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Sunday, December 10, 2006

"We Will Always Have France" ... Not


From Pamela at Atlas Shrugs:









France's Transformation Into A Muslim State

In a classified report, the French military has concluded that a network of 25,000 Muslim fighters are participating in the worst violence in France in more than 40 years.

Nicholas SarkozyMission:
French interior minister
Whereabouts: Paris

French Interior Minister Nicholas Sarkozy has been trying to contain an Arab uprising whose fighters have been trained in Afghanistan, Bosnia and Iraq and possess everything from light weapons to anti-aircraft missiles. In a classified report, the French military has concluded that a network of 25,000 Muslim fighters are participating in the worst violence in France in more than 40 years.

The report said the so-called mujahadeen, or holy warriors, have been trained in guerrilla warfare, light weapons and intelligence. Many of them are loyal to Al Qaida chief in Iraq, Abu Mussib Al Zarqawi and make a living from drugs, prostitution and loan-sharking. Sarkozy was not taken by surprise by the Muslim riots, sparked by the electrocution of two young Muslims fleeing police and hiding in a power substation in Paris.

The interior minister just didn't do anything about it. Sarkozy acknowledged that prior to the outbreak of violence late last month, some Muslim neighborhoods in Paris were ablaze nearly every night. Sarkozy said rioters were torching up to 40 cars a night in Muslim neighborhoods in the French capital. In the space of a few months, the interior minister said, 9,000 police cars had been stoned in these neighborhoods.

The battle-hardened Muslim fighters dismiss French riot police, who have not been trained to combat Arab guerrilla warriors. The police are not equipped to deal with legions of Arab fighters who rush toward them with firebombs and light weapons.

At this point, French officials are close to throwing in the towel.

Their main concern now is to stop Muslims from capturing the heart of Paris.

Thousands of police patrolled the center of the city to prevent rioters from attacking the Eiffel Tower and Champs Elysees.

Muslim insurgents had used Internet sites to urge attacks against French tourism and national monuments. "One can easily imagine the places where we must be very vigilant," French police chief Michel Gaudin said.

For Western diplomats and intelligence analysts, the question isn't why France is burning: It's why the Muslims haven't lit the match until now? For a decade, French authorities watched helplessly as pro-Al Qaida elements first took over Muslim neighborhoods and then cities such as Lille, Lyon, Marseille and Strasbourg.

French police were ordered to stay out of Muslim neighborhoods that surround virtually every city. Authorities ceded control and chose to deal with Muslim-controlled municipal councils.

Intelligence sources said Al Zarqawi operatives decided to jump on the bandwagon after the second night of rioting in Muslim neighborhoods in Paris.

On Oct. 30, they decided to flex their muscles and attacked police with pistols, assault rifles and firebombs. "The outbreak was spontaneous," an intelligence source said. "After the second night, when it began to spread, the Al Zarqawi leadership decided to exploit this."

French police were largely helpless. Anti-riot squads had been trained to handle left-wing anti-war demonstrators or individual terrorists, not organized squadrons of Muslim fighters with light weapons.

Intercepting communications meant nothing, as police officers could not understand Arabic, particularly the code used by the Islamic insurgents.

REUTERS/Charles Platiau


It is over a year since the Riots broke out full-swing, and this is the first time that I have heard it reported that Al Qaeda was involved. When this first happened, I theorized exactly that.

This is also the first time I have seen it reported that the rioters used pistols and assault rifles.

How is it that no French Policemen were killed?

Or, were there some killed and we just don't know about it?
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12 Comments:

Blogger Epaminondas said...

One might lightly inquire....

WHAT

THE

HELL

ARE

THE

FRENCH

WAITING

FOR?

Sunday, December 10, 2006 4:36:00 pm  
Blogger Always On Watch said...

Did I read the link correctly? This push by Muslims has been going on for the past 10 years???

Sunday, December 10, 2006 4:41:00 pm  
Anonymous BFA said...

When it's raining in Paris, it drips in brussels.
It's about 12 years ago, I saw this change coming. Little waarriors took over the streets at night. In the suburbs Molenbeek and Schaarbeek.
When you're caucasian, it became better to not walk the streets again.
Now I live in The Ardenne, in the woods where the Nazi-Fascists once got beaten back. Belgium and American forces side by side.
Dreaming of taking our nation from Islamofascists back.
With only rusty WWII armstocks to fight. Politics: no supplies.
Sometimes i think, WHen the dream is over, the nightmare never ends.

Sunday, December 10, 2006 5:50:00 pm  
Blogger Pastorius said...

BFA,
I have a very hard time believing that the people of Europe are going to allow this to continue on.

The government is not the people. The government does not own the people. The people own the government, even if the government doesn't ackowledge it, and the people have forgotten it.

One day soon, I believe the people of Europe will rise up and make sure that either their governments take care of them, or those governments are going to fall.

Sunday, December 10, 2006 5:56:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

France is the best country in the world at recognizing and defeating tyrannies that are figments of their imagination. The evil zionists and crusading Americans come to mind.

But when it comes protecting themselves from actual threats to their personal liberty... well, its best to leave that type of work on the imperiorilists yankees.

France, more than any other country in Europe, was so supportive of the Intafata against Israel. They should have been careful what they wished for.

Sunday, December 10, 2006 6:09:00 pm  
Blogger dag said...

As we get more and more information over these past months I find that though I'm not even close to vindicated, my predictions don't now seem the rantings of a crank that they must have to many before these kinds of details appeared.

On the strenth of that, allow me to again suggest an International Brigade based on our heritage prior to WWII.

If I'm not exaactly right on these issues, most often time shows I was very close. If you won't act on my suggestions, please feel free to send cheques or money orders in lieu of, care of Pastorius.

Sunday, December 10, 2006 6:33:00 pm  
Blogger Pastorius said...

Dag,
What is this international brigade idea?

Sunday, December 10, 2006 6:58:00 pm  
Anonymous BFA said...

Here in Europe, we can't let our governments doing on. If they keep blundering, we have civil war over 12y. Before that time much more people will be awake.
Let France burn a litle more, this will help the wake-up call. In a way, The French deserve the mess they're in.

Sunday, December 10, 2006 7:18:00 pm  
Blogger dag said...

Jaco, I posted to you privately in the hope you'll make some good work of it.

Tuesday, December 12, 2006 11:26:00 pm  
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