Sunday, November 22, 2015

Maybe France Was Asking For It?

This report states that France "missed many red flags" about the Paris attacks. 

I don't know if "missed" is the right word. It's more like ignored. There are too many weird things about the lack of coordination between various security agencies.

The other thing to consider is why on earth a citizen of any democracy should be allowed back into "their" country after having "visited" Syria for any reason. I'm serious about this, and I include the humanitarian activists. The only individuals who should be let back in are those who fought against ISIS. 

Why are we allowing more terrorists in?

Why is there not more resistance to civilizational suicide?


Look who is "leading". Insidious, submissive, evil leftists who are complicit in the multicult leftist-Islamic alliance and our destruction.

So few liberals will speak the truth. Kudos to Maher on this.

(This silly, brainless chick is a Minister in the Trudeau government. Oh, and here's Kathleen Wynne, Ontario's first lesbian Premier, paying a deferent and duly obedient visit, covering her head at a local mosque.)

What reason would any person have for visiting Syria? The only reasons are bad ones, and terror-related. So, why are our stupid leaders not only blocking jihad-interested individuals from leaving their home countries (they should be told "bye, and don't let the door hit your ass on the way out"), and then letting them come back in and prowl at will in free countries.

So, back to France.  As we see again, these were "known wolves".

"We're in a situation where the services are overrun. They expect something to happen, but don't know where," said Nathalie Goulet, who heads up the French Senate's investigation committee into jihadi networks.

So, this is an admission that intelligence is not the "cure" or the "fix". 

The only cure is prevention, and that is to say, preventing these jihad-minded individuals from entering-containment.

And the phrase "they expect something to happen" is incredibly haunting, and a terrible statement of where we are at. We should not be "expecting" things. The only reason citizens of (formerly) free countries have been told to "expect something" and get used to "expecting something" is because our feckless leaders have determined that we, and our families are a sufficient and necessary sacrifice to make on the altar of multiculturalism and transnationalism, and of course, our supine deference to the nihilistic, death cult of jihad is our obligation as well.  

This part of the article also made my hair stand on edge. 

"Then there's the case of Sami Amimour. French authorities had launched an official investigation into Amimour's possible terrorism-related activity in October 2012. Prosecutors suspected him of planning to join militants in Yemen."

"Amimour was a bus driver who had been radicalized in a mosque near his hometown of Drancy, north of Paris."

Drancy, for those who are not familiar, does not have an illustrious history with Jews.

It's really no small wonder that it has now become an inculcation base for "neo" Nazism. 

Europeans are sort of waking up with hearts broken. 

"Over nine years, as I witnessed the neighborhood become increasingly intolerant. Alcohol became unavailable in most shops and supermarkets; I heard stories of fanatics at the Comte des Flandres metro station who pressured women to wear the veil; Islamic bookshops proliferated, and it became impossible to buy a decent newspaper. With an unemployment rate of 30 percent, the streets were eerily empty until late in the morning. Nowhere was there a bar or café where white, black and brown people would mingle. Instead, I witnessed petty crime, aggression, and frustrated youths who spat at our girlfriends and called them “filthy whores.” If you made a remark, you were inevitably scolded and called a racist. There used to be Jewish shops on Chaussée de Gand, but these were terrorized by gangs of young kids and most closed their doors around 2008. Openly gay people were routinely intimidated, and also packed up their bags."

"I finally left Molenbeek in 2014. It was not out of fear. The tipping point, I remember, was an encounter with a Salafist, who tried to convert me on my street. It boiled down to this: I could no longer stand to live in this despondent, destitute, fatalistic neighborhood."

The question is: where are you going to go? 

But have no fear.

The President of the United States has new, totally butch strategy to show ISIS that we in the free world mean business:

Woe upon us.