France’s Zionist Prime Minister

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France’s Zionist Prime Minister

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France’s Zionist Prime Minister: A Review of Emmanuel Ratier’s “Le Vrai Visage de Manuel Valls” — Part 1
February 6, 2016 — 31 Comments
Guillaume Durocher

Le Vrai Visage de Manuel Valls (The True Face of Manuel Valls)
by Emmanuel Ratier
Paris: Éditions Facta, 2014.
There is a rather surreal quality to most Western governments today.
There is little pretense of actually defending the interests of their citizens, but much blithe conforming
to a smug and self-destructive egalitarian ideology (see: Angela Merkel, Justin Trudeau . . .).

In this regard, France is no different. But senior French politicians are unusual in their eagerness to make
ever-more Judeocentric statements, a truly bizarre phenomenon. Nicolas Sarkozy, who seeks to be reelected
as President of the Republic, has said “Israel’s right to security [. . .] is the struggle of my life” and that
humanity has “contracted towards the Jewish people a debt which cannot be extinguished.”[1]

You would think such declarations of fealty to foreign interests would disqualify someone from seriously
participating in French politics. In fact, such statements are increasingly common. The center right Sarkozy
has real competition in this regard with the Socialist Prime Minister Manuel Valls. Here are some of Valls’
statements in recent years:

“I am by my wife eternally bound to the Jewish community and to Israel. Come on!” — Responding to Jewish critics
on Radio Judaïca Strasbourg on June 17, 2011.

“The Shoah, the extermination of the Jews, the genocide, must be sacralized, sacred.” — On French television
in February 2014 explaining why the government was more sensitive to anti-Semitism than to anti-Islamic or
anti-Catholic actions.

“Anti-Zionism is the open door to anti-Semitism [. . .]. The Jews of France are more than ever the Frenchmen
at the vanguard of the Republic and of our values.” — Speech at an event organized by the CRIF (the official Jewish lobby)
held on March 19, 2014. Valls was flanked by CRIF President Roger Cuckierman and Bernard-Henri Lévy.
The event was attended by the Jewish Defense League (an organization banned for terrorism in the United States
of America and Israel.)

“So madame [Marion Maréchal-Le Pen], until the end, I will campaign to stigmatize you and to tell you
that you are neither the Republic nor France.” — Response in the National Assembly to the young Le Pen,
on March 10, 2015.

“Why this particular bond [between France and] Israel? This bond is unique. Because we are two sister nations.” —
In a speech of January 25, 2016, at an event dedicated to Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.

These are not exceptional statements. The French prime minister constantly broaches these themes, always
with the same message: Jewish ethno-nationalism is supremely good and must be supported,
French (ethno-)nationalism is supremely evil and must be opposed. Again and again in innumerable speeches
and television or radio appearances. Such comments are also representative of an official policy of enthusiastic
support for the Jewish ethnostate of Israel despite its crimes and of organizing the replacement of the indigenous
French population with African and Islamic settlers. Valls has also taken the lead in excluding nationalist parties
like the Front National from participating in democratic politics and persecuting critics of Jewish ethnocentrism
like Alain Soral and Dieudonné M’Bala M’bala. He has justified all this by publicly affirming on numerous occasions,
perhaps more explicitly than any other French politician, the “sacred” status of the Shoah as the de facto
state religion of France (the Jewish journalist Éric Zemmour has called the Shoah “the official religion of
the French Republic”).

All this is surreal and the begs the question: Who is Manuel Valls? Why is he the prime minister of France?

In this, the independent French journalist Emmanuel Ratier — who passed away in August of last year —
has provided a useful little book titled Le Vrai Visage de Manuel Valls (The True Face of Manuel Valls).
Ratier specializes in documenting and archiving the statements and acts of elite French circles, notably
of the political class, big business, and Freemasonry.

The basic theme of the book, largely citing official and mainstream sources, is that Valls’ meteoric rise to power
has been largely due to cultivating elite power networks, typically with heavily Jewish leadership. Valls enjoyed
a secure place on the margins of the Socialist Party, promoting a “modern” neoliberal-left ideology from a safe seat
representing the heavily Afro-Islamic city of Évry, playing the tough guy on television as a kind of Socialist Sarkozy.
He acquired a reputation as a tough operator prone to hysterical rages against uncooperative journalists and colleagues.
Though long advertising pro-Palestinian views to pander to the citizens of Évry, Valls in 2009 performed an astonishing
pro-Zionist turn and married a Jewish second wife. He then enjoyed a meteoric rise as interior minister under President
François Hollande in 2012 and then as prime minister since 2014. The Socialist government, being grotesquely unpopular
in failing to deliver its economic promises, appealed to Valls to present a stern image and pass right-wing economic reforms.
In his speeches and actions, he has become known for his strident attacks against nationalists.

This review will summarize Ratier’s book and Valls’ life story, while seeking to elucidate what deeper historical forces Valls represents.

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