Tratamos de ello aquí: Graves disturbios en las antillas francesas, incluido un muerto.
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Tiberge, de GalliaWatch ha publicado un artículo que resalta el aspecto de odio racial de los negros contra los blancos (Guadeloupe). Los insultos y las agresiones contra los blancos están empezando a preocupar en una isla que es territorio francés y que lleva cerca de un mes de disturbios:
Weary of a strike that, among other things, has kept the schools closed for a month; confronted, often for the first time in their lives by racist insults, white European Frenchmen who have settled on the island admit they are considering leaving.
«In the year ahead, we will witness a major wave of departures of whites from Guadeloupe to metropolitan France. People have had enough,» insists Bertrand Vallet. «The slogan of the LKP (that has organized the strike for a month) – ‘Guadeloupe is ours, not theirs’ – is aimed at whites and it is a racist slogan,» this shop owner from Sainte-Anne goes on, admitting that he was beaten up by union members because he refused to close his photography shop. Having filed a complaint, he has decided to return to France.
Los disturbios están encabezados por un agitador sindical negro:
In case you have NOT been following this story, there has been a month-long uprising in Guadeloupe, organized by labor leader Elie Domota, who claims, in an interview published at Le Figaro, that his association, the LKP, has received nothing from the French State, that none of their 131 demands have been met, and accuses the State of dragging its feet, something Domota says would have been unimaginable in metropolitan France. He claims that the blacks on the island live as they did during slavery and asserts that the main culture is not even theirs, it belongs to the whites, accusing France of not doing anything to develop the Guadeloupean economy and of discriminating against those who are not French.
Guadalupe no es solo territorio francés, sino comunitario. La moneda oficial allí es el euro. De hecho la isla aparece en el «mapa de Europa» del reverso de los billetes.