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arsegrapes 12:55 Tue May 11

The French government has condemned an open letter signed by active soldiers that said the country was heading for "civil war" due to religious extremism.

About 1,000 servicemen and women, including some 20 retired generals, put their names to the letter.

It blamed "fanatic partisans" for creating divisions between communities, and said Islamists were taking over whole parts of the nation's territory.

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Barty 9:20 Mon May 17
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I think it´s time to stop insulting the French

They are more of an ally than the "visitors" from the far east to England

England and the French need to deal with this situation together and find solutions or fight side by side

It´s 2021 people

Mike Oxsaw 9:03 Mon May 17
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Yeah, and the smell still kinda lingers.

Side of Ham 8:50 Mon May 17
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In fairness one of the occasions Paris was taken was by the rabble......

Mike Oxsaw 8:22 Mon May 17
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Hmmm. France, Ireland and the UK to form a trading bloc?

Stick all the custom checks on the mainland...

lab 7:34 Mon May 17
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How many Frenchmen does it take to defend Paris ? No one knows , it’s never been attempted .

RBshorty 7:21 Mon May 17
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Algeria was always the shit stain they will never be able to clean. Bit like us with the Scottish and Irish. And this is the French BTW. Over a thousand years. They have never. Not once. Defended Paris against any form of invasion. So I wouldn’t pencil in a date just yet.!

COOL HAND LUKE 7:12 Mon May 17
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Only reason Barnier's got interested is because he may well find himself in Macron's chair shortly. He didn't care when it was A problem but if it looks like becoming HIS problem then he starts to hyperventilate...

That would be the Barnier who becomes a shoo-in to stop Le Pen next time, as Macron will get his second shoo-in, to head up the EU.

LeroysBoots 6:59 Mon May 17
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As my old dad used to say, cheese eating surrender monkees !

Mr Kenzo 2:43 Mon May 17
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Italy are the bookies favourite


MaryMillingtonsGhost 2:33 Mon May 17
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Swiss. 2:09

Frexit, huh?
I expect to see our Polish friend all over tthe PSG fan forum then. Lucky them.

Swiss. 2:09 Mon May 17
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The last 2 elections I seem to recall it ends in a 2 horse race between Le Pen and another (this case Macron). Even if you hate Macron everyone turns out to stop the right getting in. I'm not too sure this time if things continue as they are. Macron has fucked up and his approval rating down.

If Le Pen gets in which is more of a possibility you could see civil war and Frexit.

southwoodford 1:59 Mon May 17
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About time. I'm sick of seeing whinging Islamists demanding this and demanding that of European governments, while disregarding civil laws and behaviours. At some point the circle will turn and Europe will demand a line be drawn. Even Michel Barnier, the most ardent of Europhiles, has seen the light and realises that European public opinion is turning against uncontrolled immigration and the import of values we simply do not share.

Moncurs Putting Iron 1:17 Mon May 17
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CAIRO! Huuuuuuuuuuhhh!!!

riosleftsock 11:27 Tue May 11
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There was an alleged putsch in 61 in France by the military, over the Algerian independence. A lot of their problems stem from there.

Mr Kenzo 11:18 Tue May 11
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Being French, they will surrender after a few days out in the cold

Hallerinthemorning 10:41 Tue May 11
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Its not racist for sure. Nationalist maybe. I just think that its a ticking time bomb that politicians look at and think.. "well I'm not dealing with that one" cos its gonna offend woke people.
I wish 200,000 of our soldiers signed a petition!

only1billybonds 10:37 Tue May 11
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Robinson shows BBC footage of black families being interviewed after having their windows put in by local 'lads' in a bid to force them out of the area thus making more room for their own kind.

I only mention that these poor sods are black as it shows this isnt about racism. Luton have a 3 day festival for St Paddy' day,a St Lucia day,Diwali is celebrated over 3 dsys and when Pakistan won the cricket world cup national flags were handed out to the younger kids in the schhols,all of which is not a problem in any way. However,if a child wears anything or takes an English flag to school on April 23rd, they get sent home.

Most sickeningly, the authorities know exactly what goes on and turn a blind eye for the reasons we are all to aware of.

Hallerinthemorning 10:25 Tue May 11
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Only1bilylbonds - yep, it's worrying and as long as there are people like the geezer below who live abroad but still promote a lefties agenda for the British who are still treading British soil then we are fucked.
The French have made a statement with the petition and I applaud it. It at least starts conversation there..if we were to do the same, I suggest we would do more than converse about it. I think we would act on it and I think once the covid troubles go, there may well be a rise in the right here. Some places here are now no go and that just isn't on.

only1billybonds 10:17 Tue May 11
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I know Luton well. Unless some radical chang takes place soon parts of the town will be under sharia law within 10 years.

Any doubters would do well to watch Tommy Robinson's address to the Oxford union,its more than an eye opener.

Oh dear 9:41 Tue May 11
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Mad Dog 1:05 Tue May 11

They must be a tie-break system, either who surrenders first or which side makes the biggest meal out of surrendering.

normansmymate 9:15 Tue May 11
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They dug out a military coup plot there a few days before the fishing wars. was a bit under-reported but some old boy generals apparently

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