From Ironic Surrealism.
Another video, also riots happened in La Bastille:
Another video, this riot happened in Belleville:
A Blog for All reminds that tear gas was needed to disperse the democratic youths. And that the rioters were white-skined... ejem, that was clear from the beginning...
From Red Alerts: Communist leader supports Paris Jihad.
Fausta's blog: Sarko: What's next?. She quotes Forbes: "French president-elect Nicolas Sarkozy plans to waste no time pushing through a weighty package of pro-market, anti-crime reforms - but the first battle is winning a majority in parliament in new elections next month".
NRO on French elections: What Republicans should learn of Sarkozy's victory -and also Spanish right-centre- h/t El Opinador Compulsivo:
- He stuck on ideas. He had specific solutions for specific problems — including some of France’s most intractable — and he stuck by them no matter what. He didn’t allow his ideas to become swamped in sentiment.
- He reflected common sense.
- Sarkozy simply ignored what the French press assumed the campaign should be about — the enshrinement of the 35-hour week or Le Pen or whatever — and stayed on-topic.
- he didn't give credit to constituency issues that weren't his own (such as Royal being a woman).
- He ignored meaningless issues, for example, Bayrou.
- He prohibited cynicism, because he stuck with ideas.
- He ran from losers... of his own party (Chirac and the rest of the UMP establishment).
Remember the I am a woman, vote for me of Ségo? She will be dissapointed h/t O Insurgente:
No Pasarán h/t EU Referendum (by the way, read the post I am linking, it has a very good insight):
Nicolas Sarkozy won the women’s vote and fared well among blue-collar workers, even though his rival for the French presidency was a woman and a Socialist.
It was one of the surprising subplots in Sarkozy’s resounding election victory over Segolene Royal - and shows his vision of pro-market reforms and scaling back immigration appeals to a wide audience.
In Lille, just before 22h00, around 200Oh, yeah, as Helen, points out, ehem the people have voted and Sarkozy has won. And how many votes anarchists had?
anarchistsFrench youths with black flags grouped around the Grand Place and chanted "Fascist Sarko, the people will have your hide".
Deustche Welle: More riots on France after Sarkozy wins. Now, Socialist leaders appeal for calm: François Hollande (PS) calls for restraint and adds "Everyone who indulges in these acts of violence only does those people a service who want more order and strictness". "But we need dialogue and respect instead of violence," he added.... Too late!
Strata Sphere: Is Europe moving right? Is the democratic left in trouble?
I normally do not link to bad taste images, but you can see how badly Sarko has been treated by some people throughout the campaign, going to this post. I advice you: the image is... of very bad taste.
The New Babylon Times: In Lilles some youths climbed to the Mayor's office balcony and some of the flags burned. (In Spanish).
Alianza entre Mamones comments: And as ever the leftists take on very well the defeats.
The American Thinker considers that the riots are caused by the spoken frienship between France and US. I really think that they do not consider the right is legitimate enough to govern.
Atlas Shrugs has more on the riots. People are blaming on his foreign origins the reaction people had when he called rioters scum. They consider that, being an immigrant, he should have more respect for immigrants. Oh, yes, but for immigrants that do not riot and work. By the way, I feel that consideration about his origins is somewhat chauvinist: and then, these leftists... blame every people of the world of being racists and segregationists... Hmmm.
Disculpen las Molestias: The important thing is not losing, and most important, not losing the elections to a conservative. Some people can't stand it.
Stephania fears he is going to be just another right-wing socialist.
Chaim links to an IHT article about the elections. Sakozy is both an outsider and and an insider. We will see, as I have writen before, what happens in legislative elections... next June.
French blog Instict de survie reports that Islamist web Oumma.net has begun its resistance against the national-sarkosysme. They also report that the association "Votez banlieues", was calling for anti-Sarko vote. But the French Muslim Council is happy about the result as Sarkozy was the one who united "all the French Muslim tendencies". That, together with his mentions to euthanasia, are the two things I really do not see very clear about him.
By the way, a Catholic Church in Loos has been burned to the ground. Three people were questioned but they had all being released.
Portuguese blogger Franciso Núnes writes:
Je, je, je, there's nothing better in this world that ironic people... [Uups, I forgot to write that post about Portuguese PM Socrates faking his degree... Changing from Outlook to new Windows Live Mail have those inconvenients...).
The French do not bore badly that Nicolas Sarkozy called scum to some sympathetic youths who got some fun burning neighbours' cars and buses with passengers inside, breaking windows, beating people in the streets, destroying urban equipment
Terrible people, this French.
And Sarkozy Intifada Continues right now...
Related posts: Riots continue after Sarkorzy wins.
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