French Circus: Black Spider-Migrant Saves Child – Given Citizenship as Reward

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
May 29, 2018

What a truly touching tale.

And by “touching,” I mean “a boot touching my skull.”

NPR:

A four-year-old dangled from the fifth-floor balcony of an apartment building in Paris. As people below watched in terror, one man sprung to action.

Mamoudou Gassama, a 22-year-old immigrant from Mali, began scaling the building, hoisting himself from balcony to balcony. A man on the neighboring balcony emerges and leans around a partition to grasp the child.

Gassama reaches the child and lifts him to safety — even as he is still astride the balcony.

The dramatic episode, captured on video, quickly went viral. And it turned Gassama into a national hero in France, where he was living illegally.

“Congratulations to Mamoudou Gassama for his act of bravery that saved the life of a child last night,” Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo tweeted on Sunday. “He explained to me that he arrived from Mali a few months ago while dreaming of building his life here. I replied that his heroic gesture is an example for all citizens and that the City of Paris will obviously be keen to support him in his efforts to settle in France.”

On Monday, French President Emmanuel Macron invited Gassama to the presidential palace for a meeting.

“I ran. I crossed the street to save him,” he told Macron, the AP reports. “When I started to climb, it gave me courage to keep climbing.” God “helped me,” he said. “Thank God I saved him.”

“Bravo,” said Macron, nodding with awe. For his “heroic act,” Macron said Gassama would be rewarded with papers to allow him to stay in France legally, French citizenship if he wants it — and that the Paris firefighters brigade would welcome him with a job.

“France is a will, and Mr. GASSAMA has demonstrated with commitment that he had it!” Macron tweeted after the meeting.

Okay so now being France is “a will” and you can become French by being filmed doing a monkylike climbing technique that goes viral on social media.

Honestly, that doesn’t really make any less sense than anything else we’ve got going on these days.

My immediate response upon seeing this news – which I’m sure is shared by many of our readers – is that this was a publicity stunt by the government of France.

The whole situation – the weirdness of child dangling like that (how did it get there?) from a place where it was possible for a person to climb up from the ground (a very rare situation), the immediate meeting with Macron afterward – the way all of this plays into the narrative of the current need of the European elite to force the population to accept these immigrants.

He also looks greatly less raggedy than the average migrant. In fact, he looks like a Negro model used in modern fashion advertisements.

Please compare to a random selection of African migrants in France.

It all seems like a staged media event.

But, I suppose Occam’s Razor still says that dangling a child from a balcony would be a difficult stunt to pull off.

Maybe.

There could have been some kind of wire holding him, but if he’d let go, and the wire was exposed – a very real threat when you’re dealing with a 4-year-old – that would have been extremely difficult to explain.

Although I guess they could have said it was part of a movie set.

Or maybe the child had some adhesive on his hand…

Note that there are also people with the child ready to save it if the migrant fails.

It is in fact unclear why what was clearly a grown man was incapable of pulling this child up on his own without the aid of the migrant.

Okay, whatever.

Even assuming this was all real, it is being exploited to the max by Macron and the JEW media, for the purpose of promoting migrants as beneficial to society.

Well, I hate to burst anyone’s bubble here, but the ability to scale a building like a monkey climbing up a tree is not a particularly useful skill in a modern, technologically developed country.

If at some point this becomes a high-demand skill, we can build mecha-suits that allow normal people to do this.

Mamoudou Gassama isn’t going to help design those suits, I can tell you that.

So even if all of these migrants had that skill – and I do not suppose they do – it would still not make them a practically useful population.

And practical use for this population – once hailed as illiterate peasants who would get jobs in the tech industry and pay the pensions of white people – is the very least of our concerns, presently.

How many children have been murdered by migrants, in comparison to this one that was saved?

Can we please get some math on that, Jewish media?

Macron, do you have numbers on how many children have been killed by migrants vs how many have been saved by them?

I am certain multiple thousands to one.

I mean, these people are our eating little girls.

And feeding them to us.

I don’t know about you, but I would rather one kid fall off a building than one kid be gang-raped, murdered and turned into kebab and sold to the public.

So if those were the only two single events involving a migrant encounter with a white child, I would think we could safely say that migrants are a net negative for white children and society as a whole.

If that boy had fallen to his death, it would not have been after a brutal gang-rape, and no one would have been tricked into eating him.

But this is the cartoon, feminist, Jew reality we live in: everything is based on the power of emotional media events.

We all remember the cause of the migrant crisis in the first place, right?

This old meme remains 100% prescient.

Emotionally charged imagery is not something upon which you can base policy.

Ah, but these emotionally charged images are not what the policy is being based on – the policy is being based on a Jewish agenda to displace, replace and ultimately exterminate white people. The imagery is then presented as the reasoning, and majority accept it, because half of people are women and half the men are womanly in disposition and/or have fully accepted that they must always defer to women.

It goes without saying that in a real society, policy would be based on science.

Of course, no universal suffrage democracy could ever be based on science. Because the concept of allowing a mob of random people, most of whom have accomplished nothing in their lives, determine the course of society can be scientifically shown to be the worst possible form of government – especially when you have a totally controlled media force feeding people selective information and emotional imagery.

It will be interesting to see if there is a backlash against Macron’s treatment of this event. Even if it is simply to say that this is a callous exploitation of a near-tragedy, that would get a discussion going.

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