Tuesday, 5 May 2015

The price the French pay for not being able to spell Islamist terror.



The French protest the new approved law but not the political fact that only one specific group has been involved in terror after terror incident….

So now its here is a outcome, that had to happen as a result of constant denial of facts.
So new rules to provide help for France's intelligence services trying to prevent Islamist attacks have been approved by parliament. With the fantastic result that every French citizen will be spied upon!


"THIS IS THE PRICE THE FRENCH PAY 
  FOR NOT BEING ABLE TO SPELL 
  ISLAMIST TERROR" 


The law on intelligence-gathering comes nearly four months after three days of attacks in Paris in January, in which 17 people were killed.



The Socialist government says the law is needed to take account of changes in communications technology, but still denies the fact that Islamist´s are born by denial and not tolerance towards Muslims.Tolerant Muslims would protest after each attack but as we have seen many even think there was a legit right to attack the cartoonists and more…

So now  critics say it is a dangerous extension of mass surveillance.  They argue that it gives too much power to the state and threatens the independence of the digital economy. The government says it wants to bring modern surveillance techniques within the law rather than outside any system of control. Translated as: If you accept politically correct denial of Muslim responsibility…  Then this is what you get.

There will be a new watchdog to keep an eye on the intelligence services, which will have broader powers to look at classified material and handle complaints from the public. Question, did not Hitler too say something very similar about SA and SS and Gestapo?

So now none of this has satisfied the critics, who range from civil liberties groups to major Internet providers. Their main worry is the way French intelligence agencies will be able to collect massive amounts of metadata from the Internet the detail of communications such as times and places rather than content. This is the new ways of EU in a nutshell. In most EU there was more freedom during the Cold war than now. French critics say this new law amounts to a mass intrusion of privacy, which in the hands of an unscrupulous government could have worrying consequences. 

Helsinki Think Tank has for a long time been worried about one right being traded for another politically less complicated right in EU. According to them the tendency will not ease up, but has already reached a wider "political boiling frog proportions"  than ever seen in the spirit of political consensus in the western world

The law passed through parliament by 438 votes to 86. Apart from some dissident voices, both the governing Socialists and opposition centre-right were in favour. It has been an unusual debate indeed but the outcome is nothing less than what Stasi was dreaming of during the Communist era. So no surprise that many in the Socialist Party who would normally have spoken out against the new powers have instead kept quiet. 

In the wake of the January attacks, there is little political mileage in raising doubts about the intelligence services.  Meanwhile on the right, with its clearer law-and-order tradition, most MP´s support the Socialist bill. But some are opposed on points of principle.  Irony of ironies, some of the harshest criticism has come from the Front National.

The public at large sympathise with the government's argument and will pay the price for not being able to say how and why people have died. Fact is that: It's not been Jewish, Hindu or Christians fanatics going on killing sprees, but only Muslims. This is its sad to see indeed, but also true. 

To say that Muslims where in general against the killings is contradicted by the pictures here below from all over the world. because of so called politically correct consensus the common French citizen will pay a high price for Muslim honour around the world.





















Links to protests against the cartoon here( hardly thinking that the killing in Paris was a terrorist act).

Iran protesters chant 'Death to France' over cartoon | The Times of Israel
Protests against Charlie Hebdo cartoon turn violent as Muslims from Niger to Pakistan vent fury | South China Morning Post
Muslims protest Charlie Hebdo’s Prophet Muhammad cartoon; 4 killed in Niger | The Financial Express
Charlie Hebdo cartoons: Pakistan Muslims, Christians protest blasphemous caricatures of Prophet Muhammad | The Financial Express
British Muslims protest in London against Charlie Hebdo cartoons | Reuters
Kuwaitis protest against Charlie Hebdo cartoon - Yahoo News
A group of Pakistani burn an effigy of French President Francois... News Photo | Getty Images
Charlie Hebdo protests: Five dead as churches and French flags burn in Niger riots over Prophet Mohamed cover - Africa - World - The Independent
Clashes in Indian Kashmir over Mohammed cartoons - Times LIVE
PHOTOS: Muslims Around the World Burn Flags, Clash with Police During Protests Against Latest Charlie Hebdo Issue | Video | TheBlaze.com
'Death to blasphemers': Muslims protest new Charlie Hebdo ...
Europe - Tens of thousands protest against ... - France 24
Niger rioters torch churches and attack French firms in Charlie
Protest of French cartoons ends in violence | The Columbus ...
Charlie Hebdo: 10 killed, 45 churches torched during ... - ABC
Iranians protest Prophet Muhammad cartoon at French ...
US, French, Israeli flags burned during Baku protest against ...
Sudanese police prevent anti-Charlie Hebdo protest from ...
Group protest in Gaza against French cartoon - Worldbulletin
Gaza Jihadist Supporters Rally Against France, Praise ...
British Muslims swarm to central London to protest against ...
Massive protests over Muhammad cartoons - The Local
Anti-'Charlie Hebdo' Violence Spreads; Death Toll at 10 in ...
LiveLeak.com - Protests against Charlie cartoons continue ...
One Cartoon Drives Muslim Protesters To Burn Church…
Palestinian ISIS Supporters In Gaza Torch French Flags ...
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa lawyers protest against Charlie Hebdo ...
Senegalese march to protest against Charlie Hebdo cartoons
Afghans protest against French cartoons - World News | IOL ...
Protest in Jerusalem against Charlie Hebdo cartoons and ...