The Merry Month Of Ramadan

From Galla Watch

Ramadan began this year around May 15, and will end around June 14

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The photo at the top from Riposte Laïque could be entitled Skid Row somewhere in Occupied France during Ramadan.

A French article tells us one good thing about Ramadan: the Muslims do not go out at night. So if you happen to take a bus or subway at night during Ramadan you will think you are back in pre-Islamic France, before 1974. You will be free to take any seat you want, read a book, and enjoy the scenery.

How long it’s been since we’ve been able to enjoy a bus ride in the Western world! Remember when the windows were kept open, fresh air brought the smell of mown grass, and no one thought of the danger of being hit in the head with a rock. It’s been a long long time.

Nonetheless I must caution against going out at night. Apparently not all Muslims stay in.

During Ramadan crime flourishes. Just before the holiday began, there was a deadly attack by a Chechen immigrant wielding a knife in the 2nd arrondissement of Paris. A young man of 29, a passer-by, was killed; several others were wounded, but all have survived. The attack occurred around 9:00 p.m. near the Opéra. Witnesses said that the assailant cried “Allah Akbar” and the case was turned over to the anti-terrorism section of the Paris prosecutor’s office. The police used firearms to kill the assailant and later the Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack. (Source: Jean-Marc Morandidni)

Emmanuel Macron’s tweet was in keeping with his delusions about freedom in France:

“France is once again paying the price in blood but will not yield one inch to the enemies of freedom.”

Obviously Macron does not see himself as an enemy of freedom. Nor does he see his immigration policy as an obstacle to freedom. Nor does he see his crackdown on “inciting to hatred” as an impediment to freedom of speech. Nor does he see the imminent release from prison of terrorists as a problem for the French. The French are free, they can say anything the want so long as he approves of it. The borders remain open, criminals are released without serving their time in jail. How could you dare to imagine that the French are not free?

The mayor, the Prime minister, the Interior minister and Emmanuel Macron all praised the quick intervention by the police (who fortunately were allowed to make use of their guns).

As for the killer, who was himself killed, his name was Khamzat Azimov, born 1997, naturalized French in 2010, and on file (the “S” file) as a potential threat to security (photo below). Hence, he was known to the authorities. His parents were taken into custody, as the investigation got under way.

 

Another crime committed on Saturday June 2, in Mourmelon-le-Grand, is still in need of clarification. According to the police, a young man named Kevin, 17, died after being stabbed twenty times. Kevin had been walking with his girlfriend when, according to her testimony, a man tried to grab her purse. Kevin went to her defense and paid with his life. A police portrait of the killer made with help from the girl seems to indicate he is an immigrant:

But more than the stab wounds, Kevin had a large wound on his throat, indicating attempted decapitation.

However a local paper, L’Union, tried to place the blame on Kevin, saying that he stared at the killer (remember, if you stare at immigrants, they take that to be a provocation). The same paper reprimanded readers who expressed indignation at the way French youth are being killed, and almost always by the same people. Marine Le Pen tweeted:

– Kevin, a young man of 17, was killed because he “stared threateningly” at his assailant who stabbed him 20 times in front of his girlfriend. The primary suspect is an immigrant. I refuse to accept this barbarity that is killing the youth of France! MLP.

At Riposte Laïque an article by Martin Moisan defends Marine’s tweet against her critics:

Marine’s comment is in no way scandalous, and is not an attempt to capitalize (on the public’s fears). She points out, justifiably and contrary to politicians and journalists that the excessive criminality in France is almost always the work of immigrants. She adds that she cannot accept the disappearance of the youth of France, for we must repeat: those who slit throats are almost always Muslims and those whose throats are slit almost always French.

I myself wrote an article explaining that the method used by Kevin’s killer was similar to that used by Muslim assassins at the place de l’Opéra, or in Montpellier or in Marseille.

That’s when a coup de théâtre exploded, and a new version of the event was presented to us as a case of settling accounts between lovers.

Moisan reveals that in the new version of the crime, the killer was the former boyfriend of Kevin’s girlfriend. The killer is now given the pseudo of “Aurélien” and the girl is now called “Marine”! So we must believe that “Aurélien” killed Kevin over “Marine”.

One comment at Riposte Laïque suggests the police portrait was a fake. The commenters argue back and forth about the possibility that the killer was a Frenchman and on the dangers of jumping to conclusions before the facts are known. The biggest danger of course is that your enemy (i.e., the media) will foam with delight and that the Muslims will bask in the glow of victimhood.

In the United States we are all too familiar with this scenario. We must not rush to judgment, we must not assume, we must not speculate, because to do so means we are racist, Islamophobic, etc… The taboo on speculation is directly connected to the rise in immigrant and/or black crime. Here, as black crime rose dramatically in the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s and beyond, the taboo increased accordingly. The taboo, which is a type of superstition, is a measure designed to punish those who see, speak and hear “evil” and an admission, however concealed, that the protected minorities are indeed responsible for most (certainly not all) crimes.

As I post I still don’t know who killed Kevin. However an article dated June 5 from 20 Minutes indicates that the police portrait was not a fake, and that there was a wound at the victim’s throat. If the portrait was authentic, it is most likely the killer was not an ethnic Frenchman, but a foreigner (whether born in France or not). However, comments to the article insist that the two boys knew each in high school (which does not prove anything except that possibly the girl did know him and was better able to assist with the portrait.) The various taboos that accompany crimes such as this one make it all the more difficult to learn the truth. Sometimes, in France, the public never gets to see the face of a killer, so intensive is government protection of certain groups.

A splendid Ramadan gift to Islamic terrorists from their French benefactors is the focus of this article from RT, dated June 7:

About 450 radicalized detainees, including 50 Islamic terrorists, will walk free by the end of 2019 in France, the Justice Minister said. French prisons struggle with overcrowding, violence and often fail to combat radicalization.

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[READ THE REST THERE]

Below, the Fleury-Mérogis prison. Another RT article describes this terrifying institution. I think the French should find an overseas location for their prisoners. There were good reasons for maintaining Devil’s Island, notorious though it be, that closed in 1953.

The prison has housed several well-known jihadists. Among them was Salah Abdeslam, who was behind the 2015 Paris attacks, Amedy Coulibaly, who attacked a kosher store in January 2015, and the Charlie Hebdo attacker Cherif Kouachi.

France has already thwarted an attack prepared by radicalized prisoners. In October 2017 French police charged two inmates with plotting terrorist attacks – within days of their scheduled release. The men served time behind bars for non-terrorist crimes.

Back in 2016 a report by a UK think tank stated that European prisons have become ‘breeding grounds’ for extremist movements, adding that jails have become “places of vulnerability” where jihadists can find plenty of ‘angry young men’ who are ‘ripe’ for radicalization.

Another tale of terror during Ramadan (and not limited to Ramadan) comes from the city of Toulon, where the mayor is at the end of his rope (possibly literally if he is not careful!). Var-Matin reports:

Shootings, drugs, homicides. Toulon is experiencing a wave of troubling violence according to the Les Républicains mayor, Hubert Falco.

(Reminder: Les Républicains is the largest conservative party, originally founded by Nicolas Sarkozy under the name UMP).

After the most recent shooting on Monday evening (June 4) he wrote a letter to the Prime minister and to the Interior minister requesting national police reinforcements. The text of the letter indicates he has been asking for help for almost a year. When Interior minister Gérard Collomb announced on May 22 that he would send reinforcements to Marseille, Hubert Falco wondered:

“I am not trying to be political on this topic. It is too serious, but the Interior minister did not stop in Toulon during his recent visit. We have the same problems as Marseille and Nice. (…) At the present time, the police are under-equipped, but a patrol during the night can dissuade… Of course we are worried by what has been happening in our neighborhoods for weeks. We are concerned. We know what happens in the neighborhoods, we listen to people who live there, but we do not make the decisions. Toulon must be helped.”

Below, a Ramadan cartoon from Riposte Laïque confirms that some Muslims do indeed go out at night.

“Are we allowed to kill during Ramadan?” “Yes, but only at night!”

COMMENT – Isn’t it about time Christians wake up from their complacency and put a stop to this silent invasion of murderous Islam into our lands?

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6 Responses to The Merry Month Of Ramadan

  1. mmvc says:

    The list of those raped, attacked, injured and murdered by muslim migrants in Germany since 2015 when Merkel threw open the country’s borders, is also growing. Only some of the most horrific (isolated!) cases have made it into the headlines of the mainstream media:

    https://www.thelocal.de/20180608/after-rape-murder-shocks-germany-suspect-captured-in-iraq

    https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/12494/germany-migrants-rape-feldman

  2. Adam says:

    Islam is directly opposed to western civilization and Christianity…there is no debate needed…its evil. Pope Leo IV built the walls around the Vatican in 880s AD to stop Muslims raids after they plundered the Sacred Shrines of Sts Peter and Paul. They need to be stopped not given more opportunity to harass us as they try to claim the moral ground as victims of persecution.

  3. Adam says:

    Pope Benedict was right at Regensburg.

  4. mmvc says:

    Italy at breaking point:

    From RT News

    The new Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini explained the reasons behind his decision to close Italian ports to migrant rescue ships, at a press conference in Milan on Monday.

    “I want to put an end to this human trafficking which puts thousands of lives at risk. So the same way we raised the issue for the Aquarius, we will raise it for all other vessels that will be following,” said Salvini, who came under criticism for his decision.

    “There are other countries – I’m hinting at France – which instead of accepting, they repel the migrants. So this is the question we raised this morning on the table of the European Commission also for what it has to do with the redistributions that were agreed on paper but are not currently in place,” he added.

    “Our objective is, we hope, the same one with that of the semester of the Austrian presidency, which is to protect the external borders of Europe. It is not that a trouble shares is a trouble halved but the goal is to protect the European borders and Italy is one European border,” concluded Salvini.

    Aquarius rescued 629 people in two different operations, with help from the Italian coastguard. They were to set dock in Sicily, but Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini responded by closing Italian ports and said Malta should take the boat. Spain has since offered ‘safe harbour’ to the migrant rescue ship.

  5. kathleen says:

    That’s right! Pedro Sánchez (the only Prime Minister to ever come to power having lost the last elections by a considerable margin) pats himself on the back at his “merciful” act, when the general population is anything but pleased at his decision.

    This unprecedented immigration phenomenon is causing real havoc in many parts of Spain right now, just like it is in so many other European countries. Although it hasn’t reached the breaking point of Italy yet, literally inundated with these economic migrants (the vast majority of which cannot be classed as “refugees” under any circumstances) this uncontrolled mass illegal immigration is creating rising crime rates, ghettos on the outskirts of all cities, no-go zones, great insecurity and increased vandalism. As most of these immigrants are healthy young Muslim males with no respect for European women, these are particularly under constant threat nowadays. The rampaging riots of angry destructive Muslim Africans in Madrid recently only goes to prove the point.

    Salvini is right. So are Poland’s and Hungary’s ministers in refusing to accept these undesirables. And President Trump! Our first responsibility is for the well-being of our families and countrymen. Allowing an uncontrolled illegal immigration (almost 100% Islamic) into Europe is nothing more than a slow suicide. Where is the “mercy” for our future generations if this is allowed to continue at this rate?

  6. mmvc says:

    Well said, Kathleen!

    Despite the barrage of depressing news and the bleak outlook for our once Christian nations, we must hold on to the promise that in the end the Immaculate Heart of Mary will triumph!

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