Too many have died!

Terrorism fighter Le Pen declares war on Islamic radicals

“I will protect you,” Marine Le Pen said Wednesday in her final rally before this weekend’s voting. “My first measure as president will be to reinstate our borders and give France back to its people.”

Unknown-2The Front National leader said she will end the fear of terrorism in France and eradicate the “poison” of Islamic radicals. “Mass immigration is not an opportunity for France, it’s a tragedy.”

The populist right-wing candidate held the rally in the southern port city of Marseille, where police arrested two men the day before for plotting a violent attack on voting day.

Le Pen is the strongest candidate to stop the slaughter and end the scourge of terror that has swept across France because of open-border policies. — Guy De Michêl

Terrorism attacks in France in the last two years:

  • Charlie Hebdo massacre, January 7, 2015
    Two masked gunmen murdered 12 people in a brutal terror attack on the French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo in Paris. Brothers Saïd and Chérif Kouachi stormed the newspaper’s offices during lunchtime. A policewoman was killed a day later. On January 9, another terrorist killed four hostages at a Jewish supermarket.Charlie-Hebdo-429144
  • Paris attacks, 
November 13, 2015
    A series of attacks in Paris killed 130 and injured hundreds of others in the deadliest assault on French soil since World War II.
    A suicide bombing at the Stade de France stadium were followed by more explosions and shootings at popular bars and restaurants in Paris.
    Three gunmen also opened fire at Bataclan concert hall and killed spectators who were watching the Eagles of Death Metal perform.
  • Police officers slain, June 13, 2016
    Two French police officers murdered in their home in front of their 3-year-old son. Islamic State claimed responsibility for the slaying, which was carried out by a jihadist with a prior terrorist conviction. He was killed by police on the scene.
  • Nice terror attack, July 14, 2016
    A terrorist driving a truck killed 84 people and injured hundreds when he drove his speeding vehicle into spectators after a fireworks display in the seaside city to mark France’s Bastille Day. The attacker, Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, a 41-year-old Tunisian-born French citizen, was shot dead by security forces.
  • Normandy church attack, July 26, 2016
    Two armed men stormed a church mass in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, a suburb of Rouen in northern France, slit the throat of an elderly priest, Father Jacques Hamel, and took four other people hostage. Police shot dead the attackers, who were soldiers of the Islamic State.
  • Louvre knife attack, February 3, 2017
    A man wielding a machete was shot while trying to attack a group of soldiers guarding the Louvre in Paris. The attacker reportedly cried ‘Allahu Akbar’ and drew the machete on the soldiers when he was told he could not enter the Louvre Carrousel shopping centre with two backpacks.

BULLETIN: Terror on the Champs-Élysées

PARIS, April 20, 2017 — Two police officers were killed by gunmen wielding AK-47s on the Champs Élysées in central Paris tonight.

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French police said that the incident was a ‘terrorist act’ and the world famous avenue was on lockdown by 9 p.m. as heavily armed officers flooded the area and a third individual — believed to be the killer — was shot dead.

The slain officers were deliberately targeted. One of them was shot dead while he sat in a patrol car at a red light.

Police were searching the home of the dead attacker in the east of Paris after it was revealed he was known to security services. There were reports that the second gunman, who remains at large, had fired shots in a shopping mall as police in body armor and riot gear rush to the scene.

The attack occurred as presidential candidates took part in a TV debate nearby before Sunday’s election. — The Daily Mail

 

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Mélenchon is everywhere!

Crowds in six cities go wild in dramatic hologram rallies

Rising political star Jean-Luc Mélenchon on Tuesday beamed himself and his far-left message to a total of 35,000 people in six cities across France and in the country’s Indian Ocean territory of Réunion.

Cheering, chanting crowds gave the firebrand candidate a rock-star welcome in astonishing hologram appearances, ending with a rousing rendition of La Marseillaise.

In his last major rally before Sunday’s first-round vote in the French presidential election, Mélenchon transmitted his onstage appearance in Dijon to crowds in Montpelier, Nantes, Grenoble, Clermont-Ferrand, Nancy, and Le Port on the island of Réunion.

Backed by the Communist Party, Mélenchon’s popularity has surged in recent weeks to put him in a tie with conservative François Fillon and just two percentage points behind far-right Marine Le Pen and centrist Emmanuel Macron.

The dramatic shift in poll numbers means that the 65-year-old political veteran now has a chance of landing a place in the May 7 presidential run-off.

“The people’s programme is about being able to live off your work with dignity, to be looked after when you’re sick and to be able to stop working when it’s time,” Mélenchon and his holograms said on Tuesday.

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The super-rich are his prime target, and they have reason to fear him. “Being a billionaire does nothing for personal happiness,” Mélenchon told the people in Tuesday’s hologram rally. “It’s just an accumulation of worries, which we’d want to take away.”

Mélenchon has promised greater job protection and a 100-percent tax on personal earnings over 400,000 euros ($430,000).

Taking a page from Donald Trump’s winning playbook, Mélenchon has built up a huge Twitter following of more than a million supporters, saying he prefers to communicate via social media instead of the mainstream media, which, he insists — as Trump did — is hopelessly biased toward the status quo of the establishment.

Mélenchon pioneered the hologram approach at campaign rallies in February, the first time holograms had been used in a French presidential campaign.

They are among us!

Terror threats relentless as trained fighters sneak undetected into the U.S.

“We are under attack every single day,” Secretary of Homeland Security John F. Kelly said Tuesday. “The threats are relentless.”

Unknown-1Highly trained Islamic terrorists and radicalized criminals are getting into America by slipping across the Mexican and Canadian borders. Once inside the U.S., they mingle among lawful citizens in communities across the country,

“We don’t get to vet them,” Kelly said. “We don’t know their intentions. We don’t know they’re here. They slip into our country unnoticed, living among us, and we are completely blind as to what they are capable of.”

In the past year alone, there have been 36 homegrown terrorist cases in 18 states, and at least 37 “ISIS-linked plots to attack our country” since 2013, Kelly said. The FBI has “openUnknown-1 terrorist investigations in all 50 states.”

The terror threat level is as high today as it was on September 11, 2001, he said.

Speaking at the Center for Cyber and Homeland Security at George Washington University, Kelly warned that America’s borders remain wide-open.

“We’ve seen an unprecedented spike in homegrown terrorism,” he added. “These are the Unknown-2cases we know about—homegrown terrorism is notoriously difficult to predict and control.”

Islamic terrorism is rising at an alarming rate around the world, particularly across Europe, where citizens live in the grip of fear and barbarism.

And now the threat of daily bloodshed has come to America. The monsters are among us.