Paris never used to look like this

Ah, Paris. The most romantic city in the world. Stroll along the beautiful Champs-Elysees, admire the Arc de Triomphe, go up the Eiffel Tower (and look down on Napoleon’s tomb), visit the Place de la Concorde, admire the Sacre-Coeur basilica in Montmartre, and go to the Isle-de-la-Cite and visit the breathtaking Notre Dame cathedral. Everyone who goes to Paris wants to return.

Champs Elysees

Well, that used to be true. But I’m not sure it is true any more.

This is a photo of Paris in 2016.

Garbage burns during clashes near the Paris fan zone at the Eiffel Tower during the Portugal v France EURO 2016 final soccer match, in Paris, France, July 10, 2016.? REUTERS/Stephane Mahe


And even if you visit at a time that is free from riots, it can still be a fairly average experience.

City workers remove tents and mattresses from an evacuated makeshift migrant camp near the metro stations of Jaures and Stalingrad in Paris, France


Who was it that said that multiculturalism is enriching for the host countries?

This is the type of enrichment that we could all live without, I think.

Paul Joseph Watson thinks so too. Never known to play anything down, he is calling Paris out for what it has become.

Once known as the City of Love, Paris is now known as the city of Goddawful Graffiti.

You can just see how this 100-year-old door has been enhanced by the additional artwork, can’t you?

Paris is losing 1.5 million tourists a year.


Because Paris has now become…

A shithole.