Monday, February 28, 2011

Twenty-six assaults per day in Marseilles, France, courtesy the religion of peace.


Mozlem Mayhem in France (From here.)
Twenty-six assaults per day in Marseilles.

Is there any need to comment on the figures when the figures speak for themselves?

When the Superior Court reopened after the New Year, district attorney Jacques Dallest
(photo above) used the occasion to explain the figures in more detail. And this year, they are more painful than before. They paint the portrait of a city that is suffering from crime: a 19% increase in armed robberies over 2009. With, as the attorney said, "assaults" executed "only for lucre" rising at a frightening rate.

Three hundred crimes, major and minor, take place each day within the precinct (Marseilles-Aubagne-La Ciotat) of the Superior Court.

"Marseilles is a minefield of criminal infractions," attorney Dallest declared in summary.
On November 11, 2010 a police raid turned up six weapons, including a replica of an M16 and a replica of an AK47.

Ammunition, bullet-proof vests and three stolen motorcycles were also found.
Finally, according to the archbishop of Marseilles Georges Pontier, some Catholic schools implanted in "working class neighborhoods" have a student body of up to 80% Muslims!

For the archbishop, training through inter-religious dialogue will permit these questions to be answered: "How to announce the Gospel? How to accept Muslim holidays? What can we accept or not accept?"

According to archbishop Georges Pontier, "We must not run from these questions. Even if the subject is delicate and marks a juncture of the religious dimension and identitarian issues.

Note: If 80% of the classes are Muslim there aren't many questions left to run from, except perhaps how to justify leaving the other twenty percent in this cultural cloaca.
And still these ridiculous religious "leaders" think they can deal with this in normal ways!!

More here.

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