Amid the worsening tensions between Algeria and Morocco, one thing has become so obvious any intellectually consistent person can’t deny it. “Israel” and major Jewish groups have this psychopathic hatred and obsession about Algeria. For those who don’t understand the history it understandably makes no sense, as they speak of Algeria in a more deranged way than Jody Arias did about her ex boyfriend. While it is comical how obsessive and psychopathic this vendetta is, this situation is dangerous.
In order to understand Algeria of course, one has to understand the French occupation, the nature of it and what Algerians suffered.
The French invasion would begin in 1830 due to King Charles X facing a lot of problems domestically, so he used the reasons of a fight with the Deylik of Algiers as well as the Berber pirate raids in Southern Europe and Iceland, that France had largely turned a blind to in the past, as the reasons to invade. It should be noted at this time the Berber pirate raids had sharply decreased due to a series of defeats they suffered.
When I address the brutal nature of the French conquest of Algeria, of course I fully get the Berber Pirates who raided Southern Europe and enslaved Christians were utter scum who deserved the most painful deaths possible, but the French monarchy waited till King Charles X was in deep trouble at home to address a problem that they, as was shown, could have easily solved far sooner.
However, the cornered unpopular rat, used these raids as well as an argument with the ruler of the Deylik of Algiers to begin a massive invasion.
They were able to take Algiers in a couple of months and that was very popular for him, that is for about two weeks. He would be overthrown in the July revolution just two weeks after the successful conquest of Algiers.
Louis Philippe I would succeed King Charles X and would win most of the domestic awards for the conquest of Algeria.
The euphoria and excitement about the conquest of Algiers was short lived though, because the war would drag on for a very long period of time.
In the interior of Algeria, the tribal elders would decide on Abdelkader ibn Muhieddine (Emir Abdelkader) to be the one to lead the resistance against the French invasion and to be Emir of the Emirate of Mascara.
The French would take Larbaa, Boudouaou, Constantine and Issers along the coast and after this string of defeats Adbelkader’s resistance forces had to use only guerrilla tactics, which worked well against the French leading to the Treaty of Tafna of 1837 saw Emir Abdelkader and French General Thomas Robert Bugeaud make peace. The French begrudgingly recognized Abdelkader’s control over the interior of Algeria, but that was not to last.
The French military would be back with a vengeance and they would implement some of the most sadistic methods of war possible including burning villages, huts, livestock, food, etc.
French Colonel Lucien de Montagnac admitted he beheaded Algerian locals as part of the attempt to pacify the population.
Algerian tribes faced deportation to places like Guyana (that’s part of the reason Guyana has a fairly large Muslim population as a percentage of its population compared to other places in South America).
Others faced a far more brutal fate at the hands of the sadists in the French military. The 760 people from the Ouled Riah tribe, in an attempt to hide from the French army, hid in a cave in Dahra in 1845. Colonel Aimable Pelissier ordered a tire to be built in front of the cave and set it on fire, suffocating everyone of them. Pelissier predictably had no remorse whatsoever, as he said, “the skin of one of my drums have more value than these 760 people.”
In 1852 his army massacred 2/3 of the people of Laghouat after the conquest of the town.
French philosphers who went to Algeria to see what was going on were left utterly horrified at what they saw. Alexis de Tocqueville, who supported the conquest at first, said the French military were much more barbaric and completely uncivilized than the Arabs were, and this is factoring the brutal Berber pirates also.
Keep in mind here with these massacres and sadistic methods of war that the French were using, this was 22 years into the conquest and they advanced only 400 kilometres past Algiers.
The French conquest of Algeria would eventually fully be completed and they pacified Algeria in 1903 for a brief time.
In the French conquest saw the slaughter of 800,000 people, roughly 30% of the entire Algerian population. That would though be smaller in comparison to what was to come in the Algerian war for independence.
Ultimately though, when Algeria was incorporated fully into France, the ordinary French people did not have much enthusiasm about it. The army would fill these areas of Algeria largely with the rejects, criminals, the unemployed, convicts, and political opponents. For the French European settlers it varied but they did tend to live considerably better than the Algerians but the Jewish community lived far better. It was a rich oligarchic class of French people, Algerian collaborators, and Jews, who lived like Kings in French Algeria.
That was in contrast to the resistance leader Emir Abdelkader who actually saved thousands of Christians in 1860 amid anti Christian riots when he was in exile in Lebanon.
The French army eliminated the Algerian middle class as part of the pacification of the country. If that sounds like something the Jewish elites of the West are trying to do here now, that is because it is exactly what they are trying to do here and now.
The native Algerians were only allowed to have stony rugged lands while the Jewish and European elites had the best land possible and it was subsidized by French taxpayers in France.
Due to the poor pay in Algeria for the native Algerians many decided to immigrate to mainland France, another reason ordinary French people weren’t at all enthusiastic about the incorporation of Algeria into France, because it was bringing demographic changes to parts of France (as it was to Algeria with Europeans and Jews) and the fact French workers were, through their taxes were subsidizing rich elites to live in a land foreign to them alongside a foreign people in a foreign land who didn’t want those elites there.
French people who even sought to reform things were utterly dismissed and vilified by the ruling class forces.
Of course there were many though in France who supported the occupation in Algeria though out of a false sense of nationalistic spirit and other reasons as well. But many understood from any point of view, whether from a humanitarian point of view, a conservative point of view, or from a ethnocentric French point of view, this occupation was not ultimately serving France well and certainly not protecting the French ethnic identity and most certainly not the Algerian one.
In 1954 when the war for independence began, of course, the Jewish community was on the side of the French military in their attempts to continue the occupation in Algeria.
For nearly 6 years there was a hopeless impasse with the French having no path to victory, so as negotiations were happening, President Charles De Gaulle said in a national address on January 29th, 1960 about the policy on Algeria and gave the first signs of breakthrough.
I took, in the name of France, the following decision—the Algerians will have the free choice of their destiny. When, in one way or another – by ceasefire or by complete crushing of the rebels – we will have put an end to the fighting, when, after a prolonged period of appeasement, the population will have become conscious of the stakes and, thanks to us, realised the necessary progress in political, economic, social, educational, and other domains. Then it will be the Algerians who will tell us what they want to be…. Your French of Algeria, how can you listen to the liars and the conspirators who tell you that, if you grant free choice to the Algerians, France and de Gaulle want to abandon you, retreat from Algeria, and deliver you to the rebellion?…. I say to all of our soldiers: your mission comprises neither equivocation nor interpretation. You have to liquidate the rebellious forces, which want to oust France from Algeria and impose on this country its dictatorship of misery and sterility…. Finally, I address myself to France. Well, well, my dear and old country, here we face together, once again, a serious ordeal. In virtue of the mandate that the people have given me and of the national legitimacy, which I have I’ve earned for 20 years, I ask everyone to support me whatever happens.
Most did end the siege of Algiers but militant splinter groups would form after the end of the Siege of Algiers on February 1st. A referendum on self determination of Algeria was held on January 8th 1961 and the question was
“Do you approve the bill submitted to the French people by the President of the Republic and concerning the self-determination of the populations of Algeria and the organization of the public authorities in Algeria prior to self-determination?”
Charles De Gaulle was wanting to bring an end to a humiliating quagmire conflict but a militant terrorist group would arise to fight both the Algerian Nationalist FLN and the French government, the Secret Armed Organization (OAS).
The OAS would engage in terrorist actions both against the French government and the FLN in an attempt to sabotage Algeria’s independence path.
The first victim in France was Pierre Popie, who was the head of the Christian Democratic People’s Republican Movement for saying “French Algeria is dead,” was assassinated. Roger Gavoury, the head of the French police in Algeria was assassinated, not by the FLN, but the OAS.
Charles De Gaulle faced multiple assassination attempts and a coup attempt against him in April. defeated on April 26th 1961.
Attempts at talks first were made in March of 1961 but they collapsed emboldening the OAS and their supporters in the pieds-noir (hardline French settlers) and the Jews to engage in far more violent activity against the Algerians. The streets of Algiers over the coming months were a blood bath with assassinations, throats being slit, shootings, and bombings being a daily occurrence.
The OAS carried out a series of bombings in Paris in a railway station, the main airport, and other places. In the aftermath of these bombings the situation in Paris, the army was deployed in the streets, the trains and buses into Paris were halted, cinemas and theaters mostly shut, and air travel was limited to only Switzerland and Algeria. Tourists were discouraged from going to Paris and anyone who still went into the French capital was regarded with suspicion.
France’s Charles De Gaulle was facing a coup and a planned siege of Paris by these forces fighting in Algeria led by the OAS.
In the famous address to the nation in his World War 2 uniform he said,
An insurrectionary power has established itself in Algeria by a military pronunciamento… This power has an appearance: a quartet of retired generals. It has a reality: a group of officers, partisan, ambitious and fanatical. This group and this quartet possess an expedient and limited knowledge of things. But they only see and understand the Nation and the world distorted by their delirium. Their enterprise leads directly towards a national disaster … I forbid any Frenchman, and first of all any soldier, to execute a single one of their orders … In the face of the misfortune which hangs over the country and the threat to the Republic, having taken advice from the Constitutional Council, the Prime Minister, the president of the Senate, the president of the National Assembly, I have decided to invoke article 16 of the Constitution [on the state of emergency and full special powers given to the head of state in case of a crisis]. Starting from this day, I will take, directly if the need arises, the measures which seem to me demanded by circumstances … Frenchwomen, Frenchmen! Help me!”
Two of the coup plotters were arrested and the orders to launch the coup through a siege of Paris failed while the OAS’ Raoul Salan and Edmond Jouhaoud fled and went into hiding after April 26th when it ended.
In May the talks resumed in Evian and originally France only was willing to concede the Algerian coastal regions to the FLN but that was not going to be accepted by the FLN. The OAS assassinated Evian’s Mayor a month before the talks and while the FLN was meeting the French government in France proper, they stayed at the Swiss retreat owned by the Emir of Qatar.
European owned businesses were bombed by the OAS for not subscribing to the OAS’ ideology.
The turning point beyond any shadow of a doubt in mainland France for the OAS, in the eyes of the French public was when a bomb went off that blinded a 4 year old girl. This was after the FLN began to launch attacks on the OAS in Algeria in early 1962.
13 days after the bombing that blinded a 4 year old girl, on February 20th, 1962, a peace deal was reached between the French state and the FLN which saw the French concede on most everything.
On March 19th, 1962, a ceasefire finally happened between the FLN and the French army but the OAS was not going to give in so easily. The OAS was trying to do all it could to prevent either the FLN or the French military from enforcing law and order.
Predictably the OAS would expand even further to include all the thugs, psychopaths, sadists, and other low life scum that it could possibly include.
In the months leading up to the referendum the OAS was slaughtering dozens of innocent people a day in Algeria. The OAS blew up hospitals, clinics, schools, banks, jails, libraries, shops, factories, labs, businesses large and small, and everything else one could think of. In hospitals they bombed where people survived, they went in and machine gunned them dead.
They financed their operations through a lot of Jewish financial support as well as bank robberies, levies on businesses trying to operate in areas they effectively ran, and fines on poorer European settlers in France.
The OAS while of course killing Algerians more often, they didn’t hesitate to kill any European settlers who didn’t hold to their crazy extreme views, but not any Jews who were more moderate. The OAS also used rape as a weapon of war against people as well.
On July 1st 1962, the referendum on independence passed nearly unanimously and Algeria became an independent state.
Jewish support and participation in the OAS was widespread and they supported the French occupation forces in the war also and supported French control of Algeria. Their boys in the OAS committed so many violent heinous crimes against the Algerians that the Europeans in Algeria were utterly petrified of reprisals. The French army in the war killed a million people in Algeria in the war.
Hundreds of thousands of Europeans in Algeria left, not just the OAS supporters or the elites in the pieds-noir but the poor ones also. Only 30,000 Europeans remained in Algeria after the war, even though Algerian moderates and some in the FLN who weren’t as hardline regretted this fact. Many were aware as to the hand behind the worst of this terror and that hand being one that is Jewish. The Europeans almost all left because they were petrified of the response from the Algerians after all the savage crimes committed by the OAS against the Algerians.
The Algerian Jewish community was expelled and went to mainly France and “Israel” due to their immense support of the French occupation and their even stronger support and involvement in the OAS.
Given over a century and a half of occupation, torture, terror bombings, massacres in every sadistic way possible, being third class citizens in your homelands, your middle class being destroyed, etc, can you really blame the Algerians for not liking the Jews for what they did to them? Nevertheless the Algerian resentment over what was done to them is the source of this Jewish vendetta we see against Algeria.
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