Saturday, November 14, 2015

Readings About the Paris Terror Attacks (UPDATED)

By now, everyone knows what happened in Paris yesterday: Muslims shooting and blowing up French people enjoying life. There isn't much for me to add; a long time ago I said this about terrorists.
Terrorists commit their acts not for the benefit of the dead, but for those who remain alive. “Look at what we’ll do to you and yours,” they say, “if you don’t do what we want you to do.” They revel in our horror. They rejoice in the sorrow of the families who will never bury the atomized bodies of their loved ones [from 9/11]. They say, “yeah, we did it and we’ll do it to you unless you….submit.”
It remains true and the choice for us Infidels who are still breathing also remains: submit or resist.

Now for the readings.

ISIS says, "yeah, we did it."

French President Fran├žois Hollande responds with fighting words, but it remains to be seen whether they are just words or not.

The Barbarians are Inside and There are No Gates, Mark Steyn points out.

The above is demonstrated by the new arrivals in New Orleans.
The Obama administration is looking to increase the number of Syrian refugees who may be admitted into the U.S. as well as speed up the process. The administration plans to do this, Reuters reports, by opening new screening outposts in Iraq and Lebanon. As of now, the administration promised to accept as many as 100,000 refugees each year by the end of 2017. The present annual cap is at 70,000.
The Significance of November 13 in the Paris Attacks; September 11th had an identical significance.

Mizzou College Brats whine that dead people are stealing the spotlight from their made-up KKK spotting and proven womyn studies professor strong-arm tactics.

Like Steyn, I'm Islam-ed out.

ONE MORE; A RELATED UPDATE: Arab Muslims continue their 1400-year long terror against black Africans.

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