Ashdod, Israel (CNN)Yoav Krief remembers the day he knew it was time to move to Israel: January 9, 2015. It was a Friday. Four Jews had just been killed in the Hyper Cacher, a kosher supermarket in Paris, two days after the Charlie Hebdo attack. One of them was Krief's friend. "I was not good, really not good," Krief says of how he felt at the time. "I talked to my mom, and I said, 'We must go to Israel. We need to go to Israel.'"CNN Two points: 1) These same media outlets like to tell us that the greatest threat to France and the french is FN. 2) BLM folks in America. If it's so bad, why haven't they moved to any Caribbean country or Africa? Taking the example of the Jews in France. People who find a situation intolerable, move to places where they feel safer, so do BLM people REALLY feel so threatened by police?
Here there is a feeling of security that no longer exists in France. Twenty years ago, maybe yes. But since the year 2000, there no longer is that feeling of security in France."Say, what has been happening to the population of France since around 2000? Who knows, maybe it's not the FN that are the real anti-semites. Oui?