"Peugeot car plant closed as Muslim workers took 'too many prayer breaks', claims official
THE head of the France's centre-right Union of Democrats and Independents (UDI) political party, Jean-Christophe Lagarde, has claimed a PSA Peugeot Citroen car plant had to close because it had hired too many "unproductive" Muslim employees.
By ROMINA MCGUINNESS
PUBLISHED: 06:01, Thu, Jan 5, 2017 | UPDATED: 08:46, Thu, Jan 5, 2017
The hardline centrist, who is also deputy mayor of Drancy, a suburb northeast of Paris, said that the carmaker's Aulnay plant, which closed in 2013, had been forced to shut its doors because of "problems arising from never-ending religious demands by Muslim employees".
He said: "The Aulnay site closed because Muslim employees were constantly taking unscheduled prayer breaks and had become unproductive. It's the truth. A Peugeot official told me that it was one - but obviously not the only - of the reasons the plant was shut down."
The shocking claims were made in French newspaper France Info."
And what do you think the laid off muslim 'workers' do now, huh, after such a stellar job producing fine Peugeot cars? Why, live off welfare of course!
One should however not be too quick to bestow on Mr Lagarde the honor of whistle-blower. Because like far too many Frenchmen and -women, he, too, could be counted upon to do things reliably dead wrong at each and every occasion, and then some. As Riposte Laique reports:
« La religion n’a rien à faire au travail », a déclaré M. Lagarde, lui qui admettait pourtant dans le Parisien du 6 septembre 2008 avoir sciemment trompé ses électeurs en finançant la construction d’une salle municipale transformée en mosquée pour la coquette somme de 1,8 million d’euros. Il assumait son choix d’utiliser les fonds publics en douce : « oui, je vous ai volontairement caché que ce serait une mosquée. […] Et aujourd’hui, tout prouve que j’avais raison de le faire. Contrairement à tous ces maires qui annoncent dans les médias qu’ils veulent une mosquée, moi, je l’ai. Je n’ai pas voulu l’annoncer à la population car cela aurait forcément créé des tensions ».
"Religion's got no place on the job", declared Mr. Lagarde, he who nevertheless admitted in the 'Le Parisien' newspaper, edition 6 September 2008, to have deliberately fooled his electorate by financing the reconversion of a municipal hall into a mosque for the neat sum of 1.8 million EUR. He candidly explained his decision to use public funding the way he did as follows: 'Yes, I deliberately did not tell you that it would be a mosque. [...] And today, everything proves that I had reason to do so. Unlike all those mayors who announce in the media that they want a mosque, I, I did it. I did not want to announce it to the broader population because that would have caused tensions."
That was in 2008. We are now 2017. I wonder if the good mayor still thinks secretly using public money, coughed up by infidels, to build a mosque is such a swell idea. I am not a mayor, nor will I ever be, but at least 4 years PRIOR to Mr Lagarde's building a mosque, i.e. in 2004, I was warning on these very pages against the horrible dangers that islamization poses for our continent.
Also per Riposte Laique, a picture of a muslim calendar as used in another Peugeot plant, this one at Poissy, to the northwest of Paris. Notice how integrated the muslim 'workers' are: five years ago, for them it was the year 1433-1434 (post ole Mo).
Of course, they did not live in 1433-1434 aka 2012. Not even close. Like today they don't live in 1438-1439.
They live in the 7th century (our count).
And we have NO USE for assholes like that.