Police Arrest Man Armed with Knife Who Plotted to Kill Nice Terrorist
A man armed with a knife was arrested at a hospital in the Paris region after allegedly looking for the Nice terror attacker to kill him.
Hospital security stopped the man on Wednesday, finding a knife in his pocket. The suspect admitted he was looking for the 21-year-old Tunisian migrant, Brahim Aouissaoui, who killed three people in a Nice church last month, saying he wanted to “deliver justice” and kill him.
Genoa Italy. Day 18 of anti lockdown protests, relentless locals take it to the streets. This is stunning, the crowd chants out Free Italy, imploring the Police to join. The Police remove their helmets and stand in unison. Long Live the People, Long Live Freedom 👊@RadioSavana pic.twitter.com/TQajwwYORF— ✖️RISEUPMELBOURNE✖️ (@riseupmelbourne) November 11, 2020
Europol’s European Counter Terrorism Centre raids 97 locations in nine countries, detaining people for ‘hate speech’
Incitement to violence should never be tolerated, but “hate speech” is an inherently subjective concept that can only be defined in accord with the principles and priorities of the person charged with the responsibility of defining it. In practice, “hate speech” laws are used to silence speech that those in power want silenced.