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Maybe the WEST will stop coddling these people.

What will they infest next?

what have they already infested and nested in, inside of the West....waiting to strike...???

What is it going to take?
Dead politicians and rich people. All religions are to be tolerated until they kill someone important.

It's a shame that there were heroic types on Flight 98. They should have just stayed put and let the plane hit Washington.

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Maybe something significant will take place in RUSSIA. Although theyre our "enemy" the West would lead by following. even Polands Muslim database is a start.

Russia wouldm in my opinion handle things....putting it simply.

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Old 06-28-2015, 05:38 PM
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The USA government made the Russian federation an enemy for us...

Everything was going pretty good in trades etc Between Russia and the EU.
But than the USA came and demanded a trade embargo...
Dammaging both European & Russian economy! And who's laughing third?

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Maybe something significant will take place in RUSSIA. Although theyre our "enemy" the West would lead by following. even Polands Muslim database is a start.

Russia wouldm in my opinion handle things....putting it simply.
I honestly don't see Russia having the same vulnerabilities or inexperience for something like that to happen. If liberty and security are mutually exclusive, then Russia probably doesn't have much of a security problem.

The Russian government keeps too close of an eye on its people and its borders, and they've been dealing with the Chechens long enough to not be blindsided. They'll get hit from time to time, but it won't be anything spectacular on the level of September Eleventh.

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I’m so sorry for my son’s killing spree' says father of Tunisian gunman.







Hakim Rezgui said when he had heard the news he could not “comprehend” it and that he was “really sorry” for the lives lost.

Seifeddine Rezgui, who used the jihadist pseudonym Abu Yahya Al Qayrawani, grinned as he picked off innocent tourists with a Kalashnikov rifle at the resort of Sousse.

The 23-year-old aviation student, who was not known to the authorities, came from the quiet town of Gaafour and studied at the University of Kairouan.

He had never been abroad and was known by friends and neighbours as a “good” boy who was “never in trouble” with anyone.

The gunman’s aunt Zara Rezgui described him as a kind, calm, “normal boy” who spent most of the time alone.

His uncle, Ali Al Rezgui, said his nephew was “just like the other young men” who liked to play football or go to local cafes.

He used hair gel and wore the “nicest of clothes”, enjoyed breakdancing and was well known for entering competitions in the capital Tunis.

A video on what appears to be his Facebook account shows Rezgui in a hooded top, baseball cap and jeans performing handstands and backflips to a techno soundtrack.

Rezgui was an avid user of social media, sharing jokes, posts about music, football and – more recently – IS propaganda videos.

His last Facebook post, dated New Year, is reported to say: “May God take me out of this unjust world and perish its people and make them suffer.

“They just remember you when you die.”

Released by police today, Mr Rezgui, a labourer who earns less than £10 a day, said: “My God, I am so shocked.

I don’t know who has contacted him, influenced him or who has put these ideas in his head.”

He told ITV News: “When I see the victims I think it could have been my own family.

“I had no idea and I am really sorry... I am so ashamed for me, for his mother, for all our family.”

Mr Rezgui said he rarely saw his son who lived with four other students in the town of Kairouan around 36 miles from Sousse.

Neighbours were said to be alarmed by their extremist ideology and said the students had recently stopped leaving the house during the day.

A local student said Rezgui’s behaviour had changed over the past two years, and he began to frequent mosques outside government control.

The student claimed Rezgui would often travel to the capital Tunis to meet radical Islamists.

Monia Riahi, 50, a neighbour and family friend, said: “I’ve known him since he was small.

“He was never in trouble with anyone ever. Maybe he was brainwashed or something.”

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Way to show how strong you guys are. Killing unarmed people on vacation.

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Maybe something significant will take place in RUSSIA. Although theyre our "enemy" the West would lead by following. even Polands Muslim database is a start.

Russia wouldm in my opinion handle things....putting it simply.
Russia doesn't play by the same rules that we do.


Putin has been very outspoken about his views on immigrants and Muslims in Russia. I can't say that I disagree with him at all.

I've got to say I really like & respect the Russian people. They're proud, for the most part humble, and hard working. And they are tough as hell.
They are great friends and terrible enemies.

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Russia doesn't play by the same rules that we do.


Putin has been very outspoken about his views on immigrants and Muslims in Russia. I can't say that I disagree with him at all.

I've got to say I really like & respect the Russian people. They're proud, for the most part humble, and hard working. And they are tough as hell.
They are great friends and terrible enemies.
Russia refuses immigration idealism because they do NOT trust diversity can co-exist. With history in mind, even most recent events, I can't say i disagree with them.

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It was the USA who destabilised this whole region by starting this moronic democracy movement. Those people aren't made for democracy. They are fucking stupid down there and they need dictators who rule them.

It's hard to wipe out terrorism when America keeps being friends with Saudi Arabia and Qatar. Two of the most fundamentalist piece of shit countries in the world. The only thing the United States care about is money. The people who sell their oil in American currency are also the people who fund terrorism.

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It was the USA who destabilised this whole region by starting this moronic democracy movement. Those people aren't made for democracy. They are fucking stupid down there and they need dictators who rule them.

It's hard to wipe out terrorism when America keeps being friends with Saudi Arabia and Qatar. Two of the most fundamentalist piece of shit countries in the world. The only thing the United States care about is money. The people who sell their oil in American currency are also the people who fund terrorism.
I agree with most of this.

The Saudis always seem to get a free pass, but they are as bad as ISIS in how they run that country.

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