29 June 2014

France: whose country is it?

This spectacle is quite amazing:

500 Muslims enter a CARREFOUR store in Paris, collect from the shelves all products imported from Israel, destroy them and call for a boycott.

French police did not intervene, the management of the supermarket stays away, other buyers do not intervene. Is this the future of France and Europe?

Just watch the video and be shocked!


peterthehungarian said...

I'm not sure that all of them maybe any of them are Muslims. We are speaking here about Europe and France n'est ce pas?

Dick Stanley said...

The new Nazis in action.

Dick Stanley said...

Your pop-up ads are making me crazy. Whereever they come from, I wish you stop them.

Dick Stanley said...

Hey, this is San Francisco, what did you expect?

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Sorry. I meant Zoroastrians of course. Nasty characters, these Zoroastrians, when they are at it...

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Not yet, I think, but going there.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Pop-up ads? This is a new problem I wasn't aware of. Is it possible to make a snapshot and send it to me off-line? I have tested the blog in three different browsers and no pop-ups whatsoever. Strange.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Yes, it seems that all the bastions of higher education in California are seriously bent.

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Sennacherib said...

Sort of O/T. But, there are now reports that the Jordanian Bedouin at Ma'an have raised
the black flag. This is significant in many ways, but of great concern
is that the bedouin have always been the monarchies staunchest
supporters. Snoop, you may be getting busy.

Dick Stanley said...

I'll try to remember next time I'm assaulted by one.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Actually, Bedouins are divided by tribal royalties, so I guess the ones joining the ranks of Al Qaeda don't belong to the royal family tribe.

Yes, I would say it may become interesting here soon.

SnoopyTheGoon said...


Sennacherib said...

Thanks, I should have known that.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

You are welcome. And why should you?

Sennacherib said...

That part of the world has always interested me. The events after WWI, the fates of Lawrence, Abdullah, and Faisal all of it. I remember fairly well "Black September" and how that went down. So I should have at least guessed on the multiple tribe thing.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

I see.

Sennacherib said...

My knowledge though is second hand with all the problems that entails, which is one of the reasons I like talking to you and others for there is nothing like first hand experience.

Dick Stanley said...

Perhaps especially in SF, which a Slate piece the other day called the country's largest gated community. I.e, insular as all get out.

Dick Stanley said...

Since it doesn't happen all the time, it's probably connected to dragging my cursor over one of your sidebars.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Gated community: heh heh, that was a good one.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Tried everything, still no popups.