Two Muslim “youths” (euphemism for thugs) run from the police, trespass into an electric substation to hide, then kill themselves by touching some high voltage cables.
Massive riots break out, causing millions of dollars worth of damage to more than 400 businesses and more than ten thousand torched automobiles. French people get dragged from cars and buses, doused with gasoline and set alight.
What to do, what to do? The French decided: Lets prosecute the cops!
Sonia Imloul, head of an association called Respect 93 (another Muhammedan BS-org. that respects nothing) that works (pretends) to prevent youth crime in Paris’ rough suburbs, said the police committed “homicide” and urged Sarkozy to apologize to the families.
“The youths died for nothing, and this death must not remain unpunished,” she said. “If two youths had killed two police officers, by today they would already be imprisoned.”
Imagine! They ‘would be imprisoned!’
More suicidal dhimmitude in France, but not all that surprising considering that French authorities built a monument to these electrocuted boys.
As long as more energy is spent persecuting those who are trying to protect France from the jihadists, rather than prosecuting jihadists, France will be in dire straits. Note how specious the arguments below are. Technicians are supposed to go into the power station to protect two people who are certainly hostile and possibly armed? These policemen are being thrown to the wolves to appease Muslims in France.
French Republican Value: Disarm Yourself for Self Defense
I would like to say one thing, in what is my conception of the Republic, security is the responsibility of the State, I am against militias, I am against the private ownership of firearms, and I’m trying to make you think about that. If you are assaulted by an armed burglar, he’ll use his weapon more effectively than you anyway so you’re risking your life. If the criminal is not armed and you are and you shoot, your life will be ruined, because killing someone over a theft is not in line with the republican values that are mine. The private ownership of firearms is dangerous. I understand your exasperation for having been burglarized two times, I understand the fear that your wife and daughter may have but the answer is in the efficiency of the police and the efficiency of the judiciary process, the answer is not in having guns at home.