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Claire Lehmann
A high school teacher was decapitated for blasphemy in France—the most secular of nations—and the frames it like this
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PAO Oct 16
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Byron Sharp Oct 16
Replying to @clairlemon @nytimes
Surely that’s not true. Is there a link?
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Wiemer Oct 16
It is. The man was a 47 yr old teacher who wanted to stimulate debate about freedom of speech.
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Nathan Jones Oct 16
Replying to @clairlemon @nytimes
"Fatal knife attack" has to be one of the lowest-key alternatives to "decapitated" that I've ever seen. Remember that time the US accidentally "dropped some atoms" on Japan?
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El Horus Oct 16
In France, we all know that the teacher has been decapited... and that the terorist was holding a knife when police shoot him 10 times... Greetings from Paris.
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Jeffrey Richman 🦃 Oct 16
Replying to @clairlemon @nytimes
I honestly don't understand why they are like this. This is simply evil. What is the benefit of doing this?
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El Horus Oct 16
If you don't understand, It means that your brain is in good health dude... Hi from Paris
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Steve Sailer Oct 16
Replying to @clairlemon @nytimes
The New York Times' strategy is to make any news that might undermine their subscribers' assumptions about who are the Good Guys (e.g., immigrants, Muslims) and who are the Bad Guys (e.g., whites) sound as boring as possible.
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