According to a report by the "Daily Express", a report by "The Daily Mail", a report by "The Mirror", a report by "The Sun", and a report by Fox News, a policewoman and her supervisor went to a house in Champigny-sur-Marne (which is southeast of Paris) to investigate a disturbance on January 1. Upon arriving at the house, the 2 police officers were savagely beaten by a horde of Africans and Middle Easterners. After the policewoman collapsed to the ground, the thugs tried to repeatedly kick her head. In the above photo, the officer is sobbing loudly and is desperately trying to protect her head from the relentless blows.
BFM TV in France has posted a video clip on YouTube.
The French now understand the savagery that Americans of Asian or European ancestry have endured at the hands of Africans and Hispanics in the United States. The latter 2 groups commit approximately 63% of all murders. 
The primary cause of this savagery is not poverty. Consider the data that the World Bank provides about gross domestic product (GDP) and intentional homicide. According to the data for 2011, Mexico has a GDP per capita of $15,923 (at purchasing-power parity), and Vietnam has a GDP per capita of $4,716. Yet, the Mexicans commit murder at the rate of 22.6 per 100,000 people, and the Vietnamese commit murder at the rate of 1.5 per 100,000 people. In other words, a typical Mexican has 3.4 times the wealth of a typical Vietnamese but has 15 times his likelihood of committing murder.
The primary cause of African, Hispanic, and Middle-Eastern savagery is culture and genetics.
1. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) provides statistics about the number of arrests for murder. The percentages of arrests (for murder) for various ethnicities or races approximately equals the percentages of murders committed by the corresponding ethnicities or races. So, Africans commit about 52% of all murders in the United States, and Hispanics commit about 22%. Both percentages include thugs who consider themselves to be simultaneously African and Hispanic. An in-depth analysis of such statistics is provided by theclearsky.blogspot.com .