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London attack (present one)

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46 minutes ago, shelly said:

Long time lurker here, can see some of you might appreciate this  particular aspect though....http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread1251658/pg1

I am happy and proud that one of the local heroes was a Pole.  Doesn't surprise me though, Polish people are like that.  Male or female, many Poles are tough people and they don't back down.  I'm married to a Polish woman, I know from experience.  Łukasz and the fire extinguisher guy probably saved a life or two.

Brits love word play, I'm surprised the original author in that link passed up the opportunity to say that "A Pole grabbed a pole..." 

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In a bizarre twist.....

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A convicted murderer out on day release was among the bystanders who rushed to help during the London Bridge terror attack.

James Ford, 42, is thought to have tried to save the life of a female victim and helped disarm convicted terrorist Usman Khan, who stabbed a man and a woman to death and injured several others on Friday.

Ford was jailed for life in 2004 for the murder of 21-year-old Amanda Champion, who had a mental age of 15.

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/london-bridge-attack-stabbing-latest-convicted-murderer-day-release-james-ford-a9227216.html

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7 minutes ago, mad said:

A convicted terrorist was released from prison halfway into his sentence, and then fought off by a convicted murderer who was released from prison a few years into his life sentence?

Aren't prisons supposed to imprison prisoners inside the prison for a while?

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37 minutes ago, mikewof said:

A convicted terrorist was released from prison halfway into his sentence, and then fought off by a convicted murderer who was released from prison a few years into his life sentence?

Aren't prisons supposed to imprison prisoners inside the prison for a while?

Only the prisoners who were caught with more than an ounce of weed in their possession. 

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bystanders chased a terrorist with a fire extinguisher and a 5-foot Narwhal whale tusk.

As a lifelong handyman and do-it-yourselfer I have always had a deep appreciation of being able to say "I just happen to have" but in this case I bow to the champions.

a 5-foot Narwhal tusk? :lol:

Reminds me of the Python bit about the Piranha brother being observed walking with a tactical thermonuclear device under his arm.

That was in London too.

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Its the weekend so I read a lot of forums/blogs and thought I'd scoop that original post for you to see, in the meantime this afternoon I've 

made a massive mistake and stopped by the David Icke (Conspiracy) forum to see what they'd made of it all, I'll spare you the detail but suffice to say it's all an election-based stunt designed to keep the 'terrorist narrative' alive.

 

Actually I will link to it, but a tinfoil apparel is recommended; https://social.davidicke.com/index.php?/topic/2233-london-bridge-incident/

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There are some grade a nut jobs on that forum (unlike here where everyone is completely sane........)! How on earth did you stumble across it?

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Can't exactly recall now but during my visits I've noticed they take a perfectly innocuous news story and 

'illuminatti' the hell out of it between them, so now I carefully sandwich  my viewing between more  scientific/logical content

 

 

(like here for example)

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3 hours ago, shelly said:

Can't exactly recall now but during my visits I've noticed they take a perfectly innocuous news story and 

'illuminatti' the hell out of it between them, so now I carefully sandwich  my viewing between more  scientific/logical content

 

 

(like here for example)

It's weird, and real life is weird. It's when something isn't weird that you need to wonder about an actual conspiracy.

In this case, if the guy hadn't found "unicorn horn" -- along with the lion -- a symbol of the British Monarchy, and if they hadn't used a fire-extinguisher, the natural-antidote to the "house fire" of Brexit, which they used to defeat the terrorist, then yeah, conspiracy. But in this case, the whole fucking this was just the right amount of weird to be unplannable.

I haven't read your link btw, but I'm a fan of the band "The Men They Couldn't Hang" so I noticed the unicorn horn thing right away in Yahoo.

 

Anyway, there is a similar conspiracy theory with Australia, the companion piece, only it's the Emu, which is the counterpart to the Unicorn. (Lion-Unicorn vs. Bushmaster-Emu) The Emu feather supposedly pops up in one Ozzy conspiracy.

This is what happens when otherwise healthy dudes don't have access to snowmobiles and beer, they get stuck indoors and turn into conspiracy nuts.

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The 'Icke-ists'  first came to my attention (I remember now) during that South American news story of the miners trapped below ground

I went looking for news and stumbled down their rabbit hole, one of their number had counted the number of spokes in a wheel holding the cable & recovery cage dropped into shaft and declared even they had some conspiratorial aspect.

after that I was swamped with Shape Shifting-Royal Family-Lizard Beings 

 

but as I say, by self-regulating one's time there and socialising elsewhere I've been able to put away the tin foil hat 

 

 

(mostly)

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5 minutes ago, shelly said:

The 'Icke-ists'  first came to my attention (I remember now) during that South American news story of the miners trapped below ground

I went looking for news and stumbled down their rabbit hole, one of their number had counted the number of spokes in a wheel holding the cable & recovery cage dropped into shaft and declared even they had some conspiratorial aspect.

after that I was swamped with Shape Shifting-Royal Family-Lizard Beings 

 

but as I say, by self-regulating one's time there and socialising elsewhere I've been able to put away the tin foil hat 

 

 

(mostly)

In all fairness, the Shape Shifting-Royal Family-Lizard Beings thing is real .  Take one look at them and you know it is. The queen is apparently immortal,  the big prince runs his Range Rover into the serfs, the little prince's only claim to fame is that he is a tree hugger and the littler prince likes to have sex with teens.  What more proof do you need?

For the rest I recommend liberal usage of psychotropic meds or copious amounts of alcohol to help you cope.

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1 minute ago, Ed Lada said:

In all fairness, the Shape Shifting-Royal Family-Lizard Beings thing is real .  Take one look at them and you know it is. The queen is apparently immortal,  the big prince runs his Range Rover into the serfs, the little prince's only claim to fame is that he is a tree hugger and the littler prince likes to have sex with teens.  What more proof do you need?

For the rest I recommend liberal usage of psychotropic meds or copious amounts of alcohol to help you cope.

So, our you saying he mabey stille needes the tin foille hat?

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Nice to meet a fellow member off-site, :)

can see how people with too much time on their hands and an axe to grind can get drawn into their strange unhappy world, 

would appear admiring David Icke then slipping on a shell suit is essentially all you need to qualify yourself as one of them

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Just now, Snaggletooth said:

So, our you saying he mabey stille needes the tin foille hat?

Never leave home without it!   (And please consider the cat too)

Image result for cat tin foil hat

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19 hours ago, mikewof said:

A convicted terrorist was released from prison halfway into his sentence, and then fought off by a convicted murderer who was released from prison a few years into his life sentence?

Aren't prisons supposed to imprison prisoners inside the prison for a while?

 

The Islamic terrorist was on parole after being pleading guilty to terrorist offences in 2012 he was  wearing electronic tag for tracking.

One of the victims-

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London Bridge attack victim named as Jack Merritt

One of the people stabbed to death in Friday's attack at London Bridge has been named as 25-year-old University of Cambridge graduate Jack Merritt.

He was one of two people killed when 28-year-old Usman Khan launched the attack at a Cambridge University conference on prisoner rehabilitation.

Khan, who had been jailed over a terror plot, was shot dead by police after members of the public restrained him.

Mr Merritt, from Cambridge, was a course coordinator for Learning Together, a prisoners' rehabilitation programme which was hosting the conference at Fishmongers' Hall, at the north end of London Bridge.

Khan had taken part in the scheme while in prison and was one of dozens of people - including students and offenders - at the event.

Khan was known to the authorities, having been convicted of a terrorism offence in 2012.

He was released from prison half way through his 16-year sentence in December 2018.

Khan took part in Learning Together while at HMP Whitemoor in Cambridgeshire.

He appeared as a "case study" in a report by the initiative. Identified only as "Usman", Khan was said to have given a speech at a fundraising dinner after being released from prison.

On a visit to the attack site, the prime minister said the practice of cutting jail sentences in half and letting violent offenders out early "simply isn't working".

Mr Johnson vowed to "toughen up sentences", while Labour's Jeremy Corbyn said there were questions to be answered.

London Bridge was the scene of another attack, on 3 June 2017, in which eight people were killed and many more injured.

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-50615926

One of the victims was involved with that deradicalization scam that doesn't work yet pays the rent for those rent seekers

When these terrorists chant Allahu Akbar best to reply with Allahu Akbar Zib.

What did the muslim mayor of London say about Islamic terror? What did Hitchens say about that slur from those who defend this religion?

 

 

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Nothing new with fighting back when terrorists attack

 

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22 hours ago, shelly said:

Long time lurker here, can see some of you might appreciate this  particular aspect though....http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread1251658/pg1

So the terrorist was  stopped by one of those ‘evil’ Poles that allegedly stole jobs and pushed Britain to Brexit, as well as a convicted murdered trying to atone,    Cool.  I’ve heard radio reports, and saw part of an interview by a gray haired boss cop.   No answers on why a guy with a fire extinguisher and another with part of a dead animal were able to subdue the terrorist, but police had to shoot him?    Sounds like American police.   

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25 minutes ago, Lark said:

  No answers on why a guy with a fire extinguisher and another with part of a dead animal were able to subdue the terrorist, but police had to shoot him?    Sounds like American police.   

The terrorist got up from the ground, he was wearing a vest which turned out to be a fake bomb so the police shot him.

Would they have shot him if he wasn't wearing a fake bomb vest?

What if they didn't shoot and he had a real bomb would questions be asked on why they didn't shoot him?

That muslim along with his friends will be happy he gets admission into that heavenly brothel with unlimited pussy and rivers of wine. Can you imagine having an everlasting erection in the afterlife, would it be awkward meeting up with family?

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It was narrated from Abu Umamah that the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said:
“There is no one whom Allah will admit to Paradise but Allah will marry him to seventy-two wives, two from houris and seventy from his inheritance from the people of Hell, all of whom will have desirable front passages and he will have a male member that never becomes flaccid (i.e., soft and limp).’”

 

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1 hour ago, Lark said:

So the terrorist was  stopped by one of those ‘evil’ Poles that allegedly stole jobs and pushed Britain to Brexit, as well as a convicted murdered trying to atone,    Cool.  I’ve heard radio reports, and saw part of an interview by a gray haired boss cop.   No answers on why a guy with a fire extinguisher and another with part of a dead animal were able to subdue the terrorist, but police had to shoot him?    Sounds like American police.   

Wearing a bomb vest, fake or not is a guaranteed method of getting shot by the police, it’s the pointless pursuit of martyrdom. 

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5 hours ago, Mohammed Bin Lyin said:

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:lol:

The British gutter press has it all over the National Perspirer.

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3 hours ago, mad said:

Wearing a bomb vest, fake or not is a guaranteed method of getting shot by the police, it’s the pointless pursuit of martyrdom. 

Yeah. If he could have had a real one, I'm sure he would have had a real one. The fake one achieved the secondary purpose of avoiding more prison time to question his extremism.

But the fact that it was fake means that something worked somewhere in the enforcement and prevention, right? My guess is that the vast majority of Muslims in the world no longer want to enable dipshits like that to get hold of WMDs and he couldn't find anyone willing to help him out. It was clearly a crime of a single deluded mind, with little to no external help. Of course, nobody WOULD help him out, having already been captured once and on police radar. But from acorns grow trees ...

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In this battle of the 'have & have-nots' (which is what this about after all)

it's no more a religious ideology than anything  else ISIS use as recruiting material, there's a ready supply of the easily malleable in poor communities throughout UK. For some martydom is sufficient reward, others might be swayed by prospect of virgins waiting on the other side!

Brandishing a knife or mowing down pedestrians with a hire van every bit as likely to get you shot, as wearing a bomb vest though.

 

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17 hours ago, shelly said:

In this battle of the 'have & have-nots' (which is what this about after all)

it's no more a religious ideology than anything  else ISIS use as recruiting material, there's a ready supply of the easily malleable in poor communities throughout UK. For some martydom is sufficient reward, others might be swayed by prospect of virgins waiting on the other side!

Brandishing a knife or mowing down pedestrians with a hire van every bit as likely to get you shot, as wearing a bomb vest though.

 

 

Were those who mowed down pedestrians on the very same bridge wearing fake bomb vests. The Islamic state did instruct muslims to wear fakes if they couldn't get the real thing to increase the fear factor.

Martyrdom is a huge reward for muslims perhaps people should question this aspect of Islam, was this an example of Jihad in the way of Allah? 

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Chapter: The High Positions that Allah has prepared for the Mujahid in Paradise

It has been narrated on the authority of Abu Sa`id al-Khudri that the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said (to him):

Abu Sa`id, whoever cheerfully accepts Allah as his Lord, Islam as his religion and Muhammad as his Apostle is necessarily entitled to enter Paradise. He (Abu Sa`id) wondered at it and said: Messenger of Allah, repeat it for me. He (the Messenger of Allah) did that and said: There is another act which elevates the position of a man in Paradise to a grade one hundred (higher), and the elevation between one grade and the other is equal to the height of the heaven from the earth. He (Abu Sa`id) said: What is that act? He replied: Jihad in the way of Allah! Jihad in the way of Allah!

 

Tarek Fatah is a muslim journalist he explains why this shit always happens.

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It’s the doctrine of jihad, stupid

Twelve years after 9/11 and the beat goes on. If the news of jihadi terrorist bombings in Boston and Bangalore was not enough to wake us from our collective slumber, the arrests of Chiheb Esseghaier of Montreal and Raed Jaser from Toronto this week certainly should. Though I doubt it.

According to RCMP Assistant Commissioner James Malizia, the two Muslim men were allegedly getting “direction and guidance” from al-Qaida elements in Iran. He added: “Had this plot been carried out, it would have resulted in innocent people being killed or seriously injured.”

While ordinary Canadians and non-Muslims around the world are bewildered by these never-ending news reports of terrorism and alleged plots, the response by the leaders of the Islamic community is the tired old cliche — Islam is a religion of peace, and jihad is simply an “inner struggle.”

The fact is these terrorists are motivated by one powerful belief — the doctrine of armed jihad against the “kuffar” (non-Muslims).

It is worth noting that not a single Muslim cleric since 9/11 has mustered the courage to say the doctrine of armed jihad is defunct and inapplicable in the 21st century. They rightfully denounce terrorism, but dare not denounce jihad.

For those who search for the root cause of Islamist terrorism, it’s the doctrine of jihad, stupid. 

https://torontosun.com/2013/04/23/its-the-doctrine-of-jihad-stupid/wcm/4587ef71-f0c4-4587-8501-3cbb4f01ff78

 

If you tried to create a religion today which preached  similar things you would be told to fuck off with that shit.For some reason people think ancient beliefs like Islam should never be questioned with that religious freedom nonsense.

Islam is an ideology a set of beliefs that guide muslims this war on terror will not be won with weapons it will ultimately be won with words when people lose their Islamophobia and start questioning this bullshit barfed up by a 7th century bandit.

Muhammad wasn't a prophet from god he profited from his sock puppet called Allah. Have a look at his first expeditions he was a highway robber stealing from trade caravans that passed between Syria and Arabia.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_expeditions_of_Muhammad

 

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