Moslem/Jewish Danger Signals
Symi Rom-Rymer writing on the Jewish Sisterhood site linked above in an article superciliously titled Don’t Write Off France Yet make this comment:
When news broke about the hostages being held in the kosher supermarket in Paris, I began to hear rumblings on social media about rampant French anti-Semitism and anti-Semitic acts perpetrated by French Muslims. At one point on Friday, I overheard a conversation between two women at a synagogue in Washington DC, in which Holocaust comparisons were frequently invoked. In yet another response to the attacks, an American Rabbi likened Jews to the canary in the proverbial coal mine.
France [that is the French ‘community’] has long struggled with integration of its minority communities- Jewish and Muslim alike. The French government’s inability to handle tensions over international politics like the Middle East conflict and the disintegration of social cohesion at home has only furthered simmering resentments.
Such muddled thinking as Miss Rom-Rymers’ almost defies analysis. Her American rabbi’s comment about Jews being the canary in a coal mine seems most apt and even prescient. Canaries, of course, were taken into the coal mines because they were early victims to accumulating poisonous gases. When the canary keeled over it was time to get out.
Indeed inter-community tensions may be near the breaking point and not only in France. The fantasy the ruling sect of the West entertains that many cultures can maintain distinct identities while living side by side is rapidly being disproved, although god knows there are legions of us who understood in advance of the immigration, including every Moslem alive and I suspect also the Jews who instigated the tension in the first place. As usual the Jews have cast themselves as the wise old heads and in this case the French as muddlers who just can’t get it right.
The writing about the Charlie Hebdo incident the article refers to seems to want to maintain that multi-culturalism in the West is a success except for rising anti-Semitism in the French community and anti-Semitic acts by the Moslem community, that is, the occasional 9/11 or Charlie Hebdo.
Thus, even though these tensions are actual wars going on in France, that is, on the one hand between Moslems and Jews and on the other Moslems and French, with Moslems being the aggressor in each case. Miss Rom-Rymer places the fault for the tensions on French men and women because of their failure to integrate the warring parties. She doesn’t give any indication of how this might be done however.
One must assume that the failure to make Jews and Moslems lie down together is completely one sided. Even though neither Moslems nor Jews wish to give their identities up, seeking to impose those on French people. I suppose that means that the French are stubbornly holding onto their trashy French identity.
Apparently Miss Rom-Rymer and her Jewish brethren fail to comprehend that only one identity can survive over time. In fact the most stubborn, or perhaps fanatical, participant will survive and that one will be transmuted by the others in the process. Thus when the Moslems stormed into Iran they imposed civil disabilities on the Iranians so that in the long run it was easier to become Moslem and equal rather than Iranian and groaning under onerous civil disabilities.
However, as the Moslems did so they created an Iranian strain of Moslemism called Shia while the Arabs became Sunnis. The Iranians while converted religiously remained unconquered waging Shiite wars with the Sunnis from then to the present.
So, the disintegrating social cohesion, if there ever was any cohesion, in France is because the French government refuses to accept the consequences of allowing millions of intolerant historically retarded Moslems into the country without imposing severe civil disabilities on them thus requiring them to rethink their position among Western mores. At this stage it looks as though France will be as Moslem as Iran in fifty years and with their own brand of Euro-Moslemism. And just as hostile toward the Sunni and Shiite retards as the Shiites are now of the Sunnis.
The crisis in Judaism is mounting fast. Truly as the rabbi says, the Jews are the canary in the coal mine. It is time for them too to rethink their position vis-à-vis both the West and the Moslems. They are a stone in the shoe making everyone uncomfortable. They may have to choose conversion or be removed. Both Moslems and the West have little care for them. There are enough other irritants than to tolerate them.
Miss Rom-Rymer might take a few moments to contemplate the conversation she overheard between the two women in the DC synagogue.