Survey reveals how safe people in France feel

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According to a recent survey about the security situation in France, six out of ten people say they don’t feel safe in the country that has seen a massive way of Muslim immigration over the past several years.

Breitbart reported that the IFOP-FIDUCIAL poll reflected that a whopping 93 percent of French people believe the possibility of more terror attacks is high, and 71 percent believe the terror threat has gotten worse over the last five years.

The survey reported that 59 percent of people in France no longer feel safe anywhere, 69 percent feel the police are understaffed, and 88 percent believe foreigners who are sentenced to prison for serious crimes should be deported.

At least 55 percent want France to get out of the European Union’s open borders deal.

In a confirmation of the survey, Friday we reported of a Muslim man who brutally murdered his own father and brother in Paris, by slitting their throats.

Saturday a “radicalized Muslim” in Paris grabbed a soldier’s gun at the airport and was shot and killed by security, resulting in the entire airport being evacuated.

A chilling news report released in December documented how the massive Islamic immigration has created “no go zones” where women are no longer even allowed in France. 

 

Another documentary in January 2016 reveals the Islamization of Paris, where Muslims are illegally blocking in the streets with their public prayers, while the police do nothing.

 

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