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Topics: Muslims, France

Wednesday, 9 November 2005

image for France surrenders to Muslim extremists.
Chirac waves white flag

Almost 2 weeks after militant Muslims started rioting and burning neighborhoods in Paris and over 200 French cities President Jaques Chirac has waved the white flag of surrender.
President Jacques Chirac's Cabinet decided at a special meeting to surrender after police could not get the rioting under control.
Michel Gaudin, the director of the national police told reporters that the national police were grossly out manned by the unemployed muslim youth army of protesters and rioters. " The smoke from the burning cars was too much for my officers to take. Several were overcome by smoke", said Gaudin.
When the number of cities under siege rose to 300 the French government issued the surrender proclamation.
The French cabinet tried to invoke an emergency power act last used during the Algerian war for independence 50 years ago, but those emergency powers failed to get the situation under control.
Senior interior ministry official Claude Gueant has vowed to form a government in exile in Germany to support underground french patriots who say they will hide until the United States frees France from the occupying forces.
Jean-Marie Le Pen leader of the right-wing, anti-immigrant National Front party has the only armed resistance to the Muslim fighters and his group vows to never surrender.
Christian Piquet, a leading member of the Ligue Communiste Révolutionnaire (LCR-Revolutionary Communist League), was quoted as saying "I agree with the call to withdraw the riot police. I'm not sure that the PCF [French Communist Party] or the LDH [League for Human Rights] would agree." he wnet on to say if we fight too hard it will be difficult for those of us who chose to remain in hiding.
Prime Minister Tony Blair of Great Britan has said his country will continue to accept refugees from the beleagured neighbor to the south. "we aremonitoring the situation closely" said lair in a recent interview.
Prime Minister Dominique De Villepin has asked President George W. Bush of the United States to send troops to free the tortured country from Muslim oppressors. There has been no response from Washington to the French request as of this morning.

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