The president of France’s far right Rassemblement National party (formerly the Front National) Marine is set to stand trial over her tweeting of gruesome images of Isis atrocities in the Middle East, which included a photo of the decapitated body of US reporter James Foley.
So a society that teaches homosexuality to four-year-olds and encourages mentally disturbed children to have their genitals mutilated thinks that young people should not be shown images of the terror threat posed by thugs sponsored by some of its closest allies.
And to stop that happening it uses a law supposedly designed to stop terrorist propaganda to stop people sending out warnings about and criticism of terrorists. By this ‘logic’, their insistence on putting gruesome cancer photos on cigarette packets is glorifying cancer and encouraging smoking!
The whole affair also shows how the law is being perverted in order to create the climate in which the liberal state can cover up the full horror of future Islamist terror attacks, then imprison anyone who gets hold of photos or footage and dares to act to show the public the full truth about what they face.
This is much more than just theoretical. During the attack on the Bataclan Theatre on November 2015, the ISIS terror gang gouged out the eyes of some of their victims. This bestial brutality was, however, never revealed by the political, police or media elite, lest it make the French people even more angry about this very ugly consequence of uncontrolled immigration and the elite’s wicked role in the creation and use Islamist terror gangs as foreign policy auxiliaries in places like Libya and Syria.
In the end, however, there’s not much point blaming the elites. After all, it is the French people who have so lost their moral compass and commonsense that they allow their masters to get away with such monstrous things.
When people allow their country and security to be simply given away, in exchange for a ‘mess of potage’ of social security, pensions and well-stocked shopping malls, there comes a point at which they are as guilty as the individuals who actually implement the policies of national suicide.
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