French cities are enjoying the dubious benefits of ethnic and cultural enrichment as riots continue following the death of two North African youths in a police chase.
Tuesday evening saw a third night of rioting in the Paris suburb of Villiers-le-Bel with hundreds who have attacked police with stones, petrol bombs and in some cases guns, over the past two nights.
The violence spread to five nearby areas on Monday night and the southern town of Toulouse was hit last night.
The violence appears to have been ignited by the death of teenage motorcyclists, Moushn, 15, and Larami, 16, who were not wearing crash helmets and were riding a bike not registered for use on the road, had failed to respect a police car's right of way.
More than a hundred policemen have been injured since Sunday and one was hit in the shoulder by a bullet from a hunting rifle that sliced through his flak jacket.
Patrice Ribeiro, of the Synergie police union, said "genuine urban guerrillas with conventional weapons and hunting weapons" were among the rioters.
"Our colleagues will not allow themselves to be fired upon indefinitely without responding," he said. "We are coming close to a catastrophe with the use of firearms," said UNSA, another police union.
Who is to blame for the riots? There are reports that the young people of North African (Muslim) origin are highly organised and that their local community leaders, often doubling up as imams are helping prepare their shock troops for an escalation of disturbances.
In the centre of Villiers-le-Bel yesterday a group of heavily armed police guarded the town hall.
"This is far worse than 2005," said Christophe, a 30-year-old anti-riot policeman, who stood in full battle dress, including bullet-proof vest and tear-gas canisters.
"Last time they wanted to burn cars and buildings. Now they are after us," he said.
Youths were well organised, with small, mobile groups running rings around the police, said Christophe.
"Last night we went into an estate to stop a fire from a car spreading to a building and were quickly surrounded.
"We literally couldn't get out until reinforcements arrived," he said.
The violence is a disastrous result of France’s multicultural experiment which has seen the deliberate import of millions of culturally and ethnically inassimilable Muslims from North and West Africa and it is the liberal-leftists who, just like their counterparts in the UK, Netherlands and Scandinavia, have penetrated the media, education system and the criminal justice systems are the guilty.
Jean Marie Le Pen, president of the Front National speaking in a discussion at Matignon about the current institutional reforms.
“When these populations mobilize, for whatever reason, they create a public security problem and bear a heavy burden, a burden which will become progressively heavier in proportion, the like of which I deplore, when immigrants become more numerous in our country.”
“There is a foreign over population in our suburbs and there is a shortage of work with the result that too many people have the facility to amble, to play about on motor bikes, or such vehicles, and more often than not in stolen cars.”
"This creates problems and will create more and more unhappiness, as long as no one will have touched upon the fundamental question of, who are the immigrants in France?”
As Le Pen said when he lost the French Presidential elections, "The French must like the riots as they continue to vote for people that won't actually do anything about it."
Source at BNP news.