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Paris Attacks Prove That Muslims Have Adapted A New Terror Strategy For Europe

Information is coming out about the terror attacks in Paris. The French police are investigating and they’ve zeroed in on this guy:

Karim Cheurfi, 39, lived with his family in the suburb of Chelles, where his home has been shut off by counter-terror investigators. Three of his relatives were detained in the operation, although police stressed the move was standard procedure for questioning.Officials did not say whether Cheurfi, who has an extensive criminal record including car theft, was being investigated as a perpetrator or associate.

Once again, this Muzzie was already on the police jiha-dar:

He was jailed for attempted murders that saw him shoot two police officers – one during a car chase in 2001 and a second man days later when he shot an officer after seizing his gun in custody, Le Parisien reported. At a trial in 2003, Cheurfi was sentenced to 20 years imprisonment and it was unclear when he was released. He was also arrested in February as part of a counter-terror investigation – reportedly for threatening police officers – but was released by the courts because of insufficient evidence the following day.

The courts everywhere in the West are full of treacherous Cultural Marxists.

Now from the (((NYT))):

Isis claimed responsibility for Thursday night’s attack, saying it was carried out by an “Islamic State fighter” given the war name Abu Yusuf al-Baljiki, indicating he had links to Belgium.

Naturally, President Trump has weighed in already:

Here’s what /ourgirl/ had to say:

Ms. Le Pen focused her demands on Friday on the roughly 10,000 people that law enforcement officers have flagged as possible Islamist radicals, saying that those on the so-called S-files who are foreigners should be deported; that those who are dual citizens should be stripped of their French nationality; and that those who are French should be prosecuted.

Interestingly, one of the other conservative candidates, Mr. Fillon had this to say:

Mr. Fillon said that if elected, he would “take the diplomatic initiative” to reach consensus between Washington and Moscow on destroying the Islamic State, which he promised to do “with an iron hand.”

He quickly started cucking though:

He added that “France’s Muslims overwhelmingly want to live their faith in peace,” and appealed for their help in combating fundamentalism.

Now for the interesting details:

The prosecutor’s office also said that the assailant’s car had contained a piece of paper with the addresses of the French domestic intelligence agency and of a police station in Lagny-sur-Marne, a town about 13 miles east of Paris.Pierre-Henry Brandet, a spokesman for the Interior Ministry, told Europe 1 Radio on Friday that the police officers who killed the gunman had averted a “blood bath, a carnage on the Champs-Élysées.” …“This was an individual who was known by the judiciary, who was known to police services, who was a dangerous individual,” he said.

Funny how the intelligence organs always seem to know, but never seem to act. I’m not one for conspiracy theories, but that’s rather suspicious no? Perhaps their hands are simply tied…

We could leave the story at that and wrap the whole affair in a bowtie and give it to Marion Le Pen in gift-wrap. Say it with me, Madame President!

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But there is a little more to this story than meets the eye…Perhaps you have noticed a distinct new pattern with these attacks in Europe? Bear with me as I explain.

We often assume that these are suicide attackers, and that makes intuitive sense to us. Islamic terror is often known for employing suicide bombing tactics. But these attackers weren’t suicide bombers and increasingly, we have been seeing attackers that aren’t relying on suicide tactics in Europe. Yes, many of them die in a hail of police gunfire as a result of the attack, but there is an important distinction to make between attackers that go in and kill themselves on the spot with a detonation and those that go in guns blazing.

Just like in Paris yesterday, often times these attackers start the attack and then retreat, only to be zeroed in on by police and terminated there. There is often a lull in the fighting while the terrorists run away from the initial attack. The best example of this was what we saw in Bataclan.

Why do they do it? If it is a suicide attack, why retreat at all?

The answer is quite simple- these aren’t suicide attackers. They think that they might make it out alive. Their handlers told them that they would be picked up afterwards. So they carry out the attack and retreat to the fallback point. Only, it seems that they are often times abandoned by the time they get there. They take a few moments to regroup, realize that they have been abandoned and then invariably the second round of the firefight starts as they are surrounded and they commit suicide by cop.

This is an important distinction to make. Suicide bombers take a long time to cultivate, and certain factors have to be present to make them carry through their attack. A good example are the Palestinian suicide bombers. You had dirt poor peasants with zero prospects being used as human bombs by Yasser Arafat. How did they get these men to sacrifice themselves? It is hard to go in knowing you are going to die unless you have certain guarantees.

  • You have to believe in your cause/know you’re going to heaven
  • You have to not have much going for you in this life in terms of money, status, women
  • If you have a family, you have to know that they will receive compensation for your martyrdom

It seems that Europe is running low on these cadres and because of that, the attacks have changed in their nature. They are not full allahu snackbars anymore. But that doesn’t mean that they aren’t devastating as well.

In Stockholm for example, the police found undetonated bombs in the truck that plowed through the crowd. Why weren’t they detonated? Was it because of generations of inbreeding leading to low IQ and an inability to translate the Anarchist Cookbook into Arabic/Uzbek? OR was it proof that the driver held out a hope that he would make it out alive? Let’s look at the details of the Stockholm attack. From the Telegraph:

The unnamed suspect reportedly confessed to the attack after being detained in Marsta, which is around 25 miles north of the Swedish capital… (Means he ran after the attack) Police found explosives in the truck used in the attack in Stockholm, Swedish television said on Saturday citing multiple unnamed police sources. Reports claimed the improvised explosive device (IED) was  packed into a suitcase inside the hijacked beer truck…If the reports prove accurate, it would clearly indicate that the terrorist was not a ‘lone wolf’ but part of a wider cell. and that the attack required planning.  It is not clear why the IED, if it was in the truck, failed to detonate.  The death toll would have been on a catastrophic level had it done so.

There is a new Islamic terror strategy being used in Europe… Let’s leave it at that for now.

  • SLCain

    A lot of these new guys seem to come from the criminal underworld too. That’s not surprising, given the amount of money the Saudis have spent on spreading Wahabbism through prison ministries (in this country too). Most underground political movements eventually branch out into crime as well in order to get some operating capital, plus it gives the boys something to do. The Mafia started out as a guerrilla movement.

    • Vincent Law

      You may be right, there is also a Balkans connection that needs to explored…in another article.

      • Ike35

        Maybe just maybe, some of them are having a few doubts about their shitty religion?

        • Игор

          In Bosnia, there is a clash among the Muslims, some think they’re avangard, progressive Muslims that will lead Islam into glorious future. Some proclaim that their Islam is European Islam that shouldn’t be compared and mixed with other ones, they’re usually strongly pro-EU.
          On other hand you have groups that think that Islam was corrupted during “Serbian occupation” (kingdom of Yugoslavia) and Communism, and that Muslims should go back to real Islam, there is pro-Turkish and pro-Saudi branch.
          Keep in mind this is all among elites and that is just started to gets among population( majority of Bosniaks aren’t too religious, yet).
          Some also abandoned Islam and converted (back) to Christianity, like Emir Kusturica, but he’s despised by majority of them (even Bosniak atheists). Religion play huge role in Balkan identity.
          There are also wahabi villages with ISIS flag in Bosnia that serve as training grounds, with lot of Arabs that fought for Muslims in 90s, and lately there is immigration to Bosnia, mostly from Oman.

          • Fred

            Islam countries are facing three major challenges: demographic explosion, corruption leading to inequality and foreign interference. Inability to cope with these factors leads to permanent instability in most Islamic societies.

            As the Great Nietzsche has said, technological developments do not necessarily correlate with the betterment of humans. Most Islamic countries are far behind in social betterment than they were in the ’70s.

          • Игор

            demographic explosion- not really in Bosnia, and Albanians in Kosovo and Metohija are rapidly losing numbers now when there isn’t Serbs(and before that other South Slavs) to pay them welfare for their 7 children per family.
            Ironically Turks in Turkey have really small birthrates, especially western part of the country and Kurds % in Turkey is rising.

          • Fred

            European Muslims follow the general European trend with lower birthrates. I meant North Africa, the Arabian peninsula, and so on.

          • Игор

            Well Turks in Austria for example actually have bigger birthrates than Turks from Turkey, give them the welfare and you will see them having babies, although majority of Turks there from eastern part of country, where they usually have bigger birth rates.

      • Игор

        If you guys are interested i can give you links about that.

  • Captain John Charity Spring MA

    There is no death penalty in these states. A terrorist can do his massacre then put his hands up and he gets room and board for life in conditions that are humane. Id guess the terrorists are minor celebrities in Muslim stuffed jails That’s the pattern. It’s something terminally ill Nationalists on death’s door in Europe might
    Notice too.

  • Peter Frohwein

    Muslims call Muhammad (“their prophet”) the perfect model man. Muhammad was a : Warlord, Killer, Rapist, Pedophile, who promoted hatred, slavery, violence, war and extreme misogyny. Who in their right mind would follow such a person and/or call him a perfect model man ?

    • Ike35

      Who would follow him? Extremely shitty people, like Arabs. Honestly, this shitty repulsive religion fits them like a glove. It’s in harmony with their nature.

      • TheMaskedUnit

        Islam is a license to sin from god … Who wouldn’t?

    • Krafty Wurker

      Ali Velshi the Canadian Muslim who anchors MSNBC & NBC would call Mohammed the perfect man—he is a Muslim.

    • orbit

      The white shariah guys probably:)

      • Bad_Mr_Frosty

        White Sharia? Is that a wannabe Arab? A sand wigger?

        • orbit

          therightstuff.biz

    • Crud Bonemeal

      Reminder that Mohammed (and later his followers) carved out a large empire, so apparently his followers were on to something

  • Spinteresting

    The last bit of text taken from elsewhere, The Telegraph, is not an actual quote from that news outlet, as it mixes quotation with commentary from the writer of the article above and also boldened passages not appearing that way in the source.

    • Vincent Law

      Actually its all taken from the Telegraph. Follow the link and see for yourself.

      • Spinteresting

        I did that before I posted my comment and stand by it.

        This is the passage from The Telegraph:

        “The unnamed suspect reportedly confessed to the attack after being detained in Marsta, which is around 25 miles north of the Swedish capital.”

        This is the passage from your article:

        “The unnamed suspect reportedly confessed to the attack after being detained in Marsta, which is around 25 miles north of the Swedish capital… (Means he ran after the attack)”

        You added this part, but didn’t point it out to the reader:

        “(Means he ran after the attack)”

        • Vincent Law

          ’tism

          • Spinteresting

            Or you were wrong from the beginning, didn’t notice it when mentioned and appear to be pedantic still.

  • James OMeara

    “Their handlers told them that they would be picked up afterwards. So they carry out the attack and retreat to the fallback point. Only, it seems that they are often times abandoned by the time they get there. They take a few moments to regroup, realize that they have been abandoned and then invariably the second round of the firefight starts as they are surrounded and they commit suicide by cop.”

    Sounds like the Oswald method. Just sayin…

  • 🇷🇺West Coast and Burnt Toast🇸🇾

    There’s also the guarantee of spending time in a comfy, west European, luxury prison with wifi knowing you’ll be let out in ten years. Also you’ll have lots of friends and allies on the inside.

    But how stupid do you have to be to think ISIS is gonna send someone to extract you after you shoot some people? Like they’re the CIA or something. I don’t buy it.

    • “think ISIS is gonna send someone to extract you … Like they’re the CIA or something.”

      You just answered your own question.

      • Captain John Charity Spring MA

        Something being Mossad.

  • Richard DeBanks

    I think that they realize, that prison has become islamicized and so they might as well
    1) continue to live at taxpayer expense,
    2) contribute to prison recruitment and..
    3) hope that when the country becomes an Islamic republic they will be granted freedom and hero status.

    • Captain John Charity Spring MA

      Many are expecting to assume leads up roles like Mandela or Ghandi.

  • justa nothernigger

    Trump is a zionist whore

  • Ed Edgerton

    Another day, another bogus “terrorism” event. These hoaxes must be getting funded on a “use it or lose it” basis.

  • “Cheurfi was sentenced to 20 years imprisonment and
    it was unclear when he was released. He was also arrested in February as
    part of a counter-terror investigation … but was released by the courts”

    Occam’s razor – he’s an asset of the government. Virtually all of the “jihadists” are not just “on the radar” of the authorities but in fact brought into Europe and America by the authorities. That has been the case for over 15 years now. FBI whistle blower Sibel Edmonds explains the “Gladio II” operation pretty well.

    But no one wants to accept the obvious facts because, well, you know.

    To paraphrase Richard Spencer, we don’t have a “Muslim problem” – we have a “White problem.”

    • Crud Bonemeal

      Why does the government want to make Muslim immigration less popular?

      • Good question. Perhaps making Muslim immigration less popular is the point, or maybe that’s just a side effect. In Europe at least the recent, er, “troubles” have caused all the right-wing parties to distance themselves from the oil-rich Arab/Muslim nations and march around in the streets waving Israeli flags.

        In the USA, certainly, “Muslim terrorism” has made wars in the Middle East far more tolerable than they would have been otherwise.

        I guess we can only speculate on the motivation but the facts aren’t in question.

  • Laguna Beach Fogey

    You’re reading too much into it.

  • jaye ellis

    Vincent have you studied the French Algerian war in the 1950s?

    Similar terrorist tactics but not much or any suicide bombings

    • Vincent Law

      Yeah, reading about the FLN was enlightening.

  • unpaidpundit

    I have my fingers crossed for Marine Le Pen. I find her supporters’ chants of, “This is our home!” to be quite poignant. There is an article in today’s New York Times in which the reporter did not quote anyone in Marseille who had anything negative to say about Le Pen. Usually, the media try to find Le Pen detractors, but apparently could not do so in this instance. I hope that bodes well for Le Pen’s chances.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/04/20/world/europe/france-election-marine-le-pen.html?_r=0

  • Pat O’Leary

    As you said “Say it with me, Madame President” – that does sound good, doesn’t it? But Hillary blew it, so i guess we’ll have to wait for Elizabeth Warren.

  • Muslims?!
    Doesn’t everyone know by now that ISIS is an Mi6/CIA/Mossad operation?

  • silviosilver ✓ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ ˢᵘᵖᵖᵒʳᵗᵉʳ

    Funny how the intelligence organs always seem to know, but never seem to act. I’m not one for conspiracy theories, but that’s rather suspicious no?

    What’s “funny” about it? They can know someone’s a sympathizer or a supporter of muzz/ISIS terror activity, but until they actually commit a crime, what’s there to really act on from a legal point of view?

    There is a new Islamic terror strategy being used in Europe… Let’s leave it at that for now.

    Dude it’s not as if Islamic suicide attacks were common in Europe or something. Off the top of my head, I can think of many more attacks that weren’t suicidal than attacks that were. Seems like same old, same old rather than anything new to me.