Thursday, 6 December 2007

Dans les banlieues, le pire reste à venir

J’avoue que je n’aimerais pas être aujourd’hui au gouvernement. Ni d’ailleurs habiter Villiers-le-Bel. Ni moins encore être CRS. Je crains en effet que les nuits d’émeutes de Clichy-sous-Bois, il y a deux ans, ne soient que le hors-d’oeuvre de ce que nous allons déguster dans les temps prochains.

OK. Who am I kidding? My command of French is only equalled by my command of the the movements of the Moon around Earth.

The above is from an article by Jean de Maillard (Magistrate and Vice-président of the tribunal de grande instance at Orléans et enseignant à Sciences po Paris.) Rue89, an obviously French news site that you can read here. However thanks to the kindness of Godiva, I am able to provide the following translation with regards to Monsieur de Maillards take on the situation on the ground in France. He does not name the enemy but you know them. We all know them. The Cult of the Dead Paedophile.

In the suburbs the worst is yet to come.

I acknowledge that I would not like to be in government today. Neither to live in Villiers-le Bel and even less to be a CRS (French riot police). I fear indeed that the nights of the Clichy-Sous-Bois riots, two years ago, are only the hors-d'oeuvres of what we will taste next time.

I do not seek to put oil on fire, in any event my words will have no chance of being read in the 9-3 (suburbs) and other such cities in which our beautiful France has strewn her suburban landscapes. But I do believe that it will be necessary nevertheless to call a spade a spade. Two schools, a library, a police station, a garage and some other buildings have been burnt, the list has already been forgotten, in addition to burning dozens of vehicles per day. We have become accustomed to it. It has almost become a routine.

On the other hand, the second night of Villiers-le Bel marked an escalation of which the media and the government will undoubtedly not want to publicise, but which is likely to be the starting point of a new stage: the use of arms. To tell the truth, the surprise is not that the rioters have started to use them; but that they did not do it before now (apart from trying two years ago under a deafening silence) and that they are still satisfied with using shotguns with shot. Because the suburbs have been armed now since a long time and contain superb weapons of war, mortal weapons as are necessary to pierce through bulletproof jackets.

As much to say that the situation is explosive is to say that in the best sense of the word; it seems that riot after riot techniques harden and professional methods are being used that the police officers and gendarmes will one day soon have to face, if it is not already the case, because the experts in urban guerrilla warfare have no scruples to use their weapons against the police force. With consequences that alas only one can imagine.

What will the authorities make of this? Will they minimize the gravity of the facts as they did in 1994 when the sailor/fishermen had set fire to the Parliament of Brittany and had drawn harpoons on the police force? Will they issue a new emergency state? Will they drown the suburbs under the appropriations of a new Marshall plan, one thousand times already announced but never carried out?


The problem is that, once again, we will have waited beyond the last moment to confront a reality already uncontrollable. Since years, we have demobilized justice and have removed its power. It (justice) appears to be more useful when dealing with speeding offences and domestic violence (Outreau pulled out all the stops for another one of its (justice’s) soft spots: intra family sexual aggressions) than to have to concentrate on the great delinquencies which erode irremediably but imperceptibly our society.

Today, all kinds of trafficking flowers under the nose of our police officers and dismayed judges. They count the blows and pick up the pieces after deaths caused by the gangs settling their accounts. There, (in the suburbs) the Kalashnikovs and 38 specials are in the hands of the hooligans, who only use them between themselves for now, but who worries about this?

I believe that what I will say will shock, and I do not do it from a cheered heart, nor by provocation, but because the hour seems to me to be serious. However I am persuaded that we still have a chance before the hooligans and future killers from the suburbs dare to use their fire power. I hope that the authorities will become aware of the imminence of these events and especially that they will finally seek solutions. I would not like to be in their place, because the margin of maneuverability, if there is one, will be narrow. Admittedly, punishment must be pitiless if the authors of these events are to be stopped but repression does not solve anything in the long run.

And it is also necessary to stop dreaming, from left to right: the local police forces are not a panacea because one does not graft a Community Police Force on to a society that at this point is so sick it is ready to burst and whose members are in open rebellion with that society. The police force is a means, not a solution. The teachers will not be more useful: one does not cure cancer with a placebo. To support the gang leaders with gifts in order to buy an armed peace will be perhaps the selected way: it would give us only one short respite. Does another solution exist? I am unaware of it, and I am quite glad not to be with the government.

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Meanwhile in our multicultural paradiste a GANG of 25 men dressed all in black and carrying guns marched through Manchester streets - triggering a massive police operation.





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12 comments:

Anonymous said...

http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/s/1027050_gunmen_march_through_streets

It's official we've lost control of our streets.Welcome to multicultural GUNCULTURE.

Anonymous said...

Thats what they do over here, offer them gifts to keep them quite!

Anonymous said...

As I paddled through the streets of Manchester one evening, the rain stopped falling!!!

The shocked inhabitants paused from their customary activity of shooting one another, and looked aghast at a rent in the grey firmament - a blue patch in the sky!

As if this wasn't miracle enough, the clouds cleared in the west and the setting sun illuminated a huge multicolored rainbow emblazoned with the words 'Welcome to Moderate Islam'.

Many hundreds of sleeping moonbats hung upside down from the rainbow. I followed it to where it reached the ground in the idyllic village of Moss Side, and there I found two pixies, four elves and a Moderate Muslim.

The Moderate Muslim said "I denounce all forms of terrorism without reservation", then he jumped on his unicorn and galloped off to where the sun was setting Koranic-style in a muddy pool in the west, probably Pennington Flash near Leigh.

As the customary downpour resumed, the rainbow faded and the soggy moonbats fluttered angrily as they woke up and found they had no visible means of support.

Flying just above roof-height to avoid the renewed volleys of stray bullets, the moonbats squeaked to all who would listen "We must respect Moderate Islam" and "It's a peaceful religion hijacked by a tiny minority of extremists"

The Green Arrow said...

Anon 22:19

I really liked your writing style. Could I have a short story type article I could post please?

Sir HM said...

I think it may be time Madame la Guillotine had a comeback gig.

Then off on a world tour. I'm sure a gig in Trafalgar square would be a sellout.

BFB said...

A French judge has warned: France should prepare for civil war:

http://www.brusselsjournal.com/node/2740

Bring it on...Muslims, I s**t 'em!

Anonymous said...

G.A. The Manchester story was a Grim fairytale.

I am currently working on 'When you W*** upon a Star' - a fantasy about an Arab bandit who falls in love with an unusually shaped meteorite. See

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1N9XwsbFsVE

and http://illustratedpig.blogspot.com/2007/11/hajj-is-pilgrimage-to-mecca-makkah.html

Anonymous said...

For your God's sake Anon 23:36, DONT give up the day job! You are racist and talentless regarding your creative abilities.

yorkielass said...

Why the hell was this kept off the mainstream media gunmen marching down our streets should have received full news coverage?
Thank You GA for bringing the news that we need to know!

yorkielass said...

Anonymous. stuff your racism it means nothing! YOU SICK BASKET!

The Orwellian cast of the pathologies named shows how far Gramsci's long march has led us.


A corresponding and diabolically crafted idea is political correctness. The strong suggestion here is that in order for one not to be thought of as racist or fascist, then one must not only be nonjudgmental but must also embrace the ‘new' moral absolutes: diversity, choice, sensitivity, sexual orientation, and tolerance. Political correctness is a Machiavellian psychological ‘command and control' device. Its purpose is the imposition of uniformity in thought, speech, and behavior.


Critical theory is yet another psychological ‘command and control' device. As stated by Daniel J. Flynn,

"Critical Theory, as its name implies, criticizes. What deconstruction does to literature, Critical Theory does to societies." (Intellectual Morons, p 15-16)
Critical Theory is an ongoing and brutal assault via vicious criticism relentlessly leveled against Christians, Christmas, the Boy Scouts, Ten Commandments, our military, and all other aspects of traditional British culture and society.

Le Resistance. said...

I think this gentleman has earned the right to speak out and up.
What a letter. and they still ignore the voices of the masses.

letter sent to Guy Leven-Torres.


5 December 2007




Dear Mr. Caton,

Lisbon Treaty.




I refer to your letter of 3 September in which you say that you "support the thrust of the new treaty". Since that time there has been an abundance of evidence that the new treaty is in effect a very significant move towards the total integration of the European States into a new state called the European Union. Many senior statesmen of many different countries have described this treaty in exactly those terms. What is more it is to be a State based on fascist principles as you must well be aware.




The evidence I quote for my last statement arises from the accepted fact that the EU has what is euphemistically called "A democratic deficit" Anyone who is aware of the way the European "Parliament " conducts its business will know that all form of debate is impossible because MEPs are limited to 1 or 2 minute "speeches" and they are not allowed to introduce any business to that "parliament". Only the business presented by the unelected officials may be discussed. . The EU is totally corrupt as you must also be aware in that practically without exception its budget has not been cleared, year after year, by the accountants responsible for auditing its finances.




When we come to the British relations with Europe I can list the major elements of disadvantage which this country has suffered. They are:




"Open house" on British fisheries with the resulting destruction of the fish stocks. No other country has ever transferred a major national asset to a foreign power




The destruction of the shipbuilding industry – even our new aircraft carriers will have to be built in France – subsidising their industry.




Our aircraft industry is becoming non- existent and with the move to new materials for structure will become totally non-existent.




We subsidise the Gallillo project which has no practical uses for this country other than to spy on the activities of the population and provide for strategic military purposes of the Chinese.




We pioneered the development of fusion power stations and essentially solved the physics problem thereto. The project is now in French hands.

The Germans, particularly the Teutonic element have long hankered to acquire nuclear weapons, the Lisbon Treaty will bring them much nearer to achieving that goal.




There is , as you must know, a plan a foot to move the major financial centre from the City of London to Germany.




There is the intention to make the North Sea Oil a "European" resource.




9. The setting up of regional governments such as Trans-La Manche by which part of the UK is ruled from Paris and another part of the Eastern UK ruled by Germany.




You make the excuse that the other parties have in the past ratified earlier treaties which have led in part to the state of affairs I have described. That is hardly a reason for making bad matters worse!




I was brought up to regard the record of British liberal democracy as the high point of civilisation c.f. the Archbishop of Canterbury's recent speech. All this is to be for naught.. We are moving into an age in democracy will be extinguished in all but name and you will be a party to that madness.




I am 84 years of age and hold Canadian citizenship – thank God. History will in its turn condemn you and your like to rubbish bin if you persist in your views. My friends and I in our youth fought for the freedoms you so lightly cast aside. Several of them paid for those freedoms with their lives. I can say with conviction you are not worth their sacrifice. What minor personal advantages do you hope to gain from your action – twenty pieces of silver? Why are you so frightened of a referendum? Are Gibraltar and part of Cornwall to be governed by Spain?




I enclose a postcard from N02ID which summarises matters in exact manner.




Yours sincerely,







Dr. H.W.Jones Lt.Cdr(E)RNR (ret'd) VRD, FinstP., etc.





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Mr. M.Caton MP,

House of Commons,

London. SW1A 0AA

Cat said...

Christmas shopping in France off the agenda then.