While France and Germany censor their media, and attempt to portray their growing violence as nothing more than hooliganism, downplaying the extremism, occasionally the truth is revealed.
In France the small immigrant town of Champigny-sur-Marne was subjected to a slew of violence as black immigrants savagely beat a police woman and policeman in the street, destroyed over 1030 vehicles and randomly set fire to whatever they could. No one was arrested. Why?
In November, a French policeman assigned border patrol in Calais was sentenced to six months in jail for slapping a migrant.
Migrants on the streets have taken to protesting the police and government claiming a humanitarian crisis whereby they are unfairly and unjustly treated. And so Macron’s government has established a laissez faire attitude toward the migrants and the MSM is not focusing on the continued riots and violence, instead they are focusing on Iran.
But riots in France have become near commonplace, erupting virtually every month this past year. And despite the fact that just a few months ago, France was quite pridefully miffed when ‘an area’ was called a no-go zone by the US, now entire Districts and parts of towns are openly recognized as such.
In Paris 510 people were arrested over NYE and 140,000 security forces were required to be dispersed across France. By comparison, the US deployed 1500 security in Las Vegas, and 5,000 in New York City. Why? Possible terrorism. And yet, the discussion regarding the entry of ‘more immigrants’ remains a debate.
A culture of violence begets a District of violence begets a country of violence.
Germany reported sexual assaults on women in Berlin, Hamburg and Cologne citing the assailants as being men from Syria and Afghanistan.
Sometimes the reports are so benign the brutality and/or violence seems minimal – that is unless you happen to be the victim. Our compassion is squelched because the media needs to pretend it is all nothing in order to placate and expound on the notion that there isn’t a problem.
In fact it has become so perverse that Rainer Wendt, Chairman of German Police Union, stated that Germany was sending the wrong signal by providing safe zones for women. According to Wendt, such a thing would end equality and freedom of movement… Of course he seems to be a bit upside down in his thinking – given the freedom and equality have already been devastated by Germany’s decision to attempt to integrate violence into society.
Within Wendt’s point is the concept that ‘safe zones’ are even required to be created given the environment of assaults. However, failing to address the cause or eradicate the problem will ultimately never provide a solution.
When Germany and France attempt to censor the media and the world from the truth about the impact migrants have on their country, on crime, on society, on citizens – they are condoning the behavior. And as long as the behavior is condoned, it will grow, infest, and find chaos to be its joy.