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Last updated on August 9th, 2017 at 06:22 am
Torching cars is so 2005. Your fashionable French “youth” are now torching buses:
Vandals set three buses ablaze near French cities overnight, police said on Thursday, on the eve of the anniversary of riots that rocked France’s multi-ethnic suburbs.
Masked assailants torched buses in the western Paris suburb of Nanterre and the eastern suburb of Bagnolet but passengers fled before the flames engulfed the vehicles. Television footage showed the burnt-out wrecks.
An empty, parked private coach was set on fire in Venissieux, a suburb of the eastern city of Lyon, and three youths ordered passengers off a bus in Athis Mons, south of Paris, and tried without success to set it on fire.
In the Bagnolet attack, one assailant held a pistol to the head of the driver while others forced passengers to get off.
A pistol, you say? Well, that particular youth/vandal/assailant will soon answer to the mighty power of French police efficiency. Probably he’s been caught already. Brussels Journal has helpful advice for Europeans who wish to avoid being set on fire:
The German author Henryk M. Broder recently told the Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant that young Europeans who love freedom, better emigrate. Europe as we know it will no longer exist 20 years from now. Whilst sitting on a terrace in Berlin, Broder pointed to the other customers and the passers-by and said melancholically: “We are watching the world of yesterday.”
Europe is turning Muslim. As Broder is sixty years old he is not going to emigrate himself. “I am too old,” he said. However, he urged young people to get out and “move to Australia or New Zealand. That is the only option they have if they want to avoid the plagues that will turn the old continent uninhabitable.”
Australian emigration information here.
(Via reader Adrian)
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