In Paris, nothing says ‘Happy New Year’ like the annual Muslim tradition of torching cars in the streets


Well, Grouchy, you’ll be happy to hear that car torchings in Paris on New Year’s Eve totaled “only” 804 which is 14.5% percent less than last year (940) and more than 20% fewer than in 2014 (1,067) and 2013 (1,193), no doubt, due to the tens of thousands of French security personnel who were in the streets to prevent another Islamic terrorist attack.

As always,  cars were set alight in the Muslim-dominant immigrant suburbs. But because the president of France has imposed a virtual media blackout on these stories, there is no real reporting or videos verifying the stories.

These are are the photos the media should be publishing, as they did in years past:








This video is from 2013, when 1,193 cars were torched on New Years Eve, just a fraction of the number of cars (40,000) in Paris that are torched annually, mainly by Muslim youth.

In Brussels, Muslim teenagers celebrated New Year’s Eve by throwing a car down a flight of stairs onto the underground station platform. Fortunately, no one was killed or injured.

h/t Susan K