Skip to comments.French police stop [Muslim] march in memory of Toulouse killer
Posted on 03/27/2012 11:59:12 PM PDT by Milagros
French police stop march in memory of Toulouse killer
20:16 24 MAR 2012
(AGI) Toulouse - Police in France prevented a group of people from holding a demonstration in memory of the Toulouse killer. This afternoon, some one hundred riot police officers intervened to disperse about thirty people who were trying to hold a demonstration in memory of Mohammed Merah, the man behind a series of shootings in Toulouse who was killed by the police two days ago after an over 32-hour siege. Most of the demonstrators were burqa-clad young women. Wearing the full-body burqa veil in public is illegal in France. . .
Deport them all and tear down their “mosque”.
I like your blog [in your sig.].
They should have taken them all in and photographed and fingerprinted them. Put every one on a watch list.
These people really are stupid.
Americans don’t commit genocide. Yes, when dragged into a World War, we win.
Europe, however, has a casual brutality about mass slaughter that Americans simply won’t emulate for a variety of reasons.
Of course, the European instinct is to blame the Jews. The slaughter of three little kids by a jihadist pretty much forecloses that path, though.
Keep kicking the monster, you idiots...
I hope someone overthere does/did it.
Isn’t it against French law for the them to be wearing those headbags in public?
Pork juice, tankers and firetrucks come to mind.
The modern day new world version of Ray Bradbury’s novel Fahrenheit 451 won’t be about burning any and all books, it will be burning Korans and flooding any Moslem meeting place with porcine and canine excrement’s.
I read this morning that somebody sent a TV station Mehar’s video (he had a camera strapped to his chest) of his killings of the three military men and the children. It had been edited and pictures of “Palestinian” children had been spliced in. Since Mehar is dead, he clearly didn’t send it, and it’s also unlikely that he would have had the ability to edit it during his flight or the seige.
And the French are saying, gee, do you think maybe he didn’t act alone? Maybe he had supporters?
None so blind as those who will not see.
Deport all mozzies to their ‘pure land’ of Saudi Arabia. Convert or move. Then send them to meet Allah down in heck.... Use up all the world’s nukes to crystalize Saudia and we can have a nuke-free world then
We in the US have technically acted against native Americans (and don't get me wrong, I think we have nothing to apologize for -- it was war and just like others, the losers lost badly).
The European instinct? Nah. That was fomented by Tsarist Russia after they took over the eastern lands of the Polish-Lithuanian commonwealth with it's masses of Jewish people. The Germans under H took it up as a way to explain why they lost WWI when no battles were fought on German lands.
in many ways if the allies had fought straight through on to German lands in WWI, WWII may never have happened.
The Germans couldn't understand that their leaders knew they had lost the world and were on the brink of defeat even though German troops were on other country's lands. the leaders then to save their own skin encouraged the theory of a stab in the back and it was easy to frame the biggest outsiders left in Germany -- the Jews.
the other big outsiders -- the Poles -- already clawed back their own lands.
If we had fought on to German soil, their apetite for war would have gone away -- just as the French appetite waned (and we can't call them cowardly in WWII knowing how many of the blood-wrenching battles of WWI were fought on their soil) and they would have KNOWN they were defeated by their own faults. No one to blame and an acceptance. This would have saved millions of peoples lives.
Ok, ok.. I know it is a big 'what if' scenario, but it's just my opinion
Looks like they are all women.
Even in the Indian wars the USA never had a long-term or consistent policy that could be called genocide. There were always those who wanted to absorb or assimilate the Indians instead. As you say, while terrible atrocities were committed, this was never official government policy, or at least not for long.
I find the famous Sand Creek Massacre enlightening. US troops, actually more sort of untrained and poorly officered militia during Civil War committed atrocities. (Most real officers were fighting back east.)
Even at this massacre, arguably the worst in US history, the atrocities committed by the US troops did not come close to those routinely, as a matter of course, committed by the Indians they were fighting. No mass rape, no dragging along of captives for long slow torture later.
Yet the very practices excused when committed routinely by Indians are somehow an indictment of America when committed occasionally by US troops.
I hope they are waking up over there and will act on that.
They should have stopped it with automatic weapons and live ammunition.
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