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Fox Guest: “Put Razor Wire Around” Muslim “No-Go Zones” And Catalogue Residents


“Put razor wire around those [Muslim] No-Go Zones … you turn off the water and then as they come out you catalog them”

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  • moraka

    It’s only natural that they should be vague as the war on terrorism is really a war on Islam. In Denmark you have the same issue, some of the signs that someone you know are an extremist, are stuff like they grow a beard. Mind you that even Gandhi was called a terrorist.

  • mindy1

    that about sums it up

  • mindy1

    Sadly yes >:(

  • Trimmercastle42

    French twitter users said it best, they’re not looking for terrorist, they’re looking for the unemployed.

  • Trimmercastle42

    My reaction after watching the “News” segment

  • Trimmercastle42

    Heck, most of the points in the article are open to interpretation, for example, I don’t go to the cinema that often because I watch my movies on netflix or, so according to France, anyone who watches movies at home or no movies at all is a terrorist.

    and #8 is the real kicker, so anytime someone changes their cloths, they are suddenly supporting terrorism? well better lock-up 99.9% of the population, and God help you if you split mustard on your T-shirt.

  • Trimmercastle42

    “As a matter of fact, brutal changes of behavior, especially when they pile upare signs that one joined a cult.”

    Though I agree that sudden changes can indicate something disturbing, its not always the case.

    Lets take point #3 from the article talking about sudden appetite changes; this is so vague and open to interpretation that diabetics and patient’s with hypertension could also be suspected of being “Terrorist” since part of their treatment plan invokes radically changing food consumption and adhere to a strict diet.

  • The greenmantle

    So the plan is that the USA govt should surround places that dont exist with barb wire and catalog the occupants ? I think unicorns should be worried
    Sir David

  • Laurent Weppe

    As a matter of fact, brutal changes of behavior, especially when they pile up are signs that one joined a cult. This applies to Daesh sympathizers, scientologists or people joining white supremacists groups (Have you ever met nincompoops who suddenly started obsessing over canned meat because they didn’t know whether its producers were not trying to “stealthy” sell them halal food? I have)

  • Yausari

    “You’re asking for trouble. We have spent billions – actually trillions since 2001. We’ve spent over eight billion in Iraq. All of those weapons that we left there; whose got em? Isis has them. Whose move in Afghanistan since we left? ISIS. Whose got those weapons? Isis. it’s virtually impossible… blah blah”

    No s#it, Sherlock. Maybe you’re doing something wrong. Get a clue!

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  • Laurent Weppe

    Sooooo, basically basically he’s arguing in favor of resurrecting the jewish ghettos

  • Yausari

    Half the signs are actually healthy lifestyles. I think the French Govt is conflicted.

  • Trimmercastle42

    I just read this article on…I have no idea how to respond to this, I’m dumbfounded by the amount of stupidity displayed.

    “9 Absurd Signs You May Be a Jihadist, According to the French Government”

  • Trimmercastle42

    Again with the “No-Go Zones”, How many times do people need to debunk it to get it through their thick skulls.

    Whats with the sudden influx of crazy on fox news, was there a breakout at the local mental asylum and suddenly found themselves on the station?

    I can’t believe im going to say it, but RT and Infowars are becoming more accurate and more sane than Fox News.

  • Reynardine

    The Warsaw Ghetto. It’s not just for Jews any more.

  • Tarig Musa

    It’s a bit surreal reading that article to be honest.

  • Yausari

    Strange huh? But I do believe stupid is infectious.

  • Alejandro Rodríguez

    Jihad is so global it is concentrated on North Africa and Asia and nothing of it is known in Latin America and Oceania, while North America and Europe have barely suffered anything serious aside from 9/11. Seriously, why, oh why do people say this kind of stuff?

  • Lithium2006

    “Western Political Leaders Like Obama Dismiss “Death Cult Religion” Of Islam” – Sean Hannity.

    Hannity Claims “15 To 20 Percent” Of Muslims Adhere To Radical Islam

  • Razainc_aka_BigBoss

    And remember people he’s a former CIA official these are the types of “geniuses ” hired by the CIA. Do they even think before hiring?

  • Lithium2006

    The right is becoming more Nazisque by the day. Just take a look at this and tell me you don’t see a pattern:

  • HSkol the Redundant

    Perhaps someone ought to put up a lube fence around Fox and affiliates so that employees and guests can be loosened up as they exit into the real, not so [up]tight world. Just a thought . . .

  • JD

    he means like this…

  • mindy1


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