France Is RIOTING After 'Disgusting' Police Shooting | Hasanabi ReactsJul 01, 2023
If it is not the Republic, then what is it like? I don't understand, it's the state that executed a child like, oh no, it wasn't the state, it was actually according to Macron's video games, Snapchat and Tick Tock, yeah, um, we are. I'm going to cover France right now. Okay, there are riots all over France, but this time not for the old reason, it's time for a very American reason, an incredibly American reason, in fact,
policebrutality, a teenager, an Arab teenager, as I understand it. was shot dead by the
policeand everyone is up in arms about it, because you know, in many circumstances, in many other countries, the police kill a citizen or just anyone, it is often a unique circumstance, this time the teenager was 16 years old. years say that about the fatal police
shootingof a teenager, they are seeing his mother right there leading a tribute march recently the boy identified by Authority 17 I'm sorry, he is reported as an elderly man of North African descent, the
shootingIt occurred during a traffic stop on Tuesday.
In Ontario, a working-class town outside Paris, French officials say the officer who shot and killed the 17-year-old acted illegally. We now learn that the officer has been placed under formal investigation for voluntary manslaughter while protesters set the fire. to several cars that's crazy French President Emmanuel Macron called the shooting unjustifiable and at the same time condemned the riots our correspondent in Paris Melissa Bell has more cars wait the police immediately said this was crazy they didn't say we had to check the body camera footage and then like wait how am I so confused so a cop shot a teen a dark teen they lied at first okay so I don't know the exact details of this but the line of time here is pretty fast for the United States of America by American standards, which is the worst thing in the world, not just the developing world or not just the developed world, but the developing world, still yes, they lied until that a video appeared hmm, people are pointing out that people of color are the ones traveling, while white people want the riots to stop, okay, everyone was
riotingover the pension plans, who gives who is
rioting, I don't care who's pointing that out, so initially the officers claimed that the driver hit them, is that it, yeah, why are you pointing that out? racist and it's not true either, I think he's the person who literally said that Town Halls school is not here, he refused to cooperate, they don't have a body camera, white people here lie about the team saying that he has precedence, but it's not true, No, he refused to cooperate.
Um, so they're lying about the teen's background, okay, wait, the amount of rioting I doubt these rides are worth anything, dude? I don't know if I should use Richie Medhurst's opinion on the matter. I mean, no, I don't know how valid this is going to be. I need better, I need better information here, probably saying: I'm going to shoot you in the teenager's head. Do you have something better than a Twitter thread or not, is that all we have is a good thread, I'm not going to lie, it's still a Twitter thread, man, it's like and it's not from a journalist, okay, not even is from a French person, so obviously, in the hierarchy of media literacy and What I think is a good resource 45,000 French police Jean Darmes mobilized overnight to contain the riots.
Well, um, here, French soccer legend, Mbappé. Well, I don't care, uh, all that yet, wait. The Riders loot a weapons store and Central, I myself steal rifles. Clashes at the headquarters. Marcel 49 people arrested Geneva public transport stops at the French border okay let's start Damn I want to get to the beginning I want to know where what happened originally happened okay this is very frustrating oh my god oh my god oh my god and I don't do the actual videos matter, um uh, this whole story seems to exist almost exclusively on Twitter, it's strange, all the videos are with very few people and they don't seem to go up, just vandalism, brand shooting, my chronic uses. explosive team killed by police well at a Christ meeting President Francisco said more officers would be deployed to contain the violence, but stopped short of declaring a state of emergency urged parents to continue to provide for children children at home and remove certain content from social media platforms France has been rocked by three nights of unrest after Nahel M 17 was killed while driving away from a traffic stop.
More than 915 arrests were made on Thursday night alone. Well, their care matters more to them, like the things that have happened afterwards. so the real problem at hand, do you understand what I'm trying to do here? I'm trying to learn every minute detail about what led a group of French police officers, uh, to behave like an American police officer, okay, that's what I want to know is waking up after another night of clashes across the country. in Lil and Toulouse and, as expected, here in non-terre, the Paris suburb that was the catalyst for all the disorder that followed behind me, there you can see fires burning in the middle of the street we can see riot police officers, thank you, just walking past us and the smell of tear gas still lingers.
This is not going to end easily and why, because this area and all of France have already seen that video of a Frenchman. A police officer shot a teenager in a car just a mile from where I am now, who has been condemned by the president, by the Minister of the Interior, by prominent people, including Kylian Mbappé, the super famous French footballer who also grew up in a French suburb. and what happened is a sin, the reason I wanted to know this was because the people in the chat literally shot their mouths off in the most racist way possible now, are they all personally racist, are they French type racists, who are like he?
He was so clearly Algerian, you know, that's why he drove irresponsibly. No I dont think so. I think they are the usual type of racist who listen to other super white nationalist French people literally lie about the circumstances and come here. and repeat it okay it's negligence uh it's the racism of negligence okay something seems good to you just repeat it in the chat that is precisely the reason why I wanted to see the exact circumstances because there were people in the chat literally saying well he ran over the police, well, he refused to cooperate after running over the police as if he were trying to kill police with his car, okay, summary of all the discontent of the people who live here because of what they see is the brutality of the police because of the way they they think. that the system has forgotten and has not given them employment or education, it has left them behind in the economy and that discontent has clearly boiled and boiled here driven by the fury that is impressive with the murder of this 17-year-old, which Now it will happen is a march from the prefecture here in Monte led by the mother of the teenager who died.
The question here in Montair and for all of France is whether this discontent will continue or if it will simmer and right now no one knows the answer. of the shooting exists uh you can't see the victim in the situation, but you can see basically the entire video. This is the moment a French police officer shot at a car while driving away from a traffic stop in a Paris suburb, huh. I think he likes to walk away after they shoot him, yeah, like they're, he, shoot, once the car starts, shoot once the car starts moving, okay, it's point blank, by the way, you can't see nothing. bloody, but yes, the shot is fired, like at the shooting range at point-blank range, the shot is fired at point-blank range while the car accelerates a little, the policeman in the video, as far as I understand, so, non-compliance, then, oh Dude, oh, you're So, I forgot that you can execute people in cold blood, um, when you're in a traffic stop.
Yeah, I didn't realize that's the world we live in, where cops can pull you over and put a gun in your face and say. I'm going to shoot you in the head, which is what I was about to mention. There's a part of the video where under circumstances they kill you for non-compliance, yeah, no, I love it, I love it when you. You are such an American bootlicker that you are deciding to defend French boots. Where is your decency? Where is your sense of honesty? Where is your anti-French feeling really? I mean, think of it as looking at boots as a hobby that makes you defend.
French police boots okay you're American you have guts what is this update and I don't know tired of the JK actually Andes yeah it was a lot of fun man apparently the cops were allowed to shoot after calling twice to cooperate, that's apparently crazy? The police tried to say that the teen was trying to run them over originally and then the video came out, apparently, and that's why people are so angry because the original narrative was very quickly and intensely falsified by real evidence, yeah , so they killed him. a crashed car was seen further down the street because the officer was shot the police officer suspected of shooting him was arrested and faces possible manslaughter charged according to the Nontev prosecutor's office the death sparked riots in several cities around Paris, the Officials said 31 people were arrested, 25 police officers were injured and 40 cars were set on fire.
Another video shows the police officers just before the first video hitting the child inside several times, threatening to shoot the driver in the head. Make that one reach all of France tonight after days of protest over the fatal shooting. of a teenager at the hands of police, the 17-year-old was killed Tuesday in a Paris suburb during a traffic stop. The officer who fired the shot has now been charged with voluntary manslaughter and today a memorial march led by the victim's mother also ended in violence. Police are now on alert throughout the country. Nail's 17-year-old mother led an angry crowd in what began as a peaceful protest for her son, but simmering tensions took hold as people fired projectiles at police who used tear gas. 17-year-old man, vigil turned to vandalism for some as cars were set on fire again It's the third day of unrest over Naile's murder while the officer who shot him has now been charged some say the problem runs much deeper We live in France, which is supposed to mean equality, freedom, fraternity, but that doesn't exist anymore.
The police make the rules and do what they want. They decide to kill someone, they just do it. I wish it would never happen again. It shouldn't be possible to die. like that for no reason. I wouldn't want it. It happens to my own children, brother, the number of times I've told you, the Europeans keep laughing at the United States from there, you're basically laughing at your own future. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but that's enough, it's here. The corporate brain rot, that hypercapitalist brain rot that has slowly but surely eroded your own constitutions, your own checks and balances, the omnipresent influence of the lobby that I told you was reaching your countries, has been going on for the last 10 years. 20 years and now you.
We're finally starting to see the worst aspects of this and prepare ourselves because the other side already exists, has already existed in places like Sweden and all that, where any kind of immigration is considered the main reason why uh societies uh horrible uh any kind of horrible feeling that you have because of existing under these crippling conditions that are directly related to immigration directly related to refugees directly related to Islam when you know it has nothing to do with that in all that is also there and now you have the police that are supposed to control the population, that are there to protect and control, protect and serve the interests of capital, take carte blanche approaches to, you know, rampant violence that is not controlled. without restrictions and it's going to get worse, my oldest son is 11 years old. could be him in five years dying from a gunshot wound this really needs to stop Target control rioters protesters have burned down a town hall on the outskirts of the northern city of Lille with public transport and Paris was also targeted Tram services and buses in several regions have been closed early.
Maybe there are other ways to discuss this problem instead of creating problems for people who go to work. The Government is deploying 40,000 agents and says it will take zero time. I mean, it won't ever be crazy to me to see an entire nation in a state of disarray and unrest with a mass mobilization in public over the shooting of a singular teenager in a traffic stop and of course I'm not trying to belittle eitherminimize violence. you're looking at it right but I'm just American so when I see a 17 year old get shot at a traffic stop I think it's a Tuesday our police force kills 1000 civilians a year so it's crazy see an entire Western developed nation will be up in arms or another unarmed murder of a teenager, yes, it came out, wait, now it is condemning the tolerance approach to protest violence to any arson, the attack, more than a dozen Police stations or barracks have been attacked, they have demonstrated. great professionalism in very difficult conditions and I want to reiterate my support and confidence in them.
I am at your side. Curfews have been announced in some areas on the outskirts of Paris as authorities prepare for more Fury and Linda Givetash joins us now from Paris. a journalist from the AFP Linda news agency, the agent involved has been subjected to a formal investigation. What can she tell us? People are obviously very upset already over the last 48 hours. There are a lot of emotions running high right now within the community. A young man is dead, uh, the investigation is moving quite quickly, um, the fact that they already had this officer in question detained, um, taking him to the Magistrates Court there is a lot of progress, really fast, in the fact that again emotions are running high, we are seeing a lot of action on the streets in terms of protests, both peaceful and violent at times, so tensions are pretty high, right?
Now, to make sure I understand correctly, do you think the fact that someone has been charged will go some way to easing tensions here? That depends on the communities in question, obviously, the people around them, I think, and it's hard to say. We'll see how it goes tonight at the same time, while we're obviously seeing action being taken under the Justice front at the same time they've raised more money for the police and the boy's mom if you have any questions. question, I'm French, that part doesn't surprise too much racists, our racists universally, you know what I mean, and they do the same racist thing all over the world at that moment, that policeman is no longer a person, he is a martyr and He behaves that way.
The white supremacists want him to behave, he is playing his role, his responsibility in the eyes of those racist people, so they know they are going to celebrate him, we have communities where curfews are being put in place. uh, they've already done it even for the capital region, because for Paris there are limitations on bus and tram service. Night services people will not be able to move normally, obviously the Metro is still running and the underlying metro is still running. running, but you know that bus services are going to be limited, so the movement of people will obviously be controlled to some extent, so there are multiple facts.
I can see this getting completely out of control to a point where, like Twitchcon EU, maybe not. It will even happen, as it is, it seems like it will happen, but if the protests escalate to a point where a police officer ends up killing another teenager or some while violently detaining them because they are the ones who don't know how to act. animals um I could see this uh completely out of control switchcon is like next week's actress actually right now but it's for the communities that want to see action and want to see who's under informal investigation shouldn't mean something.
For them, yes, many protesters say the death of this teenager is just the latest example of systemic racism within French law enforcement and a culture of impunity. How big is the problem of police violence in France? I think, keeping the context, just the The last few months of this year we didn't even look before, um, we just came out of quite violent protests at times, uh, over pension reform. I'm sure you know people all over the world were paying attention to this, uh, where uh. You know, the presidency and the government pushed for pension reforms to extend the retirement age from 60 to 62.
There were many protests about it and from that also many, you know, emerged in violent actions of the Law. Many injured people were arrested and at that time there was a lot of criticism about the excessive use of force by the police and that was questioned and for this to happen, you know, months, practically weeks after those incidents, that was already happening. It's still a priority for a lot of people here, um, that's just rephrasing that whole question. Well, thank you very much for giving us that context. Linda Givetash from AFP, I really appreciate your time, are you justifying what you wrote?
Thousands of people's property is not being destroyed, the whole analytics business, people's livelihoods are being burned because the Dumb Riders, people are taking advantage of the situation, people are not actually taking advantage of the riots, people are taking advantage of the situation. riot because they have been taken advantage of. We've been abused like we've talked a lot about this, in fact, I don't think you're here to really hear my perspective, although I'm going to go ahead and just take a guess. It sounds like you're just here to argue and then maybe cut something out so you can turn around and say, look, Hassan is in, you're okay with riots and stuff, it sounds like summer 2020 with that shot, I think it's literally They burned down in a public library, bro, yeah, I mean, they're burning too, uh, like subway cars, and I'm clearly not in favor of burning any of those things, are you stupid?
Sure, gaslighting and no response, classic, oh, if you want. To understand my position, I have said this many times: you want to prevent unrest among the citizens. Riots don't happen when citizens are happy. Keep your citizens happy. A very effective method of doing this is to not give the police legal permission. go ahead to shoot someone if they don't comply at a traffic stop it's not gaslighting it's not surveillance it's not bossy you're too stupid to understand anything beyond yes or no because here you're like a cackling hyena or what you perceive is red meat from which you can get Reddit Karma.
Be fair, Parisians are never happy. I mean, I understand why they aren't. You're not happy either. The only difference is that we don't have the culture. We don't have the. culture or attitude or body organizational ability to genuinely do something about it his court record in 15 previous incidents those cops probably knew who he was, man, I love that man that's not true, by the way, that's a lie, he didn't have 15 incidents previous From what I understand, you just accepted a lie, either because you yourself are racist or because you literally know better and don't care, and even then you think, first of all, let me tell you something.
Can't. I don't know if they are American losers just trying to defend French police brutality. Okay, I don't know if they're American losers trying to defend French police brutality. Wikipedia, you can change, you can edit on Wikipedia, let's look at this. look at the situation on Wikipedia, but again, it's always funny not being able to tell if these are amateur French police brutality defenders or if they're American police brutality defenders who have a lot of experience with this kind of thing and are just doing. For fun, yes, I read it, monsters. I was there and people were saying the police should have used real bullets on the protesters, so let me explain something to you if you're an American or if you're an American police officer. racist bootlicker or a racist French police smuggler I've been here a million times, okay, let me explain something to you, idiot, eco-fascist, that's a measure of overpopulation, if there's a sacrifice, it doesn't matter, I'm not going to say anything, oh my God , moron. idiot too much Reddit too much Reddit you read too many threads and now believe falsehoods like overpopulation is happening uh or that this guy actually at the age of 17 had 15 previous incidents without even considering that maybe that's not the case and maybe you were lied to but let me explain something to you, cops, you don't know how much history you have in a traffic stop, shut your mouth, not only did this kid not have that much history, okay, not only are the French police not defending these actions, you have taken on a role.
That's further to the right than the French police, but last but not least, even if I had 15 priors, that gives the police the legal right to kill someone because if your answer is yes, I don't know what to tell you. , but you. you deserve a lobotomy, okay you need to be lobotomized, if you legitimately think like the cops, one knew he had 15 priors, which by the way isn't even true, okay you came to this conclusion with five flawed premises, you need to believe that that this kid had 15 priors, you have to believe that two cops already knew he had 15 priors, you have to believe that three cops should be able to come to the conclusion that he had 15 priors and therefore can kill someone in the How do you think that this is appropriate?
How do you think it is appropriate to think about this? He smiles, I said he didn't deserve to die, yes, what you're doing right is being gigantic, okay, you're a big boy. I'm not saying he deserved to die, but I'll try to make it clear as best as I can without actually saying it, just say with your chest what's going on, just say it, you get no repercussions for it, stupid, Wikipedia is an advertising troll. that shortly after her death a man from the maroon ambulance launched a tirade against a police officer later explaining that he knew the boy as if he were his little brother he had seen him grow up as a kind and helpful child he never picked her up uh he never picked up up He shook hands with no one and was never violent, he told reporters, damn dude, but Wikipedia said he had 15 previous dogs, which somehow also means, by the way, uh, I don't have, I don't have proof of this. , okay, oh yeah, you've been consistent in your stand up to Riot and looting, yeah, this was three years ago, the dog is just biting his arm, the ambulance people were also arrested for threatening the police, that's unbelievable, that's crazy, a French ambulance worker exposed against the police, you can see that he's just a kid for not having a driver's license it's not terrible, the police arrested him afterwards for allegedly threatening them and inciting hatred foreigner, but the police knew about it, there you have it, if a dog bites your arm and may be allergic to the chicken content in its food, I think so.
I think that's what you understand a little French. No, he was driving a rental car when the police stopped him for violating several traffic rules that they know about. Now they're coming for you. Oh, he said he. I saw him grow. father left his mother raised him alone now she is alone you are known now they are coming for you yes all the kids in a bad neighborhood had met him the police at the end university is the word for school before high school in French is this his Twitter He says his colleagues were there and he's warning them about the riots that happened, which of course followed, yeah dude, I guess people are about to say, dude, he skipped attendance, like why didn't the cops shoot him sooner? , what's happening? keep skipping school uh punishable by death the way Kamala Harris talks around here okay, I got this, I got this, I got this about the thing about the um, I have to take Kaia real quick according to the Figaro newspaper , that's 30.
I guess. that's not like that, he woke up I didn't consider that you were right he should have set a fire here now that we know more we can see the story of Nile, 17, continued a second night to force the French president to call an emergency ministerial meeting last towers have been marked by violent chants against police stations but also against schools and town halls and basically against institutions and the Republic. It is absolutely unjustifiable that the deployment of some 2,000 police officers in the Harris suburbs did little to calm the anger with 150 people. "Arrested if not the Republic who was in custody it was not the Republic that killed this young man," government spokesman Oliviera pleaded this morning for another appeal in vain to calm the violence while Vihon describes some of the attacks on government institutions as organized almost coordinated in response On Thursday there was a massive deployment of police forces, some forty thousand across France, including 5,000 in Paris, but even before nightfall, a protest led by the mother of the Nile turned violent.
Emotions still run high, even when the police officer accused of shooting the team, if not the Republic, then what? Is it like he doesn't understand? Is it the State that executed a child? Oh no, I wasn't the State guy. Actually, it was according to Macron and Snapchat video games and ticking. Here are the riots in France. President Macron blames video games for the riots. Ask parents for help and say report, classic friend. In a way, it's quite funny if you were stretching your fingers to attack looting in 2023, they are a big loser. What is alittle strange and then, as I said, in a tragic way.
It's funny to see your neoliberals behaving exactly like our neoliberals, you know what I mean, in France we are stealing your racism, peasant, yes, no, I mean, okay, first of all, let's be real French, they practically invented the American racism, what are you doing? it means we're stealing your racism, you're just taking it back from us, we made it better and now you're just taking it back, okay Europeans are the OG races, they taught Americans how to do it. Americans were European and then we got better. and now you take it back anyway, but it's funny, I know, you're basically copying American institutional negligence.
He is under formal investigation for voluntary manslaughter. Thousands of people, according to local media, anger on the streets of France continues. palpable with a grieving family and a community searching for answers as the suburbs of Paris and much of the country prepare for another difficult night. Finance Minister Bell is waiting in Paris and I'm going to continue what you left there. Melissa Community looking Reply I hope they take to the streets once again. How are the authorities preparing for this? Well, there are 40,000 police officers and women who will be deployed not only here on the outskirts of greater Paris Esa and those neighborhoods.
Those communities so traditionally affected by these types of incidents and questions and tragedies, there is deployment across the country, but the fear is that, as we saw last night, anything that represents the state, whether it's schools, police stations. The town halls were the target, the expectation is that that will happen again tonight because of that deep-seated anger at the fact that here in France for many years Issa despite many of these tragedies over the years, accusations ofLa Police brutality and the fears of systemic racism that many believe fuel, enable, or have certainly sustained them are under-researched.
In fact, in this country it is very difficult to even find the words to do so, since state institutions cannot talk about issues. of phantom ethnicity in tradition, with respect to the institutions of the Republic, people must be considered equal, what that means is that any hint of differences that have to do with race, religion or ethnicity is drowned out and that is part of The frustration that you are seeing in those neighborhoods tonight, we saw it this afternoon, is likely to continue tonight because that anger is something that they feel a lot and that it is very difficult for them to be recognized by the authorities and that has been the case.
Traditionally, police have found it very difficult to address issues of racism within their ranks. We should continue to closely monitor what is happening on the streets of Paris. Thank you very much Melissa Bell. Well, human rights groups in France have been talking. fighting police violence and systemic racism within law enforcement for years. I want to talk more. Ski is an expert on police and security issues, as well as a political science researcher at the University. Okay, so a couple of things. The Aussie boys came back strong and they've got this. like a deck of Magic the Gathering cards and they're super excited, they're like, yeah, we're going to get that ring like we bought these decks of cards and we'd open them up and get that.
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