It’s the one-year anniversary of the Charlie Hebdo attack, in which Muslims slaughtered non-Muslims for drawing cartoons that hurt their feelings. More importantly, it’s a day ending in “y.” And you know what that means: Time for another act of terror that has nothing to do with any particular religion.
Police shot and killed a man Thursday after he tried to enter a northern Paris police station wielding a knife, a French Interior Ministry spokesman told CNN affiliate BFMTV.
The man was shouting “Allahu Akbar,” Interior Ministry spokesman Pierre-Henry Brandet said.
He was wearing what appeared to be an explosive vest, but it turned out to be a fake, a police source told CNN.
To paraphrase the Greatest President in American History: Cool vest, Ahmed!
Okay, let’s not jump to conclusions here. Really, it could be anything. For example, January 7 was the date in 1558 when England lost the city of Calais to the French, which really bummed out the Brits. Maybe this guy was ticked off about that. Can you prove he wasn’t? Were you there?
As always, the real victims here are Muslims. The only person who died in this attack was a Muslim, and now other Muslims have to put up with the inconvenience of hearing about it. Maybe you should try thinking about their feelings for once, racists.
P.S. In completely unrelated news: “I am Syrian. You have to treat me kindly. Mrs Merkel invited me.”