Larry Klayman
Islamic terror: Paris today, your hometown tomorrow
By Larry Klayman
January 12, 2015

"Vive La France et tout le monde libre" and "Long Live the United States." Closely tied since the days of our First American Revolution, France and the United States have had a history of fighting tyranny together. Now, with the tragic events in Paris this week and the rise of Islamic terror generally in France and the rest of Europe, coupled with continuing Muslim attacks here in the United States, our ties once more are bound tightly. It is now clear that what the free world has on its hands is a religious war between Christians and Jews and those Muslims who have not renounced their so-called faith and who are still inclined to follow the perceived will of Allah and his prophet Muhammad, the latter of whom not coincidentally was a complete degenerate and murderer.

While various political parties in Europe, as well as a growing civilian populace, are beginning to recognize the dangers of allowing a Muslim population to grow out of control within their borders, we in the United States still plod along naively. Of course, this is furthered by our "Muslim in Chief," Barack Hussein Obama, who just recently granted, emperor-style, amnesty to nearly 5 million illegal aliens, many of whom are not just criminal, but also Muslim. Of course, Obama has no problem with allowing these people to remain within our borders, as he has a kinship with them. Simply put, he is both a criminal, as documented by the myriad scandals during his administration, and at least one-half Muslim. In his heart, his actions have shown that he is fully Muslim in word and deed. Obama's pro-Islamic wings need to be clipped, and that is why in part I filed a lawsuit on behalf of Sheriff Joe Arpaio to declare unconstitutional and enjoin his executive actions granting what is in effect "amnesty" for all illegal aliens. See

In this regard, the leftist remnants of Time magazine recently published an article that unfairly castigates as racist the so-called right-wing, anti-Muslim immigrant parties in Europe, which will now grow even more rapidly with these new attacks in Paris. Here is what this rag had to say:

"Far-right and populist parties seize on the attack to underscore their opposition to Islam and migrants:

"The populist and anti-immigrant parties surging in the polls across much of Europe did not even wait to find out the identity of the attackers before deciding exactly who to blame for the massacre of 12 people at the Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris. Within hours of the assault on the French satirical magazine, far-right politicians had variously pointed the finger at migrants, refugees and Islam.

"Geert Wilders, the Dutch politician facing trial for inciting racial hatred, claimed that Europe was now 'at war' and called for the 'de-Islamization' of Western societies. 'We have to close our borders, reinstate border controls, get rid of political correctness, introduce administrative detention, and stop immigration from Islamic countries,' he said in a statement.

"These are not the sentiments of a man on the political fringes: Wilders' Party for Freedom (PVV) is currently topping opinion polls in the Netherlands, despite his openly xenophobic statements. His current prosecution stems from a call last year for 'fewer Moroccans' in his country.

"France's nationalist leader Marine Le Pen, who is also performing strongly in opinion polls, was quick to blame 'radical Islam.' While she refrained from the more incendiary language deployed by Wilders, her National Front party entered into an alliance with his PVV last year. ...

"The continent's new political landscape was confirmed in elections to the European Parliament last May, when many far-right and far-left parties doubled their support. In four countries, including the U.K. and France, antiestablishment parties topped these polls. ...

"'What happened ... in Paris pains me deeply but unfortunately ... it does not surprise me,' Calderoli, [an Italian politician] who is from the anti-immigrant Northern League party, was quoted as saying by Italy's ANSA news agency. 'The policy of open doors to all and Mare Nostrum ... have opened a Pandora's box for which we will never find the lid.'"

Other reports of events in Paris have disclosed that France is collaborating with the Israeli Mossad, the Jewish state's competent equivalent of our corrupt CIA and NSA – which conduct massive telephone and Internet surveillance unconstitutionally on all Americans without results – and that Mossad, along with French security forces, was responsible in part in killing the Islamic terrorists who took hostages in a Paris kosher market.

While our president continues to do little to nothing to identify and combat this terror threat, at least France and the Europeans have not shunned Israel, our only real Middle Eastern ally and a nation that knows how to win this religious war, in fighting the Islamic terror what will soon be coming to your hometown.

© Larry Klayman


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