Migrants Commit 69% Of Violent Crimes In France

A recent report from the statistics bureau serving the French Ministry of Interior has shed light on a concerning trend of violent crimes in France, particularly the city of Paris.

According to the report, 69% of violent crimes, including incidents like robberies and physical attacks that took place on public transport in the greater Paris region of Île-de-France in 2022 were attributed to foreign migrants.

The data, provided by the Internal Security Ministerial statistical Office (SSMSI), the statistics bureau of the French Ministry of Interior, underscores the issue’s seriousness.

Digging deeper into the data reveals that individuals of African descent accounted for 52% of these crimes, despite making up only 3.2% of France’s total population. These statistics highlight a clear overrepresentation. Expanding our perspective to encompass all of France, the data continues to emphasize the same trend.

African migrants were found responsible for 42% of these types of crimes, a figure notably higher than their share in the French population. Interestingly, the situation regarding crimes specific to public transport hasn’t seen significant changes over the years.

When you do the math, the overrepresentation becomes even more apparent. African migrants, who constitute a small portion of the population at 3.2%, commit 52% of violent crimes. This means they are statistically overrepresented in this category by a factor of 16.

The impact of this rising crime rate is palpable among residents, including French expatriates, with some expressing reluctance to return to France due to concerns about crime — both violent and property-related.

The broader issue of immigration in France remains a topic of extensive debate, however, public opinion surveys consistently reveal unease about the influx of migrants, especially from the Middle East and North Africa.

According to criminologist Alain Bauer, homicide and attempted homicides in France have witnessed a significant surge in recent decades, experiencing a 90% increase from 2000 to 2020.

One of the worst murders occured in October of 2022, when 12-year-old Lola Daviet was tragically found dead in Paris, seemingly strangled.

Homeless migrant Dahbia B., a 24-year-old Algerian woman with a prior deportation order was arrested in connection with the crime Reports indicated that in 2020, 93% of deportation orders went unexecuted, and this number increased to 94% in the following year.

Yet, these alarming statistics provide valuable insights into crime demographics, which makes it clear that France’s current immigration policies and leadership are sorely lacking.

In simple terms, if France wants to see a drop in crime rates, it’s crucial they elect leaders who prioritize sensible immigration policies over the extremely progressive open-border, sanctuary city approach it’s currently adopting.