Call for heterosexuality to be banned in France

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The French leftist site Mediapart has published an article calling for heterosexuality to be banned.

Given that heterosexuality is not a sexual orientation, but a system of domination generating and nourishing sexism, homophobia, transphobia, biphobia and other  oppressions such as racism, ableism or classism;

 

Given that heterosexuality meant the abandonment of gays, bis and trans to AIDS, indifference to their death, the refusal to undertaken targeted prevention campaigns, the censorship of campaigns and the legitimation of the censors, waiting to grant rights;

Given that heterosexuality is a denialism [“négationnisme”, a word that signifies Holocaust Denial in French], rewriting the history of struggles to show kindly, brave heterosexuals fighting for the rights of minorities when they didn’t give a damn about them until we rubbed their noses in the horrors they created or caused to be created;

 

Given that heterosexuality, in France, is a woman dying every three days at the hands of her male companion, the refusal to speak of “feminicides”: it is also the resultant higher rate of suicide among young LGBT, a culture of rape and its impunity;

it is urgent that heterosexuality be banned.

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There’s a lot more in a similar vein, too, but I won’t bother translating it all.

It’s a classic example of the pathologisation of normality within our civilisation.

The bio of the author, Mérôme Jardin, says he was a member of Act Up-Paris (1998-2013) [a gay campaigning group] and is a member of the CCIF [Collective Against Islamophobia], which is hilarious since I don’t think this guy will last long after the Muslim takeover of France.

 

7 thoughts on “Call for heterosexuality to be banned in France

  1. Thank you for posting the bio of the author. Without that, I would have classed it as a spoof.
    But check this line: “a woman dying every three days at the hands of her female companion”. Should that be “male” companion?

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  2. The real holocaust coming when people drag the media whores and politicians on the streets and rip their throats with bare hands. The jews who running the EU will be burn a live. I can’t wait to participate and take HD picture from the events for future generation to remember !!!

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  3. …..Now I’ve heard it all!

    But come to think of it-banning heterosexuality may help France. The ban may reduce black, Muslim and Asian births in that country, since their heterosexuality produces far more children than whites….or will the ban only apply to whites??
    Sometimes the Right don’t have to say or do anything but sit back-the left are doing our job for us with their absurdity.

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  4. Edwy Plenel, the primary originator of Mediapart, was once with Le Monde newspaper in France. Robert Faurisson tells about how a man was treated by Plenel and his paper for questions his opinions on the holohoax.

    “The Notin Affair: Jewish Organizations Make the Law”

    “Since 1990, Bernard Notin, assistant professor of economics at the University of Lyon III, has been unable to practice his profession — in spite of French law — because of a decision by the Jewish institutions and organizations of Lyon represented by Dr. Marc Aron, (note) as well as the Union of Jewish Students of France (Union des Etudiants Juifs de France: UEJF).
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    On June 7, 1994, the national daily newspaper Le Monde felt it necessary to announce that Notin was being hired to teach at the Mohammed I University in Oujda, Morocco, at the request of the Dean of the Faculty of Economics. The UEJF responded by bringing such pressure to bear internationally that within 48 hours the Moroccan university made it known it was not planning to hire Notin.

    From the outset, Le Monde has been implacable toward Notin. Notably, it served as a mouthpiece for his persecutors with a January 28-29, 1990, item by Edwy Plenel entitled “Un article jugé raciste et révisionniste suscite des protestations” (“An article judged racist and revisionist incites protests”).

    Notin’s thought crime was to have authored an iconoclastic study on the role of the French media. It appeared in a specialized journal with a restricted circulation that is published with the approval of the prestigious Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS), the National Center for Scientific Research. (Economies et sociétés, No. 8/ 1989 [Dec. 1989], University Press of Grenoble, pp. 117-133).

    In passing, the author brought up the media’s treatment of the subject of homicidal gas chambers, letting it be known that he is skeptical of the existence of these chemical slaughterhouses, and citing as his reference the 1980 revisionist book by Serge Thion, Vérité historique ou vérité politique? (“Historical truth or political truth?”). (note)

    Thus began the campaign against this 39-year-old scholar (and sole breadwinner for a family with five small children) — a campaign that eventually would surpass in vehemence and duration anything seen thus far along these lines. Because this story has already been covered in the French journal Revue d’histoire révisionniste, I shall not deal further with it here.”
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    The Jewish organizations know quite well that no law authorizes them to impose such penalties on anyone. In showing their readiness to pressure an employer — even a government institution — to prevent an employee from practicing his profession, these organizations pose a threat to the livelihood of everyone who is not self-employed or independently wealthy. As for the nation’s education administrators, they know that every civil servant has the right, in the exercise of his duties, to government protection.

    Jewish institutions and organizations, mouthpieces for the Jewish community, enjoy special privileges in France. The Notin affair demonstrates that they are in a position to dictate their own laws to the state.”
    [Continues]

    http://www.ihr.org/jhr/v16/v16n5p17_Faurisson.html

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