Paristine

Joseph Farah,  an American of Lebanese Christian descent,  has the perfect solution to stop the  rioting in France: a Paristinian state.  And why not——he's merely applying the solution the French have so pompously given to Israel and adapted it for the current French situation.

OK, enough is enough.

It's clear France is no longer in control of its population.

It's clear millions within its borders are struggling for freedom and independence.

It's clear that these people are not rioting for the sake of rioting, they are responding to oppression from French authorities.

It's clear that their uprising cannot be met with state violence, because that would only lead to a cycle of violence.

It's clear that these freedom—fighters — whom I have dubbed "Paristinians" — want a state of their own.

It's clear that the international community must force France to the negotiating table with these freedom fighters to begin the peace process that will inevitably lead to the creation of an autonomous, independent state of "Paristine."

If it's good enough for Israel, it's good enough for the French surrender monkeys who have been leaders of the global movement to force the Jewish state into appeasement of terrorists.

We've got to stop referring to this "intifada" in France as "riots." This is a movement for self—determination. This is a movement for independence. This is a movement for freedom from imperialism.

The analogy is apt.

Viva la Paristine!

Ethel C. Fenig   11 08 05

Joseph Farah,  an American of Lebanese Christian descent,  has the perfect solution to stop the  rioting in France: a Paristinian state.  And why not——he's merely applying the solution the French have so pompously given to Israel and adapted it for the current French situation.

OK, enough is enough.

It's clear France is no longer in control of its population.

It's clear millions within its borders are struggling for freedom and independence.

It's clear that these people are not rioting for the sake of rioting, they are responding to oppression from French authorities.

It's clear that their uprising cannot be met with state violence, because that would only lead to a cycle of violence.

It's clear that these freedom—fighters — whom I have dubbed "Paristinians" — want a state of their own.

It's clear that the international community must force France to the negotiating table with these freedom fighters to begin the peace process that will inevitably lead to the creation of an autonomous, independent state of "Paristine."

If it's good enough for Israel, it's good enough for the French surrender monkeys who have been leaders of the global movement to force the Jewish state into appeasement of terrorists.

We've got to stop referring to this "intifada" in France as "riots." This is a movement for self—determination. This is a movement for independence. This is a movement for freedom from imperialism.

The analogy is apt.

Viva la Paristine!

Ethel C. Fenig   11 08 05