Je Suis Bruxelles

  • JackNNJ

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    Mar 22, 2016 11:47 AM GMT
    Yeah, I said that - now I'm an actual CITY.

    Helpful note from a white Liberal: "If you blamed Muslims for this attack YOU. ARE. A. RACIST."

    I didn't blame Muslims, just strongly suspected them.

    More white Liberal intellect: "This is why Trump should not be president, his rhetoric will cause attacks like this."

    So it's a good thing Obama is president, otherwise attacks like this might happen.
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    Mar 22, 2016 1:17 PM GMT
    Prayers for the victims of the vicious Brussels attack. While the events are still unfolding, and the true facts are still largely undetermined, it is important to recognize that these attacks were perpetrated by individuals or a group(s) of individuals. It would be wrong to paint an entire religion, ethnicity, or race with a broad brush.
  • ChicagoSteve

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    Mar 22, 2016 1:32 PM GMT
    I am watching the coverage of the terrible attacks at the Brussels airport and metro station this morning. This occurred 4 days after the arrest of the ringleader from last November's Paris attacks. This is suspected to be another ISIS attack. This group is so entrenched and also spread out over multiple countries, so how do authorities ever contain or really completely eliminate a threat like this?
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    Mar 22, 2016 1:32 PM GMT
    Just put things in perspective
    there were 20 people were shot in Chicago last night.

    serious; phuck if i care what happens in and about Brussels.
  • interestingch...

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    Mar 22, 2016 5:21 PM GMT
    DOMINUS saidPrayers for the victims of the vicious Brussels attack. While the events are still unfolding, and the true facts are still largely undetermined, it is important to recognize that these attacks were perpetrated by individuals or a group(s) of individuals. It would be wrong to paint an entire religion, ethnicity, or race with a broad brush.


    I totally agree and my thoughts are with the victims, maybe we wouldn't be in this mess if we hadn't interfered in the middle east in the first place so the UN are to blame for the terrorism in Europe and any that happens in the US or any other western country.
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    Mar 22, 2016 6:26 PM GMT
    Ouh great, another terror attack caused by peaceful muslims that worship a pedo, rapist and violent murdered mohammad

    nothing really new, not even surprised, terror attacks will only get worse and more violent the more muslim population will grow

    nazis are probably having a laugh in their graves
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    Mar 22, 2016 6:53 PM GMT
    Politicians will mumble something about ' some mysterious '' people that did it
    regressive left will call sane people racists and make excuses as always, will make some stupid comparisons, some might get arrested for speaking their mind and '' offending ''' some muslims feelings ( like that is all there is of a human, just prehistoric violent degrading religion )


    And muslims will continue to immigrate and blow up kill and rape, harass


    world war 3 is happening already, it's the muslim world against west
  • badbug

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    Mar 22, 2016 7:40 PM GMT
    there were 20 people were shot in Chicago last night


    The difference here is that if they could of killed more they would have. The only thing stopping them from killing everyone in Brussels was their inability to do so. It's a very big deal because these muslim terrorists are trying to become more deadly.



    It would be wrong to paint an entire religion, ethnicity, or race with a broad brush


    Unless a large portion of that race,ethnicity or religion believed that these attacks are somewhat justified. In poll after poll a not insignificant percentage of muslims have sympathy for terrorists and their point of view. A prominent muslim cleric on twitter has 10 million followers, he gives speech after speech praising attacks like these. 10 million followers. Acting as if religion doesn't have much to do with this is insanity. You can argue with poll results all you like, 10 million followers is 10 million followers.

    So although an entire religion or race needn't be painted, a not insignificant portion of it needs to be.

    These people are using religion to validate heinous attacks. Validating religion is in part helping to validate their warped view. They should be viewed as mentally ill people doing great damage in the name of their mental illness. Just because other people with invisible friends in the sky aren't blowing shit up, doesn't make it less dangerous to support their view that having invisible friends in the sky is alright.

  • ChicagoSteve

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    Mar 22, 2016 8:49 PM GMT
    pellaz saidJust put things in perspective
    there were 20 people were shot in Chicago last night.

    serious; phuck if i care what happens in and about Brussels.


    That is like comparing apples and oranges. The difference, as badbug points out, ISIS, the group that claimed responsibility for the Brussels attacks, wanted to actually kill thousands of people on a mass scale. If they had been able to detonate a dirty bomb and kill thousands, they would not even think twice about doing it.
  • JackNNJ

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    Mar 23, 2016 1:53 AM GMT
    DOMINUS saidPrayers for the victims of the vicious Brussels attack. While the events are still unfolding, and the true facts are still largely undetermined, it is important to recognize that these attacks were perpetrated by individuals or a group(s) of individuals. It would be wrong to paint an entire religion, ethnicity, or race with a broad brush.


    Yes, we get it. We are lectured constantly by white Liberals in the media.

    Meanwhile, there's THIS:

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