"40,000" is NO exaggeration, if anything it's LOW.
Originally Posted by JANFU
Of course, you can read many/most MSM dailies without the word 'Muslim' even being mentioned.
It's like Muslim immigrants, ie, quadruple in Scandinavia, and Rapes quadruple.. but they don't keep stats on their failed immigration policy, so you're a "bigot" for suggesting the obvious and challenged to produce stats the govt is too PC to keep. Catch 22
Much of Europe is like this.
ie, in the UK it's "Asians" when they really mean 'Muslim Pakistanis'. ('grooming' etc)
Other places (ie, France) it's 'disadvantaged youths' who may just happen to be in the same cities/Muslim burbs the cars are torched in.
In any case "40,000" is NOT an exaggeration.
And note again, the word 'Muslim' is Never once mentioned.
In France, Nothing Says ‘Happy New Year’ Like a Burning Car
France's leftist government ends previous blackout on nationwide New Year's Eve car burning by revealing figures confirming the spread of France's distinctive tradition of auto arson as protest
Time.com - Bruce Crumley Jan. 03, 2013
French Car-Burning Rite Spreads | TIME.com
More amazing, still, is the fact that the New Year’s Eve auto roast is only Part of the story. In announcing the New Year’s Eve tally on Jan. 2, Interior Minister Manuel Valls also revealed that figures provided by Fire, Police and Insurance officials indicate that somewhere between 42,000 and 60,000 automobiles are intentionally torched in France every year.
The Majority of those go up in smoke in or near the disadvantaged suburban housing projects located outside most French cities. Indeed, the rest of the world first took notice of France’s distinctive car-burning penchant during the three weeks of nationwide rioting in French housing projects in 2005, when 8,810 automobiles were incinerated by enraged youths. Yet, despite that riot-driven surge of car arson, year-end figures of around 43,000 for 2005 came in at around normal levels. Normal, that is, for flame-happy France."..."
Yes it goes on to say 20% may be arson for cash, but not the majority.
But again, Forget New Years Eve, About 1000 cars are Torched EVERY week.