Paris Cancels Christmas Market, Holds Ramadan Party Every Year
European capitulation to Islam continues
The Champs-Élysées Christmas market in Paris has been cancelled by City Hall councillors. It is considered the city’s main Christmas market and welcomes 15 million visitors every year.
According to a spokesperson of the City Hall, the French capital “wants to focus on offering visitors and Parisians more attractive and innovative events that will enhance the Champs-Élysées in a cultural and aesthetic dimension in keeping with this exceptional site”.
Since 2008 this market in Paris has been organised by Marcel Campion but due to a long-term dispute the contract was terminated this year.