Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Anonymous, Nov 13, 2015.
I poop on ze filty terrorists
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A people a faith almost made extinct by IS, The Yezidi People
For now there are more than 100 killed people reported
My deepest sympathies
Any asshole with a gun can kill civilians and prove to be a coward.
This article is a good read, although, I think it's too early to call it a false flag:
"The latest French poll shows that, as a result of the refugees from Washington’s wars, Marine Le Pen has come out on top of the candidates for the next French presidential election.
By supporting for 14 years Washington’s neoconservative wars for US hegemony over the Middle East, establishment European governments eroded their electoral support. European peoples want to be French, German, Dutch, Italian, Hungarian, Czech, British. They do not want their countries to be a diverse Tower of Babel created by millions of refugees from Washington’s wars.
To remain a nationality unto themselves is what Pegida, Farage, and Le Pen offer the voters.
Realizing its vulnerability, it is entirely possible that the French Establishment made a decision to protect its hold on power with a false flag attack that would allow the Establishment to close France’s borders and, thereby, deprive Marine Le Pen of her main political issue.
Some people are so naive and stupid as to think that no government would kill its own citizens. But governments do so all the time. There are an endless number of false flag attacks, such as Operation Gladio. Operation Gladio was a CIA/Italian intelligence operation that relentlessly bombed innocent Italians, such as those waiting in a train station, murdering hundreds, and then blaming the violence on the European communist parties in the post-WW II era in order to block the communists from electoral gains."
Police lines at the stadium following the explosions in the area.
Spectators waiting on the pitch after the match ended, unsure whether to leave.
New York, One World Trade showing solidarity.
Troops on the streets and people urged to stay indoors.
Francois Hollande, the French president has declared a state of emergency.
Map of the area in which the attack took place.
Paris has suffered a night of deadly attacks, described by President Francois Hollande as "unprecedented".
A series of shootings, bomb blasts and a hostage siege have resulted in the deaths of scores of people.
A state of emergency has been declared and the military have been deployed.
This is what we know so far.
21:20 (20:20 GMT) Rue Alibert attacks
A succession of attacks erupted some time after 21:00 in popular nightlife spots in the 10th district (arrrondissement) of the capital, not far from the Place de la Republique.
First reports of gunfire came from Le Carillon bar, at 18 rue Alibert. Witnesses initially thought a firecracker had gone off until people realised that a masked man was opening fire with a semi-automatic gun. One witness described a man getting out of a car with a heavy calibre weapon.
"People dropped to the ground. We put a table over our heads to protect us," said Ben Grant, who was with his wife at the back of the bar.
Le Petit Cambodge
Witnesses then describe how the man then crossed the road and turned his gun on a restaurant, Le Petit Cambodge (Little Cambodia).
Minutes later, a shooting was reported not far away, near the popular Canal St Martin. Reports said a car was left riddled with bullets and a motorbike abandoned on the ground.
La Casa Nostra pizzeria
Then came an attack on diners a few streets south of rue Alibert, on the terrace of La Casa Nostra pizzeria, in rue de la Fontaine au Roi. Witnesses described seeing a man firing a machine-gun.
"There were at least five bodies around me and blood everywhere," a man in his 30s told French media.
21:30 Stade de France
On the northern fringe of Paris, France were playing Germany at the Stade de France stadium, in an international football friendly seen as a big game ahead of the Euro 2016 football championships in France. The game was being broadcast on TF1, one of the main national TV channels. President Hollande was there.
About half an hour after kick-off, the first of at least two explosions was heard. It was audible within the stadium and the president was immediately led to safety.
There were unconfirmed reports of at least one suicide bombing as two fast food outlets and a brasserie near the stadium were attacked.
At one point, a section of the crowd spilled on to the pitch in panic. After the match, which France won 2-0, players watched events unfold on monitors in the tunnel.
21:50 Rue de Charonne attack
The next reports of shootings came to the south of the first restaurant attacks, at La Belle Equipe bar in the rue de Charonne in the 11th district.
Two men were seen opening fire, spraying bullets at the terrace of the cafe.
"It lasted at least three minutes," one witness said. "Then they got back in their car and headed towards Charonne station."
There were appalling scenes outside the bar, with bodies all over the floor. One women covered in blood was hugged by a passer-by as emergency services arrived to help the wounded.
22:00 Bataclan concert venue
The deadliest attack of the night came in the 11th district in Boulevard Voltaire where several gunmen raided a well known concert venue where Californian rock group Eagles of Death Metal was playing. The 1,500-seat hall was sold out.
Reports said the attackers had stormed the hall, shooting in the air. One of the attackers was said to have shouted "God is great" in Arabic. One witness heard a gunman blaming President Hollande for intervening in Syria. It was the first clear evidence that Paris was once again being targeted by Islamists.
"We thought it was fireworks but finally there were men shooting in all directions. So we all lay on the floor and started crawling towards the stage," one woman said.
A hostage crisis had now begun.
By now, President Hollande was in crisis talks with Prime Minister Manuel Valls as well as Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve.
Shortly before midnight he gave a live address on national TV announcing a state of emergency throughout France and a tightening of border controls.
The order was then given to send elite security forces into the concert hall. Shots rang out at 00:30 and reports began to emerge of the scale of the bloodshed wrought by the attackers, with dozens reported dead.
Other attacks were reported during the evening, including one on the Boulevard de Beaumarchais close to the Bastille.
Police say there were eight attackers and all of them died:
Three blew themselves up and a fourth was shot by police at the Bataclan venue at the end of the concert siege
Another blew himself up a short distance away from the concert hall on the Boulevard Voltaire
Three more were killed outside the Stade de France and one of the three detonated a suicide vest
But the search for potential accomplices continues. The string of gun and bomb attacks was clearly co-ordinated and involved more men than the three who took part in the January attacks, which claimed the lives of 18 people.
All of the above from BBC
Daily Mail headline.
The true figure might be less than 130.
Graphic video footage from the shooting at the Bataclan venue by a journalist from Le Monde:
Nice to read this here, US news are short and precise compared to French ones...
Attack by ISIS
From http://www.jpost.com/ now
ISIS is claiming responsibility for the attacks.
'This time it's war': French press react with horror to attacks
BY AFP 4 HOURS AGO IN WORLD"This time it's war," declared the Le Parisien daily, as France's media reacted with horror but determination after Friday's wave of attacks that left at least 120 dead.Centre-right daily Le Figaro took up a similar theme, splashing with the headline "War in central Paris" amid scenes of carnage at several locations in the French capital.Many papers called for unity in the country that is still reeling from jihadist attacks in January that claimed 17 lives."In the name of the true martyrs of yesterday, the innocent victims and in the name of the Republic, France will be able to stay united and stand together," said Le Parisien.The "terrorist barbarism" has crossed a "historic line," said the head of the left-leaning Liberation daily, calling for France to stay resolute."It is impossible not to link these bloody events with the battles raging in the Middle East. France is playing its part there. It must continue to do so without blinking," wrote Laurent Joffrin in an editorial.Sports daily L'Equipe splashed the one word "L'Horreur" ("Horror") across a black front page.Papers immediately made the link between the attacks on the Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine that claimed 17 lives in January, spawning an outpouring of solidarity around the Twitter hashtag #jesuischarlie (I am Charlie)."We were Charlie. We are Paris!" wrote the Republique des Pyrenees regional daily.
Read what? All I see is mindless spam of pictures and text with no reference to sources.
Looks like an attempt to hide relevant info, or just a faggot.
victims lay on the pavement outside a Paris restaurant, Friday, Nov. 13, 2015. Police officials in France on Friday reported multiple terror incidents, leaving many dead. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)
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