Piers Morgan has some very strong words for the religion of peacers that love to murder and destroy. Is this something that you can actually agree with him on? Or do you think that he is way off?
by Piers Morgan, Daily Mail
An abandoned baby’s stroller lay by the promenade in Nice this morning.
The TV news cameras caught it twinkling in the morning sunshine; a symbol of innocence in the aftermath of an unimaginable horror.
A few hundreds away, a large bullet-strewn truck still lurked in the shadows.
You don’t need two more starkly hideous images to understand what happened in that beautiful French city last night.
This was an attack on children and families as they celebrated France’s most important national holiday, Bastille Day.
The day that celebrates the most significant moment of the French Revolution, the storming of the Bastille prison in Paris in 1789 by angry crowds.
The day that commemorates the French people seizing back their country from its out-of-touch Monarchy and elites.
The day that personifies those three pillars of French independence: Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité (‘Freedom, Equality, Fraternity’).
This is France’s July 4, and now its 9/11 too.
So this act of despicable atrocity is not just an attack on France, it’s an attack on all of us who care about freedom.
I have a vacation booked on the Côte d’Azur for later this summer.
It’s my favourite part of the world, and I’ve already been down there three times this year.
It’s a place to drink great coffee as you read the morning papers, to lunch extravagantly in restaurants of sumptuous gastronomic splendour, to devour Rosé as the sun goes down, to dine and dream under the stars and to romance those you love.
If you don’t love the South of France, you don’t love life itself.
But it’s a style of life which ISIS is trying to obliterate.
So, in August, I will now make a point of going to Nice.
I’ll walk along the promenade and remember those poor children, women and men who lost their lives last night.
I’ll also remember those astonishingly brave policemen, and the heroic civilian on the motorbike, who did what they could to stop that truck.
Then I’ll seek out one of the myriad restaurants which line the seafront, order a bottle of Chateau Margaux, and toast the ferocious, indomitable spirit of the French people: ‘VIVE LA FRANCE! VIVE L’ÉGALITÉ’
And then, at 11.10pm local time – at the precise moment this attack began – I’ll order a large cognac, light a cigar, and toast those intent on crushing that spirit: ‘F**K YOU, ISIS, YOU COWARDLY BASTARDS. YOU WILL NEVER WIN.’
In other words, I will continue to lead the very kind of life which so infuriates and offends them.
I urge you all to do the same.
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