— Tennessee (@TEN_GOP) February 20, 2017
Short at 8 seconds but telling as to why the riots in France drag on.
Read more at The Gatestone Institute Europe
Diversity doesn’t work. It never has. It creates small incidents typically.
In Paris, a small incident has now led to a big riot.
Although this report does not make it clear, earlier reports and photos I’ve seen suggest that the rioters are Negroid Africans.
A very informative two-minute video is embedded at the bottom of this post. Following that one is another purporting to show the latest from Paris. It too is highly informative.
WIDESPREAD suburban rioting spilled into central Paris last night as hundreds went on the rampage over the alleged rape of a young black man by French police.
Officers were forced to unleash tear-gas on angry crowds as buildings and rubbish bins were set on fire around the Barbes Metro station, which is just around the corner from the Eurostar hub at Gare du Nord.
As fire crews went in to extinguish the blazes, lines of riot police were attacked, and shops were looted.
A policeman at the scene said: “Windows have been smashed and officers attacked.
“Small groups of protestors wearing hoods to hide their identities are causing trouble and then running away.
“Small groups of protestors wearing hoods to hide their identities are causing trouble and then running away.
“Everything is being done to try and disperse the crowds, but this could go on for a long time yet.”
Tension have been high in council estates in the Paris suburbs since February 2, when a man identified only as Theo was beaten up and allegedly raped.
The youth worker said he was sodomised by police with a truncheon, as well as being racially abused, spat at and beaten around his genitals.
One unidentified officer has been charged with rape, and three more with assault since Theo was sent to hospital.
He underwent emergency surgery, and has since been visited by President Francois Hollande, who has appealed for calm.
Police stations and squad cars have been attacked since, along with patrols trying to operate around France.
Last night’s protest at Barbes was an illegal one, with police in the 18th arrondissement refusing to give permission for it.
The areas is also close to the Sacre Coeur basilica in the Montmartre area – one hugely popular with tourists, including many from Britain.
Many fear a repeat of the mass housing estate rioting that blighted France over three weeks in 2005, leading to a State of Emergency being declared.
Don’t feel sorry for any of the deported and detained. The longer they’ve lived here, the longer they’ve been stealing from the American worker and taxpayer.
Excerpt from the Chicago Tribune
Pastor Fred Morris looked out over his congregation Sunday as news ricocheted around the world that American authorities were rounding up immigrants in an enforcement surge that President Donald Trump promised on the campaign trail.
Parishioners did not smile as on any other Sunday morning. They stared down at their feet. Others didn’t attend at all.
“There is a dreadful sense of fear. It’s more than palpable. It’s radiating. People are terrified,” said Morris, whose United Methodist mission is in a predominantly Hispanic neighborhood of Los Angeles. “They were just sitting there in stunned silence.”
For days, fear and confusion have gripped immigrant communities after word spread that federal agents were rounding up hundreds of immigrants in cities across the country. The scope of the operation remained unclear on Sunday.
Advocates and immigration lawyers scrambled to contain the panic and to organize seminars and social media campaigns to teach people their rights.
The Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency said the efforts were “routine” and no different than the arrests carried out under former President Barack Obama that targeted those with criminal histories or multiple immigration violations.
But Trump took to Twitter to claim credit.
“The crackdown on illegal criminals is merely the keeping of my campaign promise,” the president wrote. “Gang members, drug dealers & others are being removed!”
Immigration advocates said many immigrants are now afraid to send their children to school and afraid to go to church or work or the hospital. Panicked rumors spread as quickly as the truth.
“Every time so much as a white guy with a clipboard is walking around, everyone runs into their apartments and locks the doors,” Sandoval-Moshenberg said.
Trump signed an executive order days after taking office that made clear that almost any immigrant living illegally in America could be targeted.
Immigrant-rights groups cite the case of Manuel Mosqueda, a 50-year-old house painter, as an example of how they believe ICE agents in the new administration are again going too far.
During last week’s enforcement operation, ICE agents showed up at Mosqueda’s home in the LA suburbs looking for someone else. While there, they inquired about Mosqueda, learned he was here illegally and put him on a bus to Mexico.
Karla Navarrete, a lawyer for the advocacy group CHIRLA, said she sought to stop Mosqueda from being placed on the bus and was told by ICE that things had changed. She said another lawyer filed federal court papers and got a judge to stop the deportation. The bus turned around, and Mosqueda is now jailed in Southern California, waiting to learn his fate.
In Virginia, agents who went to an apartment Thursday looking for a wanted man picked up everyone else in the apartment too, except for one women with a baby in her arms, said Simon Sandoval-Moshenberg, legal director for Legal Aid Justice Center’s immigrant advocacy program in northern Virginia.
“Here’s what happens on the ground: Somebody knocks on the door, they ask for a name, the people are very scared,” said Tessie Borden, an advocate in Los Angeles. “Then they round everybody up and say ‘We’ll sort it out later.’ But sorting it out later may mean separating families and breaking down support systems for these folks.”
The message is getting out:
It’s still a drop in the bucket though.
ICE’s national office pushed back against the idea that anything was out of the ordinary.
“The rash of recent reports about purported ICE checkpoints and random sweeps are false, dangerous, and irresponsible,” the agency wrote in a statement about detentions in the Los Angeles area. “These reports create panic and put communities and law enforcement personnel in unnecessary danger. Individuals who falsely report such activities are doing a disservice to those they claim to support. “
Still, the agency acknowledged the “enforcement surge” in the Los Angeles area. During the five-day operation, ICE agents detained 160 people, all but 10 with “criminal histories,” according to a statement.
Immigrant rights advocates who keep a close eye on deportations said they’ve seen a clear uptick in arrests in multiple cities, including the deportation of Guadalupe “Lupita” García de Rayos, a mother of two U.S. citizens who came to the country at the age of 14, in Phoenix on Thursday.
Officially, there’s 11 million Mexicans in America. Unofficially, it’s probably much higher than that.
So, there’s a lot of territory to be reclaimed from the enemy invaders. The few hundred detained over the last week is a pathetically small number. But the Mexicans are fighting to keep every one of them in the U.S., claiming that they have a right to be here because the whole continent is theirs.
The tears are already flowing like rain.
Sweeping raids by U.S. immigration officials in recent days nabbed hundreds of individuals believed to be in the country illegally, spreading alarm among immigrant rights groups as they scrambled to gather information and warn people in communities nationwide.
Through social media and pop-up legal clinics, immigrant rights groups have doled out around-the-clock assistance, even as federal officials pushed back against the notion that the detentions reflected a vast overhaul of immigration law enforcement ordered by President Trump.
Officials with the Department of Homeland Security confirmed that Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents had conducted “targeted enforcement operations” focused on detaining people with criminal backgrounds in cities across the country. Officials described the operations as “routine.”
Nearly 200 people throughout Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina were arrested last week during raids, according to a preliminary tally provided by ICE’s Atlanta field office. In the Los Angeles area, more than 150 arrests were made in a weeklong operation, ICE officials said.
And in Austin, Texas, ICE officials did not provide a total number of arrests but did notify the Mexican Consulate General of the number of Mexican nationals. A spokesman from the consulate said Saturday that nearly 50 arrests of Mexican nationals had been recorded since Thursday. On average, the consulate is notified of about three each day. (The Mexican government last week urged its nationals in the U.S. to “take precautions” amid a “new reality” for the immigrant community.)
“ICE conducts targeted immigration enforcement in compliance with federal law and agency policy. ICE does not conduct sweeps or raids that target aliens indiscriminately,” Bryan Cox, ICE’s Southern region communications director, said in a statement Saturday.
So many tears and it’s only the beginning.
San Antonio’s Doug Sahm is crying:
South Texas Freddy Fender is crying too:
When diversity and multiculturalism came to Sweden, so did crime.
A policeman says the criminals have won and the Swedish government has been lying about it.
A Swedish policeman admits defeat to criminal gangs. At the same time media and the politicians are accused of having mislead the Swedish people, including not telling people how dangerous the new criminals really are.
Tjärna in Borlänge is one of nearly 60 so-called exclusion areas in Sweden. Car fires, stone throwing and much crime are recurrent in the area. The explanation from the Swedish media and politicians has been that the area is socio-economically vulnerable. The Swedish news outlet Fria Tider has spoken with a Borlänge police officer who claims that the media and the politicians are lying and simplifying.
– I perceive that it was not until the late 1980s that things changed, and in the mid 90s serious organized crime began, heavy criminal and serious violence. It has probably several explanations; the psychiatric reform in 1995 and that Sweden opened up for Europe. Stockholm and other cities changed quickly and I did not feel at all confident with this.
He believes that already then the growing problems of the suburbs started to become visible. The suburbs have always had problems with alcoholism, drugs, glue sniffers and gangs, he says, but it was something that the community could handle.
– Those who made trouble then, they grew up, got families, jobs and houses. It went well for most of them. But obviously very bad for some others, he says.
– At that time people struggled to get anywhere. I feel this is the big difference with many of the people who today live in the suburbs or in the exclusion areas. Those who live there today, they don’t want to struggle, they do not want to fight. They just want to have, and if not, riot-like situations frequently occur.
He says politicians and the media have lied straight to the face of the Swedish people of what is happening in Tjärna and in other so-called areas of social exclusion.
– If people got to know which groups that are present here or in Bergsjön, in Gothenburg or Husby, they would be frightened. These are no ordinary petty criminals thugs we’re talking about. They are people who actually fight to dismantle Sweden and introduce something completely different.
Prior to him starting working in Borlänge, he worked in Stockholm, so he has a good overview. The politicians and the media’s explanation and analysis of the situation are simplified absurdity and dishonesty, he says.
– The media has avoided to talk about the problems and the politicians have either ignored them or thought that previous solutions would work. None of them have dared to see the growing problems as they really are.
One of the areas where the pressure is highest today, is Tjärna outside Borlänge, he says. Almost no Swedes live there and those who dominate are people from Africa, especially Somalia. A majority are Muslims, many are very devoted Muslims, he says.
It is a bleak picture he gives of the area. Police and authorities at first did not understand the problems of the groups that now live in Tjärna.
– It is not so simple that it is only to build a recreation center or launch a football tournament for these groups. Maybe it worked earlier, but then we had to do with individuals who actually wanted to live in a functioning Sweden. These people usually have no interest in this. It’s completely different things at play here. There are cultural differences and we must recognize this, he says.
– As long as we do not talk about these groups’ values and concept of society, we will never be able to come to terms with what is happening in Tjärna and many other areas of social exclusion, is his opinion.
They tried to burn a Swedish teen to death after robbing him. The assailants were let go because they are black. This is what national suicide looks like.
Nothing less than ethnic cleansing is going to solve the crime problem that Swedish politicians deliberately imported into the country in the name of inclusion, diversity, and multiculturalism.
It’s like Swedes have been hypnotized by the left into happily participating in their own annihilation.
THE Sweden Democrats have demanded soldiers should be sent to Malmo to reestablish law and order as violent thugs have turned the city into a ‘no-go zone’.
Launching a seething attack on the red-green parties in Malmo, Magnus Olsson said it was time to call in the military to end the surge in violent crimes that have been sweeping the city.
Painting a blake picture of Sweden’s third largest city, the opposition politician blasted Malmo has lost enough of its citizens to shootouts, grenade attacks and murders.
Speaking to Expressen, Mr Olsson also said there was a great lack of police officers in Sweden, which means officers could benefit from the armed forces’ resources.
He said: “There is a great lack of police officers in Sweden and Malmö. For this reason, it is perhaps time to let the military and police to stand together to reestablish order in the country.
“We absolutely don’t believe the military should go in and to the police’s job.
“However in times of crisis the military can help keep law and order and assist the police with logistics services, materials, vehicles, and more.”
Mr Olsson also called for the local government to invest more in its police department so they were better equipped to crack down on organised crime.
Malmo has seen a surge in violent incidents and during just three months over the summer in 2016, more than 70 cars were set alight by rampaging thugs.
When your colonizers burn your flag and wave around their flag, it’s time to admit your mistake by kicking them out.
Good luck with that. They will resist. But there is no other choice.
The military should be brought into Malmo. The mission should be called Operation Rag Head. Round up the Muslims, put them into cattle cars and transport them back to the hellholes they came from.