Thursday, November 17, 2005


On the 27th October a riot in the suburbs of Paris broke out. In the riot participated mainly young people btween the ages of 17 and 25 who came from
Frances's ex-colonies.The French government tried to deal with the riot with
arrests and other security measures,which may limit the riots now, but definitely won't solve the problems of the immigrants. The measures that would have an effect on the poor conditions in which these people live includea reduction in unemployment and poverty. Only then will the real problem be solved and other such outbreaks avoided.



Blogger teacher dude said...

"Rioting is the extreme sport of the oppressed."

2:09 AM  
Blogger proficiency 1c Vafopoulou school of languages said...

I think that the riots in France were a good way(maybe the only) to show the way that emigrants are oppresed by the french goverment. Maybe some people comment this riot as an extreme thing to do but i think that extreme situations need extreme solutions.The horrible way that these people live their daily lives is not sth that was known to the world before the riots.Now everyone in the world know that emigrants in France (and later in the whole world!) will not continue to live under hunger and racism created by their own goverment.

8:07 AM  
Blogger proficiency 1c Vafopoulou school of languages said...

In this address there is an interesting article about the riots in France...

I also found this view at one blog……:

If you have not yet read Theodore Dalrymple's Our Culture, What's Left of It: The Mandarins and the Masses, do so soon. There is a chapter in the book titled "Barbarians at the Gate" which chronicles (and predicted as it turns out) the lawlessness we see in France today.

If you have time you could read that book!!!!

Also you could "go" to and find many views and different aspects about riots in France...

Thats... all...
From Maria

2:31 PM  

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