Turks and kurds in France teach us new uses for flags

I have an idea. Let’s import millions of people with vastly alien notions of how to live and who feel no connection to our histories, cultures, values or people and then not only tell them not to integrate, but create entire industries to help them remain as they are at our expense.

Sunday Oct 30 2011

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Oct 30 2011

Pitched Battle Between Turks and Kurds in Paris
10:51 AM
This happened today. About 150 Turks had gathered to protest against “terrorism in Turkey” when they were attacked by 24 Kurds, apparently fans of the PKK. The Turks fell back. Police had to deploy tear gas to disperse the Kurds.

UPDATE: An 18-year-old Turk who was involved in this scuffling later died in hospital. As on the weekend before, anti-PKK demonstrations were organised by Turkish colonists across Europe. Mostly these passed off peacefully, but in a few places, such as Bielefeld and Bremen, there were clashes between Kurdish colonists and Turkish colonists.

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

6 Replies to “Turks and kurds in France teach us new uses for flags”

  1. Saturday in Holland there was a lot of police in The Hague because of a confrontation between Turks and Kurds. Nothing happened in the end. There have also been confrontation between the two groups in Germany.

  2. The Muslims are bringing more cultural enrichment to the western world in the form of their vicious ethnic squabbles. Just what we need.

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