically stupid to send the two ends of the American political spectrum back to back even though there was the camp of the victims and the murderers. Similarly, in his first speech, Donald Trump should have specifically incriminated supremacists whose one member, fanaticized, had just killed a young counter-protester who asked only to live.

But we would have liked, for their intellectual and moral coherence, that their most bitter scouts show the same severity in previous circumstances.

As for the shocking back-to-back referral, it was not 10 days ago that a good part of the international press proceeded without hesitation between the President of the United States and the North Korean leader of the worst communist dictatorship of the world. And the same people who are shouting today are in no way shocked to see the same grievances flabbergasted during the Gaza affair, the State of Israel and Hamas terrorists.

I observe in the aftermath of the terrorist attack in Barcelona that most politicians did not feel obliged to quote Islamist terrorism, without anyone daring to blame them.

As for not pronouncing the name of the culpable ideology, I would have spent my last three editorial years, with a very relative success, to blame the French heads of state, including the last, for having a vocabulary problem with the word "Islamist" in the aftermath of each attack.

I observe in the aftermath of the terrible attack in Barcelona that most politicians or personalities, including Barack Obama, have not thought it necessary to call Islamist terrorism without anyone daring to blame them.

Regarding the former US President, I published in these columns more than a year ago (July 11, 2016) an article entitled "After Dallas, the appalling absence of the word" racist "" I wrote : "After the cruel carnage of Dallas, one word was sorely lacking in the speech of the first American:" racist ". A black, black supremacist, claimed to have slaughtered white policemen to avenge crimes committed by other white policemen. But the word that would have come naturally to anyone's lips if, for example, an unlikely Frenchman wanted to kill a fundamentalist Muslim to avenge November 13, was missing. " I did not hear that Barak Obama was being tried.

-We will never be severe enough to the supremacists. For the rest, I confess to confuse them with the Nazis in the same hate. Both of them communicate in the same racism, the same anti-Semitism, the same anti-Zionism and, lately, the same use of the car ram. Having written this with a firm hand, I must continue with the same hand: having observed the flagrant difference in media treatment between white criminals and others, I hardly accept that the leftist ideology in media majesty profits from a crime mediatized to the extreme to try to relax the American far left guilty of anti-white pathology and consequently criminal indulgence towards Islamism. She did not say a word when on July 21, American imam Ammar Shahin delivered his sermon at the Islamic Center in Davis, California, and demanded the annihilation of the wicked Jewish people: "Oh Allah destroy them, and do not spare them, nor their children and their ancestors! "

I also did not notice in the progressive press when the American-Palestinian Linda Sarsour took the lead in the anti-Trump women's march while publicly supporting the terrorist. convicted Rasmea Odeh (Jerusalem Post August 17)

On the merits finally, and as excellently the correspondent of the Figaro In the United States, Laure Mandeville (17Aout) "For many conservatives who share his ideas about the responsibility of the far left in the spiral of division that blows over the country, Trump's inability to kill in the bud the Poison of the far right after Charlottesville is very bad news. Because it renders inaudible his speech on the existence of a radicalization on the left, which deserves to be heard ... Intellectuals, like the historian of the Antiquity Victor Davis Hanson, estimate that "Trump is not the cause But "the reflection" of the division. They denounce the excesses of the politically correct which sweeps over the universities, racializing the debate by making the privileges of the white man the center of any discussion. "By saying that the language of race and identity is the only acceptable one, the left leaves other choices to the whites than to use this same language", notes George Mitchell, professor of political theory at the university of Georgetown who fears a new time of tragic troubles. Peter Simi, a specialist in white supremacist movements at the University of California, who finds their rise "extremely disturbing", deduces that "an honest conversation is needed in America" ​​on these topics. "Many of the people who voted for Trump are not racist but share the idea that the ceaseless trial of the white man in the name of the past must stop."

Unfortunately Charlottesville's hysterical controversy was not an honest conversation.

Refusing to understand that there is a pseudo anti-racism anti-white anti-racism just as despicable and criminal as white racism, it is not only to show stupid racism but it is especially to prepare a tomorrows that cry.




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