From: "Truth Provider" <email@example.com>
Date: Nov 14, 2015 11:27 PM
Subject: PROPOSAL FOR PEACE IN FRANCE
Today is a day of mourning for me for I am a Francophile and Paris is my most beloved city since my mother took me there when I was 15.
However, the ironies (and I do not mean Friday the 13th) of the frightening carnage cannot be ignored.
First, it happened on the very day that the EU announced its plan to mark Israeli goods produced in Judea & Samaria and in "Palestine" which does not exist and never did. It can only be regarded as punishing the victim with more support for the aggressor. This is how aggression and violence are rewarded in convoluted Europe.
Secondly, the new Canadian Liberal government announced that Harper's era of special friendship towards Israel is over. From now on "evenhandedness" (namely, equating terrorists with their victims) is the new policy which includes the treatment of Hezballah as a legitimate partner to peace. One wonders how soon will Canada be attacked in order to get even more concessions from Trudeau's government.
Thirdly, our genius American Secretary of State is in Vienna to negotiate "peace" in Syria. He thinks that feeding beasts satisfies them. Thinking people know that feeding beasts make them hungrier.
So in that context, no wonder the Liberal-socialist French government who took in thousands of Muslim "refugees" and is among the least friendly European countries to Israel, is the latest receipient of the Muslim gratitude we witnessed last night.
Although I weep for all the innocents who lost their lives and for the rape of my beloved Paris, I cannot refrain from posting again this article by Steven Plaut, published in 2000.
How long and how many more rivers of blood will it take for the Europeans to realize who in the Middle East is their only true friend. If I were them, I would rush to buy every item of goods produced in Judea & Samaria.
Your Truth Provider,
France must Offer Land for Peace
By Steven Plaut
In the aftermath of the series of protests in Paris against occupation by activists and militants, who have grievances, we bring you the French plan for peace, based on France's Mideast policies. It is the only way to solve the problem of ISIS activism in Paris.
First, we all agree that territory must not be annexed by force. Therefore, we can also agree that Germany has a moral right to demand the return of Alsace-Lorraine, for the French aggression in 1945 and its consequent occupation must not be rewarded. "A full withdrawal for full peace" should operate here. Further, France must agree to the return and rehabilitation of all ethnic Germans expelled from Alsace-Lorraine after World Wars I and II, as well as all those they define as their descendents.
But this, of course, is just the first step toward a solution, as no aggression can be rewarded-and France has much other stolen territory to return. It took Corsica from Genoa, Nice and Savoy from Piedmont; as the successor state, Italy must get back all these lands. By similar token, territories grabbed from the Habsburgs go back to Austria, including Franche-Comte, Artois, and historic Burgundy. The Roussillon area (along the Pyrenees) must be returned to Spain, its rightful owner. And Normandy, Anjou, Aquitaine, and Gascony must be returned to their rightful owners, the British royal family.
Not even this not enough for the sake of peace. Brittany and Languedoc must be granted autonomy at once, recognizing the Breton and Occitan Liberation organizations as their legal rulers. This leaves the French government in control over the Ile de France (the area around Paris).
That, however, still does not solve the problem of the Holy City of Paris, sacred to artists, gourmets, and adulterers. The Corsicans obviously have a historic claim to the Tomb of the Emperor Napoleon, their famed son, as well as the Invalides complex and beyond. For the sake of peace, is it not too much to ask that Paris be the capital for two peoples? The French authorities must agree to prevent French Parisians from even entering the sacred tomb area, lest this upset the Corsicans. Let the Eiffel Tower be converted into a mosque.
The Saint Chapelle and the Church of Notre Dame of course will be internationalized, under joint Vatican-art historical auspices. Indeed, the French should consider it a compliment of the highest order that so many people see Paris as an international city.
The French have nothing to complain of. They will enjoy the benefits of peace and retain control of the Champs Elysees.
Actually, come to think of it, even the Champs Elysees may be too much. Recalling the French position that Jerusalem is not the capital of Israel, perhaps the true French capital is not Paris at all, but Vichy.