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The Scale of the French Question: 30k car-b-ques per year & a media blackout

What is so worrying about these problems, is the connivance of the government & the media to conceal information from the public.  The issue arises in Britain too -- there are so many statistics denied us (the number of muslims in prison, the number of children suffering FGM, the number of anti-white racist crimes, the number of vulnerable girls being pimped out).  Trawl through local newspapers online, and you see shocking stuff appearing all over the place.  But the national media and the government information arms never collate this information together and publish it.

They are leaving future generations to face up to the problem when it can no longer be concealed.

These car-b-ques were recognised in January 2011, when 1000 cars were torched in one night.  I thought the media had mistakenly published a story from a previous year. But when I went back and checked, it was just that 1000 cars had been torched the previous year.  In January 2012, the French government/media decided not to publish any stasistics at all about this (it still occurred but the general public were kept in the dark).

http://www.brusselsjournal.com/node/490 


France's Toll of Destruction

From the desk of Paul Belien on Fri, 2005-11-18 22:23

Not a single word in the press anymore about the ongoing vandalism in France’s lost neighbourhoods. Yesterday the French government officially declared the riots over. Police figures are at exactly 98 cars torched on Wednesday night. This, the police say, is “a normal average.” Consequently the 20th consecutive night of violence was declared the last one.

Last night probably another hundred cars were set ablaze – as will be the case tonight, tomorrow night, and the following ones. Before large-scale rioting started on 27 October the police had already registered 30,000 car-becues this year – an average of, indeed, 100 a day. What a boost this must be to the French automobile industry. In the same period there were 3,800 attacks on police officers – a “normal” non-riot average of almost 13 a day.

During the past three weeks of rioting an additional 10,000 cars were torched; 130 police officers got wounded; some 100 factories and industrial buildings were vandalized and/or set ablaze; the same thing happened to some 100 schools, kindergartens, sports centers and (other) government buildings, as well as to at least 13 Christian cemetaries, chapels and churches, plus at least 4 Jewish centers and synagogues. There was also one attempt to set fire to a mosque. Two people were murdered: 56-year old Jean-Claude Irvoas was beaten to death in front of his wife and child, and 61-year old Jacques Le Chenadec was kicked to death when he tried to extinguish a burning dustbin in front of the apartment block where he lived.

Today in the Belgian newspaper De Tijd Nicole le Guennec, a French sociologist, says that car torching has been a common phenomenon in France for the past fifteen years. If this is true and if 100 is the average toll of destruction each night, a staggering 547,500 cars have been destroyed in France during that period. Probably more, because when one car is set alight and the fire destroys surrounding cars as well, the statistics count it as only one car fire. The worst night is traditionally New Year’s eve. Last New Year’s eve 330 cars were destroyed, a low figure compared to previous New Years when around 400 cars were set alight.

In contemporary multicultural France such staggering figures of lawlessness are considered to be a sign of “normality” and are hardly reported in the mainstream media. Neither is the following little piece of information. This week Professor Dominique Reynié of Sorbonne University in Paris, told the Brussels weekly Knack that the French state was obliged to borrow money last week to pay the wages of its civil servants. “The money has run out. One must concede: this is no example of a strong state.”

Perhaps what we are witnessing in Europe, but what the politicians and the media dare not say aloud, is the implosion of the (welfare) state. The Soviet Union suddenly collapsed in 1989, when owing to the inability of communism to create wealth, the state went bankrupt, was unable to maintain its army and hold its empire together. In France, the same thing might be happening. The socialist welfare state is no longer able to maintain law and order and is abandoning entire neighbourhoods to anarchy.

Is there a way out? If one is to believe the French philosopher Alain Finkielkraut there is not. In an interview in the Parisian conservative newspaper Le Figaro last Tuesday (November 15), he said that it is not the French Republic that is failing. “The school of the Republic died a long time ago. It’s the post-Republic model of super-sympathetic educative community immersed in social activism that’s sinking. But alas, it’s an indestructible model, since it feeds on its own fiascos. It reacts to every failure with intensification. And here we go again: through scorn for truth, tomorrow the French school will thus drown the diversity of the black slave trade in the ocean of anti-Western political correctness. We’ll teach colonization not as a terrible, ambiguous historical phenomenon, but as a crime against humanity. Thus we’ll respond to the challenge of integration by hastening national disintegration.”

It is the same with the social-democratic welfare model. It feeds on its own fiascos and will continue to do so until it collapses – implodes – under its own weight. Consequently it is an indestructible model. The only way out is for the implosion to come soon. If it does, then national disintegration may perhaps still be avoided. If it does not, the social fabric of the nation will be damaged beyond repair.

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A few months ago the Mayor and MPs for Marseilles wanted to declare martial law in that city (the most violent city in Europe).  The central government refused to permit it. It will get to the stage where they will not be able to stop this.

I wonder if 1996 refers to the time that muslim sailors commandeered the warship they were on (the plot to do this took place inside the prayer room AKA "jihad command and control centre").

Also, my understanding is that France and Italy buy off terrorists (just as the UK was doing, refusing to prosecute Abu Hamza).  I read a report that stated that in Afghanistan, the German soldiers never, ever left their base. Only the American and British soldiers were doing active duty.

France on fire again. This time the Israeli Palestinian conflict is the trigger.

http://t.co/ifCppLgv9C

Europe hasn't been taking enough action to stop Israel breaking up Hamas. So Hamas mobilise the ready mobs across the world to start making us take notice.

Europe so scared of Islam will soon start putting pressure in Israeli to stop or at least a cease fire (subject to Israel meeting the terms laid out by Hamas) in Gaza. Or the rent a mob will start smashing up our cities.

This is what Hamas means when it says Israel will suffer for attacking them. Hamas and its sympathisers will burn europes capitals until Israel stops.

Its time we realised we should not allow Islamic morons the free run of our countries. Deport them before they destroy us.

On the news today it said there was a pro hamas demo in London today, if any more are called - its a shame no one calls a patriot/pro- Israel counterdemo.

It would likely be opposed by the Police due to fears over violence.

The protest in Paris was banned by the police for fear of violence, but of course the mob went ahead anyway.

Here's a report on the banned demo in Paris, which still went ahead.  Masked faces, fires.

http://online.wsj.com/articles/pro-palestinian-protesters-clash-wit...

Imagine the outrage from our media if the EDL had marched through Tower Hamlets despite a ban, faces masked, setting fire to cars.

More of the racism of low expectations.

http://t.co/wNCbuIKzmy

A comprehensive guide to no-go areas in France.

As you read through you'll come to a piece about how humiliated the Muslims feel about the success of the Chinese in Paris. They respond to this success by attacking and robbing the Chinese.

How can one group be so successful and another a total failure given the same conditions. We know the answer but it seems the political class can't figure it out. And these are the people we vote in to run the place.

The French government is spending an extra €1 billion every 2 months on having soldiers guarding "sensitive" buildings (god how I hate the French use of euphemism).  One benefit is that most crime has fallen in that 2 months.  However, the soldiers are exhausted, and the French government has had to cancel reforms which would have reduced the size of the army by 15,000 people.

http://m.france24.com/en/20150305-tired-soldiers-could-mean-france-...

In another story I saw recently, it stated that the toll on the soldiers was not coming from this euphemistic "exhaustion", but was brought about by the 100s of attacks on them and the people they are guarding.  These attacks have almost entirely gone unreported.  This attack in Nice was reported because the muslims actually managed to knife the soldiers. 

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/feb/03/soldiers-attacked-nice...

Imagine that: French economic reforms derailed, security plans drastically altered, armed soldiers on the streets of France, and the soldiers at a state of exhaustion because they are being attacked by other "French" citizens.

How long before a solider opens fire on a group of muslims trying to kill jews?  How many cars will be torched then?  In all likelihood, the French military will then become a direct target for attack rather than just the jews.

https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&s...

How long before Bastille day is abandoned. 

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