France: Another 'Hate Crime' Hoax
Report; Posted on: 2004-07-13 15:28:00

Police arrest woman who admits lying about supposed racial assault

French police have announced the detention of an unnamed woman who alleged that she was the victim of a horrific anti-Jewish assault on a Paris train. "The 23-year-old woman said six men cut her clothes and drew swastikas on her body, accusing her of being Jewish." The notional thugs also threatened her infant.

The BBC said the lurid attack had "stunned France" and led to the usual outpouring of self-righteous fury and pro-Zionist hysteria. President Jacques Chirac expressed “horror” and condemned the incident, while Interior Minister Dominique de Villepin vowed to apprehend the assailants and stated that the attack was “more serious because it was marked by racism and anti-Semitism”, unlike the numerous non-White crimes French immigration policy has unleashed on Whites.

The incident occurred in a climate of paranoia, reflected in
President Chirac's wild pledge to smash politically-incorrect expressions
, with world Zionism especially targeting France for negative attention.

Such hoaxes occur frequently, especially when pro-White organizations make inroads, as happened recently in the French elections, with the pro-White Front National taking numerous votes off the conservative President Chirac.

Source: Correspondents • Printed from National Vanguard
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