Cocktails in Paris? Sound lovely?
Once upon a civilization, cocktails in Paris meant moonlight, music and martinis today it means…molotov.
That’s their cocktail of choice – the Molotov.
The breakdown of normal society continues apace.
“Many of the young people are believed to be Saint-Denis students” means Muslim students. Riots in Saint-Denis are ongoing.
Riots have continue for more than two weeks. There have been violent riots in more than twenty cities throughout France.
Paris CHAOS as rioters hurl stones at police and throw MOLOTOV COCKTAILS at school
POLICE have arrested 55 young people after fully fledged riot broke out in a Parisian high school.
By Vincent Wood, Mar 7, 2017
Many of the young people are believed to be Saint-Denis students
Police estimate between 80 and 100 students took to the streets, hurling stones at officers as well as throwing molotov cocktails and launching fireworks in acts of destruction.
At 11am, several individuals were able to enter the Suger college, north of central Paris, and start three fires in the building.A witness added: “They were throwing Molotov cocktails and firing mortar fireworks into the premises.”
But while police attended the scene, in a bid to quell the violent acts, they faced further aggression.
Police on the scene had stones hurled at them
One officer said: “At about 11 am smoke was thrown into the compound.
“The air became unbreathable and the headmaster decided to evacuate and close the facility, which had already been disturbed the day before by incidents.”The arrests follow a series of violent protests following the alleged rape of a young black man by French police with a truncheon.
A group had entered the school earlier that morning
The man, identified only as Theo L, remains in hospital with injuries after his arrest and alleged abuse on February 2.Police looking to stem the tide of chaos outside the Saint Denis Suger High School claim they heard “slogans like ‘revenge for Theo’”.
This is a lie.