Paris Attacks: Millions Rally for Unity in France

BBC News, January 11, 2015

More than three million people have taken part in unity marches across France after 17 people died during three days of deadly attacks in Paris.

Up to 1.6m are estimated to have taken to the streets of the French capital.

More than 40 world leaders joined the start of the Paris march, linking arms in an act of solidarity.

The marchers wanted to demonstrate unity after the attacks on satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, police officers, and a kosher supermarket.

The French government said the rally turnout was the highest on record.

The rally, led by relatives of the victims of last week’s attacks, began at the Place de la Republique and concluded in the Place de la Nation.

Several other French cities also held rallies. The interior ministry said turnout across France was at least 3.7 million, including up to 1.6 million in Paris–where sheer numbers made an exact tally difficult.

Rallies also took place outside of France, with thousands of people gathering in London, Washington, Montreal and Berlin.

In Madrid, several hundred Muslims held banners saying “Not in our name” next to the train station where in 2004 Islamist bombings killed nearly 200 people.

World leaders, including British Prime Minister David Cameron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, Malian President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, EU President Donald Tusk, and Jordan’s King Abdullah II joined the beginning of the Paris march.

“Paris is the capital of the world today,” French leader Francois Hollande said.

The leaders observed a minute’s silence before the march began.

About 2,000 police officers and 1,350 soldiers–including elite marksmen on rooftops–were deployed in the capital to protect participants.

The Paris march was split into two routes for security purposes.

Marchers chanted “liberte” (“freedom”) and “Charlie”, in reference to Charlie Hebdo magazine.

Some waved French flags, cheered, and sang the national anthem.

Samia Ghali, mayor of one of Marseille’s districts, told the BBC that people there were marching for tolerance and co-existence. Marseille is the city with the largest Muslim population in France.

So many people were crammed into the Place de la Republique that it created a bottleneck. Some marchers had to filter down side streets to reach the Place de la Nation for the final rally.

They streamed past the cafe where I was working, wrapped against the chill as the sun went down, so many faces beaming with pride, voices still not too hoarse for another yell of “Charlie!” Their hands must have been sore from clapping.

“This is serious, this was an attack on freedom, we cannot allow this,” said Laurent. The march was so crowded it took him, his wife Isabelle and his daughter Coline two hours to walk just 2km (1.2 miles).

“Our values are liberty, equality and fraternity and we cannot allow terrorists to dictate to us,” he added.

“We had to get into the streets to show we are not afraid,” said Isabelle.

Solidarity marches were also held in world cities including London, Madrid, Cairo, Montreal, Beirut, Sydney and Tokyo.

Gunman video

Ahead of the rally, a video emerged appearing to show the supermarket attacker, Amedy Coulibaly, pledging allegiance to the so-called Islamic State.

In the video, he said he was working with the Charlie Hebdo attackers: “We have split our team into two… to increase the impact of our actions.”

He killed four hostages seized at the Hyper Cacher supermarket on Friday before being shot dead by police. The four victims will be buried in Israel on Tuesday.

Coulibaly is also believed to have shot dead a policewoman in Montrouge on Thursday, and has now been linked by prosecutors to the shooting and wounding of a 32-year-old jogger in a park in Fontenay-les-Roses, in south-west Paris, on Wednesday.

His partner, Hayat Boumeddiene, is still wanted by police–although she is thought to have fled France last week. Officials believe she may have entered Turkey en route to Syria.

Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve says France will stay on high alert in the coming weeks.

He hosted a meeting on Sunday morning of fellow interior ministers from across Europe, including the UK’s Theresa May, to discuss the threat posed by militants.

Following the meeting, the ministers issued a statement saying that greater internet and borders surveillance was needed to combat terrorist attacks.

Satire attacked

The violence began on Wednesday when two brothers raided the offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.

Said and Cherif Kouachi–who were shot dead by police on Friday–killed 11 people at the magazine offices in the French capital on Wednesday, and a policeman in a nearby street.

In the wake of the attacks, police detained people believed to be connected to the killers–including family members.

Cherif Kouachi’s brother-in-law, named as Mourad Hamyd, reportedly handed himself in to police but was released without charge and denounced the violence on Sunday.

“This attack is horrific–a horrible crime”, he told AFP news agency.

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  • MekongDelta69

    And of course, who was missing?

    Our ‘fearless’ black muslim Marxist dictator…

    • phillyguy

      the world is now saying what I tell her that US president is he is. Laughing joke of Europe.

      • dukem1

        It sure would be OK with me If Preezy-O had someone notice that holding hands singing “Kumbaya” was an inappropriate, ineffective response to a world filled with Kalishnikov-wielding, murderous, fanatics hell-bent on establishing a world-wide caliphate..
        But, he’s busy working on correcting the disparate impact admission tests for brain-surgery school have on Haitian refugees.

        We are so doomed.

        • Speedy Steve

          “Kumbaya?” I doubt that. Obama Sin-laden would be singing Kumb-allah.

        • Cid Campeador

          We’re are doomed ONLY if we LET it happen.
          IF we let this go on much longer, all those who died in WWII and those who died in Afghanistan and the ME died for nothing.

      • Albert

        I love that he didn’t attend or send anyone of note to do so either. Sometimes silence speaks volumes.

    • Luca

      He didn’t attend because the event called out to world leaders, not community organizers.

      • Speedy Steve

        And furthermore, Speaker Bone-head couldn’t go because he’d scheduled man-tan sessions. The voices in Lunchbucket Joe’s cranium couldn’t direct him to the airport, Boltneck Kerry was busy doing nothing, Shrillary wanted O’bongo to look bad, Moochelle was getting a tuck-and-roll job, and Al Sharpton probably couldn’t find his passport.

    • It has been confirmed that he didn’t want to go because he wanted to watch the weekend’s football games.

      • robinbishop34

        Ya know… I don’t blame him. It was a total BS fest.

        • Garrett Brown

          So is American football.

      • DiversityIsDeath

        no– to play golf.

      • MBlanc46

        I’d rather have him watching football than further screwing up the country.

        • Problem is, he’s got people to do that while he goes out and golfs.

          • MBlanc46

            I do hope that they’re less adept at it than he is.

  • They weren’t marching for unity.

    They were marching in fear of a nationalist backlash.

    • CallahanAuto

      That’s right! And this Charlie Hebdo massacre wasn’t an attack on free speech, it was an attack on the indigenous people of France.

      There seems to be a widespread belief in France that one can be Muslim and French. That seems to be a classic example of the Americanization of French culture, because such an idea could come from nowhere else but America. The French have swallowed that nonsense, along with our Big Macs and Frappuccinos.

      Je Suis Charles Martel.

      • dukem1

        I get you, but we should let them know, somehow, Je Suis Attilla.

      • RonanTheLibtardian

        They held on to Algeria too long. Just as America held on to Puerto Rico too long.

    • See The Future

      Little do they realize that they are celebrating the death of a nation.

      • Nevsky

        most of the Westerners are….”celebrate diversity!”. Even when MSM openly rejoiced that the whites will be a minority soon – there wasn’t a peep from most of the whites.

  • Massif1

    Only .025% of France’s population participated in the march. Majority of French Muslims did not participate in these marches. Muslim school kids did not participate in “minute of silence” for the victims. It is time to start deporting Muslims back to whatever country they came from and revoke French citizenship to any jihadi that fought in Syria or has terrorist connections.

    • pcmustgo

      YEAH, I noticed how over-whelmingly WHITE the protest crowds were. Not many French Africans turned out to support the protests either.

    • See The Future

      They said 3.7 million………..there are 65 million in France including about 8 million muslims. Think your percent is a bit off.

  • TruthBeTold

    A rally for what? Unity?

    There are so many conspiracy theories out there I’m beginning to wonder if this attack wasn’t staged so governments could organize such ‘unity’ rallies and fight the common enemy, enemies of free speech.

    I mean, things are so backwards only a conspiracy makes sense.

    • DiversityIsDeath

      F*** unity. White power forever!

    • Nevsky

      I don’t know what to make out of it any more. What else will it take till it will be about race and whites dispossession?

      • lily-white

        It will take “hard times” for these people to wake up and smell the roses. Simply put, people are not hurting enough just yet.

        • Nevsky

          I really don’t mind Liberals getting “enlightened” the hard way, I just don’t want get hurt myself because of THEIR stupidity.

    • dukem1

      These rally-ers are too “tarded to form a conspiracy.

  • Luca

    In other news: Not one to miss a photo op, president Obama was seen shooting hoops at the Oprah Winfrey School for Wayward Teens in Crown Heights.

  • Chip Carver

    Re-posting since I keep getting a message stating I have posted – but my post isn’t showing. So I apologize if anything becomes as redundant as our politician’s responses to crisis.

    These rallies sure accomplish a lot, don’t they? Our enemies appeal to the “emotion” of the
    sheeple, make people feel “good” that they’re taking some kind of
    meaningless “stand” against whatever. All in the hopes of circumventing
    real action, all in the hopes of keeping our attention off who’s really

    This show of unity and strength will be sure to
    keep the muslims, to keep all non-whites at bay. Idiots are the only
    ones foolish enough to believe that that the only thing these people
    understand is force.

  • DaveMed

    I don’t know. I think that all of this is basically a manifestation of the ever-growing professional victim class. But if it means a bit more spillover into PEGIDA and similar movements, good.

    • Nevsky

      Interesting that the biggest PEGIDA rallies originated in Dresden, the city that was shielded from Liberalism by the Iron Curtain till the fall of the Berlin Wall.

  • Frank_DeScushin

    The European establishment quickly scrambled to make this rally about unity and tolerance. Like most of the elites’ positions regarding multiculturalism, there is little evidence that the average European still seeks unity with and tolerance for Muslims that show little unity with and no tolerance for them.

    • Nevsky

      I wish you were right, but so far all I see is an ocean of confused, “color blind” whites following their suicidal leaders.

      • See The Future

        What he said!

    • lily-white

      “Following the meeting, the ministers issued a statement saying that greater internet and borders surveillance was needed to combat terrorist attacks.”
      Translation – “While we whole heartedly support the flood of third world peasants, massive funding for the police/survelance state is essential.

      • dukem1

        Good point!

  • Christorchaos

    Never have so many
    marched with such an unarticulated purpose.

    “Whadda we want? I dont know!
    When do we want it? Now!”

    • Nevsky

      Precisely my thought.

    • pcmustgo

      Except at Occupy Wall St.

    • Lantern

      You got it in a nutshell. Brilliant!

  • pcmustgo

    The problem is they are still rallying for “unity”.. how about rallying to kick out muslims and end all muslim immigration. They’re still hand-holding with “moderate Muslims”. But this is indeed their biggest rally ever cause it’s the most important issue France or any country or people will ever face- SELF-PRESERVATION.

    • Nevsky

      When we’ll have as many people explicitly marching against multiculturalism or diversity, then it will be the dawn of the white consciousness.

    • pcmustgo

      That being said, this is a major wake-up call worldwide that “Diversity” doesn’t always work, and in fact usually never works. I’M PROUD OF ALL THE PROTESTERS…. I haven’t been this excited about something in ages. It’s the start of something BIG… THE START OF A MOVEMENT.

      • See The Future

        You got to be kidding! I see this as a feel good exercise that will only support the status quo and you know where that is going. They are all holding hands and talking unity. Insanity.

      • Lantern

        Its simply a baleful testament to the malleability of a nations population. To put it another way, witnessing a flock of sheep corralled in the shepherd’s desired direction using psychological whistles and dogs. Its total bollox!

    • MBlanc46

      Well, unity except for the Front National.

      • See The Future

        There was almost nothing about that in the western media.

  • dd121

    The French got shot at by their enemies, they just didn’t draw the correct conclusions from that attack.

    • See The Future

      Marine LePen missed an opportunity to try to rally the French people against islam and muslim immigration. The soft line approach will not be effective, there is no point in playing the political game under the circumstances. Go hard line and go for it. It is the only political option. And is more than likely to fail completely when you look at the spectacle we have witnessed.

      Bottom line is that islam in totally incompatible with western society.

      • Ella

        Le Pen knows better than to make this into a political opportunity. If she went for it, she would be smeared in public by media and world leaders before an important election. She hopes the French will do different at the voting booth when no one is looking. If the French voters don’t, they have to live with frequent mayhem and violence for being gutless.

        • MBlanc46

          That’s a reasonable analysis. I hope that it turns out to be the correct one.

          • See The Future

            I hope so too!……….but I would not hold my breath waiting for the masses to awaken on their own. The media and influential people will continue to keep the masses in step with what they want to achieve. Democracy in its purest form is mob rule and the elite’s play the game very well.

          • MBlanc46

            The outlook isn’t brilliant, that’s for sure.

      • RationaliseThis

        Le Penn held a rally in another city.

      • FozzieT

        I read that Le Pen was not invited to the Paris rallies (unlike the leaders of more liberal groups), so she participated in another city.

    • Lantern

      They allowed the Euro-Elite and MSM to draw their conclusions for them. Why people place so much earnest trust in media narratives is baffling to me. The most practical rebellion people could make at this time is to stick a big white finger up to the MSM coupled with the affirmation “Go f**k yourself MSM. I don’t believe a f**king word you say!”

  • Nevsky

    If only we could use this momentum and turn this tide against multiculturalism and political correctness. Otherwise, its just 3.7 million marching in sake of marching.

    • See The Future

      They were marching for the sake of marching. Opportunity missed. Sad!

  • Evette Coutier

    People need an inciting incident.

    • See The Future

      Like a total economic collapse.

      • Lantern

        There needs to be a vicious campaign to discredit the mainstream media. The Elites principal weapon for maintaining power.

    • meanqueen

      We had 9/11. What more could the people need?

  • Alucard_the_last

    There may be hope for France after all. I don’t have the same feeling about America. If the Christian-Newsom murders didn’t make news, then I doubt our Marxist media will ever say a peep about islamic and minority crimes and terrorism.

  • Capn Dad

    All I saw were lemmings marching over the cliff to their doom.

    • dukem1


  • Ludwig

    If this attack had taken place in the U.S.A. And the target was a racial realist publication and the perpetrators were black radicals, I doubt that world leaders would gather to express solidarity and lament an attack on free speech. I imagine the emphasis would have been put on the problem of hate speech. And the race realist would have been blamed for inciting the attack. Je suis Jared Taylor.

    • Albert

      Some French politicians have tried to put that very spin on the current situation, claiming that the attack was provoked and painting the publication as hateful and inflammatory. Amazing how the far left can spin things like that in a way that blames and demonizes the victim and evangelizes the criminal.

      • Daniel McGrath

        The publication deliberately provoked Muslims while offering zero practical solutions to the Muslim infestation. Indeed Hebdo seriously attempted to get Front National banned. Banned. It’s like installing a hornet nest in your house whacking the nest and moaning about getting stung.

        • Lantern

          That’s about it!

  • Tarczan

    This is the protest version of a “Co-exist” bumper sticker.

  • IKUredux

    This march was pointless. It will accomplish nothing. I’m surprised everyone didn’t sit home and tweet”#I’mmarchingforcharlie”. Big deal! What the f is that march supposed to do? You want to say something? Demand a stop to immigration, and use a sword with a fing pen taped to the blade.

  • Da Troof

    And those same people will vote in favor of thought crime laws next election.

  • Screamin_Ruffed_Grouse

    Our values are liberty, equality and fraternity and we cannot allow terrorists to dictate to us,”

    Putting aside for a moment the sheer stupidity of this statement (liberty and equality are mutually exclusive, and fraternity only works among willing groups of like people), it is also irrelevant: Islam’s only value is submission. Specifically, submission of everyone else to Muslims. It’s right there in the name.

    Boy, these lefties just love their rallies, don’t they? Do they seriously think this accomplishes a damned thing? Hoo boy, you’d better not kill any of us, or we’re gonna walk down the middle of the street and say we’re united! Those terrorists must be shaking in their boots.

    Uh huh. Call me when you start marching into their Sharia no-go zones, rounding up/imprisoning/executing their leaders and shipping the rest back to the third world hellholes they came from.

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    French President Francois Hollande rejected any links between the perpetrators of the recent terror attacks around the capital Paris with Islam…and said those behind the Paris assaults were ‘fanatics who have nothing to do with Islam.’

    “Islam belongs to Germany”

    — Angela Merkel, Chancellor or Germany

    This is the same elite that claims that free speech is sacrosanct – yet any discussion of the deleterious effects of multiculturalism or immigration is strictly verbotten.

    Is this what the people want?

    The crowd should demand their hypocritical, lefty, anti-White politicians that support the immigration of Muslims into White lands be removed from office and all non-White immigration stop immediately.

    Do these people understand that they cannot peacefully coexist with Muslims? Do Muslims add anything to their culture or economy?

    Or do they add to crime rates and denigrate French culture?

    Can Native Born White French (or Germans, or English or any other White people) peacefully co-exist and live side-by-side with Muslims?

    Can Muslims assimilate and integrate with White Euopean populations?

    If these lefty leaders are so “tolerant” they should make it impossible for intolerant and violent Muslims to enter White countries to rape White children.

    Was life better in France without Muslims?

    “I am NOT Charlie”

    http //wakeupfromyourslumber com/i-am-not-charlie/

    Is THIS what the people want?

    • RationaliseThis

      Time for Oma to retire.

    • Kenner

      Bon, what are those flags in the fourth photo? I’ve never seen them before-

      • Bon, From the Land of Babble

        Those are the flags of a French Nationalist movement called L’Œuvre Française, “The French Mission.”

        The symbol on the flag is a Celtic Cross, a symbol of White unity.

  • LHathaway

    Because if our rainbow flag of unity had fallen victims to these attacks, that would have been a crime much worse?

  • RationaliseThis

    These protests mean nothing, it takes no balls for sheeple to go on a government status quo official protest. It’s about as those “spontaneous” people’s demonstrations they had in the old eastern block. If anything their gullibility will come in usefull.

  • Garrett Brown

    Je Suis Charlie Martel, Je Suis Charlemagne, Je Suis Ernst Rüdiger von Starhemberg, Je Suis Jan III Sobieski, Je Suis all of Europe’s saviors.

    • Speedy Steve

      Je suis Lepanto, je suis Navarino.

      • Garrett Brown

        I would have loved to watch the battle of Lepanto (and of course take part in defeating the Turks). How glorious that would have been, maybe even beautiful with the massive number of ships.

  • a1781054

    “Samia Ghali, mayor of one of Marseille’s districts, told the BBC that people there were marching for tolerance and co-existence.”

    Oh god, just stop it.

    • See The Future

      Marseille is approx. 35 percent muslim

      • benvad

        Didn’t France free the Algerians? They missed them so much they followed the back to France.

  • james AZ

    UNITY and NO-GO ZONES limit off to non-Muslims are not harmony? WHAT HELL with French president marched for unity!!!!!!!!!!

  • james AZ

    France have about 751 no-go zones. And Sweden have 55 no-go zones ……

    • Nevsky

      Sweden will overtake France in no time in this race for diversity

      • See The Future

        They are already in the lead.

        And like France the political parties have chosen to unite against the nationalist parties.

  • Daniel McGrath

    Frankly, the march was pointless bull.

    Why bother showing up? The Gunmen looked like Obama’s Sons anyway.

    • Nevsky

      Sisters Williams look like his sons

  • John Smith

    Sucks to live in France. Deny the holocaust, the jews kill you, make fun of mohammed, the muslims kill you.

    • Nevsky

      I heard its very difficult to bed local mademoiselles as well

      • See The Future

        Yes very difficult for white men, but the blacks have no problem.

  • Caucasoid88

    Charlie Hedbo is an extremely far-left magazine, and as we all know, liberals love a good march. It’s only the biggest turnout because it suddenly became trendy to support free speech over political correctness when 12 employees of a very libby rag faced the wrath of Islamic insecurity and violence.

  • Whirlwinder

    France is doomed. Four million people rallying around the phrase, “we can live together” with Islam. This is not possible. France will give way to Islam and this is the beginning of the end of western civilization in Europe.

    • See The Future

      France is truly doomed.

      • Epiminondas

        If they have a going-out-of-business sale at the Louvre, I hope I can get some cheap sculpture.

        • Kenner

          Very little in that museum would survive sharia.

  • See The Future

    10,000 troops in Paris. Troops protecting 700 Jewish schools.

    For 3 mentally deranged gunmen operating in “lone wolf” mode.

    Is this not something normally handled by a small tactical squad.

    • meanqueen

      “Lone wolf mode?” I take it you don’t believe we are at war with a well-funded, well-organized, well-trained Islamic terrorist army.

      • See The Future

        An attempt at sarcasm!

        Of course we are war with all of islam!

        But our side has not figured it out yet.

        • Manxman3

          I really don’t see it as ‘we are at war with Islam’. We should be at war with immigration and those who facilitate it. Muslims and immigrants should not be in our countries and we shouldn’t be in their’s. Muslims aren’t the problem. It’s muslims being in our countries that is the problem. Their backward beliefs would be no threat to us if we had remained separate.

        • meanqueen

          Oh, gosh! I’m sorry! Usually I’m better at picking up sarcasm. Good one!

      • Robert Smith

        Who opened the gate?

        • meanqueen

          No single group opened the gate. There is much blame to go around.

  • MartelsGhost

    Je Suis Blanc et Fier!

    • benvad

      Bravo Monsieur bravo.

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  • Dave West

    As assine as these “free speech,” cry-baby rallies are, the situation with libs could be worse.

    I’m actually surprised they’re not blaming the publication for “provoking” their Muslim pets!

  • Dave West

    France is finished.

    Two Muslim terrorist attacks have occurred within a week and the masses have woke up just enough to complain about “religion” and praise the mythical “moderate Muslim.” Then they slipped back into their brainwashed libtard dream. The future of whites in Western Europe, as of right now, rests a decent proportion of its success on people who are only brave enough to buy a COEXIST sticker and put tape over their mouths.

  • Viking_61

    Yet they will not think twice about jailing someone for a Holocaust cartoon.

    • Robert Smith

      Cartoons of theistic buggery are now the standard of free speech. Historical discourse and political differences are of course hate speech.

  • Ringo Lennon

    It would have been cool if the 1.6 million marchers went through the “no go” zones in Paris were these cockroaches live and breed. Now that would have been productive. Put a little fear into these invaders.

    • Epiminondas

      Invaders??? They were invited in. Welcomed with open arms.

  • baldridge999

    If anti-white dirt bags such as Cameron and Merkel are supporting this march, that’s proof that it’s worthless.

  • See The Future

    I am a reasonable man and I share your sentiment.

    But after the election results of 2017, I think you will see that keeping calm and allowing the democratic process to play its course is a grand failure.

    But I suppose, the people will have spoken, and for the rest of us it is only to enjoy the time that is left and pass on.

    • Lantern

      2017 isn’t here yet so who knows? The media, formidable though it is, can only keep peddling lies for so long, and they know it. I think there’s much to be said for an all out counter psy-op against the media with the goal of reducing their credibility in the public imagination to zero.

  • Manxman3

    A bunch of lesbians and assorted degenerates holding pencils in the air while hundreds of thousands of muslims continue to flood into Europe every year. Ooooh, golly gosh! Radical and brave response to the invasion. The Musrats must be laughing at them.

  • Epiminondas

    They may as well have been carrying banners reading, “Come and kill us, Muslims! We’re debauched! And you can keep coming here to finish us off!”

  • Lantern

    All with the theme of “defending free-speech”. If it were Nationalists who were killed, as in Greece, the Elite would not have been able to conceal their glee!

  • Harvey42

    What the matter with the French? How can you have a unity march without stealing and the destruction of property? A march with no mayhem, is a yawn.

    • Kenner

      A Schmoo! Long time no see!

  • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

    I guess the French were better under the Germans than thy will be if th muslims take over.

  • GovSlacker

    Another futile gesture by the fools who are about to become extinct. Liberals never learn from their mistakes. It is so much fun to repeat your failures. Three million frenchmen want to die at the hands of exrtemists. Solidarity is not effect if it is grounded in stupidity and a retched clinging to one’s idealogy.

  • CallahanAuto

    OK, but here in the real world, how many white French people are Muslims?

  • Rick

    They need to rally for unity in putting a boot to the rear end of the Muslims—French-born or not—-forcibly remove them from the nation and back to lands where Sharia law IS the law of the land.

  • crockadoodle6

    Unity Rally? Just more misdirected steam. It’s not pushing any pistons and won’t change or move a thing. Unity Rally? Unity Rally? The next day people are back to ignoring the red right hand of islam.
    This is exactly what the liberal governments want….misdirected energy. For God’s sake, don’t invest the energy on tearing up the muslim ghettos and chasing the sharia-loving degenerates back to the islamic dumpster, aka Mecca. No. That would be intolerant.
    Did we wake up in a bad nightmare? Just gnaw off your legs and sign up for a marathon. The unity rally makes as much sense. Stupid.

  • David Ashton

    Re-read Gustave LeBon, mes amis.