Regarding France beating the daylights of Anti Mandates marchers.

From a Facebook buddy:

“Everybody thinks France is all croissants and mimes. They forget that they have a shorter zero to jackboots time than pretty much anywhere else.”

Rick R.

 

They did have great training back in the 1940s IRRC.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

4 thoughts on “Sunday Quote”
  1. Also 1944, when they treated their fellow citizens who they accused of working with the enemy no better than the Germans treated their fellow citizens who were Jewish and thus “guilty” of working with the enemy in the 30s.

    Don’t forget that the war wasn’t even over yet and “free” France bombed civilians in other countries who didn’t wanted to be a colony any longer. For example in Syria they bombed Damacus in May ’45(!) because the people were demonstrating against french occupation.

    France always has been and will be the Number one fascist state in Europe and was and is the Number One warmonger in Europe. Germany gets the bad publicity because they have no trouble attacking someone their own size – but France fought dozens of total wars against 3rd world nations. They just love to bully others.
    The notion of the “grande nation” is just an empty excuse for behaving like a total asshole.

  2. Wonder how Jackboots R Us will enjoy it, when/if the beat-ees get on touch with their inner Maquis?

    The jackboots’ families are not safely east of the Siegfried Line.

  3. I have a rather cynical view of French politics. The key thing to remember is that they still view Napoleon as a great man. Yes, the Napoleon who tried to conquer all of Europe, just like Hitler and Stalin tried a bit over a century later. While the Germans have their issues, they don’t (in significant numbers) view Hitler as a great man, and they didn’t build a fancy mausoleum to hold his remains.
    Along those lines, a lot of the political moves made by France in European politics, the EU in particular, make a lot of sense if you think of them as “trying to finish the job that Bonaparte started”.

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