posted on 05/30/2006 5:46:32 PM PDT
Police have the standard issue white hankies?
posted on 05/30/2006 5:47:53 PM PDT
Comment dit-on "long hot summer" en francais?
posted on 05/30/2006 5:52:06 PM PDT
Are you watching America? How do you like our shiny new "immigration bill" so far?
posted on 05/30/2006 5:55:15 PM PDT
"France's opposition socialist party, François Hollande, claimed the mayor had created an "instrument for violence" by stigmatising young people."
posted on 05/30/2006 5:55:59 PM PDT
"The violence showed that the lives of my family and my seven children are in danger."
He is a Frenchman with 7 children? I'll bet he's just about the only one.
Deport 'em all. What are they contributing to their adopted country except violence, fear, misery and skyrocketing the tax burden. Let them make these nice little contributions in their homelands where they'll feel more comfortable.
posted on 05/30/2006 6:37:42 PM PDT
(FReeps Ahoy 4 cruisers are home! Check the cruise thread for photos. Hit red "4" on Home Page)
"At least 100 youths, many brandishing baseball bats, clashed with police in a new outbreak of violence in the same Parisian suburbs in which nationwide rioting started last autumn."
Muslim youts in Paris need baseball bats for?
As I recall my history, a young Napoleon made his mark by killing about 200 people while suppressing a riot with canons. Napoleon figured (probably correctly) that the 200 were far less than would die in a full-scale uprising.
'At least 100 youths, many brandishing baseball bats'
I didn't know Bonds had his steroid stick on the market.
posted on 05/30/2006 7:17:54 PM PDT
(Unleash the Neutron Bomb)
while Xavier Lemoine, the centre-Right mayor of Montfermeil, one of two affected suburbs, was left fearing for the lives of his wife and seven children after a stone-throwing mob gathered outside his home.
posted on 05/30/2006 9:07:12 PM PDT
( Firearm of choice: Sig Sauer....)
The problem is that they are using rubber bullets.
posted on 05/30/2006 9:13:48 PM PDT
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