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Could French-Style Riots Happen Here?

WorldNetDaily.com, Nov. 8

While Many Americans are watching the chaos unfold following 12 nights of mayhem by largely Muslim immigrants in the streets of France, a leader of the separatist Aztlan movement in the U.S. says it’s only a matter of time before worse unrest hits the streets of America.

“Can a similar insurrection occur in the USA?” asks Ernesto Cienfuegos of La Voz de Aztlan.

Yes, he concludes.

“Today, here in Los Angeles, we are already seeing ominous signs of an impending social explosion that will make the French rebellion by Muslim and immigrant youths seem ‘tame’ by comparison,” he writes. “All the ingredients are present including a hostile and racist police as in France. In fact, we came close to having major riots on three separate occasions just this year alone.”

Aztlan activists, who see themselves as “America’s Palestinians,” want to carve out of most of the southwestern United States an independent, Spanish-speaking nation known as the Republica del Norte.

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Cienfuegos continued in today’s dispatch: “On top of all this, there are major rumblings in the high schools of the Los Angeles Unified School District, the second largest in the USA. A few days ago, thousands of students, predominantly of Mexican descent, simply walked out of their schools to protest overcrowding, lack of texts, lack of desks and unqualified teachers. There is a strange feeling here in Los Angeles that something sinister is about to happen, but no one knows when. All it will take is for a ‘bird-brain cop’ to do something stupid and all hell will break loose. If another major rebellion breaks out here in L.A. it could rapidly spread throughout the USA as it has spread in France.”

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(Posted on November 9, 2005)

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