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Last Sunday, the inviting weather of the Portuguese shores wasn’t the only thing that warmed up. As temperatures soared in early May, so did animosity between tribes of African descent in the Portuguese beach of Tamariz, near Cascais, Lisbon area.

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Social media videos have been emerging like wildfire after confrontations between hundreds of rampaging Africans led to a stabbing of a young man in the beach of Tamariz, on the very upmarket area of Cascais.


The sub-Saharan alien was stabbed in the belly and then transported to the European hospital in a European ambulance. A second brawling savage also had to be hospitalized but without injuries. Surprise! Surprise! There is no record of arrests.


According to sources, the confrontations are due to ‘misunderstandings’ between rival ‘groups’ of ‘residents of Quinta do Mocho and Amadora’, which are Africanized areas of the Lisbon suburban areas.

It’s not the first time such conflicts, stabbings and public robberies between dozens or hundreds of Africans happen in these beach areas of the Cascais rail line, once known for being a very posh, sophisticated and tourist friendly area. Such confrontations between different African groups have also occurred there and indeed throughout migrant-torn Europe.


The most infamous of this African cocktail of violence, thievery, and disorder dates back to 2005, when a group of 30 to 50 Africans, in an organized way, started assaulting and attacking the beach swimmers of Carcavelos.



These sorts of attacks have a history dating back for almost 15 years, becoming more and more common in the areas where there is a black majority in the country. Wherever Portugal opened up its borders to people from its former African colonies there is endemic crime where the rule of law is never applied. This January, violent African rioters destroyed property in the worth of thousands of euros. Portugal is heavily reliable on its tourism industry, and while its beaches start to resemble more and more like the ones in Brazil, there might problems ahead if the country does not resolve this low-security situation.


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