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PostPosted: Wed Aug 03, 2016 1:15 pm    Post subject:  Reply with quote

http://www.nowtheendbegins.com/mu...ahu-akbar-set-passenger-bus-fire/
8/3/16

Muslim Migrants In France Shout ‘Allahu Akbar’ As They Set Passenger Bus On Fire

Services in Muslim migrant suburbs of France have been beset for years by regular attacks, stonings, violence, and threats. On the 27th of July a group of men blocked a road in Saint-Denis, forcing the oncoming bus to stop. The mob then torched the bus, apparently shouting 'Allahu akbar'. It took three water cannons for firefighters to quell the flames, and the bus route has now been re-routed.


A viral video has captured a Muslim mob shouting ‘Allahu akbar’ stopping a bus before torching it, in what was the latest in a series of attacks on public transport in France.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Donald Trump said a few weeks ago that “France is no longer France”, and boy, was he ever right. Yesterday’s video of a Muslim mob in France setting a bus filled with passengers on fire tells you everything you need to know about what happens when Muslim migrants flood into your country.

Services in Muslim migrant suburbs of France have been beset for years by regular attacks, stonings, violence, and threats. On the 27th of July a group of men blocked a road in Saint-Denis, forcing the oncoming bus to stop. The mob then torched the bus, apparently shouting ‘Allahu akbar’. It took three water cannons for firefighters to quell the flames, and the bus route has now been re-routed.

Such incidents are not uncommon in the northern Paris suburb, where 36 per cent of residents were born overseas. The weekend before the ‘Allahu akbar’ torching, a bus driver and his passengers had to vacate the vehicle after people blocked it with a barricade of burning garbage. Windows of the bus were broken but no one was hurt.

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 04, 2016 5:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Muslims Firebomb Bus in Paris
Aug 3, 2016
 -  A gang of masked Muslims in Paris ambushed and burned down a passenger bus , the 28th of July 2016.  They set up a road block, threatened the bus driver, smashed the windows and set it the bus on fire.  The passengers escaped before one of the men screamed “Allahu Akbar” as he thew a Molotov Cocktail into the driver’s side, causing a loud explosion. The bus burnt down to a metal hull.
http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2...-muslims-firebomb-bus-paris-video


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 06, 2016 5:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Rouen, France fire
Aug 6, 2016
 -   A fast-moving fire swept through a birthday party in the basement of Cuba Libre  bar in Rouen, Normandy, killing at least 13 people and injuring six others.  The fire was accidental, possible gas explosion from the heat in a basement room doubtless too small for the number of people present.

The ceiling, which was covered in sound-insulating material, quickly ignited when candles were lit.  Initial reports of an explosion were denied.
http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stor...ULT&CTIME=2016-08-05-23-24-45
http://www.foxnews.com/world/2016...fire-hits-bar-in-french-city.html
https://www.rt.com/news/354814-france-rouen-bar-fire
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 22, 2016 10:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

http://abcnews.go.com/Internation...n-french-presidency-year-41571004
8/22/16
Sarkozy to Run for French Presidency Next Year

France's former conservative president Nicolas Sarkozy has formally announced he is running for the presidency again in next year's elections.

In an extract of a book released on his Facebook page Monday, Sarkozy wrote: "I have decided to be a candidate to the 2017 presidential election."

He added: "I've felt I had the force to wage this battle at a so tormented time of history."

Sarkozy, 61, is expected to lead a campaign based on hardline ideas on immigration and security in a country marked by recent terror attacks.

He must first win the primaries organized by the French right in November where he'll face competition from former prime minister Alain Juppe, favorite in the polls.

Sarkozy lost the presidential election to Francois Hollande in 2012 after his first term.
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 09, 2016 7:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

FREXIT 2017
Marine Le Pen offers the choice of leaving the EU.
Sep 3, 2016
 -  Marine Le Pen Promises EU Membership Referendum if Elected French President.
France’s National Front (FN) leader and presidential candidate Marine Le Pen said she would hold a referendum on France's membership of the European Union if she won the 2017 elections.  Le Pen vows to organize Frexit referendum, ban burkini if elected president.
The French presidential elections are scheduled for spring 2017.
https://www.rt.com/news/358183-le-pen-frexit-burkini
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/3465715/posts


A car packed with gas cylinders found near Notre Dame cathedral, Paris
September 7, 2016  DEBKA  -  Police say the Muslim car’s owner is now in custody, was on an intelligence watchlist. Found in the car also was a book written in Arabic.


PARIS
Police officer injured after Notre Dame incident
Sep 9, 2016  
DEBKA  -  French police roundup terror suspects in Paris after discovering a car packed with 7 gas canisters outside the Notre Dame cathedral. One of the women suspects struck a police officer with a knife and was shot in the head. The officer was injured. The  women, daughters of the car owner, a Muslim terror leader.


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French President Calls For France To ‘Embrace Islam’ After Devastating Islamic Terror Attacks

Asking whether Islam could co-exist with secularism, like Christianity and Judaism, he insisted: 'My answer is yes, certainly.' 'The question the Republic must answer is: Is it really ready to embrace a religion that it did not expect to be this big over a century ago? There too, my answer is yes, certainly.'

9/9/16

Islam can co-exist with secularism, President Francois Hollande said Thursday, warning in a speech seen as preparing the ground for a re-election bid that the anti-terror fight should not undermine French values.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Like Angela Merkel in Germany, French president Francois Hollande is on a crusade to destroy his country. After repeated Islamic terror attacks that have wreaked havoc in France, killing hundreds and wounding hundreds more, Hollande said yesterday that “yes, of course, we can peacefully coexist with Islam”. Speechless, honestly.

The deeply unpopular Hollande has yet to announce whether he will run for a second term next year, but is widely expected to be a candidate. In a passionate plea for tolerance, he defended the country’s Muslim minority following a vitriolic debate on the banning of the Islamic burkini swimsuit.
Paris terror attacks: why is France particularly targeted by the Islamic state group?

‘Nothing in the idea of secularism opposes the practice of Islam in France, provided it respects the law,’ Hollande said. Secularism was not a ‘state religion’ to be used against other religions, he said in the speech in Paris, denouncing the ‘stigmatisation of Muslims’.

Mayors in around 30 towns this summer cited France’s century-old secular laws in banning head-to-toe swimwear on their beaches, unleashing a furore. Several of the towns later revoked the bans after France’s highest administrative court ruled they were a ‘serious’ violation of basic freedoms.

Hollande rejected calls by conservatives, including his arch-rival, former president Nicolas Sarkozy, for the state to ban the burkini, saying it would be ‘unconstitutional’.
Asking whether Islam could co-exist with secularism, like Christianity and Judaism, he insisted: ‘My answer is yes, certainly.’

‘The question the Republic must answer is: Is it really ready to embrace a religion that it did not expect to be this big over a century ago? There too, my answer is yes, certainly.’

In a wide-ranging address Hollande cast himself as a guardian of democracy, resisting calls for more repressive laws following a string of jihadist attacks that have left over 230 people dead in France since January 2015.
Donald Trump declares World War after France Terror Attack

The authorities this week launched another anti-terror investigation, following the discovery of six gas cylinders in an abandoned car near Paris’ Notre Dame cathedral.

Seven people are being held over the find, which comes two months after a Tunisian radical slammed a lorry into a crowd of Bastille Day revellers in Nice, killing 86 people. Hollande said attack plots had been foiled ‘in recent days’ but did not elaborate.

The government has responded to the threat by deploying thousands of troops to patrol the streets, enacting a raft of anti-terror laws and repeatedly extending a state of emergency – measures deemed insufficient by the conservative opposition.

Sarkozy, who has announced a bid to try to win back the presidency in next year’s election, has called for suspected radicals to be interned in camps.

The former president responded late Thursday to Hollande’s comments, saying that ‘democracy can’t be weak. We are France, we cannot accept impotence.’ source
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Bomb squad neutralizes threat near synagogue
September 10, 2016
 DEBKA  -  A vehicle containing gas cylinders was found parked Saturday morning near the Bar Yochai synagogue in Marseille.
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French Jews: The first victims in a France where everyone is now in the crosshairs
10/9/16

The Jewish New Year is supposed to be a time of joy: apples and honey, family and faith. But in France — home to Europe’s largest Jewish community — the High Holidays are also a time of metal detectors and full-body pat-downs, ID checks and security interviews on the streets outside synagogues.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/wo...4ef7-8929-a26d5cdc3a93_story.html
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11/4/16
Paris climate change deal becomes international law

UNITED NATIONS — The Paris Agreement to combat climate change became international law on Friday — a landmark deal about tackling global warming amid growing fears that the world is becoming hotter even faster than scientists expected.

So far, 96 countries, accounting for just over two-thirds of the world's greenhouse gas emissions, have formally joined the accord, which seeks to limit global warming to 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit). More countries are expected to come aboard in the coming weeks and months.

Secretary General Ban-Ki moon commemorated the event, talking with civil society groups at U.N. headquarters in New York to hear their concerns and visions for the future.

"Today we make history in humankind's efforts to combat climate change," Ban said before opening the meeting.

He praised the civil groups for mobilizing hundreds of millions of people to back fighting climate change, but warned the outcome remained uncertain.

"We are still in a race against time. We need to transition to a low-emissions and climate-resilient future," Ban said. "Now is the time to strengthen global resolve, do what science demands and seize the opportunity to build a safer more sustainable world for all."

Scientists praised the speed at which the agreement, signed by over 190 parties last December in Paris, has come into force, saying it underscores a new commitment by the international community to address the problem which is melting polar ice caps, sending sea levels rising and transforming vast swaths of arable land into desert.

But environmentalists say the agreement is just the first step of a much longer and complicated process of transitioning away from fossil fuels, which currently supply the bulk of the planet's energy needs and also are the primary drivers of global warming.

Naomi Ages, climate liability project lead at Greenpeace, said that it was up to civil society groups to hold governments and corporations responsible.

"We know that existing fossil fuel projects will push us past 2 degrees, so we're mobilizing around the world to keep it in the ground and stop development of new fossil fuel projects," Ages said.

While the Paris agreement is legally binding, the emissions reductions that each country has committed to are not. Instead, the agreement seeks to create a transparent system that will allow the public to monitor how well each country is doing in meeting its goals in hopes that this will motivate them to transition more quickly to clean, renewable energy like wind, solar and hydropower.

The agreement also requires governments to develop climate action plans that will be periodically revised and replaced with new, even more ambitious, plans. Many of these details will begin to be addressed at the COP22 climate change meeting that begins next week in Marrakech, Morocco.

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