In France there have been a series of unusually violent rapes of French girls and women by Muslim migrants. 70% of all rapes in France are committed by Muslims. Now a father of one of those victims, who has just awakened from a month-long induced coma, has spoken out about the failure of the French state to adequately protect its citizens from these criminals. More on this case, and the father’s hope to raise awareness of the dangers that are not being dealt with, can be found here: “‘Sexual predators and other parasites’ – Father slams French government’s silence after brutal rape of his daughter that left her in a coma,” by John Cody, Remix News, September 7, 2023:
In a case that has made national headlines in France due to the level of brutality, 29-year-old Mégane has now awoken after being raped into a coma with a broomstick by Oumar Ndiaye, who has been dubbed “the monster of Cherbourg” by politician Damien Rieu.
The 29-year-old woman has been in an artificial coma for over a month since the attack on Aug. 4; however, her health still remains “fragile,” according to relatives.
The attack is being described as an “act of torture” by French news outlet Le Figaro, in which the 18-year-old Ndiaye allegedly broke into Mégane’s apartment and began to rape her with a 29-inch-long broomstick, perforating her colon and causing injuries that nearly killed her and left hospital staff treating the woman in tears. Police sources say Mégane had reportedly seen the suspect before but had no interaction with him prior to the rape….
Ludovic [her father] is now trying to raise awareness about the French government and its lack of response to the brutal crime, as well as to the fact that the man who allegedly tortured his daughter into a coma had a long criminal record but remained free to attack again.
“The government) not communicating about this attack gives credit [helps] to all these sexual predators and other parasites of society who plague the streets. A wake-up call to the government about the fact that we leave this kind of individual, with a heavy criminal past, in complete freedom, would be welcome. ‘Trust in justice,’ we were told… We only want that,” he said.
As Remix News previously reported, the 18-year-old suspect has a long and violent criminal record consisting of 17 offenses involving physical assault, theft, and the incestuous sexual assault of his younger sister….
The government has so far remained silent about the particularly brutal attack on Mégane, no doubt not wanting to draw attention to the epidemic of Muslim rapists, a silence Mégane’s father deplores. He also wants answers: how is it that Oumar Ndiaye, with his long criminal record of 17 offenses — assault, theft, and sexual assault of his sister — was nonetheless allowed to walk the streets? Whatever happened to juvenile detention? It sounds as if, despite those 17 offenses, he has never been imprisoned. Why not? Clearly there is something wrong with a criminal justice system that permits someone like Ndiaye to remain free. The father wants — demands — an explanation from the state.
“The suspect was arrested a week later, with his fingerprints matching those found in the victim’s apartment, and the suspect’s geolocation on his phone also showed that he was in her apartment during the attack. A police source said he had just left a nightclub shortly before the attack in the early morning, with the club located just a few dozen meters from the victim’s residence.
According to Le Figaro, the suspect expressed “neither empathy nor remorse” for the crime while in police custody. Ndiaye has already been convicted five times in the juvenile court system for offenses against property and violence.
Apparently, because Ndiaye was a juvenile — under 18 — at the time, those five convictions did not lead to incarceration. The law clearly needs to be changed, perhaps by lowering the age defined as “juvenile” to “under 16.”
The courts also knew his predilection for committing sexual crimes.
A procedure for the rape of a minor initiated in 2019 was dismissed by the prosecution in 2020, on the grounds that the offense was not sufficiently characterized. And a sexual assault procedure against his sister is currently under investigation, without it being possible at this stage to determine whether or not these facts have been established,” the Coutances prosecution wrote in a statement….
I have no idea what it means to declare an offense as “not sufficiently characterized” — something was undoubtedly lost in translation — or why the prosecution decided in that 2019 case to dismiss the charges against him. Oumar Ndiaye has clearly been getting away with a great deal; little wonder he thought that he might not be imprisoned for this, his latest barbaric assault, on Mégane.
“I dream of a France where a young woman is not in danger of ending up in a coma after being robbed, raped and horribly tortured by Oumar, a repeat offender, in her own home,” wrote former presidential candidate Éric Zemmour.
Zemmour’s remarks were seized upon by left-wing Olivier Faure, the secretary general of the Socialist Party, who insisted that the right-wing politician was being racist by suggesting that it is immigrants who are rapists. He added that it did not matter whether the perpetrator’s name was “Oumar, Francis, Michel, Emile, Guy, or Patrice,” and that it was a heinous act nonetheless.
But the rapist is a Muslim. And his name is Oumar. That’s why Zemmour had every right to call him “Oumar.” What’s more, 70% of convicted rapists in France are Muslims. Why shouldn’t Zemmour have mentioned his name and drawn attention to his Muslim identity? And of course it does matter, despite Olivier Faure’s assertion, whether the rapist was a native Frenchman or a Muslim migrant, because given that such a high percentage of rapists are Muslim migrants, the French, if properly alerted to the problem, can put a stop to Muslim migration — by voting in such people as Zemmour — and thereby decrease drastically the number of rapes. But the public first needs to know the truth about who is committing the violent crimes of rape and murder, which the French state is attempting to hide.
Other rape cases include the rape and murder of 12-year-old Lola in Paris. by two Algerians. Her throat was slashed and her body stuffed in a suitcase. The Algerians were both under a deportation order, that they had ignored; only 0.2% of Algerians who have been ordered to leave France have done so. The French state refuses to hire enough investigators and police to track down those flouting deportation orders, Algerians and others, and to forcibly put them on flights back to their countries of origin.
Here is what Mégane’s father, Ludovic, wants the French state to do. First, it must investigate how it was that Oumar Ndiaye, with 17 offenses on his record, including physical assault and theft, managed to stay out of prison. What laws need to be changed to ensure that such outrages are not repeated? Second, the French government needs to release to the public the data it possesses, but refuses to release, on Muslim criminality, so that the French, better informed, can decide for themselves which immigration policies they wish to keep, and which they will want to discontinue.