One police officer killed two wounded by Muslims in Paris as one Islamic Death Cult member is shot dead

UpdateAn earlier report of a 2nd Police Officer having succumbed to his injuries has proved erroneous.

A police officer was shot dead and another seriously wounded by two Kalashnikov-wielding gunmen on the Champs Elysees in central Paris tonight.

French police said that the incident was probably a ‘terrorist act’ and the world famous avenue was on lockdown by 9pm.

Heavily armed officers had flooded the area and a third individual – believed to be the killer – was also hurt and ‘neutralised’, according to police sources.

Reports suggest ‘at least’ two people were involved in the attack which took place as presidential candidates took part in a TV debate nearby.

Youssouf Al Osri – I’m just guessin here but I think this guy’s a Muslim.

Twitter – #Paris

h/t MP & TF

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  • Brenda

    I told an acquaintance who lives in Italy about this incident while it was still unfolding, and apparently news channels have not mentioned it at all, even after it ended.

      • Brenda

        I was just commenting on how the European media might be a little ‘reluctant’ to mention the latest terror incident. You know, in case it makes muslims look bad.

        • Yup, they are just like that.

        • They tried the “armed robbery gone bad” gambit.

          • dance…dancetotheradio
          • xavier

            Well according to Let figaro

            It seems this vibrant contributor was sentenced to 15vyears in prisión for attacking a cop back in the early 2000s and again charged when he grabbed a cop’s weapons while being led out of his cell. He also wounder some cops. Why he wasn’the ventilated back then is a mystery.

            Looks like Marine wins or at the very least is the eminence grise of France

      • tom_billesley

        A quote from Fdesouche
        François Hollande: “I will leave the country in much better condition than I found it”

        • Etobicoke_Gladiator

          Yeah, right. Better for the Muslims, that is. *sigh*

  • Etobicoke_Gladiator

    Is anyone ever surprised about Muslim terrorism and violence in France?

    As I’ve written many times on this blog before, France is a shithole and Paris is a shithole of shitholes. My “vacation” of two weeks in Paris and France was so “fun” I couldn’t wait to return to Toronto.

    I also vowed to never return to Europe again, so on this visit said goodbye to relatives I will likely never see again.

    • It’s everyday Islam

      • Etobicoke_Gladiator

        I am just waiting until the numbers increase in Toronto and Islamissauga Mississauga and Scarborough, etc., and Muslims residing in Canada are inspired by Muslims in Europe and their “homelands”, i.e. Pakistan, Syria, and other Muslim shitholes.

        • That day is coming.

          • Etobicoke_Gladiator

            I have witnessed small gatherings of “liberal Muslims” in mixed company in Toronto cafes and bars discussing how 9/11 was obviously a Jewish plot and/or orchestrated by Mossad and/or the US government on more than a few occasions in the last sixteen years.

            Sad thing is the “old stock” Canadianspresent are usually idiotic United Churchy types of fence-sitting lefties completely unable to comprehend basic modern history, etc., and so sit there with dumb grins on their faces without confronting the Islamists and other conspiracy theorists in their midst.

            I have personally got up in the middle of a few dinners not long after 9/11 and departed the company with whom I was dining and drinking. *sigh*

          • If you want to Liberal Muslims in action just check out the tweets by Canary Mission on Twitter.

            That’s Liberal Islam.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            It’s agonizing to watch their ignorance.
            And if you see it at work you can’t say a damn thing about it.
            Just cryptically mutter if you knew what I knew.

          • Etobicoke_Gladiator

            I have witnessed it in the workplace, but fortunately very few times. *sigh*

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            At work once, this support engineer from Montreal was holding court at lunchtime telling my colleagues about how his dietary restrictions were helped in large part because of ‘the jews’.
            Disgusted, because I knew exactly what he was, I sat there silently eating my lunch in the corner.
            He then told them he was from France.
            And he said it was a very nice country, very peaceful.
            That’s when I knew I had him.
            I could say one thing in code that they wouldn’t understand but he would.
            I asked him, ‘What about the carbecues?’
            My friends said, ‘What are those?’
            I looked at him and said, ‘You tell them.’

          • k1962

            Ignorance and arrogance.

          • Soon you’ll have MS-13 and the Muslims to contend with.

        • k1962

          We just need to accept them, not tolerate them, but accept them and offer them winter coats or something…

      • ontario john

        I’m sure it has nothing to do with islam, that would be islamophobic under motion 103.

    • Oracle9

      Sorry to hear you heel that way about Europe. Europe (and France) to me is amazing and I am pulling for its recovery from its leftist infection, which is the source of its problems.

      It also is a preview mirror for Canada.

      • Chris

        Don’t hold your breath. Socialism has taken root and will not be dislodged without a tremendous amount of blood in the streets.

        • Oracle9

          The civil wars will be ugly, and the dominant left is completely to blame. But evil will be overcome.

          • mobuyus

            Yes evil is always overcome it’s made more difficult when the PM invites evil to comeover.

          • WalterBannon

            You mean how the evil was overcome in Turkey, after the muslims took over? i.e. never?

            Or how the evil was overcome in Spain, only 800 years after they were taken over by Islam.

          • Oracle9

            Not in our lifetimes, but I can’t be so nihilistic to believe that it festers forever.

      • Clink9

        I’m going back again next April mostly to visit Juno beach etc.
        These asshole savages are everywhere.

        • mobuyus

          My Father landing on Juno Beach would have known exactly what to do while in France.

      • terrence22

        if Le Pen gets in, France, and Paris, may well improve.

      • Etobicoke_Gladiator

        I loved France for many years, have been several times and lived there for a time. My mother was born there and my great-grandfather fought in the French army during WWI and suffered a mustard gas attack. However, I’m done with the continent. Glad you like it. I disagree.

        • WalterBannon

          agree

          europe is a dead man walking.

          • Etobicoke_Gladiator

            Great minds think alike, not that I consider myself “great”… This should be an obvious fact to any but the brain dead leftists and naively optimistic of the world. *sigh*

        • Oracle9

          I don’t like what is happening to it either but I and many others are not prepared to roll over and watch it (and our civilization) submerge. Europe goes, so do the rest of us.

          • Etobicoke_Gladiator

            Good point. While I’m not “prepared”, I won’t be at all surprised when it happens. The rejection in Holland of Wilders – despite his rather good second place standing – and the phenomenal dirty opposition to Le Pen in France does not exactly inspire me.

          • Oracle9

            Yeah it is worrisome but many former somnambulists are waking up. And to those heavy sleepers, well, a few more pokes are in order!! 😉

          • Etobicoke_Gladiator

            I admire your optimism, Oracle9. Also, you have an excellent vocabulary. I don’t see the synonym for sleepwalker in print to often, i.e. “somnambulist”. Mark Steyn, are you reading this? 😉

          • Oracle9

            Sounds kinda 19th-century I guess, but then again I am getting older! I guess I just want to preserve the other relics too, including the historical wonders of Europe.

          • Etobicoke_Gladiator

            I also like jazz music from the 1940s and 50s, but don’t expect the younger generation to share my enthusiasm, digitally or on vinyl.

          • Oracle9

            With too few exceptions, they know less than nothing about where they came from, therefore who they are and where they’re going.

          • Etobicoke_Gladiator

            *nodding head in agreement* Now making vegetable soup and deciding what vinyl record to put on. 🙂

          • Clink9

            Steely Dan, Aja.

          • Etobicoke_Gladiator

            Oddly, I was just listening to a late-70s Bruce Cockburn album. I actually don’t mind what I think of as “authentic leftists” of a certain vintage, i.e. Cockburn, provided they came of age during the 60s and 70s. He’s a great singer, composer, and a decent guy. Anyhow, that’s my two cents as I drift off in my whiskey coma ‘aperatif’ and dinner now. Good evening, Clink9. 🙂

          • Clink9

            Sounds good, I’ll be having a beer buzz when the neighbors get here in an hour.

          • Editor

            But they know an intersectional micro-agression when they see one. That’ll serve them well in their future barista career.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            Define religion and problem solved.

          • Etobicoke_Gladiator

            I didn’t see Oracle9 specifically refer to “religion” above. Did you? I saw he wrote “relics” which is a much broader term, though I believe it is due to its root etymologically related to “religion” and of course its Latin root.

          • Literally Hitler

            Freedom of anything requires that participants respect the freedoms of others. When the objective of any party is to repress others, that disqualifies them from participating.
            Thus Shari’a is the antithesis of freedom of religion. That is the grounds on which it must be banned as it is in direct conflict with American values and Canada’s Charter.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            What’s a poke?
            Taking down the Eiffel Tower?

        • dance…dancetotheradio

          I love the Stone Roses but their sympathy for the students is lamentable.
          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C3WkIENVY_M

          • The students run France now. See how that worked out.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            Never thought of it that way.

  • Sean Connery

    But what are they prepared to do? I know, I know.

    Sweet F$@k all.

    • Etobicoke_Gladiator

      But not a single imam or Muslim in his neck of the woods ever heard of him or saw him, right? *sigh*

    • Boy there’s a shock.

  • tom_billesley

    Police in Paris have issued an arrest warrant for a second suspect who arrived from Belgium by train ….again with the Belgian connection.

    Three days before the presidential election. I expect the left will claim some sort of conspiracy. The Russians? Mossad? Trump?

    • J. C.

      They can lay the blame on Brussels…

    • I hope this breaks for Le Pen.

      • David Murrell

        So do I, Cat.

        • xavier

          At the very least everyone will be kissing her ring as the eminence grise. She’s the kingmaker and will have an outsized influence

  • J. C.

    That face just oozes intelligence, doesn’t it???

    Hopefully this will help boost support for Le Pen in the upcoming election…

  • ontario john

    Yes, you keep let letting muslims walk across the border Justin, and watch the inevitable happen here. You little shit.

  • Maggat

    Large brain cavity, pity it’s full of garbage.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      Relative to it’s malformed tiny face.

  • Alain

    But they still are not certain it was terrorism. I am more than willing to drop the terrorism bit and just call it jihad. After all terrorism is just one aspect of jihad.

    • tom_billesley

      They need someone to report having heard an “Allahu Akbar” to confirm that it isn’t terrorism.

  • Shebel

    Wrinkling their forehead skin makes them think that they are Educated and Intelectual.

  • tom_billesley

    poll: 51% of gendarmes are for Le Pen. Only 51%?
    http://www.fdesouche.com/844219-sondage-51-des-gendarmes-pour-marine-le-pen

  • LairdKintyre

    It’s all coming down on Sunday in the French election. If it’s LePen there’s hope. Maybe a future for Europeans. If it’s anyone else then Europe is truly committing suicide.

    • Their system is rigged. The establishment will gang up on her in the 2nd round.

  • Editor

    My thoughts go out to the Police and their families but my concern and sympathy for Paris and France are on hold until April 23rd.

    • Etobicoke_Gladiator

      Moi aussi. France is a giant shithole, and Paris is a shithole of shitholes.

      • Editor

        Delusional, self-inflicted shitholeness, no less. Can’t wait ’til Sunday. Either way, it’ll be historic.

  • k1962

    Ears are so low. Too many first cousin marriages in his lineage.

    • Etobicoke_Gladiator

      Islam 101. Get used to it or suffer the wrath of M-103 when it is made criminal law in Canuckistan.

  • Gary

    Justin Trudeau assure muslims that the Police will protect them from any islaompbobic back lash attacks .
    Premier Wynne joins in and says that the OPP wild guard Mosques while John Tory says that there is no place for hatred in Canada towards a religion expect when a Church is fire-bombs on Easter Sunday while a vandalism and NOT hate.