Paris Police Chief Bans Generation Identitaire Rally

A demonstration by Generation Identitaire (extreme right) had been declared for Saturday near the police headquarters.

The police chief of Paris took Friday a prohibition order, a rare measure, against a demonstration of Generation Identity and against “any gathering in reaction to this demonstration,” said Friday the police headquarters. A demonstration of the Generation Identity Association (far right) had been declared for Saturday at the police headquarters. Several movements “have indicated their willingness to organize counter-rallies”, according to the prefecture.

Gathering of violent groups.

Police chief Michel Delpuech has decided to ban the demonstration and rallies “to avoid violent clashes and disturbances to public order that may result.” In its decree, the prefect of police justifies this prohibition by the fact that the event “is likely to gather violent groups belonging to the movement of the ultra-right from both the Paris region and the province, as well as Germany, Austria, Italy and the United Kingdom “.

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  • Editor

    Let’s see if he moves as swiftly and decisively against street prayers.

    • Watchman

      Of course not: he values his family’s and his own safety and health. In addition he is trying to postpone the day that running street battles between muslim militias and the police become a hourly feature of Paris. That day will come whatever he does, and can only be solved by drastic population displacement beyond his power to achieve.

  • Dana Garcia

    The government has welcomed the enemy and then tells patriots to shut up and accept it.

    • Liberal Progressive

      But citizens marching might offend the undocumented people of the area.

      • Dana Garcia

        I try to offend muslim diversity and the “undocumented” (properly called Illegal Aliens) as often as possible.

  • Liberal Progressive

    Citizens have no right to publicly march. They aren’t a special interest group.

    • Watchman

      Maybe the Generation Identitaire should just close off streets and ‘pray’ in the streets with their leader just adding a ‘Dear God’ at the beginning and ‘Amen’ at the end of his speech asking for his enemies to be struck down from the heavens. Seems to work for the muslims in Paris already – why not take advantage of established precedent?

  • Malcolm Y

    Do it anyway. Defy the stinking police chief.

    • Uncommunist

      The police are political entities who gleefully do the bidding for pc gangs.

    • Bla Bla

      Damn right. It’s time the people of France take their nation back from the marxist/globalists and maybe bring back Mme Guillotine as well for the traitors who brought this to them.

  • Uncommunist
    • Bla Bla

      That’s why it’s time for some push back. Politicians need to be reminded they work at behest of the people, not the billionaire toadies.

      • WalterBannon

        Politicians need to be reminded of what it feels like to be hanged from lamp posts…

  • Bla Bla

    Ultra right my ass. No one (especially the tax payer) want to be shackled with heavy taxes to pay off the freeloading self propelled liberal voters. Eventually, something will give – it’s only time.
    Oh ya – token music video!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sO_QntXc-c4

  • canminuteman

    I’m confused. Are the “ultra right”, or the “extreme right” the really bad guys?

    • Watchman

      Progressives call everything to the right of Karl Marx ‘extreme right’. After all, the leader of the National Socialist German Workers’ Party is still consistently viewed as the archetype of the ‘Extreme Right’. Agreed, he wasn’t a good guy, anyway, but the labelling is the issue here.

    • RottyLover

      No.

    • WalterBannon

      the people are the enemies of the govt, far right is just the label the govt put on their enemies

  • WalterBannon

    vichy govt bans freedom of association and freedom of speech.

    frau merkel orders all frenchies to return to their homes