I took the subway with an English colleage … both of us in suits … to the center. We talked to each other in a slavic language instead of our native English … we were the only white people on the subway. You can see all the French whites in their cars … in heavy traffic … on the highway instead. They prefer 1-2 hours in traffic than 30 mins on the subway. Paris is gone for sure.
Read an article days ago about how normal it was becoming for a girl in Paris to survive financially through prostitution while she attends university. And the article wasn’t saying it was a bad thing.
Emmanuel Macron, former banker with Rothschild of France
Troops with machine guns everywhere
Cops built like cyborgs
White Frenchman calls his girlfriend after Bataclan attack — 150 dead (reports say many were tortured inside the nightclub before their death)
The Grand Orient Freemasonic Lodge in Paris transmits orders from the Jews to the ruling class
…..The old, white France (which I saw when living there in 2004-05
Jean-Marie (for whom I interpreted in 1985) and his granddaughter, Marion Maréchal Le Pen
France once had a huge colonial empire — and treated its subject peoples quite well
Adolf Hitler spent four years in northern France as a soldier in WWI, and read books, painted and wrote poetry.
He had a girlfriend in the Lille area
White Identitarians patrol the subways
….and teach self-defense coures to men and women
King Louis IX (ruled 1227-70!), also Saint Louis, burned thousands of Talmuds
Disputation of Paris
In the 1230s, Nicholas Donin, a Jewish convert to Christianity, translated the Talmud and pressed 35 charges against it to Pope Gregory IX by quoting a series of blasphemous passages about Jesus, Mary or Christianity.
There is a Talmudic passage, for example, where Jesus of Nazareth is sent to Hell to be boiled in excrement for eternity. Donin also selected an injunction of the Talmud that permits Jews to kill non-Jews.
This led to the Disputation of Paris, which took place in 1240 at the court of Louis IX, where Rabbi Yechiel of Paris defended the Talmud against the accusations of Nicholas Donin. The translation of the Talmud from Judeo Aramaic to a non-Jewish, profane language was seen by Jews as a profound violation.
The disputation led to the condemnation of the Talmud and the burning of thousands of copies.
Statue of this great king in the major city named for him on the Mississippi
Gold coin: “Ludovicus Dei Gratia Francorum Rex” (Latin: “Louis, by God’s Grace the Franks’ King”)
Death of King/Saint Louis while fighting the Arabs in Tunesia
Places named after this great king
- Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, city in Hancock County
- Old Saint Louis, Indiana, unincorporated community
- St. Louis, Missouri, independent city
- St. Louis County, Missouri, bordering the city of St. Louis
- Lake St. Louis, Missouri, planned community in St. Charles County
- St. Louis, Michigan, city in Gratiot County
- St. Louis County, Minnesota
- St. Louis Park, Minnesota, city in Hennepin County
- Saint Louis River, river in Minnesota and Wisconsin
- St. Louis, Oklahoma, town in Pottawatomie County
- Saint Louis, Oregon, unincorporated community
- Saint Louis, Virginia, unincorporated community
- St. Louis, California, ghost town, founded by Missourians
- Saint-Louis (provincial electoral district), a former electoral district in Montreal, Quebec
- St. Louis, Prince Edward Island, an unincorporated community
- Saint-Louis, Quebec, a municipality
- St. Louis, Saskatchewan, a village
- Saint-Louis-de-Blandford, Quebec, a small town north east of Montreal
- Saint-Louis-de-France, Quebec, a former town merged into Trois-Rivières in 2002
- Saint-Louis-de-Gonzague, Chaudière-Appalaches, Quebec, a municipality in the Les Etchemins Regional County Municipality
- Saint-Louis-de-Gonzague, Montérégie, Quebec, a parish municipality in the Beauharnois-Salaberry Regional County Municipality
- Saint-Louis-de-Gonzague-du-Cap-Tourmente, a parish municipality in Quebec
- Saint-Louis-de-Kent, New Brunswick, a village
- Saint-Louis-du-Ha! Ha!, a parish municipality in the Témiscouata Regional County Municipality in Quebec
- Lake Saint-Louis, a lake in southwestern Quebec
- Saint-Louis, Haut-Rhin, a commune in the Haut-Rhin département at the German and Swiss border
- Saint-Louis, Moselle, a commune in the Moselle département
- Saint-Louis, Guadeloupe, a commune in the overseas department of Guadeloupe
- Saint-Louis, Réunion, commune in the overseas department of Réunion
- Île Saint-Louis, an island on the Seine in Paris
- Saint-Louis-de-Montferrand, Gironde
- Saint-Louis-en-l’Isle, Dordogne
- Saint-Louis-et-Parahou, Aude
- Saint-Louis-lès-Bitche, Moselle
France is incredibly beautiful, both in its landscapes and its cities (though the US and Britain destroyed many of them in WWII)
Lavender fields in the south (Provence)
Frieze of the old City Hall of Aix-en-Provence (where I lived in 2004-05), an ancient Roman city with hot springs called “Six Baths” (Aquae Sextae)
Fountain in Aix
The northern French, a mix of Keltic and Teutonic, are quite blond, especially when young.
My ancestors were Vikings from Norway who learned French and settled here.
The landscape looks just like England: green, overcast, foggy, with quaint villages
Château of Saint-John at Nogent-le-Rotrou
At Étretat on the English Channel, facing Dover, England
.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AmrCH0AhbDg The beauties of Normandy
…..The French are very brave and good soldiers, though not as much as the Germans, who were the best in the world
Joan of Arc (reconstruction by a German police computer, based on paintings)
His vast empire
Hitler visits his gigantic coffin in Paris in 1940
WWI color photos
Reading letters from home
French soldiers in a bomb-shelter in the Verdun trenches
The vast mausoleum and cemetery for most of the Verdun dead — 600,000 French and Germans in the French victory by Marshal Pétain
Horrifying — chambers in the Verdun mausoleum full of piles of bones of unknown soldiers, many of whom were blown completely to body parts. Two thirds of soldiers were killed by artillery in WWI.
I visited in 2004, and rededicated my life to ending white fratricide.
Famous German postcard from that period
Young French officers today
French Dassault Rafale fighter-bomber
Ever since President Charles de Gaulle in the Sixties, France has had a powerful nuclear weapons force, both land-based missiles and sea-based (submarines). The six-foot-five De Gaulle reviews the troops.
…..50,000 French died under ruthless Anglo-American bombing in WWII
Berlin ? Frankfurt ? Munich ?
No, Caen in Normandy, a gorgeous old medieval city bombed in 1944 by Uncle Sam.
…….GIs also raped 5,000 French women — “the Greatest Generation”
….Hitler’s moving WWI poem, composed in French Flanders, in the Artois forest, spring 1916
Based on a true story
Drawing by Hitler to illustrate the poem
Till they came to the German outposts.
Hitler, convalescing in a hospital in Berlin in 1916
Hitler after four years at the front
French infantrymen in the trenches (re-enactors)
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