About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

25 Replies to “Update on the murder of an elderly Jewish woman in Paris”

  1. Imagine surviving everything that woman had survived in her life, only then to meet this end. Is it not as clear a signal as any that the threat today is equal or greater than the threat she faced in her youth?

    • Hardly.
      She was tortured as a child because she was a Jew.
      Trapped, no where to go. That’s no longer the case.
      Never again.

      It’s very tempting to go all universal.
      We are all Anne Frank. We are all Charlie.

      This is a human being. Not an object lesson.
      This lady deserves to be considered in her _specificity_.

      She was a JEW. That’s why SHE was murdered.

      • I got from these videos that one should
        1) avoid someone who has been in prison recently because he could have acquired worse habits
        2) take an interest in knowing more about how your mother’s neighbors might have recently changed
        3) being a French Jew is some kind of tightrope walk
        ————-
        Le fils de Mireille Knoll désavoue le CRIF qui refuse au FN de venir à sa Marche Blanche (RMC,28/03) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WYeTF37rXZg

        • Vegan "Bacon Bits" are awesome. I'm told that's only if you're a virgin. So to speak.
          ……..
          It’s hard to stay with the rage, it’s so intense.
          But we’ve got to do it.

          The enemy tries to dehumanize us. Count the murdered, round-off numbers.
          => NUMBERS – no longer PEOPLE.

          Vanish the total in collective statistics, merge them with other tallies, meaningless. Hold some vacuous memorial service, another stone monument for dogs to pee on.

          That’s what the Turk does with the Armenian Genocide. “Oh, it was war. People died…”

          1000s of children raped in not-so-Great Britain. “Slags, that’d happen anyway…”

  2. The debate over capital punishment seems nonexistent in western countries–as if the “science is closed” on the matter.

    Never can I recall in any discussions on the topic, however, the issue of Muslim radicalization in the prison system as a valid issue worthy of seriously revisiting this matter.

    When did we begin cleaning hospitals? The whole idea of sterilization seemed to take hold in the late 1800s as a countermeasure to combat the effects of harmful bacteria. Ignoring bacteria and disease in the hope that this will be an effective cleaning measure seems willfully ignorant given what we know. Why should any modern society tolerate such negligent behavior when the “science is closed” on the merits of sterilization?

    The attached is the first result of a DuckDuckGo search on the subject.

    https://www.nij.gov/journals/261/Pages/prisoner-radicalization.aspx

    • “My research found that:

      Although only a very small percentage of converts turn radical beliefs into terrorist action, the James case is not an isolated event. Gang intelligence officers in Florida and California reported having uncovered potential terrorist plots inside prisons.

      Prisoners who convert to a non-Judeo-Christian religion are primarily searching for meaning and identity. In most cases, the conversion experience makes a meaningful contribution to prisoner rehabilitation.

      Radicalization in prisons is linked to prison gangs.

      Inmate leadership is the most important factor in prisoner radicalization”

  3. All of your posts are valid, the problem is the left has convinced too many people that capital punishment is uncivilized and they are forcing the rest of us to live in their fantasy world. When the civil wars start these useful idiots will be out on the streets screaming about how evil and uncivilized it is to fight for your culture and nation.

    The times aren’t more dangerous the during WWII but they are moving in that direction.

  4. There should be no such thing as hate crime laws. People should be prosecuted for violating the space, health, and liberty of others – regardless of their intentions.

  5. NRA Slams YouTube Over Firearms Safety Censorship

    Last week it became clear YouTube is jumping all in on gun control by banning a number of channels run by gun companies, firearms enthusiasts and instructors. The video service argues this kind of content violates YouTube’s terms of agreements and encourages violence.

    But the National Rifle Association, which trains hundreds of certified firearms instructors and has a YouTube page of its own, isn’t buying the excuses.

    https://townhall.com/tipsheet/katiepavlich/2018/03/27/nra-slams-youtube-over-firearms-safety-censorship-n2465097

  6. Informant told FBI Russia aided Iranian nuke program using same laundering as in U.S dealings
    Solomon & Spann, The Hill

    [Ed. – This is William Campbell, the FBI informant who provided evidence of a Russian kickback scheme involving the Clintons He was also able to tell the FBI Russia was using backdoor operations to aid Iran’s nuclear program — i.e., in ways that presumably violated sanctions, since the Russians didn’t want to be found out — at the same time the Obama administration was making decisions about things like Uranium One and shipping its uranium stock out of the country.]

    https://libertyunyielding.com/2018/03/27/informant-told-fbi-russia-aided-iranian-nuke-program-using-laundering-u-s-dealings/

    Informant provided FBI evidence Russia aided Iran nuclear program during Obama years

    A former undercover informant says he provided evidence to the FBI during President Obama’s first term that Russia was assisting Iran’s nuclear program even as billions in new U.S. business flowed to Moscow’s uranium industry.

    William Douglas Campbell told The Hill his evidence included that Russia was intercepting nonpublic copies of international inspection reports on Tehran’s nuclear program and sending equipment, advice and materials to a nuclear facility inside Iran.

    Campbell said Russian nuclear executives were extremely concerned that Moscow’s ongoing assistance to Iran might boomerang on them just as they were winning billions of dollars in new nuclear fuel contracts inside the United States.

    “The people I was working with had been briefed by Moscow to keep a very low profile regarding Moscow’s work with Tehran,” Campbell said in an interview. “Moscow was supplying equipment, nuclear equipment, nuclear services to Iran. And Moscow, specifically the leadership in Moscow, were concerned that it would offset the strategy they had here in the United States if the United States understood the close relationship between Moscow and Tehran.”

    http://thehill.com/video/in-the-news/380366-informant-provided-fbi-evidence-russia-aided-iran-nuclear-program-during

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