Angry culture-enrichers in France are threatening to give a teacher the Samuel Paty treatment, i.e. they intend to behead him. It’s not clear what he did to upset the soldiers of Allah, aside from the fact that he’s Jewish.
“We’re going to make him a Samuel Paty”: A history-geography teacher threatened with death in Essonne
by Guillaume Poingt
October 13, 2022
An anonymous letter was delivered to the Georges-Brassens High School in Evry-Courcouronnes on Monday, October 10. The teacher was also the object of anti-Semitic remarks in the letter. An investigation is in progress.
A professor of history-geography at the Georges-Brassens High School in Evry-Courcouronnes in Essonne has been targeted with death threats and anti-Semitic insults in an anonymous letter delivered to the school on Monday, October 10, Le Figaro learned from the public prosecutor’s office of Evry, confirming a report by CNews. The prosecutor’s office informs us that an investigation has been opened for “death threats directed at a public service employee,” with aggravating circumstances pertaining to religion.
“The dirty Jew should stop being sly,” “We will make a Samuel Paty out of him and his father, the old Zionist rabbi,” and further, “We don’t want Jews in the high schools, stay in your synagogues,” we can read in the letter, revealed by CNews.
The teacher, who filed a complaint, was placed under police surveillance. “This is very violent, it touches me personally in my private identity, it touches me as a professor because there is the name of my colleague (Paty), it causes me anxiety… I am determined to return to teaching, but there will be a before and after,” he confided to our news colleagues.
These threats come as teachers and students prepare to honor the memory of Samuel Paty within the context of the revival of attacks against school secularism. On October 16, 2020, Samuel Paty, a 47-year-old professor of history-geography, was beheaded near his school, Bois-d’Aulne Middle School in Conflans-Saint-Honorine (Yvelines). His killer, Abdoulakh Anzorov, an 18-year-old Russian refugee of Chechen origin, accused him of showing cartoons of the prophet Mohammad to his pupils.