22 March 2012

Po-tay-toe, po-tah-toe...

...the over-hyped, faux dramatic world of professional journalism...all's well that ends well"Wrong"... wrong how, Oliver?

"Talks began. The substance of several of the exchanges was relayed to the media and the suspect seems to have been 'keen' to explain his motives."
Hmmm, lemme see... serial murder... public confession... and an expeditious sentencing...
"Mr. Merah died moments later after tumbling from the bathroom window, still firing."
Yes, Oliver... "keen" is a very good word. I'm sure Mr. Merah was enthusiastic about his, uh... work. Especially the murdering children part of it.

Funny, though... not a single mention of the word "justice."

I'm thinkin' this one worked out just fine.

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UPDATE: They had to dust this guy...

...to cover up their unbelievable incompetence.


3 comments:

jwkozak91 said...

Glad to see you're posting again, Neo.

I don't disagree with your criticism of the "Mope and Wail" - however there are a few points that haven't been mentioned in the MSM:

1.) As a jihadist, Merah wanted to die as a "shahid" at the end of the standoff.

2.) As a jihadist, Merah wanted to take as many Frenchmen with him when he died at the end of the standoff.

Neo Conservative said...

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he murdered three kids & a rabbi... i'm sure allah must be pleased.

that's some religion of peace.

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jwkozak91 said...

Not to mention two North African Arab paratroopers, "fellow Muslims" - traitors, in Merah's eyes.

And France has their Ward Churchill/Sumera Thorbani (according to the Beeb):

"A teacher has been suspended in [Rouen] France for allegedly asking pupils to hold a one-minute silence for gunman Mohamed Merah, who killed seven people, according to local reports. [...]

"The teacher is also reported to have said Merah's links to al-Qaeda were invented by the media and French President Nicolas Sarkozy."

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-17491814