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« Reply #175 on: November 20, 2015, 09:51 »
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It will never end, will it?

truly shocking, prayers for the people in Paris

Please correct the number in the Subject of your topic. 140 to 129.
RIP to all innocent victims.


« Reply #176 on: November 20, 2015, 13:06 »
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I rather leave it. I find it  pedantic and premature  to suggest

"The number of people killed in last week's coordinated terror attacks in Paris has now risen to 130, according to French Prime Minister Manuel Valls. One of scores of people injured in the attacks had died from their wounds in hospital."

« Reply #177 on: November 20, 2015, 13:47 »
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Clearly, some people need a "safe space" where they wont risk being exposed to opinions that are different or challenge them.

ER is a troll from day one. Just wants to cause the thread to be closeed so he doesn't have to let us speak freedom. In his own way he is a forum terrorist throwing bombs into our discussions to disrupt.

If the French were armed like the American's, those terrorists with guns would have fired a few shots and been silenced by the power of the people. Freedom rings and protects us against these people. That's why they take advantage of France or kill their own kind in their countries. Corrupt power from a small group of misguided religious fanatics, makes the good ones look bad. But the good have no weapons to defend, so they get murdered in homelands.

Yes? An so, why every time some armed nut goes in a a murder spree at a school --Columbine style-- nobody is able to stop him? Not once, never.

« Reply #178 on: November 20, 2015, 14:36 »
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yes,  guns stopped 3000 people from dying in New york too

ShadySue

« Reply #179 on: November 20, 2015, 14:46 »
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To maintain the international perspective:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-34879955

« Reply #180 on: November 20, 2015, 14:48 »
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I rather leave it. I find it  pedantic and premature  to suggest

"The number of people killed in last week's coordinated terror attacks in Paris has now risen to 130, according to French Prime Minister Manuel Valls. One of scores of people injured in the attacks had died from their wounds in hospital."

You should delete "140 dead"
Reason saying...somebody might think you counted dead terrorists too. 
Just saying....

« Reply #181 on: November 20, 2015, 15:26 »
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what?? youre a bit weird sorry

« Reply #182 on: November 20, 2015, 17:05 »
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what?? youre a bit weird sorry

Well if you don't want to change 140 to 130, then better change this title to
"Terrorist attack in Paris"

Because where/how did you get to 140 dead?

Again, RIP all innocent victims.  :(

« Reply #183 on: November 20, 2015, 17:22 »
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i posted the article when the attacks had just happened and media were reporting 100 dead, you can see the url has the number 100, and then the number went up to 140 and then to 159 and then it went down, i updated it once, but i am not going to change the title for every update sorry

« Reply #184 on: November 20, 2015, 17:45 »
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i posted the article when the attacks had just happened and media were reporting 100 dead, you can see the url has the number 100, and then the number went up to 140 and then to 159 and then it went down, i updated it once, but i am not going to change the title for every update sorry

And that's exactly I am saying just delete "140 dead" from that Subject line and leave: "Terrorist attack in Paris".

but if you don't see the need for it...nothing I can do.  :-X

« Reply #185 on: November 20, 2015, 17:55 »
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changing the title seems to be of more importance to you than the whole massacre, dont you have other things to worry about? sorry but your ongoing nagging about something so pedantic is not of my concern

« Reply #186 on: November 21, 2015, 07:12 »
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changing the title seems to be of more importance to you than the whole massacre, dont you have other things to worry about? sorry but your ongoing nagging about something so pedantic is not of my concern

super nasty and unnecessary remark! thanks

« Reply #187 on: December 17, 2015, 07:20 »
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Even if 99,99% of freebie seekers are not terrorists, they certainly commit a hell lot of crime especially rape, sexual harassment and robbery. They will never show this on the mainstream media obviously, but there are tons of data available.

Germany: Leaked police report reveal that 38,000 Muslim asylum seekers committed 100 crimes per day in 2014
Imagine what's like in 2015 with 400% more illegals. When you take Germany away from the germans, the natural reaction is nationalism. It's a matter of survival, either you fight back or you're conquered. Common sense is coming back to Europe though, Poland and Latvia already said they won't take muslims anymore. Eurosceptic anti immigration parties will gain strength across Europe because people are tired of EU failure.
But Latvia and Poland take the money from the EU. In my view they should get no penny from the EU if they dont want to take refugees.

this "point" would only apply if everyone were too dumb to distinguish between an Economic Community and some monolithic  "United States of Europe" which we do not have any agreements in place for -- yet (thank God)! (Then again, even under the U. S. Constitution the states have considerably more leeway than this and would have the right to NOT accept refugees etc.)

Seriously, should all of us now base our "political demands" only on Starwars and wet dreams like that? People really talk a lot. They also have a lot of "opinions", even if they don't know the first thing about sth. Ouch.

Receiving "Money from the EU" is nowhere tied to "political obedience" let alone sharing some specific "Refugee Policy" -- which in the case of Germany's savage chancellor was illegal from day one (both by German constitutional standards AS WELL AS applicable European directives and legal framework)!

And this "is not just me": the EU commission has started legal proceedings for treaty violation against Germany. Well done, Ms Merkel :)
« Last Edit: December 17, 2015, 07:26 by stuttershock »

« Reply #188 on: December 17, 2015, 10:07 »
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I find it disappointing so many people here don't support doing anything about ISIS. They control land and have a standing Army.

Who armed them?

Who create them?

People like this have always existed. They have just gone by different names like *, Communists, Socialists, etc.

You are afraid of being a victim of ISIS, but you refuse to understand the truth behind the whole thing. You just want to stop them somehow. It doesn't work in that way. Even you stop them, there will be another group supported by someone for some reason and they will continue what ISIS is doing now. You have to kill the cause, not the result.

ISIS is the cause. The murders in Paris are the result.
Until people stop to think what caused ISIS to form, the conflict will never be resolved.  Just look at all the wars in the middle east in the past decades and how the US and its allies have made a complete mess of it over and over again.  The US gave several billion dollars to Saddam Hussein to fight Iran, then they sold weapons to Iran.  My country, the UK is no better, still getting in to trouble for allegedly selling arms to a middle east country that might be using them on civilians.  The son of Margaret Thatcher was alleged to of been involved in arms deals.

Just imagine living in Iraq, an almost 8 year war with Iran, then the first gulf war, then sanctions and having to live under Saddam Hussein, then another war, then nothing done to secure the country and stop terrorists taking over.  How many families have been obliterated by all that?  Must be like living in hell and anyone that thinks ISIS can be destroyed by more bombs must have no understanding of history.  The UK never managed to stop the IRA and that was a much smaller organisation, the war on terror is about as likely to work as the war on drugs.

I think the way to massively reduce the threat of ISIS is by letting the middle east countries sort out their own problems and not arming them.  The terrorist attacks will probably carry on whatever the west does.  Just look at the list of terrorist attacks on France in recent decades,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_terrorist_incidents_in_France
« Last Edit: December 17, 2015, 10:12 by sharpshot »


 

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