The French fight back

While the French authorities are going to try to crush any French resistance to the Islamic invasion, even the French women are observably becoming militant:

Two Muslim women were ‘stabbed repeatedly’ under the Eiffel Tower amid rising tensions in Paris after the beheading of a teacher last week. French police have arrested two female suspects after an argument about dogs allegedly descended into violence and racist insults including the words ‘Dirty Arabs’. 

One of the Muslim women said the attackers had pulled out a knife after refusing to put their dogs on a leash and slashed her on the skull, arm and ribs. The victims of Sunday’s attacks have been identified as French women from an Algerian background named only as Kenza, 49, and Amel, who is a few years younger. 

Those in custody are described as being white women of ‘European appearance’, who now face ‘attempted murder’ charges, said city prosecutors after the alleged row about dogs – which are seen as unclean in Islam.

However, the government’s attempts to crack down on anti-invader violence are going to backfire, once it becomes clear that merely expressing one’s opinion will be met with essentially the same punishment as lethal mass violence. 

Meanwhile, in Great Britain, seven “British” citizens were arrested for attempting to kill a policeman:

Seven Britons were in custody in Paris today in connection with the attempted ‘hit and run’ murder of a police officer outside the Israeli Embassy in France.

The four men and three women have not been named but are said to be London residents of Pakistani origin, who were travelling in a Mercedes and a BMW with false number plates.Their vehicles were filmed threatening the policeman outside the hugely secure Embassy close to the Champs Elysée on Monday night.

‘They suddenly deviated from their direction of travel and rushed towards the officer, who narrowly escaped’ said an investigating source.

The lie of civnattery has got to die. The state is not the nation! There is literally no political philosophy, not even communism, that is more intrinsically statist than civic nationalism.