The Kraken Visits Conflans-Sainte-Honorine

October 17, 2020 at 10:55 pm (Geopolitics and International Relations, International Intrigue, Mythology, News, The Supernatural, Vampire novel) (, , , , , , , , , , , )

The Kraken known as Napoleon VI was the leader of the French Aquarian Age Bonapartist Party and was a sitting member of the French National Assembly.

He, along with his wife Medusa the ex-Gorgon, was currently visiting the French town of Conflans-Sainte-Honorine some 30 km (20 miles) northwest of central Paris.

They were here under sad circumstances.

To visit the College du Bois d’Aulne where a teacher at the school Samuel Paty had been beheaded yesterday by an Islamist terrorist as he walked down a street heading from the school towards his home.

Mr. Paty had been a history and geography teacher at the school and had recently given a class lecture on freedom of thought and freedom of expression with reference to Charlie Hebdo a French satirical magazine that had published cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad in 2015.

For that action, the office of Charlie Hebdo was attacked by Islamist terrorists and several members of the staff were killed.

The trial over that attack had recently begun.

Three weeks ago an Islamist terrorist had stabbed a couple of people outside the former offices of Charlie Hebdo apparently oblivious to the fact that the satirical magazine had moved to another location.

Mr. Paty had shown his class pictures of the cartoons that Charlie Hebdo magazine had published.

This made Samuel Paty a marked man.

The murderer of Mr. Paty was Abdoulakh A. an 18-year-old Chechen from Russia who lived in the Normandy town of Evreux about 100 km (62 miles) from the murder scene and had no apparent previous connection with the teacher or the school.

Apparently Abdoulakh had waited outside the school this past Friday and had asked students to identify the teacher.

He followed Mr. Paty who was walking home and attacked him, inflicting multiple wounds to his head and then beheading him.

The Islamist terrorist then posted images on social media of his victim and his severed head.

As he continued to post photos on Twitter referring to President Emmanuel Macron and the French as “infidels” and “dogs”, police approached him.

The terrorist fired at police with an airgun.

They returned fire and the terrorist was shot 9 times in all.

His subsequent demise saved the Fifth Republic of France the cost of an expensive trial.

The Kraken and Medusa talked to some of Samuel Paty’s students- current and former.

A father of one of the students had posted on Twitter “My daughter is in pieces, terrorized by the violence of such an act. How will I explain to her the unthinkable?”.

Samuel Paty had been a well-liked teacher at the school.

One of Mr. Paty’s former students Martial, 16, had said that the teacher absolutely loved his job, “He really wanted to teach us things.Sometimes we held debates in class.”

After talking to the students and laying flowers at the site where Mr. Paty was slain, the Kraken phoned his friend British MP Renfield R. Renfield to discuss the growing terrorist threat in France.

Meanwhile down in the Underworld, Abdulakh A. was expecting to be rewarded with 72 dark-eyed virgins and lots of cosmic celestial sex.

Imagine his surprise when the three-headed dog Cerberus escorted him to a rotating barbeque spit over an open fire where he’d be spending his next eternity.

“Where are the 72 dark-eyed virgins that were promised me?” Abdulakh screamed as a trio of one-eyed cyclops giants tied him to the spit and began the neverending rotation.

-A vampire novel chapter
written by Christopher
Saturday October 17th


  1. Hetty Eliot said,

    People don’t get how bad it is in Europe and it’s getting worse. Look at Speakers Corner in London. A 5ft tall woman telling them about their own “sources” was escorted out of there by police because she apparently was a threat to the at least 75 “young men” there.. Nope, people don’t know the tenth of what it’s about.

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Yes, the tension between Muslim immigrants and non-Muslims throughout Europe is extremely high.

      It’s definitely going to boil over into a major conflict.

  2. Jessica E. Larsen said,

    Horrible. Just horrible. I hate to say it, but people just dumber by each passing day. 😑

  3. Kritika said,

    Humans are creating an inferno by themselves. Very creative. The world, nowhere seems to be getting better.

  4. George F. said,

    Yeah, the immigration/religion issues are hot..

  5. George F. said,

    Had the victim been a fat, ugly blimp, I might have suspected Pan-Goatee. The only solution, imo, is to broadcast comic images of “the prophet” and wait to see who crawls out of the woodwork…I dunno. Would that create a global meltdown? This is so whacked.

    • Hetty Eliot said,

      Oh, it’s beginning to happen. There’s cartoons, there’s people eating the quran… I don’t know how up you are on your islamic sources, but oh the things I could tell you… There are volumes and volumes about the life of the “prophet” that are only now finally being translated from the Arabic. And the contents don’t help their case, at all.

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Hetty, I take it this even goes beyond Allah having 3 daughters Al- Lat, Al-Uzza and Manat mentioned in the Satanic Verses in the Quran.

        Is there any website where one can go and read some of these recently translated volumes in English?

      • Hetty Eliot said,

        The Satanic Verses are a typical example of Mo saying what he needs to get what he wants at that moment. When he wanted people to convert but didn’t have the military power to back it up, he said stuff like that. When he did get power (by promising his followers booty of all varieties), he didn’t need to do that as much. The quran is organized illogically from longest to shortest which obscures the fact that the “peaceful” verses were the early ones and the warlike ones were the last to be revealed.

        His nine-year-old child bride noted once that the prophet’s revelations were very convenient. One of my favorite stories is that when he was caught with a sex-slave in one of his wives’ beds and she got mad, he took an oath never to do it again. Well, naturally, Mo being Mo, he got caught once more. Suddenly, allah sends him a new revelation: allah never gave him permission to make oaths. Allah also forbid adoption once Mo decided he wanted his adopted son’s wife.

        Or the time his uncle stopped bankrolling him because he knew it was BS. And lo and behold, a whole new chapter in the quran was revealed, condemning the guy and his wife to hell. (An eternal book for all mankind with a whole chapter dedicated to one man.)

        The book is a total mess, just a hodge-podge of crap illiterate Mo heard from the pagans, Jews, and Christians. Allah even got the Trinity wrong, thinking it was God, Jesus, and Mary. He said Jesus had his own book, quran-style, a book for which not one piece of evidence has ever existed. Allah also said the crucifixion never happened, it just appeared to happen. For the sake of argument, let’s say all of these religions are fairy tales. A person doesn’t need to be a theist to notice that none of these ideas exist anywhere in the world except the quran. is the place to go to read the hadith about Mo. It’s best to search topically because there’s thousands. I recommend any book of purification. That’s where the real hilarious stuff resides.

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Thank you so much, Hetty.

        I really appreciate that.

        I’ve been thinking lately that I should really brush up on Islam because it appears that many countries in Europe are about to undergo a Muslim vs. non-Muslim civil war to say nothing of Erdogan’s shenanigans in Asia Minor, the Caucasus, Central Asia and the Middle East as he attempts to establish a Neo-Ottoman Empire Caliphate.

        The stuff you mentioned about Mo is fascinating.

        My dad who had a B.A. Honours degree in History (as well as a B. Sc. in Engineering and a Bachelor of Education degree being the Renaissance Man that he was) had studied the lives of both Mohammed and Mormon Church founder Joseph Smith Jr.

        He had always told me that “Mohammed was a Joseph Smith Jr. who succeeded”.

        I suppose because Mohammed conquered the Arabian Peninsula whereas Joseph Smith Jr. died firing with a six shooter in his hand at an Illinois jail while firing his gun at the husbands of all the wives he had slept with who were busy firing their guns at him.

        Smith often changed his revelations to suit his own needs as did his successor Brigham Young.

        Just like the story of how he supposedly found the Book of Mormon plates changed.

        First it was the ghost of a ghost white salamander who told him (this original story is my personal favoutite) then it was God the Father, the Holy Spirit and Jesus Christ who told him then just God the Father and Jesus Christ and then just Jesus Christ alone and then finally he settled on the angel Moroni (Moroni having the same name as a minor angel of death in some ancient Hindu tales) which is now the official version adopted by the Mormon Church.

      • Hetty Eliot said,

        I’ve heard those prophets are quite similar. I never looked into Mormonism before, it didn’t feel very consequential, just bizarre. Might be worth some laughs. But I can see the similarities for sure. I like the ghost of a white salamander. I know Mo rode a flying donkey to Jerusalem one night, but I’m not sure if it talked.

        I would look into it. There is a big problem over there. I will warn you though–the more you learn, the more addicted you will become. Especially if you discover the “infotainment” world mocking Mo. It’s unbelievable. And all this shit comes straight from their treasured sources.

        You could also try “Islam Q&A” site for the real orthodox teachings. That’s a barrel of laughs too.

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Thank you very much for those sources, Hetty.

      • Hetty Eliot said,


      • Dracul Van Helsing said,


      • Seoul Sister said,

        I recently realized that there’s a connection between Mormonism and Freemasonry, they use the same or very similar hand shakes that have specific meanings. They are very insane, I dated an ex-Mormon, he told me that they had to wear holy undergarments that look like long white pajamas, even during sex. πŸ˜…

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        That’s right, they do.πŸ˜‚

        “Holy underwear, Batman” as Robin the Boy Wonder might put it to his fellow Caped Crusader. 🀣

        Mormons also believe God the Father called Elohim is in fact an extraterrestrial who lives on the planet Kolob near the star Kolob.

        Jesus Christ they believe is the spirit half-brother of Lucifer.

        Elohim the Kolobian extraterrestrial is apparently as horny as the Greek god Zeus, the Prophet Mohammed and Joseph Smith Jr. himself.

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Yes, Pan Goatee is usually the prime suspect when it comes to fat ugly blimps.

      Yes, broadcasting comic images of the Prophet to see who comes out of the woodwork might do the trick.

      I can see Renfield R. Renfield and Set Enterprises doing something like that.

  6. George F. said,

    I’m following this thread and I swear, you cannot make this shit up!!! LOL!

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      That’s very true, George.

      You can’t make this stuff up.

      I guess that’s why they say Truth is stranger than fiction.

      And to quote something our friend Daniel once said years ago that my fiction was so strange, that’s why it came so close to the truth. πŸ˜‚

  7. nitinsingh said,

    Unfortunate, but true, the world is going towards the struggle of civilizations.

  8. David Redpath said,

    “Cerberus is a good doggie!”

    ~ Leonard Constantinople,
    from his monastic rabbit’s hutch
    at Mont Saint-Michel, France.

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Cerberus is a good doggie indeed.

      And I was about to have Leonard Constantinople come to France.

      A monastic rabbit’s hutch at Mont Saint-Michel, France is a very good place for him.

      • David Redpath said,

        Being a valiant Scottish Crusader
        Rabbit, Leonard Constantinople,
        the Belligerent, defended Le Mont
        Saint-Michel against the invading
        English during the Hundred Years
        War. He’s very proud that those
        accursed Sassenachs never took
        his island monastic home, despite
        an eighteen year siege.

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        A place of fond memories for him.

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