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French president Francois Hollande: We have a problem with Islam in our country

President Hollande has admitted ‘France has a problem with Islam’ and warned that the country’s national symbol will one day be a woman in a burka

  • Hollande said France ‘has a problem with Islam’ in a private conversation
  • Said ethnic minority footballers are ‘guys from the estates without values’
  • Conversation contained in book called ‘A President Should Not Say That…’

French president Francois Hollande has admitted the country ‘has a problem with Islam’ and warned France’s national symbol will one day by a woman in a burka.

Hollande also branded ethnic minority football stars as ‘guys from the estates, without references, without values, who leave France too early’, it emerged today.

The words were all part of a more general attack on people from Muslim backgrounds whom the Socialist Mr Hollande views as a major difficulty for his country.

French president Francois Hollande has admitted the country 'has a problem with Islam' and warned France's national symbol will one day by a woman in a burka

He claims France ‘has a problem with Islam’ and warns that the national symbol of his country could one day be a woman in a veil.

In explosive revelations made by investigative journalists, the Socialist Mr Hollande emerges as every bit as right wing as his hated opponents from the National Front and Republican parties.

But it is his obvious disdain for outstanding sportsmen – many of whom move to Britain – that is currently causing the most controversy.

In a private conversation contained in a new book called ‘A President Should Not Say That…’ Mr Hollande says footballers are all part of a serious identity crisis.

He told journalists that there was a ‘fragmentation, an ethnicisation’ in the France international team and that the ‘facts were terrible’.

Mr Hollande made his comments soon after his election in 2012, where he said: ‘There is no attachment in this France team.

Paris-born Muslims such as Paul Pogba (pictured) of France and Manchester United are among the most successful players in the world today

‘They are guys from the estates, with no references, no values, who leave for France too soon’.

He said all were poorly educated and not ‘psychologically prepared to know the difference between good and evil.’

In fact, Paris-born Muslims such as Paul Pogba of France and Manchester United are among the most successful players in the world today.

Not only did Pogba score for his country in a victory against Holland this week, but he is known for his exemplary off-field behaviour.

So is the clean living Riyad Mahrez, of Leicester and Algeria, who as well as being a Paris Muslim was the Premiership player of the year in England last season.

During his election campaign, Mr Holland was regularly on the estates, claiming he was at one with poor communities.

But his hypocrisy has now been exposed by authors Gerard Davet and Fabrice Lhomme, Le Monde journalists who base their book on 61 interviews carried out with Mr Hollande over the last four years.

He reveals that he no longer supports mass immigration, saying ‘I think there are too many arrivals,’ and says: ‘It’s true there’s a problem with Islam, it’s true. It’s not in doubt.’

Mr Hollande says of Marianne, the mythical female symbol of the French Republic: ‘The veiled woman of today will be the Marianne tomorrow.’

The president is likely to stand for re-election next year, and his opponents currently include the diminutive right-winger Nicolas Sarkozy, whom he describes as a ‘Little Napoleon’ and a ‘Duracell Bunny’.

In the tell-all book, Hollande also attacks Sarkozy’s ‘vulgarity, meanness and cynicism’ and criticises the rival he defeated in 2012 for his fascination for money and his legal entanglements.



9 thoughts on “French president Francois Hollande: We have a problem with Islam in our country

  1. Did you think you wouldn’t when you let that trash into your country
    Send them back to fight for their own country let them fight for it

    – Jacquie



  2. How’s your French.

    Air France denies being confronted with acts of malevolence by its radicalized employees

    by Yohan Blavignat
    October 5, 2016

    In an article published on Wednesday, the Canard enchaîné identified several “anomalies” before the departure of many commercial flights. These incidents, which are related to radicalized individuals, were denied by the airline.

    Attempts to sabotage commercial flights, the words “Allahu Akhbar” on airplanes, a Roissy agent who refuses to guide a plane piloted by a woman… In its edition dated Wednesday [October 5], the Canard enchaîné lists a series of disturbing incidents concerning allegedly radicalized employees of Air France. Contacted by Le Figaro that evening, the airline denied the allegations and denounced the “unfounded rumors” and “false information”. “No malicious act on a commercial flight Air France has ever been confirmed or even identified as such,” says the airline.

    In the satirical weekly, an intelligence officer reported a “dozen people under surveillance” in the group. “Concerning Air France, we found several anomalies before the start of several commercial flights. They are akin to sabotage,” says this particular source. The company, on the other hand, is optimistic and assured us that “our personnel like our clients are absolutely safe.”

    Several “anomalies” identified

    However, according to the Canard enchaîné, flight commanders repeatedly found that the relay motor, intended to support the commands from the cockpit, showed damage. The alarm fortunately worked and the malfunction has been resolved. According to the intelligence services, who conducted their investigation, the incident would have been intentional, and the person responsible is an employee of Air France who converted to Islam and has since moved to Yemen. Also according to the satirical newspaper, two employees of the airline who are related to this man, later doctored several evacuation slides for the Air France aircraft. Because a lack of evidence, the two men were moved to “less sensitive” positions in the name of the precautionary principle.

    Moreover, during a flight from Los Angeles to Tel Aviv via Paris, Israel was removed from Geovision system that allows passengers to track in real time the movement of the aircraft, and replaced with “Gaza”. The log traced back to an employee of the service company responsible for program screens. As a final item, Canard relates another incident: tags reading “Allahu Akhbar” were found on kerosene filling hatches on forty aircrafts. In one case, the captain used his “right of withdrawal”, and the plane remained grounded.

    Continue reading the translation at→

    A tip of the hat to our friends at the Gates of Vienna.


  3. “French president Francois Hollande: We have a problem with Islam in our country”
    Any country that lets muslims in then has a problem.


  4. I am sitting here giggling, you Moron Hollande – you mean you’ve only just caught on!!! Enticing the MUSLIM vote has really backfired huh – not only in France but all over Europe & Scandinavia. This is precisely why we don’t want Hilary as President. However vulgar Trump is, he ain’t scared to call a spade a spade and right now after the UNESCO demolition of ISREAL via the Temple Mount – we need leaders who see Islam for what it is. I just wonder what Russia has up its sleeve for ISLAM?


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