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Pairs is enjoying his first ‘George Floyd’ moment and everything is going according to script…

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Paris is currently experiencing its first George Floyd effect. The festivities erupted after the police shooting of a 17-year-old named Nahel M. during a pursuit. The all-too-familiar narrative seems to be playing out nicely: widespread looting, raging fires, rampant protests and demands for the head of the officer involved in a tray. Even celebrities are taking advantage of the rising public outrage with pointless and silly statements. George Floyd’s playbook, it seems, remains unchanged.

And of course, no George Floyd moment would be the same without copious amounts of looting.

As we have seen in the United States, the leftist media in Paris have consolidated their narrative: an innocent young man, who did nothing wrong, was cruelly “executed” by law enforcement. They are continuously airing this story, ensuring that the audience is kept in a state of simmering fury.


Protests and riots erupted in the Paris region overnight after police shot dead a 17-year-old boy who failed to stop when ordered to by traffic police.

Video circulating on social media shows a police officer pointing a gun at the driver of a car, before a gunshot is heard. Then the car stops.

The teenager, named Nahel, died of gunshot wounds to the chest despite the help of emergency services.

The officer accused of shooting him has been arrested for murder.

The shooting sparked a series of protests Tuesday night in Nanterre, the area west of Paris where the teenager died. Some 31 people were arrested as a result of the disturbance.

Nahel is the second person this year in France to die in a police shooting during a traffic stop. Last year, a record 13 people died this way.

However, as we all know, there are two sides to every story. In this case, the other side of the story is that the young man was driving recklessly, without a license, and when he was pulled over, he refused to cooperate with the police, threatened them and then sped off.

From now on, the streets of Paris look like a war zone.

As we saw here at home after Floyd’s death, fires are wreaking havoc in France.

The parallels between this situation in Paris and the George Floyd debacle in the US are strikingly similar. It is as if the old familiar script is followed to the end and reflects the path of events of George Floyd.

Unfortunately, we’ve seen this movie before and know how it ends. Mural artists and statue makers, you are next. Regardless of whether the officer involved is innocent or followed protocol correctly, his life as he knows it is essentially over and Paris will never be the same again. This is the power of the George Floyd effect.



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