Monday, March 19, 2012


It appears that nazi* killers are on the loose in France.  Not just any nazi killers either.  We're talking former paratroopers here.  Not just nazi paratroopers, but nazi paratroopers from a regiment of paratroopers which has shown a growing trend toward nazism.  

These nazi terrorists have struck several times and have killed Muslims, Jews, Arabs, and blacks.  

Many people refuse to take nazis seriously and say those of us who do are seeing Hitlers where no Hitlers exist, or that these "nazis" are really just a bunch of inbred ninnies who are basically only dangerous to themselves.  It seems incredible to me that ANYONE would think this way, but I know they do.

How many people have to be killed by nazis before they are taken as a serious threat?  How come we don't profile those who fit the nazi schema?  Why are these scum allowed to exist with militaries receiving all the training they need to carry out their murderous terrorist acts?  Where is the War on Nazi Terror?

This sort of crap is not confined to France, or to Europe.  We have seen the same thing here in the USA and occasionally we get some government report about it, occasionally some group of poorly performing nazis gets picked up. In general though, in the name of free speech, in the name of freedom of assembly, in the name really and truly of racism, we allow these bastards to speak, assemble, recruit, educate and organize.  And then the police, the state, the media act all shocked when something like what is happening in France (or what happened in Norway, or what happened in Oklahoma City...) takes place.

Why the shock?

Nazis make it pretty clear what they are about and what they want to do.  I am sorry, but I just don't think we need to protect the speech of hate filled, racists and nazis who scream for all to hear that they want to exterminate people of color, Jews, Muslims, and others.  I am so sorry, but I just can't get into protecting their rights with the typical liberal screed of,  "well, if we don't protect their rights, then who will protect our, if we don't protect the far right then how will we protect the far left."

Got news, no one has ever protected the "far left."  

Anyone remember the Black Panther Party?  Anyone know the names of all those in prison for thought crimes from the "far left."  Anyone remember Cointelpro and  at whom it was primarily directet?  Anybody remember Attorney Generals named Palmer or Mitchell?  Anyone remember any time in history when the rights of those on the left whom the government deemed dangerous had their precious rights protected.

Give me a break.

I am not interested in waiting until the nazis have enough strength to carry out their murderous plans in a larger, more organized, more mass fashion.

Every one of us has to take this stuff seriously and we have to stand up now to these people and stop them by any means necessary.  

And, no, I don't care if the STATE that wants to crack down on my friends, cracks down on nazi pigs.  Doesn't bother me.  Do I trust it to do that? No. well, not until it feels itself threatened and by then, it will likely be a bit late.  


*UPDATE 3/21/12:  Turns out the killer was not exactly a nazi but was a fundamentalist Muslim terrorist.  What I said about nazis, I'll pretty much say about religious fundamentalist terrorists, as well.  They are scum and they, too, should be smashed.

UPDATE 3/27/12:  Stormfront (white supremacist nazi site) forum has had lots of fun with this article and the fact that it turned out the killer was not one of them.  What they, however, are still failing to note is the 3/21 update.  They keep going on about with this "I wonder what the author is saying now."  They obviously know what the author is saying, but they like to pretend they don't.  SCISSION gets a heap of attention from white supremacists.  I kind of take that as a compliment.  It bothers them what is say here.  I like that. 

The following is from YNet News.

French police suspect neo-Nazis linked to Toulouse attack

Investigators examining possibility that three soldiers dismissed from army over neo-Nazi activity linked to Monday's attack on Jewish school, previous attacks on French soldiers from their regiment

French police investigating the fatal shootings of a teacher and three children at a Jewish school in Toulouse on Monday are hunting three soldiers who were expelled over claims they were neo-Nazis, the local Le Point newspaper reported.

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The men were all axed from their elite paratrooper regiment in 2008 after a photo surfaced of them giving Nazi salutes in front of a Swastika flag.

Monday's deadly shooting came just days after three soldiers — from the same 17th Parachute Engineer Regiment with which the dismissed trio served — were shot dead in broad daylight in Montauban 30 miles away last Thursday.

התמונה שבעקבותיה גורשו החיילים
Photo that led to soldiers' dismissal from French army

Another solider was also shot in a Toulouse street by a motorcycle gunman on March 11.

Reports said all the victims were of Jewish, black or North AfricanArab background. Two of them were Muslim.

According to Le Point, "the profile of these men (dismissed soldiers) corresponds to the scant information investigators have on the Toulouse killer — that is to say muscular and tattooed."

In 2008, the French military identified a neo-Nazi trend in the regiment and proceeded to dismiss soldiers suspected of engaging in neo-Nazi activity.

Investigators confirmed they were looking into the possibility that the three former soldiers were linked to the attacks.

At the Ozar Hatorah school in an leafy residential neighborhood in Toulouse, the gunman killed a 30-year old Hebrew teacher, his children aged three and six, and another child, the eight-year-old daughter of the school's principal, who died in her father's arms as medics tried to resuscitate her. A 17-year-old boy was also wounded.

"He came on his motorbike, got off and shot a bullet in the air... Then he got out another gun and started shooting at everyone, at the children. He chased us into the school," Baroukh, a Jewish man living nearby who had come for morning prayers, told Reuters, declining to give his family name.

According to a source who is familiar with the investigation, the same 45-caliber weapon and the same stolen scooter used in the attack on the Jewish school in Toulouse, appeared to have been used in the two previous shooting attacks on French troops.


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