Of course it does. It’s not that the entire population (nearly) of France is unarmed that’s the issue. It’s not that Western leaders have facilitated a war in Syria which started as a pi–ing match between Russia and the USA over oil/gas transport corridors and then looked the other way while a stream of “refugees” from that war marched into Europe. (Seriously, if you were an ISIS commander, don’t you think you’d have your people marching along with the legitimate refugees?) No, it’s that everyday people have too much freedom. Now that freedom must go away. In the name of safety.
(From The Daily Caller)
French President Francois Hollande proposed constitutional amendments and a three-month extension of state of emergency measures Monday that will severely limit the civil liberties of French citizens.
After a series of coordinated terrorist attacks left 129 dead in Paris Friday, Hollande immediately declared a state of emergency, based on a rarely used 1955 law that allows the state to conduct warrantless searches of private property, impose curfews, restrict public gatherings and movements of people, confiscate weapons at will and take over the press.