France: "This Land Belongs to the Muslims. You Have No Place Here"

Niggas Voted, Niggas Rule:

(Their words, not mine)

And, as if this wasn’t enough, Hollande wants to give to all the foreigners the right to vote in our elections. (!!!)

France is in a difficult  situation. We are heading for civil war in a few years.

Latest news from occupied France:

French MP Accosted While Campaigning: “This Land Belongs to the Muslims. You Have No Place Here”by Cheradenine Zakalwe

While doing an election campaign walkabout in Sartrouville (in the outskirts of Paris) accompanied by the area’s deputy mayor, Jacques Myard, a member of the French parliament who represents the mainstream conservative UMP, was aggressively accosted by a djellaba-wearing Muslim on a scooter.

You’ve got no place here. This is Arab land. This land belongs to the Muslims. It’s not French soil. You are racists, Zionists. You need to leave!

The MP attempted to continue walking around, talking to the local people and shaking their hands. As he did, the Muslim addressed them:

Don’t shake his hand. He votes for laws against the Arabs. If you shake his hand, I’ll come and burn you.

This was a reference to the MP’s vote for the burka ban. Myard described what followed on his website:

Nutty socialist Francois Hollande cut the retirement age in bankrupt France yesterday. Workers can now retire at 60 instead of 62. The committed socialist will pay for it by increasing taxes. There is no fiscal crisis in his mind.
The Telegraph reported  (thanks to GWP)

France really does have a problem, as you can see, here:

Hence why Australia’s Labor subversives won’t stop the illegal boat arrivals, they need the “asslylum seekers” vote to keep them in power.

And boy,  they do  keep coming:

Six boats in a week:    This one with 23 on board.

Andrew Bolt

It just gets sillier:

ALLEGED people-smuggler “Captain Emad” fled Australia after he was accused by ABC’s Four Corners of being a kingpin of the illegal trade.

Australian Federal Police chief commissioner Tony Negus said the departure of Ali al-Abassi from Melbourne Airport on Tuesday night triggered a long-standing movement alert, but police were unable to detain him or prevent him leaving the country.

“At that time there was an operational decision made by investigators that he could not be detained as the officers had no lawful basis to prevent him from departing Australia,” he told reporters.