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Date Signed Up:2/27/2012
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#29 - How can people bitch about European gun laws when there litera…  [+] (1 reply) 07/19/2016 on Religion of piece... 0
#58 - anon (07/19/2016) [-]
need muslim laws then. Guns don't kill people, muslims kill people.
#57 - I thought they were wanted for unrelated crimes to terrorism? …  [+] (2 replies) 03/23/2016 on trumold faggot 0
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#58 - lean (03/23/2016) [-]
www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/belgium/12201940/Brussels-attack-suspects-unmasked-the-El-Bakraoui-brothers.html

To call persecution of these migrants unjust is at best naive. To call them collectively refugees is severely understating it. It is an invasion by every definition. Glad I can cite sources you are just going to deny though.
#59 - hwest (03/23/2016) [-]
But you are using this tragedy to push through your own fears or political agendas, I have just shown you that it is nationals who have done this..

We're never going to agree on this so i'll just give my two cents on the migrant ordeal then be done with it;

I don't get it, it just feels callus to me, like in the majority these are real life scared people fleeing an awful environment, where their homes have been torn apart by a war imposed upon them. What gives me the right to a happy, secure life and them not just because of the country i so happen to be born in.

And fair enough that is one article
#43 - the two identified so far were not refugees, they were Belgian…  [+] (2 replies) 03/23/2016 on trumold faggot +1
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#46 - fatminion (03/23/2016) [-]
see, Sewallman? Belgium nationals. Sure, they have Muslim-sounding names, and the IS claims they are IS soldiers, but they were either born in Belgium or naturalized and somehow passed the citizenship test. In that case, the question is "how do terrorists end up getting naturalised?" or "how do our citizens end up getting in with IS?"

Terrorism shouldn't happen, and we should stop it at all costs, but it's also nothing new. The EU has between 1-4 terrorist attacks per year since the 1970s. So let's stop trying to use terrorist attacks to kick out people with coloured skin and try to solve the real issue. Why are people attacking, who are they, what do they want, and how do we stop them?

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terrorism_in_the_European_Union
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#47 - Sewallman (03/23/2016) [-]
Bob leaves Belgium
Bob trains with IS
Bob comes back into the country
Bob doesn't want to be caught for the paper trail leading him to IS

He pretends to be a refugee
Bob goes boom.
#40 - so.... they weren't refugees?  [+] (4 replies) 03/23/2016 on trumold faggot 0
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#51 - lean (03/23/2016) [-]
The 2 brothers were at a scene with an illegal named Belkaid, who I believe was tied to the Paris attacks, about 8 days prior. They fled the scene. Both were supposed to be in prison, but aren't. They were at the top to the terrorist watch list after traveling to Syria last year.
#57 - hwest (03/23/2016) [-]
I thought they were wanted for unrelated crimes to terrorism? (car jacking and firing at police)
But all this is besides the point, I was just questioning the unjust persecution of migrants, when all current suspects are Belgian citizens (and i can't find anything about them being linked as terrorist threats, or travelling to syria - source?)
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#58 - lean (03/23/2016) [-]
www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/belgium/12201940/Brussels-attack-suspects-unmasked-the-El-Bakraoui-brothers.html

To call persecution of these migrants unjust is at best naive. To call them collectively refugees is severely understating it. It is an invasion by every definition. Glad I can cite sources you are just going to deny though.
#59 - hwest (03/23/2016) [-]
But you are using this tragedy to push through your own fears or political agendas, I have just shown you that it is nationals who have done this..

We're never going to agree on this so i'll just give my two cents on the migrant ordeal then be done with it;

I don't get it, it just feels callus to me, like in the majority these are real life scared people fleeing an awful environment, where their homes have been torn apart by a war imposed upon them. What gives me the right to a happy, secure life and them not just because of the country i so happen to be born in.

And fair enough that is one article
#38 - Two so far identified were Belgian nationals  [+] (6 replies) 03/23/2016 on trumold faggot 0
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#39 - lean (03/23/2016) [-]
With affilations to both the paris attacks and known terrorist cells. So what?
#40 - hwest (03/23/2016) [-]
so.... they weren't refugees?
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#51 - lean (03/23/2016) [-]
The 2 brothers were at a scene with an illegal named Belkaid, who I believe was tied to the Paris attacks, about 8 days prior. They fled the scene. Both were supposed to be in prison, but aren't. They were at the top to the terrorist watch list after traveling to Syria last year.
#57 - hwest (03/23/2016) [-]
I thought they were wanted for unrelated crimes to terrorism? (car jacking and firing at police)
But all this is besides the point, I was just questioning the unjust persecution of migrants, when all current suspects are Belgian citizens (and i can't find anything about them being linked as terrorist threats, or travelling to syria - source?)
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#58 - lean (03/23/2016) [-]
www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/belgium/12201940/Brussels-attack-suspects-unmasked-the-El-Bakraoui-brothers.html

To call persecution of these migrants unjust is at best naive. To call them collectively refugees is severely understating it. It is an invasion by every definition. Glad I can cite sources you are just going to deny though.
#59 - hwest (03/23/2016) [-]
But you are using this tragedy to push through your own fears or political agendas, I have just shown you that it is nationals who have done this..

We're never going to agree on this so i'll just give my two cents on the migrant ordeal then be done with it;

I don't get it, it just feels callus to me, like in the majority these are real life scared people fleeing an awful environment, where their homes have been torn apart by a war imposed upon them. What gives me the right to a happy, secure life and them not just because of the country i so happen to be born in.

And fair enough that is one article
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