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France goes after several right-wing organizations that protested against racially motivated stabbing of white teenager by migrant gangs
By Ethan Huff // Dec 08, 2023

The French government is targeting right-wing groups for protesting about the recent racially motivated murder of a white French teenager.

Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin announced that he will personally oversee the dissolution of three separate organizations that encouraged its members to travel to Romans-sur-lsere, the place where a youth gang had traveled from to gatecrash a winter ball that took place in nearby Crepol.

This youth gang had previously vowed to "stab white people" at the ball. Once they got there, the teens proceeded to stab to death a 16-year-old promising rugby player named Thomas, while wounding several others.

After stabbing Thomas to death, the young gang fled Romans-sur-lsere and even tried to flee the country.

Instead of targeting the teenagers involved with the horrific crime, Darmanin announced that he will throw the book at the protest groups who demonstrated publicly in solidarity with Thomas while calling on French authorities to deal with perpetrators.

"I will propose that a number of small groups are wound up," Darmanin said, warning that "a mobilization within the extreme right" in response to migrants stabbing French children "would have us tip into civil war." (Related: RIOTS erupt across France as EU falls to migrant invasion.)

One of the organizations that Darmanin named as a target is called the Martel Division. The names of the other two organizations remain undisclosed.

French police clash with protesters in Romans-sur-Isere

The protest groups sent members to Romans-sur-Isere where French police were waiting to deal with them. Law enforcement officers arrested around 30 and at least six have since been imprisoned.

A similar bout of civil unrest occurred in Ireland recently following a stabbing spree by an Algerian migrant that left three children hospitalized and a care worker who tried to protect the innocent minors fighting for her life.

That incident prompted the Irish government to make a similar move not against the perpetrator of the stabbing but against the protesters who came out to draw attention to what happened and call for justice.

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Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar issued a statement expressing almost embarrassment that many native Irish people are upset about the migrant murderers. Varadkar said the protesters represent a "tiny minority" of Irish citizens, adding that Ireland would be a "vastly inferior" place if not for all the mass migration taking place.

"As a country, we need to reclaim Ireland, we need to take it away from the cowards who hide behind masks and try to terrify us with violence," Varadkar added in a statement.

"We need to reclaim Ireland from the criminals who seek any excuse to unleash horrors on our streets," he added, further stating that all the protesters are bringing "shame on Ireland."

It had been many years since protests like that have occurred in Ireland. Every time they do, the Irish government tries to portray them as being led by the "far right," as if leftists never speak out publicly about important things.

"Ireland is a great country and a country that is formed by migration in both directions – Irish people going all over the world to build new lives and people coming to Ireland to build new lives," Varadkar said, adding that the protests are "not reflective of the Irish people."

More related news can be found at Tyranny.news.

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