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PARIS? YOU WERE WARNED!

Monday, November 16th, 2015

Note: On 13NOV2015, a Mohammedan group calling itself “ISIS” apparently launched multiples attacks in Paris. Economically, how much did the attacks cost the perpetrators? Almost nothing. How much will they cost France and the West? Hundreds of millions. Another good bang for the buck.

“A man of violence enticeth his neighbour,
And leadeth him into a way that is not good.” -Proverbs 16:29

“Make war on them until idolatry shall cease and God’s religion shall reign supreme.” – The Recital (The Koran), The Spoils 8:36

-The following is from Chapter Fourteen of the semi-fictional novel Inescapable Consequences (2009):

It was mid-afternoon on Friday.  At sundown, the Jewish Sabbath would begin and with it a new week.  Traditionally, Jewish husbands would prepare to attend religious services at synagogues while their Jewish wives prepared Sabbath-suppers at home.  Rachel personified that tradition.

The crowd of customers at Zucky’s increased with each passing minute.  Fortunately, Jules had trained his highly selected staff well, and they handled each customer with polite efficiency.  Rachel continued idly waiting her turn, scanning the crowd.

Her gaze strayed absentmindedly toward the double-doors at the front as two swarthy, young men, nicely attired in dress-shirts without ties but with suit-jackets entered.  Each carried a black, leather-covered case.  She watched as one walked toward the right of the shop where the restaurant was located.  The other pushed his way through the crowd of mostly women to the counter.

“That’s strange,” Rachel commented to herself.  “Why doesn’t the man take a ticket?  Everybody else has.”  Like an electric shock, the thought struck her, “Maybe, he’s not a customer.  Oh, my God!”

God also was on the minds of the two men with the black cases.  “Allahu akbar!” they shouted in unison as they opened the cases then reached inside.  From each case, out came a large, ugly-looking weapon that began spewing a steady stream of deadly bullets throughout the shop.  “Allahu akbar!” the two men kept shouting over the screams from the customers.

Rachel Freedman was the first to be felled by the assassin at the counter.  He pumped more than twenty rounds of ammunition into her before turning the blazing muzzle onto others.

Bodies lay everywhere except behind the counter.  The assassins showed no interest in the Latino staff, who, nevertheless, stood petrified.  As those patrons still alive tried to seek cover, they slipped and fell on the congealing blood that increasingly was coating the floor.

After an eternity lasting two minutes, with their ammunition exhausted, the two assassins ran from the restaurant to a car waiting at the curb.  They both glanced back at the delicatessen with broad smiles.  Mission accomplished!

Within the hour, the massacre had become nationwide “breaking news” on television.  The usual pack of televisionary “reporters”, many young women in heavy make-up with collagen-filled lips, had invaded the scene, impeding medical personnel and police.  Sending “the story” seemed more important to them than saving lives.  In a later tally, authorities attributed a minimum of six, unnecessary deaths to interference from “the media”.

The first shots had brought Jules Zuckerman running from his office.  Upon entering the shop proper, a high-powered slug penetrated his chest, tore through his ascending aorta, and killed him almost instantly.

The press corps interviewed his wife a few days later.  Many suggested that a fitting memorial to those slain would be to kill the restaurant also by closing it permanently and placing a stone-marker.

“Close it?” she asked incredulous.  “Why should I close it?  Would Julie have closed it?  Never!  We Jews honor living.  We don’t worship dying.  What more fitting memorial to my late husband and his customers than to continue serving them the best we can as best we can.  Food is the energy of life, and Julie was in the business of living.”

-End of excerpt-

Science says, “Behavior is a function of context and consequences.”

See “Islam: Friending The Foe” below.

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