France and the Media During the Jihadist War

Howard Rotberg sums up well how the media continues to deceive citing what’s happening in France and concerning the Jihadist war:

The ravages of Jihad Denial.

It is safe to say that there are now two main fronts in what we need to term the Islamist War Against the West. The first has been for many years now the Western liberal democracy of Israel surrounded by genocidal neighbors; the second is France, followed closely by other European countries, Australia, and America.

During the week of December 11th, 2018, two sad things happened and this essay shall attempt to enlighten by placing them together. The first is the recent terrorist attack in Strasbourg France, and the second is the signing by most of the world (with the exception of America, Australia, much of Eastern Europe, and Israel) of the United Nations Global Compact For Safe, Orderly And Regular Migration, which is a mind-boggling attempt to remove sovereignty from nations hesitant to admit Islamist young men and remove freedom of the press to object to the globalist –Islamist agenda.

The Associated Press covered the December 11th shootings at the Strasbourg France Christmas market that killed at least 3 and wounded at least 12 by writing that “The motive for the shooting is unclear. It wasn’t immediately clear if the market was the target of the attack of if there was any link to terrorism.”

It was reported in the article that “France has been hit by several extremist attacks including the 2015 Paris shootings which killed 130 people and wounded hundreds, and a truck attack in Nice that killed dozens in 2016.

Note the following:

  • The media tend to mislead readers in nearly every terrorist attack by stating that the motive is “unclear.”
  • The attacks, almost all of which are by loosely organized Islamist young men, are said to be the work ofextremists, whatever that means. It is also common for the press to link the terrorist to mental illness or regular criminal behavior or to portray him as a “lone wolf,” all to obfuscate the reality of a war that is not directed by normal military generals or by national entities. Why can’t the press name the enemy?

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