Responding to Sacha Reingewirtz on the Paris Market Shooting


Sacha Reingewirtz, 28, president of the French Jewish Student Union, said France is a dangerous place for people who clearly show they are Jewish.

“What the government is doing to protect us is not enough. I refuse to have Jews here living behind walls in fear of their lives,” he said. “We need more than a security plan but an educational plan to fight against stereotypes.”

I will pass over the implications that Sacha only seems interested in murdered and threatened members of the ingroup. I’m sure that isn’t what he/she actually thinks, Judaism being the humanistic and universalist faith that it is (hardy-har).

Maybe Sacha should look into the open borders stance held by so many in his/her own community. Seems to me that had a lot to do with these tragic events.

Maybe, just maybe, not all gentiles are created equal, and French Jews were better off with a white majority than a vaguely-tan plurality?

Je vous avais prévenu sur l'immigration , bro. -Jean Raspail (citation needed)
“Je vous avais prévenu sur l’immigration.” -Jean Raspail (citation needed)

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Bulbasaur is a blue collar worker and part-time polemicist from the Southern U.S.