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Re: BASTILLE DAY MASSACRE

Postby Cp279 » Sat Jul 16, 2016 6:07 pm

Not only Middle Easterners (mainly Arabs) but nations at almost every corner of the world had to suffer colonialism and mainly neo-colonialism. But one wonders why Latin Americans (Mexicans, Brazilians, Peruvians and others) have not attempted to resort to the violence the way Muslim people are doing right now. Why Vietnamese, Cambodians and other Asians have not blown themselves up when they come to work in western countries ? Why blacks throughout several centuries of slavery and humiliation have not detonated themselves and instead they have strived hard to compete with the whites using the areas they excel such as arts ,sports ,etc? I do not subscribe to the idea that anti-imperial struggle is the main concern of the islamists. Quite the contrary, I think colonizing their host countries is what they have been dreaming about but because they neither have the power and competence they choose this "practical" shortcut..which evetnually will lead to their inevitable defeat.
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Re: BASTILLE DAY MASSACRE

Postby Lordo » Sat Jul 16, 2016 11:36 pm

Tim Drayton wrote:Even if we accept the legitimacy of the struggle of subjected peoples against colonialism or neo-colonialism - and I do - one surely has to ask if the act of mowing down dozens of innocent civilians constitutes a legitimate form of anti-imperial struggle in the way certain people here appear to be arguing.

ofcourse it is not justified to kill any civilians. the question is not one of justification but one of responsibility and where it begins and where it ends. only a fool would look at this situation and just blame one thing. in fact it turns out this young man had given a lot of money to his family just before the attack. somebody mentioned fighting fire with fire, and that is exactly what isil is doing too. they are fighting the west with western methods where money corrupts everyone including the old fool.

long live western way of life.
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Re: BASTILLE DAY MASSACRE

Postby miltiades » Sun Jul 17, 2016 6:31 am

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Tim Drayton wrote:Even if we accept the legitimacy of the struggle of subjected peoples against colonialism or neo-colonialism - and I do - one surely has to ask if the act of mowing down dozens of innocent civilians constitutes a legitimate form of anti-imperial struggle in the way certain people here appear to be arguing.

ofcourse it is not justified to kill any civilians. the question is not one of justification but one of responsibility and where it begins and where it ends. only a fool would look at this situation and just blame one thing. in fact it turns out this young man had given a lot of money to his family just before the attack. somebody mentioned fighting fire with fire, and that is exactly what isil is doing too. they are fighting the west with western methods where money corrupts everyone including the old fool.

long live western way of life.

Without a shadow of a doubt, the barbarian brainwashed murderer had expressed same views as yours on previous barbaric attacks. He too would have justified, as you do, every other past atrocity. Along with GR, Snauzer, or whatever, are prospective candidates in line for radicalization and embarkation on such acts. You three are a fucking menace and should be kept under watch.
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Re: BASTILLE DAY MASSACRE

Postby Schnauzer » Sun Jul 17, 2016 8:34 am

miltiades wrote:
Tim Drayton wrote:Even if we accept the legitimacy of the struggle of subjected peoples against colonialism or neo-colonialism - and I do - one surely has to ask if the act of mowing down dozens of innocent civilians constitutes a legitimate form of anti-imperial struggle in the way certain people here appear to be arguing.

I agree entirely with your statement. This act is reprehensible, regardless of motives behind it.
Indiscriminate and premeditated, cold blooded murder committed by a psychopath .



If one wished to illustrate an 'Indiscriminate and Premeditated' attack upon innocents, one could find no finer example than the unlawful cold-blooded murderous assault upon the sleeping civilians of Iraq.

If you have forgotten OR.. are unable to associate the actions with that which NOW takes place in retaliation to the initial and subsequent scenarios, you are really not qualified to reach the conclusions you proffer so adamantly.

THIS particular atrocity (and atrocity it was), can only be viewed as an act of desperation committed by a person who (unlike yourself) was convinced that his action would provide a 'Graphic example' of what a heap of mutilated innocent victims looks like.

Unfortunately, no such visible evidence is available of the carnage which took place when Iraq was unlawfully and murderously attacked.

As the song says...."This is where it all began". :wink:
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Re: BASTILLE DAY MASSACRE

Postby miltiades » Sun Jul 17, 2016 8:44 am

Schnauzer wrote:
miltiades wrote:
Tim Drayton wrote:Even if we accept the legitimacy of the struggle of subjected peoples against colonialism or neo-colonialism - and I do - one surely has to ask if the act of mowing down dozens of innocent civilians constitutes a legitimate form of anti-imperial struggle in the way certain people here appear to be arguing.

I agree entirely with your statement. This act is reprehensible, regardless of motives behind it.
Indiscriminate and premeditated, cold blooded murder committed by a psychopath .



If one wished to illustrate an 'Indiscriminate and Premeditated' attack upon innocents, one could find no finer example than the unlawful cold-blooded murderous assault upon the sleeping civilians of Iraq.

If you have forgotten OR.. are unable to associate the actions with that which NOW takes place in retaliation to the initial and subsequent scenarios, you are really not qualified to reach the conclusions you proffer so adamantly.

THIS particular atrocity (and atrocity it was), can only be viewed as an act of desperation committed by a person who (unlike yourself) was convinced that his action would provide a 'Graphic example' of what a heap of mutilated innocent victims looks like.

Unfortunately, no such visible evidence is available of the carnage which took place when Iraq was unlawfully and murderously attacked.

As the song says...."This is where it all began". :wink:

The mentally unstable barbarian who perpetrated this gruesome act used the same logic as you are now displaying. You are prone to act in a similar fashion and you, Lordo and GR, apologists to this horrific act , ought to be rounded up and questioned, since you lot are a fucking menace to civilization and ideal candidates to commit similar acts.
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Re: BASTILLE DAY MASSACRE

Postby Schnauzer » Sun Jul 17, 2016 9:04 am

miltiades wrote:
Schnauzer wrote:
miltiades wrote:
Tim Drayton wrote:Even if we accept the legitimacy of the struggle of subjected peoples against colonialism or neo-colonialism - and I do - one surely has to ask if the act of mowing down dozens of innocent civilians constitutes a legitimate form of anti-imperial struggle in the way certain people here appear to be arguing.

I agree entirely with your statement. This act is reprehensible, regardless of motives behind it.
Indiscriminate and premeditated, cold blooded murder committed by a psychopath .



If one wished to illustrate an 'Indiscriminate and Premeditated' attack upon innocents, one could find no finer example than the unlawful cold-blooded murderous assault upon the sleeping civilians of Iraq.

If you have forgotten OR.. are unable to associate the actions with that which NOW takes place in retaliation to the initial and subsequent scenarios, you are really not qualified to reach the conclusions you proffer so adamantly.

THIS particular atrocity (and atrocity it was), can only be viewed as an act of desperation committed by a person who (unlike yourself) was convinced that his action would provide a 'Graphic example' of what a heap of mutilated innocent victims looks like.

Unfortunately, no such visible evidence is available of the carnage which took place when Iraq was unlawfully and murderously attacked.

As the song says...."This is where it all began". :wink:

The mentally unstable barbarian who perpetrated this gruesome act used the same logic as you are now displaying. You are prone to act in a similar fashion and you, Lordo and GR, apologists to this horrific act , ought to be rounded up and questioned, since you lot are a fucking menace to civilization and ideal candidates to commit similar acts.



In case you have not noticed, I have NOT indicated that I am in agreement with that which took place in Nice but merely expressed my opinion on the reasons for such action, together with descriptive examples of events that preceded it.

Without wishing to antagonize you further, I would like to draw your attention to a news report (this morning) from 'Place Massena' in the location of Nice where the 'Clean Up' has now been completed and normality has been restored.

The pristine condition of the square and the beautifully kept beaches and tourist areas, belie the atrocity that took place there and it is hard to imagine that such an event was possible in such a wonderful environment.

NOW, allow your imagination to stretch as far as the city of Aleppo where (this very day) more bombs have been dropped, more innocent civilians have been killed and the carnage continues, then ask yourself this simple question, "Where is the difference ?".



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Re: BASTILLE DAY MASSACRE

Postby Cp279 » Sun Jul 17, 2016 11:19 am

It is an undeniable fact that western states-starting with the US-by attacking and plundering ME countries have triggered this wave of atrocities. However, it should be borne in mind that although they did similar crap elsewhere in the world (Latin America,Asia etc..) the people coming from these areas and who emigrated to US and Europe adopted to the host countries culture and customs. Ever heard about vietnamese, indians or brazilians resorting to this kind of acts ?
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Re: BASTILLE DAY MASSACRE

Postby Lordo » Sun Jul 17, 2016 12:17 pm

miltiades wrote:
Lordo wrote:
Tim Drayton wrote:Even if we accept the legitimacy of the struggle of subjected peoples against colonialism or neo-colonialism - and I do - one surely has to ask if the act of mowing down dozens of innocent civilians constitutes a legitimate form of anti-imperial struggle in the way certain people here appear to be arguing.

ofcourse it is not justified to kill any civilians. the question is not one of justification but one of responsibility and where it begins and where it ends. only a fool would look at this situation and just blame one thing. in fact it turns out this young man had given a lot of money to his family just before the attack. somebody mentioned fighting fire with fire, and that is exactly what isil is doing too. they are fighting the west with western methods where money corrupts everyone including the old fool.

long live western way of life.

Without a shadow of a doubt, the barbarian brainwashed murderer had expressed same views as yours on previous barbaric attacks. He too would have justified, as you do, every other past atrocity. Along with GR, Snauzer, or whatever, are prospective candidates in line for radicalization and embarkation on such acts. You three are a fucking menace and should be kept under watch.

keep taking the medication old man.


the war has to stop where ever it may be. anybody who killes an innocent civilian is a murderer. anybody who killes a soldier who has surendered is a murderer. it is you who keeps justifying killing of over a million civilians in afghanistan, iraq and syria is justfied. you lost it old man. take your medication and your red and dont worry bout a thing.
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Re: BASTILLE DAY MASSACRE

Postby miltiades » Sun Jul 17, 2016 12:51 pm

Lordo wrote:
miltiades wrote:
Lordo wrote:
Tim Drayton wrote:Even if we accept the legitimacy of the struggle of subjected peoples against colonialism or neo-colonialism - and I do - one surely has to ask if the act of mowing down dozens of innocent civilians constitutes a legitimate form of anti-imperial struggle in the way certain people here appear to be arguing.

ofcourse it is not justified to kill any civilians. the question is not one of justification but one of responsibility and where it begins and where it ends. only a fool would look at this situation and just blame one thing. in fact it turns out this young man had given a lot of money to his family just before the attack. somebody mentioned fighting fire with fire, and that is exactly what isil is doing too. they are fighting the west with western methods where money corrupts everyone including the old fool.

long live western way of life.

Without a shadow of a doubt, the barbarian brainwashed murderer had expressed same views as yours on previous barbaric attacks. He too would have justified, as you do, every other past atrocity. Along with GR, Snauzer, or whatever, are prospective candidates in line for radicalization and embarkation on such acts. You three are a fucking menace and should be kept under watch.

keep taking the medication old man.


the war has to stop where ever it may be. anybody who killes an innocent civilian is a murderer. anybody who killes a soldier who has surendered is a murderer. it is you who keeps justifying killing of over a million civilians in afghanistan, iraq and syria is justfied. you lost it old man. take your medication and your red and dont worry bout a thing.

Justifying, excusing such a macabre massacre means that you fully support such acts. Fuck off the western world, go and join tose that you so much sympathise with. The West does not need prospective jihadists such as you.
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Re: BASTILLE DAY MASSACRE

Postby Lordo » Sun Jul 17, 2016 1:42 pm

not forgetting the americans who put up saddam to attack iran and kill another million people there too.

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