En krimbølge feier over Frankrike, og rollene som forbryter og offer går langs etniske skillelinjer. Frykt og politisk korrekthet hindrer en offentlig utlufting, men det er vanskelig å undertrykke at informasjonen kommer ut.

Morten Uhrskov Jensen ser mørkt på fremtiden:

Europas kurs er helt enestående. Vi taler om, at samtlige de »gamle« EU-lande + Norge og Schweiz fører en politik, der spænder fra en midlertidig opbremsning af en katastrofal udvikling og så til den afsindige logik, der ligger i udsagnet »efter os, syndfloden«. Europas politikere synes alle som en besatte af at leve velbehageligt, hvorpå deres efterkommere kan få lov til at betale den største regning nogensinde i kontinentets 1.500 år lange historie.

Han viser til en post på gallia watch som tar for seg hendelsene og ser et klart mønster.

A veritable crime wave in France has alarmed even the French media, exacerbated the already-great fears of the people who risk their lives on a daily basis and prompted one website – Riposte Laïque – to reexamine its own position on the meaning of humanitarian values. Cyrano, the editorialist at RL, has published a lengthy summary of some of these crimes. Since his essay was published there have been several new cases of serious crimes. The following is condensed from the RL editorial:

In Tremblay-en-France (Seine-Saint-Denis), buses were pelted with stones or set on fire as reprisals for the arrests of drug traffickers. The Interior Minister sent riot police to accompany the buses which were again not only pelted with stones but shot at. One of the police cars accompanying them was also pelted, as is customary.

In Grenoble (Isère), Martin, 23 years old, was stabbed and beaten in the center city by a gang of «young people» from the «sensitive neighborhoods». He apparently refused to give a cigarette to one of his attackers. He suffered a perforated lung and his condition is still very serious.

Note: Martin’s uncle, instead of denouncing the laxness of the government in matters of crime, instead of denouncing the immigration policy that has generated so many crimes, denounced the «inequalities» in French society as the cause of the horrible crime against his nephew. In a recent post Louis Chagnon denounces, in turn, this blind refusal on the part of victims and victims’ families to face reality.

In Ulis (Essonne), two girls, 14 and 15, were repeatedly raped by a gang of minors. Their families went to the police. Because of pressure from the neighborhood and the fear of reprisals, one of them had to leave the neighborhood.

Note: A rally in support of the girls (who were from Mali), was held on April 17. Only about 50 people attended. Though the girls were from Mali, it isn’t clear who the assailants were. Five boys, ages 15-17, were arrested. The neighborhood did not seem sympathetic towards the girls. One woman said, «Oh, girls are loose today, that’s all. We support the brothers.» During the rally someone called out, «They consented to it.» I can only guess that they were all blacks, if not Malians. Readers at the François Desouche website, while sympathetic to the plight of the girls, were angry that a rally was held for two Malians, since crimes against ethnic French people barely cause a ripple of protest.

The only comment I can add is that violent crimes will continue to plague the country unabated so long as non-assimilable non-Europeans are allowed in.

In Narbonne (Aude), Moïse Chekroun, a 59-year-old merchant had his shop pillaged and his car sabotaged. «Death to Jews, death to the police», were two graffiti messages left behind. His 13-year-old son was attacked and injured. Chekroun is considering leaving the neighborhood. (…)

Marcel Campion, manager of the Foire du Trône, an annual Parisian fair, reports repeated raids by hundreds of «young blacks», with many acts of violence, and beatings of whites. Violence has increased in the buses of Toulon (Var). A local newspaper «La Provence» notes a «troubling flare-up of acts of gratuitous violence» in Aix-en-Provence, a city usually considered peaceful compared to its neighbor Marseilles. Robbery was the motive in the beating of a man on the beach at Mandelieu-la-Napoule (Alpes-Maritimes). Shots were fired at a worker in Avignon (Vaucluse). Again in Avignon, a 14-year old criminal dragged a 72-year-old woman several yards to steal her handbag. In Villepinte (Seine-Saint-Denis), reporters from France 3 researching urban violence were doused with tear gas and stripped. In Saint-Quentin (Aisne), a 12-year-old multi-recidivist set fire to the hair of a 90-year-old woman to «give his friends a good laugh.» In Perpignan, three policemen were injured on the job, one having his finger pulled off by the man they were trying to arrest. In Arras (Pas-de-Calais), a middle-school pupil, 14, was raped in a public park by three minors, ages 12-14.

Note: I will add to the above list the recent attack on a 67-year old man from Narbonne, as reported by Novopress. The father of seven was walking his dog when a gang of thugs, ages 14-15, pelted him with stones. He treated his wounds but two days later had a heart attack. One of the assailants had shouted at him: «Today it’s your turn!» Even though there were witnesses, no one came forward. One resident said, «Everyone knows that behind these teens are the big brothers. No one will ever talk.» Novopress concludes:

People who are terrorized, or accomplices, cover in a blanket of silence the wild beasts capable of endless violence. This is the true face of the «diversity» that irresponsible pseudo-humanists continue to laud, forever refusing to admit the reality of its daily atrocities.

And here’s another story from the city of Perpignan:

Marc-Henri Picard and his wife Myriam were in their apartment with their baby girl. He became angry at the loud continuous racket outside made by scooters that are driven at top speed around the building every Friday and Saturday evening. He admits to being on edge because one month earlier his wife had been hit by a scooter and the baby had fallen out of the carriage. The guy who did it just smiled. This particular Saturday he told the «young people» to quiet down. Twenty minutes later the noise started up again. He took a pitcher of water and threw it at them. Insults flew as well as death threats. Then they broke into the building and climbed the stairs. Terrified, Myriam took the baby and hid in the bathroom. Like madmen they shouted death threats and rape threats against Myriam. She somehow managed to contact the police who came immediately, just before the door broke down completely. Thirty seconds more and the couple would have been killed. Says Marc-Henri: «It’s crazy, but we are the ones who have to leave, because our child was in danger.»

Back to Riposte Laïque. Cyrano goes on:

Those are a few examples of «daily news items» that you can read about on a daily basis in the regional newspapers. Few of them became national stories, and yet, thirty years ago any crime of this nature would have been on the evening news for several days and provoked general indignation. «Gratuitous violence» is becoming banal, even as it becomes more and more barbarous.

Note: There may be a connection. It may be that the more barbarous the crimes and the more terrorized the people, the stronger the «law of silence» (hear no evil, see no evil, etc…) becomes. People learn to accept anything, and fear is a great silencer.

Cyrano reproaches both the «Right» (meaning Sarkozy) and the Left. The «Right» has failed in its republican duty to protect the citizenry, the Left has not budged one inch from its ideological complicity with the thugs, pinning blame for the violence on social problems and poverty. He points out that the real poverty in France is in the rural countryside, not in Seine-Saint-Denis. He then focuses on the most important point of all:

(…) one cannot help but admit that in most of the crimes listed above the assailants were black African or North African Muslim, while the victims were French or European.

We humbly admit, and this is difficult for us here at Riposte Laïque, being people of the Left (not ideologically, but in terms of humanitarian and democratic values), that certain obvious facts have to be accepted. We too fear «cosseting the Front National», we too defend a humanistic, feminist and social universalism in the purest republican tradition of Jean Jaurès.

But Jean Jaurès also said: «Courage means seeking the truth and saying it, it means not submitting to the passing law of triumphant lies and not echoing imbecilic applause or fanatical hisses. (…) All progress comes from thought, and workers must first be given time and strength to think.»

So we are thinking and seeking the truth. And this truth is found in the reality of the facts. And the facts demonstrate that we are witnessing an offensive against the Republic and against the French people, not only from conquering Islam, but from a part of the immigrant population or its descendants who are overtly rejecting our culture, our values and the right of the French people to live in freedom and security.

We are witnessing a rebellion of an ethnic/religious nature, with assaults led by minority residents against a part of the population (the autochthons, the «souchiens», the whites, the Europeans) and against its possessions and its ideals. We are witnessing a remake of what happened in Kosovo or in Lebanon, with the consequences that everyone knows. This is what is simply called a civil war, according to the definitions of the U.N. and the Geneva Conventions. Whether you are on the Left or the Right, it is a fact.

Note: A reminder that «souchien» is based on the word «souche» meaning «root», but the word «souchien» when broken up into «sous chien» means «lower than a dog». The word has come to be used as a term of intense contempt for the French people.