Gérard Pince, economist and partner of Claude Reichman in the Révolution Bleue movement, has posted a long critique of HALDE (High Authority in the Fight Against Discrimination and For Equality), a government sponsored "civil rights" organization that came into being in December 2004. Its function is to track down all cases of homophobia, discrimination in the workplace, discrimination in hiring, gender discrimination, etc...
Headed by Louis Schweitzer, former CEO of Renault, HALDE is a tool of the thought police, the extremist Left, the immigrants and immigrationists, and it seeks total control through threats of law suits. HALDE at one time sought judicial powers but was defeated in its efforts by the French legislators. Notwithstanding that defeat it continues to act as if it were a high court, and not merely a high consultative "authority":
As the result of a denunciation, HALDE has just reprimanded a person who placed an ad offering housing to functionaries. Now under our current laws, only French citizens can be public servants. HALDE's conclusion: the person is guilty of indirect discrimination! Well and good, but our High Authority ought to examine all the consequences of its decision. For example, […] the possession of a French national ID represents a discrimination towards those who don't have such a card. It would be fitting therefore either to abolish our nationality or to give it to all residents.
HALDE's position is founded on the law of February 25, 2003 stipulating that "there is discrimination whenever a different treatment, that lacks an objective and reasonable justification, is directly based on sex, a presumed race, color, ancestry, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, civil status, birth, fortune, age. philosophical or religious conviction, the current or future state of health, a handicap or a physical characteristic." […]
Note: The French anti-discrimination law, like those of other countries (e.g. Belgium’s) does not speak of race but of “presumed” or “so-called race” (“prétendue race”). According to the politically-correct politicians and ideologues who wrote these bills, human races do not exist because all people are equal. If races do not exist, however, racists cannot exist either. Hence, racism has been redefined. Racists are people who discriminate on the basis of “presumed” or “so-called” race. Non-PC people realize, of course, that consequently the people prosecuted on the basis of these laws are presumed or so-called racists. As Mr. Pince writes:
[T]he vague notion of "objective and reasonable justification" is subject to the free interpretation of the High Authority, leading to all manner of arbitrariness, and creating a permanent dilemma for administrations, enterprises, and private individuals such a landlords. In truth, this absurd law was passed at the instigation of malfeasant associations which, on the pretext of fighting racism, devote their time to persecuting ethnic Frenchmen. In the USSR, the "Minister of Security" was the incarnation of total insecurity, sending people to the gulag for a yes or a no. Likewise, the fight against discriminations covers up the institutionalization of anti-white racism in France.
Furthermore a veritable culture of denunciation has taken hold. Large publicity billboards inciting to denunciation have not been seen here since Vichy. […]
Disguised as the politics of civilization, these criminal laws pervert public morality and empty the nation of all content. […] Confronted with such a situation, we must recall the first principle of the Blue Revolution: As a free individual, I rent, I buy and I sell to whomever I want. I recruit whomever I want. I think, I write, I speak, privately or publicly, as I please.
The Blue Revolution is a citizens' movement. Two years ago a group of French businessmen, writers, historians, etc... headed by businessman Claude Reichman decided that something had to be done about the decline of France. They launched a movement called the Blue Revolution using mainly the Internet and probably the radio as ways of sending their message. They began holding monthly rallies. At first, just a handful of people came; then, it began to grow and the media took notice. Reichman is the most well-known member. Their agenda is the opposite of everything Sarkozy stands for. They are against immigration, aware of the lethal effects of Islamization, against the welfare state, pro-business, and very much attached to traditions.
The "Blues" are not a political party. They want to spread the message and exhorts the French to wake up before it's too late.