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November 23, 2006

Jihate in France: Hurricane Mohammed” Costs French Insurers 160,000,000 Euros

Filed under: Frankrig, Global Jihad, Islam, Terror — limewoody @ 4:51 pm

 http://jeremayakovka.typepad.com/jeremayakovka/2006/10/hurricane_moham.html

A French newspaper reports that last year’s nationwide (chiefly Muslim) riots — which spread like wildfire throughout France, laying waste to dozens of public buildings and businesses and 9,000 cars, trucks, and busses — cost insurers 160,000,000 Euros (more than US$200,ooo,ooo). $200,000,000 for a nation whose GDP is approximately that of California!  That’s a huge bill to pay. Maybe it’s time to think of such riots — past, present, and future — as “Hurricane Mohammed.”

The interested insurance companies are holding the government responsible, which is a natural and necessary direction in which to point fingers. A generation and more of a plainly failed immigration policies has saddled France with a predominantly Muslim underclass that appears permanent and permanently unruly. Can the same French government be trusted to transform France’s ethnic tinderboxes into anything socially useful? Barely. In the meantime, we know, radical Islam worked wonders on the mind of one of France’s native sons. How many more is it working on right now? Who in the end will save France from its demographic rot (and in turn save the rest of the West from this French rot)?

This past Easter JMK asked, Is Paris Praying? One year after the riots we ask, What price Muslim immigration? What cost? and What benefit? Or as V.I. Lenin would ask, Cui bono? (Who benefits?) Because we know that radical imams, like all implacable, warring enemies, ask themselves that question all the time….

And don’t look now, but Hurricane Mohammed is back with ever-mounting costs:

An average of 112 cars a day have been torched across France so far this year and there have been 15 attacks a day on police and emergency services. Nearly 3,000 police officers have been injured in clashes this year.

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