Borger forsvar

På øen Korsika viste borgerne vilje til selvforsvar mod de af nazistisk inspirerede politikere importerede muhammedanere, idet de fredag foretog et modsvar på et muhammedansk angreb på brand- og politifolk.

På europæisk plan er muhammedanske angreb på kristne kirker almindeligt forekommende året rundt, hvad der aldrig i MSM eller af ledende politikere omtales som f.eks. had mod den oprindelige befolkning eller kristnofobi, endsige at nogle overvejer klogskaben i muhammedaner import.

Den slags vil selvfølgelig blive mere almindeligt i de kommende år medmindre, at der blandt politikerne, mod forventning, skulle indfinde sig et realistisk syn på islam og muhammedanere.

France24.com og JP.dk viderebringer telegrammet fra AFP, hvor det bl.a. hedder:

Tensions had mounted in Ajaccio on Christmas Day after two firefighters and a police officer were wounded overnight in Jardins de L’Empereur, a low-income neighbourhood of the city when they were “ambushed” by “several hooded youths”, authorities said.

They shouted slogans in Corsican meaning “Arabs get out!” or “This is our home!”, an AFP correspondent reported.

“Fifty prayer books were thrown out on the street,” Lalanne said, adding that some of the pages were burnt.

French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said the attack on the Muslim prayer hall showed signs of “racism and xenophobia”.

He also condemned the assault on law enforcement and safety officers in Corsica, saying he hoped “the authors of the violence would be identified and arrested as soon as possible.”

Heldigvis kommer forklaringen på selvforsvaret også med:

Corsica is a department of France which held regional elections earlier this month, which had seen the far-right anti-immigrant Front National make unprecedented gains in the first round of the vote.

On Corsica the nationalists won the regional election there taking power for the first time.

 

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