French PC mafia under Francoise Hollande regime knows who the enemy are:
General kicked out of army after taking part in ‘banned’ anti-Islam rally
A DECORATED French Foreign Legion commander has been removed from the army’s retirement payroll after being accused of helping organise – and taking part in – a banned anti-Islam protest in the port town of Calais last February.
In other news:
Philippe Vardon (above) a member of the identitarian group Nissa Rebela (Nice in rebellion) has just been sentenced to six months in prison without parole, by the criminal court of Draguignan, for defending himself in a fight with three North Africans.
15,000 Muslims, including 2,000 children, on watch list
What do French authorities think this situation will look like in five years? Ten? Why are they continuing to import large numbers of Muslim migrants, among whom will be an unknown number of jihadis? “French terror police say 15,000 Islamic radicals including 2,000 CHILDREN on watch list,” by Siobhan McFadyen, Express,
Four police officers were injured by several Molotov cocktails in a notorious Muslim housing area near Paris
Thanks to Barenaked Islam
The injured officers, two of whom are in a serious condition, “were in a police vehicle monitoring a surveillance camera near a traffic light. About 10 (Muslim?) people attacked them with volleys of Molotov cocktails.”
France24 (h/t Phillipe G) The two badly injured officers “have major burns and were taken to a hospital in Paris,” he added.
Other police officers who arrived in a second vehicle “were also targeted by volleys of Molotov cocktails,” the source said, adding that these reinforcements were “slightly injured and very shaken and were taken to hospital.” The two police cars were set ablaze.
Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve described the attack in Grande Borne, a low income area built in the 1960s in Paris’s southern suburbs, as “extremely serious”.
UPDATE 1 The attack took place in the Grande Borne estate (housing project) was where Muslim terrorist Amedy Coulibaly (below), one of the perpetrators of the January 2015 Paris attacks on the Kosher supermarket, grew up, as well as a trouble spot during the 2005 Muslim riots. Built in the 1960s as affordable working-class housing, it has now become one of the most notorious of Paris’ banlieues, Muslim-dominant suburbs with high rates of crime and unemployment and a deep sense of alienation from French society.