The head of French police recently warned that the country is on the verge of a “civil war” that could be triggered by another mass sexual assault of women by migrants like the one that occurred in Cologne on New Year’s Eve.
Patrick Calvar, who is the head of the Directorate General of Internal Security (DGSI), told members of a French parliamentary commission, ” “We are on the brink of civil war.”
Calvar said that the situation in France is so potentially explosive that one more major Islamist terror attack or mass migrant sexual assault could lead to a massive right-wing backlash.
“This confrontation I think it will take place. Even one or two attacks and it will happen. It therefore behooves us to anticipate and block all these groups,” said Calvar.
Hundreds of German women were sexually abused during a series of attacks in Cologne on December 31st, a situation that eyewitnesses described as being akin to a war zone.
Most of the culprits, who were largely comprised of Arab and North African asylum seekers and immigrants, were never charged for the outrage. Two men who were part of the mass frenzy of sexual assaults recently received suspended sentences. Pictures show them cheering and celebrating outside court.
Other mass sexual assaults committed by migrants have also taken place throughout Europe over the past year.
Calvar’s warning has been echoed by numerous other prominent police, army and security experts throughout Europe.
Back in May, Former MI6 head Richard Dearlove cautioned that Europe faces a “populist uprising” if its governments fail to take control of the migrant crisis.
Top security experts in Germany told Chancellor Angela Merkel last October that the middle class was becoming “radicalized” as a result of her open borders migrant policy and that domestic disorder could ensue as a result.
French security forces are also preparing for mass civil unrest and radicalized immigrants taking over entire neighborhoods, according to intelligence sources.
Last year, Swiss army chief André Blattmann warned that the risk of social unrest in Europe was intensifying and that citizens should arm themselves.
Danish Professor Helmuth Nyborg also commented in April that “civil war” was the most likely outcome of current EU immigration policies.
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