Reports indicate that the French government deployed "armored military vehicles" to rove the streets in an attempt to maintain order. Watch the video below to see these vehicles in action through the streets of Marseille:
Here we go ? ?? pic.twitter.com/yoqTj0ivth
— Mark (@markmaycot) June 30, 2023
The reporting service France 24 tweeted that the French gendarmerie is, in fact, using armored vehicles to "suppress riots," this according to PM Elisabeth Borne who stated that "additional mobile forces" will soon join the vehicles belonging to the military unit:
??? The French gendarmerie will use armoured vehicles to suppress riots, PM Elisabeth Borne said Friday
— FRANCE 24 English (@France24_en) June 30, 2023
All of this is being blamed on "riots," however the media is not explaining to the public why French people are rioting. Could it have anything to do with the hordes of illegal immigrant "migrants" the globalists are importing into Europe, and particularly into France?
The failure of these illegal migrants to assimilate into greater French society is probably at least one of the factors driving these widespread riots, which are gaining global attention.
"OPEN BORDERS: Largely unarmed, French citizens are at the mercy of roving immigrant gangs armed with machine guns," one Twitter account reported, along with the following video footage:
OPEN BORDERS?: Largely unarmed, French citizens are at the mercy of roving immigrant gangs armed with machine guns. pic.twitter.com/sCQogZC97b
— @amuse (@amuse) June 30, 2023
(Related: Last fall, riots broke out in both Panama and Sri Lanka due to rising inflation and economic breakdown.)
The United States had better take note of what is currently happening in France because it is also happening here.
The Biden regime's open borders policies are bringing in tens of thousands of illegal immigrants week after week. And there are hardly enough Border Patrol agents ready and willing, or even able, to stop them.
Evidence suggests that France has already become a third world country – see the video footage below. Is this what you want to see happen in your country, America?
??? France in last Hour
A glimpse into the not too distant future.
Wake up please. pic.twitter.com/ET3oTTj0Le
— Concerned Citizen (@cotupacs) June 30, 2023
In the past 24-to-48 hours, there have been at least 2,000 cars burned, 500 buildings torched, hundreds of businesses looted, and more violent clashes with police than the authorities are able to count.
All of this was confirmed by French interior minister Gérald Darmanin, who confirmed that more than 800 people have been arrested and 250 officers injured amid the chaos.
Emmanuel Macron blamed social media for all the rioting, calling it "copycat violence" as news of the riots continues to spread online. As one might expect, Macron is calling for more censorship on platforms like Twitter, Snapchat, and Tiktok to keep the most "sensitive content" from spreading unmitigated.
Well into the day on Friday, however, rioting and vandalism was still widespread and completely out of control across France. As a result, Darmanin announced that buses and tram systems would be closed by 9 pm local time while the government tries to suppress all the unrest.
Images show scenes or torched cars and wreckage all across the French landscape. One video – see below – shows an Apple store in Strasbourg being looted with no police officers or anyone else in sight.
Looting the Apple Store in Strasbourg.
Not a Macron man to be found.
France is spiraling in real time. pic.twitter.com/hII4qMbNkE
— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) June 30, 2023
Just like what happened after the George Floyd psy-op in the U.S., looters are going after high-end stores like Apple and Lacoste while families – and especially those with small children – cower in terror at how unsafe the streets of France have become.
Scary ?. Triste ? Can’t go out with kids. France ???
— Santosh Gupta (@santoshskm) June 30, 2023
All of this began after the police killed a 17-year-old person during a traffic stop – sound familiar? Between Thursday night and Friday morning, which constituted day-three of the resulting chaos, more than 600 people were arrested, most of them between the ages of 14 and 18.
Check out the below heat map to learn more about where the chaos is spreading:
France showing heat map of riots
This after the pension riots and fuel riots pic.twitter.com/UQ5lV02NwJ
— Kalu Aja (@FinPlanKaluAja1) June 30, 2023
The situation has gotten so bad that Macron was forced to leave an EU summit in Brussels, scheduling another emergency meeting on Friday instead.
"France has fallen," tweeted investigative journalist Amy Mek about the situation.
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