Coming soon? ‘At least 15 youths’ attempt to burn police officers alive in Paris ‘no-go zone’

Viry-Chatillon (Essonne) on Saturday. Around 15 hours, two police cars that were on duty in front of the sensitive city of Great Borne, were assaulted by fifteen hooded individuals. DR Nicolas Goinard
“Viry-Chatillon (Essonne) on Saturday. Around 15 hours, two police cars that were on duty in front of the sensitive city of Great Borne, were assaulted by fifteen hooded individuals.” Nicolas Goinard

“After throwing in the cockpits of incendiary devices, attackers tried to block the doors to prevent passengers vehicles that caught fire out.” – Victim of “targeted attack,” Police officer Sébastien, who likely saved the life of his colleague who is now in an “artificial coma.

A gang of “youths” in La Grande Borne, “located in both the communes of Grigny and Viry-Châtillon,” considered to be a “no-go zone” in the southern suburbs of Paris, France, attacked four police officers with Molotov cocktails.

“No, this scene does not take place in Syria,” began the French news outlet Le Figaro (translated), who reported that the attack on police officers was “targeted violence.”

Both vehicles burned in Viry-Châtillon. The area, bordering the Grande Borne, a sensitive city of Grigny. © AFP / THOMAS SAMSON
Both vehicles burned in Viry-Châtillon. The area, bordering the Grande Borne, a sensitive city of Grigny. © AFP / THOMAS SAMSON

Excerpts from thelocal.fr:

After a violent petrol bomb attack on four officers near Paris, France’s prime minister insisted there were no no-go zones in the country, but police unions themselves told The Local the reality is very different.

[…]

According to France’s national crime observatory, between 2010 and 2015 the number of police and gendarmes (military police) injured while on duty rose by 25 percent.

[…]

“I’ve been in the French national police for 30 years. When I started there were police working locally in local police stations, but these have been taken away,” said [Police Union representative Denis] Jacob.

“The police used to know all the young people in the area and would build up important intelligence on who were the criminals.

“They would also get information from the local population who now feel completely abandoned,” he added.

leparisien.fr quoted Police officer Sébastien as saying (translated):

“When we come to Great Borne, we know we can be stoned and we will receive Molotov cocktails. But we did not expect them to come in contact at our doors and they want to kill us.”

Sébastien’s seven-year-old son was traumatized.

“On Saturday, he saw the images on TV and when I got home from the hospital tonight, he saw my burns. He did not understand why the bad guys want to kill me while I’m policeman. I did not know what to say.”

Evidently, police officers in France are freely discussing being “stoned” in La Grande Borne.

Note this tweet warning about the “ghetto” in 2014:

It is not a stretch to consider that as unvetted “refugees” pour into America, this country is not far behind the ongoing terror that has been prevalent in France and other parts of Europe.

Watch a little-viewed video that appears to have captured the fires in progress:

This terror attack does not seem to have been newsworthy enough to be reported by the mainstream media in America.

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3 thoughts on “Coming soon? ‘At least 15 youths’ attempt to burn police officers alive in Paris ‘no-go zone’

  1. Nothing like doing a thankless job with your hands tied by scummy politicians to destroy morale.

    Our stupid rules of engagement and treasonous asxhat leaders are killing us a few ata a time – but mainly, the effect is to silence opposition to their stupid and greedy plans to replace the populace.

    A French leader who handed out guns to real Frenchmen and told them “drive out the moslems, whatever it takes” would become a greater hero than Charlemaigne or Napolean. Or any other leader, actually. Or maybe it would be better to clear out the traitorous leaders first.

    Notice how most big attacks are followed by news that the attackers had been under suspicion, but nothing was done because of “failure of intelligence”? It’s not the police who failed, what are they supposed to do, surveil every ahole the “elites” allow to immigrate? It is a failure of leadership that the leaders do not find a way to legitimize “whatever it takes” – the way they are so damned good at legitimizing and excusifying their own corrupt idiocy.

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