Monday, July 25, 2016

Germany Suffers 4th Terror Attack in One Week

This time it was the small town of Ansbach, located in Bavaria's Middle Franconian region. A Syrian man, angry over being denied asylum, blew himself up Sunday outside a fair killing himself and wounding a dozen people. He had first been ordered deported in 2014.

That makes four times in one week that Germany has suffered an Islamic attack.

Do you still want to admit these Syrians, Mrs. Merkel?

Do you still want to admit these Syrians, Mr Obama?

Do you still want to admit these Syrians, Mrs. Clinton?

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"We can make this work."


Siarlys Jenkins said...

There was a French anarchist who assassinated President James Garfield. Did we stop admitting immigrants from France? There was a Serbian terrorist who assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria. Did we stop admitting Serbian immigrants?

Anonymous said...

I just read about the 84 year old Catholic priest who had his throat cut by jihadists in France.
This just makes my blood boil.

Gary Fouse said...

It is time for the French to rise up, get rid of Hollande and bring in the Front National and Marine Le Pen. Same for the other western European countries.

Siarlys: One attack by a Frenchman or Serbian or Jordanian (Sirhan) does not mean no further French, Serbian or Jordanians. However, France and Germany are now experiencing these horrors every few days now. Yes, it is time to stop admitting those with that belief system.

I wonder if the French still own Devil's Island. Just a thought.

Siarlys Jenkins said...

What is "That belief system?" I'm sure you would have supported deporting Emma Goldman back to Russia, where of course the Bolsheviks despised anarchists like her more than the U.S. attorney general did...

French Guiana is still a French overseas territory, which means they still own Devil's Island. Of course it also means all the indigenous people of Guiana have a legal right to move to any other French territory.

Nobody who served in Germany should entertain the notion of the Front Nationale becoming the government of France. We could call that "the Second (Vichy) Republic."