Friday, January 20, 2006

Chirac's Latest Nuclear Threat:"Grand ne Parlez de Rien"

 
The Washington Post has the story on President Jacques Chirac's latest — heh — “threat”:

    … France was prepared to launch a nuclear strike against any country that sponsors a terrorist attack against French interests. He said his country's nuclear arsenal had been reconfigured to include the ability to make a tactical strike in retaliation for terrorism.
"The leaders of states who would use terrorist means against us, as well as those who would envision using . . . weapons of mass destruction, must understand that they would lay themselves open to a firm and fitting response on our part," Chirac said during a visit to a nuclear submarine base in Brittany. "This response could be a conventional one. It could also be of a different kind."
So does this mean that his tactical strike will be on the Paris suburbs? Because that’s where the armaments very likely are stored even as he bloviates.

Don’t forget, France is Target Number One for the Algerian terrorists. They make our feelings for France look positively warm:
     In September 2005, the same month that the GSPC named France its "enemy number one," authorities rounded up several members of the group who were allegedly planning attacks on the Paris metro, Orly airport, and the French intelligence headquarters.
Can you say “Algerian Salafist Group for Call and Combat”?* If you’re French, you might try using your cathedrals to start a campaign for a “French Catholic Group for Call and Prayer” because the nuclear terrorists have come ashore long ago, Chirac’s bluster notwithstanding.

Fall on your knees, France. You did it for Saddam, so you already have calluses in the right places. It's the knack for folding your hands and closing your eyes which your people have forgotten.

Prayer may not cure what ails you but it's a good start. Besides, it gives you something to do while you wait for the Algerian Armageddon that GSPC has planned just for you.

Besides, fervent prayer has this additional advantage: not only is it not radioactive, it has more efficacy than Chirac's bluster.


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8 comments:

xavier said...

Dyphma:
Enough! I'm so sick to death of reading Anglophone bloggers lambasting the French. Sure the elites deserve but what are YOU doing to find likeminded Frenchmen? Mockery isn't a solution.
In the meatime, take a look at this site: www.occidentalis.com
Not all Frenchmen are dimmified collaborators. So support those that resist the islamization of their country.

xavier

Dymphna said...

Xavier--

Mockery is *my* solution...if you have a better one, then by all means use it.

I think the French are traitorous, double-dealing and shameful. If oil-for-food didn't cause you to think in the same direction, pity on you.

Meanwhile, see the button on the right hand upper corner. Go to "next blog."

Eric Blair said...

Actually, I think this is for Iranian consumption, not metropolitan France.

Despite the car burnings, It isn't like France stopped working.

Their internal issues are managable for now. And this is the one thing that people do forget about the Europeans in general, that if push comes to shove, they'll kill everybody they feel they have to. Its just that it will be last minute and very messy. Sorta like WWI and WWII.

Spanish Eowyn said...

Hello, Dymnpha:

Your post, as ever, very good. Just the same as the one about France being a WMD. If you allow me, I will translate it in my blog.

But there are some French bloggers that are resisting the islamization of France and some people that do a very good job there. For example Alex Corvus o E-tribesmen. The two of them are listed in my blogroll -I do not know how to ad the link myself-. Alex Corvus writes in French but E-tribesmen writes in English. Just go and read him.

Yes, it's true, there are very few bloggers that write about this. BUT the same happened in Spain 6 months ago, and now we are growing.

And www.occidentalis.com is a very good page, just as Islam-Danger.

Heloise said...

Spanish eowyn, thanks for the mention of the French blogs. I especially like the e-tribesman and have put it in my favorites.

Xavier, did you ever think about the reasons us anglophone bloggers lambast the french? The elites are supported by ??? How did they get into power? from a coup d'etat, a coup de main? Or perhaps it was a coup de grace?

Personally, due to the seriousness of the situation of international jihad by islam, I think it is very dangerous and disasterous now for any westerners, no matter what our nationality to be at each others throats. This is the time for us to let by-gones be bygones and become allies again or we will all be suffering in the same muslim hell.

Spanish Eowyn said...

heloise:

Yes you are right about the coming to power. But you do not know how the media are here. It's disgraceful how they treat everyone that does not think as the "establishment".

Have you heard about Filkienfraut? Well, he only mentioned that the French riots were a religious affair. He was boycotted inmediately. Because that was an uncomfortable person. Yes, there are some people that has helped him, but not much. Why? The political correctness. Just that.

I think the political correctnes is what's going to kill Europe.

Dymphna said...

Spanish eowyn,

Thanks for the compliment. Please accept this open invitation to translate whatever is of interest to you...look at the Weekly Standard links, particularly.

Eric Blair--

Unfortunately, you have just described the Eurpoean footprint for wars and rumors of wars:

...if push comes to shove, they'll kill everybody they feel they have to. Its just that it will be last minute and very messy. Sorta like WWI and WWII.

However, in general, Europe, The EU, is not really "working." Its high unemployment rate and its refusal to really integrate the "others" has played havoc with its soul. Which, may God have mercy on it...

...and I feel sorry for them, sincerely. When the large majority of them age out, who will be there to take care of them? Will it be the "youths"?

xavier is angry at the Anglosphere without seeming to see that generations of sneering at us is now bearing fruit. Americans are generous and sometimes naive. We have been there for sixty years so they didn't have to spend any of *their* GNP on a meaningful military and could thereby give their citizens "cradle-to-grave care."

The socialist system they chose lets 10-15,000 old people to die while everyone goes on vacation.

And now we are leaving so Chrirac has no solution except to threaten to lob nukes...

Heloise, I do not think it would be wise for the Anglosphere to hang together with Europe. France is duplicitous. No one likes them. France and Germany are stuck with one another, like a bad marriage.

We'd best make our bed with the Anglos, the Dutch (they're beginning to get serious), the Danes, and whatever other Scandanavians who can tough it out. Sweden is a lost cause.

It must be terrible to have placed your bet on the wrong horse for so many generations and to now see him falling down in the last lap... there goes the mortgage, eh?

Gryffilion said...

"He said his country's nuclear arsenal had been reconfigured to include the ability to make a tactical strike in retaliation for terrorism."

Sacre bleu! Such simplisme, such a blatant cowboy attitude, non? I am tres triste that the French are willing to take such a unilateral approach to such a nuanced situation.


[end sarcasm]