11 janvier 2011

Réactions En Vidéos États-Unis Terrorisme

La réaction du juge Napolitano suite à la tragédie de Tucson:

La réaction de Glenn Beck suite à la tragédie de Tucson (dans laquelle on apprend qu’il a seulement parlé une fois de la démocrate Gabrielle Giffords et c’était pour vanter son courage politique):

La réaction de Bill O’Reilly suite à la tragédie de Tucson:

La réaction du père de la fillette de 9 ans qui a été tué par Jared Loughner, à vous arracher le coeur:

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« This shouldn’t happen in this country, or anywhere else, but in a free society, we’re going to be subject to people like this. I prefer this to the alternative. »

11 janvier 2011

Top 5 Qc/Ca Canada Québec Top Actualité

Le Top 5 de l’actualité québécoise et canadienne (1er–10 janvier) selon Influence Communication:

Actualité Québec

#6 Fusillade en Arizona – 0,58 %
#7 Bye Bye 2010 – 0,54 %
#20 Oiseaux morts – 0,27 %

Actualité Canada

#13 Fusillade en Arizona – 0,42 %

Top 5 Twitter au Canada  – Semaine du 1er au 10 janvier 2011


  1. #byebye2010: 0,78% (19e)
  2. Marc-André Bergeron: 0,13% (167e)
  3. Andrei Markov: 0,08% (233e)
  4. États-Unis: 0,08% (238e)
  5. Legendre: 0,08% (251e)


  1. tYp3 LyK tHi5: 3,87%
  2. Huckleberry Finn: 3,12%
  3. #2011rules: 2,62%
  4. Ted Williams: 2,35%
  5. Jar Jar Binks: 2,28%


  1. Huckleberry Finn: 4,22%
  2. tYp3 LyK tHi5: 4,06%
  3. #2011rules: 3,18%
  4. Jar Jar Binks: 3,04%
  5. Macaulay Culkin: 2,45%


  1. tYp3 LyK tHi5: 4,01%
  2. Huckleberry Finn: 3,27%
  3. Jar Jar Binks: 3,14%
  4. Macaulay Culkin: 2,52%
  5. #2011rules: 2,19%

Influence Communication

11 janvier 2011

Apolitique États-Unis Hétu Watch Revue de presse Terrorisme

The Washington Post

Jared Lee Loughner was a registered independent, didn’t vote in 2010 election
The Washington Post

Suspected Tucson gunman Jared Lee Loughner registered as an independent voter in Arizona in the fall of 2006, according to the Pima County Registrar of Voters.

Loughner registered to vote on Sept. 29, 2006, identifying himself as an independent. Records show he voted in the 2006 and 2008 elections but is current listed as « inactive » on the state’s voter roles — meaning that he did not vote in November.

The political affiliations of Loughner, who is being charged by state and federal authorities with the shooting of Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D) as well as 19 other victims outside a Tucson grocery store on Saturday, have become the subject of a white-hot partisan debate in recent days.

In the immediate aftermath of the shooting, liberals sought to paint Loughner as an anti-government, tea party conservative. Conservatives retorted that Loughner lacked anything close to a coherent political philosophy — a case strengthened by subsequent glimpses into his personal life that suggests someone struggling with mental illness.

Loughner’s decision to affiliate as an independent rather than a Republican or Democrat would seem to affirm the sense that while he targeted Giffords in the attack, it was not a decision born of a set of deeply held political beliefs that fit neatly into either party.

P.-S. Contrairement à ce qu’a affirmé Richard Hétu, le Departement of Homeland Security a conclu que Jared Loughner n’avait pas de liens avec des groupes d’extrême-droite.