Wednesday, April 05, 2006
Protest of Turkish Skinheads in Lyon / France
The préfecture of the Rhône département authorized a demonstration of Turkish skinheads, that came from Germany by bus, to protest against a project of a memorial of the Armenian genocide.
The protest of the Turkish extremist group, called the ‘Gray Wolves’, started at place Bellecour, in front of the equestrian statue of king Louis XIV. They benefited of the protection of the CRS, and therefore of the French state. On the signs, the Turkish negationnists claimed “There never was an Armenian genocide!”
And meanwhile, the charity groups that distribute food to homeless people are persecuted because they “disturb public order”, and because they give them “racist” pork soup …