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No Borders... Here's One Of The Reasons.
#21
Remember, 'Not All' are the MSM watchwords and to be fair, he didn't hit all the shoppers.

Quote:Sweden lorry attacker who killed shoppers wanted to build caliphate.

'Rakhmat Akilov says he wanted to hit as many people as possible when he stole a beer lorry
and drove it into a crowd in Stockholm.

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An asylum seeker who drove a lorry through crowds of shoppers in Stockholm, killing five people,
has said he wanted to build a caliphate.

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Rakhmat Akilov.

Rakhmat Akilov stole the beer lorry and swerved wildly through the Swedish capital's city centre,
aiming at pedestrians and mowing them down in April last year. The 40-year-old Uzbek national has
told a court that he wanted Sweden to "end its participation in the fight against the caliphate, to stop
sending its soldiers to war zones".

He said he wanted to "build a caliphate according to Prophet Muhammad's prophecies".
"I did this because my heart and my soul aches for those who have suffered from the bombings of
the NATO coalition," he said.

Akilov is accused of spending three months preparing the assault on "infidels" and then swearing
allegiance to Islamic State the night before his rampage. After smashing the lorry into a shop front,
he detonated an improvised bomb made up of gas canisters and nails -but it failed to go off as
planned.

He escaped by running to a metro station and was picked up several hours later.
Akilov has since insisted he had wanted to die as a martyr in an explosion.

The father-of-four, whose family still lives in Uzbekistan, is accused of terrorism and attempted terrorism.
On the first day of his trial last week, he pleaded guilty to stealing the truck and driving into people,
trying to hit as many as possible.

Three Swedes died in the attack, along with a British man and a Belgian woman. Ten others were injured.
Akilov, who arrived in Sweden in 2014 and had his request for asylum denied in 2016, has not apologised
or expressed any remorse.

Prosecutors want him to serve a life sentence, the length of which can vary in Sweden but is an average
of 16 years...'
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(02-20-2018, 06:42 PM)BIAD Wrote:
Quote:Prosecutors want him to serve a life sentence, the length of which can vary in Sweden but is an average
of 16 years...'
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"Life" in Sweden amounts to just 16 years?

Dayum!

I knew Socialism was unhealthy, but I think I failed to grasp just HOW unhealthy!

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" I don't mind killin' a man in a fair fight... or if I think he's gonna start a fair fight... or if there's money involved... or a woman... "

 - Jayne Cobb, Hero of Canton
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(02-21-2018, 07:38 AM)Ninurta Wrote: "Life" in Sweden amounts to just 16 years?

Dayum!

I knew Socialism was unhealthy, but I think I failed to grasp just HOW unhealthy!

If one takes into consideration the no-go areas, the 'No-To-Rape' wristbands, the closure to public
swimming pools, the violence towards Police and the burning of vehicles, sixteen years in a Sweden
prison added to it, seems like a life sentence!
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16 years in a Swedish Prison cell,,,,,,,,
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This picture shows a kitchen part of a working area inside the high-security prison. (Sweden)

I could do 16 years there Easy!
Once A Rogue, Always A Rogue!
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#25
I spotted this one on Thursday and thought to myself, is this the 'new-normal' now for Europe?
Is it that the European Union took into consideration that Armed forces would be scouring the
streets of France, Belgium and other countries, for terrorists?

They must be so proud of their acumen.

Quote:Brussels police 'seal off neighbourhood after reports of murder'.

'Part of Brussels were put into a police lockdown following reports of a murder.
Police closed down a street in the Forest neighbourhood of the Belgian capital as part of a major security operation.

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Officers armed with handguns and rifles could be seen hiding behind buildings and staking out a building rooftop in live
footage from the scene. A police spokeswoman said that the special units of the federal police had been deployed after
a Polish man reported that someone had been murdered in the morning.

"They are searching the buildings but we can say there has not been any terrorist attack," she said.
Local broadcaster RTL quoted Forest mayor Marc-Jean Ghyssels as saying that police "suspect the presence of an
armed man."

A security perimeter was established by police and a police helicopter has flown over the area.
Shortly after 2pm local media said the perimeter had been lifted.

The neighbourhood is where Salah Abdeslam, a suspect in the Paris attacks, hid from authorities.
Brussels is still on alert after suicide bombers killed 32 people at the airport and on the metro in March 2016.

A witness at the scene told RTBF: "I was behind a bus when all of a sudden, the police came armed, they told us
to leave the street. "So I went around and there I saw people start running in all directions."...'
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(Notice the scooter in the image...? It's relevant when looking at robberies and hold-ups in London)


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(02-22-2018, 05:28 PM)BIAD Wrote: I spotted this one on Thursday and thought to myself, is this the 'new-normal' now for Europe?
Is it that the European Union took into consideration that Armed forces would be scouring the
streets of France, Belgium and other countries, for terrorists?

They must be so proud of their acumen.

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(Notice the scooter in the image...? It's relevant when looking at robberies and hold-ups in London)

Scooters are fantastic things for no-gooders. I remember in Nicaragua and El Salvador back in the 80's that they were made use of by assassin teams. Bastards would weave in and out of the crazy traffic between cars going every-whicha-way, pull up alongside their target in the traffic, pop him, and weave on out of the morass and be gone before anyone could follow them. They'd wear helmets to avoid identification - and for the safety guidelines, I'm sure. You'd have to watch in every direction, especially behind you, for approaching scooters and be ready to deal with them in an instant if they went suddenly south. That's why shoulder holsters are great things - they come in handy for quickly drawing a pistol while seated (which is your usual mode in a car) with a minimum of fumbling and a maximum of fire return. My old shoulder holster still hangs on a hook above my throne here in my Man Cave, along with my duty gun belt and a shamshir sword, right above a trash can full of other swords I've collected along the way. The Iron Throne ain't got nothin' on my man cave, except maybe in aesthetics!

As for the rest (I got that line out of terrorist magazines - I knew I'd find somewhere to use it, eventually! - it's SOP here in the States, Even the dinky little underpopulated counties around here boast a SWAT team each - it was in the next county over where Grace and I had to face one down one dark and stormy night. Never thought I'd live to see militarized cops here way back when I left this area, but here they are. This dinky little town I live nearest to even has a blasted armored car! I see it parked across from the police station every time we head out into the world to visit Walmart. If it came up through this valley on a serious mission, I doubt it would last as long as lightning on a limb, because there are too many bridges and choke points between here and where it sits parked... but still, it's there, as a reminder.

Welcome to our world!
" I don't mind killin' a man in a fair fight... or if I think he's gonna start a fair fight... or if there's money involved... or a woman... "

 - Jayne Cobb, Hero of Canton
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(02-23-2018, 06:35 AM)Ninurta Wrote: ...That's why shoulder holsters are great things - they come in handy for quickly drawing a pistol while seated
(which is your usual mode in a car) with a minimum of fumbling and a maximum of fire return.

My old shoulder holster still hangs on a hook above my throne here in my Man Cave, along with my duty gun belt
and a shamshir sword, right above a trash can full of other swords I've collected along the way...

What about stamp-collecting or fishing-fly creating...? These are great hobbies one could attempt in a man-cave and
during one's twilight years, and of course, I say that with all respect. There are other pursuits that don't involve blowing
a fellow road-user's face away, maybe gardening or crossword puzzles?
tinywondering
Weapon collection is a traditional pastime where the firearms or long-bladed weapons are oiled, cleaned and mounted
in glass cases for visitors' perusals. A trash can is hardly a boasting container for your present hobby.
Unless you need them at-hand, ready for... Anyway, let's not tarry on why.
tinyhuh 
I hear something called 'Furries-Cosplay' is fashionable, but I haven't researched it yet.
Apparently, it's like amateur stage-acting with limited dialogue and eye-catching apparel.
tinysurprised
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#28
Poor @BIAD - Dont let Nin fool you he's not planning any damage to any road-users face any time soon.. he's an old man and this collection hobby is less labor intensive than, say, fishing or gardening. .. lol.. 

As to your thread, I do agree it has much to do with cheap labor. The left wingers here are quick to tell us how desperately we need the illegals for fruit picking and other jobs "Americans don't want to do" ... but the problem isn't the fact that you cant find Americans willing to work a day in the field, I've done it myself, it's that you cant find Americans willing to do so at slave wages.. 

But if you try and point that out, they are quick to tell you your racist self is beaming brightly. .. lol.. 

I always wonder about that, since I think the desire to have illegals for slave labor seems fairly racist to me..
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(02-23-2018, 06:41 PM)Grace Wrote: ...As to your thread, I do agree it has much to do with cheap labor.
The left wingers here are quick to tell us how desperately we need the illegals for fruit picking and other jobs "Americans don't want to do" ...
but the problem isn't the fact that you cant find Americans willing to work a day in the field, I've done it myself, it's that you cant find
Americans willing to do so at slave wages.. 

But if you try and point that out, they are quick to tell you your racist self is beaming brightly. .. lol.. 

I always wonder about that, since I think the desire to have illegals for slave labor seems fairly racist to me..

I totally agree with you, it is slave-labour, but only through our lens.
For those who perceive life like Pelosi -et al, it's the natural position of those who believe themselves better and
to deprive an inferior of the labour that their superiors have given them is in itself, a racist act that thwarts charity.

Patting the heads of ethnically and racially-different is seen as a noble thing by the upper-class.
It's not a colour-driven belief of prestige, it's not a need for domination, it's the soul-caressing knowing that their
preeminence will better the lives of those who failed from birth.
A long-ago distasteful pity has manifested into a false feeling of virtuous morality and any external doubt, demands
outrage and attack.

They're better than you because they see it as natural selection. There's no need to hate those who don't make
the grade that they created, you just put them to work and congratulate yourself for helping the 'Lesser'

Their social class is created by money and that's where their weakness is. True nobility and royalty resides in the
heart... and that is what they truly hate.
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