Saturday, 29 October 2011

The situation on Mayotte has deteriorated further. Shops aren't opening because they have no stocks or, if they do, the stocks are immediately ransacked. Improvised barricades have been put up everywhere, inhibiting movement. Drivers need to pay to go through. But some of them won't let white people pass. Stones are thrown at their vehicles as soon as they approach. An ambulance with a pregnant woman on board was stoned and now the ambulance and medical services are barely operating.

There are 190,000 people on the island, including about 60,000 Comoran illegal immigrants. The indigenes and the Comorans are nearly all Muslim.

Here are some comments from white French infidels still stuck on the island as chaos laps around them:
"In certain parts of the island, the forces of order are no longer intervening any more. They are letting the demonstrators or illegal immigrant thugs have free reign there, putting up barricades people need to pay to pass through. The cars of metropolitans [white French people] are stoned; some of the barricades are selective... The situation of the expatriates is truly threatening, and no one is doing anything. Where is the army? If we were in the Ivory Coast in the same situation, there would have been an order to evacuate and return to France! But there, because it's France (sic), the state can't say "French people go home". Political correctness prevents them saying "White people go home", but that's exactly what has to be done! France is leaving its citizens in a critical and unacceptable situation."


"The atmosphere on Mayotte is turning towards a "chasse ethnique" [ethnic hunt]. A lot of people are leaving the territory."

"Illegal immigrants are the vast majority of those who are rioting in the street, who are extremely violent, who are attacking people, who are stealing..."

"In any society when there are problems, they turn against the foreigner. So today it's the person from metropolitan France, the person who has an income, a house, a car..."


Sources: L'Express, France Info, Fdesouche.com, Mayotte Hebdo

1 comments:

DP111 said...

But isn't Mayotte part of France? So whats the problem?

It is happening in Mayotte, and its happening in other big cities of France proper.


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