Burkas Banned in France

The French are getting fed up with Muslim radicals who are brazenly trying to take over the place. To show they’re not going to be doormats anymore, the French government have banned burkas to the applause of most of the people there.

Some 82 percent of people polled approved of a ban, while 17 percent disapproved. That was the widest support the Washington-based think tank found in any of the five countries it surveyed.

Clear majorities also backed burqa bans in Germany, Britain and Spain, while two out of three Americans opposed it, the survey found.
A panel of French lawmakers recommended a ban last year, and lawmakers unanimously passed a non-binding resolution in May calling the full-face veil contrary to the laws of the nation.
“Given the damage it produces on those rules which allow the life in community, ensure the dignity of the person and equality between sexes, this practice, even if it is voluntary, cannot be tolerated in any public place,” the French government said when it sent the measure to parliament in May.

The law imposes a fine of 150 euros ($190) and/or a citizenship course as punishment for wearing a face-covering veil. Forcing a woman to wear a niqab or a burqa will be punishable by a year in prison or a 15,000-euro ($19,000) fine, the government said, calling it “a new form of enslavement that the republic cannot accept on its soil.”

The Muslims are going to face a lot of pushback as the Europeans get more and more fed up with the radicals shenanigans over there. Here’s a story from Sweden where the lefties in the government have been using fascist tactics to try to shut down the dissenters there.

But all over Europe they’re saying no to Islamification. The only one on the Islamist’s side are far left people. They share the goal of destroying western civilization and foolishly think their Stalin-Hitler alliance will end well.

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