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Police Brutality Videotaped at Belgian 9/11 Peaceful Demonstration Against "Islamization of Europe"
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Posted on 09/13/2007 9:30:12 AM PDT by Between the Lines

Police Brutality Videotaped at Belgian 9/11 Peaceful Demonstration Against "Islamization of Europe"
Pro-life, pro-family politicians of Flemish independence party especially targetted

By John-Henry Westen

BRUSSELS, September 12, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) - A September 11 demonstration against the "Islamization of Europe", where protesters planned a moment of silence to commemorate the 9/11 tragedy in the United States, was banned by the Socialist mayor of Brussels Freddy Thielemans claiming he feared "chaos and security threats".  Despite the ban, over 200 Belgians went ahead with a peaceful demonstration and joining them were the several prominent pro-life politicians.

What then transpired is something reminiscent of Tiananmen Square.  Brussels Journal reporter Paul Belien who was at the scene describes the police brutality not only with words but with photos and video. 

"Riot police units from Liege in Wallonia, the French-speaking part of Belgium, maltreated the demonstrators, many of them from Flanders, the Dutch-speaking part of Belgium, in an excessively violent way," reports Belien.

On video police are seen brutalizing several politicians from the Vlaams Belang party and members of the European Parliament.  Vlaams Belang (VB) is currently the second most important party in Flanders and one of the largest parties in the country.

VB supports natural marriage and family life through tax reform and opposes same-sex marriage and adoption by homosexual partners. VB also opposes abortion except in cases of rape or for medical threats to a mother's life and supports relaxation of the country's strict adoption laws.  VB also proposes Flemish independence and in that respect is similar to Canada's Bloc Quebecois a large national party which proposes secession of Quebec.

Belien describes the scenes shown in the video:
"The grey-haired man whom we see being attacked by the police first is Luk Van Nieuwenhuysen, the Vice-President of the Flemish Parliament. Shortly afterwards we see the police maltreating Frank Vanhecke, a member of the European Parliament and the party leader of the Vlaams Belang. We see how he is handcuffed and pushed into a police bus. Afterwards we also see the police "taking care" of Filip Dewinter, the VB group leader in the Flemish Parliament."

See the video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xR-J8cXYVIo&eurl=http%3A%...

Note how Dewinter's hand is beaten with a baton at the end of the video. The demonstrators were kept in cells for seven hours and released.

In this photo Vanhecke is seen held by police officers while one of them pinches his scrotum. "As they did so they shouted abuse such as "Sale Flamingant" (Dirty Flemish-secessionist)," reports Belien.

Flemish television reporter Goedele Devroy told a colleague that she was amazed by the brutality of the police against the peaceful demonstrators "who just stood there." She added: "This is strange because, when I rang the police this morning, they said that they would tolerate the demonstration if the demonstrators would not use violence and if they just remained put and would not try to march."

An Italian MEP and a French MEP were also arrested. 

The Italian government has complained to the Belgian government about the arrest of Mario Borghezio, an Italian member of the European Parliament, protesting against the violation of his parliamentary immunity by the Belgians.

Belgian authorities have also heard a complaint from prominent Slovak politician Vladimir Palko.  Palko, of the Slovak Christian-Democrat Party KDH, has written Alain Cools, ambassador of Belgium in Slovakia and publicly protested against the illegitimate use of force against peaceful demonstrators in Brussels.

In his open letter, Palko wrote: "Until today, I thought that something like this is possible only in Lukashenko's Belarus, in today's Europe. Moreover, I do not understand why it is forbidden in Brussels to demonstrate against islamization of Europe. Islamization of Europe is a serious problem. We can have various opinions and disagree about solutions needed, but it is highly important to freely discuss about them."

Concluding his letter, Palko wrote: "I hope that in future we will not hear about such events anymore and that European Union where we live together will be area of liberty, not a soft-tyranny."

To express concerns to the Belgian government:

Embassy of Belgium in Washington, United States 3330, Garfield Street N.W. Washington D.C. 20008 United States Phone: +1-202-333.69.00 Fax: +1-202-333.30.79 +1-202-333.54.57 Email: Washington@diplobel.org

General Consulate of Belgium in Toronto, Canada - 2, Bloor Street West, Suite 2006, Box 88, Toronto, Ontario M4W 3E2. Tel: 944.14.22, 944.14.23, 944.14.24 Fax: 944.14.21 E-mail: Toronto@diplobel.org

For Belgian embassies in other countries see this list:
http://www.learn4good.com/travel/belgium_embassies.htm ;


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1 posted on 09/13/2007 9:30:14 AM PDT by Between the Lines
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To: wagglebee

An unidentified man is arrested by police during a demonstration regarding what some believe as the Islamization of Europe in Brussels, Tuesday Sept. 11, 2007. Demonstrations were banned by the Belgian government on Tuesday and those who took part were arrested. (AP Photo/Thierry Charlier)
2 posted on 09/13/2007 9:35:15 AM PDT by NYer ("Where the bishop is present, there is the Catholic Church" - Ignatius of Antioch)
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To: Between the Lines
That was truly sureal.

It was like something out of a cliche movie about the future except that it was two days ago.

3 posted on 09/13/2007 9:35:24 AM PDT by freedomson (Tagline comment removed by moderator)
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To: Between the Lines
"I hope that in future we will not hear about such events anymore

The EU will guarantee that you won't hear about it anymore by smashing the cameras of anyone there and shuting down any newspapers or TV stations trying to report it.

4 posted on 09/13/2007 9:35:47 AM PDT by KarlInOhio (May the heirs of Charles Martel and Jan Sobieski rise up again to defend Europe.)
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To: Between the Lines

No protesting of islam is to be allowed.


5 posted on 09/13/2007 9:36:09 AM PDT by processing please hold (Duncan Hunter '08) (ROP and Open Borders-a terrorist marriage and hell's coming with them)
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To: Between the Lines

You can bet your booties that if the crazy islamics wanted to protest the mayor would have rolled out the red carpet and the police would never touched these crazies.


6 posted on 09/13/2007 9:36:24 AM PDT by lilylangtree (Veni, Vidi, Vici)
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To: Between the Lines

Islam considers itself ultimately un-defeatable and we’re all capitulating - or having it done for us - day by day.


7 posted on 09/13/2007 9:36:29 AM PDT by onedoug
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To: Between the Lines
"Abolish Belgium," at the link below, provides some insight into the mindset there:

http://www.washingtontimes.com/article/20070912/EDITORIAL/109120017/1013/editorial

Six years ago Claude Eerdekens, a leading Walloon Socialist and the chairman of the Naturalization Commission of the Belgian House of Representatives, admitted that his commission was granting citizenship to foreigners without investigating the applicants' backgrounds because most of the immigrants speak French rather than Dutch. "Our commission does more for the frenchification of Brussels than the Flemings can ever do to prevent it," he boasted in a newspaper interview.

All this would not have been possible if Belgium had been a democracy. Belgium's Constitution stipulates, however, that no major decisions can be taken without a majority in both parts of the country and that the government should consist of 50 percent Flemings and 50 percent Walloons. In practice this means that 20 percent of the population (i.e. half of the Walloons) can veto every decision. This has made the Parti Socialiste (PS), the largest party in Wallonia, the power broker in the country.

While capitalist-minded Flanders generates wealth (it accounts for 70 percent of Belgium's GDP and 80 percent of its exports), Wallonia, at the receiving end of a generous welfare system, spends most of the money and vetoes any attempt to reform the system. Every year 6.6 percent of Flanders' GDP is spent on welfare in Wallonia.

8 posted on 09/13/2007 9:40:06 AM PDT by 3AngelaD (They screwed up their own countries so bad they had to leave, and now they're here screwing up ours)
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To: NYer

I note your picture. This should be the poster for freedom of speech in Europe.

Our parents and grandparents fought and died in the fields of Europe, for this?


9 posted on 09/13/2007 9:46:03 AM PDT by live+let_live
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To: Between the Lines

Expectations for political unity in Iraq are astronomically comical when you see scenes like this.


10 posted on 09/13/2007 9:48:36 AM PDT by Berlin_Freeper (ETERNAL SHAME on the Treasonous and Immoral Democrats!)
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To: Finny

self ping


11 posted on 09/13/2007 9:54:25 AM PDT by Finny ( Only saps buy man-caused global warming.)
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To: Between the Lines

Freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, the right to petition government for redress of grievances: do not ever take these things for granted. Many Europeans have chosen to cede their liberties, most recently paid for in American blood, in exchange for security. They will wind up with neither freedom nor security.


12 posted on 09/13/2007 9:57:45 AM PDT by andy58-in-nh (Kill the terrorists, secure the borders, and give me back my freedoms.)
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To: pissant

just damn fyi ping

13 posted on 09/13/2007 9:58:49 AM PDT by Revelation 911 (prov 30:33)
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To: Between the Lines
"I hope that in future we will not hear about such events anymore and that European Union where we live together will be area of liberty, not a soft-tyranny."

Hate to tell him this, but Europe has been a soft-totalitarian zone since the 1950s.

14 posted on 09/13/2007 10:00:23 AM PDT by Titus Quinctius Cincinnatus (Want authentic 1st century Christianity? Visit a local, New Testament Independent Baptist church!)
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To: Between the Lines

Whoo hoo! Whoopin’ ass on some protesters. Gotta love it.


15 posted on 09/13/2007 10:02:53 AM PDT by Wolfie
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To: freedomson
It was like something out of a cliche movie about the future except that
it was two days ago.


I bet this story is like rocket-fuel porn for Islamics.

Getting some of the dhimmis to do their bidding by hassling
other dhimmis.

The Islamics probably have to pinch themselves to convince them that
they are doing something their forebearors couldn't do back in
the 700s.
A total and successful conquest of Europe.
And no need to use the sword this time.
When they can get the useful idiots of Europe to do the job for them.
16 posted on 09/13/2007 10:03:28 AM PDT by VOA
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To: andy58-in-nh
They will wind up with neither freedom nor security

and then, once again, cry: "Help, America!"

17 posted on 09/13/2007 10:08:09 AM PDT by maine-iac7 ( "...but you can't fool all of the people all the time." LINCOLN)
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To: Wolfie
Whoo hoo! Whoopin’ ass on some protesters. Gotta love it.

Ahhh - did you forget a "sarg/" - or what's in your morning coffee?

18 posted on 09/13/2007 10:09:50 AM PDT by maine-iac7 ( "...but you can't fool all of the people all the time." LINCOLN)
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To: maine-iac7
"sarg/"

oops

"sarq/"

19 posted on 09/13/2007 10:11:26 AM PDT by maine-iac7 ( "...but you can't fool all of the people all the time." LINCOLN)
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To: Between the Lines
"Riot police units from Liege in Wallonia, the French-speaking part of Belgium, maltreated the demonstrators, many of them from Flanders, the Dutch-speaking part of Belgium, in an excessively violent way," reports Belien.

They used cops from the French socialist part of Belgium to suppress dissent from the Dutch capitalist part of Belgium. Classic.

20 posted on 09/13/2007 10:12:40 AM PDT by PapaBear3625
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To: Between the Lines

A political faction colluding at the bringing in of immigrants in order to change the voting blocs in their favour. Yes, that could only happen in Europe /s


21 posted on 09/13/2007 10:13:03 AM PDT by agere_contra
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To: Between the Lines
Watching that video should send a chill up everyone’s spine - it’s indicative of some very chilling portentsWe take heed now or we pay later
22 posted on 09/13/2007 10:13:46 AM PDT by maine-iac7 ( "...but you can't fool all of the people all the time." LINCOLN)
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To: maine-iac7

Sorry, read it wrong. I thought the protesters were against the U.S. In which case, you know, kick some ass and take names. But seeing as how they’re on our side, I’m appalled at this assault on free speech.


23 posted on 09/13/2007 10:16:37 AM PDT by Wolfie
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To: Wolfie
Sorry, read it wrong

Understandable - it's takes a bit for a rational mind to wrap around this

24 posted on 09/13/2007 10:17:49 AM PDT by maine-iac7 ( "...but you can't fool all of the people all the time." LINCOLN)
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To: maine-iac7
and then, once again, cry: "Help, America!"

To which we will reply....

25 posted on 09/13/2007 10:20:45 AM PDT by andy58-in-nh (Kill the terrorists, secure the borders, and give me back my freedoms.)
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To: Between the Lines
And this was reported in the US media where?

Though this is a deplorable brown-shirt-like attack on a peaceful demonstration, I'm very heartened to see some Europeans--and especially elected leaders--beginning to stand up and resist both Islamicization and the Culture of Death.

God protect them!
26 posted on 09/13/2007 10:24:41 AM PDT by Antoninus (Republicans who support Rudy owe Bill Clinton an apology.)
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To: VOA
And no need to use the sword this time.

Oh, trust me, they'll use the sword the second they feel strong enough. They can't help themselves.
27 posted on 09/13/2007 10:28:13 AM PDT by Antoninus (Republicans who support Rudy owe Bill Clinton an apology.)
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To: Antoninus
And this was reported in the US media where?

Exactly!

28 posted on 09/13/2007 10:31:12 AM PDT by Altura Ct.
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To: maine-iac7

If you like this, wait until President Hillary takes office.


29 posted on 09/13/2007 10:32:00 AM PDT by stinkerpot65 (Global warming is a Marxist lie.)
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To: Antoninus
Many more pictures, discussion, and background as well as an informative article here:

Democratic Europe, R.I.P.

30 posted on 09/13/2007 10:33:23 AM PDT by Jack Black
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To: Antoninus

“Oh, trust me, they’ll use the sword the second they feel strong enough.
They can’t help themselves.”

Agreed.
Anybody who doesn’t reach that conclusion hasn’t read:

“Jihad In The West”
by Paul Fregosi
Amazon.com listing:
http://www.amazon.com/Jihad-West-Muslim-Conquests-Centuries/dp/1573922471/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1/103-0803763-7665449?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1189705084&sr=1-1


31 posted on 09/13/2007 10:40:06 AM PDT by VOA
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To: VOA
The conclusion from the artilce posted and linked in #32 above: ...if we can advance our cause through mass demonstrations that circumnavigate the EU dictators then that is at least a start.

If we cannot, and I suspect that we cannot, then we will know where we stand. The era of men in suits debating our future will have come to a close. We will be alone, abandoned by our traditional leaders and without a new leader of our own. But that is easily remedied. Once we know what we need to do, then we will do it and until we are forced to admit that this is our final recourse, it will be one we ignore. When the written word, speech, and the democratic process can no longer be relied upon to bring about change, then words will be replaced with physical deeds. We didn’t start this, but by sheer weight of numbers we can finish it

... Do these socialist lunatics have any idea of our violent history? They appear to betting that we will not fight for territory, religion or culture. On this they are possibly right, but we will, surely, fight for our children. The idea that a continent of half a billion people will allow a handful of Communist manqués, in alliance with a very small minority (today) of bearded Nazis, to dictatorially browbeat us into submission, when we have the unarguable knowledge that our failure to retaliate will wreak destruction upon our children and grandchildren is simply too fantastical to possibly be true.

32 posted on 09/13/2007 10:51:35 AM PDT by Jack Black
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To: Between the Lines; wagglebee; NYer

WTF? These people protesting are obviously not thugs - why would the LE be so treacherous???


33 posted on 09/13/2007 11:08:09 AM PDT by Froufrou
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To: Froufrou

The EU and its cabal of useful infidels..


34 posted on 09/13/2007 11:11:48 AM PDT by sheik yerbouty ( Make America and the world a jihad free zone!)
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To: sheik yerbouty

I get the biggest thrill everytime I see your name. It’s only funny when it’s pronounced correctly, bwahahaha!

I read somewhere that the French ‘try to ignore’ the problem. Big mistake and I think they’re figuring that out.


35 posted on 09/13/2007 11:16:33 AM PDT by Froufrou
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To: Wolfie

“Sorry, read it wrong. I thought the protesters were against the U.S. In which case, you know, kick some ass and take names. But seeing as how they’re on our side, I’m appalled at this assault on free speech.”

Hah, I am sure you meant this one to have a “/sarc.”

NO, the difference is NOT our side/their side.
The difference is that this was a PEACEFUL demonstration.
Nobody destroyed property, or threatened lives.
The official press coverage criticizes the protestors for carrying ‘national symbols’ - their country’s flag.

The only thing they did wrong was civil disobedience... they were refused a permit to hold their demo on the 9/11 anniversary in support of the US and the West. The same local government ALLOWED a MUSLIM ‘peace parade’ to CELEBRATE the killings of 9/11 on the preceding Sunday.

Further, as others have pointed out, the govt sent police/troops from the French/Flemish/socialist side of Belgium to put down their rivals, the Dutch/Walloon/capitalists - no doubt COUNTING on the resulting police brutality toward the peaceful protesters - including a Member of Parliament.

Now, I do see a double-standard there.
But it is not where you seemed to think...
Do you really think this action was fair?


36 posted on 09/13/2007 11:38:49 AM PDT by Shazolene
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To: Froufrou

Froufrou, see my #36. -Shaz


37 posted on 09/13/2007 11:40:38 AM PDT by Shazolene
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To: Froufrou; Wolfie

Oops, got the warring factions mixed up, see the following quote from the article:

“”Riot police units from Liege in Wallonia, the French-speaking part of Belgium, maltreated the demonstrators, many of them from Flanders, the Dutch-speaking part of Belgium, in an excessively violent way,” reports Belien.”

(Paul Belien of The Brussels Journal, which keeps an eye on the EU.)


38 posted on 09/13/2007 11:43:55 AM PDT by Shazolene
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To: Shazolene

Gotcha. And doesn’t [location] have a right to peaceful assembly?

I mean, had they not applied for the declined permit, wouldn’t they have been free to ‘accidentally meet up and as a group invoke their disagreement upon the permitted group?


39 posted on 09/13/2007 11:44:41 AM PDT by Froufrou
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To: Between the Lines
COMING SOON TO A US CITY NEAR YOU!!!!!


40 posted on 09/13/2007 11:59:49 AM PDT by New Perspective (Proud father of a 3 year old son with Down Syndrome)
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To: Thud

ping


41 posted on 09/13/2007 12:36:00 PM PDT by Dark Wing
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To: stinkerpot65
If you like this, wait until President Hillary takes office.

Exactly.

We've already had far worse examples when the evil duo were in office - we should never forget little Elián Gonzales - and all the children burned alive in Waco...the mother, holding her baby in her arms, shot to death at Ruby Ridge...

Indeed, there should be ads run to remind people - at this time when the dems are screaming that they will NEVER let Ted Olson become AG - we need to remind people - including ourselves = what kind of an AG the dimRats appointed and protected. We must never forget RENO - we should run adds with just her photo with the words "NEVER AGAIN" across it. that would be all that would be needed.

With all the noise the rats are making about who they will/will not allow to be appointed out next AG, we should be screaming from the rooftops to remind people just what kind of "law" they want to be able to unleash on us again...

Time to rise up and seize the moment. Letters to the local editors = and bombard the media from every angle - remind Rush, Hannity, et all - make the connection in their minds -

42 posted on 09/13/2007 1:30:55 PM PDT by maine-iac7 (",,,but you can't fool all of the people all of the time." LINCOLN)
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To: Between the Lines

Alright, who DIDN’T see this coming in Europe.

Although, I must admit, it was unsettling to see it happening so soon. This is BELGIUM too, I mean, who associates violence with modern Belgium?


43 posted on 09/13/2007 2:27:15 PM PDT by oakcon
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To: oakcon

I don’t know about associating violence with Belgium, but after having known many French speaking Belgians I can say that I do think of them as being total scumbags. And believe me, I speak from experience.


44 posted on 09/13/2007 3:28:21 PM PDT by frankiep (Beer - the cause of, and solution to, all of life's problems)
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To: oakcon
I mean, who associates violence with modern Belgium?

The people in their former colonies.

45 posted on 09/13/2007 3:34:04 PM PDT by Max in Utah (O Great and Benevolent Rulers of America: WHERE-IS-OUR-FENCE?!)
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To: Between the Lines
Belgium Bullies and Brutes Bookmark

Now having NO desire to visit the land of hate and intolerance: Belgium. Who would have thought...

46 posted on 09/13/2007 3:34:47 PM PDT by EverOnward
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To: Froufrou

Actually, this group was not at the same location nor on the same day as the Muslim group. So there was no chance of violent confrontation, except of course for the possible passing jihadi unable to contain himself!


47 posted on 09/13/2007 4:52:14 PM PDT by Shazolene
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To: maine-iac7
“the mother, holding her baby in her arms, shot to death at Ruby Ridge...”

That was George HW Bush’s Administration. Clinton hadn’t even been elected yet.

48 posted on 09/13/2007 8:58:32 PM PDT by Infidel1571
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To: maine-iac7
"sarg/"

oops

"sarq/"

/sarc perhaps?

49 posted on 09/13/2007 9:04:05 PM PDT by Between the Lines (I am very cognizant of my fallibility, sinfulness, and other limitations.)
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To: Froufrou

France always ignores things until misfortune finds them.


50 posted on 09/13/2007 9:34:18 PM PDT by sheik yerbouty ( Make America and the world a jihad free zone!)
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