In Paris, nothing says ‘Happy New Year’ like the annual tradition of young Muslim migrants torching hundreds and even thousands of cars in the streets during New Year’s Eve celebrations. But in the past few years there has been a government-imposed media blackout on the story, so as not to cause a backlash against Muslims and criticism from leaders like Donald Trump.
Paul Joseph Watson There is one story on Twitter about 99 vehicles that were set on fire in the migrant-heavy Paris suburb of Saint Denis last night while clashes with police were also reported. But if this year is like all the years since at least 2001, where’s there’s smoke, there’s fire, and you can be sure the count of 99 is perhaps just 10% of the actual total.
The Intelligence Fusion Twitter account posted a map which stated that, “In addition to 99 cars being set on fire, nine bonfires were also identified.”
Located just 6 miles from the Eiffel Tower, Saint Denis is home to no less than 400,000 illegal immigrants. Out of the suburb’s 1.5 million population, 600,000 are Muslims from North Africa or sub-Saharan Africa and there are at least 160 mosques.
Saint Denis is a perfect illustration of how mass migration and integration has completely failed. According to journalist Andrew Malone, “the area is already lost to France,” with open drug dealing, Sharia courts, women wearing the full burka despite it being banned and police afraid to patrol the streets.
Migrant areas of Paris have routinely suffered riots and mass torching of vehicles over the last 15 years, most notably in 2005 when youths of mainly African and North African heritage burned a total of 8,000 vehicles over a period of 3 weeks.
Areas of Paris, including Seine-Saint-Denis, and Lyon were also hit by unrest on Halloween night last year following a message on social media calling for a “purge” against police.
200 riot police were needed to quell chaos in an immigrant suburb of Nantes, France as youths set cars on fire and torched a shopping center back in July following the police shooting of a Muslim man.
In a recently published interview, France’s former Interior Minister Gérard Collomb warned that the country’s security situation is dire thanks to mass immigration.
However, none of this has stopped French President Macron from signaling that he will continue an open borders policy. During a television appearance in April, Macron said that mass migration was Europe’s “destiny” and that Africans will continue to flood into the continent “for many years to come.”
A recent Ifop poll found that 79% of the country’s citizens believe France does not need any more immigrants.
Lately, the only evidence we see about the car torchings comes from citizens with cell phones.
There has been little media coverage, if any, since 2015:
Car torchings aside, migrant areas of France are dirty and dangerous, the result of the African and Middle East Muslim invasion.