Last year my son bought tickets to France for me as a Christmas gift. I was doing research on my father’s path during WWII and kept saying it would be fun to go there and see where he fought. Knowing I would never do it my son gave me that gift and extra push to make it happen.
As excited and a little fearful as I was I thought if my father could do it, so could I. My fear came from the concern over terrorism, especially because of the events I read about in France. A terrorist bombing in downtown Paris had just happened, I had read about the Muslim problems they and the rest of Europe were having, and the attitude of anti-Semitism was rising. But also, as one who holds a deep disdain for the United Nations (UN) I wanted to see if France had been as deeply impacted as the United States by this corrupt and evil organization. As the trip bore out, all of this was true.
My father served in the 3rd Army, 35th Infantry Division, under General George Patton. He was very proud of his service and the time he spent defending America. His path started in Nancy, France in November, 1944 just after it was liberated by the 35th in September, 1944. He fought across eastern France just into Germany before being pulled up to the Battle of the Bulge in Luxembourg. This is where his fighting stopped after being wounded. Following his recovery he was reassigned to the 7th Army of Occupation in Germany. Through his life he spoke mostly about being with the 35th, those men were his true buddies.
After landing in Paris the Muslim influence was immediately apparent after entering the airport. There was no shortage of Muslims, it was not unusual to see women in hijab clothing, some with the full veil so only their eyes could be seen which is against the law in France. After taking a wonderful ride on a 200 mph train to Nancy, this is where my path started, just as my father had. Next door to my hotel in Nancy there were two halal restaurants. The UN made its presence known as well. Signs for conservation of water for the world were located at the hotel’s front desk. Not far from the hotel was Place Stanislas. The UN had placed its plaque, with hideous and offensive logo, on this historical French site, declaring it a world heritage site, just as they have desecrated our Statue of Liberty, Yellowstone National Park, Grand Canyon, Independence Hall, and a host of other American historical sites. Recognizing how the Place Stanislas was used as a place for flying Nazi flags there was little difference in the concept to me. In spite of the UN’s arrogance to declare this site as a world heritage site, I will always remember it as a French historical site.
A young woman was working the hotel desk and we engaged in a conversation about the Muslims in France. She was not shy about telling me how the French people did not support or like what was happening with the Muslims in France. With obvious frustration she shared that the French people were against changing their traditions and culture to accommodate the Muslims and how the government was acquiescing to their demands and not supporting the French citizens.
After traveling through eastern France I made my way back to Metz where my father’s outfit was taken just prior to going into the bulge, Christmas day, 1944. Metz had just been liberated on November 20, 1944 by American forces under General Patton, a very hard fought battle.
In order to reach my hotel I had to take a side road which caused some concern the first time I took it. I noticed about 10, around 7-8 story complexes, where large numbers of male adults and children, who appeared to be Arabic, were loitering on the sidewalks and in the parking lots. I drew increasing stares when I had to turn around and retake the same road. Needless to say I was glad to get out of that area quickly. Arriving at the hotel I asked the hotel clerk if that was a Muslim community. He said yes, that it was not a safe area to be in, especially after dark. Freely, he also indicated there was larger, similar community south of Metz that was worse and more dangerous. This engaged us into a conversation about the Muslims in France. As the young French woman had shared her thoughts, this older Frenchman validated that it was a huge problem.
This man, someone who was obviously proud of his culture and heritage, spoke to me with candor about the Muslim problem in France. With a sad demeanor he shared how the Muslims demand their own rights in his country and refuse to assimilate into the French culture. Recently, they had demanded that halal food be served in school lunches but the French government had turned them down. But, he felt that it would be only a matter of time before it would be allowed as Muslims continue to pressure the government and the government continues to eventually acquiesce to their demands. Most of them don’t work, a few of the older ones did, but the younger males take government assistance, his tax dollar, just the same as here. He felt the French no longer had control of what was happening in his country, there was a larger force taking control, and what the French people wanted was no longer being honored. He simply stated “I can do nothing anymore”. The same dynamic that is occurring in the United States, he felt there was an outside force taking his country down, taking all control away from him and his fellow citizens. That would be the UN.
Luxembourg is very small compared to France, Belgium, and Germany that surround it. Because of this he brought up Luxembourg’s struggle with the same issue. He shared that Luxembourg has basically been taken over by Muslims and the government was also not responsive to citizen requests to protect their identity and culture. Next door, Belgium has an even worse problem. Muslims living in Belgium freely speak on video about their intentions to take over as the dominate ideology and imposing Sharia law.
He asked about the problem in the US, I told him about the increasing number of mosques being built, a Muslim cemetery being proposed in Kuna (which was subsequently approved in spite of citizen objections), that Detroit was heavily populated with Muslims, their refusal to assimilate, and that although not as severe in France the presence was growing and the same demands were being made including a right to a separate sharia law.
Having to take that same road again in the morning, this time there were no men loitering about but only women in Islamic dress and children going to school, oddly dressed in western attire. Muslim dresses were hanging over the balconies to dry. It reminded me of the New York City projects back in the 60’s. Metz also had its share of women in Muslim attire on the streets.
In thinking about the existence of these Muslim communities it seemed obvious that at some point in time they could very easily be used as a staging point for a jihad event. Whether extremist or not, this was a Muslim community.
The same world sign for conservation of water was at this hotel and at both hotels the sign giving you the option of hanging your towel up to be reused to conserve energy and water was in the bathroom. No light bulbs, LEDs. On the freeway the UN had taken the opportunity to put up a sign celebrating Nancy’s participation in UNESCO, the UN’s education organization that has been behind the devastating agenda to promote global education, called Common Core in the United States. Metz has adopted Agenda 21 as their set of public policies.
It was also not unusual to see the UN “it’s your world” logo in different areas. As in the United States, I was unable to enter some forests where my father fought as the UN is systematically banning human access. In the United States this is accomplished through such actions as National Monuments, Roadless area conservation rules, and declared Wilderness areas.
On the plane back to the United States the woman next to me was reading a French newspaper. I asked her about one article which reported anti-Semitism was becoming so bad in France that a large portion of the Jewish population was leaving. There was another article about the Muslims demanding that nothing about the holocaust or other religions, primarily the Jewish faith, should be taught as they found it offensive. In 2004, the French government barred all religious symbols from schools to foster tolerance among different ethnic groups and this was done despite the French protection of religious freedom by their constitution. The Muslim population objected as it also included banning a burqa.
As I stood on the fields where my father fought during WWII, and in the forest where he was wounded, I saw that he was fighting another white man. White men fighting white men. That fight was not about race, it was about ideology. An ideology of evil and the violent force of that ideology upon others. At that time it was Nazi ideology which included eventual world dominance. Has there not been enough evidence to validate that both Muslims and the UN intentions are for world dominance? Is it not obvious both have an ideology that is evil and being forced onto all humans?
I find it insulting that any objections towards granting special Muslim rights in America are about race, and that goes for every other group who are demanding special rights, pink, blue, purple, green, orange or any other color. The objections are about an ideology being forced upon Americans. And that includes UN ideology, an ideology that strips us of our culture, our heritage, and our God given right to be free to live as we choose. I’m tired of being forced to accept “diversity” which means I have to accept every non-American behavior. Not the race, the non-American behavior. I’m heartbroken that our children are being indoctrinated with UN ideology that they are a global citizen and that there is no heritage being American. What is so disturbing about identifying myself as an American with a rich, cultural, ancestral heritage that I can be proud of and celebrate with my family or community? What is so reprehensible about that disheartened French man wanting his culture and heritage to continue and not be usurped by outside forces?
The UN has other ideas for you, social justice, which is somehow perverted into the idea that we are all the same, deserve the same, and this will keep peace among all of us. I’ve got news for them, there will always be evil in the world, the UN being one of the evil, and they are exercising the same evil upon the world just as Hitler did. The enormously tragic part is that people around the world are buying into and implementing UN ideology, even here in the United States, including the federal, state, and local governments. Just as the jihadists use women and children to hide behind for protection from harm the UN uses the promotion of women and children to emasculate men and weaken their role as protector.
In Luxembourg, while driving down a back country road, all of a sudden in front of me was a huge American flag waving on the back of a Willy jeep from WWII, the sun shining through it and highlighting each stripe and star. The jeep was at the end of other US WWII military vehicles in a convoy. France was celebrating the 70th anniversary of their liberation. Banners with pictures of US soldiers and the American flag were on the top of poles lining Nancy streets. Celebrations and memorial ceremonies were scheduled in other cities throughout France and Luxembourg. Does the continuation of this celebration 70 years later not give some warning about evil ideology and its impact on human lives? France was occupied by Nazis 4 years, Luxembourg was taken over twice by Nazis, both were liberated by American soldiers. Yes, England, Canada, and the brave citizen resistance groups of Luxembourg and France, who lost their lives defending their countries, also contributed to this defeat of Nazis. Regardless of which force it was, it was the defeat of an ideology, not against any culture or race.
Before America entered into WWII the thought was that the oceans would protect us from the conflict. It didn’t. And it isn’t now. Both Islam and UN ideologies span from France to here and everywhere in between. It breaks my heart thinking about the men who fought and died in WWII and how we squander their sacrifice away by allowing another evil occupation of the very ground where they bled. America is faced with the same danger today. The UN has taken over and Islam is progressing rapidly. If I could bring back those men from WWII I would do it in a heartbeat. They would have no hesitation in fighting against the evil that is present in our world today. We are losing our strength of conviction and integrity as individuals, a society, and as Americans. As America watched the war erupt in Europe, choosing to not get involved, tragedy came our way with Pearl Harbor and we were forced to be engaged. Would it not make better sense now to not wait for another Pearl Harbor? Have we been completely remiss by not engaging after the Twin Towers were taken down? Would it not make more sense to start the fight against the UN, prohibit the intrusion of Islam into our society, and demand assimilation into American culture by everyone now? How can anyone not find it ironic that a country six thousand miles away from America is struggling with the same problems? Should that not tell you there is a hidden force behind this agenda?
Being an American is not automatic. Being an American has to be earned. We have to earn the right to be American even if we were born here. It should not be any different for anyone who steps foot on our soil, earning the privilege of being an American should be demanded. Even Private Ryan was told to earn this, and he lived his life living up to that request. It is time we do the same.