I guess it would have cost too much to remove the lead pipes and paint.
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It’s the only reason, other than cowardice(and even cowards aren’t this stupid), for the French to keep doing this kind of shit.
Paris museum opens exhibition of ‘Palestinian martyrs’

The museum’s website describes suicide bombers as “those who lost their lives fighting against the occupation,” and the exhibition as being about “the efforts of Palestinian society to preserve their presence.”

According to CRIF, the umbrella body of French Jewish communities, the people commemorated in the photos are “mostly from the [Fatah-affiliated] al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades, the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades [of Hamas] and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine.” All three are designated by the European Union as terrorist groups.

Next month they’ll be doing a display of the Heroic Guards of Auschwitz.

The Long Night keeps getting closer. This time when Night falls there might not be a Dawn to end it.

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I guess it would have cost too much to remove the lead pipes and paint. — 6 Comments

  1. Well, I’ve gotten into the habit of telling people that on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, I believe that Western Civilization is dead. Since despair is a sin, on the other days of the week I have to allow that something I cannot see could change things, but it seems a slim hope.

    The worst part of it is that I cannot escape the feeling that we deserve it.

  2. A chi-chi minor-league Gubmint-supported “contemporary art museum”, in the land of the Dreyfus Affair, making a tasteless, inartistic attempt at glorifying anti-Semitic terrorists and their bloody acts of terrorism against the State of Israel…how utterly unprecedented and unexpected.

  3. The thing I find most surprising about that article is that there is still a Jewish community of France. I thought the Frogs took advantage of their houseguests and had them all shipped out in the 40s.

  4. Drang, the UN thought they would be able to finish what Adolph started by shipping the Jews to Israel and leaving them unarmed. Unfortunately, the Jews were able to buy lots of leftover German weapons and munitions as well as find people willing to train them in their use. Like the first IAF squadron, all the aircraft were put together from spare parts and tested when they flew their first mission.