On France’s national day, Bastille Day, a Muslim terrorist drove a big truck through a crowd in Nice. He murdered 84 people, and more than 200 were injured.
Manuel Valls, the socialist prime minister of France, said last week:
“Times have changed, and we should learn to live with terrorism. We have to show solidarity and collective calm.”
Really? Why? He doesn’t. Valls and the rest of the global liberal elite have their massive teams of security and private jets.
If a prime minister and a government can’t protect you from terrorism, then what is their purpose?
Well, a funny thing happened yesterday. When Manuel Valls went to lay his wreath in Nice, he was booed. It went on for three minutes.
What is this? A France that respects itself? That doesn’t want to accept terrorism as the new normal and wants a future of French values, not sharia values?
I see reports that the mood after Nice is more anger than sorrow. I hope so.
But so was the mood after 9/11.
And yet here we are, 15 years later, being slaughtered, while we’re told to shut up about our slaughterers and go meekly...
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