Madonna en concert à Stockholm samedi 15 novembre 2015. Merci Madonna :)
Scandalisé par les attentats terribles du 13 novembre 2015 à Paris. Des innocents assassinés lâchement par des terroristes dont les cerveaux ont été mis au service d'une secte à but idiot. Le non sens total.
Tout cela ne fait que renforcer notre détermination à combattre les extrémistes jusque dans leur tanière. Il faudra aller les chercher à la baîonnette, en Irak et en Syrie.
Je suis très touché par les messages de soutien du monde entier. Des amies du Costa Rica et de Slovaquie se sont inquiétées pour moi.
La France, cela représente quelque chose dans le monde. Un certain bonheur de vivre et la liberté.
Le Président OBAMA rend hommage aux victimes des attentats à Paris, et partage les valeurs de la devise française : Liberté, égalité, fraternité.
Superbe commentaire ci-dessous de Blackpoodles, suite à un article du New York Times :
France embodies everything religious zealots everywhere hate: enjoyment of life here on earth in a myriad little ways: a fragrant cup of coffee and buttery croissant in the morning, beautiful women in short dresses smiling freely on the street, the smell of warm bread, a bottle of wine shared with friends, a dab of perfume, children paying in the Luxembourg Gardens, the right not to believe in any god, not to worry about calories, to flirt and smoke and enjoy sex outside of marriage, to take vacations, to read any book you want, to go to school for free, to play, to laugh, to argue, to make fun of prelates and politicians alike, to leave worrying about the afterlife to the dead.
No country does life on earth better than the French.
Paris, we love you. We cry for you. You are mourning tonight, and we with you. We know you will laugh again, and sing again, and make love, and heal, because loving life is your essence. The forces of darkness will ebb. They will lose. They always do.
Paris Attacks Kill More Than 100, Police Say; Border Controls Tightened
PARIS — The Paris area reeled Friday night from a shooting rampage, explosions and mass hostage-taking that President François Hollande called an unprecedented terrorist attack on France. His government announced sharply increased border controls and heightened police powers as it mobilized the military in a national emergency.
French television and news services quoted the police as saying that around 100 people had been killed at a concert site where hostages had been held during a two-hour standoff with the police, and that perhaps dozens of others had been killed in apparently coordinated attacks outside the country’s main sports stadium and four other popular locations in the city. But estimates on the total number of dead varied.
Witnesses on French television said the scene at the concert hall, which can seat as many as 1,500 people, was a massacre, describing how gunmen with automatic weapons shot bursts of bullets into the crowd.
“What you are doing in Syria, you are going to pay for it now,” one of the gunmen shouted, a witness said.