• Twelve People Are Dead At The Altar Of Political Correctness In Paris

    In 1996 the French government decided that political correctness was the way to treat the incoming Muslim population.  Over the ensuing years the Muslim population in France grew dramatically. The creation of the European zone and its free and open borders are also part of the problem. With no restrictions on travel France decided not to require any assimilation into the French culture of these new Muslim immigrants. As Muslims entered France in ever-increasing numbers they established their own neighborhoods and communities.

    Today some of those areas are called “No Go” zones. These “No Go” zones are predominantly Muslim and they restrict access to their community for police and fire and other services. Police and fire personnel are reluctant to try and go into these “No Go” zones because they believe their lives maybe endangered.

    Many of these Muslim territories have set up their own court system and use sharia law as a basis in which to conduct trials. In a very real sense France has been turning over its territory, itss home state, its sovereign nation, to the creation of a new Muslim nation state with its own borders. All this evolved because the politicians thought it was politically correct to allow the Muslims to keep their culture and their heritage independent of the rest of the people in France.

    As the population grew the Muslims demanded more and more from the government, in some cases at the expense of the French people. This is not a new phenomenon; it is happening in many countries of Europe. European capitals with ever-increasing Muslim populations who have through political correctness encouraged the separation are now finding that they made a mistake. The French government openly admits it has no idea how to create assimilation of the Muslims in the French culture. The Muslims are a growing political force in many European countries much like what they are doing in France.

    The attack by the Muslim terrorists against the newspaper in Paris that saw 12 dead at 11 injured, I believe is the direct result of political correctness in France. For many years any French people who raise the question of assimilation of the Muslims into French culture were labeled bigots and anti-Muslim.  It is only recently that some politicians have begun to openly discuss the problem. The French people feel their culture and their heritage being challenged by the political correctness of the treatment of Muslims in deference to the French people.

    The evening of the assassination of the 12 people at the magazine 10,000 people gathered in central Paris protesting not only the death of the people but the lack of the government to do anything about the political works. The central government of many European nations are going to have to deal with this problem of political correctness or their countries will be destroyed.

    America as a nation has been dealing with political correctness for almost 40 years. Now we must ask ourselves, can the events of Paris and the failure of political correctness come to American shores? How many Americans have to die under political correctness, before we make changes before it’s too late?

    Dan Perkins

    Dan Perkins is a novelist who has written a trilogy on a terrorist attack against the United States. The Brotherhood of the Red Nile series is available at Amazon.com. Mr. Perkins book web site is www.danperkins.guru.

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