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  • ross1948 15:30 on January 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , EGAM anti-racist fanatics, , French left outraged, Kouchner, , , , terrorist Arafat   

    Paris Has-Been Joins ‘NGO’ Leeches’ Anti-Austria Tantrum! 

     So a has-been French Europhiliac, ex-foreign minister Bernard Kouchner, has sullied the good name of his country by whining for an EUSSR diplomatic jihad against Austria!


    Gambar terkait


    “We are not turning away our gaze: These are the heirs of Nazism that have come to power in the new Austrian government…” 


    Red Federica Mogherini with her dear Yasser Arafat


    Grassroots Antiracist logohttp://www.egam.eu/financial-supports/

    A glance through EGAM’s financials at the above link shows what a pack of pinko parasites they are, leeching off the French Government as well as the European Commission.

    AND guess who else is funding their nasty nattering?


    None other than George Soros’ notorious Open Society Foundation.

     the European Grassroots Antiracist Movement promptly to dissociate itself from its founder, Benjamin Abtan, whose name appears on Kouchner’s rant, or else to have the juicy tax-payer cash-channels shut off permanently.

    Kouchner and his comrades are very brazenly trying to resurrect the childish tantrum which Brussels threw the last time the FPO joined a coalition. We wrote about that during the French election…

    EUSSR Cabal – Crass Meddling in French Election 

    …Comrade K tells us plainly he wants an action replay of that outrageous episode.

    “In practice, this means that far-right Austrian ministers should not be received by any of their European counterparts, who should not attend any meetings with them.”

    Kouchner’s contempt for democracy goes even further, with the infantile demand for a boycott of the Austrian presidency of the Council of the EU, due from 1 July 2018 until the end of the year.

    However, perhaps we should think carefully before we condemn his boycott call.

    As EUObs says, such a move would mean a de facto standstill of the European legislative machine for six months.

    If it means rendering the EUSSR immobilised…

    …even if only for half a year…?

    • Jane Nairth 23:24 on January 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Is it not the case that in several East European countries that joined the EU, renamed Communist Parties held power and even sent their people as EU commissioners .
      Did this Kouchner person ever call for them to be boycotted?
      If so, I will say no more.
      If he did not protest, he’s a hypocrite and should be told to shut his mouth about Austria.


  • ross1948 13:05 on March 15, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Camembert cheese, cheese sandwiches, , French left outraged, Kraft Cheese Slices   

    ‘French Left Outraged?’ A Cheesy Joke! 

    I am not anti-French. 

    Les Français d’abord? Not Aboard France 24’s Bias Express! 


    But I am anti-Left.

    France’s Macron – A Mere Merkel Sycophant! 

    So when I saw The Local’s headline, ‘French left outraged,’ I was at once poised to spring to my laptop, eager to resume the fray with our common Enemy Within.

    But – Mon Dieu!

    It was not the French Left who had been outraged, but the French foodie crowd, who had been ‘left outraged!’


    Because of the way some poor lady likes to prepare her Camembert cheese!



     “We’ve guillotined people for less than that,” wrote Raleur Francais.      https://www.thelocal.fr/20170314/french-left-outraged-online-over-camembert-cheese-abuse

    The Local has various similarly affronted folk expressing anger and dismay about the cheese in the picture, or rather the manner in which it was sliced, or not sliced but slashed.

    I really don’t get it. It’s the TASTE that matters!

    I like Camembert, which, when its name slips my mind, I ask for as ‘that yummy, slimy cheese.’

    It’s great for making sandwiches…

    Gambar terkait

    …. though I tend more often to use the much cheaper Kraft Cheese Slices, or local stuff made here in Jakarta. 

    Who cares how it’s cut! 

    I await comments from my numerous reader in La Belle France.


    • Stephanie 20:28 on March 15, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Oh my poor friend, to use good cheese for sandwiches!
      I love your politics but I would very much rather drink with you than dine with you.


    • Jeanne 21:51 on March 15, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I forgive you, for you know not what you eat.


    • Ted 21:59 on March 15, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      The French are very funny about their cheeses and their food. When I lived there, they were shocked when I used some Camembert for my toasted cheese sandwiches.
      I told my French friends that I was shocked that they’d eat horses, snails and frogs’ legs.
      To each his own, we agreed. .


    • Clarke Willson 09:16 on March 18, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I wouldnt know the difference between one French cheese and another.
      If it’s really from France, it means it imported and expensive, so I will go shop for local cheese, affordable and supports the cheese industry in my home country.


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