Christmas terrorism in Europe

Guest Post:

For anyone who hasn’t used Google translate yet, here is an opportunity.

A French news link provides a story about the cancellation of a seven-year-old tradition celebrating Christmas. The security costs are too high.

The Croix-Rousse Christmas market has been canceled. In question, the budget security too heavy to carry the association Lyon Côté Croix-Rousse. Photo Alain-Charles FABRE

With Google Translate in action, we can check out the facts.

In Bochum, city marketing has packed the otherwise ugly terror barriers into attractive wrapping paper – and not only praises it Source: dpa

The terrorist blocking on Christmas markets does not look really reflective. In Bochum, the clogs have been wrapped up in nice wrapping paper and wrapped in a red bow – so they look nicer, as they say.

In translation, the word “reflective” is used when it ought to be “festive”!

Why do they need unaffordable security for a traditional Christmas market?

ISIS of course! Their plan to Islamise the world is succeeding. Infidels should fear Islam, and ISIS jihadis have put a call out to the devout to make an effort this Christmas.

Mocked-up images of a menacing hooded figure lurking behind Father Christmas have been circulated on ISIS-supporting messaging groups.

One, showing London’s Regent Street in the background, comes with the ominous caption “Soon on your holidays” in English, French and German, the Epoch Times reports.

Another shows a Christmas market in Paris, with the Eiffel Tower in the distance.

The sick messages were intercepted by BlackOps Cyber, an internet intelligence agency.

Once again police and first responders will be on high alert and on extended hours. I wish them a Happy Christmas.

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