Parisians fearing Muslim terror attacks plan New Year parties outside capital

New Year’s Eve crowds on the Champs-Elysées may be thinner than usual this year as many Parisians fearing terror attacks are planning celebrations outside the capital.

Caterers say party orders have fallen drastically compared to last year, Europe 1 radio reported.

Francis Cousin, a caterer who had more than 400 orders in Paris last year, says he has none in the city this year. “We’ve had a lot of New Year’s Eve cancellations,” he said. “It’s been catastrophic. Everyone wanted to cancel everything. People are reluctant to organise events involving a lot of people.”

  • Millie_Woods

    The terrorists have won.

    But it’s the French, so it comes as no surprise.

    • Alain

      True but the terrorists have won everywhere throughout the West in that it is now the traditional and law-abiding citizens who have to suffer everything from full body searches to all kinds of overboard security checks. They are also the ones in danger while the Muslim invaders are free to do pretty much as they wish. Normal life becomes impossible due to treasonous governments allowing this mass invasion of the worst kind of people.

      • Millie_Woods

        Agree with you 100%. The French are just 10 years ahead of us. My comment was just a snarky attempt at being funny.

        • Physics grad

          10 years? not with that treasonous scumbag Turdeau running things now…

      • canminuteman

        Yes, but its a small price to pay for the benefits of multiculturalism! Isn’t it..?

      • Will Quest

        Sounds like institutionalized dhimmitude, the kafir is meant to feel subservient & inferior ……..

  • Dana Garcia

    Behold the New Normal resulting from Muslim immigration.

  • Shebel

    I thought that Muslims were Peaceful.

    • Physics grad

      that is how the big lie goes

  • Physics grad

    Parisians should consider forming death squads to deal with their infestation problem..

  • John

    Tourism in Paris has undergone a steep decline since Nov. 13. For years the city has been the world’s most popular tourist destination, but that crown may have now been lost. Paris is slowly dying as its demographic makeup changes.

    France’s elites were warned this could become the case, but those doing the warning were ignored and portrayed as bigots.