Wednesday, October 03, 2007 - FRENCH MUSLIM RIOTS

What The Media Isn't Telling You
About The French Muslim Riots (Part 1)

(Originally published by JTF.ORG on November 23, 2005)

They're everywhere - Muslims rioted in hundreds of French cities and towns (only the largest ones are indicated on the map), setting fire to thousands of buildings, homes and cars

In this two-part series about the savage Muslim riots which have lately racked French society, JTF will point out a few facts about the riots themselves, and about their profoundly important implications for the future of Western civilization, which have somehow escaped the attention of the left-wing, Muslim-loving media.

First, let us examine the riots themselves, on the one hand as widely covered in the media, and on the other hand as they actually took place.

As a preface, note that the riots were the worst disturbances in France since World War II. At their height, over 300 cities and towns were attacked nightly by hordes of black and North African Muslims armed with gasoline bombs, blazing cars (used as attack vehicles) and - as we shall see - guns.

Tens of thousands of cars, trucks and buses were torched; hundreds of buildings burned to the ground; and at least one victim was beaten to death by a Muslim mob after he tried to put out a fire in a trash can. Dozens of French police and firefighters have been injured, and in one incident, two French policemen were seriously hurt by shotgun fire which also slightly wounded eight of their comrades.

France is already 12% Muslim - and things are getting worse by the day

Near Paris, a 15-month-old infant was struck in the head after Muslims threw rocks at a bus.

Tens of thousands of vehicles were destroyed

The epidemic spread across France, from the north - where it threatened to spill over into Belgium and Germany - to the south, to the Riviera. It was only after weeks of rioting that "only" 80 cities and towns were attacked by mobs in a single night, and the French authorities could breathe a sigh of relief and report that the level of violence in its restive Muslim fifth column had "returned to normal."

The riots were supposed to have been started when a pair of black Muslim youths, chased into a power station by French police, were electrocuted. ("They died for nothing," the rioters screamed, on hearing the news.) The left-wing, Muslim-loving media has repeated this story almost unquestioningly, hardly ever adding that the two youths had prior criminal records, and hardly ever bothering to mention that the French police have repeatedly and vigorously denied chasing the youths - that the "victims" were actually two young Islamic criminals who broke into the station of their own volition, quite likely intent on theft or vandalism.

In a November 7, 2005 "report" - not an editorial, but an actual news article - the Guardian, a left-wing, Muslim-loving, America-hating, Israel-hating British rag, "reported" on the French riots - The French police have vigorously and repeatedly denied that the young black Muslim criminals - who had prior criminal records - were chased into the power station

In the interest of fair play and fair reporting, the statements of the French police should be given at least as much weight as those of the rioters, who are Muslims and who will therefore lie about everything, especially when dealing with the non-Muslim "infidel," lying to him being a sacred obligation explicitly imposed upon all Muslims in their religious writings, the bloodthirsty bible of Islamic terror - the Muslim terrorist Koran - and its companion work, the Muslim terrorist Hadith.

As in the stories of "Koran desecration" which were lately repeated in Newsweek magazine without the slightest shred of proof, and which led to rioting in the Muslim world which killed over a dozen persons, and which put the lives of "infidels" everywhere at risk, the media are clearly less concerned with getting their facts straight than with slanting the story to their own liking, and to the liking of their Arab Muslim terrorist petrodollar paymasters, into whose hands is now concentrated the majority ownership of the world's news wire services, including the Associated Press (the AP, a.k.a. the "Arab Press"), Reuters and UPI.

In a scene reminiscent of Iraq, hooded Muslims express their contempt of "infidel" Western society by stomping on a burned-out car

In a scene reminiscent of Israel, Muslim terrorist "youth" hurl stones in Toulouse - In one incident, a 15-month-old infant was struck in the head by a rock aimed at a bus

Nor have we been given clearly to understand the sheer savagery of the attacks. We have not been informed, for example, that French police and firefighters came under gunfire while attempting to extinguish the blazes set by the Muslim criminals. Nor have we been told that the rioters concentrated their attention on "soft" targets - targets which had very little security because the Westerners who built and maintained them could not conceive of anyone wishing to attack them.

Firemen and police came under gunfire as they tried to quell the riots and fires, and one 60-year-old Frenchman was beaten to death

One such soft target was a hospital, obviously staffed and occupied twenty-four hours a day, which was hit by firebombs. The bombs bounced off the walls of the building instead of going through the windows, as they were intended to do, but the intent of the perpetrators was clear, to burn down the wards of helpless, bedridden patients, many of
whom were likely themselves Muslims, enjoying the free medical care of French socialism.

A handful of Muslim terrorist miscreants - a drop in the bucket - are arrested by French police

In addition, dozens of French nurseries and foundling (abandoned baby) hospitals were set ablaze, in some cases by burning cars rammed into the buildings. These attacks, too, were characteristic of Muslim cruelty and barbarity. As the history of the last thirteen hundred years has demonstrated, and as the "sacred" writings of the Muslims themselves attest, the "faithful" man, the Muslim, never troubles his head about the age and sex of his victims. Indeed, the weaker and "softer" his targets, the better they are to his cowardly liking, in part because their deaths and injury are more likely to instill terror in the hearts of the "infidels."

Storefronts blaze after they were looted and set afire

Spreading chaos and destruction wherever they go - A pair of Muslims stroll down a French street littered with burned-out cars

Most importantly, the media has lied outright in denying that the riots were non-white Muslim attacks on white French Christians. While there may have been a few white French "wiggers" among the miscreants - renegades who hate their own country as much as Eminem hates his - the vast majority were indeed of Islamic and Third World extraction, even though the neighborhoods in which the disturbances took place were as much as 50% white French Christian.

In the furtherance of its "big lie," the media has been careful to gloss over the numerous attacks on churches and synagogues which prove conclusively that despite what we have been told, the riots were indeed Muslim in character, not some eruption of social discontent by the "new miserables" of France. Over and over again, by choosing targets that were not only "soft" but religious - and by using as their pretext the "desecration" by French police of a mosque, into which some tear gas may have been thrown - the rioters proved their burning desire to expunge every vestige of Christianity, Judaism and every other non-Muslim religion, from every land foolish enough to welcome demon-possessed Islamic vipers into its bosom.

The mayor of Carpentras
surveys a firebombed nursery

A nursery at Acheres was burned to the ground - note the collapsed roof - but the pictures of its infants somehow survived

To be continued....

There is no way to save America from moral and spiritual destruction - which will lead to physical destruction - unless right-wing righteous Gentiles are prepared to lead a massive civil disobedience revolt against the traitors destroying this once great nation.

If we are willing to mobilize now, it is not too late to save America. For the sake of America, Israel and the West, we hope and pray that we can motivate G-d-fearing American patriots
to act.

In your heart, you know we're right. And in your guts, you know they're nuts.

An elderly Frenchman walks past the wrecks of burned-out cars - In one incident, a 60-year-old Frenchman was beaten to death by the Muslim mobs for trying to put out a fire in a trash can

A rescue worker rescues dolls from a nursery, set ablaze by the Muslim terrorist rioters

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Britain 'no longer closest Bush ally'

By Toby Harnden in Washington
Last Updated: 8:19am BST 03/10/2007

The White House no longer views Britain as its most loyal ally in Europe since Gordon Brown took office and is instead increasingly turning towards France and Germany, according to Bush administration sources.

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  • "There's concern about Brown," a senior White House foreign policy official told The Daily Telegraph. "But this is compensated by the fact that Paris and Berlin are much less of a headache. The need to hinge everything on London as the guarantor of European security has gone."

    US president George W Bush and French president Nicolas Sarkozy
    Nicolas Sarkozy is seen by many as the man Bush can best do business with in Europe

    With Tony Blair departed, Nicolas Sarkozy, the French president, is seen by many as the man George W Bush can best do business with in Europe. Although Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, has not lived up to initial expectations in Washington, she is still seen as far preferable to her predecessor Gerhard Schröder.

    The White House official added that Britain would always be "the cornerstone" of US policy towards Europe but there was "a lot of unhappiness" about how British forces had performed in Basra and an acceptance that Mr Brown would pull the remaining 4,500 troops out of Iraq next year.

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  • "Operationally, British forces have performed poorly in Basra," said the official. "Maybe it's best that they leave. Now we will have a clear field in southern Iraq." Another White House official described Mr Brown as "challenging" and far less close to the US than Mr Blair.

    There has been a notable reduction in contact between Downing Street and the White House since Mr Blair left and US officials have remarked on how few British ministers have visited Washington in recent months.


    Mr Brown and Mr Bush are understood to have spoken twice by telephone in three months since they met at Camp David in June, whereas Mr Blair and Mr Bush held video-link conferences, often weekly.

    Kurt Volker, a senior State Department official with responsibility for Europe, disagreed with the White House official's view, arguing that the British withdrawal to the airport in Basra was a "tactical" decision and that the predicted chaos "hasn't happened".

    He told The Daily Telegraph that Mr Brown had shown "a lot more steadiness than maybe people expected" and while his style had been very different from that of Tony Blair there had been "a lot of consistency" over policy.

    But Mr Volker emphasised that "things are changing in Europe" and paid tribute to Bernard Kouchner, the French foreign minister, both for visiting Iraq and for warning over Iran that the world had to "prepare for the worst and the worst is war".

    "Kouchner's comments were very helpful because what he is indicating is that this is serious. It's not just a matter of playing out diplomacy forever with no result. It's got to provide a result."

    Privately, White House aides accept that Mr Brown would not support military action against Iran. There is also disquiet about what US officials view as double dealing by special advisers briefing an anti-White House message in London and a more favourable one in Washington. "That sort of manoeuvring is not appreciated," said one diplomatic source.

    The wariness about Mr Brown could open doors to the Conservative Party.

    Owen Paterson, the shadow Northern Ireland secretary, recently met several key White House officials, including Barry Jackson, who recently took over many of Karl Rove's duties as a policy adviser to Mr Bush.

    A British diplomatic source said: "In the White House there's a sense of enormous change from Blair. They used to be on the phone to Blair all the time and that's no longer the case because Brown clearly wants to be the unBlair.

    "At the Pentagon, there's a feeling that Britain is letting the side down on Iraq. The new best friend is Sarkozy and that means Brown taking a step back doesn't matter as much. In White House eyes, Sarkozy is taking up the slack from Blair. "When things get tough, however, they're likely to turn to Britain again."

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