We must learn to live with the terror, like Israel, says Manuel Valls, French foreign minister married to a Zionist Jew woman (here).
On Sunday, ex-Marine Gavin Eugene Long was shot and killed by Baton Rouge police after he succeeded in “ambushing” and killing two police officers and a sheriff’s deputy in Baton Rouge, and injuring another three policemen.
Gavin Eugene Long , 29, an Afro-American Christian from Kansas City served in US Occupation Force in Iraq and was discharge with honors in 2010.
The local police and the ADL arm of Jewish B’nai B’rith said that Long was not connected to any (anti-Israel or Jew hating Muslim) extremist groups.
Mike Edmonson, the state police officer said on Monday that Long “certainly was seeking out police officers.”
Long was the latest Black victim of trigger-free American police. On July 5, Alton Sterling, 37, a Blackman was shot six times in chest by Baton Rouge police officers Blane Salamoni and Howie Lake II, both 28-years-old. On July 6, Philando Castile, 32, was shot and killed by a police officer in Falcon Heights, Minnesota after being pulled over for a minor traffic violation. Diamond Reynolds, Castile’s girlfriend, who was in the car, went live on Facebook as her boyfriend’s life and blood flowed out of his body (here).
Long was the second non-Muslim soldier involved in shooting of police officers since Dallas shooting earlier this month. This was too much for some Jew lobbyist to digest. On July 17, The Daily Caller decided to ‘connect the dots’. Chuck Ross in his ‘investigative report’ claimed that Gavin Eugene Long was in fact a former member of Nation of Islam. Washington-based Israel Lobby mouthpiece The Daily Caller was founded in 2010 by two ZioConservatives, Neil Patel, who served deputy to Jew criminal Libby Scooter and an adviser to Israel-First Dick Cheney – and Tucker Carlson, a Jewish-Poodle at the Fox News.
I can understand Chuck Ross’ fear of Nation of Islam that is headed by Minister Louis Farrakhan, the Afro-American leader hated the most by the Organized Jewry. Farrakhan supported Libyan leader Qaddafi who became an existential threat to the Zionist regime. He also spoken of his admiration for Iran, Hizbullah, Hamas and the Syrian president Bashar al-Assad.
On July 16, 2016, Canadian Jewish academic Henry Makow, PhD, claimed that all these terrorist events were predicted by The Protocols of Zion as preparation for the coming Jewish controlled world government.