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Insurgency Against Euro-European Occupation of France Spreads to Germany and Belgium

Reader comment on item: Reflections on the Revolution in France*

Submitted by Seton Motley (United States), Nov 8, 2005 at 17:59

Islamists rioting to protest living under the yoke of Franco-European Socialist-Democratic tyranny, brutally characterized by copious amounts of unemployment insurance, free health care and government mandated thirty-two hour non-work weeks and three month vacations from not laboring, have inspired their Islamist brethren in occupied Germany and Belgium suffering under similar Socialistic autocracies to join the Jihad to bring all of Europe into the liberating warmth of the global caliphate.

The Franco-European, Germano-European and Belgio-European occupations are entering their third millennium of domination of their respective parts of the region.

The fact that the inception of their control of these areas predates the existence of Islam has apparently not deterred the Islamists involved in the insurgencies from demanding the infidels' immediate vacation, or that they simply allow themselves to be murdered; either way, the Islamofascists feel they are justified in seeking the removal of the Euro-Europeans by any means necessary. ...



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