Je suis Paris? Je suis Brussels? Je suis Nice? I far prefer 'Je suis fed up.'
With at least 84 dead at the hands of a Tunisian born terrorist, Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel, in Nice, France--the latest instance of Islamic terrorism against civilians--western media is still reluctant to call it terrorism.
A CBC story referred to the attack as being at the hands of a "terrorist"--in quotation marks though--rather than stating as plain fact what everyone else in the world knows.
Even Barack Obama, who wouldn't call Omar Mateen's shooting at Pulse nightclub an incident of 'radical Islam' referred to the Nice attack as terrorism, as did the United Nations Security Council and the French president.
Attacks like the one in Nice have become the norm now. They no longer surprise us. Yet still, the left will not call a spade a spade--or a Mohamed a Mohamed.
There will be more attacks like this in the future until western countries reform their approach to terrorism. That can't be done until they agree to acknowledge terrorism.