Flemish politician warns of ‘coming civil war’
Anti-immigration Flemish politician Filip Dewinter says civil war in Europe could be "closer than we think" because authorities have lost control over suburbs dominated by Islamic gangs.
Published: July 21, 2018, 12:09 pm
According to Dewinter, one of the leading members of Vlaams Belang, “tensions will only increase” because of the ethnic component that is being ignored. “We have reached a pre-revolutionary condition in which people separate themselves from society into gangs motivated by radical Islam,” he explained.
“What we see is a sort of ethnic underside of society, people who aren’t raised well and who know nothing else other than rioting, violence and vandalism,” Dewinter told Belgian news outlet Sceptr.
“This form of violence can lead to a civil war if governments lose control and white people revolt,” he said. “Complete neighbourhoods are already beyond control of the government and the police because Islamic cultural structures have taken over these.”
Dewinter concluded: “This situation is closer than we think, it could erupt really quickly and large cities will be the battlefields.”
Dewinter posted a video of a white man being viciously beaten by a gang of migrants after France’s World Cup win as warning of the coming “lynching, violence and vandalism”.
Dewinter’s concerns are shared by prominent French author Éric Zemmour. In 2016, Zemmour warned during an interview with French radio station RTL, that French authorities were preparing for “civil war” against Muslims in order to “clean up” pockets of lawlessness with a program called “Operation Ronces”.
According to Zemmour, a highly placed source in the French government said it would be a “new reconquista on their own soil”. Contingency plans are in place for the “reappropriation of national territory,” in France when armed immigrant populations become openly hostile to authorities.
In 2015, already French security forces were preparing for mass civil unrest with radicalised immigrants in “no-go zones”.
“There are a lot of alienated and angry fourth-generation immigrant kids in the suburbs and the prospect of radicalisation is increasingly likely,” an intelligence source told the Telegraph, adding that networks of Islamist militants were arming themselves.
A public park in Nantes, France, has meanwhile been turned into a squatter camp by hundreds of migrants.
Some 500 migrants, mostly from Sudan and Eritrea moved in to a park in Nantes after being evicted from a nearby deserted building they had occupied.
Residents are outraged with the situation, and fear for their safety. Last week the city was hit with rioting by migrants in the wake of France’s World Cup win. In early July, after police killed a Muslim migrant and suspected fleeing criminal, the city had to endure days of looting, arson, vandalism and rioting.
The mayor of Nantes has rejected demands to clear out the squatters, claiming that migrants should be received in a “dignified” manner.
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