The Notre Dame fire should get a lot of people fired, or worse

We went to Notre Dame many times when we lived in Paris during the summer of 1980. The destruction of the cathedral is extremely bizarre. Here’s why:

French news outlets reported it as the confiscation of a car filled with seven propane tanks on a street near Notre Dame cathedral. No detonators or other explosive devices were found inside, but documents in Arabic were. The vehicle, a Peugeot 607, raised suspicions in the 5th arrondissement because it had been parked improperly with its lights still on and the license plates had been removed, possibly because the car had been listed as stolen. Then, late Tuesday evening, two unnamed suspects, a 34-year-old man and a 29-year-old woman, both known to France’s domestic intelligence service, as BFMTV reported, “for espousing the ideology of Daesh”

That was 2016. 2016. Three years ago. ISIS tries to blow something up and fails in NDI. Do you think they’re just going to go away? WTCI led to WTCII after all. Importantly, we’re not saying that the fire today is a terrorist thing, but if such an attempt were made in the past, wouldn’t ordinary common sense dictate preparing for a possible NDII – looking at the structure’s ability to deal with fires, and if they were found wanting, to repair, replace, or provide them? Who are the idiots who saw an obvious problem and did precisely nothing to prevent NDII?

3 Responses to “The Notre Dame fire should get a lot of people fired, or worse”

  1. feeblemind Says:

    The Gateway Pundit reported – Mr. Karsenty brought up the fact that churches across France are getting desecrated and vandalized on a weekly basis — this angered Shepard Smith because how dare anyone speak the truth.

    “Even the Nazis didn’t dare destroy it [Notre Dame cathedral],” Karsenty said. “And you have to know for the last year we’ve had churches desecrated each and every week all over France so of course you will hear the story of the politically correct which will tell you it is probably an accident.”

    Shepard Smith immediately cut off Karsenty — “Sir. Sir! Sir! We’re not going to speculate here of the cause of something for which we don’t know.”

    Shepard Smith would not let the guest speak and eventually ended the call saying, “No sir, not here, not on my watch!”
    #7 feeblemind on 2019-04-15 23:39 (Reply)

  2. feeblemind Says:

    The Narrative does not allow them to consider that there may be persons belonging to certain religious groups that may want to destroy Christian churches, because these people are as pure as the driven snow and can do no wrong.

  3. feeblemind Says:

    Militant Secularism? Really?

    France’s Christian heritage is under attack from ‘militant secularism’

    Figures show 875 churches in France were vandalised last year

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