November 16, 2015

Ezra Levant in Paris: "Visit France before it is in ruins"

Ezra LevantRebel Commander
 

I begin Day 2 of my reports from Paris by wondering if France has forgotten its military history just when it needs to remember it most.

Today France looks like a child trying on his father's military uniform.

Imagine what Napoleon or even Charles De Gaulle would have done in response to last week's Muslim terrorist attacks.

France is a nation in decline.

It is being invaded by migrants who attack it from within.

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commented 2015-11-16 19:49:19 -0500
Well, at least France isn’t cutting and running like we are.
commented 2015-11-16 19:01:46 -0500
On second thought, Ezra, better stay in Paris for a while yet. You’re doing a good job there, and I can’t wait to see your reports on the lunatic ‘climate change’ conference starring various idiot ‘leaders’ from Canada and the U.S.
commented 2015-11-16 18:58:11 -0500
Ezra, come home and see Toronto and the CN Tower before they are in smoking ruins. The Justin Trudeau Liberals are in charge of the country, and time is short. We warned Canadians, but they didn’t listen. Too bad for Canada.
commented 2015-11-16 18:10:36 -0500
Michael Mann thinks that it is not war, sorry Michael they are at war with us , can you not fathom that?
commented 2015-11-16 18:09:39 -0500
Not everyone is a sad coward like you Michael Mann. Now let REAL MEN handle the world, you go bend over like a good useful idiot.
commented 2015-11-16 17:03:30 -0500
I don’t know about that. France has everything, including the French, and they haven’t ruined it yet. Oh, they do try and try, though.
commented 2015-11-16 15:38:21 -0500
Who would name himself after a liar and cheat, Michael Mann?
commented 2015-11-16 14:48:18 -0500
The only time the ‘warrior spirit’ shows up now in Canada or the US is when the youth rally for their free stuff.
commented 2015-11-16 14:38:58 -0500
The apathetic confusion and uncertainty in Paris is the physical manifestation of the consequences of those corrosive liberal ideals concerning truth and certainty. In a world where there is neither right nor wrong nor good nor bad, it makes perfect sense that the French (and, more generally, western civilization), simply do not know how to respond to aggression.
commented 2015-11-16 14:30:27 -0500
As Ron Voss brings your attention to the trolls …pathetic. That’s why the Righttards fearless leader is longer the P.C. leader. He’s busy trolling the real media outlets.
commented 2015-11-16 13:58:53 -0500
RON VOSS, Don’t feed the trolls who make inane comments, nothing less than troll bait. To repeat, it is a disgrace to HONOR these left-wing Communist trolls with any attention ! A message for the disgusting left-wing trolls, in the words of Melvin Udall (Jack Nicholson, in “As Good As It Gets”): “Go sell crazy (Communist rhetoric) someplace else…”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tgz5-8chSlk&channel=joynjrny
commented 2015-11-16 13:26:13 -0500
Not everyone is a warmonger like you Ezra.
commented 2015-11-16 13:14:03 -0500
It should be remembered that France and all the other EU Country’s (Excluding the UK, that controls it’s own quota’s) have to accept whatever number of immigrants the EU Parliament tells them. The Left Wing Government of France supports the EU, but they cannot really be blamed for the number of Muslims that are ruining their Country. The French people have to learn to vote Right.

Now Canadians do not have control of the number of Muslims that are being imported. Our new Dick-tator has full control. 120,000 is just the first installment.

Oh Canadians. Allah Akbar.
commented 2015-11-16 13:14:01 -0500
Mark Stead – Very well articulated. And sadly very true.
commented 2015-11-16 12:45:41 -0500
It was discussed in an early update from Ezra that what I’ll call the ‘warrior spirit’ is dead in much of todays youth. As long as their perfect lives are not disturbed as individuals, they may shed a few tears and then pretty much carry on as if nothing happened.
They would not consider joining the military and fight back against ISIS as that would disturb their perfect little lives.
When you look at the commitment ISIS has to their warped ideas and the lack of commitment in the west to fight back against it, you would have to be a real optimist to think that our western way of life will prevail ultimately.
commented 2015-11-16 12:45:07 -0500
Socialist engineered indifference courtesy the French elite masking as politicians.
commented 2015-11-16 12:39:15 -0500
“It would take too long to tell you all the stories about this famous impostor (…) Mohamed’s religion consists of a monstrous mixture of Judaism, Paganism and Christianity. Mohamed propagated his religion, not through miracles or persuasive words, but through the force of arms. [It is] a religion that favors every sort of licentiousness and which, in a short time, allowed Mohamed to become the leader of a troop of brigands. Along with them he raided the countries of the East and conquered the people, not by introducing the Truth, not by miracles or prophecy; but for one reason only: to raise his sword over the heads of the conquered shouting: believe or die.” — St. John Bosco
commented 2015-11-16 12:38:56 -0500
According to Wikipedia: “France was visited by 84.7 million foreign tourists in 2013, making it the most popular tourist destination in the world…In 2012, travel and tourism directly contributed EUR77.7 billion to French GDP, 30% of which comes from international visitors and 70% from domestic tourism spending. The total contribution of travel and tourism represents 9.7% of GDP and supports 2.9 million jobs (10.9% of employment) in the country. Tourism contributes significantly to the balance of payments”.
Glad to have been able to visit Paris in the 1970s.
commented 2015-11-16 12:35:29 -0500
Ezra I to have visited France the one thing that I recall Paris is not France the people of Paris are not like the people throughout the rest of France the differance is stark. Do youself a favour and get out of Paris to talk to real French men I bet you’ll see a big difference, I did. You’ll notice the allouffness of Parisians and the warmness and friendlyness of the real French in the provinces. Get out of Paris to find the real French.
commented 2015-11-16 12:32:48 -0500
“Visit France before it is in ruins”. Indeed. Go around the world and see what became of the civilizations that did not submit to allah – Qur’an. Ruins. Incumbent on them to destroy ancient buildings, artifacts, etc. because in their warped thinking that shows the judgement and power of allah. For example:
http://news.nationalpost.com/news/world/isis-hatra-destruction-734380
Not much respect for history that isn’t Islamic history.
commented 2015-11-16 12:23:09 -0500
Good comments Ezra. I’m sure France has Internet Cafés so you can see the French response to Friday’s attacks. Keep up the reporting from France!