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  • ross1948 21:23 on July 26, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , cathedral, Nantes,   

    Another Grateful ‘Refugee?’ Rwandan Re-Arrested In Nantes! 


    Like most of you, probably, I wondered, when that beautiful Nantes Cathedral was set ablaze, if it was the dirty work of undesirable aliens.

    They do, after all, commit more than their fair share of criminal offences in France, as in many countries,

    Then a ‘church volunteer’ was arrested, then released, a Rwandan ‘refugee,’ we were told, so we waited….


    …and sure enough, the dirty savage has been re-arrested after he ‘admitted starting a fire that devastated the cathedral in the French city…’

    Now we wait again, but at least his lawyer ( paid for by whom?) meanwhile provides grounds for amusement.

    It’s someone who is scared, who is somehow overwhelmed,” said Quentin Chabert…



    The ingrate swine would have good reason to be ‘scared’ if the decent French folk of Nantes got hold of him, and he’d certainly be ‘overwhelmed’ bloody ‘tout suite’ if that’s the correct French phrase.


    • Hasil gambar untuk tarring and feathering
    • ….

    A spot of tarring and feathering would not go amiss, a circuit of the city prior to imprisonment, and maybe once again, prior to deportation.

    Now, he IS going to be deported, isn’t he?

    Or will that European Court order Macron not to do the right thing?

    An order which, both as a subservient lackey of the ‘European Project…’



    ..and as an Open Borders fanatic, Le Muppet would quickly and contemptibly comply.

    Unless, of course, he might slip the Rwandan rat aboard one of the bludger-boats, to be cheerfully despatched across the English Channel!


    • Dominic Bralaeu 21:51 on July 26, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Guests who arrive uninvited and make a mess of your home should be thrown out.
      I like your idea of tarring and feathering.
      Unfortunately, Macron, like Merkel, and Johnson too, always ignore the will of the people.
      The worst of it is, they don’t even wait to be ordered by the European judges!


    • Vanessa Reilly 22:35 on July 26, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      It wasn’t unexpected, was it?
      No normal French person would commit arson against one of France’s most outstanding heritage buildings.
      So it had to be either a deranged individual or a non-French individual.
      Most police know of local lunatics, so when they first detained the ingrate, I thought they had their man.
      Now we know.
      He will never be deported. Macron is a weakling.


  • ross1948 18:24 on July 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Aboubakar, , , Nantes, , ,   

    Get Real, France! Free The Cop, Shoot The Riot Scum! 

    Nantes, till a week ago, to me, was just a name from history books, with a personal relevance.

    In 1685, the King of France revoked the Edict of Nantes, that guarantee of liberty which had allowed my Protestant Huguenot ancestors to live in peace.

    To avoid massacres and mayhem…


    Gambar terkait


    …Charles De Azeley, my great-great (x 6 or 7, I think) grandfather, took his family into exile, along with thousands of others, real refugees, not the whining, often barbarous ingrates who infest too many European cities these days.

    “Attacks Now A Daily Routine..:” So DyeThat Blonde Hair

    How Many Evil ‘Aid Workers’ Covered Up Calais Rape

    Paris migrants gang rape and gag teen at Eiffel Tower

    Calais Women ‘Take Turns Staying Awake In Case Someone Attacks!’   


    My own forebears chose to settle in Ulster.



    …and within a generation became proud Britons.

    But as for modern Nantes? I knew nothing of the city, although it’s been in the news from time to time in recent years…Nantes van attack: Dozens injured after man shouting ‘Allahu Akbar …but had to read about it in every corner of the media last week – it’s not entirely populated with proud French folk!


    Hasil gambar untuk nantes riots


    Vile alien savages have been running amok, after a policeman did France a favour by taking out a ‘young man,’ as Deutsche Welle, delicately put it .

    In fact it was a thug, Aboubakar F, wanted for theft and membership in criminal gangs…

    The cur was also on the wanted list for robbery since June 15.

    He was also previously known to police as he committed about a dozen offenses, including a gang robbery, burglary and criminal conspiracy…his vehicle was also allegedly used in drug trafficking. 


    DW did admit that the lawless mayhem erupted in ‘sensitive’ areas.

    Hasil gambar untuk sensitive urban zones


    Inexplicably, French officialdom uses that adjective to describe banlieue neighbourhoods infested with aliens and their offspring – offspring likely born in France but irredeemably alien in their mentality and allegiance.

    There’s nothing remotely ’sensitive’ about savages, so presumably some wet bureaucrat selected the word to dissimulate, to distort real French people’s perception of the lairs of their Enemy Within…

    ‘State Of Siege’ In Carcassonne’s “Sensitive” Zone! 

    …the NO-GO areas…

     Sensitive Urban Zones (zones urbaines sensibles, ZUS)   https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/12362/france-macron-no-go-zones

    Incredibly, a local top cop aped that London buffoon who inanely described the welcome demise of a home-invading ‘traveller’ brute a ‘tragedy…’ 

    London’s Terrible Top Cop – Fire That F-Wit Mackey! 

    ..by summing up the Nantes incident – “One of his colleagues then fired, hitting the young man who unfortunately died…” 



    Cars and school burn in Nantes during third night of riots

    Incredibly, again, the officer who shot the swine, a policeman who surely deserves a civic reception for exceptional service to the community….

    …., or a medal, or promotion…



    …is now facing prosecution!

    …while the judiciary is reflecting the Un-French Constitutional Court’s slack indifference to law enforcement…

    Rogue Judges In Paris, Aiding And Abetting Illegals! 

    ..by unleashing barbarous hoodlums within days of their capture!

    On Friday, three men were given suspended prison sentences for violence committed against police two days earlier…   https://www.npr.org/2018/07/06/626629209/nights-of-unrest-torched-cars-after-fatal-police-shooting-in-nantes-france

    So persecute the policeman, give a green light to dirty thugs?


    The Nantes riots spread to Paris, where the slain 22-year-old grew up, after youths threw Molotov cocktails at police and set dumpsters alight early on Thursday.

    Taking that cop into custody is disgraceful, and makes a mockery of the government ‘vow’ earlier this year – a crackdown on urban violence after a shocking video emerged of a policewoman being beaten by a crowd in a Paris suburb on New Year’s Eve. 

    The police should be issued machine guns and orders to use them.


    But that’s a short-term solution.

    Time for France to think big.

    A new Edict Of Nantes but for all the Republique Francaise, imposing military occupation of these areas, subdue the swine engaged in mayhem, saturation sweeping to catch and detain all illegals for deportation, internment also for known agitators whether alien or not…



    …and confinement of every known sympathiser with alien dogmas that instruct their followers to offer allegiance to ideology rather than to France.

    • Diana 19:01 on July 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Why are they not shooting these criminals?
      Why use that policeman as a scapegoat when he did the community a favour?
      The dead man was a known criminal, not just some person walking home from work who got in the way.
      We know our judges here are not worth the money they are paid (from our taxes) but how can any French court let rioters who are guilty of violence against police just go home or back out rioting?
      It is a very bad state of affairs and I hope the good people in Nantes do something about it.


    • Poul R 20:05 on July 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      What you say is only what anyone with common sense says, but the powers that be in most of Europe have no more use for common sense than they have any concern for us common people whose lives and way of life have been put under threat by their stupid migrant policies.


    • Mort 21:13 on July 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      If the French had done as you advise the first time there was banlieue unrest years ago, they would not be having all this trouble now.
      Best thing for rioters anywhere, any time, is an iron fist.


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