50 world leaders, and tens, maybe hundreds of thousands, marched in solidarity with the French cartoonists and Jewish civilians, slaughtered by radical Islamists. You will notice that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, as well as Palestinian leader Abbas, marched to either side of French President Holland. Not present? Our own President, the so-called leader of the Free World. His lame-duck, racist Attorney General was supposed to be our representative, but he was nowhere to be seen in the very extensive coverage.
What message did we just deliver to the rest of the world? That we don’t care, that we are above it all, that we don’t perceive a threat? Or maybe that some in our leadership might even sympathize with the goals of the terrorists? Outrageous? Sure, but there aren’t too many other interpretations to be applied to this appalling lack of solidarity displayed by our leadership.
Despite this dangerous embarrassment, the rally gives me more hope for the future than I’ve had in a long time. Presently, Europe is well on the path to become Eurabia, due to lax immigration and policing (not to mention individual firearm) policies. There is every chance of a recapitulation of the Holocaust under the brand of Radical Islam. But today, this very day, maybe, just maybe, Europe has awakened to its deadly trajectory, and along with the rest of the world, might just take steps to reverse the trend. Maybe, just maybe, those who died did not do so in vain, but gave their lives to awaken the world to the reality of these monsters: they murder Jews because they are Jews, they murder cartoonists because they are “offensive,” they wish to silence any dissent, they hope eventually to conquer and “fundamentally transform” the entire planet.
Maybe, just maybe, we will see a reversal of the “no-go” neighborhoods. Maybe we will see a denial of institution of Sharia law within these ghettos. Maybe there will be an understanding that anti-Semitism is a harbinger of the anti-West, anti-Colonial, anti-freedom agenda of these vermin, which has been adopted by the aging Marxist revolutionary wannabes that make up much of the Left in this and other Western nations.
There is only one response anyone should have to this post:
“Je Suis Juif, Je Suis Charlie”
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