Marseilles Is Now 30-40% Muslim. Excessive Violence, Riots, and Rapes Has Made It the Most Dangerous City in Europe
The Muslim Issue, December 29, 2013
France is probably the worst affected of all western nations by immigration, since it is on the brink of losing its European identity to the insistent Muslims increasing in numbers within French borders. As they grow in population, they come to believe they can impose the will of Islam on the French people, and when they don’t get their way, they often resort to violence.
A number of extraordinary stories have come out of Marseilles in recent weeks. Collectively, they attest to the fact that the city is sinking rapidly into the third world. It has been massively colonised by Muslims, and they are now reproducing there the conditions found in their home countries.
The first bizarre incident to make the headlines was a Wild West-style train robbery. Shopping carts, rocks and bits of metal had been placed across a railway track, forcing a passenger train to stop. A cargo train arrived some time later and found its way barred by the passenger train. Around 20 hooded jeunes (youths) [this is the code the French elite use for Muslims, much like ‘Asian’ in the British media] then appeared, broke into the cargo train and made off with some of the boxes it contained. According to the news reports about the incident, this was not the first time it had happened.
Muslims have now set up unofficial checkpoints in various parts of Marseilles. Anyone entering “their” area has to stop and submit to inspection. Last week, the driver of a van belonging to a food bank, which distributes free food and drink to poor people, was stopped by a group of “jeunes” when trying to enter the Marseilles district of “Air-Bel”. The road had been barred with concrete blocks and bins filled with sand. They searched his vehicle “like policemen applying the law in their territory” in order to “check there weren’t any policemen inside”. When they saw he only had milk, they let him pass through.
Jacques Ansquer, president of the local Food Bank was indignant. “Before, they were attacking policemen, firemen, bus drivers. Now they’re attacking those who are bringing help to the most disadvantaged!” He lodged a complaint with the police, but many people have contacted him urging him to withdraw the complaint because they feel that pursuing it would complicate the Food Bank’s operations in future.
“Politicians and administrative officials must assume their responsibilities for re-establishing republican order,” Ansquer insists. “These zones of non-law are becoming zones that are governed by laws other than ours, a kind of customary law.”
Valérie Boyer, a local UMP (main right-wing party in France) deputy, says that these “checkpoints” have “more or less always existed” but not with the “scope and regularity” they have now. She says the town is a real “draughtboard” where peaceful areas rub up against “enclaves” that are less safe. “
“We need to close our eyes a bit to it here because, afterwards, we’ll have some issues with the drug traffickers.” She speaks openly of a “territorial war”.
More resources have recently been allocated to the police in the area but a spokesman for the police trade union says it is nowhere near enough faced with “over-armed drug traffickers”. “We’re not playing in the same league,” he says, complaining about the lack of personnel and equipment. “Faced with a Kalashnikov, we are basically powerless.”