First: This threat was sent to France a couple of days ago:
ISIS is threatening terror attacks on France in a chilling propaganda poster released ahead of the anniversary of November 2015 Paris massacres.
The poster shows the Eiffel Tower merged with a rifle, and urges supporters to carry out lone-wolf attacks on the West.
It warns that the terror organization is planning to target children, saying they will ‘kill the young’ in front of their parents.
The poster was published by ISIS-linked Wafa’ Media Foundation, who has been issuing chilling posters of mocked up executions of famous footballers to threaten terror attacks on next year’s World Cup.
It carries messages in both Arabic and English, stating that France ‘will pay very expensive price for your war on Islam’…
Then, a day or so later this happened:
A driver has ploughed into a group of pedestrians near the French city of Toulouse, injuring three Chinese exchange students.
A 23-year-old woman was seriously injured, and two men aged 22 and 23 were also hurt, police said.
The incident occurred outside a college in the suburb of Blagnac.
The 28-year-old driver “purposefully hit” the group on a crosswalk, Toulouse prosecutor Pierre-Yves Couilleau said.
Unconfirmed reports say he had a history of mental illness including acute schizophrenia. La Dépêche du Midi newspaper quoted him as telling police he had heard voices telling him to harm someone.
Mr Couilleau visited the scene of the accident and said there was no suggestion the incident was an act of terrorism.
“What matters in this case is the psychiatric profile of the person,” he said.
The man “had been planning this act for a month”, Mr Couilleau added.
Notice this attack immediately followed the call from isis…to attack. The article even admits he had “purposefully hit” the people and that he “had been planning this act for a month.”
Then it includes the official spin…”mental illness” and “no suggestion the incident was an act of terrorism.”
This latest Muslim terrorist attack took place near Toulouse. You may remember Toulouse as the location of the vicious Muslim terror spree by Mohammed Merah which included the murder of Jewish children in a school. There was widespread support for Merah’s actions among Muslim colonists in France.
Now we have yet another terrorist attack.
Abdellah B, a 28-year-old, rammed a Renault Clio into three students at the IGS campus, in a suburb of Toulouse. The victims are Chinese students in their early 20s. Two women and one man.
The French authorities are pivoting to their usuals standby, psychiatric problems. Most media accounts emphasize the psychiatric angle without using the terrorist’s name.
But the L’Express account offers something more.
“When he was arrested, he told the police, ‘I am on a mission,'” one of our sources said. The prosecutor’s office of Toulouse also specifies that he said he planned his attack “for a month”.
Abdellah (Slave of Allah) had the usual criminal record that most of these attackers do.
The Mayor of Toulouse is very shocked. And the French media is compulsively interviewing shrinks. But here’s a little context about Islamic terrorists and mental illness.
A Muslim terrorist stabbed four people at a train station near Munich while screaming, “Allahu Akbar”. In between proclaiming the glory of Allah, he also shouted that his victims were all “unbelievers”. A woman heard him say, “Infidel, you must die”.
The German authorities came to the inescapable conclusion that the attack had nothing to do with Islam. Instead the Muslim terrorist had been “mentally ill” and was probably not even fit to stand trial. The Koran wasn’t to blame. It was the fault of his psychological problems.
In Russia, Muslim monster Gyulchekhra Bobokulova beheaded a 4-year-old girl and displayed her head in the street while shouting, “Allahu Akbar. I hate democracy. I am a terrorist. I want you dead.” Faced with these bafflingly inscrutable statements, the authorities blamed mental illness.
The defense for the surviving Tsarnaev terrorist who had carried out the Boston Marathon bombing went one better by blaming the “severe psychiatric disorders” of his parents. The Boston Globe, had interviewed psychologists to determine what possible “mental health conditions” he might have had. The Los Angeles Times tried to find excuses for Syed Rizwan Farook, the San Bernardino Muslim killer, by claiming that he had grown up in a home “racked by mental illness”.
Any excuse except Islam.