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Tribal law v.s. Rule of Law :The"Have Nots" are trashing the 'Have's' party in France

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Submitted by Ben van de Polder (United States), Jun 1, 2006 at 11:55

The renewed recent riots by African Muslim immigrants in Paris shows that a large percentage of the French born offspring of the previous wave of African immigrants to France rejected the opportunities they and their parents claim they sought (education and work opportunities) for a life of crime,violence, and tribal warfare, bringing Africa to Western Europe. It looks as if tribal warfare is set to trump the rule of law as France braces for renewed urban combat between immigrants and the authorities.

Last week rampaging mobs of immigrant youth stormed the house of the Mayor of the town of Montfermeil, who had implemented legislation aimed at curbing street violence. He and his seven children received death threats. http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=10000085&sid=agiWW8bx6wPs&refer=europe#

Police battled with immigrants who were destroying public buildings and property for hours.

It appears that the "have nots" have already crashed the party, and, the univited guests who barged in,are now trashing the very party they wanted to join with impunity. The new wave of immigrants, mostly African single men, can be viewed as reinforcements , swelling the ranks of the third world Jihad armies in already strapped European welfare states coping with social unrest.

Last year a UK study concluded that African immigrant men who had come from countries where they received arms training, posed the nucleus of a potential "armed insurgency".http://news.independent.co.uk/uk/politics/article304303.ece

Once again, the party is already over in Europe, the immigrant party crashers, are trashing it ,and have brazenly told the hosts that they are now the unwelcome guests.

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