Massacre in France: Europe is confused in its own tolerance


Europe's brain died. It seems that something similar was recently stated by French President Macron, speaking of the "brain" of NATO. One can even agree with his phrase about the North Atlantic Alliance. But now we must admit that this very brain died at the leadership of the European Union in general and Macron himself in particular. And he died a long time ago, apparently. At the moment, it just finally got out.


After several more terrorist attacks in France, all the world's media are discussing the horror of terrorism, the conflict between Emmanuel Macron and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, as well as the cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed who provoked all this. Not for the first time, I note. On the "conscience" of these very caricatures of the Parisian magazine "Charlie Hebdo", which gained worldwide fame just after the terrorist attack with many victims, a total of more than twenty corpses. But ... apparently, it still seems a little to someone.

At the same time, conversations from all sides in the European and our media are about French national pride, about the values ​​of European civilization and, how could it be without it, democracy, as well as about how to fight for all this without fear of these very terrorists. Sounds like good. At first glance, one can even be glad that Europe has finally woken up and realized the threat of Islamic terrorism on its own territory, remembered its pride and historical traditions. But if someone thinks that this is actually so, I will disappoint - not so. From the word at all. This is not an epiphany, this is the very death of the brain.

Let's see where exactly all this is happening, in which Europe. This is happening in that very super-tolerant, multicultural and hospitable Europe, where the dignity of every person, his ideals and beliefs, including religious ones, is put above all else. This is where, in the same France, crosses are removed in schools so as not to offend the feelings of Muslim students. This is in Denmark, where traditional pork meatballs, and pork in general, are prohibited in canteens of educational institutions for the same reason. This is in Germany or Holland, where Christian symbols are removed at Christmas markets, from crucifixion to images of saints and the traditional scene of the birth of the baby Christ into the world. This is in Britain and Ireland, where, to please the "guests" who have come in large numbers, even Christmas itself is already called "seasonal holidays" ...

And to list further examples of such "respect" of Europeans for the feelings of visiting Muslims directly to the detriment of their own culture and traditions can be endless. Relatively recently, there was a scandal in connection with the Lidl retail chain popular all over Europe, where the crosses were “erased” on Greek yogurt packages from the image of Orthodox churches in the traditional local landscape. Well, so that suddenly, apparently, non-Christian buyers are not offended ...

But, they talked and stopped. And in fact, no one even knows how many more yoghurts or something else of the kind that simply no one noticed ... Is this super-tolerance? No, this is pure idiocy! After all, this is done by the same people who tell us about freedom of speech and protection of European values! These are those who are now calling on to continue to print cartoons that are harshly offensive to the feelings of Muslims around the world! Where is the logic? A cross and meatballs at school are not allowed - Muslims will be offended, the church on the yogurt lid is also terrible, and direct abuse of the fundamental figure of this very Muslim religion is okay, this is freedom of speech ... Moreover, this “freedom” is being introduced into the program the same schools where crosses, pork and short skirts are prohibited for a long time because of the same Muslims and the possible insult to their religious feelings. Christmas - the main holiday of Christians, by the way, and dairy products, the freedom of speech, apparently, also does not concern ...

Can anyone really say that all this together is the work of normal, adequate people?

And Emmanuel Macron urges to continue printing such "cartoons", allegedly in the name of freedom of speech. EU leaders express solidarity. Isn't this brain death? These same people have flooded Europe for decades with millions of Muslim migrants, tens of thousands of whom are outspoken Islamist fanatics. They taught them that everything is possible for them. They did not hinder the development and propaganda of radical Islam in any way. They forced the local population to respect newcomers and their values, and not vice versa. They allowed the creation of entire enclaves on their own territory, where the police do not go and where, in fact, the laws of European countries do not apply. And now what, have you decided to take them all at once to re-educate, integrate and teach them to respect freedom of speech and European traditions using the example of the dubious creativity of "Charlie Hebdo"? And in general, if what these citizens paint, we are offered to perceive as an example of some traditional European culture, then the question arises as to what form this culture still exists in, and if it exists ...

Of course, killing people, especially in the form of executions with heads off right in the street, is terrible. And nothing can ever serve as an excuse for this, let alone some cartoons, whatever is depicted on them ... But how does the French president react to this?

From his very appearance on the political horizon of Europe, it was clear that neither his native France nor the peoples of the rest of Europe cared much for him - the main priorities of Macron were and are the interests of transnational corporations and his own image as a world-class leader. But how much the French president does not care about his own people, it became clear only now. I'll try a comparison: imagine that you have a minefield in front of you, and you need to go to the other side. It would be logical to summon sappers, defuse mines and provide a safe passage, but then it would be better to go with extreme caution, carefully looking at your feet. But the French president in such a situation invites his fellow citizens to literally move forward in a crowd, not to be afraid of anything, and it is best to wave flags, sing and dance loudly so that the enemies do not think that they are afraid ...

Apparently, he does not care much about the number of possible new victims on this stupidly "fearless" campaign - he understands well that he himself will definitely not be among them. And the heads of all EU states, as well as the leadership of the European Union, that is, the very same people who created this “minefield”, fully support him in such undertakings.

After that, someone will say that the brain of Europe is still alive?
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  1. passing by Offline passing by
    passing by (passing by) 30 October 2020 07: 20
    +3
    if words do not help, but there is no brain, then cutting off the head is not so scary. it is still empty, and only the grave will fix it. long before all this, even the educated Arabs did not hide it. They are going to Europe to take revenge. To avenge EVERYTHING!
    1. Oleg Rambover Offline Oleg Rambover
      Oleg Rambover (Oleg Rambover) 30 October 2020 12: 17
      -2
      And why do Uzbeks go to Russia? Chechens to Moscow?
      1. passing by Offline passing by
        passing by (passing by) 30 October 2020 12: 21
        +2
        Chechens are citizens of Russia! Or maybe you can't go from Novgorod to Moscow either? Russia did not bomb Uzbekistan and did not convert to Orthodoxy.
        1. Oleg Rambover Offline Oleg Rambover
          Oleg Rambover (Oleg Rambover) 30 October 2020 13: 50
          -1
          Quote: passing by
          Chechens are citizens of Russia! Or maybe you can't go from Novgorod to Moscow either?

          Well, in Europe, terrorist attacks are carried out mainly by citizens of Europe.

          Quote: passing by
          Russia did not bomb Uzbekistan and did not convert to Orthodoxy.

          How do you think Uzbekistan got into the Russian Empire?
      2. Pishenkov Offline Pishenkov
        Pishenkov (Alexey) 30 October 2020 12: 56
        +6
        Unlike Europe. Nobody pays any benefits to Uzbeks or to anyone else in the Russian Federation, nobody keeps them for nothing, and there are no closed Muslim quarters in Russian cities. Yes, and their young girls go mostly in mini skirts, and not in a burqa ... About crosses, Christmas or pork, I generally keep quiet ...
        1. Oleg Rambover Offline Oleg Rambover
          Oleg Rambover (Oleg Rambover) 30 October 2020 14: 34
          0
          Quote: Pyshenkov
          Unlike Europe. Nobody pays any benefits to Uzbeks or to anyone else in the Russian Federation, nobody keeps them for nothing, and there are no closed Muslim quarters in Russian cities.

          But unlike Europe, they travel to the Russian Federation in the millions.


          Somewhere in Europe.

          Quote: Pyshenkov
          Yes, and their young girls go for the most part in mini skirts, and not in a burqa ...

          https://eadaily.com/ru/news/2020/09/23/u-nas-svoi-pravila-v-kazani-razreshili-nosit-hidzhaby-v-shkole
          1. passing by Offline passing by
            passing by (passing by) 30 October 2020 17: 06
            +2
            Millions of "Orthodox" Ukrainians go to Russia, who burned and plundered monasteries and churches in Russia. what did people not please you during prayer? or kissing corpse pieces (holy relics) look better? Probably under the Soviet Union he was also against wearing a cross to school, but now they hit him on the head with a crucifix and believed to the point of fanaticism? But only one God and the prophets of Christians and Muslims are the same. and the same commandments. still forbid nuns to wear headscarves ... the same hijab. and then suddenly at the stake as a heretic they will burn laughing
            1. Oleg Rambover Offline Oleg Rambover
              Oleg Rambover (Oleg Rambover) 30 October 2020 21: 02
              0
              Are we already on you?
              You definitely passed by.

              Quote: passing by
              Millions of "Orthodox" Ukrainians go to Russia, who burned and plundered monasteries and churches in Russia.

              Have they already burned everything?

              Quote: passing by
              what did people not please you during prayer?

              What makes you think that they did not please me in some way? If religious processions are allowed, then they can celebrate their bairam.

              Quote: passing by
              or kissing corpse pieces (holy relics) look better?

              Absolutely nothing better (and not worse).

              Quote: passing by
              the same hijab. and then suddenly at the stake as a heretic they will burn

              In general, it was sarcasm, people were horrified by some phenomena in Europe, but for some reason they do not notice exactly the same phenomena in the Russian Federation, but you, passing by, did not understand this.
              1. isofat Online isofat
                isofat (isofat) 30 October 2020 21: 10
                0
                Quote: SONATA 2.0 LPG
                That was sarcasm.

                Quote: Oleg Rambover
                In general, it was sarcasm, people were horrified by some phenomena ...

                Oleg Rambover, sarcasm in vogue now?
        2. Cyril Offline Cyril
          Cyril (Kirill) 31 October 2020 03: 25
          -1
          About crosses, Christmas or pork, I generally keep quiet ...

          Yes, it is better to be silent than to retell the next horror stories invented by the "reporters" of RT, "Tsargrad" and "Sputnik" :)

          Unlike Europe. no one pays any benefits to Uzbeks or anyone else in the Russian Federation,

          In Europe, benefits are also not paid to everyone in a row, there are strict conditions for the provision of cash assistance to migrants.

          https://abroadz.com/soczialnye-posobiya-dlya-emigrantov-v-germanii/ - вот здесь все подробно расписано.

          And yes, in Russia, the daily allowance for migrants with refugee status is paid in the same way, in the amount of 800 rubles per day :) Also, cash and social assistance is provided to migrants with children or pregnant women.
  2. gorenina91 Offline gorenina91
    gorenina91 (Irina) 30 October 2020 07: 22
    -4
    And Emmanuel Macron urges to continue publishing such "cartoons", allegedly in the name of freedom of speech. EU leaders express solidarity.

    - If this is really so ... then Macron is great ... to print and print ... and print again ...
    -That's personally, I saw a football match a few years ago, where some Arab footballer stabbed another footballer with his head ..
    -And how the whole audience then “tolerantly” reacted to the aggressive actions of this football player ... -that is how he responded to the insult (well, here you can say anything in your defense) ... -And how did everyone then support this aggressive Muslim Arab ... - such unanimity ... - Oh, how everyone turned out to be "civilized" then; and even a famous footballer ... - how can you not support here ... - so many fans ... - provided support and gave a "parting word" for others ... - And this "parting word" worked ...
    - And when a stupid Islamic fanatic suddenly cuts off a man's head ... - then something has already subsided ... - there is no time for applause ...
    1. Pishenkov Offline Pishenkov
      Pishenkov (Alexey) 30 October 2020 12: 52
      +2
      I don’t watch football, so I don’t really understand what you mean in this sense ... And the rest - maybe before printing, first, it’s better to deal with fanatics? And it is not those who print it that suffer, but ordinary people who quite possibly do not like this "creativity". Or the French thus decided to catch the radicals with live bait?
      And it’s not art in general, but an outright provocation - after the first terrorist attack at "Charlie" the circulation increased several times, so they try to continue ... though they hired good security for their office ... apparently they do not really want to suffer for their own freedom of speech .. ...
      1. passing by Offline passing by
        passing by (passing by) 30 October 2020 17: 12
        -1
        Football is not an indicator at all ... a separate incident from the general situation. Football players use their heads differently than everyone else.
  3. Berkham Ali-Tyan (Berkham Ali-Tyan) 30 October 2020 09: 08
    +2
    If an article begins with a statement, why end it with a question? The answer is given at the very beginning!
  4. Cyril Offline Cyril
    Cyril (Kirill) 30 October 2020 09: 09
    -4
    Alexey Pishenkov again broadcasts about how bad everything is in Europe, continuing to live in this very Europe :)

    And Emmanuel Macron urges to continue printing such "cartoons", allegedly in the name of freedom of speech. EU leaders express solidarity. Isn't this brain death? These same people have flooded Europe for decades with millions of Muslim migrants, tens of thousands of whom are outspoken Islamist fanatics.

    No, author, the principle of freedom of speech is not brain death. It is thanks to this principle that you can openly express your opinion in Europe about the authorities of this Europe and not get fooled at the same time.

    This is where, in the same France, crosses are removed in schools so as not to offend the feelings of Muslim students. This is in Denmark, where traditional pork meatballs, and pork in general, are prohibited in canteens of educational institutions for the same reason. This is in Germany or Holland, where Christian symbols are removed at Christmas markets, from crucifixion according to the image of saints and the traditional scene of the birth of the baby Christ into the world. This is in Britain and Ireland, where, to please the "guests" who have come in large numbers, even Christmas itself is already called "seasonal holidays" ...

    Since the author, besides his emotions, did not provide any evidence in support of all these horrors described by him, I decided to check it myself.

    First, about the prohibition of pork and products from it to Europe "to please the Muslims who have come in large numbers." There is no massive pork ban in Europe. There are isolated cases when the management of individual kindergartens (specifically kindergartens) excluded pork from the diet of their small canteens, replacing it with "neutral" chicken. In university and factory canteens, and in other catering establishments, no "pork ban" has ever been introduced.

    Next, about the ban on Christian religious attributes. I also looked, and this is what I found:

    https://lenta.ru/articles/2004/02/11/deny/ - во Франции in schools and universities banned from wearing openly any religious paraphernalia, be it large body crosses, Jewish kippahs, Islamic hijabs, etc.

    Thus, the ban on the open wearing of large pectoral crosses is associated not with "groveling in front of Muslims", but with the article declared in the French Constitution on the secular nature of the state.

    About banning Christmas symbols at fairs. Firstly, crosses and other Christian attributes are out of the question - they are not prohibited. We are talking about the initiative of some German and Austrian cities to remove Santa Claus from the fairground symbols. This really happened. But this is not due to groveling in front of Muslims. The initiators of the law were just the adherents of Christian values, who accused the Coca-Cola company of having appropriated and commercialized the image of Santa, and now it is associated with their products, and not with Christmas.

    You can read more about this here - https://ura.news/news/14448

    Other cities in Austria and neighboring Germany followed the example of Vienna. Advocates of the movement against the commercialization of Christmas and the return of Christian origins holidays in these countries remind residents that according to folk tradition, it is not Santa Claus who brings gifts for Christmas, but St. Nicholas.

    What do we see in this particular example? And we see that the authorities of some European cities really followed the lead of religious fundamentalists - that's just not Muslim, but Christian.

    About the fact that Christmas for the sake of Muslims began to be called "seasonal holidays."

    Dear author, the term "seasonal holidays" is a generally accepted concept in science, which means a holiday associated with agrarian cycles. It just so happens that Christmas is also associated with agrarian cycles, so it completely falls under this definition.

    Summary. A respected author who swears to us that he lives in the Czech Republic and in general has traveled all over Europe and knows it better than the Europeans themselves - when you once again retell stories broadcast by such resources as Channel One, Sputnik and Constantinople, please do it more skillfully. Maybe then someone will believe you that you live in the Czech Republic and have traveled all over Europe.
    1. Pishenkov Offline Pishenkov
      Pishenkov (Alexey) 30 October 2020 13: 11
      +2
      At first I wanted to argue ... but I won't. The dispute is interesting when the truth rises from it, as they say, but this is definitely not your case ...
      I will just repeat - you personally do not know anything about Europe. This is your information exclusively from the media. Therefore, it is not interesting to argue. It's like playing chess with pigeons - they will fly in, scatter the pieces and shit on the board ... Well, what pleasure and interest does such a game have?
      1. Cyril Offline Cyril
        Cyril (Kirill) 30 October 2020 13: 14
        -2
        This is your information exclusively from the media

        Just like yours :) I even indicated which ones :)

        I will just repeat - you personally do not know anything about Europe.

        And your unsupported horror stories are definitely not a source of any knowledge.
  5. Cyril Offline Cyril
    Cyril (Kirill) 30 October 2020 09: 29
    -3
    As for the specific topic of the article - namely, the terrorist attacks in France.

    Indeed, there is a problem of the growth of Islamic extremism in Europe. But it is not the "death of Europe's brain" that is to blame, but the extremists themselves and only they. France (like other European countries) is an open state. In accordance with its constitution, it provides equal access to representatives of any other nationalities to temporarily visit the country or immigrate to it for permanent residence.

    It is physically impossible to check every person who arrives for a fundamentalist worldview and a tendency to cut heads for pictures. Therefore, such cases, unfortunately, are possible and there is no getting away from them.

    And yes, before criticizing France for its immigration policy and the principles of freedom of speech, let us remember how not so long ago in Moscow an immigrant cut off a child's head and waved her in the street, shouting one well-known "Muslim phrase" and about that. that she hates democracy. And she didn't need any "caricatures of Muhammad" to do it.

    Summary. The fact that some representatives of some religions have an inadequate worldview and are inclined to react to any picture with the expression of a puberty is only to blame for these representatives themselves. Neither caricatures of Muhammad (or any other religious figure) nor freedom of speech have anything to do with it.
    1. Pishenkov Offline Pishenkov
      Pishenkov (Alexey) 30 October 2020 13: 15
      +3
      Another confirmation of your "knowledge":

      France (like other European countries) is an open state. In accordance with its constitution, it provides equal access to representatives of any other nationalities to temporarily visit the country or immigrate to it for permanent residence.

      - try to come there and ask for permanent residence ... I'll see how quickly and how far this "open" country will send you ...
      The problem is that it is not open to everyone ...
      1. Cyril Offline Cyril
        Cyril (Kirill) 30 October 2020 13: 28
        -1
        - try to come there and ask for permanent residence ... I'll see how quickly and how far this "open" country will send you ...

        Look here - https://www.rfi.fr/ru/frantsiya/20180118-kto-i-zachem-priezzhaet-vo-frantsiyu-migratsionnaya-statistika-za-2017-god

        Russians take 4th place :)
  6. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 30 October 2020 09: 38
    0
    Uh ... That is, we import all products from brainless Europe, and the media is worried that they will not buy raw materials from Russia ...
    Then where is the brain? Even if Yandex is registered over the hill ...
    1. Cyril Offline Cyril
      Cyril (Kirill) 30 October 2020 09: 46
      -4
      Pishenkov will answer this - this is such a brilliant move of the great Putin to extract buns from brainless Europe laughing They say, we almost do not spend money selling cheap raw materials, but we get expensive products from Europe :)
    2. Pishenkov Offline Pishenkov
      Pishenkov (Alexey) 30 October 2020 13: 05
      +3
      The brain is what controls. Plants and factories, and other enterprises whose products are so respected by everyone, unfortunately the EU is not run. They rather suffer from the decisions of this brain ... When the brain is sick, the body will not be well either.
      1. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
        Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 30 October 2020 14: 24
        -1
        Yes, truth? Isn't capitalism chtoli there?

        There are a lot of "experts" that telepathically get into the head of Maron, Trump, and Putin, and everyone knows them better ...

        But all to no use, "healthy" ?? the ruble is depreciating before the "crazy" euro ....
        1. Pishenkov Offline Pishenkov
          Pishenkov (Alexey) 30 October 2020 22: 34
          +2
          The presence or absence of brains is not determined by the exchange rate and number of banknotes. especially considering that all the denominations available in modern Europe were earned by previous generations, and not by those who are at the helm today.
          So far, these are only spending and going into the red.
          And the Europeans themselves do not care what the ruble exchange rate is and how much the people in Russia live worse than them. They worry that today they cannot afford what they could only yesterday, and tomorrow they will not be able to do that either ...
          It is not very correct and correct to assess the situation there from the outside.
          1. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
            Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 31 October 2020 00: 13
            -1
            If we smash Europe into Russia here, it will be the same.
            Not an indicator.
            Is it HPM - Macron's Sly Plan?

            It was reported that the Chechens have already been called upon to ask the French - do you say for Macron, or for the Prophet?)))) With the following consequences ...
            But Chechnya seems to be still in the Jihad? I have not heard that Kadyrov canceled his Jihad to Myanmar ...
            Who has the coolest brains?
            1. Pishenkov Offline Pishenkov
              Pishenkov (Alexey) 31 October 2020 15: 58
              +1
              Honestly, from the above, I did not understand ANYTHING. Neither about the KhPM (?) Nor about Chechnya and the jihad, nor from any side there is Myanmar ... Apparently I do not exist in that reality request
              1. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
                Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 31 October 2020 19: 03
                -1
                Right! That's what it is, that is, smart and immediately grabbed the essence.)))
                I'll try easier.

                1) "The presence or .... correct and correct" - if you change in your comments Europe to Russia, and Euro to Rubles - then the essence will not change much. "They worry that today they cannot afford what they could only yesterday, and tomorrow they will not be able to do that either ..." - well, it is written about us directly !!!!

                2). The Mufti of Chechnya has allegedly already called on the Chechens to ask around the French, whether they support the macron or not?
                Is the brain dead or not yet?

                3) Kadyrov at one time personally announced JIHAD to distant Myanmar. Video, news were.
                Is that jihad over or not? Is the brain dead or not yet?

                How do you think? Maybe the brain is dying not only in Europe?

                Ps .: HPM is a cunning plan of a macron. An analogue of Putin's cunning plan is KSP.
                1. Pishenkov Offline Pishenkov
                  Pishenkov (Alexey) 31 October 2020 20: 31
                  +2
                  Aha ... But this M does not have any HP, do not flatter yourself, and this can be seen with the naked eye. In a dead brain, CP are not born
                  1) not so, and it cannot be replaced = what the Russian Federation now has in its security box, which has just been printed, was created by those who are now in power. This is their merit. Just like the fact that this pillow has just worked during the crisis, there is nothing of the kind in the EU. And the standard of living of Russians from the 90s and the beginning of the 2000s has definitely risen, while the Europeans have exactly the opposite. The same is the other way around with crime, corruption, non-working laws, and so on - all this in Europe has greatly deteriorated.
                  2) the key word here is "allegedly", as apparently in paragraph 3) about jihad in Myanmar. They say a lot about Kadyrov, but as far as I know these people, "jihad" is too serious a concept for them to throw around.
                  And if the mufti said something like that (although, again, it is not clear from your words where and which Chechens should ask? In France or what? ... Or look for the French in Chechnya?), So what? He did not call on the head to be cut ... And what would the head of the Russian Orthodox Church say if somehow they also ran into the Orthodox faith?
                  You can treat Erdogan as you like, but he told Macron everything just right ...
                  1. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
                    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 31 October 2020 21: 17
                    -1
                    0). HP - the devil knows, then it will be seen
                    1) There is a jug. and in Europe there is a egg-box. Just another one.
                    The exchange rate reflects this ...

                    The standard of living has increased since the 90s. They found something to compare with.
                    Since the 2000s, it is no longer so obvious. There are definitely more billionaires. But prices have also increased .... And the population has decreased. Strange .....

                    Europeans? - fig knows, but all the reviews found on the internet show an increase in the level .. (acromia of greece)

                    2) Didn't read what he said. But what did he say - there are a lot of headlines ... hardly heads, but something different ...
                    But it's like, evidence of brain health! (It seems like they decided not to pay for gas, they decided to cancel the PR, and for sure there are many more interesting things ...)

                    3) Is the severity of jihad compensated by the optionality of its execution?
                    Sign of a healthy brain or not?
  7. Ivan Semenov Offline Ivan Semenov
    Ivan Semenov (Ivan Semenov) 30 October 2020 11: 25
    +1
    Quote: Cyril
    Alexey Pishenkov again broadcasts about how bad everything is in Europe, continuing to live in this very Europe :)

    So what? I live in Ukraine and at the same time I think that everything is bad and even very bad in the country. I am not planning to leave. Many have already left. It didn't get better, and the percentage of idiots became higher in general.
    1. Cyril Offline Cyril
      Cyril (Kirill) 30 October 2020 13: 17
      -2
      There is a fundamental difference between dissatisfaction with the country in which you were born and / or raised, having spent your entire adult life in it, and dissatisfaction with the country to which you consciously and independently came.
  8. Ivan Semenov Offline Ivan Semenov
    Ivan Semenov (Ivan Semenov) 30 October 2020 11: 40
    +1
    I believe that an epidemic of idiocy is raging in the world and all the troubles, incl. and from this. This attack (like Covid) is of artificial origin, it is introduced intentionally and systematically. Tolerance is a point of the plan that is based on idiocy. After tolerance, there will probably be the next stage.
    1. Pishenkov Offline Pishenkov
      Pishenkov (Alexey) 30 October 2020 13: 27
      +2
      In many ways I agree - sometimes it is extremely beneficial to be considered an idiot, it seems that bribes are smooth ... An example from the classics is Shveik Yaroslav Gashka, about whom no one has yet understood, if he was so stupid the sky is so cunning ...
      And you are also right about the place of residence - if a person criticizes something where he lives, then this is usually because he is not indifferent to it. This does not mean at all that if you don’t like something, you have to give up everything you’ve got used to, and that you have acquired for years and run somewhere ... But the level of the intelligentsia of the citizen to whom you answered this does not allow such things to be understood, but Wikipedia does not write about it wink
      And, by the way, in the Czech Republic there are no problems with this, thank God, yet. I hope that it will not be ... the Czechs are using all their "Schweik" potential for this, twisting themselves in different ways from the various ticks of the EU ... wink
  9. Sapsan136 Offline Sapsan136
    Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 30 October 2020 17: 30
    +2
    It all depends on who is in power ... The wrong people were admitted to power and they started to rule in the wrong way
  10. Cyril Offline Cyril
    Cyril (Kirill) 31 October 2020 03: 00
    -1
    On October 30, in Tatarstan (remember, this is a region of the Russian Federation), a young man shouting "Allah Akbar" and calling for "jihad against infidels" stabbed a policeman with a knife and threw 2 Molotov cocktails into a police department.

    I’m wondering, the death of whose brain will the dear Alexey Pishenkov explain this case? Maybe in Russia someone drew and showed caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad? Probably not. Muslims in our country, on the contrary, are licked, in schools of the same Tatarstan or Chechnya you can even wear a hijab and other religious attributes.

    I hope I will wait for a normal answer from the author, and not another "you do not understand anything!" laughing
    1. Pishenkov Offline Pishenkov
      Pishenkov (Alexey) 31 October 2020 16: 06
      +2
      ... since no cartoons, nothing else provoking, as you say, took place, this can be explained by the death of the brain of this very attacker.
      And by the way, those who do it in France are no better - a normal person with normal brains will not do anything like this, especially because of a caricature, a drawing, albeit stupid. But such crazy people, fortunately, are still quite few.
      But when citizens with such a weak psyche and inexplicable conclusions lead entire states and even their unions, then this is already a problem. It already smells of death and torture not for individual victims, but for entire nations.
      Does this answer suit you? hi
      If a normal question is posed, then a normal answer is possible. By the way, about crosses in schools, I meant crosses on the walls in classrooms, but they were really removed. As are the Christmas symbols at New Year's Eve markets.
      1. Cyril Offline Cyril
        Cyril (Kirill) 31 October 2020 17: 15
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        ... since no cartoons, nothing else provoking, as you say, took place, this can be explained by the death of the brain of this very attacker.

        Finally, someone begins to realize that it's not about cartoons and freedom of speech, but about the brains of the attackers.

        But when citizens with such a weak psyche and inexplicable conclusions lead entire states and even their unions, then this is already a problem. It already smells of death and torture not for individual victims, but for entire nations.
        Does this answer suit you?

        Arranges. But what does Macron and other European leaders have to do with it? Are they cutting off someone's heads?

        By the way, about crosses in schools, I meant crosses on the walls in classrooms, but they were really removed.

        That's right, removed. That's just not because of the fear of offending Muslims, but because in these countries the secular nature of the state is prescribed in the constitutions.

        So are the Christmas symbols at New Year's Eve markets.

        Damn, that's enough already, eh.

        https://noodleremover.news/fake-banned-xmas-82649b932d1d - вот здесь почитайте, что убрали, откуда убрали и по каким причинам.

        Hint - Muslims are not among these reasons.
        1. Pishenkov Offline Pishenkov
          Pishenkov (Alexey) 31 October 2020 20: 46
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          Damn well enough for me to send links to all sorts of garbage, when exactly in a month I will see all this again! Here will get a visa to any "free country of Europe", where you think everyone is expected and given permanent residence, and look!
          IZZA Muslims removed the crosses! In these secular states, for some reason, they did not interfere with anyone until the 2000s! As well as Danish meatballs, crosses on yokes, churches on yoghurts and so on and so forth!
          And also these secular states support the churches with their own money, that is, with the taxpayers' money. You haven't read it anywhere else? And the big piece of advice is not to believe everything that is written on the Internet. If you are really interested in something, check it yourself, look, find sources or really knowledgeable people on the spot.
          And I write about Europe precisely because I know what is happening in it, I see it every day and hear from my friends from Norway in Italy, and because I am far from indifferent ... In the Czech Republic, in this regard, thank God , everything is OK, but I do not want it to turn into what is today the same France, Benelux or Germany ...
          1. Cyril Offline Cyril
            Cyril (Kirill) 31 October 2020 21: 15
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            where do you think everyone is expected and given permanent residence

            I never said that everyone was expected there and gave permanent residence indiscriminately :) Stop attributing to me some of your speculations :)

            IZZA Muslims removed the crosses!

            Proof of. Do you know such a word?) I'll clarify right away - your "word of honor" is not such.

            In these secular states, for some reason, they did not interfere with anyone until the 2000s!

            This argument "works" in both directions - Muslim emigrants have been arriving en masse in Europe since the 50s-60s, but for some reason the crosses "because of them" were removed only now :)

            And also these secular states support the churches with their own money, that is, with the taxpayers' money.

            Lies again. Churches, for example, in Germany are financed by donations and the so-called "church tax", which:

            - absolutely voluntary - only the believers themselves pay it according to the lists drawn up by the religious organization of which they are parishioners.

            - is deducted by the state from income tax at a rate of 9%.

            The taxpayer has the right to leave the church and not pay tax, for which it is required to notify the passport office (German Statsamt) at the place of residence

            So "secular states support the churches at their own expense" - this is either your deliberate lie, or your absolute ignorance of the subject.

            And the big piece of advice is not to believe everything that is written on the Internet.

            Who should I trust? ) You, on your "word of honor"?)

            check it yourself, look, find sources

            That's exactly what I found sources :) In particular, about the financing of the church - this is Article 140 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Germany. And instead of normal sources you constantly refer exclusively to your "authoritative opinion")