There are those who still refuse to identify this war on Islamic terror, despite the increasing threats to the safety of the Western public. No matter how many times the Islamic State or Al Qaeda declares the nature of this war of conquest, nothing will convince these leftists that Western nations (and Israel) are engaged in a jihadist war. In fact, a lunatic former Manhattan prosecutor and longtime defense attorney, Scott Fenstermaker, stated of 9/11 that America “got what it deserved” because of past injustices.
Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel shouted “Allahu Akbar” as he ploughed through the Bastille Day-celebrating crowd in Nice, France, killing 84 people and injuring hundreds with a 90-ton truck, driving zigzag to kill as many men women and children that he possibly could.
Many victims are now in intensive care, hanging on by a thread for their lives, so the death toll will likely rise.Al Qaeda urged lone wolves to target whites in America to clarify its message of jihad, and Omar Mateen declared allegiance to the Islamic State as he massacred his victims at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando. Nothing will convince leftist ostriches that we are engaged in a jihadist war against us. They continue to shelter our worst enemies since Nazism and promulgate the propagandist word “Islamophobia” in partnership with stealth jihadists to try to silence legitimate observers of real threats to Western safety and civilization.
Full credits to stealth jihadists and leftists that so-called “Islamophobia” will likely increase, due to Islamic jihadist attacks against innocent Western civilians.
Donald Trump stated in response to the Nice, France attacks:
“This is war. If you look at it, this is war coming from all different parts. And frankly it’s war and we’re dealing with people without uniforms.”
French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve also said:
“We are at war with terrorists who want to strike us at any cost and who are extremely violent.”
That was vague, but Marine Le Pen of the so called “far-right” French political party, the National Party — which has been growing in popularity — called for a declaration of war against Islamic fundamentalism.
Meanwhile, other leftist leaders such as Barack Hussein Obama publicly postured in calls to “pray” for the victims of this latest act of jihadist terrorism, while willfully refusing to acknowledge the nature of the jihadist war, which would enable effective strategizing on tactics to end the rise in the tally of those very victims for whom they pray.
“France attack reactions: Obama prays for victims, Trump says ‘this is war’,” The Indian Express, June 15, 2016:
World leaders are expressing dismay, sadness and solidarity with France over the attack carried out by a man who drove a truck into crowds of people celebrating France’s national day in Nice, killing at least 80 people.
Here are reactions from some of these leaders:
“Appalled by the horrific attack in Nice. I strongly condemn such mindless acts of violence. My thoughts are with the families of deceased,” PM Modi said on Twitter.
President Pranab Mukherjee
“I am shocked to hear about the terrorist attack on an innocent crowd of people gathered to celebrate the Bastille Day in Nice, France…I strongly condemn the perpetrators of the terrorist attack in France…India stands shoulder to shoulder with the people and Government of France as it responds to this attack…We will strengthen our cooperation with France and other countries in the fight against terrorism…Heartfelt condolences to families of bereaved; prayers for speedy recovery of injured in attack,” the President tweeted.
US President Barack Obama
Obama condemned what he said “appears to be a horrific terrorist attack” in Nice.
“Our thoughts and prayers are with the families and other loved-ones of those killed.”
Noting that the attack occurred on Bastille Day, Obama praised “the extraordinary resilience and democratic values that have made France an inspiration to the entire world.”
French President Francois Hollande
President Hollande said he was calling up military and police reservists to relieve forces worn out by an eight-month state of emergency begun after the Islamic State militant group killed 130 people in Paris.
“France is filled with sadness by this new tragedy,” Hollande said. He called the carnage, which came as France celebrated the anniversary of the 1789 revolutionary storming of the Bastille, an attack on liberty by fanatics who despised human rights.
Russian President Vladimir Putin
“I am shocked by the violence and exceptional cynicism” of Thursday’s attack in Nice.
Putin said in a message of condolences to French President Francois Hollande that terrorism can be defeated only if “all civilized mankind pulls efforts together” to fight militants, their leaders as well as targeting their financial backers “wherever they are hiding.”
Putin said Russia is willing to work closely with France and other countries to fight terrorism which is “devoid of any human moral,” as Russia knows what terror is and the threats that it creates for all of us.
New British Prime Minister Theresa May
Though Britain has just upset Paris and other European capitals by voting to leave the European Union, PM Theresa May said Britain stood “shoulder to shoulder” with France.
French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve
“We are at war with terrorists who want to strike us at any cost and in an extremely violent way,” said Cazeneuve.
Canadian President Justin Trudeau
“Canadians are shocked by tonight’s attack in Nice. Our sympathy is with the victims, and our solidarity with the French people,” he tweeted…….