Good News: Muslim Yelling ‘Allahu Akbar’ While Driving Into Troops Not Charged with Terrorism

Relax. The “Frenchman of Tunisian descent” (as Reuters described him) who drove his car at French troops — who were, ironically enough, guarding a mosque — was no terrorist. He just had a “fit of anger” according to Prosecutor Alex Perrin of Valence, the city in which the attack occurred. Perrin says it was a spontaneous thing…

  • Clink9

    Come on. Who here hasn’t done that?

    • Justin St.Denis

      Excellent point. We are humbled.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    ‘Sudden Jihad Syndrome’ that has nothing to do with Islam?

  • Physics grad

    The treasonous prosecutor Alex Perrin of Valence should be removed from office by some “angry” people having a “fit” with a hemp rope

    • Justin St.Denis

      Good point, and entirely consistent with French history, which is about what happened in France back when the French had balls. French history ended at the beginning of the 20th Century…

  • bob e

    soon the smokescreen will not be enough to
    hide the raging inferno ..

  • Xavier

    Next, “A fit of religious anger”. But still not Islam.

  • This will diminish the statistics of number of terrorist acts by one. It will make the authorities look less useless.

    • Exile1981

      Actually a few years ago I was looking at murder stats for North America vs. Europe vs. Australia and learned a very interesting fact. The EU only reports crimes for which there was a successful conviction and only in the year that the conviction happens. Canada, the US and Australia report based on actual crimes and when they happened. Also in the latter 3 a crime could end up in multiple categories based on reporting methods.

      So lets say a women was robed, raped and then shot and died in 2011 and the police tracked the guy down and arrested him in 2012 and he was convicted in 2013.

      In the Canadian / Australian models of reporting this would show up as three crimes in the stats a rape, robbery and murder all for the year 2011

      In the US model it shows up in two stats rape and robbery resulting in death for the year 2011

      In European model it would not show up in the stats for the year 2011 but would show up as a single crime in the year 2012 or 2013 depending on the EU country (some report on arrest and some report on conviction. That is why in England you see often crime stats listed as “X number of arrests for robbery”. Because they list by arrests not actual number of incidents.

      Now the other part of this is that in Europe they only list multi crimes as under a single category rather than multiple. Technically in europe they are supposed to list it under the worst crime (in this case murder) but often the local police departments list it under the least crime to make it look better for the department. A report from the early 2000’s said as much as 50% of all crime in Europe does not show up in the stats and in 70%of multi crime events they were listed under a lesser charge rather than the greater charge.

      So using my hypothetical crime it would be reported as 1 rape, 1 murder and 1 robbery all in 2011 in Canada but it would likely show up as just a robbery in 2013 in Europe stats.

      I hope that helps clarify the difficulty in crime stat comparisons.

      • Very interesting, thanks. And of course, shocking – this is effectively lying to keep the public from knowing just how bad things really are.

        • Exile1981

          I’m not sure it is exactly lying. Everybody has had there own way of reporting for decades that it has always been near impossible to compare countries.

          I read all of this in a thesis by someguy who was trying to develop a way to compare countries murder rates. In the end he said it was nearly impossible to compare effectively since if you compared US convictions to France’s murder “rate” you would be lookibg at convictions vs convictions and since the US has a much higher conviction rate than France. So it would look like the US had a higher murder rate but really its that I think it worked out to the US having twice the conviction rate vs france.

          In the end he figured out the murder rate in New York was much lower than Paris but since so many murders in Europe go unsolved it could be much worse.

          He also mentioned that UN murder rates and the ones on the CIA fact book page both ignore the actual murders vs convicted murders issue and are useless.

          • You seem to work or have worked in statistics. I’ve worked in international medical statistics. The answer, of course, is to cover all categories of the subject matter, in a systematic way, so that the full picture emerges no matter how you look at it. This is what any sincere, competent scientist would do. Since this is not done with regard to criminal stats, as you show, the underlying motive has to be a deliberate attempt to hide information. This is what I call lying.

          • Exile1981

            I work in the resource industry; stats are more of a way to figure out failure rates. I got involved in researching murder rates to debate a useful idiot and even after proving my point they refused to see the light so I gave up on them.

  • V10_Rob

    Keep pushing that narrative. It just makes you look that much more foolish. Or perhaps more accurately, it shows the public just how little respect you have for their intelligence. Granted, you’re probably justified in low-balling your estimates, considering the useful idiots that have been elected to power.

  • BillyHW

    More relentless faggotry from the French.

  • Spatchcocked

    I didn’t know they sold Twinkies in France.