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11.04.2005
  French rioters prove multiculturalist relativism a dismal failure

"Rioting Spreads to 20 Towns Around Paris" (from AP) as rioters shoot at police and firefighters. As LaShawn Barber says, the whole thing has been caused by "lax immigration policies, prostration to the god of multiculturalism, and the refusal to fight fire with fire."

AULNAY-SOUS-BOIS, France Nov 3, 2005 — Rampaging youths shot at police and firefighters Thursday after burning car dealerships and public buses and hurling rocks at commuter trains, as eight days of riots over poor conditions in Paris-area housing projects spread to 20 towns.

Youths ignored an appeal for calm from President Jacques Chirac, whose government worked feverishly to fend off a political crisis amid criticism that it has ignored problems in neighborhoods heavily populated by first- and second-generation North African and Muslim immigrants.

Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin called a string of emergency meetings with Cabinet ministers throughout the day. He told the Senate the government "will not give in" to violence in the troubled suburbs.

"Order and justice will be the final word in our country," Villepin said. "The return to calm and the restoration of public order are the priority our absolute priority."

We'll see. We'll see.

 
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