Last quote about Bataclan
All quotes about Bataclan
It was difficult going through that door. I don't think I was the only one. ... We cannot say it was a magical moment because of everything that changed in our lives. But (Sting) is a really great man.
I couldn't imagine being anywhere else in the world. This is why I am here. To be with my family. This is my family now.
I never actually tried to get into the show.
Yes, terrorism will strike us again. But, yes, we have within ourselves the resources to resist and the strength to win. We Europeans will defeat Islamist terrorism.
I don't want to put a foot in the Bataclan. Even if Sting is a legend, I'm staying with my family tonight.
We have no problem whatsoever with the Bataclan's practical decision to invite only the families of those who died. The proceeds will go to the associations, and if we'd all been invited there'd have been less money raised.
I'm happy to be here but also scared.
I came alone tonight. It's very emotional, as I keep getting flashbacks of that night. I was standing just there, just the other side of the bar when it happened. Tonight is the first time I've been back here since.
And this is all the more so as the United States becomes less and less involved in the affairs of the world. Europe can no longer shirk its responsibilities and take refuge behind its American ally.
I'm here because it's important to finally finish a concert that was never allowed to end. It's for the memory of my friend and for all the 90 people who died.
Thanks to Sting for being there to show that we have faced this, that we got up again, that we progressed and that the Bataclan will live again. Thanks to him for allowing us to make some noise.
I'm a great supporter of Israel, myself, so I have to be the first person, we have to be the first band who plays there… And I hope we're able to.
I feel like together, everyone's looking out for each other right now and I hope the world takes notice and learns.
It's such a strange emotion, because I can't really control it and I don't know where it's coming from all the time. That's one of the things that's the strangest about this: I haven't had any nightmares, I've slept fine but, when I'm awake is when I see things. There are nightmares, you know. And I thought that talking about it would make it easier, that expelling it from inside of me would make me less like this. But there's really no frame of reference for this at all. I wish it would go away.
She was instantly struck by the horrific thought that he might have been one of the Bataclan suicide attackers.