Friday, 25 November 2011


Our governments are no longer protecting us. They have sided with the invaders. Some French citizens are now considering forming a private militia to deal with the violence.
"It’s going to end very badly", says the resident of tower block 2 in la Gayonne, his eyes red from lack of sleep.

"If the police and local officials don’t take the measure of our despair it’s going to come to blows. Or worse. I’ve spent the night with a weapon in my car to defend it. The idea of a private militia is starting to go around the tower blocks and we won’t be responsible for the damage. We’re no longer safe in our apartments. Our vehicles are threatened and we’re being forced back.”

Too much damage

In a few words, this local resident, who insists on her anonymity from fear of reprisals, describes well the ambience that reigns in la Gayonne. In the last few days about a dozen vehicles have been destroyed or damaged. The apartments have been the target of stone-throwing and the tower block 2 entrance hall has paid the price of the stupidity of four “jeunes” [young people] who first attacked the vehicles then the doors of the entrance hall.

The insurance companies no longer insure

"Our insurance companies don’t want to insure us any more", complains this mother of a family whose car has been damaged five times since August. She insists that her household insurance will be terminated by the company next January 1 unless she accepts a substantial increase in her premiums.

"I just don’t have the means to pay more. We are in difficulties and these “jeunes” are going to end up sinking us. My daughter also refuses to sleep in her bedroom ever since a fire threatened our windows.”

30 years ago "We were privileged!"

"When we moved into these apartments years ago we were the privileged ones,” says Bernard who will soon have spent 29 years in the tower block. “Today nothing works. We’re worried. We live in fear of attacks and thefts. It’s not normal. We’re paying for a certain number of services which they are not able to provide us with.”

Last week while putting his car in a garage, a resident had stones thrown at her by “jeunes” from a footpath. Another had her handbag stolen in front of her kid while she was unloading her shopping.

"I am a “pied-noir” [former European colonist in Algeria] and these tower blocks are all I’ve ever known since I arrived in Béziers. Lately, I haven’t gone out wearing jewels any more for fear of being attacked."
Source: Midi Libre

So this person was forced out of her original home in Algeria by Muslim violence and now has to experience it in France too.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is what i always say, i have the measures to protect myself and my GF cuz i carrie my glock 9mm with me.

Anonymous said...

This is the way the people will have to go, para-military organizations, EU has sided with the peoples enemies, among them the mooslims.

Anonymous said...

It is unreal to read about this, even though you know that the facts are perfectly right. The French who still have to live in these areas are hostages in their own country.

Their car was burnt, so they can't go to work. They can't get a new one because the insurance would have been too expensive. Etcetc. Adding to this the daily fear, the stress, the frustration. In one word, hell on earth.

It is so sad. And, indeed, surrealistic.

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Jazmine Collins said...

Great post!

Amelia Wilson said...
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Amelia Wilson said...

It is scary how one day you feel completely safe and the next one someone makes ruins out of it. I know there is nothing that can save our houses from terrorism but I have tried this home insurance in Seekonk MA and at least I sleep better now.

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