After the November 13 terrorist attacks in Paris, the French ambassador to the U.S. wrote a letter to French ex-pats saying, "Yesterday journalists and Jews; now ordinary citizens whose only crime was to enjoy life on a Friday night in Paris.”
Now look at what John Kerry said:
That the terrorist attack against Charlie Hebdo and the Jewish supermarket had a "legitimacy" to it.
He quickly revised his word to a "rationale," but then he went on to compare them to the later November 13 attacks, which he called "absolutely indiscriminate.”
So...attacking Jews makes sense; attacking journalists who criticize Islam makes sense?
And here’s CNN:
"It wasn’t that a person was picked out because of their faith. It wasn’t because a person was picked out because of their jobs such as Charlie Hebdo. This was just people — any kind of person. And that has really shaken the people of Paris.”
If it was black churches being firebombed by the KKK, I’m not quite sure John Kerry, CNN and the French Ambassador would all be saying there’s a "rationale" to it.
But that’s how they’re conditioning us to accept terrorism overseas — even as they invite Canada and the U.S. to import tens of thousands of Muslim men as “refugees."
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