France: Number of Cars Set on Fire Increases, “Expert” Says It’s “Playful”

Daily Stormer
January 6, 2018

There’s a reason Paris is called “The City of Light”

Good thing you went to war with the krauts for no reason, or else you’d be occupied by foreigners right now.

Oh, wait…


Car burnings have become a tradition across France over New Year’s with the latest figures showing an increase in arson, but some experts claim the motive behind the attacks is simple boredom.

Seriously? That’s the best these “experts” could come up with?

I can come up with a better lie than that in literally 10 seconds.

But I won’t post it here, I don’t want the kikes to get the benefit of someone with an actual functional brain doing their work for them for free.

Approximately 1,031 vehicles were set on fire on the night of December 31st and the early hours of the morning of January 1st, up from last year’s 935. The arson attacks have remained a constant feature over New Year’s, Bastille Day celebrations in the summer, and during incidents of civil unrest.

Many have attempted to try and make sense of why the arson attacks keep occurring year after year, often in so-called “Sensitive Urban Zones ” (ZUS).

I wonder if the people trying to “make sense” of it looked at who actually lives there. Maybe that makes sense.

Because when you notice that the more niggers and sandniggers and other types of niggers live in a place, that place tends to have more cars set on fire, you finally come to the only possible rational conclusion – that fire is racist.

This was caused by the terrible legacy of Jacques Corneille

French Sociologist Michel Wieviorka claims that the acts of vandalism are “above all, playful” and that they do not have a political dimension. “It is very easy, technically, to set a vehicle on fire and run away immediately,” he said and added that there is not much risk of arrest.

Hmm… You know, I don’t much about the French really, but I do know 3 things for certain:

  1. They eat snails.
  2. One of their presidents was almost killed and probably bitten in the balls by a depressed poodle.
  3. Wieviorka is not a French name.

So I’m gonna head on over to Wikipedia and search for this name and see…








What would we stupid goyim do without the chosen ones here to tell us how stupid we are?

According to Wieviorka, the car burnings began in the 1980s and 1990s in Strasbourg and are primarily carried out by urban youth, often from immigrant backgrounds but not exclusively.

Wouldn’t that be an argument to stop letting muds in, and kick out the ones already here?

Car insurance premiums in France tend to be much more expensive in areas that see a high level of car burnings than in those which do not.

This year the Île-de-France region, where Paris and its no-go suburbs is located, saw 250 car burnings. Île-de-France is one of the most expensive places to get insurance for a vehicle, according to French insurance comparison website Les Furets.

WOW! Total mindfuck!

The area of Seine-Saint-Denis, often described as one of France’s major no-go zones, is the most expensive in the entire country, while Britanny, which saw only five cars burned, has the lowest insurance rate.

Seine-Saint-Denis has seen car burnings and riots on more than one occasion last year, including on Bastille Day in which 900 vehicles were burned. Social unrest, most infamously in 2005, is also often a cause for car burnings in the heavily-migrant populated suburbs.

In 2016, there were two major incidents that provoked both a social backlash and riots in the suburbs. The first involved a young man of African heritage named Theo who was said to have been assaulted by police who allegedly inserted a baton in his anus resulting in hospitalisation.

It looks like, for whatever reason, non-Whites tend to live in places where the dirt is less magical. Obviously racism.

BTW, I don’t buy that “they fucked a nigger in the ass with a baton” thing, the French cops are too wimpy to do that [it was presumably Arab cops. -AA].

While the French Interior Ministry published figures on car burnings every New Year, many have complained that they have skewed the numbers by reporting only cars that were set on fire, rather than those which have been damaged from burning vehicles next to them.

Yeah, the (((governments))) of western Europe always doctor crime statistics, especially for violent crime, to hide how much destruction the subhumans bring about, and then sneer at America (which is probably at roughly the same level) and eastern Europe (which is much, much safer).

But I think this is all for the good.

I’m one of those worst-is-better people, so stuff like this makes me optimistic.