ER Editor: Shades of the French Revolution, the Bolshevik Revolution, Vatican II, 1968 ‘student’ protests … always aiming at destroying the dominant religion.
The French Black African Defense League Wants to Dissolve the Catholic Church
After the anti-racist demonstrations in Paris, the Black African Defence League is not saying its last word. This time it wants the dissolution of the Catholic Church as “reparations”.
Does the LDNA definitely want revenge? That’s what one would think after tweets posted during the night of Saturday 4th to Sunday 5th July. After its spokesman affirmed during a demonstration in Paris that France was a “totalitarian, terrorist, slave-owning, colonialist state,” the Black African Defence League has this time attacked the conservative and Catholic political movement Civitas. Reacting to excerpts from speeches by the party president, Alain Escada, the league ironically stated: “At Civitas, we like pretty housewives…”. And he added: “They (the members of Civitas) say in their hearts: ‘Ah the blessed good times of slavery and colonization when the god of Love had allowed us to use the charms of the negresses!”
However, it is in a second tweet that the Black African Defence League, which asserts it is “defending the rights of Afrodescendants and Africans”, really shows its intentions. “But the day will soon come when the LDNA will obtain just reparations for all the atrocities committed and allowed by France, on our ancestors”, it begins. The ultra-black group is already planning it: “Even the Vatican, the Catholic Church, will have to pay and be dissolved after the payment of the reparations”, it hopes.
On June 24th, the LDNA had already violently attacked the memory of General de Gaulle. “If Charles de Gaulle was a great criminal, he was also a fugitive from the Second World War, as the scholar Coovi Rekhmire (presented as a “specialist in history” – editor’s note) puts it so well. Faced with the French debacle during the war, de Gaulle made the decision to flee rather than defend his territory,” she had launched on her Twitter account. Before adding, again about the general: “Thus, like a fugitive unable to die for his country, on 17 June de Gaulle immediately left for London to supposedly continue the war. (…) De Gaulle was incapable of assuming his responsibilities as a general, which he clearly did not deserve. ”
A statement which had not failed to arouse the ire of the Licra, the International League against Racism and Anti-Semitism. “We start by tagging the statues and end up countersigning all the Vichy propaganda against de Gaulle. Afflicted by stupidity, lies and dishonour,” she had condemned.
Black Lives Matter : la LDNA veut dissoudre l’Eglise catholique
Après les manifestations antiracistes à Paris, la Ligue de défense noire africaine ne dit pas son dernier mot. Elle veut cette fois, la dissolution de l’Eglise catholique en guise de “réparations”.
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