Do The French Love Us?

Tuesday, November 08, 2005
I found this thanks to no-pasaran:

J'ai donc essayé mais en vain, de contacter le site de l'ambassade des USA, à dessein de demander à Bush de se préparer à nous aider à vider et à réorienter sur leur continent, les musulmano-africains et à nous protéger, nos dirigeants ne faisant que prêter le flanc au lieu de voir qu'il s'agit bien d'uen guerre civile nécessitant un traitement militaire sans concession.

Impossible d'avoir le site de l'ambassade des Etats-Unis à Paris, pour cause de saturation !

Machine translation:

I thus tested but in vain, to contact the site of the embassy of the USA, intentionally to ask Bush to prepare to help us to empty and reorientate on their continent, musulmano-African and to protect us, our leaders doing nothing but lend the side instead of seeing that it is indeed uen civil war requiring a military treatment without concession.

Impossible to have the site of the embassy from the United States in Paris, due to saturation!

Sure fella, we should "reorientate on their continent, musulmano-African." Send the Jews to Germany, the North Africans back to Africa. What is it with the French?

Sorry about the saturated phone lines at the US embassy. Please leave your name and phone number and we will get back to you.

9 comments:

Knucklehead said...

Chuck,

I can't make out precisely which continent the writer want's the USA to help reorient the "musulmano-africains" to. I say no deal whether this continent or another.

We have this little bit of propaganda to overcome:

"Give me your tired, your poor,
Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,
The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.
Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me.
I lift my lamp beside the golden door."


But I'm pretty sure we're safe on a technicality. They aren't homeless - they have their very own suburbs.

ambisinistral said...

Well, my machine translated French is a bit rusty, but by their continent I think he means Africa.

"Send 'em back to Africa." Hmmm... where have I heard that before?

terrye said...

What was it De Gaulle said after the liberation of Paris?

Something along the lines of Yankee go home.

This is not the first time I have heard of something like this. Africans have been known to carry signs asking for Bush to help them.

chuck said...

but by their continent I think he means Africa.

I think you are right, so I changed it. Thanks ambi.

Knucklehead said...

Well, one bad machine translation deserves another iffn ya aks me.

Nous sommes oncle Pierre
Si Désolé que Nous Sommes Si Désolé Si Nous Vous Avons Causé n'importe quelle Douleur
Nous Sommes oncle Pierre
Si Désolés Mais il n'y personne A Gauche A à la maison
Et je Crois que je suis la Pluie de Gonna

Nous sommes Si Désolés Mais Nous n'Avons pas Entendu UNE Chose toute la journée
Nous Sommes oncle Pierre
Si Désolés Mais Si N'importe quoi Doit Arriver Nous Serons Sûrs de Donner UN Anneau

Nous sommes oncle Pierre
Si Désolés Mais Nous n'Avons pas Fait UNE Chose Sanglante toute la journée
Nous Sommes oncle Pierre
Si Désolés Mais La Bouilloire Sur Le Bout Et Nous Sommes Si Facilement Appelés Loin

Rick Ballard said...

Thank God, the French have finally agreed upon the terms of surrender.

Spring '06 fashion tip:

French designers today announced the return of the scarf as a "mandatory" fashion accessory for the coming spring season. "It adds an element of mystery", stated Maurice LeJaune, manager of the newly renamed "L'esprit de al-Paree" design salon.

chuck said...

I don't know, Rick. The yutes may want to beat on them some more before they let them surrender. But hey, I have an idea. Lets drop arms to the resistence in the French countryside. There might even be some this time around.

Peter UK said...

Rick,
This looks like a business opportunity of the Sicilian kind.
I will wager any start up business there will be cleaned out in less than a week.


Sorry I posted this on the first thread not having seen yours.

Rick Ballard said...

Peter,

It is said that the Mafia was first formed during the Bourbon rule of Sicily. The French have been paying Arab extortionists for some time. They are used to it and it has worked just fine - so far. Which is remarkably like the condition of the fellow who jumped from the top of a twenty story building as he passed the tenth floor.