Muslim Riots In France Part Deux

Again riots have broken out in the suburbs of Paris, however this time the riots are armed with guns. After two nights, this latest round looks to be more intense than the 2005 riots. This time police are accused of a hit and run…

What I find interesting no media outlet is saying this is a Muslim Riot. Just like in 2005, the liberal media was afraid to say it was a Muslim Riot while it was happening. This time they keep repeating “youths” from an Arab, Black and White housing block… The media needs to call this for what it is. Stop the political correctness…

This is terrorism, not just riots.

“We all know what happened. It was deliberate,” added a young man in his early twenties. “The police treat us like animals each day. Now, they have declared war. Well, they can have a war.”

The two youths involved in the accident in question have typical Muslim names:

Youths in Villiers-le-Bel alleged that the dead boys – named only as Moushin, 15, and 16-year-old Larami –

A brother of the one “victims”, has said this is not violence, but an expression of rage, notice how they are already being dubbed victims, when all official reports that they caused the accident. Well I would call this both, yes it an expression of rage, however it is a violent expression of rage…

Omar Sehhouli, brother of one of the victims, told France Info radio: “This is a failure to assist a person in danger. It is 100 % a [police] blunder. They know it, and that’s why they did not stay at the scene,” he told France Info radio.

Sehhouli also told the news agency AFP that the rioting “was not violence but an expression of rage”.

However maybe they are Christian Arabs and I am jumping to conclusions based on the last series of riots and now established violent history of the Muslims in France.

VILLIERS-LE-BEL, France — Rampaging youths rioted overnight in the suburbs of Paris, hurling Molotov cocktails and setting fire to dozens of cars. At least 77 officers were injured, a senior police union official said Tuesday.

The violence was more intense than during three weeks of rioting in 2005, said the official, Patrice Ribeiro. Police were shot at and are facing “genuine urban guerillas with conventional weapons and hunting weapons.”

Some officers were hit by shotgun pellets, Interior Minister Michele Alliot-Marie said. She said there were six serious injuries, “people who notably were struck in the face and close to the eyes.”

The trigger for the rioting was the deaths of two teens killed in a crash with a police patrol car on Sunday in Villiers-le-Bel, a town of public housing blocks home to a mix of Arab, black and white residents in Paris’s northern suburbs.

Residents said that officers left the crash scene without helping the teens, whose motorbike collided with the car. Officials cast doubt on the claim, but the internal police oversight agency was investigating.

Youths first rioted that night and again overnight Monday to Tuesday, when the violence apparently got worse. Rioters set police barricades on fire and threw stones and Molotov cocktails at officers, who retaliated with tear gas and rubber bullets. In Villiers-le-Bel and surrounding areas, youths set fire to 36 vehicles, the area’s prefecture said. Youths were seen firing buckshot at police and reporters.

A police union official said a round from a hunting rifle pierced the body armor of one officer who suffered a serious shoulder wound. Among the buildings targeted by the youths was a library, which was set afire.

In Sunday’s violence, eight people were arrested and 20 police officers were injured — including the town’s police chief, who was beaten in the face when he tried to negotiate with the rioters, police said. One firefighter also was injured.

The unrest in 2005 was prompted by the deaths of two teens electrocuted in a power substation while hiding from police in a suburb northeast of Paris.

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6 Responses

  1. As french, i can tell you that our country is very slowwwww in some ways, US got youth camps since years, here maybe in 20 years we will maybe be able to do something, but here too many people won’t give their veto to say yes, ok let’s give a try, people want to try another things that youth camps, if you do that here, you’ll be a racist, if you say that we should put these ppl in psychatric care or in jail, everyone would say that you are and still a racist, whahtever if it’s true or not, these days, you can’t do or say anything against these ppl here, because we are all sitting on a bomb and because you will be considered like a racist, IT’S NOT VIOLENCE BUT AN EXPRESSION OF RAGE !!?? yeah let me laugh, we say that since the 70s and nothing changed, I think it’s time to do something, it’s always because they are poor, easy excuse.. During years, the tag walls, burns cars, garbages, steal all the time, force women to have sex, if you look at at them in the eyes, you’ll get a knife planted in your arm, they are just crazy.. They are considering the police status like their enemies, but really.. Look that great example, 2 boys on a little motorcycle without light and protection were riding very fast in there area, a police car patrol was driving pretty slow, the motorcycle came of front of the police car and killed the 2 boys and the police officers went our their car and call the emergency, but they had to go away from the crash area because a lot of nervous ppl came to fight the police, they will probably killed them if they haven’t leave the place, i’m sure about that, these ppl are savages and they can’t calm themselves down. And look now, everyone is saying that the police car were chasing them and killed them !! this is ridiculus, 5 ppl have seen exactly what happened from different place, and it’s still exactly the same deposition, it was an accident, a stupid and sad accident for sure, but that’s it !! and now it’s not enough, some ppl want the “real” truth and the reponsables, but it’s just crap.. Here we really need a police like in the united states, a strong police, with respect and force. My France, shame on you..

    Maxence from france

  2. I HOPE THOSE MONKEY’S TRY THAT CRAP HERE IN THE US.

    THE GOOD OL WHITE BOYS WILL HAVE SOME FUN.

  3. Maxence, thank you for a very insightful piece, however the youth camps will not solve the problem. The problems are two fold, one the parents and how they raise their kids. There are plenty of poor people around the world in worse conditions than those living in these housing projects of Paris. The bulk of these youth do not come close to commiting the autrocities we have witnessed in 2005 and now.
    The second problem is related to the family, and that is the culture they are raised in, the Islamic Extremist attituted is ingrained at home and in the place of worship, this fundamentalism leads these kids to believe the world owes them something and that violence will get it for them.
    Every time someone or some government negotiates with terrorists, every time someone or some government backs down from terrorists, they grow stronger in their belief that if they strike at us they will get what they want…

  4. WIN,
    I will leave you comment posted, only because I want people to see the racist you are.

    Most readers I hope will understand that this is the sentiment of a single lonely person with a lot of hate built up in them for SPS, and that this little man in no terms represents America as a whole.

  5. wasteofoxygen,

    A third aspect of what causes these problems is the all-encompassing welfare state in France. Much like the welfare state grows underclasses in US cities, the same is true in France. Sometimes the worst thing you can do to the people in the lower economic tiers is to give them heavily subsidized (or free) housing, food, utilities, and a little spending cash. Before long entire communities have their value system inverted. And you have lots of time for riots and crime.

  6. Dan, you are quite right, I was trying to say the same thing when I wrote about them thinking the world owes them something… But you expanded what I should have been clearer on.
    Rarely does welfare help those that receive it, because most are able bodied people that can work and earn for themselves but choose not to.
    Welfare should be reserved for those that cannot help themselves….

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