A massed Molotov cocktail attack by dozens of nonwhite invaders on a police patrol in Viry-Châtillon, south Paris, has forced police in France to finally admit that the mass Third World invasion of that country has created numerous “no-go” zones.
After the attack France’s prime minister denied that there were no-go zones—but police officials later admitted that there were.
The aftermath of the attack.
The incident took place at a major intersection in the nonwhite-dominated area of Viry-Châtillon, where there have been so many hijackings and attacks that police installed a CCTV camera to try and identify the culprits.
The local nonwhites have tried several times to destroy the camera, crashing into the camera’s supporting pole with burning vehicles. Police responded by placing large concrete blocks around the pole.
Last weekend, a police patrol vehicle was parked at the intersection, with four officers providing security, according to one of the policemen.
Explaining what happened to the Europe I radio station, he said the policemen were suddenly and without provocation attacked by the nonwhites, who bombarded them with Molotov cocktails.
“Our vehicles were in flames in seconds, and I knew that if we did not get out and away immediately, we were going to die,” he said.
Two of the officers were seriously wounded in the attack, and suffered major burns to their bodies. They are in critical condition in the hospital.
Viry-Châtillon is just one of the many banlieues—heavily “immigrant” suburbs—situated around the French capital. It neighbors the equally overrun area of Grigny, the “hometown” of nonwhite terrorist Amedy Coulibaly, who killed a policewoman as well as four hostages at a supermarket in Paris in 2015, and whose friends were Said and Cherif Kouachi, the nonwhite terrorists who killed 12 staff members of the communist “satirical” magazine Charlie Hebdo.
Following the latest attack, Socialist Party French Prime Minister Manuel Valls denied that there were “no-go zones,” but admitted that there are “particularly difficult areas” in France. Of course, he did not say that all these “difficult areas” are those, like Viry-Châtillon, which have been overrun with nonwhite “immigrants.”
Police unions however disagreed with Valls, with Denis Jacob from the union Alternative police-CFDT, telling the Local news service that “of course there are no-go zones in France where the police cannot intervene and do their jobs in safety. And it’s the same for fire fighters or pretty much any representative of the state.”
“The police can’t apply the law in these areas; they are attacked. If the police can’t do their work it’s because there are criminals and delinquents who don’t respect the law.”
“It’s not just a problem with this government; it’s a problem with all French governments over the last 20 years. Governments will never admit there are no-go zones because it’s a sign of a failed state.”
The Local also reported that following the attack in Viry-Châtillon, scores of riot police flooded the area as a show of force from authorities, but Jacob said it will ultimately be pointless.
“When it calms down the riot police will go and when they do, things will just return to how they were.”