Quisling France

Solidarity, according to the Oxford Dictionary, “is unity or agreement of feeling or action, especially among individuals with a common interest”.

Tell me, what sort of unity of feeling can you or I or Benjamin Netanyahu have with Mahmoud Abbas? What sort of common interest do we have with the leader of a an organisation that proclaims its “struggle will not cease unless the Zionist state is demolished”?

While you’re pondering that, answer me as to how a country that has lost Jewish lives to a cowardly terrorist attack has the temerity to ask the leader of the Jewish state not to attend a solidarity rally.

This is not solidarity but a two-faced insult. This is not the France of the French Resistance. This is Vichy France with a politically correct mask.

Am Yisrael Chai!   … but no thanks to Francois Hollande.

About the Author
Mishka Gora is a Tasmanian writer and newfound member of the Diaspora. Trained as an historian but now devoted to the home education of her four children, she is passionate about illuminating the truth, both personal and political, in a world full of lies and propaganda. She is the author of 'Wellspring' and 'Fragments of War'.
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