Names of arrested rioters proves wrong French got't claims on rioters origin | Eastern North Carolina Now

The Macron government and other French establishment sources like former Socialist president Hollande have been busy claiming that the recent devastating race riots in France had nothing to do with immigration.  Those riots did a billion euros worth of damage, 650 million euros of it covered by insurance.  The police did not keep statistics on immigration status or ethnicity of those arrested.

However, an enterprising reporter found a way around the roadblock by demanding a list of the names of those arrested, and then computing the frequency of first names among the arrested rioters.  What he found was that the name "Mohammed" was by far the most common, and the top 18 most common first names among the rioters were all indicative of Muslim or Arab identity.

A poll by French media found that 73% of French voters believe that anyone who rioted who was a French citizen should be stripped of their citizenship.

Meanwhile, in other illegal immigration news in Europe:

Poland:  Poles nearly lynch illegal aliens sexually harassing young girls at a swimming pool:

Germany: Staff at a swimming pool complex in Berlin wrote a letter to a city newspaper complaining of Arab migrants and Chechins sexual assaults on women and leaving feces on the walls, leading them to have to close the pool.

France: An African migrant pushes an elderly woman to her death on the train tracks at Paris.

Spain:  5 migrants gang rape a German tourist at Mallorca, and the German media self-censors their migrant origin.

Germany: An Afghan migrant known to be an Islamist sympathizer is arrested at the Hamburg railway station with a suitcase full of machetes.

Germany: A major German newspaper, Zeit (Time) has blamed rising migrant violence at swimming pools on rising prices for French fries!

Sweden:  The new conservative govenrment has again tightened immigration rules to discourage migrants from coming.

And the above has only been in the past week.

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Big Bob said:
( July 18th, 2023 @ 2:57 pm )
Mighty broad brush
( July 18th, 2023 @ 12:49 pm )
Europe's swimming pools have become zones for sexual assaults on women and young children, both boys and girls, by Muslim migrants. One remembers a couple of years ago the rape of a 10 year old boy by a Syrian migrant at a swimming pool in Austria. The boy suffered significant internal injuries and serious psychological trauma from the anal rape. The migrant, after raping the boy causally went back to swimming and when the police arrived to arrest him, he said it was all okay because he had a sexual emergency due to not having had sex for several months. Then at trial, the migrant rapist said he did not know the boy objected because he did not speak German and did not know what the boy was saying. In the end the sentence the migrant received was widely deemed inadequate. That only encourages local people to take the law into their own hands, as the group of Poles did.

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