Recently I linked to stories describing the remarks made by French politician Jean Francois Copé about schoolchildren having their chocolate croissants taken from them by Muslim classmates during Ramadan.
“I can understand the exasperation of some of our compatriots when there are some neighbourhoods where a mother or father will come home from work in the evening to learn their son has had his pain au chocolate snatched out of his hand by thugs, telling him it is forbidden to eat during Ramadan,” he said.
This provoked hysterical denunciations of his “demagoguery” and “incitement to hatred”. Muslims and leftists even began handing out chocolate pastries on the street to protest against his remarked and “islamophobia”. This is film of one of these events. While the Muslims are giving an interview mocking the “islamophobes”, along comes a besuited, middle-aged man. Seeing what’s going on, he decides to articulate an alternative point of view, shouting praise of the “Front National” and “No to islamisation, Stop forced slamisation”. He is then immediately assailed by a mob of Muslims and leftists in full view of the camera.
No whit deterred, he keeps shouting, “They’re attacking me. The islamists are attacking me. Stop enforced islamisation!”