The Appeal of Paris – December 18th, 2010

The ‘Islamization’ of Europe Conference, which took place in Paris, on the 18th December 2010, is a founding act. For the first time, orators coming from the whole of Europe shared one same platform to denounce the Islamic conquest at work on our continent.
At the end of the Conference, the parties, organizations, associations, websites and news blogs which supported this initiative agreed, beyond their different political orientations, on a common manifesto :
We rise up against the aggressive proselytism of islam, against the occupation of public space by muslim prayers, against the financing of mosques with public funds, against the development of the halal food market, against the fate reserved by islam to women, as opposed to our principle of equality between women and men and, in general, against any advance of islam on the soil of Europe,
Faced with the ‘islamization’ of Europe, we reaffirm our unfailing attachment to our multimillenial civilization, its values and traditions,
We invite all the peoples of Europe and the world to preserve the future of our children and grand-children, by rising up against any attempt to replace the laws of their countries – a legacy of their history and a guarantee of social balance – by rules imported from abroad and incompatible with them,
We invite them to defend the European citizens’ freedom of speech, the free debate and free vote on this subject matter,
We invite them to pursue their political or editorial actions to oppose the increasing demands of islam as they would oppose any kind of totalitarianism,
We invite them to reject any sectarianism or jealous claiming in the fight against ‘islamization’, for any dissension would be detrimental to the people and the country,
We invite everyone to join an association or party that leads this fight, in accordance with one’s own political sensitivity and to bond with individuals, groups and countries in order to set up strong network. That’s the only way to resist the sexist, homophobic, islamic totalitarianism, which aims, by using demographic dynamics and intimidation, to suppress a humanist civilization. We reject obscurantism, superstition and blind submission of Man to morbid and disgraceful principles.
In this day and age, we have founded a free association of independent organizations. We are a team. We have a fight. In this day and age, we launch a European movement of resistance, based upon the defence of our civilization faced with a new totalitarianism.”