We can analyze this approach of the elected as a first act of resistance against not an "invasion" but an illicit urban occupation but also for the beginning of a gear which could eventually become so intense, antagonistic and violent that it would be likely to lead to a civil war multiplied.Renaud Camus is wrong but that continues to veil the eyes and to demonstrate demagogic weakness, and I fear that one day it is sadly given.
This comparison seems shocking to me, offensive for its first term and absurd for the second. I would add that it would even have a semblance of likelihood, I would try to fight the risk of confusing France in peace today with France defeated under the Nazi boot.
Nevertheless, a major event occurred in Clichy-la-Garenne on November 10, around 13 hours, near the town hall.
While the media sometimes stand out from the insignificant or the superficial, I was struck by the extent to which this "first" in our political and social history was little commented, this gap in our aspiration to live together despite cultural and religious differences have been relatively ignored.
Since March of this year, every Friday, hundreds of Muslims have been investing in the streets demanding a place of worship. After, on March 22, the Union of Muslim Clichy Associations (UAMC) was expelled from a place of worship in the city center by the former municipality, mediations were attempted, none of which was successful. Mayor LR Rémi Muzeau proposed a new place of prayer a quarter of an hour from the center. The president of the UAMC refused him, judging him "too small, too eccentric and unworthy".
While Mohamed Bechari, president of this new cultural and cultural center that he considers appropriate and suitable, and also managing the National Federation of Muslims of France (FNMF), on the contrary thank the mayor for the establishment of a signaling and from a bus stop (free) right in front of this place.
It is clear that the UAMC continues to test the patience and resistance of the municipality by allowing - for a long time - to install street prayers that it knows yet prohibited.
For the first time, on November 10, at the initiative of Valérie Pécresse, sixty elected officials of the Paris region, including the mayor, deliberately clashed, the tricolor scarf slung and singing La Marseillaise, some 150 Muslims installing carpets and speakers on the sidewalk (Le Figaro).
This throbbing and insupportable transgression arising, for its solution, the state is left to the initiative and goodwill of the mayor of Clichy. Who is facing a bad faith Muslim opposition.
We can analyze this approach of the elected as a first act of resistance against not an "invasion" but an illicit urban occupation but also for the beginning of a gear which could eventually become so intense, antagonistic and violent that it would be likely to lead to a civil war multiplied.
The opportune end of a passivity or the dangerous beginning of a revolt?
Renaud Camus is wrong but we continue to veil our eyes and to demonstrate demagogic weakness, and I fear that one day we do not give him sadly right.