Thursday, 28 November 2013

The investigators then discovered the suspect, stuffed with drugs, parked in his car in an underground garage in Bois-Colombes (Hauts-de-Seine), as well as two letters: a will and another, very confused, in which he denounces "a fascist plot", "capitalism", "the bourgeois", "money makers", the "market", "the management of the banlieues" [suburban ghettos], "the media" and their "journowhores", accused of participating in the "manipulation of the masses".

In other passages, cited by Libération, he declares his support for the "ordinary men who are fighting fascism", such as the "volunteers in Syria and the unfortunate C. Méric", who "thus died for nothing". In reference to Islam, he attacks the "colonisers who are going to shit on the Prophet" and declares that "[his] desperate coreligionists are numerous in France and that [his] analyses are today sliding in their veins, burning with radicalism".
Source: Valeurs Actuelles


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