Molenbeek: Daily Mail’s Anti-White Lies About a Far-Righter Running Over a Moslem Female

The New Observer
April 4, 2016

The UK’s Daily Mail’s ongoing anti-white lie frenzy was illustrated once again with their headline claim that “right wing fanatics,” deliberately ran down a Muslim woman in Molenbeek this weekend—when in fact the culprits were nonwhite Muslims who were attacking the police.

The incident took place during a large police turnout in the Brussels suburb to prevent an already cancelled protest meeting against Islamists in Europe.



According to the Daily Mail’s hysterical coverage of the event, titled “Horrific moment Muslim woman is mown down by grinning far-right activist who then stops to take a PICTURE during anti-Islam rally in the troubled Brussels district of Molenbeek,” the woman was “thrown off the car’s bonnet and skidded along the road, while the driver continued moving forward and appeared to run over her legs.”

“The passenger even appears to lean out of the window to take a photo after breaking through the police barricade,” the Daily Mail informed its readers.


Not untypically for that newspaper—which, despite its sometimes populist take on events, always runs the most anti-white angles on its “news”—its coverage deliberately attempted to create the impression that the incident was committed by “white racists” who were there to cause trouble.

In addition, the Daily Mail report claimed that there was an “anti-Islam rally” and that “Tensions escalated in Brussels as police clashed with far-right protesters.”

The reality of the situation is, needless to say, completely different to the Daily Mail’s lies.

Firstly, there was no “anti-Islam rally,” and there were no “clashes with far-right protestors,” and, finally, the car in question, a white Audi, was driven by two nonwhites—as anyone seeing a video of the incident was immediately aware.

The car had deliberately driven through a police line after throwing an incendiary device and a smoke bomb at the police. They then raced off around the corner, where their vehicle struck the woman.

The vehicle was however quickly stopped by the massive police presence in the city, and the two passengers arrested.

They were named as Redouane and Mohamed B., and have been held in custody for malicious obstruction of traffic, armed rebellion, and felony flight, according to the Brussels public prosecutor.

They were also under the influence of drugs and alcohol at the time of the incident.

The lies of the Daily Mail notwithstanding, the events on Saturday afternoon also demonstrated the inherent anti-white nature of the political elite in Belgium.

After the Identitarian movement had earlier announced that they would be holding an “Islamists out” rally in Molenbeek, the far left mayor of the town took the unprecedented step of banning the event.


Police vehicles fill the streets to crack down on any whites who might dare defy the ban.

The authorities then deployed hundreds of police in the suburb—something they seem to be only capable of when whites want to protest—and immediately arrested a small group of seven whites they suspected of being “right wingers.”

Meanwhile, a far larger group of four hundred reds and nonwhites had gathered in the square, hoping for a fight—but they were of course left alone by the police.

According to the Belgian Het Laaste Nieuws newspaper, a group of about one hundred nonwhites stormed the police lines, and the police were then forced to use the water cannon they had brought to use against the “right wingers” on the “immigrants” instead.”

It was at this time that the white Audi raced through the police lines, nearly knocking down some of the police and thereafter hitting the Muslim woman.


One of the nonwhites taunts the police. The Daily Mail claimed that the red/nonwhite clash with the police was part of a “far right anti-Islam rally.” This is an outright lie.