France: A Aubervilliers, Asians are organizing to ensure their safety

Published on 15-08-2016 Changed at 15-08-2016 at 21:07

Relatives and family members pay tribute to Zhang Shaolin killed in an attack in Aubervilliers, north of Paris, August 14, 2016.

A week after the murder of a Chinese in Aubervilliers, north of Paris, the community suffering daily attacks, decided to react.

A dozen men gathered on August 15 in a restaurant in Aubervilliers, north of Paris, eyes glued to their mobile phones. They stand ready to intervene in case a member of the Chinese community is attacked in the vicinity.

One of them, Yvon Sun, was himself attacked four times last month. “In all areas of La Courneuve and Aubervilliers, the Chinese are daily victims of aggression and violence,” he testifies.

The Chinese community in North Paris then proceded to organize themselves. Now, they never go out alone, explains Charly Shen. “In this group, we will try to return home together, we’re going to pick up each other at subway station to avoid being attacked,” he explains.

Increasing incidents of aggression

For the Chinese community in France, there is anger still, a week after the deadly attack on a 49 years old Chinese in Aubervilliers. The man fell at the hands of three men in the street. It is far from being an isolated case. Racist attacks against the Chinese are multiplying for several months. They therefore got organized to better secure their movements.

Rui Wang, spokesman of the Association of Chinese youth of France (AJCF), says that Asians represent an easy target because they are the cliche victims. “They think that the Asian is a safe and easy target, and so they’re attacking him, he says. At first we joked on ‘the other’, we attacked in words. Gradually it comes to actions. Today, first drops of blood were shed. We would not want that tomorrow others suffer the same fate.“

A petition on the Internet to denounce the anti-Asian attacks had collected 9000 signatures on the evening of August 15.

[Translators note: the article carefully fails to mention who the aggressors are. But one may guess its not the indigenous French]

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15 Replies to “France: A Aubervilliers, Asians are organizing to ensure their safety”

  1. Watching the European Euro 2016 soccer fans attack each other, I had thought of this as displaced fear/anger, that they were afraid to defend themselves against Muslims and so acted out and displayed bravado with each other.

    Hence, without any dispatches yet on Muslim gangs intimidating and attacking the peaceful zen of Asia with their weak before the strong and strong before the weak pathology of Islam; this fear may have made it into the weaker prisoners of French-Socialism. To behave exactly as if they were Muslims without even realizing it.

    On all levels in The West, the Socialist-dhimmis have been doing the bidding of Islam. With the false-Daddy desire for the iron hand of a Chairman Mao not yet arrived, the back door into their sexual-identified heads of Islam, gives them a sense of manhood they had been looking for all of their lives

    Islam is the completion of liberals whose whole reason of existance is to ‘do not wrong,’ now having their i-robot moment: “Muhammad told me to. It is Halal.”

    Google it – “Do no evil.” The total abdication of ownership and responsibility.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/09/09/british-police-force-says-it-may-allow-female-officers-to-wear-f/

    • In the beginning, Islam makes you blameless, and Socialism makes you shameless… but as you ascend and move behind the veils Muhammadanism will count all your transgessions unless you kill for them, and Communism will mass-humiliate you until you kill on its behalf. These easy gateways to heaven were the roads to hell.

      The Fatherlands and Motherlands of the single-parents of Muhammad and Merkel.

  2. Sadly, or tragically, everything that David Warren says in this essay strikes me as true and for me timely. For over this past weekend I had the pleasure of the company of old friends. They are men my age, intelligent, responsible and all the rest.

    But they are also so very lost. So immersed in the mire of centrally-planned progressive dogma that they have surrendered even before being asked to fight. And I am the menace for even acknowledging any of that which the “useful idiots” refuse to or cannot see.

    Sometimes I am hopeful that we’ve turned a corner–that our peers and countrymen are awakening to reality. Alas, from where I stand it’s not yet the case.

    Hope is not a strategy, and in men like this I see little hope. Sure, they may awaken once they, themselves, have suffered. At this point it may be too late or else they will shrug and simply convert.

    In the end, they are always the “polite society”, and I some sort of pagan. It’s not nearly the first time it’s happened, but I always hope, like a fool, that old friends will wake up.

  3. Sadly, or tragically, everything that David Warren says in this essay strikes me as true and for me timely. For over this past weekend I had the pleasure of the company of old friends. They are men my age, intelligent, responsible and all the rest.

    But they are also so very lost. So immersed in the mire of centrally-planned progressive dogma that they have surrendered even before being asked to fight. And I am the menace for even acknowledging any of that which the “useful idiots” refuse to or cannot see.

    Sometimes I am hopeful that we’ve turned a corner–that our peers and countrymen are awakening to reality. Alas, from where I stand it’s not yet the case.

    Hope is not a strategy, and in men like this I see little hope. Sure, they may awaken once they, themselves, have suffered. At this point it may be too late or else they will shrug and simply convert.

    In the end, they are always the “polite society”, and I some sort of pagan. It’s not nearly the first time it’s happened, but I always hope, like a fool, that old friends will wake up.

    http://www.davidwarrenonline.com/2016/09/10/fifteen-years/

    • Do I ever know what you mean. My old friends have decided that I’ve gone crazy and turned into a neo-Nazi or something. They mistake my passion on the subject for insanity. What they don’t know is that I see a 20-foot great white shark coming up behind them – opening it’s mouth and rolling back it’s eyes, ramora fish and all – that they are completely unaware of. Excuse me for looking a little strained as I try to point it out…:)

      It’s not that funny, actually. I’m quite alone now…

      • You’re metaphor is bang on for me too. It’s a hard subject even to soft pedal to them. It ramps up really fast and they don’t follow you.

        • Ha! same for me too. It’s social death to even suggest that there is an active jihad underway or that M married a 6 year old girl and consummated when she was 9. Or that there is a death penalty hanging over every muslim who steps out of line. Or that Israel may have a right to exist. How many more Christmases are we going to be able to celebrate I wonder? Still, it could be worse – I too could have been born a muslim.

  4. The members of the French identity movement and other resistance groups need to reach out to the Chinese community to draw them into the coalition. This will provide greater protection to all groups and will to an extent disprove the charge of racism. I hope the negotiations are already ongoing.

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