“Playful” – uh huh, you bet

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.
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).

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6 Responses to “Playful” – uh huh, you bet

  1. Guairdean says:

    I can hear the newscasts now: “Dozens of Peugeots burned, damages estimated in the tens of dollars.”

  2. crazyeighter says:

    But set fire to a camel in the “migrant’s” native country and they world is coming to an end.

    • fjord says:

      When a goat is used for personal pleasure, it is sent to slaughter afterwards.sold to a non family member, because its ‘corrupted’.

      Even inhuman savages have standards.

  3. Mike_C says:

    You don’t need to go to France to enjoy vehicular arson — much cheaper to go to Baltimore.

    And for those who appreciate general arson, don’t forget Devil’s Night in Detroit.

  4. Exile1981 says:

    Car-bbq is a common theme among muslim youths who know they will never be held responsible.

  5. anonymous says:

    Question – How many of these are burned by their owners ? Now that is a playful – bored individual. Burning property that you don’t own – we call that arson around these parts. But we aren’t familiar with how they roll in Europe Land, so . . .

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