are now spread throughout the world like ticking time bombs.” How to identify these killers?
The answer provided again and again by politicians, commentators, films, video games, and television was that the killers would look like they were from the Middle East, and they would gather in mosques.
“While attention was elsewhere, a deadly and irreconcilable enemy was laying plans and training recruits,” he writes.
This is a sobering realization, but it exhilarates him, toorather than cower in the face of this assault on his culture, he wants to fight back: “A lethal and remorseless foe is a troubling thing in more than one way.
The shooter’s meditations continued as he drove around France and became increasingly frustrated at his inability to find a city or town populated only by white people.
Despairing, he claims very conveniently to have come across a cemetery for the European dead of the World Wars.
We read about a recent speech Joe Biden gave in front of some firefighters as part of his buildup to running for President.
He got sentimental about the period right after September 11, saying, “I think about that time after 9/11 a lot these days.
” He answers that a number of experiences during two months he spent traveling around Europe in 2017 set his course: The first event that begun [sic] the change was the terror attack in Stockholm, on the 7th of April 2017.
It was another terror attack in the seemingly never ending attacks that had been occurring on a regular basis throughout my adult life. The jaded cynicism with which I had greeted previous attacks didn’t eventuate.