Burying France By Richard Miller

     There is no doubt that mass migration has brought exciting food to France, which would otherwise have boring food like Australia. Who ever heard of “French cooking”!

“A 20-year-old Libyan migrant has been accused of attempting to rape three women in one night, slashing and stabbing one of his victims nine times. The attacks occurred over the night of June 28th and the early morning of June 29th in the city of Bordeaux, but details have only just been revealed this week. Police were first alerted to the man at around 3:45 a.m. on the 29th after an attempted rape was reported in the area of the Cours du Médoc. The woman claimed she had been attacked on the street by a man and provided a description to police before being taken to a local hospital. The description allowed police to identify and arrest the Libyan migrant a short time later, who also received medical treatment due to a hand injury, 20 Minutes reported on Wednesday. After the arrest, two other women came forward reporting to have also been sexually attacked that night near to the area the first attack was reported.”



“France Stratégie, a group affiliated with the French Prime Minister’s Office, has released data showing the growth in numbers of non-European migrant children in French urban areas. In one notable example, greater Paris saw a rise of 6.5 per cent in 1968 to 36.6 per cent in 2015. The group released the figures in an interactive form on its website which shows a variety of factors, including the percentage of children from birth to 18 who are either foreign-born or have at least one non-European parent. The release is extraordinary as the French government does not normally publish — or even officially collect — much in the way of statistics that relate to race or demographics, in line with French law. The website defines the category as a “person aged 0 to 18, immigrant of non-European origin or identified as a child in a household in which the reference person and/or his spouse is immigrant of non-European origin. If both parents are immigrants, the household reference persons are immigrants from outside Europe.” The figures cover several different years, starting in 1968 and ending in 2015. They show that the percentage of immigrant non-European children has increased in various cities, such as greater Paris where the average was 6.5 per cent in 1968 but has risen to 36.6 per cent in 2015. In some districts of Saint-Denis, in the heavily migrant populated department of Seine-Saint-Denis, the number of non-European migrant children is as high as 77 per cent. An area of Clichy-sous-Bois shows 83 per cent of children come from a non-European background in 2015.”

     Looks likes at long last France will be having exciting vibrant foods, now and forever, at least until the Great Famines kill everybody. That ethnic food is important for Left wing academics and other elites, who need a constant array of tasty multicult food and wine, after a hard day with the jackhammers, deconstructing.



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