When Rep. Steve King was talking to us about “Somebody Else’s Babies,” I’m guessing he had critters such as Ziyed Ben Belgacem in mind.
Take into account the fact that not a single Western nation – Britain, France, Germany, America, etc… – has been successful in the mystical act of “integrating and assimilating” the descendants of Moslem migrants.
In fact, statistics and a basic knowledge of recent terrorist attacks demonstrates that the second and third-generation foreigners are oftentimes more radical, useless, and savage than their parents and grandparents.
French soldiers have shot dead a man at Paris Orly Airport after he tried to seize a weapon from one of them. An evacuation of the terminal was ordered after the incident.
An unidentified man tried to seize a firearm from a French soldier at the airport and shots were fired by the French military in the ensuing altercation.
“The man succeeded in seizing the weapon of a soldier. He was quickly neutralized by the security forces,” Interior Ministry spokesman Pierre-Henry Brandet told Reuters.
“We confirm that the man, who tried to seize a weapon from a soldier, has been neutralized,” the national police also told RT, adding that it would not disclose any detail immediately.
Aside from the attacker, no other deaths or injuries are reported at the airport.
The man is said to have acted alone. Police sources told Reuters he was known to intelligence services as a radicalized Muslim.
Brandet later confirmed that the same attacker had injured a police officer in the northern Paris suburb of Stains earlier that morning. The shooting occurred after a police patrol had pulled over the man’s car for an ID check.
Anti-terrorism prosecutors will probe both the incidents.
Around 3,000 people were evacuated from the terminal during the special operation, according to local media.
Bomb disposal units were sent to the site to make sure the attacker did not have a suicide vest. No explosives have been found.
Flights have been suspended at both terminals of Paris Orly Airport due to the incident, with some inbound flights diverted to Charles de Gaulle Airport, Orly management said.
The South Terminal where the incident took place may stay closed until the evening, while the West Terminal is expected to open shortly.
‘He was holding woman by her neck with gun in his hand’
Some tweets reported a hostage situation, with several witnesses RT talked to confirming this.
“He was holding the woman by her neck with the police officer’s gun in his hand. We understood the seriousness of the situation and fled. Later we heard several shots,” a witness told RT outside the airport.
“When we entered the building, it was calm. Then, within several meters, I saw a young man. He took a female officer hostage and an evacuation happened very quickly,” another said.
The gunfire sparked panic at the airport, a witness identified as Dominque also told BFM television.
“The soldiers took aim at the man, who in turn pointed the gun he had seized at the two soldiers,” he said.
The thing about incidents like this is the fact that we no longer pay that much attention to them, as we have gotten almost-entirely desensitized over the last few years.