For three nights straight, there have been riots between African migrants and the French police in the city of Nantes. The riots began after the police stopped and shot an alleged criminal, named Abubakar. Wednesday the police declared that they shot the African young man in self-defence after he tried to overrun a police officer.
The scale of the current riots in the French suburbs is larger than usual. The rioters torched numerous cars, a petrol station, a library, a school and several shops. There is even a report that a rifle bullet damaged a police officer helmet. On Friday afternoon the police admitted that the killing of Abubakar was not self-defence but an accident. The Gefira team expects riots in France to become more and more violent and eventually lethal. There will be a price to pay for the demographic change and the gradual ethnic replacement occurring in Western Europe and the US. There are signs that white French bourgeoisie youth will join the violent protests held by the Black Bloc and Antifa.
On the off chance you didn't already know, "African migrants" is code for "violence-prone Muslim males," and "French suburbs" means "the not-so-nice part of town dominated by 'African migrants'."
That said, this is bad news in so many ways, but the most telling is the last sentence of the second graf: "There are signs that white French bourgeoisie youth will join the violent protests held by the Black Bloc and Antifa."
When things go bad in Europe, the street fighting -- and there does always seem to be street fighting -- is between the national socialists and the international socialists, over who gets to take over the government. But now those African migrants make up a major third street-fighting element. And aside from deploying riot police -- and France has some damn fine riot police, lot of practice -- Paris doesn't seem to care very much. They certainly don't care enough to remedy the underlying maladies.
And so it goes. On and on.
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