France/Israel: Subjugation Considered as Foreign Policy by Bruno Guigue
Translation by Vic Sadot from the French published May 23, 2016. Note: One would expect more from a country that has known what life is like under occupation.
Original post in French: France/Israël : de la soumission considérée comme unepolitique étrangère Par Bruno Guigue le 22 mai 2016
There are 6 footnotes provided at the bottom of the translation. These items may not be well known to American or English language readers. Reading at least the parts of the citations in bold is recommended:
Now this poisonous climate is the expression of a deep renunciation of collective resignation. Conduct by officers of France, without culture, toward the Middle East, should have two objectives which derive from its political and historical vocation. It should dialogue with the southern countries by refusing any subordination to the dominant power. It should help to restore the balance in favor of a people under occupation, legitimizing the Palestinian resistance and revoking Israeli impunity. On the contrary, France has strengthened its allegiance to Israel and destabilizes the regional resistance to US hegemony, which Israel sponsors. Instead of loosening the grip of ‘Atlanticism’ (NATO), she tightens the screw further. Instead of speaking the language of reason, France married the most pernicious Zionist theses. François Hollande has blessed the Israeli repression in Gaza. Hollande included Hezbollah (Lebanese Resistance to Israel Invasions) on the European list of ‘terrorist’ organizations, and he has delivered arms to Syrian ‘rebels’ directed by NATO and the oil monarchies. By this submission of France to the ‘Atlanticist’ and Zionist interests, our country is paying with the discredit from which we will not recover anytime soon.