November 16, 2015

Gavin McInnes: "This was an attack on hipsters"

Ezra LevantRebel Commander's Gavin McInnes joins me in France, to report on the terror attack in Paris on November 13.

We'll be talking to a wide array of people while we're here, from Muslims to far-right politicians.

Here are some of Gavin's comments as during our conversation about demographics, immigration, the right/left shift and a lot more:

"We're so consumed with égalité, that we've forgotten about liberté and fraternité."

"Arab immigrants here don't care about fraternity."

"The general mood here seems to be malaise. (...) I definitely smell the stench of capitulation."

"The French experiment has failed."

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commented 2015-11-17 12:09:25 -0500
The Citizens of France have been completely subdued by the double speak of their left wing politicians, they actually believe what these progressives tell them. They seem to have lost the will to fight back.. It was the same in WW2, when Hitler strolled into France via Belgium. Half of them became instant Nazi’s and the rest became Communist.
Wake up France, kick your government out and take your country back, from the hell it is heading for.
commented 2015-11-17 11:10:17 -0500
Drew Wakariuk commented
“…. Did you read that cool new book? No, it got burned before i could read it secretly in my basement….”

History is on the repeat cycle.
Censorship was enforced by a number of methods. First, the secret police or the ‘normal’ police ensured that the rules were kept to. Secondly, anyone who wanted to go outside of the desired party norm faced the most serious of consequences. Third, people in general were expected to report anything unacceptable to their local party chief. Those who knew something but did not report it were deemed as guilty as those who went against the system. Censorship ensured that the Nazis had the German public in their grip as they bombarded them on a daily basis on how their lives had been improved from the day Hitler became Germany’s leader.
Music, along with all other forms of culture, was subject to Nazification from January 1933 on. The policy of ‘Gleichschaltung’ (coordination) meant that music had to conform to the Nazi ideal.
1934 – The Malicious Gossip Law – telling an Anti-Nazi joke was a crime, leading to a fine or imprisonment.
commented 2015-11-17 10:29:25 -0500
@ Gavin McInnes – I have often wondered how you can do the character of “your brother” so well and not actually be schizophrenic … … hmmmm… or are you? ;o)
commented 2015-11-17 10:26:25 -0500
Patrick Andries, that is a good point.
commented 2015-11-17 01:03:21 -0500
There’s a great quote from Napoleon, and it goes something like, “There is more to be feared from 4 hostile newspapers than a thousand bayonets.” He knew what he was talking about, and times haven’t all changed that much. Progressives? It’s all been done before. Here we go again. Someone remarked that when all the world is connected online, we would stop evolving; well…??? I look forward to watching Ezra’s and Gavin’s reports.
commented 2015-11-16 22:39:19 -0500

Napoleon was a Corsican, not French. Kind of the same way Austria managed to successfully convince the world that Hitler was German.

And Napoleon best before date was reached in 1812. After that, it was all downhill. Apart from Syphilis, gout, piles on his abdomen, and raging megalomania, there’s not much to mention about him.
commented 2015-11-16 22:34:18 -0500
Well, france is doomed – Napoleon would be mortified

Cowards all.
commented 2015-11-16 22:31:36 -0500
Hey, ISIS guys just killed a whole bunch of students, intellectuals, artists, teachers … in other word, liberals.

Why are you guys not giving ISIS high-fives for wasting your enemies.

Your priorities are way off.
commented 2015-11-16 21:24:26 -0500
Apparently this will be, in the absence of your brother Miles, a totally right wing biased week in Paris. No doubt that his character would be totally accepted there and fit in perfectly. Strange world this has become. The meek were supposed to inheret the earth, Not the weak. Kumbaya around the campfire. No logs needed, western culture is burning up just fine.
commented 2015-11-16 20:51:34 -0500
Ezra, you say you will ask whether people support the murderous attacks.

People who will answer « Oui » will be exposing themselves to prosecution for « apologie de terrorisme ». You have to remember that in France freedom of speech is heavily curtailed.

Jean-Marie Le Pen used to say that it was again those kind of laws (as well as those banning the muslim veil nevermind the niqab) because it was better for the French population to know what the immigrants were really thinking or whether they were really assimilating.
commented 2015-11-16 20:42:57 -0500
Well the hipsters will soon be enjoying life that is anything but hip. Did you read that cool new book? No, it got burned before i could read it secretly in my basement. And your music will sound the same because it is the same.