Boomer Jihad in France: Jihadi Granny Given 10 Years in Prison for Following Radical Islamic Son to Syria

Joe Jones
Daily Stormer
October 7, 2017


Jihadi Granny according to anonymous Daily Stormer sources.

As Vegas showed we have a major radical boomer problem.

After failing to convert enough of our youth, the Moslems have turned to our boomers.

We need to start rounding up everyone over the age of 55 to prevent these elderly jihadists from driving Trucks of Peace through our cities, they already drive poorly enough and he damage if they were trying to kill people would be catastrophic.

The Guardian:

A radicalised French woman who followed her son to Syria, where he was fighting for Islamic State, has been given a maximum 10 years in jail by a Paris court.

Christine Rivière, 51, nicknamed “Jihadi Granny” by investigators, had said she wanted to support her son and spend time with him in case he met an early death.

Delivered the verdict, the judge said she had demonstrated “a firm commitment” to Isis and had contributed to strengthening the group logistically. “Instead of trying to disengage your son, it seems on the contrary that you encouraged him,” the judge said.

Rivière, from Troyes in eastern France, is the oldest of around 30 women who have been held on suspicion of links to terrorism over journeys they made between France and Syria. Whereas most of the women are young, Rivière’s case stood out for her radicalisation alongside her son.

Vilus left for Syria in 2013 with his mother’s support and encouragement and she sent him money. When he told her – in messages later seized by investigators – that he was moving up the ranks of Islamic State, she is said to have replied: “I knew you’d do well, you’re made for that.” She allegedly tried to put him in touch with potential brides, women interested in joining Islamic State.

Rivière was arrested in July 2014 when she was allegedly preparing to move permanently to Syria after three previous visits to her son in Isis-held areas in 2013 and 2014. She told judges she felt good in Syria and preferred living there to France, “despite the bombings and shootings”, according to court papers published in Le Monde.

Rivière reportedly told investigators: “I wanted to make the most of [time with] my son before he dies … I know that will happen, of course, and if it does I’ll be happy for him because I know what that means for him. I know he will have a place in paradise … I want what he wants, like every good mother.”

Rivière denied she financially supported Isis, telling investigators it was “normal” that she sent her son money. She also denied personally fighting for Isis.

Questioned about pictures showing her heavily armed in Syria, she said she carried a weapon there “like everybody else”. Violent propaganda images were found on her computer, court papers said.

This was inevitable.

It starts off with letting in some Moslems and then BOOM.

Heavily armed jihadist babushkas.