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A top government official in France has confessed that draconian lockdown measures being imposed on the rest of the populace should not be executed in the country’s migrant-heavy ghettos to prevent riots.
In a separate conference telephone, Nunez told other officials who were shutting down shops in the infamous banlieues of France and restricting movement risks igniting violent societal illness if enforced too rigorously.
Threat Alert in Paris, France...— Amy Mek (@AmyMek) March 19, 2020
Migrants attack police and refuse to comply with Chinese Coronavirus Quarantine - just like in Germany!
It is delusional to think that these individual will EVER comply with ANY rules -Globalists already new this.
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A regional defence zone prefect who had been in on the call agreed that businesses that were shut down in other areas of France should stay open in more impoverished neighbourhoods to help with “social mediation.”This undermining of the legislation that Macron announced as essential.
This apparent disregard for the population as a whole, comes at a time when police, ambulance and firefighters confront record amounts of hostility whenever they venture to the suburbs where gangs put cars on fire then assault them when they arrive to help,” writes Damian Wilson. Whenever authorities attempt to enforce quarantine measures, or any other actions of law enforcement, in migrant-heavy locations, they are surrounded and intimidated by gangs of migrants as is exemplified in the clip below.
It is not uncommon for fire trucks and ambulances to be attacked in these “sensitive” areas. The following clip shows migrants responding to police attempts to apply a quarantine. Since Breitbart reports, migrants in European cities across the continent don’t honour the lockdown or even the police officers seeking to enforce it. Police in Seine-Saint-Denis at Paris’ region say they are overwhelmed by the amount.”We are not going to give up. But we also understand how they live and where these people today live.