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France sees an average of 120 knife attacks per day

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Let’s not kid ourselves: Knife attacks = mainly, or probably, Islamists. It’s the result of banning weapons and opening doors to unchecked immigration from Africa.

New figures from the National Observatory of Delinquency and Criminal Responses (ONDRP) have revealed that on average, France sees as many as 120 knife attacks across the country every day. That’s what happens when you lose your Second Amendment rights: criminals find alternatives. You don’t.

As other forms of violent crimes surge around the country, ONDRP’s figures – sourced from a claim that between  2015 and 2017 there were about 44,000 victims of knife crime every year – come to an average of 120 per day, according to a report from the daily Le Figaro (1).

In France, an average of 118,000 people claimed to have been the victims of violent crime carried out by people they did not live with or know, with such as assaults occurring in public spaces like grocery stores, schools, and pubs, among other places.

Per the ONDRP’s figures, knives were the most common weapons to be reported in violent crimes, at 37 percent, followed by 34 percent who claimed they were attacked with stones or other kinds of blunt objects. Nine percent of respondents said they were attacked by firearms.

The dramatic uptick in violent crime is hardly limited to knife attacks. In fact, in the past 10 years, France has seen an explosion of homicides and homicide attempts. Since 2009, the number of murders and attempted murders has jumped from 1,767 to 3,168 in 2018 (2).

French authorities have attributed this phenomenon to what they’ve called a radicalization of behavior” that only seems to have seeped into the public’s consciousness in recent years.  And when they say “radicalization”, we can guess who they are talking about.

  1. Le Figaro
  2. Le Figaro

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