It should be noted that Mélenchon, a native of Morocco, has a weakness for "integrated" Arabs, which personally inclines him to show benevolence towards "Frenchmen of the Muslim faith". Mélenchon's deep psychology is simple to understand: he thinks he is a Moroccan because he was born in Morocco, surrounded by Arabs. For him, historical France is something that reminds him of his dyke nature and the Republic, with its egalitarian and universalist ideology, seems to him to be the ideal weapon to destroy the native French he despises.
It is in order to settle his scores that he wants to forcibly found this radical historical bloc, which is based on the Third World birth rate in France.
The riposte of the radical left
The response of the radical left to the attacks of the secular bourgeoisie was aimed especially at Manuel Valls, who in his eyes embodied the successor to Adolphe Thiers, i.e., the bourgeois political left allied with the monarchist reaction to crush the Paris Commune in 1871, the equivalent of today's "suburbs" in the leftist imagination.
For these radicals, everything beyond Mélenchon (and more) is on the margins of fascism.
The radical left has exchanged white workers for Arabs, but the revolutionary discourse remains the same.
We are facing a situation where the established republican left, under the ideological domination of French Jewry, is at war with the radical left for the control of the Afro-Muslim masses, just as in the 20th century the socialist left was at war with the communist left for the control of the working masses following the break between revolutionaries and reformists at the Congress of Tours in 1920. After this congress, the communist wing assumed its internationalism by taking orders from revolutionary Bolshevik Russia while the socialists rallied to French and Anglo-American capitalism.
One hundred years later, it is a reissue of this rupture: the internationalist radical left is moving closer to the masses of the Third World, for whom Islam is the ascendant cultural and political form, while the bourgeois left is moving closer to the business right to defend the republican regime and the Jewish status quo.
The Muslim Brotherhood, a geopolitical tool
It so happens that the Muslim Brotherhood, of which the CCIF is one of the organizations in France, represents internationalist and expansionist Islamism, as opposed to Jihadism, which is essentially centered on the reconquest of Muslim countries that have fallen "into apostasy.
The fact that the CCIF, Baraka City or the Sheikh Yassin Movement are targeted by Darmanin (Minister of the Interior/Police) is not linked to their "radicality". Otherwise, hundreds of mosques would have to be closed. It is linked to the current confrontation between Macron and Erdogan in the Eastern Mediterranean, Libya, Syria and now Armenia. The AKP, Erdogan's party, is a branch of the Muslim Brotherhood and these associations are all linked to this brotherhood. Macron thus wants to exploit the situation to get rid of old friends who have become geopolitically cumbersome since the Syrian failure and the terrorist fallout on France.
When in 2010 France was allied with Qatar and Turkey to overthrow Bashar Al Assad by arming the Islamists, the Muslim Brotherhood was welcomed at the Ministry of the Interior in a friendly atmosphere. The former minister of the republic Cazeneuve opened his table to the whole gang.
I understand the bitterness of the Muslim Brotherhood. Accustomed to cunning and subversion, they have just been given a lesson in backstabbing by the Jews.
However, the Muslim Brotherhood is not exactly the association of Tunisian workers in Pontoise. It is a worldwide organization with unlimited funds and the support of entire governments, including the U.S. State Department.
There is here a line of methodological divergence between the interests of the Jewish American empire and those of French Jewry, which is now playing for its survival in the face of the formidable rise of Islam in France.