French government convicts Bardot of promoting racial hatred for speaking the truth.

Jun 4, 2008 by

brigitte-bardotFor the fifth time former French film star Brigitte Bardot has been convicted of provoking discrimination and racial hatred for writing a letter to then Interior Minister and now President Nicolas Sarkozy. Bardot claimed in the letter that France was “tired of being led by the nose by this population (muslims) that is destroying our country by imposing its acts.” One of the acts that Bardot was referring to is the Muslim festival, Eid al-Adha, which is celebrated by slaughtering sheep. Apparently freedom of speech has been dead in France for some time. I don’t see how anything Bardot said could possibly be interpreted as provoking discrimination and racial hatred. She was complaining about abuse of animals that violate French laws. In fact the behavior of a large percentage of Muslim immigrants in France does in fact threaten France. The months of rioting and the insuing destruction of whole neighborhoods has led to sections of France actually becoming ‘no-go’ zones for anyone who is not a Muslim. In essence Muslim immigrants have actually occupied by force parts of France, violating many French laws. I wonder how many of these immigrants have been convicted in French courts for provoking discrimination and racial hatred? I don’t remember Bardot burning cars and buildings, assaulting French police, and screaming death to infidels. Laws such as these make it difficult if not impossible for French citizens to speak out against real threats and actions by immigrants whose goal is to force changes to French law and customs by use of force and intimidation, not to mention religious and racial hatred. More French citizens need to find the courage and convictions of Brigitte Bardot and speak out against such behaviour and actions.

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