This poster is situated right outside my son's school.
It reads: "Ni voilee, ni violee. Touche pas a ma soeur" which very roughly translated means: neither veiled/hidden nor violated/raped. Keep away from my sister.
This is a slogan belonging to an extreme right political group called Jeunesses Identitaires which has ties to similar groups all over Europe.
The school is an international school which lies in an area with a high immigrant population and I find it interesting that this poster has been put up just here. Was it because the school is international or because of the immigrant population or both, as in kill two birds with one stone?
(I have a QWERTY keyboard thus accents are impossible to type.)