Thursday, December 30, 2010


Four "Swedes" and one "Dane" have been arrested by Swedish and Danish police because they planned to stage a Mumbai-style attack against the Jyllands-Posten building in Copenhagen, with the intention of storming in and machinegunning down as many people as possible.

"...Danish and Swedish police said the group, which they had been observing for months, planned a shooting spree in the building where the Jyllands-Posten newspaper has its Copenhagen newsdesk. The Danish intelligence service said it seized a submachine gun, a silencer and ammunition.

Jakob Scharf, head of the Danish Security and Intelligence Service Scharf, described some of the suspects as "militant Islamists with relations to international terror networks." He said more arrests were possible.

Scharf said the assault was to have been carried out before this weekend, and could have been similar in strategy to the 2008 terrorist attack in Mumbai, India, that left 166 people dead

The latest arrests brought renewed attention to simmering anger at the newspaper, which has been the target of several attacks and threats since publishing 12 cartoons of Muhammad in 2005.

The right-leaning daily, one of Denmark's largest, had asked Danish cartoonists to draw the prophet as a challenge to self-censorship after the author of a children's book on religion said its illustrator demanded anonymity because he feared retaliation for a picture of the prophet..."

In Paris, more and more ground is being yielded to aggressive 'moderate' muslims, the ones who 'peacefully' occupy entire quarters of the Parisian 18ème Arrondissement.

You try to park your car on the curb, you get fined by La Gendarmerie. But this scum takes possession of the streets WITHOUT AUTHORIZATION, intimidates the few remaining indigenous Frenchmen, blocks economic life and the free movement of passersby...

... and gets away with it.


Because La Gendarmerie is AFRAID.

Good luck with preserving Marianne, stupid, coward frogs.


P.S. hat tip our friends over at Gates of Vienna.

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