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  • ross1948 21:15 on October 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Champigny sur Marne, , , , , sensitive zones   

    Savages Attack French Police? Best Shoot The Scum! 

    Here we go again!


    A photo of the storming of the police station of Champigny-sur-Marne last night.  Forty young rioters attempted to enter the police station with fireworks and metal bars.

    The police station of Champigny-sur-Marne under attack by savages

    A mob attacks a police station, ‘in the heart of Champigny-sur-Marne….in a housing estate…listed by Paris police as a problematic neighborhood. https://www.dw.com/en/police-station-in-paris-suburbs-attacked-with-fireworks/a-55234569


    ‘A problematic neighbourhood!

    Is that phrase perhaps the latest incarnation of ‘Sensitive Zone?’

    They’ve been around for years, but bureaucrats like to come up with new terminology….

    Hasil gambar untuk sensitive urban zones


    …as we have suggested before, to distort real French people’s perception of the lairs of their Enemy Within…

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

    François Cocq, a local teacher and former deputy mayor of the area, referred to the neighborhood as “troubled.”  He said that ” the ring road around it with only one entrance and one exit”  makes the suburb “complicated” for police control,



    The media put it down to drug traffickers and no doubt there’s plenty of that.

    But nowhere does the report even mention Champigny is a banlieue – one of the peripheral areas colonised by aliens who, despite decades of residence in La Belle France, have, many if not most of them, utterly failed…


    Banlieue roiting, 2013


    ….of their own volition, to become French..

    ….though insanely they get all the rights and privileges that genuine French folk get, health, education, welfare…and most insanely of all, the vote!

    If Marine Le Pen is not chosen to be President of France in the next election…



    …chances are that the Un-French of the banlieues will have used that undeserved right to stop her!

    The report suggests the current mayhem has arisen due to a ‘scooter crash,’ blamed by the rabble on the police.

    Yet that ex-deputy mayor sums up the Enemy Within’s mentality when he states that ‘as soon as there is tension with the police, “people come to settle their scores directly at the front door of the police…”

    But basically, the problem is that they are lawless because they do not see themselves as French and thus not bound by French laws.

    Macron’s Interior Minister is quoted as pledging support for the beleaguered cops.



    Fine words!

    But action is what’s required.

    Take the handcuffs of the police and let them use their guns.


    Bring in the army if need be.

    A few dozen dead rioters would quell the chaos, and if other areas erupt in solidarity with the swine, dish out the same medicine all over France, until ALL the damn ‘Sensitive Zones’ are pacified. 

  • ross1948 19:32 on July 15, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Sabrina Siddiqui, , sensitive zones   

    Nice To See ICE Doing Its Job Properly! 

    In the era of Obamanation…



    ….there were thousands, millions of crimmigrants strutting around America, confident they had their Big Buddy in the White House, eager not enforce the law against the lawless.

    Now we learn from this weekend’s Guardian that their strutting has to stop, because ICE is doing its job properly….


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    …and effectively!

    Or, as the leftist newspaper’s headline screams. the agency is…

    ‘…on a mission to destroy families’

    What hogwash!

    The article is written by a hackette named Sabrina Siddiqui, whose hysterical hyperbole impelled me to check her out, but although she went to school in the USA, nowhere could I find out where she was born.



    However, I did discover that two years ago she was awarded the accolade of ‘Brown Girl of the Month.’  https://www.browngirlmagazine.com/2015/04/journalist-brown-girl-month-sabrina-siddiqui/;

    That’s a tad racist, is it not?  Would there not be a bit of an outcry if any media announced their award of a ‘White Girl of the Month? 

    But she IS American, right?

    Not according to another gushing hackette in another magazine.

    Contrary to popular belief, Sabrina Siddiqui isn’t Indian, but in fact, a global Muslim with Italian roots, says her cheer-leader, about ‘this fearless Muslim journalist’    .https://www.earnthenecklace.com/sabrina-siddiqui-wiki-things-to-know-about-the-fearless-muslim-american-journalist/

    Pretty sad, to be described by a fan in such damaging language. Whatever one’s creed, who’d want to be portrayed not as Indian, American, British, Italian, or Pakistani, but as a ‘GLOBAL?’

    YUK! Whose flag does a ‘Global’ salute?

    But one of those pro-Sabrina mags also tells us that it’s not easy to learn much about her, so I leave that to anybody keen enough to research.

    Back to ICE, of which I have become increasingly fond, since the Media Democrats and their puppet judiciary began attacking the agency.



    All this ridiculous hoo-ha aimed at putting young children back under the care and control of plainly unfit parents – what kind of mom or pop drags a little one along on a criminal enterprise?

    Illegal Aliens Fatally Separate American Parents and Children

    No concern at all for decent families?

    The Guardian hackette  – let’s call her SS – has something of a knack for presenting criminals as everyday folks in the everyday world.

    Cr-p like this about 

    ...a delivery man at the Nonna Delia’s pizzeria in Queens, New York.The father of two pulled up with a bulk lunch order at Fort Hamilton, an army base about a half hour from the restaurant. But unlike previous deliveries , this time Villavicencio, an undocumented immigrant WAS ARRESTED!

    To which we can only say...

    So there’s still hope of that crimmigrant’s deportation

    SS follows this up with a lament that his case is far from unique.

    So we read on aboutan elderly couplewho may have thought they were immune from American law because NYC’s far-left mayor had issued them with city ID cards.  

    But they got caught too.

    SS doesn’t care at all that these illegals have been getting away with their illegality for years.

    Instead she gladdens the hearts of patriotic Guardian readers (a small band, admittedly!) by adding that The Donald’s crackdown on illegal immigration, has instilled fresh fears of deportation in communities across America as they go about their daily lives.

    These pinkos are unreal. Every time an illegal emerges from its lair, it should face fresh fear – every day they stay in the USA is an affront to the country they gate-crashed.

    But SS?

    She clearly thinks the same as the ‘advocacy groups‘( aka agitprop leftists)  whom she quotes ranting about ‘the sharp rise in noncriminal arrests.’

    Get real, subversives.


    She quotes from some pinko bint named Lynn Tramonte, a director at the progressive immigration advocacy group America’s Voice.



    ‘She Doesn’t Look Like MY Daughters’ – The Silence of theSwine Obama! ..

    What’s progressive about trying to drag America back to the bad old days of Obama’s callous indifference to the victims of crimmigration?


    It’s from Leftist Lynn that SS acquired those imbecilic headline words.

    “Under President Trump, Immigration and Customs Enforcement has become a political police force with a singular mission: to destroy American families with immigrant members, no matter the cost to children.”



    But Obama lifted not a finger against his comrades sheltering undesirable aliens in those ‘sanctuary cities, did he?

    Again, she quotes ICE, which sets the record straight.

    Ice has rebuked the characterization that low priority arrests are “noncriminal”, citing the act of illegal entry to the US or overstaying a visa as violations of the law.

    SS gives us tidings of great joy, namely, the arrest of undocumented immigrants in so-called sensitive locations, including places of worship, schools, hospitals and courthouses.


    Since when does the writ of law not run to such ‘sensitive locations?’

    If a rapist or murderer ran into a house of worship, would cops just stand outside and have a cigarette? If a bank-robber hid in a hospital? A child-molester was seen prowling in a school-yard?



    SS gives various examples, which may, as her melodramatic quote from yet another pro-crimmigrant agitator puts it, have had “a very significant chilling impact” on immigrant communities.”

    But decent patriots will cheer. and again, it looks like POTUS deserves our accolades.


    I say ‘our’ because though I’m not American, I admire any government in any country which puts its own people first!

    The agitator quoted on these ‘sensitive locations whines that “under this administration, there isn’t the same recognition or protection of these spaces.”

    There should be NO safe spaces for law-breakers.

    • Ken Kasic 22:54 on July 15, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      All you say makes sense and the information about this Siddiqui woman is interesting but I like best how you raise the question of returning young children to bad parents who are a bad influence on them.

      As was talked about on your blog before, American criminals in custody even for minor offences do not, so far I know, get to have their children in the cells with them.
      So why should these illegals, guilty of invading our country?


    • Bonnie Crawford 18:08 on July 16, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      She can be Global or she can be American.
      Sounds like she made her choice some time back.
      Sounds too like she is on the side of those that want to bring America down, even though she grew up in the USA and has done well for herself, materially if not spiritually.
      Why wont she go live somewhere suits her better?
      I know you get Judicial Watch bulletins, but I am adding part of theur recent one that relates to what you wrote.

      “2017 immigrants with criminal convictions accounted for 74% of all arrests made by ICE, according to government data used by the nonpartisan Pew Research Center in a study published earlier this year. Sixteen percent of those arrested by ICE had pending criminal charges and only 11 % had no known criminal convictions or charges, the Pew analysis found.

      Nearly 60,000 illegal aliens deported by ICE last year were convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol and another 57,438 for possessing or selling dangerous drugs such as opioids. More than 52,000 ICE arrestees were convicted of immigration offenses, including false claim to American citizenship and tens of thousands had pending criminal charges for assault, driving under the influence and a variety of other crimes. Some had pending charges for more violent crimes like sexual assault, kidnapping and homicide.“


  • ross1948 21:28 on March 25, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , mafia organised crime, , sensitive zones   

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

    “We are under siege,” said a woman on the phone to one of her relatives.


    Police forces arrive to search the small city Ozanam Carcassonne where resided Radouane Lakdim, the author of the murderous hostage taking in Trèbes, March 23, 2018 © Eric CABANIS AFP


    Funny sort of folks live in Ozadem, if that’s a typical reaction.

    When the police arrived to pursue their investigations in Ozanam, the district of Carcassonne where the bloodthirsty Islamist savage Radoune Lakdim lived, you’d think decent French folk would be eager to help with enquiries.

    And so they would, for certain.

    But the decent French folk still resident in Ozanam are a dwindling band, it seems, eager, many of them, to get out of the neighbourhood. The report quotes a pensioner.

    “It is a minority that rotted the neighborhood, they have taken over – before it was a good place to live but now it is scary,” she says.


    Police forces arrive to search the small city Ozanam Carcassonne where resided Radouane Lakdim, the author of the murderous hostage taking in Trèbes, March 23, 2018 © Eric CABANIS AFP

    A reassuring scene from ‘sensitive’ Ozadem

    Little traffics, omerta – all the inhabitants questioned by AFP refused to communicate their names – cars burned: Ozanam is a neighborhood of Carcassonne known as sensitive….. 
    • Jeanne 19:19 on March 26, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      That Pipes article that I have just finished reading is something everyone should read who wants to understand why the French people are under constant threat. Pipes is American but he can teach us much in France.
      The way to stop terrorism is to deny the terrorists the sewers they swim in.
      No more ‘sensitive’ sanctuaries and there will be no more breeding rounds for jihadist rats.
      Deportation, as you have said over and over, is the cure. If the government needs help, many o us will gladly volunteer if we are given guns.
      Clean up France!


  • ross1948 13:07 on October 11, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , , , , sensitive zones,   

    France Needs To Put Down The Banlieue Beasts! 



    You’d think the monstrous attack by savages on police in Paris this past weekend might have focused even pinko minds on the evil that permeates the banlieiues, those notorious urban areas (not only in the capital) infested with aliens. 

    Hasil gambar untuk Paris attack police car grand borne

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    • Yet a lot of the media somehow managed to blank the word banlieue from their headlines, substituting the (hardly equivalent) ‘suburb,’ thus, by default or design, concealing the truth of what’s wrong with those areas.
    • But one at least gives us a clue.
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    • The Grande Borne estate was where Amedy Coulibaly, one of the perpetrators of the January 2015 Paris attacks, grew up, as well as a trouble spot during the 2005 riots. Police officers pelted by ‘Molotov cocktail’ in Paris suburb
    • These areas are cesspools, where police know they’re at risk of attack if they dare go on patrol within enemy territory.
    • It’s not just a matter of crime, petty or serious, but of downright sectarian treason.
    • And it flourishes because soft, soppy policies have been substituted for serious law enforcement.
    • We have seen, time and again, in the past ten years, how the anti-social savages that dwell therein have a taste for insurrectionary arson.


    Banlieue burning

    Ten years back – blazing banlieues

    If the swine had been taught a proper lesson previously, there’d be little trouble now, but so far no occupant of the Elysee Palace has had the guts to war down the barbarous brutes.

    It’s all very well for Prime Minister Vails to say that Saturday’s thugs would be “relentlessly pursued and brought to justice…”    http://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/552341/Paris-Police-Attack-Molotov-Cocktail-Life-Threatening-Injury-Car-Burned

    But that’s not sufficient. Not just last Saturday’s vermin but ALL such swine MUST learn that their lairs are no longer to be deemed ‘sensitive’ zones..


    NO PARISIAN STREET must go unpacified – no sensitivity to savages.

    Streets must be cleared of masked louts like those who burned that poor cop almost to death on Saturday.

    Immediate imposition of effective curfews, defiance thereof to be met with lethal force.

    • shoot terrs
    • A few dozen – or better still a few hundred! – rabid rats shot dead on the streets they’ve been terrorising would have a salutory effect.
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    • And Saturday’s thugs need to be not merely hunted down but put down – Vive La Guillotine!

    Martial law would seem the obvious approach, but it’s France’s choice.

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    • Friends of the French can only hope that next year they choose a President who will not only talk tough but ACT against the beasts in the banlieues.



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