Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Prayers And Rallies For Charlie Hebdo Victims of Horrific Terror Attack in Paris And For Weak and Willing France Finally Coming to Its Senses

SOME OF THE MURDERED    Charlie Hebdo editor said 'I'd prefer to die standing than live on my knees.'

FOR THIS,  I DEFER TO STUART SCHNEIDERMAN TODAY.  I would only add the obvious that these militant Muslims are anti-life, anti-women and  anti-freedom.  They represent the darkest of evil, mental enslavement and depravity who are armed and always dangerous.  When will France and other countries overrun with these AK-47 toting vermin take a tough and courageous stand for its values and freedoms and say ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! and mean it?

Stuart quotes Carolyn Glick from her Facebook page:
Say a prayer for the victims of the terrorist attack on the French magazine Charlie Hebdo.
Then, read Caroline Glick's commentary, posted on Facebook this morning:
11 people so far are dead in the wake of the Islamic slaughter at Charlie Hebdo satirical newspaper. Their offense to the tender sensitivities of the religion of peace? The paper published an edition with drawings of Muhammed and made fun the totalitarian creed of Sharia.

I'd like to believe that this will bring the French to their senses. But all evidence to the contrary. The French have done nothing in the wake of every other Islamic outrage. They did nothing when the Muslims torched thousands and thousands of cars in 2005. They did nothing following Mohamed Merah's massacre of French soldiers and Jewish children. They did nothing after Ilan Halimi was tortured and murdered by Islamic monsters. They did nothing after the pogroms of the summer. They did nothing after a Jewish woman was gang raped in her home. They did nothing after jihadists ran over people in their car Jerusalem jihad style.

The socialists won the presidential elections because of the Muslim vote. They can't win without it.
Maybe this will push them over the edge. Maybe they will finally stand up and fight for their country.

We can pray for these people, their families and for their fearful and weak leaders---and ours---who have let this tragedy happen....again. We can pray that this tragedy for once and for all will push France over the edge... to reality and sanity.  How many wake up calls does this country need? 

When people lose their ability to be outraged and disgusted and replace these by wishful thinking, the end can't be far away.  Perhaps it's because of too much red wine?

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