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Saturday, March 31, 2012

A "Tribute" to the Toulouse Killer in France

Hat tip to Gallia Watch


(Photo from Gallia Watch) This is sick.

The blog Gallia Watch has been following the aftermath of the Toulouse massacre. Here is the post along with a photo of sickening graffiti posted in Mohamed Merah's honor.

http://galliawatch.blogspot.com/2012/03/burial-in-toulouse.html#links

If France is serious about cracking down on their Islamists troublemakers, hopefully, they will round up whoever wrote this.

5 comments:

Findalis said...

20% of the French population is Muslim. They can and do demand control over their neighborhoods. They demand that French society conform to their ideology not the other way around. They demand the right to rape and murder any Jew they see.

All this is permitted under the current French Administration. So why are the French upset with this? It is only the logical outpouring of a bankrupt people.

Siarlys Jenkins said...

Actually, the author might be arrested for defacing public or private property, but if you believe in the principles of the First Amendment, much extolled by that Dutch cretin you admire so much, the author should not be arrested for the content of their speech, however despicable.

One might better offer a solemn tribute to the courage and fortitude it must require for an athletic adult man to kill an unarmed eight year old girl, armed with nothing but an automatic fire arm.

Findalis, I always knew there was something wrong with "states rights" and "local control." You seem to have identified it with some precision.

Gary Fouse said...

Siarlys,

Correct. Arrest him for defacing public or private property or spitting on the sidewalk. Whatever you can legitimately charge him with under French law.

Siarlys Jenkins said...

And also belittle him Gary... we don't need an indictment to sarcastically comment on his courage... but word it so he will feel hurt, not so he will revel in the denouncements of his enemies.

Miggie said...

I've always disliked the French. This was even before I went there.

Perhaps it was because of the Vichy French turning over Jewish Frenchmen neighbors to the Nazis for extermination.

There is a historical persistent undercurrent of antisemitism in France that the Muslims reinforce.

Even if none of this were true, I would still not care for them for their assumed superiority, their serial cowardice, and aversion to bathing on a regular basis. Their prowess in developing rich sauces doesn't compensate for any of this.