Bastille Day Car-B-Q’s

130 cars torched in Paris alone.

Here’s something that always catches my eye; “In Neuilly-Plaisance, a police car was also burnt. The city police headquarters was besieged by a hundred individuals. The police union Alliance declared: “Unfortunately it is not unusual in this department.”

Imagine a police station being laid siege to in Canada. Doesn’t happen, well not yet, but if it did it would be front page news.

In France as the police themselves admit, it’s “not unusual” and barely merits a sentence.

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  • Dana Garcia

    A blogger toted up cars torched by allah-bots and came up with more than 40,000 as of 2009.

    It must cost a bloody fortune to insure a car in France, if you even can.

  • tom_billesley

    Put a koran in every police car.

  • Millie_Woods

    Soon the French will look back fondly on the days when it was just Germans overrunning the country. They would only stay a few years.

  • marty_p

    Now if we could only get the Toronto Mo’s to torch the un-renovated part of Regent Park … will save the demolition costs.

  • AlanHHowell

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  • John

    France is basically at war with its Muslims.
    What else, eh?

    • Exile1981

      they just don’t want to admit it.

  • Clear Thinker

    Bring out the old Maxim guns from ww1 and let them rip. This will stop your torching.

  • Blacksmith

    It seems that the French police could use some guns and ammo.

    • Exile1981

      and some testicles.

      • Blacksmith

        HA I believe you may have hit on the problem right there.

  • DVult

    Just shoot the people besieging the police headquarters.

  • simus1

    2015 Bastille Day parade main coverage – looks like it has been fobbed off on AFP TV this year so there is zero of the usual incessant commentary which is good.
    Not so entertaining or good is the fact that all bands except one have been replaced by a synched sound system for people who apparently find marching with multiple bands a big challenge.

    The Mexicans were the honoured guests this year. The very charming Mexican first lady and the male marchers certainly appeared to have a mutual interest in the precedings. Mexico and the Legion have quite a “historical relationship” and the Legion Band did not disappoint when it passed by the grandees.