Yet another jihadi shooting in France

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Yet another jihadi shooting in France

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I was going to reply to this thread, then I found it didn't exist! You'll all know by now that a jihadi from went via Belgium to Paris and killed a policeman and shot two others with his Kalashnikov.
I thought I was going to reply to Manfred's prediction that the man would be declared mad rather than bad. That comment must have been about the previous atrocity - what, one, two, three days ago?
Anyway, Manfred's prediction applies equally well to this jihadi, it seems:
The former lawyer for the slain Champs-Elysees attacker says his client most likely had "psychological" problems that he didn't get proper help for.

Speaking Friday on BFM-TV, lawyer Jean-Laurent Panier described attacker Karim Cheurfi as an "extremely isolated" individual, one who passed near unnoticed while in detention.
http://www.nydailynews.com/newswires/ne ... -1.3083838
Police, according to other sources, seem to be baffled that a man with a record of shooting policemen would do such a thing. The note found on his body "defending IS" proves, of course, that it was nothing to do with Islam.
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I can only say insanity rules in France. How else can one explain how a man with 'a record of shooting policemen' is allowed to walk free in the streets to do the same thing again? The family of the dead cop should sue the politicians that made this crime possible.
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French presidential favorite Macron: Jihad terrorism will be “part of our daily lives for the years to come”
“Times have changed and we should learn to live with terrorism,” Valls said at the time. The comments led to the socialist being cursed and jeered in public, and played a prominent role in terminating his own hopes of a presidential run.
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That's not just translation by Humpty Dumpty, that's living the full Wonderland experience. Someone was telling me yesterday that NASA had discovered life on Mars: they must have found Garudaman.
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pr126 wrote:French presidential favorite Macron: Jihad terrorism will be “part of our daily lives for the years to come”
“Times have changed and we should learn to live with terrorism,” Valls said at the time. The comments led to the socialist being cursed and jeered in public, and played a prominent role in terminating his own hopes of a presidential run.

It seems that this man is all set to be the next president of France. He also said that Brexit is a "crime of treason" that needs to be "severely punished"...

Another rather creepy thing about him is that aged 16 he had sex with his teacher at school who is 24 years older than him.... they married two years later. And like Kadhija and Mohammed, they are still together. I am pretty sure who will be the actual president if he gets voted in.

This man has been holding pretty much every political position around in his short life, from far left to far right. So what he will actually do when voted in is anyone's guess. Somehow he never gets called a "populist", even though someone who selects his opinions on the basis of how many votes they may attract, I think deserves that name....
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I'm not sure about "populist" - that would refer to how he gets his votes rather than what he believes. His background puts him firmly into the "elitist" camp: his left-wing and right-wing antecedents just being camouflage for what is essentially a Soros view of the world and belief in the divine right of the "elite" to rule.
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