So in other words, utter bollocks that has fuck all to do with this.Didn't happen, crisis actors. You're all sheeple. The real victims are cunts getting deplatformed for making shit up. Something something, vote against your own interests or else you're a pussy.
Yeah, the leftie bat signal went off ...You know what it is going on here.
Haggis is going to come in any minute now and tell them off for derailing a thread.
Unfortunately, it's always the same weak response that never addresses the problem. The issue doesn't start and end with these individuals who commit these crimes because you can always write that off to some fringe lunatic, which is always going to be the case. There are these people on the left, the right, from all kinds of various religions or whatever demographic you want. The issue here, and what the platitudes after atrocities never address, is that whilst the attacker may well have been a lone wolf, his actions won't be condemned by enough people. These murderous, vile actions have plenty of support. After the Bataclan atrocity, the killers were protected by an entire community of people and the police were attacked for trying to arrest mass murderers, terrorists. In Britain, you have around 10% of Muslims thinking that companies which publish pictures, like Charlie Hebdo did, deserve to be attacked. 20% felt sympathy for the 7/7 attackers.Horrific, terrible crime.
I don't think the solution is just about being "tough" however.
The French protect free speech more strongly than any country I'm aware of. They are also pretty hard-line when dealing with these terrorists. I don't think they can be accused of being soft, but I'm not an expert on this.
A big part of this is due to the complex social situations in France, which are tied into their history, and particularly their colonial history.
I don't know how you fix it, but it's a complex situation that will require a complex response.