France is currently facing continuous riots by migrant youth, which have been ongoing for five days. The police union has described the situation as tantamount to civil war. Surprisingly, the mainstream media in North America has largely ignored these riots.
The question arises: who are the rioters, and why are they engaging in such violent acts? Are they young men expressing their discontent over a police shooting? Or are they criminal gangs taking advantage of the chaos to commit theft and vandalism? Some reports suggest that there may be an anti-France, anti-western motivation behind the riots. There are even speculations of potential terrorism involvement.
These riots are not like the usual protests that occur in France, where people demand more government assistance. This time, the rioters are resorting to firearms, hijacking vehicles, looting stores, and setting others on fire. The police have suffered numerous injuries, and hundreds of rioters have been arrested.
The media’s silence on this issue raises suspicion. It is concerning when major political events like these are concealed by the mainstream media. What narrative are they trying to suppress? To get to the truth, there is a need to investigate firsthand.
To address this situation, Ezra Levant, the author of the article, is traveling to Marseille. Marseille is one of France’s largest cities and has experienced some of the most severe rioting. The city has been dealing with gang issues and terrorism threats for a long time. Levant aims to understand what is truly happening in Marseille.
Levant, along with Efron Monsanto, the head of video production, will spend the day talking to victims of the recent riots, including shopkeepers who suffered losses. They will also observe if the rioters resume their activities once the sun sets, ensuring their safety throughout the process.
The author emphasizes that their approach to reporting is economical and efficient, as both Levant and Monsanto are sharing a hotel room. They believe that this story is crucial and aims to provide unbiased coverage by following the facts wherever they lead.
For those interested in staying updated on the situation, they can visit FranceOnFire.com, where all reports will be published. In order to support their fact-finding mission and offset the travel costs, readers are encouraged to contribute financially. Levant estimates that the plane tickets and hotel expenses for two nights will amount to approximately $2,800.
Levant promises to provide another report after landing, ensuring that the readers have a comprehensive understanding of the situation in France. By supporting their citizen journalism, people can help shed light on important stories that the mainstream media may overlook.