Most readers will recognise which country this is. However, if you’re one of those ignoramuses who recently qualified from one of our ‘bums on seats’, ‘everyone gets a first’ useless polys pretending to be a university, then I’ll explain that the country is called France and it’s quite near Britain. In fact, it’s just on the other side of a stretch of water called the ‘English Channel’ (or ‘La Manche’ in French).
Can you see all the red marks of the map? What do you think they indicate? Good restaurants? Traditional hotels? Special tourist destinations? Garlic farms? Where to get the best foie gras? No, no and no.
These red marks indicate Catholic churches that have been desecrated and/or set on fire:
The situation is now so bad that in March 2019, France’s central criminal intelligence service, SCRC, reported that there were approximately 875 acts of vandalism against Catholic churches just in 2018.
The Ministry of the Interior recorded 1,063 anti-Christian incidents in 2018 (up from 1,038 in 2017) though not all of these would have been attacks on churches. To put this in context, while there were 1,063 anti-Christian incidents in France in 2018, there were 541 antisemitic incidents (up from 311 in 2017 – a 74% increase) but there were only around 100 anti-Muslim incidents – the lowest figure recorded.
So, anti-Christian and anti-semitic incidents are increasing and anti-Muslim incidents decreasing.
This is extraordinary. This is beyond extraordinary. Can you imagine the outcry and the howls of mouth-frothing rage from the progressive libtards and the mainstream media if just a few mosques in France were vandalised or set on fire in one year? We’d never hear the end of it. And the BBC and C4 News would have investigation after investigation into so-called ‘Izlumophobia’ and ‘racism’ in France. And the progressive elites would blame Maine Le Pen and Nigel Farage and Viktor Orban and, of course, Donald Trump for encouraging the supposed ‘far-right’ and naziism and so on and so forth.