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  • Zek202

    There can be no micro aggressions with Sam.

  • Glenn

    “Paris” Ouch! How timely was that?

    • H_B

      My first thought on the Paris attack: This time, there were no Americans nearby to save them.

    • rooftop voter

      Yea, has to be dumb luck, no way he is that fast………….. Of course, if I were a conspiracy theorist………… 😉

      • Chris Muir

        In the original 3rd panel before the news came out, zed says “to a degree”

        • Uunca Walt

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  • formwiz

    Nice to see Zed rising to the occasion and protecting Sam’s most valuable assets.

  • checkers

    smooth,, smooth and subtle

  • Ryk E Lee

    I know it’s just a ‘toon, but I’m jealous.

    • John M.

      …envious… you can only be jealous if it’s supposed to be yours.

      • Pamela

        I have my own Zed at home. Only without the eye patch.

        • larry

          So does my wife. 😉

  • Al T.

    Parisians no longer have Paris.

    We may soon no longer have Gotham.

    To the Batmobile!

    • formwiz

      With DeBlasio, that may be true.

      I think Lubbock is a different story.

      • Agreed. Close enough to Clovis for a high speed response.

    • Gideon Reed

      Maybe the French need to close those damned Gun Show loopholes, beef up background checks and extend the waiting period. Declare all France a Gun Free Zone. That’l do it
      Damned Israelis it’s their fault /sarc detent: On full sir.

      • Pamela

        Next time Hillary starts talking GUN Control, just point to Paris and say loudly “HELL NO!” Then say “YOU and your lot can not be TRUSTED with anything including this NATION and HER CITIZENS!

  • rickn8or

    Well, Zed’s obviously feeling better… (Operative word is “feeling.”)

  • WayneM

    History will record the names of these politicians who threw open the gates in the name of ill-guided compassion and caused the deaths of hundreds, if not thousands, of the citizens of their own nations.

  • Vorlonagent

    They may not always have the peaceful, Leftist Paris, no. Time will tell.

    They may get the Paris that dispatches commandos to sink an activist ship that was getting in their way.

    • interventor

      They got caught.

  • Scoutergreg

    Seems like Nato article five may need to be invoked again, “Play the Marseillaise! Play it!”

  • interventor

    The attacks are near the St Denis area. That is a major concentration of muzzles in one of those no go zones — banlieue. BTW, St Denis is the one you see with his head under his arm.

    • formwiz

      Time to make like the Krauts in Marseilles in ’43.

  • Spin Drift

    “Play it again, Zed,” said Charlie Hebdo.

    Spin
    Vive la France!

  • Spin Drift

    Or “Play with it again, Sam.”

    Spin
    Molon Labe

    • Chris Muir

      Hah!

  • Kafiroon

    There may have been armed police or military types around tourist sites and other places, but that obviously did not stop any attacks.
    I tend to think that in the US there is a fair probability that there are armed citizens closer to the “events”.

  • Fox2!

    Depends on whether or not it’s in a “gun free zone.”

    There is a difference between “weapon free” and “weapons free.”

  • Fox2!

    Depends on whether or not it’s in a “gun free zone.”

  • Fox2!

    There is a difference between “weapon free” and “weapons free.”

    • Bill G

      You have a green light on that.

  • Fox2!

    Sorry about that.

  • eon

    We move ever closer to Wretchard’s Three Conjectures. Except it may not require a nuke in the hands of the jihadists to trigger it.

    Imagine a biowar attack, or a “dirty” bomb attack, on a capital of a country like France that, like us, has boomers.

    Retribution could come within a few hours at most after the perpetrators “claim responsibility”.

    BTW, the French M51 SLBM can reach most of the MidEast from French national waters;

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M51_%28missile%29

    Technically, they wouldn’t have to go past Corsica. They could almost launch from dockside at Lorient, on the Atlantic side.

    clear ether

    eon

  • You know what they call a gun free area? A free fire zone.

  • Stormhawk

    cmblake6 or a “target rich environment”

    • Roger that for an alternative.

    • Otto Didact

      I call a gun free zone a target-rich free fire zone.

  • Wulfenite

    Well, the Europeans are learning the hard lessons of “open borders”. The muzzies will be taking over soon and the Europeans will be minorities in their own former countries.

    Will we learn from their errors? Not likely. Arizona tried to do something and got boycotted, embargoed and all but “bitch slapped” for our troubles. While there is no hope for the left coast, academia, and socialist mobs, there is a glimmer of hope the Feds might get reigned in with a new change in management. OTOH, if her highness, Ms “Too Big to go to Jail” Clinton is elected, we’re all screwed.

    • steveb919

      They already are in France. The French make up only about 49%. The rest are rag heads.

  • NotYetInACamp

    Some cultures are inferior.

    like one that would classify Sam as property, and not as a partner.

    Have any of these snowflakes in the insane side of our politics ever even tried to reach beyond the taqyyra lies to understand what a believing Muslim intends to do, no matter what? I am excluding the massive money holders who are playing “The Game” with the “lesser people’s” lives.
    Sociopaths include cultures and not just the individual people.

    Political commissars act just as the academia retards are acting across the land and at Mizzou.

    Like yesterday’s strip, the use of basic humor and feelings to accurately portray what is really the enemy of America is basic to the victory needed. Do it with a smile. People often vote only with feelings. I was reconfirming that in a discussion with a former rabid Al gore supporter. She was a receiving ground of feelings about issues dumped on her from her progressive education and her exposure to current information streams across NYC annd the state. Reality has little to do with so many voters, especially democrat voters. They need to feel good about the vote. just as voters will continue to vote for a system of people that is very bad for anyone like them, so goes elections. They felt good.

    Trump must simply have enough people feel good about him and about voting for him to be elected. People need to feel that he will do the right thing.
    maybe that will get the man into a position where he can use basic sense to creat more instances of the words “You’re hired!” being used. People need to produce in America so that the common wealth can be distributed by market actions and the money I earned as a child as a bag boy that is equivalent to over $22 and hour now, will be closer to real again. The snowflakes and thugs must have an option presented to them of work, or don’t eat that meat again.
    The commie retard behavior only leads to actions that produce theft of others and a diminished pie with no goodies for all who need them, only those chosen to receive the inferior products.
    And Brezhnev, oops, Hillary desires to rule over what they are transforming the world into. With Bill at her side as Secretary general of the UN. (deduction)
    Unlike the enemy, we must enable the people to feel good about their votes, then give them what they voted for as far as is possible.
    My NYC friend, she also thinks people like to vote for someone they think will win. With Trump we may just have a winner that people think will win in this race, and help others to win also so far as taking the Progressives sabos out of the machinery of the nation, and getting this baby humming again. ( No apologies to Slick Willy, Monica, or Humma.)
    Now I toss this into the ether and it may end up posted. 🙂

    And I am glad those two can get back to having fun enjoying each others company.

    I don’t see a truck. I suppose everyone else has left. Privacy.

    • OpenTheDoor

      Europe needs another Charles “The Hammer” Martel and we need another Black Jack Pershing.
      Along with that, get rid of the pantywaist politicians more worried about outside invaders and put some in those who will uphold their duties of protecting we the people. I cannot help Europe if they don’t help themselves first, here, we have the will and the way.
      Do you know how easy it would be to seal off a city?

      • interventor

        Patton and Pershing.

  • Little-Acorn

    Last-minute change from “Paradise” to “Paris”?

    Well met, sir, well met.

  • Bill M

    Paris is what happens when you let you city have no go zones and you open your borders to any Tom, Dick, and Abdul who comes along. Maybe Oduma will wake up and realize there is too much risk in allowing free immigration. Nah, that’s not a bug; that’s a feature in “Fundamentally Transforming America.” Do you think any Demonrats will wake up long enough to see the obvious handwriting on the wall?

  • Jorge_Banner

    Here’s an idea: let’s import more pisslims. You can’t have enough . . . Let’s fill the country with them . . .

  • Bill G

    Just let the French people know what an islamic France means to their wine and brandy.

    • WayneM

      That might work…

    • interventor

      I like their Pernod and cognac.

  • NotYetInACamp

    All International Law allows the expulsion of invaders. If a nation allows the invaders to stay, then they cease to exist and the nation becomes like every other nation that Islam has conquered.

    All Islamic land is conquered land.

    There is eith the War of Islam, or the Peace of Islam.

    The War of Islam is everywhere that Sharia Law does not rule.

    Paris showed us all again what the War of Islam is.

  • Bill

    Interesting how my left leaning friends were shocked by the Paris attacks. They still can’t connect the dots of Egypt Lybia Iraq Syria etc and the results now apparent. It should be clear the safe space tactics of the MU kids won’t stand a chance against those with evil intent.

    • Otto Didact

      Thinking of Mizzou, wonder how long it’l be before the “students” there or some other alleged “institute of higher learning” demand (and get) seats on the curriculum committee. How would you like to fly on an airliner designed by an engineer who graduated from such an institution?

  • Otto Didact

    Sorry, but I just do not feel the least bit sorry for the French. Yes, I sympathize with the families who lost loved ones, but not with the French people. They are the ones who voted in the leftist fools (note: the Biblical definition of “fool” is a moral degenerate) who invited the rug huggers into the country in the first place. Whatever the reason to invite them in initially – be it misplaced compassion or or providing a cheap source of stoop labor the French are no longer willing to perform – the result will inevitably be the destruction of their nation. The fall of Western civilization is well and truly on the horizon. Damned glad I won’t live to see it. Sorry my kids, grandkids and greats will have to live through it but still glad I won’t live to see it.

    • Al T.

      Otto, change “French” to Americans and your blurb will still be 100% dead on. Except I do feel sorry for us, devastatingly so. Like you, not so much for myself as for my descendants who will inherit the carnage of my boom gen.

      We may have one last chance in about a year to begin a course correction that could alter the bleak future that we see now.

      Trump/Cruz ’16
      Cruz/??? ’20

    • Al T.

      Surely someone quick on the draw (heh) will correct that image by replacing that tower with a battle rifle…

  • Pamela

    Snowflakes fall, get trod, trampled or pissed on, then turn to dirty slush, and melt. Being “Safe” comes from having a spine, being logical in the thought process and understanding that there are others who will throw tantrums no matter what the issue.

  • writeby

    Brilliant. An artful metaphorical nuke delivered with a single sentence.

    Now if our leaders will just follow suit with the literal ones.

  • Al T.

    Always disliked Rob Lowe, now not so much if he can make the ‘tards lose their shit with this simple sarc line:

    “Oh, NOW France closes its borders,” Lowe wrote.

    Hits a little too close to home I guess.

  • Andrew Benghazi

    The mudslimes have 751 safe zones in France. They are called Zones urbaines sensibles or sensitive urban zones. They are not gun free, but they are police free. The French cops are afraid to go in there. The link takes you to an official government interactive atlas of Zones urbaines sensibles. They started compiling this list in the 1990s, so they knew it was coming and chose to put their heads in the sand.

    AMERICANS! Don’t make the same mistakes as the French. Any politician who wants to bring in more mudslimes is a traitor, any politician who wants to take your guns is a traitor. You know how to deal with traitors.

    http://sig.ville.gouv.fr/Atlas/ZUS/

    • interventor

      The number is closer to 990. French stopped counting at 750 by government order.

  • Andrew Benghazi

    A small explanation on the atlas. If you want to see the area in Paris where one of the attacks took place, scroll down to Paris, the place names are ordered by zip code, Paris is 75, then find the district, for example 11th or “11e”. Then click on “carte” this means map. You can see the close proximity between the places that were attacked and the ZUS. This means that the terrorists could simply hide in the nearest ZUS and be able to strike without warning.

    This is a link to a map of the attack locations.

    http://time.com/4112601/paris-attacks-map-shows-sites/

  • cb

    Just a smidgen of workplace violence, no need to get on your high horse over it… / sarc

  • By the time the toe tags are all accounted for..she wont be the only dead American in that series of attacks.

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