On the night of the New Year in France, 690 vehicles were burned and 490 arrests made, but according to a press release from the Ministry of the Interior, "no notable incident" occurred.
In Nantes, cars were set on fire, at least twenty according to our information, and mobile police cars were the target of Molotov cocktails and fireworks in the Malakoff district, reported Ouest-France.
In Séchilienne, the gendarmes saved a retired couple from the flames. A car fire had spread to another vehicle and then to houses in the early hours of Sunday morning. The gendarmes entered the house as the entrance was on fire. A criminal investigation was opened. It was a heroic act since the entrance was already in flames, but they extracted the elderly couple. A tragedy was narrowly avoided thanks to the courage of the soldiers extracting the bedridden husband.
In Bourg-en-Bresse and Meximieux police and gendarmes were targeted by fireworks. Three people were arrested in the city.
in Pierrelatte, in the south of the department. Shortly before 10:30 pm, fireworks were fired at the gendarmerie barracks.
In Toulouse, 41 fires, one was started in a children’s home, an attempted rape was recorded as well as an attack on police station. According to a first report, the firemen had to intervene on 41 fires in Haute-Garonne. A fire broke out in a children’s home shortly after midnight in Auzeville Tolosane.
In Mirail, a police station was attacked by mortar fire. Similarly, glass bottles were thrown into the police station car park.
In Orléans, police and fire brigade responded to a burning car parked in front of No. 8 rue du Clos-Neuf in Saint-Jean-de-la-Ruelle. A police patrol that came across the fire “by chance” and intervened in the building to evacuate the occupants in time. Twenty-two people were saved in total, including children.
In Villeneuve-d’Ascq, a mobile grocery shop was completely destroyed by fire.
Fifty cars were set on fire in the Lyon area on Saturday night, particularly in the east of Lyon.
In Bordeaux, two police officers were injured. “Every year, it’s always the same, they burn, break and we clean up”, an employee who is working to make the Grand-Parc district of Bordeaux, safe for traffic, said.
In the Mulhouse region, several vehicles were set on fire and the police were often attacked, no serious incidents were reported.
One curious coincidence that France's Kafkaesque government certainly refrained from revealing is that the vast majority of these attacks were perpetrated by "immigrants."
Ignoring ugly facts will manifest the ugliest of humankind. There appears to be no chance European governments will face the truth, at least this year.
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