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#1
This is how french "youth" celebrated the victory of the Qatari-sponsored PSG football club in Paris on the so aptly named "Parvis des droits de l'homme" on Monday evening.

30 were injured including 3 policemen, a car full of tourists was looted and several shops, cafés and properties damaged and/or looted and of course, since it's now a "tradition", cars were burnt.

A video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=_CD2DfnG_k8

Security was much looser than during the demonstrations against arrse bandit's marriage in the past months; of course, straight couple demonstrating with prams and push chairs dressed in corduroy and Barbours are much more likely to wreak havoc than bottle throwing louts in hoodies.

That's socialist France for you and unfortunately the shape of things to come......especially the last picture which celebrates "la différence".....this country is doomed.

:-(
 

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#4
Seen it before several times. Rioting and tear gas were rife in the 80s. Thank goodness I missed it, was out running in central Paris last night. I did wonder why the banks of the Seine were lined with so many people ...

Interview sans café for Valls today ...
 
#7
The rioters were not fans, but troublemakers who deliberately riot given the opportunity, les casseurs. It's a tradition. The police should have anticipated this. Shame for the real PSG fans who were waiting to see the cup.
 

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