Sunday, October 22, 2006

"We Will
Have Paris"

Will we? Bogart and Bergman may have thought so. Increasingly, it is looking as if Paris may be just 10-20 years from becoming Dar al-Islam.

The Associated Press reports that French Police are now fighting against a "Permanent Intifada."

EPINAY-SUR-SEINE, France - On a routine call, three unwitting police officers fell into a trap. A car darted out to block their path, and dozens of hooded youths surged out of the darkness to attack them with stones, bats and tear gas before fleeing. One officer was hospitalized, and no arrests made.

The recent ambush was emblematic of what some officers say has become a near-perpetual and increasingly violent conflict between police and gangs in tough, largely immigrant French neighborhoods that were the scene of a three-week paroxysm of rioting last year.

One small police union claims officers are facing a "permanent intifada." Police injuries have risen in the year since the wave of violence.

On Sunday, a band of about 30 youths, some wearing masks, forced passengers out of a bus in a southern Paris suburb in broad daylight Sunday, set it on fire, then stoned firefighters who came to the rescue, police said. No one was injured. Two people were arrested, one of them a 13-year-old, according to LCI television.

In France, a high school teacher received death threats, forcing him into hiding, after he wrote a newspaper editorial in September saying Muslim fundamentalists are trying to muzzle Europe's democratic liberties.

Michel Thooris, head of the small Action Police union, claims that the new violence is taking on an Islamic fundamentalist tinge.

"Many youths, many arsonists, many vandals behind the violence do it to cries of 'Allah Akbar' (God is Great) when our police cars are stoned," he said in an interview.

I love that they say the violence is taking on a tinge of the Islamic. It has been that from the beginning. The only difference is now the press is finding it difficult to not report the facts, because seemingly everyone else knows, except the reporters.

Forget the mainstream media. You need to read the blogs.

For instance, my friend Blueslord, who lives in Spain, and also speaks French, translated some articles and put together this great post about the French Riots. This all comes from her blog, Actual Jihad:


A French newspaper reports that last year's nationwide (chiefly Muslim) riots -- which spread like wildfire throughout France, laying waste to dozens of public buildings and businesses and 9,000 cars, trucks, and busses -- cost insurers 160,000,000 Euros (more than US$200,ooo,ooo). $200,000,000 for a nation whose GDP is approximately that of California! That's a huge bill to pay. Maybe it's time to think of such riots -- past, present, and future -- as "Hurricane Mohammed."

The interested insurance companies are holding the government responsible, which is a natural and necessary direction in which to point fingers. A generation and more of a plainly failed immigration policies has saddled France with a predominantly Muslim underclass that appears permanent and permanently unruly. Can the same French government be trusted to transform France's ethnic tinderboxes into anything socially useful? Barely.

In the meantime, we know, radical Islam worked wonders on the mind of one of France's native sons. How many more is it working on right now? Who in the end will save France from its demographic rot (and in turn save the rest of the West from this French rot)?

Last Friday, my friend Pastorius from CUANAS asked my translate a post by No Pasarán about the damages the riots have provoked. This is the result:

Since January 2006:

Burned Cars: 31614
Burned public goods: 4397.
Burned trash cans:20080.
Collective violence against security, health services and firemen: 4214
Projectile launcher (like grenades or something...): 6113
Real estate occupations (houses and apartments): 228
Urban furniture damaged (that would be stuff like park benches and bus shelters): 5959.

So France has denied clearance to 43 French Bag Handlers, due to suspicions they were connected with radical organizations.

Today French paper Le Monde reports that 4 "jeunes" have been placed on provisional detention because of the attack to a policeman in Épinay-sur-Seine. The charges are "tentative de meurtre aggravé sur un fonctionnaire de police avec préméditation, dégradation en réunion et association de malfaiteurs", that is, attempted murder of a police civil servant aggravated with premeditation, degradated reunion and asociation of wicked people. It also says that the "jeunes" menaced badly the agents and one of the detained has been interviewed by police force fifteen times, because of robbing and cannabis dealing (More here).

These comes after 3 police vars were blocked in Seine-saint-Denis: one of the policemen was sprayed with oil and hurt in the neck and in the face (via I like your style)The newspaper also informs that France has created a new adminsitrative infraction: "voluntary violence against policemen caused by weapons and in an organised band".

It adds Orléans have also suffered new violences, where a car of BAC's car has been caught by some "jeunes", after the condamnation of other two "jeunes" because of throwing projectiles to policemen in the night between Wednesday and Thursday.

The Times also underlines that:

FLAMES lick around a burning car on a tiny telephone screen. Omar, 17, a veteran of France’s suburban riots, replayed the sequence with pride. “It was great. We did lots of them and then we went out and torched more the next day.”

Omar, whose parents immigrated from Mali, was savouring memories of the revolt that erupted 12 months ago from his home, the Chêne Pointu estate in Clichy-sous-Bois, in the eastern outskirts of Paris. “We’re ready for it again. In fact it hasn’t stopped,” he added.

[...] “The thing that has changed over the past month is that they now want to kill us,” said Bruno Beschizza, the leader of Synergie, a union to which 40 per cent of officers belong. Action Police, a hardline union, said: “We are in a civil war, orchestrated by radical Islamists.”

Car-burning has become so routine on the estates that it has been eclipsed in news coverage by the violence against police. Sebastian Roche, a sociologist who has published a book on the riots, said that torching a vehicle had become a standard amusement.

“There is an apprenticeship of destruction. Kids learn where the petrol tank is, how to make a petrol bomb,” he told The Times. ...

You can read the interesting post from The Belmont Club called The fire this time.

Libertad Digital (via En Defensa de Occidente) also reports that an obstetrician has been attacked by a Muslim because he did not want his wife to be treated by a man.

The French Obstetritians have issued a statement in which they say:

We will continue to have hospital services, in which women, whether women or men, will treat their patients, whatever their gender is [...] We defend the freedom of the women to determine their ideas about contraception, abortion, estirilization, without the opinion of their husbands [...] We are not going to issue certificates of virginity because of family's petitions [...] or to remake the himen, as we are asked for, because that is only a help for women's submission. Islam should adapt itself to modernity, not modernity to Islam.

Even if you are against abortion (as I am) I think this is necessary to be said. Because this kind of Islamist thugs are in essence hypocrites, who are not teaching people to act because of their conscience and convictions BUT because they are terrified of the consequences, whether they are imposed by their husbands, fathers, brothers, etc.

France is fearing the anniversary of last years' riots. (from Noisy Room.Net)

And lastly a video: Some youths are shooting a rocket on the street in Grigny where massive riots happened last year (via LGF).

I really fear the worst predictions are going to be fulfilled.