Nonwhite invaders in France have continued to riot, burn down, and trash large parts of French cities in ongoing violence spurred by a claim that policemen anally assaulted an Arab with a truncheon—even though an official review has shown that the alleged assault never happened.
In one of the attacks, the nonwhites deliberately set fire to a car that had at least two children inside-and it was only due to quick action by police and a passerby that the children were saved from the blaze.
According to a report in the Le Monde newspaper, at least eleven nonwhites, including eight “minors,” were arrested on Sunday, February 12, following street violence and attacks on police in the heavily Arab- and African-populated area of Argenteuil, northwest of Paris.
According to a statement issued by the prefecture of Val-d’Oise, the violence is “probably” related to the case of Theo L., the Arab at the center of the original assault allegations, which supposedly occurred during a violent arrest in Aulnay-sous-Bois on February 2.
The prefecture statement said that large crowds of nonwhites had gathered in Argenteuil “in order to provoke confrontations with the security forces,” following a call launched on social networks.
A number of vehicles were set on fire in what has become the usual opening violence for nonwhite riots in France and elsewhere. The nonwhites then proceeded to attack fire services and police personnel called out to deal with the blazing cars.
According to the police, “many projectiles” were thrown at the security forces, and a bus was stoned, injuring its driver in the face. A journalist was also assaulted, but suffered no serious injuries.
Over the past weekend, police reported that at least ten nonwhite rioters had been arrested in Drancy in Seine-Saint-Denis after a “group of some fifty youths from the neighboring commune of Blanc-Mesnil went to Drancy with iron bars” with which they smashed parked cars.
This brings the total number of nonwhites arrested for public violence all over France since February 2—the date when the alleged police assault took place—to at least 65, with 28 being arrested in the first three days alone.
The trouble spread to northwestern France, where at least 20 nonwhites were arrested in Nantes following a violent demonstration by at least 400 rioters.
In Aulnay-sous-Bois, over a dozen cars were set on fire in the city center over the past weekend. Aulnay-sous-Bois has seen riots almost every night since the February 2 incident in which it was claimed that policemen had “anally raped” the Arab by inserting a “telescopic truncheon” into his anus.
An urgent police review of the allegations, video footage, and corroborating evidence quickly proved that there was no truth to the allegations, but this has not stopped the controlled media, French communists, or the nonwhite invaders from spreading the story as if it were fact.
As a result, charges are still being pressed against one of the policemen, but lawyers expect the charges to be dismissed in due course as the evidence is presented to the initial court hearings.
It is a recurring theme among the nonwhite colonizers of the suburbs surrounding Paris to riot over police action. In 2005, two Arab burglars, hiding in an electricity substation from a police patrol, accidentally electrocuted themselves, sparking weeks of nonwhite riots over alleged police brutality.
Around 10,000 cars were burned in that violence, and at least 6,000 nonwhites were arrested before the riots died down.