Allahu akbar! Paris is burning:

South Korea warns against visiting Paris Muslim no-go zone after tourist coach looted

A 16-year-old girl, her boyfriend and another man have been charged with terrorism offences over what police suspect was a plot to attack the Eiffel Tower.

The girl, named only as Sara, and her 20-year-old boyfriend, Thomas Sauret, both converts to Islam, were charged with making and possessing explosives found at the couple’s home.

Smoke from burning French hatchbacks is a major cause of climate change
Smoke from burning French hatchbacks is a major cause of climate change
PARIS, CITY OF IGNITE

Tim Blair, The Daily Telegraph

A few years ago, fearing I might run out of time before the place turned to hell, I went to Paris.

It was a wise decision, one of my few. The place was even more beautiful than expected. Besides the obvious attractions, there were delights on every street – including a portly fellow who startled me by waving live lobsters in my face. Turned out this was his way of luring customers to his excellent restaurant.

The people were absolutely charming, including some who provided solid evidence of that famous French rudeness. At another restaurant, I had this discussion with a waiter after my high school French failed to identify a menu item:

Tim (pointing): “Sir, what is this?”

Monsieur Surly: “It is good.”

And it was good, God bless him. I was halfway through my layered veal and potato arrangement when M. Surly reappeared near my outdoor table, looking for somewhere to smoke. Without asking, he sat down at my table, lit up a Marlboro and began complaining in delightfully vicious terms about his other customers, some of whom were easily within earshot and visibly offended.

I finally left Paris via Gare du Nord station, which is close to the latest city-wrecking riots:

Officers were forced to unleash tear-gas on angry crowds as buildings and rubbish bins were set on fire around the Barbes Metro station, which is just around the corner from the Eurostar hub at Gare du Nord. 

As fire crews went in to extinguish the blazes, lines of riot police were attacked, and shops were looted. 

A policeman at the scene said: “Windows have been smashed and officers attacked. 

“Small groups of protestors wearing hoods to hide their identities are causing trouble and then running away …”

Tensions have been high in council estates in the Paris suburbs since February 2, when a man identified only as Theo was beaten up and allegedly raped.

familiar cry was heard during earlier riots sparked by the same allegation. Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry believes all of this could work to a certain politician’s advantage:

Forgive me if I’m hesitant to proclaim it impossible that Marine Le Pen, the leader of France’s right-wing populist National Front, could win the French presidential election this spring. Right now, the smart money is still bet against her. But lately, everything has been turning up Marine …

Young people, many of them immigrants and minorities, are rioting against police brutality, burning cars, and attacking authorities in the country’s housing projects, which, as The Guardian explains, “are home to many immigrants and where the poverty and unemployment rates match the high levels of hopelessness and frustration.” Nearly 250 arrests have been made.

This is a political godsend for Le Pen, who campaigns on an anti-immigrant, tough-on-crime platform.

Such a platform only works if there is a need for it. And there is:

A 16-year-old girl, her boyfriend and another man have been charged with terrorism offences over what police suspect was a plot to attack the Eiffel Tower.

The girl, named only as Sara, and her 20-year-old boyfriend, Thomas Sauret, both converts to Islam, were charged with making and possessing explosives found at the couple’s home.

If you’ve never been to Paris, well, you’ve missed out on quite a town.

In related news:

Paris is burning:

Beware of the Paris Muslim enclave Seine-St-Denis, according to the South Korean embassy. The warning came after “thugs terrorized a coach” there.

A group of around forty South Korean tourists were ‘slapped’, threatened, and robbed by five men who climbed aboard their coach as it was stuck in traffic near Bobigny, where anti-police riots were taking place.

Saint-Denis is a subprefecture of the department of Seine-Saint-Denis; according to Andrew McCarthy, who wrote about France’s no-go zones in National Review, jihadists have been drawn to Saint-Denis, “a notorious Islamic enclave…because they know they have the support — or at least the indulgence — of a large, studiously assimilation-resistant Muslim population.”

Tragically:

President of the Chinese Association of Travel Agencies in France, Jean-François Zhou, warned that “increasingly violent” thefts and assaults are turning France into “one of the worst destinations for foreign tourists”.

Yet still, the stubborn, mystifying blind spot exists among leftists who keep on lumping all refugees in the same bracket, calling it “racist” to be diligent in screening Muslim refugees.

On Tuesday in Calais, the ferry port of Northern France:

Riot police fired tear gas to end repeated clashes on Tuesday among hundreds of migrants in Calais who launched their second attempt in two days to storm lorries bound for Britain.

“Korea Warns Against Visiting Paris Migrant Suburbs After Men Loot, Try to Set Fire to Coach of Tourists,” by Virginia Hale, Breitbart, February 14, 2017:

The Korean embassy has warned against visiting the migrant-dominated Paris region of Seine-Saint-Denis after thugs terrorised a coach of tourists.

A group of around forty South Korean tourists were ‘slapped’, threatened, and robbed by five men who climbed aboard their coach as it was stuck in traffic near Bobigny, where anti-police riots were taking place.

The intruders first “slapped” some of the passengers, then proceeded to loot the vehicle, stealing “all valuables: blue cards, cash and even Eurostar train tickets” before finally attempting to set fire to the coach as they left the vehicle, Le Parisienreported on Tuesday.

According to the Korean embassy in Paris, the perpetrators shouted as they boarded the coach, and then threatened tourists with what is believed to have been a glass bottle, which they also used to “tap” the heads of passengers sitting towards the front of the vehicle.

The incident took place as the group of holidaymakers travelled from the Eiffel Tower to their hotel in Seine-Saint-Denis. Describing them as “panicked” when they finally arrived at the hotel, its manager said the tourist group refused to leave the hotel to report their ordeal to the police.

“What has happened is extremely regrettable, but thankfully it remains marginal,” the hotelier told Le Parisien, which reported that since then the Korean embassy has advised Korean citizens not to visit Seine-Saint-Denis.

On Saturday evening as the attack on the coach took place, a large gathering of around 2,000 anti-police protesters near the hotel had turned violent after just an hour with “violent incidents, broken windows, tear gas and burnt vehicles”, according to local media.

Seine-Saint-Denis, a department in which already by 2005 almost 60 per cent of under 18s were of foreign origin, has been badly affected by ongoing violence as anti-police protesters riot over the assault of a black youth worker who alleges that he was anally raped with a truncheon while being arrested…

President of the Chinese Association of Travel Agencies in France, Jean-François Zhou, warned that “increasingly violent” thefts and assaults are turning France into “one of the worst destinations for foreign tourists”.

One thought on “Allahu akbar! Paris is burning:”

  1. Stayed in Paris in ’88. Walked everywhere, enjoyed friendliness and complete freedom of feeling safe.
    Beautiful city at that time. Now, wouldn’t go if all expenses paid.
    Paris, sadly, is spoiled. Its joie de vivre is finished.

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