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Stabbings in paris

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Heard about this on LBC. Pakistani guy? Not terror related. (Mental illness then?) Two Brit tourists hurt among 7 in total. One person badly hurt as attacked the attacker back and got stabbed in the head for his trouble.

Have we got anyone from DOSBODSers on the ground in Paris?!

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Paris stabbings: English tourist 'stabbed in the head' as seven seriously hurt in savage knife attack

A suspect ‘of Pakistani or Afghan origin’ began ‘slashing passers-by’ on the Loire Quay outside the MK2 cinema complex

Edited by WorkingPoor

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Seven people have been injured after the attack including two English tourists.

An attacker — believed to be an Afghan national — went on the rampage armed with a knife and an iron bar.

 man is believed to have stabbed three people at the cinema before several people outside tried to tackle him.

He then continued down Quai de la Loire before turning onto Rue Henri Nogueres.

Edited by WorkingPoor

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4 hours ago, Carl Fimble said:

Kudos to whoever it was who attacked the attacker.

Boules players throwing their boules per the press; and if you're throwing those hard then it's going to do some damage.  One in the head will knock you out.  It made him run away.

Maybe we should all start playing public games with pieces that double as weaponry.

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2 minutes ago, 201p said:

Another day another attack.

The thing is, on a long enough time line, if nothing is done, then the populace will naturally vote in more right wing politicians, which seem to terrify the powers that be.

It is only a matter of time but they seem not to be aware of it. Those in power are running out of time and options, and now the balls in their court (pun intended).

Apart from the fact that the attackers and their supporters also have the vote and their numbers will increase over the indigenous soon.

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My brother recently stopped off in tge centre of psris for a honeymoon staying in posh part and was told not to walk the streets at night. Reckons hed have been safer going to Mogadishu.

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2 hours ago, Frank Hovis said:

Boules players throwing their boules per the press; and if you're throwing those hard then it's going to do some damage.  One in the head will knock you out.  It made him run away.

Maybe we should all start playing public games with pieces that double as weaponry.

yes, but the jack would have warned the non terrorist where the boule was going to be thrown

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2 hours ago, Frank Hovis said:

Boules players throwing their boules per the press; and if you're throwing those hard then it's going to do some damage.  One in the head will knock you out.  It made him run away.

Maybe we should all start playing public games with pieces that double as weaponry.

It's the modern day equivalent of a good old fashioned stoning.

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40 minutes ago, 201p said:

Then the media giants won't be able to control their own journalists as momentum gathers.

The problem is the journos must toe their boss's line when spinning news. No ifs or buts. If the newspaper or channel leans a certain direction, that's the way their reporting has to lean too. If a reporter doesn't like it - shut the door on your way out. A reporter who files an article that doesn't fit the bias of their employers will find their work either heavily edited or not used at all.

That's why huge media groups should be feared and opposed when it comes to mega-mergers/takeovers.

Perhaps when one of the media giants decides to give us the whole picture and not an edited one to suit a particular viewpoint, things might change.

But I agree with you that, thanks to the internet etc, we don't have to lap up the partiality of the mainstream media. The truth is out there!! 

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35 minutes ago, The Masked Tulip said:

I am reporting you all.

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I rang 101 the other day to report a pack of loose horses about to stray across a main road. Got an answering machine.

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1 hour ago, 201p said:

Another day another attack.

The thing is, on a long enough time line, if nothing is done, then the populace will naturally vote in more right wing politicians, which seem to terrify the powers that be. It starts with the victims, and the family and friends of victims which are affected. Then the businesses on the ground which have their staff and business affected, and so on. More and more people become disillusioned with those that should be looking after them. At some point they won't be able to control it, because people have the internet, and social media. Then the media giants won't be able to control their own journalists as momentum gathers. And so on.

It is only a matter of time but they seem not to be aware of it. Those in power are running out of time and options, and now the balls in their court (pun intended).

After the big attacks in 2015, 2016 etc I thought there might be a really major swing to the right all across Europe, eg, with Le Pen winning in France, but as we know that didn't happen. I couldn't understand it at the time, but I think your interpretation may be right - it is happening gradually because while the powers that be can hold back major change, they can't hold back small, incremental changes.

Sweden is an example of this - despite all the sh*t that has been thrown at anyone who dares question multi-culti in Sweden, they still managed a big increase in votes. It will keep on growing - the problem now is whether the authorities can gerrymander/ import sufficient people from outside Europe to make it impossible for non-globalist parties to be elected?

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23 minutes ago, Austin Allegro said:

After the big attacks in 2015, 2016 etc I thought there might be a really major swing to the right all across Europe, eg, with Le Pen winning in France, but as we know that didn't happen. I couldn't understand it at the time, but I think your interpretation may be right - it is happening gradually because while the powers that be can hold back major change, they can't hold back small, incremental changes.

Sweden is an example of this - despite all the sh*t that has been thrown at anyone who dares question multi-culti in Sweden, they still managed a big increase in votes. It will keep on growing - the problem now is whether the authorities can gerrymander/ import sufficient people from outside Europe to make it impossible for non-globalist parties to be elected?

Also, even in the apparent privacy of the polling booth many will be fearful of venturing outside the mainstream - until they are emboldened by seeing ever increasing amounts of their countrymen doing the same.

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39 minutes ago, WorkingPoor said:

Attack was not terrorism but was the work of a mentally unblanced asylum seeker say authorities:

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/paris-stabbings-english-tourist-stabbed-13219208

There is a pattern here isn't there.  Surely they should now screen all asylum seekers for mental health problems (and other health problems that will put a burden on the system) and refuse entry in these people are not fit.  The argument after all is that they are a net benefit. Not if they are ill they are not....

Play 'em at their own game and counter argument with argument.  Bastards  

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