Yesterday Baghdad, today Nimes, tomorrow New York.
Yesterday , in the market of Chemin Bas d’Avignon in Nîmes, moslems threatened wine sellers, a butcher who sells pork and a pork butcher, as well as vendors who sell ‘light clothing’, and banned them from coming back on pain of death.
But it’s not like wine, pork and light clothing are at all an important part of French culture. They can easily be replaced by narcotic Khat leaves, goat and Burqas.
Already a few months ago, a pork butcher disappeared from one day to the next, even though he had a good clientèle. No one understood why, according to a resident of the district. In June, the market’s commercial arcade was totally burned, and the inhabitants of the district created a collective to complain about the rise in violence from young moslems, without anything effective having been done about it by the local government.
The government is far more interested in Muslim collectives, of course.
‘We see little girls, maybe 5 years old, and veiled, this hurts’, says Monique, living in this street. ‘They enforce halal meat, and they don’t want that we eat what we want to eat. The longer this goes on, the more people are veiled. It’s these people who put the french into a mess.’ ‘
This is France. This is France on Muslim immigration.