April 26, 2017

Right-wing French mayor found guilty of “inciting hatred” for saying 91% Muslim classrooms are a “problem”

StaffRebel Columnist

Robert Menard, mayor of Beziers has been found guilty of “inciting hatred” against Muslims when he said that classrooms that are 91% Muslim are a problem.

During a TV interview he said “in one of the classrooms in my town centre, 91 per cent of children are Muslim. Obviously this is a problem.”

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He also posted a tweet comparing a school photo from the 1970s to now.

According to The Independent, the prosecutor said Menard had reduced children “to their religion, regardless of whether they have French nationality or do not practice.”

He was fined 2,000 euros, but plans on appealing.

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Of course, in true left-wing fashion, the website added, “It comes after Ms Le Pen announced she was temporarily stepping down as leader of the Front National party to concentrate on her presidential bid.

The move has been seen as an attempt to distance herself from the party's racist image and embrace a wider range of voters.”

Leave it to a left-wing writer to link “race” and “Islam”. You'd think after enough time they'd get the hint. Information Liberation also challenges The Independent's narrative.

Let us know in the comments what you think.

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commented 2017-04-26 16:40:30 -0400
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 33,199 Attacks, 213,778 Killed, 294,992 Injured that we know of
commented 2017-04-26 16:10:32 -0400
It appears that anyone with authority, in our enlightened Western World, are nothing but cowards, scared to face up to the facts and tell the truth. They fear the label of Fascism.
This is the result of our Marxist Educational System and Muslims know how to warp this to their own benefit.
It is time for the west to wake up, stand up and fight back.
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