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Brigitte Bardot: Sex Symbol Convicted Five Times for Hate Crimes Against Islam


(SNN) - Brigitte Bardot, known as the the sexiest woman to ever hit the silver screen, has been convicted five times in France for “Hate Speech.”

The sex symbol, who was featured in more than forty films, including 1969, “The Vixen,” and “Contempt” in 1963, reigned supreme from 1963 – 1973 as the sexiest woman alive, is again on trial for insulting Muslims and “inciting racial hatred.”

France is a country that does not have a “First Amendment” or freedom of speech protecting the rights of its people, which on the surface is contradictory to a country that held the bloodiest revolution by its people to secure the worlds first real democracy. Of all the countries of Europe, France has embraced Islamic culture and is universally recognized as a place where the Muslim population is not persecuted for their faith.


Brigitte Bardot is not a stranger to controversy. 
Watch and learn how she does not shy away from politics and causes in this documentary.”

What was was her last offense that brought her before the French courts in 2008?

“I am fed up with being under the thumb of this population which is destroying us, destroying our country,” stated Bardot. A statement that is tame in comparison to the anger expressed by many on social media today.

At the age of seventy nine, Bardot, who created an animals rights organization, is not shy when it comes to expressing herself. She is against the slaughter of animals, including killing them for the purpose of religious ceremony. However, it is her complaints about the “Islamization of France” that has gotten her more attention.

A quick list of her previous hate crimes:

  • 1997 - convicted of inciting racial hatred - published an Open Letter in the “Le Figaro.” In the letter she complained about “foreign over-population,” by mostly Muslim families.
  • 1998 - convicted of inciting racial hatred - decrying the loss of French identity and tradition due to the ‘multiplication of mosques while our church bells fall silent for want of priests.’”
  • 2000 - convicted or inciting racial hatred - wrote a book titled “Pluto’s Square”, in which she wrote a chapter where she grieved for “my country, my homeland, my land is again invaded by an overpopulation of foreigners, especially Muslims.”
  • 2004 – brought to court for being politically incorrect for writing in her book “A Cry in the Silence” where she associated Islam with the 9/11 terror attacks describing the “Islamization of France “ by the ‘invaders.’ She also wrote: “Over the last twenty years, we have given in to a subterranean, dangerous, and uncontrolled infiltration, which not only resists adjusting to our laws and customs but which will, as the years pass, attempt to impose its own.”

Bardot's persistent statements have resulted in lawsuits many times, and fines for hate speech. Her conviction in 2008 landed her a fine of 15,000 euros ($21,410 Canadian)

The majority of Muslims are peace loving people, According the Lebanese born American Journalist Brigitte Gabriel, who founded the American Congress For Truth, ACT! for America, Gabriel is on record for stating that according to intelligence sources worldwide, of the 1.6 billion people claiming to be Muslim, 75- 85 percent are peace loving people, leaving only 15 to 25 percent possibly being radicalized. That leaves only 180 to 300 million possible radicalized people dedicated to committing terrorist acts. (cite here)

In a country such as France, who's recent killings of the satirical journalists from “Charlie Hebdo” at the hands of radicalized Islamic terrorists, one would wonder if the authorities' attention could be spent better elsewhere other than on a 79 year old animal rights activist.


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