A group of male teens who preferred to stare rather than strip at a French nudist beach sparked a huge brawl, it has been reported.
About 10 youths are said to have entered the nude zone clothed at the beach at La Teste-de-Buch, in Arcachon, near Bordeaux.
But the scene soon turned ugly when the teens reportedly began staring and behaving ‘provocatively’ around some of the naked women.
The men had been ‘staring’ at the women in breach of French nude beach etiquette, The Local reported.
Other bathers confronted the teens, telling them to either ‘get nude or get lost’, the website reported.
The brawl is then said to have begun.
And it was quite a sight – with naked and clothed people flinging sand in each other’s eyes, screaming abuse and hurling punches.
A unit of the riot control CRS police attended the scene, the website said.
Two people involved had been caught by police after attempting to flee. They were released later.
Notice the media is telling us nothing about these ‘male teens’ or ‘youths’, and no mugshots, no interviews with the nudists, nothing. Notice how, while referred to as ‘youths’ and ‘male teens’ in one part of the story, in another they’re referred to as ‘men’ – which is it?
Notice how said ‘youths’ acted in a way that violates French social norms in this regard; and they specifically targeted the women with ‘provocative’ behaviour – remind anyone of what happened in Cologne?
How much do you want to bet these ‘youths’ are not white French folks, but ‘diverse’, ‘vibrant’ rapefugees?
Just a hunch, from all the things I noticed, reading between the lines…
Not that I feel that sorry for the nudists; as one commenter at the Daily Mail story said, if you don’t like being leered at, put some clothes on. (Of course, feminists would call that ‘victim-blaming’, and freak out at such suggestions, but I couldn’t care less what they think.)
Still, they are Westerners, rather than strangers, and if I’m right in my hunch, this wouldn’t have happened had the powers that be in Europe not been engaged in population replacement, from the 1960s onwards, but especially over the last year or two… Let me put it this way: does anyone seriously think these ‘male teen youths’ are really French?
Funny, too, how this happens at the same time as the public debate in France over the ‘burkini’…