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Posted 11/13/15

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It is probably just "workplace violence"

Well, as it turns out, religious extremism is the motivation in these attacks.

I'm surprised that it's so easy to own an AK-47 in France, and furthermore how loose security is for packed venues.

What's really distressing about the attacks, besides the people being killed, is that they set a bad precedent for the Muslim refugees coming from the middle east. It's a case of "a few bad apples ruins them all" kind of thing. I'm pretty sure that ISIS is the violent Muslim equivalent of the KKK (devoutly Protestant); but Christians don't get a bad rap for the KKK, and Muslims shouldn't get a bad rap for their extremists either.


I mean has it been confirmed to be a terrorist attack?


With this much thought and planning? I'd be shocked if it wasn't.
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My source from France also mentioned that religion was a motive.
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The daily star predicted that something like this would happen. This is what happens when you have a massive amount of undocumented refugees coming in large numbers its so easy for someone like ISIS to put in sleeper agents in with the refugees and do an attack a year or 2 later the daily star said its a massive security concern as its very difficult to do full background check and fingerprinting and that amount of people coming in at once. Very few people have mention the security concern with all the undocumented refugees coming in I think this might change now. I am surprised it didn't happen in Germany
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SVT (Swedish puvlic service) said there were 40 people killed across multiple locations, one dude opened fire at a restaurant on 10th arrondissementet, multiple explosions on Stade de France and around 100 people held hostage at Bataclan.

Probably is pointless to share this since it's in swedish, but here goes http://www.svt.se/nyheter/live/skottlossning-i-paris

Unfortunately it's probably IS
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Multiple shootings at coordinated locations and rising casualties, is terrorism. Period.
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Sorry I was confusing terrorism with religious extremism (Being Religiously motivated) since I saw a few references to religion before it had been confirmed to be motivated by it.
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No, it's not confirmed terrorism, but the attacker had affiliations with the religious extremists who shot and killed the Charlie Hebdo artists.
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Posted 11/13/15 , edited 11/15/15
And this is why I don't want refugees here.





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Posted 11/13/15 , edited 11/13/15

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No, it's not confirmed terrorism, but the attacker had affiliations with the religious extremists who shot and killed the Charlie Hebdo artists.


The French president has just called it terrorism
French borders are closed
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Fast work to close borders..praises the French president for that
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Posted 11/13/15 , edited 11/15/15
The religion of peace strikes again? Or is it time for France to review their gun laws?
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Posted 11/13/15

CalifCat wrote:

Multiple shootings at coordinated locations and rising casualties, is terrorism. Period.


Not necessarily, you could have multiple shootings at coordinated locations, casualties and it wouldn't be terrorism if there was some sort of money ransom objective but yes you're mostly right doesn't take a genius to see this is a terrorist attack (Targetting a stadium with lots of people) so my bad.
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Posted 11/13/15

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And this is why I don't want refugees here.





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Had to look up the word "retardant", that's a new one for me lol.
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Let's wait until we have more information before blaming this on the refugees.
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Posted 11/13/15 , edited 11/13/15

Insanerino wrote:
What's really distressing about the attacks, besides the people being killed, is that they set a bad precedent for the Muslim refugees coming from the middle east. It's a case of "a few bad apples ruins them all" kind of thing. I'm pretty sure that ISIS is the violent Muslim equivalent of the KKK (devoutly Protestant); but Christians don't get a bad rap for the KKK, and Muslims shouldn't get a bad rap for their extremists either.

It is not religious extremism but Islamic extremism; while there are only hundreds of KKK extremists, there are hundreds of MILLIONS of Islamic extremists ...committing "workplace violence". Christianity underwent a reformation - it is high time Islam did as well ...and yeah, that is on Muslims.

Muslims killing Muslims ...again - and then everybody else; we need to create stable areas in their home countries and keep those refugees there or we will get "no go" Muslim only zones and stoned women for violating "their" dress code in "their" new countries.
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