Rock singer Bono of the band U2 happened to be enjoying dinner at a restaurant on the Promenade des Anglais in Nice on the evening of Bastille day when Islamic terrorist Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhel used a cargo truck to murder 84 people leaving the fireworks display. The singer had to leave the restaurant along with the other patrons.
“Like everybody else, Bono had to put his hands on his head, and was told to remain calm.
The police were clearly very worried that terrorists might still be at large, and everybody was under suspicion.”
The band members tweeted this message the day after the deadly Islamic attack:
Love is bigger than anything in its way – Bono, Edge, Adam, Larry
–which seems a tone-deaf comment following an attack where it was clearly a truck barrelling down a roadway filled with pedestrians that was “bigger than anything in its way.” Not to mention a deadly weapon when driven by a Muslim terrorist.
Oddly, the band members also happened to be in Paris rehearsing for an upcoming concert on the night of the attack on the Bataclan theater, when Islamic terrorists murdered 89 hostages in the theatre, for a total of 129 dead and 352 wounded in attacks across Paris.
Coexistence is made difficult by Islamic terrorists, whose mission in life is to slaughter the infidel –by which they mean us.