Terrorism in paris

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Anonymous, Nov 13, 2015.

  1. Katehon Member

    The terrorist organization ISIS is different from other trends of modern Islamic fundamentalism not only by the activity scope and success in controlling the large territory of Iraq and Syria, by branched networks in other Islamic countries and the effective coordination, but first of all, by grotesque arrangement of actions usually of a terrorist nature. Its executions of hostages are always conducted by the ISIS members as a theatrical play: the victim wears the orange uniform, the executioners cutting the head off and scoffing at the body in front of camera. The professional operators work, precisely chosen lighting and well-directed heartbreaking scenes surpassing Hollywood movies like Hostel or forbidden snuff-video, where the violence is real. Christians are crucified in public. Ancient priceless monuments of archaic Middle East cultures which are very valuable for the whole civilization are mercilessly smashed. Homosexuals are dropped from roofs and their execution is carefully filmed. Captured women and girls are brutally raped and turned into slaves. Children from early ages are taught to cut throat of their teddy bears with a knife. Again, all that is filmed and methodically published in the Internet. The ISIS speakers add in their videos straight extreme threat to all their opponents, promising them to be killed, raped, dismembered, enslaved, humiliated and trampled, and their value to be turn to dust. All that is based on the classical Islamist ideas of extreme Salafi persuasion, but theology does not seem to ISIS as main aspect: there is something different than a classic Islamic fundamentalism; it is Islam society of the spectacle, disgusting Islamist snuff-show. No more boring preachers, raging Salafi theologians, only black bulldozer of entertainment industry fully adopted those models created by the modern Hollywood culture with dominating horror and hard porn with all the characteristics of reality shows.
    This is avery good read
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  2. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    Katehon please post the link.
  3. Disambiguation Global Moderator

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  4. The Wrong Guy Member

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  6. Ill never understand how stupid can french can get .. I mean 90% of the terrorists were french islamist .. it was enough for 1 terrorist to come and 8 french islamist will join him.
    Cant you really see you have 6 million islamists against you ? 6 millions potential terrorists ??
    Cant you really see you raised vipers among yourselves ???
    CAnt you really see Hollande sold you off and he wants to get more islamists "refugees" while he throws useless bombs in the desert to divert your atention ??
    Do you really know what happens in the nordic countries ..Sweden , Denmark?? That islamists are im control and raping everybody ??
    Are the french really that stupid ?!
    I mourn for you and I pitty you but you need to wake up and cut the sick arm before the whole body cannot be save anymore !
    Please, wake up France !!!!
  7. The Wrong Guy Member

    The Best Scientology Fundraising Event Is A Front-Page-Headline Disaster – Paris Edition

    By Mike Rinder, November 17, 2015


    Scientology is busily engaged in one of their favorite pastimes.

    Using a tragedy to squeeze money out of people. And you can bet the below example is just one of many pitches being made. The IAS is no doubt having a great week.

    As I commented earlier today, the scientology fundraisers' motto is: The best type of fundraising event is a front-page-headline tragedy.

    Here are a few facts:
    • WTH booklets cost about 10c a piece to print, so the 250,000 copies for Paris is a $25,000 investment. Double it for inefficiency, shipping and handling and call it $50,000.
    • The WTH Foundation sells packets of 12 booklets for $18 – here is the price from their website. CaptureWTH.png
    • The 250,000 copies will require “donations” of 250,00/2 x 18 = $375,000
    • This will mean the WTH Foundation makes about $300,000 on this little caper
    • So, one might ask, why doesn’t the IAS chip in some petty cash and just fund this whole thing? After all, a measly $50,000 (they would not pay full price for the booklets, unlike the sheeple who donate) isn’t even the interest they make on their billion dollars of reserves in two days (At 1% interest they would make $10 million/year or about $200,000 per week).
    • After all, the IAS promotes that everyone’s donations are funding the “4th Dynamic Campaigns” that are “changing the world.”
    Now, let’s take a closer look at what this pitch is actually asking for.

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    The corny Statue of Liberty intro has nothing to do with the price of fish.

    She then talks about how the booklets “soothes” and “helps bolster the hearts and minds” of “these people whose lives are still in the aftermath of this terrible situation.”

    Then she points out how the “common sense” of the WTH is needed, especially “Do Not Murder” and “Do Not Harm A Person Of Goodwill.”

    Is this woman mad? She thinks the VICTIMS need to be reminded “not to murder” and “not to harm people of goodwill.” Maybe she should add a precept, “Do Not Get Yourself Shot” — that should help them too.

    Does she actually think that preaching to the people of Paris to live good lives is going to solve the problem of terrorism?

    Caralyn, here is a clue for you.

    The terrorists are not being bred in France.

    Why isn’t your booklet distribution being planned for the source of the problem in the Middle East?

    Because you know it would be a total failure and people would see these booklet handouts do nothing. They are NOT going to change the minds of mass-murderers. And advice to their victims about eating well and keeping their teeth clean just isn’t in the ballpark, or even zipcode, or in this case, country.

    So, it’s easier to just toss off any old pitch. As long as you make it sound like you are “applying LRH tech” to handle a situation, it MUST be the right thing to do.

    The sad part is that she will probably collect a lot of money. Most of it will be wasted. Some booklets will be printed. They may even be handed out. And if they don’t end up in the trash can or gutter, they will be addressing entirely the wrong public. But who cares, stats will be up this week, and they are probably hoping for a bigger disaster next week so their stats can be up again peddling WTH to solve the next typhoon to hit the Philippines.

    Source, and open comments:
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  8. Anonymous Member

    Never let a crisis go to waste and all that jazz.
    The mop knows.
  9. DeathHamster Member

    News sites and Fox identify one of the Paris bombers, NOT!

    It seems some idiots wanted a Muslim suicide bomber image, so they grabbed some innocent person's image from Twitter and shooped it.

    Too bad the news sites never bothered to do some simple fact-checking of the image.
    • North American electrical outlets.
    • Apparently the Quran can take selfies!
    • He's wearing a Sikh head-covering, not Muslim. (Probably because he's a Sikh, duh!)
    Oh well, just some collateral damage in the war on brown people, right?
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  10. What the fck does SCIENTOLOGY have to do with the Paris terrorist attack?
    You obsession makes me sick. Stop derailing and focus on the real issues of this TOPIC.
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  11. White Tara Global Moderator

    Sorry to disappoint but this is the perfect place for that Scientology post. The already suffering people of Paris should be made aware that they are now going to be the targets of a pack of scavenging vultures.
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  12. Many groups will try to take advantage of the pain, some more than others, more important than a stupid "religion" that is already in a downward spiral.
  13. John Duff Member

    Most of french people don't know the differences between a muslim and a salafist. That sucks.
    The good part is that many people (more than I expected) are aware that closing our borders would be stupid because the terrorists were french/belgian.
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  14. Ersatz Global Moderator

    Wait. I, uh, so you're saying, uh something and the what?????

    What dafuq did I just read?
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  15. Anonymous Member

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  16. @Anonymous Member

    M_tTBIH4_bigger.jpg Gabriella Coleman@BiellaColeman 17 hours ago
    Gabriella Coleman Retweeted Anonymous
    Interesting response to those that are skeptical about OpParis/OpIsis from long time supporter of the op.


    My response to @AnonDiscordian on Operation Paris: | #Anonymous #OpParis #OpISIS

    A Response to Discordian’s Thoughts on Operation Paris

    The original post by Discordian can be found at Please take the time to read it.

    Discordian was right to voice concerns about Operation Paris. Anonymous should oppose terrorism everywhere. Indeed, we have been keen to point out that whilst there was a massive outpouring of emotion for the Paris attacks, and rightly so, many were neglecting to notice other atrocities. For example, attacks in Beirut the day before — purportedly by Daesh — killed perhaps 43 people. Terrorism has no borders.

    I believe that Discordian was right to be sceptical about the motives of those involved in #OpParis. Indeed, some have pointed such scepticism at our Twitter account (@GroupAnon). Our post which, as the media would have everyone believe, “declares war” on Daesh has been retweeted over 14,000 times — we never expected this response, and we never sought it. Frankly, we were astounded by the response.

    The truth is, we didn’t declare war on Daesh as a result of the Paris attacks. We have been involved in #OpISIS since before the summer. To those jumping on the #OpParis bandwagon, we simply say this: if you really want to do something, if you really care, then let your actions back up your words.

    Discordian is also right to point out that #OpParis, and admittedly to some extend #OpISIS, may be a hindrance in some instances, disrupting vital intelligence. We have been happy to work with global intelligence agencies to provide them with the information we have gained by infiltrating jihadi networks. We should not be afraid to work with governments if our goals are aligned. #GhostSec has been successful in thwarting actual planned attacks. However, we urge anons to be cautious — don’t act recklessly. If you really want to fight Daesh, listen to Discordian and others, and act intelligently. Don’t make empty promises.

    I must admit that, despite having been involved in #OpISIS for many months, perhaps Anonymous needs a wider debate on the subject. Many are sceptical about the motives of #OpISIS, and its effectiveness. I accept that, and welcome an open debate. I only hope we can be united.

    Peace. Stay safe. #AnonFamily.

    ~Backslash, from the @GroupAnon Team
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  17. LOL Fcking blind kids do not see past the propaganda. How can you call yourself Anonymous and be "happy to work with government". It is a huge contradiction and naive to think governments have aligned goals. We need to open the eyes of some anons.
  18. The Wrong Guy Member

    Two Suspects Die as Police Raid Apartment in Search of Presumed Paris Attacks Mastermind

    Heavy gunfire rang out in a suburb north of the city through the morning Wednesday as French police laid siege to an apartment, seeking the presumed mastermind behind the deadly Paris attacks. Two suspects died and seven were detained during an operation that lasted over seven hours.

    A woman blew herself up at the start of the dawn raid in Saint-Denis, close to the national soccer stadium that was targeted in Friday night’s attacks, and police said another terror suspect was killed.

    Telephone records, intelligence and witnesses led investigators to think the Belgian-born Islamic State operative Abdelhamid Abaaoud could be taking refuge in the apartment, Paris Prosecutor Francois Molins said. Mr. Molins said neither the suspects detained nor those killed could be immediately identified.


    This report by The Associated Press goes into more detail:

    2 dead, 7 arrested in raid targeting Paris attack mastermind
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  19. @Anonymous Member

    Yes, it is factually true, that this particular operation has Anonymous divided. I' on the other hand, cannot convey any personal opinions regarding such matters, as I am here solely to see that ALL of Anonymous is represented.

    Thank You.
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  20. @Anonymous Member

    I have no opinion on that. I have to remain neutral.
  21. @Anonymous Member

    I have no opinion on that. I have to remain neutral.
  22. @Anonymous Member

    I have no opinion on that. I have to remain neutral.

    Thank You.
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  23. White Tara Global Moderator

    Hertz, I hear your concern and have checked all postings. There is no rank claim of leaderfagship. merely a reportage of all things anon, and a frank admiration of same. Please try to contain your contempt to at least a thread that is on topic.
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  27. @Anonymous Member

    United as One - Divided by Zero

  28. For the kiddies who jump on the bandwagon without thinking.
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  29. “The shooter was aged about 35 and had an extremely muscular build, which you could tell from the size of his arms. He looked like a weightlifter.
    “He was not wearing gloves and his face was expressionless as he walked towards the bar.
    “The driver had opened his door shortly before the shooting began and stood up with his arm and a machine gun rested on the roof of the car. He stood there with his foot up in the door acting as a lookout.
    “I would describe him as tall, with dark hair and also quite muscular.
    They looked like soldiers or mercenaries and carried the whole thing out like a military operation. It was clear that they were both very heavily armed and the gunman was carrying several magazines on him."
  30. ITT Baathist Trolls in our curtains

    Muslimfags duped by ex Iraq militaryfags
  31. Why are RT news videos not allowed here?
  32. Ersatz Global Moderator

  33. Thank fuck I can use the ignore button.
    You ought to gtf bro before you kill us all with boredom.
  34. Ersatz Global Moderator

    The question was
    I answered that it was moved. Since it is still here I would have assumed you
    knew the answer to your question. Clearly I over estimated your deductive
    reasoning skills.
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  35. Ok I guess I have to spell it out in the name of deductive reasoning lol
    Why did you have to move out of this thread a video from RT News about the Paris terrorist attack?
  36. Ersatz Global Moderator

    Because conspiracy theories belong in the other thread. This thread is for facts, not
    unsubstantiated claims.
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  37. @Anonymous Member

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  38. Doesnt sound like goat fckers did it. But hey! Who cares, on with the parade.
  39. more on that story:

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