BREAKING: French Police in Shootout with “Mastermind” of Terrorist Attacks


Reports are coming in that the French police are currently involved in a shootout with ISIS terrorists including one person believed to have been the “mastermind” of the attacks in Paris on Friday. There are reports of explosions and gunfire with 2 terrorists reported dead — one killed by a police sniper and another killed after exploding a suicide vest she was wearing. Three others have been arrested. The operation took place in the Saint-Dennis area of Paris, less than 10 kilometers north of the theater where the terrorist attacks took place.


  1. avatar Dyspeptic Gunsmith says:

    I’ll bet they turn out to be Methodists.

    Can’t trust those Wesleyans, no matter where they are.

    1. avatar DrVino says:

      Nope. Polish Cathoilcs.

    2. avatar usmc says:

      No way man, they have to be Buddhist!

      1. avatar Cj says:

        Zen Buddists in the Japanese middle ages. Not the most forgiving guys, the “good” ones might pray for you after they cut you to pieces.

      2. avatar CTstooge says:

        Non. Le the partie

        1. avatar Timmy! says:

          MDR! (Mort De Rire) Monsieur tres drole!

    3. avatar ThomasR says:

      Unlikley. Christ gave the example of turning the other cheek, telling those without sin to cast the first stone, and allowed himself to scourged( essentially tortured) and then crucified as a sacrifice for us.

      These disciples of Muhammad were simply following the example he set of being a mass murdering religious psychopath that committed rape, pillage and plunder and would chop your head off if you refused to convert to his religion.

      By his fruits will know him.

      1. avatar Kirk says:

        Respectfully, sir, that was sarcasm.

        1. avatar ThomasR says:

          Yeah, I know, I was trying to add that to my post but the edit function wasn’t working

    4. avatar CarlosT says:

      This sort of villainy could only mean Presbyterians. Why those Scots Calvinists….

  2. avatar Dustin says:

    But, that doesn’t happen in… Oh, nevermind…

  3. avatar Lance says:

    Hope they hang the survivors!

    1. avatar DidMeSayThat? says:

      NO. Cut off that right index finger they like to wag, shove it down their throats until they choke and THEN hang them with piano wire.

      1. avatar John says:

        how about the french bring back the ole guillotine ,, since muzzies like to cut off peoples heads ,give em the same

        1. avatar DidMeSayThat? says:

          Too quick and too clean.

        2. avatar BDub says:

          I’m not an advocate for the death penalty, but feeding them to pigs comes to mind.

      2. avatar Goose says:

        No,cut their left hand off so they’ll have to wipe their asses with their right,muslims are easily humiliated.

    2. avatar Dyspeptic Gunsmith says:

      If the French move true to past form, there will be no survivors.

      The French get a rep for being mincing pantywaists here in the US. Their political leaders often are, but their guys who carry guns as cops or soldiers don’t show up to these events to play patty-cake.

      1. avatar Geoff PR says:

        And the French pubic will gladly turn a blind eye to *enhanced* interrogation techniques.

        Like the famous quote in ‘Pulp Fiction’, the Frogs “are gonna take a pair of pliers and a blowtorch” to their ass.

        1. avatar Chris T from KY says:

          Check out the interrogation seen in the original Day of the Jacket movie from the 1973. The french leader of Action Service , their FBI uses electricity to interrogate a suspect. The probes are attached to the suspects testicles. His screaming is intense.

      2. avatar Paelorian says:

        It’s surprising to me that the French still identify with “La Marseillaise”, a direct call for the citizenry to take up arms, to make the blood of the tyrants and traitors flow, warning them “everyone is a soldier to combat you!” It seems an anthem appropriate for the more militant members of our gun culture, who overtly have these opinions, rather than the voluntarily disarmed and helpless French. While I don’t see it in the contemporary French character anymore there must be some of it hidden underneath, or they would abandon this symbolism. Of course, traditional words often stick around even if they’re not very reflective of the culture. We have “The Star-Spangled Banner”, singing of an important battle as a passive observer. I hope someday we’ll return to “Hail, Columbia”, or perhaps something better. “Firm, united let us be, rallying round our liberty. As a band of brothers joined, peace and safety we shall find. Immortal patriots, rise once more. Defend your rights, defend your shore!”

        If only it had the badass, “Freedom or death!” attitude of “God Save the South”. “Strike ’till the war is won, strike to the grave!”

        1. avatar Dyspeptic Gunsmith says:

          If you read the British fishwrap paper, _The Guardian_ this week, you can read a naval-gazing op-ed piece by some three-hankie liberal, fretting about the French anthem and how inappropriate it is.

  4. avatar Lhshtr says:

    Better than that, drag those MF by horses and peel there skin off. Most are butchers anyway. Treat them as they treat others. That’s what my BIBLE says. Watch your backs out there, don’t let them get the drop on us.

    1. avatar Aerindel says:

      Huh, you sound just like them. Listening to some thousand year old story book is what created ISIS don’t you know?

    2. avatar Paul G. says:

      My Bible tells me that the words you are reading are from the old covenant with the Jews, not the new and everlasting covenant with Christ.
      Still, self preservation is no crime.

      1. avatar 16V says:

        “Do not think that I have come to abolish the law or the prophets. I have come not to abolish but to fulfill. Amen, I say to you, until heaven and earth pass away, not the smallest part or the smallest part of a letter will pass from the law, until all things have taken place.” (Matthew 5:17)

        “It is easier for Heaven and Earth to pass away than for the smallest part of the letter of the law to become invalid.” (Luke 16:17)

        “For truly, I say to you, till heaven and earth pass away, not an iota, not a dot, will pass the law until all is accomplished. Whoever then relaxes one of the least of these commandments and teaches men so, shall be called least in the kingdom of heaven; but he who does them and teaches them shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven.” (Matthew 5:18-19)

        Jesus is pretty clear that ‘The Law’ is to be followed until the end of all time. Of course, since none of the gospels were even started being written until 50 years after ‘the crucifixion’, maybe something got garbled. If only someone had taken notes.

        1. avatar Paul G says:

          Christ came to fulfill the old covenant. You yourself assert this.
          Read the Gospel. Christ instructed his followers on the new covenant, for all men. Somehow I believe his words over your cherry-picked items.

        2. avatar Paul G says:

          Christ, not Christmas. Autofiill error.

        3. avatar Paul G says:

          “On the third day He rose again, in FULFILLMENT of the scriptures.”
          I guess He did what He claimed. Fulfilling a contract ends it, no need to abolish it.

        4. avatar 16V says:

          Sooo, heaven and earth have passed away and I missed it. I must learn to pay better attention.

        5. avatar Paul G says:

          “…not the smallest part or the smallest part of a letter will pass from the law, until all things have taken place.”
          No need for heaven and earth to pass away, Christ accomplished His fulfillment of the old covenant.
          You do need to pay attention, to how to read.

  5. avatar Danny Griffin says:

    The night of the attacks the French police said they had EVERYONE that was involved in the attacks and they were all either dead (7) or arrested (1). Anyone with a brain knew that wasn’t true. For one, the people who shot up the shopping center a couple of hours after the initial attack got away. How many reports have we had since then about additional people? Frankly I’m surprised this shootout is happening.

  6. avatar Steven Roberts (SD) says:

    Last but not least I think they should be covered in bacon strips, dipped in bacon grease, and then set on fire. I saw the pics of bodies stacked on top of each other and read how some survivors “played dead” with the bodies of the dead stacked on top of themselves. Does anyone think those poor souls will ever get that out of their minds? Can you imagine the survivor’s guilt they must be experiencing? I just tossed my Christianity out the window with that statement, huh? This is one of those times when turning the other cheek and “70X7” ain’t working for me.

    1. avatar Danny Griffin says:

      I just tossed my Christianity out the window with that statement, huh? This is one of those times when turning the other cheek and “70X7” ain’t working for me.

      Perhaps you should reread the forgiveness passage to which you are referring as you don’t seem to understand it.

      1. avatar CZ guy says:

        Christians are allowed to survive. We are not perfect. Christians are not machines, we have the same feelings as everyone else. In the heat of battle for survival, I don’t think it’s a problem to soak your bullets in lard, waterboard them, find them guilty and put a bullet in through the brain. Turning the other cheek does not mean we are supposed to let people abuse us. We are allowed to fight to defend ourselves, and I will.

        1. avatar Cliff H says:

          “Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition and we’ll all stay free.”

        2. avatar Goose says:

          The Crusaders were a thousand times more pius than the average Christian is nowadays and they were some brutal some bitches.We could learn a few lessons from them.

      2. avatar Goose says:

        I’ve never seen any scripture in the bible that says Christians are supposed to act like doormats for anyone,especially heathens.

    2. avatar Aerindel says:

      Well at least your honest about not being a Christian anymore.

      1. avatar jerry says:

        Don’t cry honey, everything will be fine

  7. avatar West says:

    I’m the anarchist that is happy about this.

  8. avatar West says:

    The hunting down that is.

  9. avatar Shire-man says:

    I still struggle to connect “hey, you two shoot up here, you other two shoot up over here, and we’ll shoot up this place here at six o’clock” with the phrases “highly coordinated” and “very sophisticated” and now the term “mastermind.”

    Either the ability of 8 people to tell time strikes the governments of the world as being a super-power brought on by exposure to the yellow light of the Sun or the talking heads are just playing up the incident as some maniacal Dr. Evil plot to keep the fear pedal pressed to the floor.

    If 8 people attacking fish in a few barrels around the same time of day qualifies as highly sophisticated mastermind material god help me if the feds ever talked to my grade-school friends about the war games we used to play around the neighborhood.

    1. avatar Dyspeptic Gunsmith says:

      I’ll wager that the entire budget for this terrorist operation was less than $25K. All the weapons, bribes, logistics, documents, fuel, transportation, etc – all for less than the price of one modern guided bomb.

      I’m putatively assigning a value of $0.00 to the lives of the terrorists themselves. Muhammad seems to be able to depend on a never-ending stream of really dim bulbs who will end their lives on the cheap.

      This level of asymmetry in warfare, carried to a larger scale, could bankrupt any western nation.

    2. avatar CarlosT says:

      That annoyed the hell out of me too.

      “Hey everybody, set an alarm on your phone for 9:20pm. When it goes off, go into your assigned target and shoot everybody. Okay?”
      “Got it.”
      “100% boss.”
      “All set.”

      There you go, Bond villain levels of sophistication. Mwa-ha-ha.

  10. avatar jwm says:

    Keep it up, France. Root them out and kill those that won’t quit. Try those that do. Remember, they ain’t soldiers, they’re criminals.

    A day of reckoning is coming for Isis and their supporters. Just like 80+ yo Nazis are still being arrested Isis and their supporters must be made to understand that they will never have peace til they’re dead or rotting in prison.

  11. avatar Tile floor says:

    The French get poked fun at a lot for their apparent historical propensity for an early surrender- but by god they’ve not played around after the attacks.

    Good for them

  12. avatar Dyspeptic Gunsmith says:

    I see from AFP press that the Russkies are using their heavies to drop ordnance on the goat sodomizers in Syria. Tu-95’s and Tu-160’s. Ivan ain’t sending pinpricks against ISIS here.

    The French are sending their attack planes, Mirage and Rafale, to strike at particular targets.

    1. avatar 16V says:

      The Charles de Gaulle carrier arrives in the neighborhood in a few weeks, allowing the French to operate directly. That should be interesting.

      1. avatar Dyspeptic Gunsmith says:

        Yes, it should.

        And it will further humiliate Obama – the French and Russians dealing with a problem in a forceful manner, while Obama dithers and pontificates.

        The Democrats seem blissfully unaware that we’re in an election cycle.

        1. avatar jwm says:

          Today, in CA I saw a bumper sticker on a car. “Putin-2016”

  13. avatar Goose says:

    WWND? What would Napoleon do?

    1. avatar CarlosT says:

      Should be fine as long as they don’t have to go through Russia.

  14. avatar Former Water Walker says:

    I can’t believe this is 1st look on here today. Busy arguing with lunatics claiming JESUS was a pacifist-as in now and forever. This same Jesus was around in the old testament-and in the future. And the moose-lims will get what’s coming to them…what does a chick get for offing herself? 72 male urchins???

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