A 40-year-old Rwandan migrant in France who is already under investigation for setting fire to the Nantes church last July murdered Roman Catholic priest Olivier Maire on Monday. Emmanuel Abayisenga was arrested after admitting to police that he killed the beloved priest.
Father Maire was murdered after Emmanual Macron, and his government refused to force the dangerous illegal criminal to leave France despite his asylum applications being rejected four times. Instead, his left-wing government is busy forcing citizens to prove they are carrying their vaccine passports and arresting peaceful protesters in the streets.
Abayisenga, who arrived in France in 2012, was a former child soldier and police officer in Rwanda. He surrendered to police after he reportedly “beat to death” the beloved Priest. French news site BFM TV, reports that,
the victim presented six lesions, all located on the head, caused by severe blows. (…) These significant brain lesions led to internal and external hemorrhages, the death being, according to the forensic pathologist’s conclusions, occurring quickly after the blows had been dealt.
Abayisenga was released from prison in May 2021 under judicial control while awaiting his trial for the Church arson. The dangerous migrant was taken in by Father Olivier Maire and lived at the Montfortains religious community in Saint-Laurent-sur-Sèvre, south of Nantes. The priest was the national leader in France of the Montfortian community, with congregations in around 30 countries worldwide.
Four rejected asylum applications – ordered to leave France
The murderer, who was born in Rwanda, was 13 years old during the Tutsi genocide. His father, a Hutu, was executed for participating in the genocide, and his uncle is serving a life sentence. Thus, his family was part of the tribe that incited and carried out a genocide.
Abayisenga was a judicial police officer in his youth and claims he deserted after three or four years. He left for France and reportedly lied to his family that he was going on a mission for his work as a police officer. Instead, he fled Rwanda.
When Abayisenga arrived in Nantes, he then claimed he had left the police ‘because he would refuse to participate in executions or dirty work against the Hutus.” His story, however, did not convince the Office for the Protection of Refugees and Stateless Persons, which is responsible for examining asylum requests. As a result, he was sent four notices to leave the country, but instead, he ignored them all.
Instead of leaving France peacefully, Rwanda Abayisenga set fire to the Nantes church on July 18, 2020. The French press reported that he lit the Church on fire because he was angry over the difficulties he was having with his expired visa.
Open border advocates and media promoting a mass immigration agenda lept to the migrant’s defense by validating the migrant’s frustrations. Even the authorities went to great lengths to caution the public against leaping to conclusions about the migrant’s involvement in the fire or if it was terrorist-related.
Was the Migrant a Spy for the Rawandan Government
Several French journalists investigated Abayisenga after he set fire to the Nantes Church fire. Many in the Rwandan diaspora in Nantes and the west reported being suspicious of the migrant’s real intentions of being in France. They felt Abayisenga might have been sent to France to spy on the Rwandan diaspora on behalf of the government of Paul Kagame.
Priest Killing Migrant Met the Pope
Abayisenga met with Pope Francis on November 11, 2016, in Rome during a gathering for the European Festival of Joy and Mercy in the Vatican. He traveled to Italy with a group from Nantes for the event, which was for “socially excluded people.” At the event, French Catholic newspaper La Croix captured a photograph of Abayisenga greeting Pope Francis.
Conservative Politicians React
Conservative politicians erupted in a fury after learning another senseless killing had taken place by a known migrant threat. Instead of Macron’s government deporting migrant criminals and closing the borders, he uses government security to harass and arrest citizens, not carrying their vaccine passports.
In Paris, Police began checking restaurant patrons for vaccine passports. First-time offenders will be charged 135 euros and up to 9,000 euros in the event of a repeat offense:
French citizens are given blue bracelets to wear as a show of proof they have been vaccinated:
The president of the National Rally Marine and French presidential candidate, Marine Le Pen, reacted immediately on Twitter to the death of the Priest. “In France, we can therefore be illegal, burn the cathedral of #Nantes, never be expelled, and repeat by murdering a priest,” she wrote, seeing “the complete bankruptcy of the State and Gerald Darmanin “:
En France, on peut donc être clandestin, incendier la cathédrale de #Nantes, ne jamais être expulsé, et récidiver en assassinant un prêtre.— Marine Le Pen (@MLP_officiel) August 9, 2021
Ce qui se passe dans notre pays est d’une gravité sans précédent : c’est la faillite complète de l’Etat et de @GDarmanin. MLP #Vendée https://t.co/RDYXzEKLKl
The Minister of the Interior replied on Twitter to Le Pen and had the audacity to claim that France could not deport the incendiary criminal migrant. “This foreigner was not deportable despite his deportation order as long as his judicial control was not lifted.” He accused Marine Le Pen of “arguing without knowing the facts.”
Quelle indignité ! Plutôt que de dire sa compassion aux catholiques qui ont accueilli ce meurtrier, madame le Pen polémique sans connaître les faits : cet étranger n’était pas expulsable malgré son arrêté d’expulsion tant que son contrôle judiciaire n’était pas levé. https://t.co/eZh3r4OdJr— Gérald DARMANIN (@GDarmanin) August 9, 2021
Many are questioning how a dangerous migrant criminal who set fire to a church could be free. Damien Abad denounces the French government’s “inappropriate” criminal response. However, the president of the LR deputies in the National Assembly demanded to know “Why was the [migrants] obligation to leave French territory not respected?”
2/2 Comment quelqu’un qui a incendié la cathédrale de Nantes pouvait-il être en liberté ?! Pourquoi l’obligation de quitter le territoire français n’a-t-elle pas été respectée ? La réponse pénale de notre pays est totalement inadaptée. #Nantes #Vendee— Damien Abad (@damienabad) August 9, 2021
Migrants Kill With Impunity in France
Islamic attacks across France are the norm in a country struggling with mass illegal migration. France is the main Islamic country in Europe, with 8.8% of its population now being Muslim. According to Gatestone, Islam is the second-largest religion in France but comes in first if one counts active practitioners.
June 30, 2020, a 36-year-old Haitian man with a knife was shot in the arm and chest by Ermont Eaubonne railway security after threatening the lives of young schoolchildren and travelers. The migrant, who has been in France since 2019, is “very unfavorably known” to police and has around fifteen previous convictions, mainly violent in nature.
On June 4, 2020, in the center of Nantes, France, a 27-year-old Islamic Algerian migrant armed with a screwdriver attacked six passers-by. A security guard, Salimou Guirassy, was able to overpower the migrant before the police arrested him. At least two people were seriously injured after being stabbed in the chest and the other in the throat.
In another attack in June 2020, an Islamic terrorist wielding a knife broke into a police station in La Chapelle-sur-Erdre, a suburb of the French city of Nantes, and stabbed policewoman Katell Lereec multiple times in her legs. After escaping the scene, the 39-year-old “radicalized” “Frenchman” was hunted down by police and shot dead in an exchange of gunfire. During the exchange of gunfire, the Muslim terrorist wounded one police officer in his hand and another in his arm.
In April 2021, a French policewoman was stabbed to death in the neck at a train station southwest of Paris by 36-year-old Djamel Gorchene, a Muslim migrant from Tunisia. Security forces shot the Muslim who shouted “Allah Akbar” while slaughtering the woman.
In September, a Pakistani man wounded two people with a meat cleaver outside the former offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, which had printed cartoons of Mohammed.
On October 16, 2020, a young Chechen refugee-beheaded French schoolteacher Samuel Paty was beheaded after showing students a cartoon by Hebdo during a class discussion about the Islamic attack.
And on October 29, 2020, three people were killed when a recently arrived Tunisian went on a stabbing spree in a church in Nice. One elderly victim was “virtually beheaded,” officials said.
In the most severe recent attack against French police, three officers and one police employee in Paris were stabbed to death in October 2019 by a Muslim IT specialist colleague who was then shot dead.
July 26, 2016, Rev. Jacques Hamel was slaughtered by two Muslim migrants as he said Mass in his church in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, outside Rouen. The terrorist shouting “Allahu Akbar” stormed his small church and forced the 85-year-old Father to his knees, slit his throat, and critically injured a nun, before police killed them.
These Islamic attacks came after the massacres carried out by Muslims from 2015 that began with the massacre of staff in the offices of the French Satirical magazine on January 7th that year.
In November 2015, 130 people were killed, and 350 were wounded when Muslim suicide bombers and shooters attacked the Stade de France stadium, bars, and restaurants in central Paris and the Bataclan concert hall.
The next year a man rammed a truck into a Bastille Day crowd in Nice in 2016, killing 86 people.
Just a few weeks before, in June 2016, two police officers were stabbed to death at their home outside Paris by a man claiming allegiance to the Islamic State group.
Instead of Macron and his government closing their borders, they continue to import dangerous migrants who murder innocent French citizens. Furthermore, instead of utilizing authorities to deport threats such as Rwandan migrant Emmanuel Abayisenga, they are busy using resources to impose mandatory experimental “vaccines” and passports on legal citizens.