While I accept that my response is a significant aim of the perpetrator of the murder by truck on the Nice waterfront, what I will never accept as adequate is another wailing, praying and posturing by elected leaders bewailing the bloody tragedy and then doing absolutely nothing to address how it was allowed to happen, yet again.
Obama has developed an art form of shallow rhetoric after such murderous rampages. He takes another swipe at 'Terrorism' when the only dialogue needs to be with the leaders and enablers of yet another "Lone Wolf". Muslim clerics, Saudi Princes, leaders of Islam dominated states across the globe should cease being thankful that this latest sickening assault on entirely innocent citizens of a free democracy didn't happen in their shithole nations held in the suffocating time warp of the sixth century.
Hollande, Merkel, Obama et el open your bloody eyes and call this appalling bloodbath for what it was.
It matters little that the perpetrator, as yet, has had no discoverable links to anything remotely associated with "radicalisation", the fact his name was Mohammed should give an inkling that his benighted religious background was almost certainly what primarily motivated his killing spree rampage.
I understand the politically castrated who gather to condemn Israel regularly for retaliating when mad muslims fire rockets from centres of life that most regard as sanctuaries, schools, hospitals etc, but I seriously doubt that truck would have covered 200 meters in Israel when the one in Nice continued its carnage for in excess of two Kms.
It is a bloody war and this latest battle at Muslims 1 innocent citizens 84, seems to have been a significant victory for those who would wish to have the entire planet under Islamic rule.
'Mohammed the latest' succeeded in large part because he chose to make his bloody mark on history in a nation that is still to kindly naïve in allowing such a tragedy to be enabled by the freedoms civilised western nations still regard as valuable.
Those innocents were just enjoying Bastille Day, a day that commemorates the casting off of a mantle of oppression and servitude that saw the birth of modern democratic albeit socialist France.