Won’t be long before they build him a monument.
Video thanks to Vlad Tepes.
How long will it take before French polit-props support their Muslim constituents and celebrate diversity by building a monument for Jew-killer Mohammed Merah?
French dhimmies didn’t take long for this:
You run from police…You accidentally get electrocuted while hiding from police at an electrical substation…You get a monument built in your honor!
A breathtaking apex of French dhimmitude. No wonder the French “youths” are growing bolder and more assertive: they see that the French have no will to resist whatsoever, and reward those who engage in criminal activity. “Peace Gesture: French Unveil Monument to Boys Who Fled Police,” from Jihad Watch
No monument for Theo van Gogh:
There will be no monument for Theo van Gogh where he was killed.Â Council member Martin Verbeet (social-democrat) says such a monument could lead to provocations and unrest in the neighbourhood.Â They would like to remember him every year but the emphasis then needs to be on freedom of speech and the provocative way in which Theo van Gogh used to express himself.
In other words:
“They killed him, and if we memorialize him, they may kill us. Let’s just forget the whole thing.”
You run from police… You accidentally get electrocuted while hiding from police at an electrical substation… You get a monument built in your honor!
A monument is unveiled to honor Zyed Benna and Bouna Traore who died on Oct. 27, 2005 by accidental electrocution while fleeing a police identification check.
A silent march ended in a mostly immigrant Paris suburb on FridayÂ where French officials unveiled a monumentÂ to two youths who died while fleeing from police:
Relatives and friends of two French teenagers who were electrocuted as they fled from police a year ago have gathered in Clichy-sous-Bois near Paris. A plaque was unveiled in front of their school, and a wreath-laying ceremony was held at the power sub-station where the teenagers tried to hide.The deaths of Zyed Benna and Bouna Traore sparked three weeks of violent riots in France’s poor suburbs as the young and unemployed vented their anger over what they saw as lack of opportunity and racial discrimination. The crowd gathered in silent prayer wearing t-shirts with the slogan “Dead for nothing”.
They also laid wreaths at the electrical sub-station.
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