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Monday, December 28, 2015

The Corsicans Fight Back: Hundreds of anti-Arab demonstrators took to the streets of the Corsican capital


The other day, I posted about Corsica, and it's willingness to fight back against Muslims, given their history with Islam.

The battle is in the streets of Corsica, with demonstrators telling the government, "ENOUGH".

Here's the story, from the Vlad Tepes blog:
Hundreds of anti-Arab demonstrators took to the streets of the Corsican capital Ajaccio, Sunday, for a third consecutive day of protest.   
SOT, Cristophe, Demo organiser and activist (French): “This is a message to the prefect: there is no safety in poor neighborhoods. If the police don’t do something about it, we will solve the problem ourselves. People make the confusion between Muslims and scum. We’re at war against scum, no matter whether they are white, brown, red or yellow.” 
SOT, Cristophe, Demo organiser and activist (French): “When there are problems, the police don’t enter the neighborhood because they’re afraid, but when they wanted to stop us they implement important security measures. This shows that the prefect neglects us.”

Security forces also cordoned off Ajaccio’s poor Jardins de l’Empereur housing estate, as Corsica’s administrator Christophe Mirmand told AFP that the ban would be in effect until at least January 4 and cover “all protests and gatherings”.
Hundreds of protesters marched for a second straight day Saturday through several working-class districts of Ajaccio shouting slogans such as “This is our home!” and “Arabs get out”.
The unrest followed a Christmas Eve clash in which two firefighters and a police officer were injured at the estate, home to some 1,700 people.
Regional official Francois Lalanne said a fire had been “deliberately lit” in the neighbourhood in a ruse aimed at “ambushing” the emergency services.
A firefighter told French television that “about 20 people armed with iron bars (and) baseball bats” had tried to attack them but were unable to smash through the windows of their truck.

The commentary on this story, from the Vlad Tepes Blog, is indispensible:
... (Apparently) in a modern democracy, you are only allowed to protest things that advance the government agenda of total population replacement and destruction of our various cultures. 
Surprisingly this report actually includes the actual event that sparked all this, the typical islamic tactic to create a muslim only no-go zone, the ambushing of state emergency services. It still downplays it but at least mentions it. 
What it doesn’t say, is that the mosque that was attacked was operating illegally as in France, you cannot get government subsidies for religious buildings. They had licensed it as a gym or something similar and got state grants but operated it as a mosque. 
Also the people associated with it were also believed to be involved in planning the ambush.
 Hundreds defy Corsica protest ban


Corsica’s administrator Christophe Mirmand announced a ban on all protests and gatherings until at least January 4 in the poor Jardins de l’Empereur housing estate, the epicentre of the violence. 
The ban came after hundreds of people had marched for a second straight day Saturday through several working-class districts of Ajaccio shouting slogans such as “This is our home!” and “Arabs get out”. Two men aged in their 20s were held in custody as part of the probe into the unrest.

AND THEN THERE'S THIS:

Anti-Arab protesters rally in Ajaccio following ban on demonstrations 


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