Brigitte Bardot Decries Islamic Invasion of France

Brigitte Bardot in Babette Goes to War, 1959

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Via Truth Revolt

Brigitte Bardot, French actress and sex symbol the world over, can’t silence her contempt for the Islamic invasion of her home country. Six times she has been charged with speech “crimes” for “inciting hatred” against Muslims and yet that hasn’t deterred the blonde bombshell from dropping truth bombs.

In a recent interview with a French magazine, Bardot said the Muslim invasion in France is “inadmissible” as the migrants refuse to assimilate. A translation of the interview was published at PamelaGeller.com:

“I was raised in honor, patriotism, love and respect for my country, and when I see what has become of me, I am quite desperate. When I see what they have done — a country whose intellectual richness, the quality of language, of writing, the primacy of architecture, fashion, elegance and heritage radiated throughout the world — it depresses me.”

Bardot said “the left” is responsible for France’s regression because it “hates anything luxurious, elegant, anything that comes out of the ordinary.”

As for the behavior she sees from the Muslim population in her country, Bardot says, “I can no longer see them, the Islamists, that practically everywhere in France we see the burqas. It is inadmissible, that they behave as they want in their country of origin, but that they do not impose customs, practices, discriminations of another age: France is not that.”

“I did not fight against French Algeria to accept an Algerian France,” Bardot added. “I do not touch the culture, the identity and the customs of the others.”

Bardot also suggests France leave the European Union: “We have got to get out of here. Brussels is breaking the balls.”

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  1. GetThereJustAsSoon
    Posted July 12, 2017 at 1:58 pm | Permalink

    Each Robert Avrech posts a wonderful, different montage of Western Civilization. I marvel at the art, photos of classic automobiles, prints of ancient manuscripts, and photos of celebrities with a notable quote to name a few. Moreover, to quote Rena from a recent comment: “But the real jewels are in the last photo.” This being a reference to the grandchildren.

    Now, I raise these in that what has Islamic culture produces, created that compare with that of the West. And, from what I understand about Islam, children not valued as greatly, generally, in Islamic culture as in Western ones.

    I never knew that Brigitte Bardot is the cultural defender as presented here. Wonderful. The more defenders the better!

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    • GetThereJustAsSoon
      Posted July 12, 2017 at 2:00 pm | Permalink

      Sorry for not proofing beforehand. The beginning ought to read “Each week, Robert Avrech …”

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  2. David Foster
    Posted July 12, 2017 at 6:45 am | Permalink

    “practically everywhere in France we see the burqas.”

    I thought burqas were now illegal in France. Is the law not being enforced, or what?

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  3. Barry
    Posted July 12, 2017 at 6:17 am | Permalink

    A grand girl and I have posted this on my Facebook page.

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