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Re: Truck Attack in NICE (France) on Bastille Day

Anyone have close up picture of the bodies? Or any leaked, other than the videos?

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Re: Truck Attack in NICE (France) on Bastille Day

This list is shocking

Islamic attacks just this year - 6.5 months into 2016.

https://www.thereligionofpeace.com/terror-2016.htm

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the french licks everybodys ass, that is one of the main problem in the EU
They not represent European Union interest only care about usually another countrys wishes
The EU hands out awards to those that support flooding the countries. For someone that claims to be a Nationalist, you sure like sucking EU's balls.

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My point was that not being part of the EU does not make us safer from terrorists. If you think it does, then you've allowed yourself to be fed a load of bollocks.
Yes, yes it does. When EU member nations either can't or are not allowed to do proper screening, and EU travel requirements allow free movement seriously, then there's a lapse in security. The EU has refused to take migrant/refugee history into consideration as well as being so slow on the damn uptake on terrorist threats or terrorist activities of citizens, that several of the biggest attacks in EU countries we find, were on watch lists, information that the EU held onto or was too damn slow to look in to.

If I can get into an EU member country, I can freely move to other "more civilized" countries to commit terrorist acts. Sounds like you don't know a whole helluva lot about this. You should, since you were a voting country member. A country had no ability to freely block people from traveling across member nations. This is especially concerning giving Turkey's bid to become a member nation and their issues on stability.

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And no, actually, I voted to remain to keep our economy stable. And in hindsight, because we have a bunch of retards running the country that will give us the worst exit deal we ever could have got based on their total fucking self serving and bumbling idiocy.

Add post: Mmmmm.... you've forgotten the fact that Brexit has cost the country in the trillions already. We ain't getting that back!
How long before our "EU saving" (the majority of which we borrowed and now no longer will because we don't need to pay it) makes up for that loss?
Yeah, I'm pretty sure you have no idea what the heck you are talking about now. They didn't "lose" trillions. Someone didn't come in and rob a bank. I feel like quoting Kevin Spacey "I didn't LOSE my job, it's not like oops, where'd it go? I quit!"

Investments/stocks temporarily tanked, as they typically do in big announcements (hence a PAPER loss, not a realized loss). The value is already being added right back. I watched one of my stocks who'd hit all-time highs from an announcement of expanding into Britain take a 24% hit in the immediate announcement. It's recovered 22% of that already. If the market opens in the morning and sell orders make my stocks drop 10%, but later in the day they not only recover that value, but add an additional 2%, have I lost 10% of the value, 8% of the value or have I added 2%? Math must be hard for you, so I'll answer - I've gained 2% after the end of day close.

What's more, what's the value of lives? Is it worth a hit of say $200m a year for 5 years before recovery to save a few hundred lives at risk from terrorism? (And after that 5 years, you gain back more than ever?) And what about the ability to manage NHS better? Put more money into it and save lives? Britain pays $20b a year, to get back less than 5 and that's before accounting for migrant drains. Are you short sighted enough to say "I want to recoup in 2 months, it's not fast enough so I say remain!"? Or do you think about things in 10/20/50 years? The remain voters remained remarkably short sighted, and that's ironic enough considering it was heavily skewed to the younger demographic. If Turkey were to join in - as expected in the next 10 years - and it's a net drain on the EU, with no actual monetary benefits, who do you think pays for that? You would.

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But according to the Brexit barometer — a Financial Times analysis of alternative economic indicators — day-to-day spending in the economy may have bounced back to just slightly below what it was immediately before the June 23 referendum.
Furthermore, this isn't even the first time Britain had lost that much in value in a short span and it recovered just fine. Losses aren't losses forever, in this situation.

Britain will soon have control over their own borders (and economy, and exports, and imports, and health, and employment and and and) and that's not a bad thing.

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Yes, yes it does. When EU member nations either can't or are not allowed to do proper screening, and EU travel requirements allow free movement seriously, then there's a lapse in security. The EU has refused to take migrant/refugee history into consideration as well as being so slow on the damn uptake on terrorist threats or terrorist activities of citizens, that several of the biggest attacks in EU countries we find, were on watch lists, information that the EU held onto or was too damn slow to look in to.

If I can get into an EU member country, I can freely move to other "more civilized" countries to commit terrorist acts. Sounds like you don't know a whole helluva lot about this. You should, since you were a voting country member. A country had no ability to freely block people from traveling across member nations. This is especially concerning giving Turkey's bid to become a member nation and their issues on stability.



Yeah, I'm pretty sure you have no idea what the heck you are talking about now. They didn't "lose" trillions. Someone didn't come in and rob a bank. I feel like quoting Kevin Spacey "I didn't LOSE my job, it's not like oops, where'd it go? I quit!"

Investments/stocks temporarily tanked, as they typically do in big announcements (hence a PAPER loss, not a realized loss). The value is already being added right back. I watched one of my stocks who'd hit all-time highs from an announcement of expanding into Britain take a 24% hit in the immediate announcement. It's recovered 22% of that already. If the market opens in the morning and sell orders make my stocks drop 10%, but later in the day they not only recover that value, but add an additional 2%, have I lost 10% of the value, 8% of the value or have I added 2%? Math must be hard for you, so I'll answer - I've gained 2% after the end of day close.

What's more, what's the value of lives? Is it worth a hit of say $200m a year for 5 years before recovery to save a few hundred lives at risk from terrorism? (And after that 5 years, you gain back more than ever?) And what about the ability to manage NHS better? Put more money into it and save lives? Britain pays $20b a year, to get back less than 5 and that's before accounting for migrant drains. Are you short sighted enough to say "I want to recoup in 2 months, it's not fast enough so I say remain!"? Or do you think about things in 10/20/50 years? The remain voters remained remarkably short sighted, and that's ironic enough considering it was heavily skewed to the younger demographic. If Turkey were to join in - as expected in the next 10 years - and it's a net drain on the EU, with no actual monetary benefits, who do you think pays for that? You would.



Furthermore, this isn't even the first time Britain had lost that much in value in a short span and it recovered just fine. Losses aren't losses forever, in this situation.

Britain will soon have control over their own borders (and economy, and exports, and imports, and health, and employment and and and) and that's not a bad thing.
yeah but....but..

RACIST! BIGOT! old white people must DIE!

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Dunno what's worse. Terrorism or people here agreeing with trump.

I 100% agree in more control over immigration and if i was ruling a country id do it too but don't be idiots if you think you don't need immigrants especially in "1st world" countries and countries as large as the US

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Dunno what's worse. Terrorism or people here agreeing with trump.

I 100% agree in more control over immigration and if i was ruling a country id do it too but don't be idiots if you think you don't need immigrants especially in "1st world" countries and countries as large as the US
Don't believe that talking points. Trump said build a wall, deport illegals and have them come in legally, restrict Muslims until we get a handle on the situation. Dems restricted Iranians during the Carter admin.

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Dunno what's worse. Terrorism or people here agreeing with trump.

I 100% agree in more control over immigration and if i was ruling a country id do it too but don't be idiots if you think you don't need immigrants especially in "1st world" countries and countries as large as the US
Why exactly does the 1st world U.S need unlimited supply of illegal immigrants, again?

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Yes yes, he is insane.
I'm sure your vote will then be going to the wrinkled cunt and Billy who are above the law/FBI and pocket millions in "donations" from Saudis and are responsible for dozens of American lives?
Seems like a sound decision.

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Why exactly does the 1st world U.S need unlimited supply of illegal immigrants, again?
ORGANIC FERTILIZER?

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