November 17, 2015

The Parisian attitude: Is it resilience -- or resignation?

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

Gavin McInnes and I continue our reports on the Paris terror attacks of November 13, this time by visiting the kosher market where four were killed by a Muslim terrorist in January.

The Hypercacher market has since reopened. It is also well guarded and the manager didn't want to be filmed. Both of which are understandable.

It's a testament to the Parisian mentality that life must go on, but as Gavin said, it's hard to know whether or not this attitude is prompted by courage or apathy.

We also talk about the revealing conversation we had with our Muslim Uber driver on the way to the market.

It was reassuring and disturbing at the same time...

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commented 2015-11-18 03:37:06 -0500
There is nothing we can do, except cut and run; leave that place alone
commented 2015-11-17 22:36:07 -0500
Sean Penson would sit there and watch a woman get beat like a sad little scared child.
commented 2015-11-17 22:35:31 -0500
Sean when the hell do we react? When we are obliterated? You are one big fool, sorry we know better than to appease like cowards , that ends in destruction ,these pathetic cowardly killers are worms who murder innocents. And they love useful idiots like you to help them conquer the world. SHINY PONY SHINY PONY LMAO
commented 2015-11-17 22:33:20 -0500
Don Cloud’s Diary:I got no real arguments , so i insult a real leader when i would hide like a punk the second someone looked at me the wrong way.
commented 2015-11-17 21:11:49 -0500
Stephen harper’s diary
Dear diary: I got nothing … f**k! I miss my closet …
commented 2015-11-17 20:26:07 -0500
It is a number of things. The western sheep are afraid, self-blame, feel badk for the east, are pacifists, and have no ideaw what to do. On top of that, the westerners have difficulty thinking that terrorists are acting out of their religious faith.

While I do agree that the vast majority of muslims are not terrorists, I can’t help but wonder why so many terrorists identify as being muslim.
commented 2015-11-17 20:08:26 -0500
More proof again…. world full of lunatics.
commented 2015-11-17 19:40:34 -0500
+SEAN PENSON – Accidents….?
You best come back Ezra. There isn’t much time left now. The idiots are starting to crawl out from under their rocks.
commented 2015-11-17 18:15:11 -0500
Since we don’t know the motives for the accidents that happened on Friday, I don’t know how we are supposed to react. If we carry on with a sense of calmness and rationality, all will be well. If we react with intense militarism, all will not be well. IS is trying to force the west to react with force. Compassion and love is the answer. Sunny days are just around the corner.
commented 2015-11-17 17:57:01 -0500
November 17, 2015
Dear Diary;
Yikes! It turns out that this wouldn’t be the best time to announce cuts to the military. Fortunately Gerald’s already taken care of that. He’s penned the letter from me to everyone in the Forces to assure them that I’ll take care of them. To avoid using words like “reduce” and “cut”, Gerald said things like “lean” and “agile” and threw in stuff like “support systems”. That should do the job.
No rest for the wicked. I’m off to somewhere for some meeting called APEC for a meeting with other APEC-ERS. I don’t know who’s running this one. I asked Gerald if he knew who the APEC-ER HEAD was, but he just went into one of his giggling fits again. He’s been doing that a lot lately, I wonder if he’s getting his hands on better stuff than I’m getting?
commented 2015-11-17 17:52:51 -0500
Socialists suck the life out of the individual and their offensive drivel makes these vermin something to be avoided.

France is just part of the euro-rot that has been going on for 10+ years, but thanks to the central banks, the markets don’t reflect this misery.
commented 2015-11-17 17:31:07 -0500
Oh, with the link to the Rebel.
commented 2015-11-17 17:30:24 -0500
Reposted this on a couple of Paris France chatrooms. Comment la France pourrait laisser des terroristes connus dans leur pays ? My french isn’t what it used to be. Replies should be interesting.
commented 2015-11-17 17:22:18 -0500
Brad, do you take pride in being an asshole?
commented 2015-11-17 17:18:29 -0500
Ezra and Gavin if you get to read this message get out of Paris and go to the provinces, there you will meet the real French people they are so different than Parisans see what they think you will be surprised
commented 2015-11-17 17:11:03 -0500
The low-rent Glenn Beck and that-other-guy seem to be pissing off the Parisians. And it’s weird how this whole thing, somehow, turns into a litany of conspiracy theories and yakking about Zionism.

Considering all the liberals that bit the dust – students, artists, intellectuals, teachers, journalists, etc. – maybe Ezra should be hanging with ISIS and giving them Hi-5s for helping solve that liberal problem?
commented 2015-11-17 16:57:30 -0500
Socialism kills your brain, and is the equivalent of a lobotomy! I too think it’s resignation, but I also think there are those who will fight, and they are in the process of making plans to do just that. I have to believe that there are many who want to respond, but do to their governments insane policies, they have to make careful plans. It takes some time to build up a strong resistance.
commented 2015-11-17 16:28:23 -0500
I tend to think of it as resignation – if only because the french are attacking the mid east in a more aggressive manner but doing little at home – and that is where the trouble really is for them

Socialism removes the fire out of the belly of the populace.