Tuesday, February 18, 2020


Valentine's Day has come and gone, so I'm a bit late with this video. It's about 'dating'.

Funny, not two weeks ago CDR Salamander tweeted a quote by his old man re 'dating', more precisely 'quality dating'. I'm not sure I get the words right but the counsel of Pa Salamander went something like this: 'careful who you date. You might fall in love, and you don't want to fall in love with a jerk or a twat who ain't worth is'.

We will leave it to the lovely Miss Chen to enlighten us further on the matter:


Saturday, February 15, 2020


Jamiroquai with Love Foolosophy. Album A Funk Odyssey (2001).

We don't hear from Jamiroquai anymore - at least not in my neck of the woods - although they are supposedly still around. British funk and acid jazz band which formed in London in 1992. Guy's name is Jay Kay, by the way.

David Bowie with Let's Dance. From the album Let's Dance (1983).

It was my mate John D., my original (and only) mentor in rock, who introduced me to the Early Bowie, of which he was a huge aficionado. However, when Bowie released Let's Dance, John more or less defenestrated him for being '(far) too commercial'. I for one didn't really mind. The album indeed featured a couple of rather catchy songs, but I couldn't care less whether a whole new bunch of people suddenly were huge Bowie fans. It was just another example of the man's eerie capacity to reinvent himself time and again.



Friday, February 14, 2020



Via The Telegraph, JAN 19, 2020:

"Wind farms were paid up to £3 million per day to switch off their turbines and not produce electricity last week, The Telegraph can disclose.

Energy firms were handed more than £12 million in compensation following a fault with a major power line carrying electricity to England from turbines in Scotland.

The payouts, which will ultimately be added onto consumer bills, were between 25 per cent and 80 per cent more than the firms, which own giant wind farms in Scotland, would have received had they been producing electricity, according to an analysis of official figures.

The payments have prompted questions in Parliament, as one charity warned that consumers were having to fund the consequences of an "excessive" number of onshore wind farms, which can overwhelm the electricity grid...."

More harrowing info here.

It is quite clear. Wind turbines turn more on subsidies than on wind.


Saturday, February 08, 2020


First off, my sincerest apologies for the nonexistent blogging of the last couple of weeks. The old monster (Multipel Myeloma aka Kahler's Disease) is back. I am again under the competent care of Dr. F. The five years he envisaged in 2013 for PFS (Progression Free Survival) turned out to be six. I am undergoing a DRd regimen now (Darzalex Revlimid Dexamethason) plus some radiation for a nasty spot in the pelvis. Most difficult thing however is to keep running the company. Well, there's no other way than to sail forward into the storm. MM is still incurable but I must stay hopeful. That, using the brains the good God gave me to the fullest extent, and pray. Pray a lot. I don't ask for support but if you can spare a (figurative) clap on the shoulder, thx!!!

Then it's time for Talking Heads with And She Was. Album Little Creatures (1985).

Decent song. Great video.

U2 with One Tree Hill. Album The Joshua Tree (1987).

The lyrics were inspired by the tragid death of U2 roadie - and personal assistant to Bono - Greg Carroll, only 26 years old, in a motorcycle accident in Dublin. The band flew to Carroll's native New Zealand to attend his traditional Maori funeral.

Prolly the last truly authentic U2 album. That it was produced by Daniel Lanois and Brian Eno will have played a role in that.

Jan - if you are still out there - I've been unable to reach you ever since my laptop crashed and I lost all Outlook mails. If I have never again replied to mails you sent thereafter, it's not because I chose to ignore them. If you read this, get in touch via the comments. Hope you're doing fine.

Leo - same. Hope you're doing fine also.

Goede nacht. I'll try to post some better material shortly. I feel better, treatment in its third week by now, and DRd is possibly the best I can get right now.


Monday, January 20, 2020

Saturday, January 18, 2020


You betcha.


Friday, January 17, 2020


So the original Ford Mustang from Peter Yates' 1968 movie sold::

The new owner paid the now ex-owner Sean Kiernan a whopping $3.4 million for the iconic Ford Mustang GT. No bad deal for Mr Kiernan, as he himself paid $3,500 for it... in 1974.

Apparently Steve McQueen's own bids were never enough, since father and son Kiernan time and again turned down the actor's numerous offers. With just 46,000 miles on the counter ('just', cause I just sold my trusted silver Audi A6 station wagon after almost 480,000 kilometers), the Kiernans parked the Bullitt Mustang in 1981 and it never surfaced again, so that people began to think it had perhaps been scrapped. Until now, that is.

But what a beauty! I remember that as a kid growing up in the seventies, I was smitten by Ford Mustangs. We barely saw them over here in Europe - at least in my neck of the woods - but even so the car was a legend!

Quiz: what Mustang exactly is Steve McQueen aka Frank Bullitt driving in the movie? If you ain't sure, go over the specs of the three versions available back then. If you ARE sure, immediately skip the specs:

1.) Ford Mustang GT Hardtop 302 Challenger Special V-8 4-speed (man. 4) , model year 1968, version for North America U.S. (up to September)

* 2-door coupe body type
* RWD (rear-wheel drive), manual 4-speed gearbox
* gasoline (petrol) engine with displacement: 4942 cm3 / 301.6 cui, advertised power: 171.5 kW / 230 hp / 233 PS ( SAE gross ), torque: 420 Nm / 310 lb-ft
* dimensions: outside length: 4663 mm / 183.6 in, width: 1801 mm / 70.9 in, wheelbase: 2743 mm / 108 in
* reference weights: base curb weight: 1376 kg / 3033 lbs
* speed: max. 195 km/h (121 mph)
* accelerations: 0- 60 mph 7© s; 0- 100 km/h 7.4© s; 1/4 mile drag time (402 m) 15.5© s
* fuel consumption and mileage: average estimated by a-c©: 16.9 l/100km / 16.8 mpg (imp.) / 13.9 mpg (U.S.) / 5.9 km/l

2.) Ford Mustang GT Hardtop 390 Thunderbird Special V-8 Cruise-O-Matic (aut. 3), model year 1968, version for North America U.S. (up to September)

* 2-door coupe body type
* RWD (rear-wheel drive), automatic 3-speed gearbox
gasoline (petrol) engine with displacement: 6384 cm3 / 389.6 cui, advertised power: 242.5 kW / 325 hp / 330 PS ( SAE gross ), torque: 579 Nm / 427 lb-ft
* characteristic dimensions: outside length: 4663 mm / 183.6 in, width: 1801 mm / 70.9 in, wheelbase: 2743 mm / 108 in
* reference weights: base curb weight: 1513 kg / 3335 lbs
* speed: max. 193 km/h (120 mph);
* accelerations: 0- 60 mph 6.3© s; 0- 100 km/h 6.6© s; 1/4 mile drag time (402 m) 14.6© s
* fuel consumption and mileage: average estimated by a-c©: 25.1 l/100km / 11.2 mpg (imp.) / 9.3 mpg (U.S.) / 4 km/l

3.) Ford Mustang GT Hardtop Cobra 427 V-8 Cruise-O-Matic (aut. 3) , model year 1968, version for North America U.S. (up to September)

* 2-door coupe body type
* RWD (rear-wheel drive), automatic 3-speed gearbox
* gasoline (petrol) engine with displacement: 6964 cm3 / 425 cui, advertised power: 291 kW / 390 hp / 396 PS ( SAE gross ), torque: 624 Nm / 460 lb-ft
* characteristic dimensions: outside length: 4663 mm / 183.6 in, width: 1801 mm / 70.9 in, wheelbase: 2743 mm / 108 in
* reference weights: base curb weight: 1515 kg / 3340 lbs
* speed: max. 210 km/h (131 mph);
* accelerations: 0- 60 mph 5.5© s; 0- 100 km/h 5.8© s; 1/4 mile drag time (402 m) 13.8© s
* fuel consumption and mileage: average estimated by a-c©: 28 l/100km / 10.1 mpg (imp.) / 8.4 mpg (U.S.) / 3.6 km/l

Answer: Lt Frank Bullitt had No. 2, the 1968 Ford Mustang 390 GT 2+2 Fastback.

(and the gangsters drive a 1968 Dodge Charger 440 Magnum)

Have a nice weekend! Ah dang it, I almost forgot THE Mother of all Car Chase Scenes!!! Enjoy:

They don't make 'em like that any more!


Sunday, January 12, 2020


At a time when the West is rocked by turmoil, for which it is to a large degree itself responsible, a Great Conservative Mind has left us:

But his parting gift offers a ray of hope:

"We have entered a spiritual limbo. Our educational institutions are no longer the bearers of high culture and public life has been deliberately moronised. But here and there, sheltered from the noise and glare of the media, the old spiritual forces are at work. Popular culture contains pockets of gentleness and melody. Architects, writers and composers produce works which are neither kitsch nor 'kitsch'. Prayer and penitence have been interrupted, but not forgotten. To those who wish for it, the ethical life may still be retrieved. Ours is a catacomb culture, a flame kept alive by undaunted monks. And what the monks of Europe achieved in a former dark age, they might achieve again."

~ Sir Roger Scruton

God bless.

Rest in Peace, Sir.


Saturday, January 11, 2020


Freewill, from the 1980 album Permanent Waves.

If you ever wondered who the beauty on the cover was, it's Canadian model Paula Turnbull.

Marathon, from the 1985 album Power Windows.

Further use of synthesizers, first introduced massively on Signals (1982) and Simmons electronic drums, which Peart first used on Grace under Pressure (1984).

Dreamline, album Roll the Bones (1991).

From the beginning I found the cover art intriguing. It's designed by Hugh Syme, a Canadian Juno Award winning graphic artist. Btw, that's the guy waving in the background on the cover of Permanent Waves.

So... I'm guessing it's Rush no more, although that was effectively the case since 2015 already, when Neil Peart (his real name, as opposed to Geddy Lee who is really Gary Weinrib and Alex Lifeson whose real name is Alex Zivojinovich) stopped on account of severe pain in shoulders and limbs. Pity they never toured in Belgium.

Fair winds, guys. Thanks for close to a half century of great music and thanks for staying normals throughout.

Good night.


Friday, January 10, 2020


Say it ain't so....


Via UCR:

"A big influence on me was John Steinbeck’s The Acts of King Arthur and His Noble Knights, which he never finished in his lifetime," Peart told Rolling Stone in 2015. "It opens with a little preface that said, ‘Some people there are ... .’ I said, why? Strange turn of phrase. But he had obviously deliberately chosen it. And some of those formal phrasings were because I was very much driven by rhythm of words – and still am. A line will strike me just because of its drumming rhythm."

Rush had already put out a self-titled debut album before Peart made his performance debut with them, when they opened for Uriah Heep on Aug. 14, 1974, at the Pittsburgh Civic Arena. But that concert marked a critical turning point for Rush, for their gangly new 21-year-old drummer – and for rock.

"Among the many memories of that life-changing experience, I would never forget standing on the floor beside stage left while Uriah Heep played 'Stealin'," Peart said in his 2006 book Roadshow – Landscape with Drums: A Concert Tour by Motorcycle. "The big dark building, colored lights on the heroic figures up on the stage, the roaring audience, the sheer electricity in that place. Halfway through their show, the retractable dome of the Civic Arena had peeled back, open to the summer night."

He'd almost given up on this dream, resorting to working at the parts counter at his father's farm equipment dealership in St. Catharines, Ontario. Peart memorably arrived for this tryout driving his mother's Ford Pinto, with his drums packed into garbage cans.

"I remember thinking, 'God, he's not nearly cool enough to be in this band,'" Lifeson said in Beyond the Lighted Stage. "And then he started playing, and he pounded the crap out of those drums. He played like Keith Moon and John Bonham at the same time."

Peart's studio debut on 1975's Fly by Night is now recognized as the group's true starting point. That kicked off a creative then commercial juggernaut marked by critically lauded triumphs like 1976's 2112 and multi-platinum smashes like 1981's Moving Pictures.

Peart provided a steady presence through stylistic changes, as the '80s saw Rush move into then-modern synth-forward sounds, before a return to their sturdy bass-guitar-and-drums trio approach. Personal tragedy also played a role: Peart's first daughter, and then-only child, died in a single-car accident in 1997, just after Rush ended their Test for Echo tour. Her mother died of cancer 10 months later, and Peart's professional life ground to a sudden halt.

Peart hit the highway. He said he racked up 55,000 miles on his motorcycle during the lengthy sabbatical that followed, roaring throughout North and Central America in a journey chronicled in his 2002 book Ghost Rider: Travels on the Healing Road..."

Well, this hurts. I got to know Rush sometime around 1981, via John D, still one of my best friends...

... who made me listen to their then brand new album Moving Pictures...

...which features a.o. Tom Sawyer...

God bless Neil, and Rest in Peace. You are now reunited with Selena and Jacqueline. May Carrie and Olivia find the strength to carry on. And... thank you from the bottom of my heart for your contribution to GREAT music.


Tuesday, January 07, 2020


Your exposé would have been perfect Mr Ferguson if only you had put on a tie. Like:

Left, Vlaams Belang Chairman Tom Van Grieken. Right, Vlaams Belang MP and Schild & Vrienden founder Dries Van Langenhoven.


Sunday, January 05, 2020


In Strasbourg, some 220 cars were set ablaze, more than double that of the year before.

Ghastly images from the aftermath:

It is simply appalling:

* In Noeux-les-Mines a grocery was torched (photo above)
* In Vénissieux, around 12 cars were torched in the night of Tuesday of Wednesday
* Limoges: at least 36 cars set ablaze, in several neighborhoods in the city
* Valence and Montélimar: several cars torched, somewhere a security perimeter was established following a gas leak
* Roubaix: a pedestrian died after having been hit by a car
* Toulouse: a New Year's Eve in turmoil, several cars and garbage bins set ablaze
* Côte d'Azur: several cars torched and a fire in an apartment

In Besançon, 127 cars were torched by the ubiquitous 'youths'. Only mass deployment of all available fire crews, who fought 18 hours straight to contain the fires, prevented much worse:

Culture Enrichers deliberately set fire to vehicles in the underground parking lot of an Intermarché supermarket:

Here's an (incomplete) summary of the carbeques by Marc Moriandini:

"La nuit de la Saint Sylvestre a été agitée pour les forces de l'ordre à Strasbourg, où près de 220 véhicules ont été brûlés selon l'Alsace et des fonctionnaires blessés. France inter évoque une vingtaine de personnes blessées à Strasbourg, mais aussi Colmar. «La nuit a été très chargée», a résumé cette source, faisant état de «plusieurs fonctionnaires blessés» tout en soulignant que ces blessures n'avaient pas de caractère de gravité.

Des violences urbaines s'étaient déjà produites dans plusieurs quartiers de Strasbourg le week-end dernier puis dans la nuit de lundi à mardi. Des voitures et des poubelles avaient été incendiées. Pompiers et policiers avaient été visés par des tirs d'artifices. «On a assisté à une montée des incendies de véhicules depuis Halloween et depuis deux week-ends le phénomène s'est accéléré, avec également l'usage de mortiers, des engins qui peuvent blesser très grièvement des policiers ou des pompiers», avait souligné mardi soir la directrice départementale de la sécurité publique du Bas-Rhin, Annie Brégal, faisant état de «groupuscules d'individus souvent cagoulés», composés de mineurs ou jeunes majeurs

Un premier bilan officiel pour le Haut-Rhin, cette fois, selon l'Alsace: Le bilan en fin de matinée s’établirait à près de 70 véhicules incendiés dans le Haut-Rhin. Département : 17 véhicules incendiés plus 3/4 de voitures touchées par propagation (secteurs police de Colmar, Wittenheim et Mulhouse). Mulhouse: à 3 heures du matin, le bilan était de 14 véhicules détruits.

La nuit de la Saint-Sylvestre a été également été agitée dans l’agglomération bordelaise. Dix véhicules ont été incendiés la nuit dernière dans le centre de Bordeaux, rue Drouyn selon Bordeaux Actu. Les pompiers sont intervenus à partir de 3 h 30 pour éteindre les flammes, en déployant deux lances. Au total, huit voitures et deux camionnettes ont été très dégradées, par cet incendie, qui semble volontaire. Pompiers et policiers ont dû intervenir sur plusieurs incendies sur la voie publique, notamment dans le quartier des Aubiers, à Bordeaux selon Sud Ouest. Des feux ont été allumés sur la voie publique et des policiers ont été pris à partie et ont reçu des jets de projectiles à leur arrivée sur les lieux. Un agent a été blessé.

A Marseille, des feux de poubelles ont été allumés la nuit dernière à la cité des Rosiers, chemin de Sainte-Marthe (14e). La police et les pompiers sont toutefois rapidement intervenus.

A Châlons-en-Champagne, six voitures ont été entièrement détruites par le feu et au moins trois autres partiellement endommagées selon l'Union

A Vénissieux, les incendies avaient commencé la veille, avec une douzaine de voitures brûlées dès le 30 décembre. Les véhicules ont continué à flamber pendant la nuit de la Saint-Sylvestre. À Villeurbanne, dans le quartier du Tonkin, au moins trois voitures ont été brûlées, avenue Allende. « Un peu avant minuit, j’ai entendu une détonation et je suis descendu sur le parking de la résidence. Sur les trois voitures brûlées, une Audi récente, et deux étaient totalement calcinées." raconte un habitant à France Bleu

A Soyaux que plusieurs violences urbaines ont éclaté jusqu'en milieu de nuit, rapporte la Charente Libre : plusieurs bennes à ordures puis des voitures ont été incendiées dans cette ville de la banlieue est d'Angoulême.

A Saint-Dié-des-Vosges, une douzaine de voitures ont été incendiées et des policiers ont été caillassés à leur arrivée dans le quartier de Kellermann, d'après Vosges Matin.

Dans la Drôme, à Montélimar, deux voitures ont été incendiées. Le feu s'est propagé à deux coffrets de gaz situés sur la voie publique. Une dizaine de personnes a dû être évacuée dans la nuit par les sapeurs-pompiers et plusieurs logements du secteur ont été privés d'électricité et/ou de gaz, précise Le Dauphiné Libéré.

A Limoges, selon France Bleu, au petit matin, le service départemental d'incendie et de secours de la Haute-Vienne dénombrait "au moins 36 voitures brûlées à Limoges". Les interventions des pompiers ont du être sécurisées par les policiers car ils ont essuyé des tirs de projectiles à leur arrivée à La Bastide et à la ZUP de l'Aurence. La préfecture condamne fermement ces actes et indique que tout est mis en oeuvre pour retrouver ces bandes d'individus.

Vingt-sept voitures ont été incendiées et quatre autres ont pris feu par propagation dans les Yvelines. Mantes-la-Jolie et Mantes-la-Ville ont été les plus touchées avec respectivement huit et quatre véhicules brûlés. On en dénombre trois autres à Saint-Germain-en-Laye, quatre à Trappes, deux à Chanteloup-les-Vignes, deux à Limay et enfin une voiture à Carrières-sous-Poissy, Guyancourt, aux Mureaux et Vernouillet.

La nuit a été également agitée à Toulouse. Selon La Dépêche du Midi, 28 feux ont été recensés, dont 18 concernaient des véhicules et 10 des poubelles.

"Vers minuit au Mirail, des jets de projectiles ont été projetés contre les pompiers et les policiers qui intervenaient pour éteindre des feux de poubelles à même les voies de circulation et des voitures incendiées. Là aussi, du gaz lacrymogène a été utilisé", précisent nos confrères qui rappellent que l'année dernière, 50 voitures avaient été brûlées en Haute-Garonne au cours de la nuit du Nouvel An."

In 2018, Interior Minister Gérard Collomb hinted at the possibility of a civil war in France. And he was a socialist.

Looking at these images, it's hard to escape the notion that civil war may come sooner rather than later. And it will be ENTIRELY the fault of the Left, the Greens, AND their lackeys in the 'traditional' parties.


Saturday, January 04, 2020


We just knew how our MSM would react to the sudden demise of the great philantropist, influencer and avid Lonely Planet reader General Soleimani. Stacks and stacks of Kleenex boxes were seen being delivered to the offices of the Dutch and Belgian state broadcasters. This, for instance, is how NOS, Dutch public TV, placed the item: Soleimani was a "state official" who was "popular with resistance groups":

It might be useful for the leftist loons there to remember the following, via Newsweek:

"Iran was responsible for the deaths of at least 608 American troops in Iraq between 2003 and 2011, according to a newly revised casualty estimate produced by the Pentagon.

Special Representative for Iran Brian Hook told a State Department press briefing Tuesday that Tehran is to blame for 17 percent of all U.S. service personnel deaths between 2003 and 2011, having supplied weaponry to Shiite militias fighting U.S. occupation.

Hook noted that the U.S. figure is in addition to the "thousands" of Iraqi troops and civilians killed in attacks by Iranian proxy forces.

The special representative explained that the new numbers are taken from recently declassified U.S. military documents. The numbers are significantly higher than the roughly 500 confirmed deaths attributed to Iran by Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Joseph Dunford in 2015.

At that time, Dunford acknowledged that the true figure would likely be higher. "We were not always able to attribute the casualties that we had to Iranian activity, although many times we suspected it was Iranian activity, even though we did not necessarily have the forensics to support that," Dunford told Congress during a confirmation hearing.

Tehran provided military and financial support to Shiite militias in Iraq as the country was convulsed by waves of sectarian and anti-U.S. violence following the toppling of Saddam Hussein...."

Oh wait, they couldn't care less about the deaths of US troops. Well, how about this then? The respected Dutch Professor of Iranian extraction Afshin Ellian writes in Elsevier that:

"...Soleimani is the general of international terrorism. In the Middle East (Palestine, Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Yemen etc), in Africa (Sudan, South Africa), in Latin America and even in Europe there are persons and groups which are under orders from Soleimani.

His men and women gather intelligence, buy hardware and weapons, carry out terror attacks, and where possible form a militia..."

All of this is known, also the dirty role Soleimani played in the Syrian civil war, his support for the Houthi rebels in Yemen, his crushing of Iranian dissenters... and still, from the coverage on NOS, VRT, or our newspapers you would think the guy was some sort of Nelson Mandela at best and Pancho Villa at worst.

Anyway... of a less laughable nature is the reaction of a special category of New Belgians. Posted on muslim social media in Belgium two days ago:

... a commemmoration service for Soleimani!!! Yes, so that was yesterday, Friday 3 JAN, in the "Rue de Bone 101" in...

... MOLENBEEK of all places!!! Who would have thunk it??

I checked it out. It's actually not "Rue de Bone 101", that doesn't exist. It's "Rue de Bonne 101". They are integrated so damn well they can't even get the street name right. Anyway, I checked it out on Google Earth and guess what, it's here: "meshkaat", a "religious institution":

Here's a close-up:

And here's a pic of the interior:

Hey Creech AFB, ain't too late yet for a New Year's present!

Today, De Standaard helpfully offered some coverage of the serene commemmoration for the good general...

... and whadda ya know, on the pamphlet they got the translation wrong!!! It was not 'an entire world will avenge you' , it was 'the entire world mourns Soleimani'. De Standaard:

"Wat op de uitnodiging staat is een slechte vertaling,’ zei Mohsen Rahnama in naam van de aanwezigen. ‘Er wordt bedoeld: de hele wereld treurt om Soleimani. We zijn hier louter om te rouwen.’ Rahnama benadrukte dat van geweld geen sprake is.

Translation (a good one this time, but then it's from moi, Outlaw Mike):

"'What's on the invitation is a bad translation', said Mohsen Rahnama on behalf of those present. 'Meant was: 'the entire world mourns Soleimani.' 'We are only here to mourn'. Rahnama emphasised that there was no question that violence was advocated.'

Golly, thx, De Standaard!!! And I suppose that if we don't believe that, you will want to sell us a bridge across the Tigris for 10 EUR, is it not?



Yes that's in The Netherlands. More precisely Rotterdam. The Erasmus Bridge across the Nieuwe Maas. The distinctive building across the river is "De Rotterdam" by renowned architect Rem Koolhaas.

Anyway, you can see how well-integrated these Turkish assholes are. NOT.

These are NOT Dutchmen. This a fifth column.

To get an idea how far the Turkish state has come in exerting control in The Netherlands, just look at this map:

Islam is a cancer. You either cut it away or kill it with chemo. Absent that, a long and painful death is to be expected.


Friday, January 03, 2020


The big news of the day is obviously General Soleymani saying his goodbyes to this mortal coil, and tomorrow, inch allah, there will be a post about that, including the reactions to his passing by the esteemed followers of the prophet in Molenbeek.

As for now, I recommend Tucker Carlson:


Wednesday, January 01, 2020


As per usual, 'youths' wreaked havoc on New Year's Eve in Brussels, more precisely Molenbeek and Vorst:

16 cars and a scooter torched, 1 person knifed with a life-threatening injury, 211 arrests...

Fire crews had to deploy 110 times, ambulances almost 300 times, often with police escort...

All of that is small beer compared to France, where:

...Besançon : 127 voitures brûlées, l’incendie de la fourrière maîtrisé après de longues heures de lutte des pompiers
Limoges : au moins 36 voitures brûlées, les pompiers attaqués
Montpellier : tirs nourris de kalachnikov (vidéo)
Lattes : une jeune femme retrouvée morte, une balle dans la tête
Strasbourg et sa région : au moins 220 voitures brûlées, les pompiers violemment agressés...

Oh oh oh oh oh...

This was in Strasbourg:

In Berlin, Germany, the fire services are 'shocked' at the level of violence directed against them:

In all these cities and elswhere throughout Europe, the extreme violence is NOT the work of Jan, Piet en Klaas or Dirk; or Jean-Pierre, Louis and Hervé; or Hans, Fritz and Horst.

It is the work of Alis and Mohammeds.

They are turning the dar-al-harb into the dar-al-islam.