Nathan is one of the few publishers in France which financially benefits from government contracts, which means their books are read by almost all of France’s comprehensive school children.
Voice of Europe (h/t Ellie) Nathan has now published a sex education manual entitled “How to make babies?”. The 32-page book, which is written for children from 5 years of age, will be given to France’s state run kindergartens, with millions of children in attendance.
The book answers questions such as, “What is it like to be in love?”, “What does it mean to make love?”. As a typical example the book depicts a mixed-race couple, with a white woman and a man with Arab Muslim appearance, drawn on the pages to help children understand “how to make babies”.
Of course there is nothing wrong with interracial couples, but why is it always focused on migrant men having sex with white women? We barely see a woman with a headscarf depicted as dating or having sex with a white man.
The same tendency is seen in a Swedish campaign that focuses on migrants having sex as well. On the website we barely see women with headscarves dating or having sex with white men.
In France, publisher Nathan is holding a leading position in three facets of the publishing business, in particular, Literature, Education and Reference.
According to the company, education has been at the heart of its activity for more than 130 years, and they are one of France’s best-known brands.
Nathan is also a publisher who is no stranger to controversy; last year their maths book for high schoolers featured a maths problem on the drowning of migrants.
I wonder how much, if any, of the book will focus on Muslim paedophiles and little white girls?
Do the books teach little French white girls about what will happen to them if they marry an Arab Muslim and move to his Muslim country?
MW News When 26-year-old Hannah James married a moderate Muslim man, she had bought into the left’s claim that jihadists are a “tiny minority of extremists.” The pair wedded, moved to Bahrain, and lived happily ever after — until she was introduced to Islam in its purest form.
The Daily Mail reports that soon after the wedding, Jassim Alhaddar turned violent. He became incredibly jealous and began beating his wife. Finally, she had enough and decided to take her young son and head back to Britain to be with her mother. This was when Jassim beat her the worst.
Covered in large bruises all over her face and upper body, Hannah went to the authorities and reported her husband’s abuse. Unfortunately, Bahrain operates under Sharia law, which not only allows men to beat their wives in accordance with the Quran but considers women to be the property of their husbands. All it took for them to lock the battered woman behind bars for nearly a month was her husband’s 5-word accusation — she’s been cheating on me.
Although Jassim brazenly confessed to beating his wife, the police let him walk free and arrested his battered wife for adultery simply because her husband accused her of it. Under Sharia law, adultery is a punishable offense, but typically only for women. Bahrain’s legal system even punishes rape victims by forcing their male attackers to marry them, even if the victim is a child. While a man can divorce his wife for any reason, a woman may not leave even if she’s being physically assaulted.
Hannah survived in prison on a diet of 3 daily meals of rice and water. Luckily, she has been released but is not allowed to leave Bahrain, especially since her husband destroyed her passport. Now, Hannah faces 1 to 5 years in prison for committing adultery, although the authorities have no evidence other than Jassim’s accusation.