A darker view of France’s burka ban

In response to today’s entry on France’s banning of the burka, Tiberge, the author of the Galliwatch blog, writes:

The French government is not banning the burka in an act of courage to demonstrate that nobody, not even Muslims, are above the laws of the Republic, although this is how it may be perceived by some. In reality, they are banning the burka in an attempt to hide from the eyes of the people the number of Muslims in France. If you don’t see any burkas, that means there are no unassimilated Muslims. Assimilation has worked! Multiculturalism has worked! We are all dressed like Frenchmen and Frenchwomen, and we all obey the French Constitution.

But everybody knows this is a lie.

See the rest of Tiberge’s comment here.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at April 10, 2011 06:47 PM | Send

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