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Deadly Attacks on Brussels airport, metro station kill around 20: Belgian media

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posted on Mar, 22 2016 @ 01:56 PM
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The Paris terrorists boasted that they smuggled themselves back into Europe with 90 jihadists sent by ISIS. They hid themselves amingst refugees and came in through Greece. They were to lead that terror cell of 90. How many more terror cells from organisations affiliated with ISIS from countries like Afghanistan, Somalia etc have also managed to come in with refugees. I think illegal immigrants are very relevant!

My friend lives in Scotland and saw numerous men break out of the back of a lorry last week of African origin, She couldnt believe it in broad day light. She rang Police and they said not much they ciuld do as they would be long gone. So much for UK border controls! How many r coming in like this each and every day? And you dint think some could have bad intentions!
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posted on Mar, 22 2016 @ 02:12 PM
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originally posted by: anxiouswens
The Paris terrorists boasted that they smuggled themselves back into Europe with 90 jihadists sent by ISIS. They hid themselves amingst refugees and came in through Greece. They were to lead that terror cell of 90. How many more terror cells from organisations affiliated with ISIS from countries like Afghanistan, Somalia etc have also managed to come in with refugees. I think illegal immigrants are very relevant!

My friend lives in Scotland and saw numerous men break out of the back of a lorry last week of African origin, She couldnt believe it in broad day light. She rang Police and they said not much they ciuld do as they would be long gone. So much for UK border controls! How many r coming in like this each and every day? And you dint think some could have bad intentions!
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And who do you think is getting paid to allow your borders to remain wide open to these kinds of incoming?
What is the agenda behind all this?
Who is it that is advocating for wide open borders?
Who is it that turns a blind eye to what is developing on YOUR soil? (Assuming the country still belongs to The People.)

The same thing is going on in America. Obama has opened the doors wide and made the citizens SO AFRAID OF A WORD (Islamaphobia or xenophobia) that some just sit there aghast as literally hundreds of thousands of refugees and immigrants pour over our open borders.

If We The People even suggest that "hey...maybe we ought to control the influx like we did during the middle of the last century...allow immigration in a common sense reasonable controlled manner....update our vetting protocols"......Oh My God!! You're an Islamaphobe, a xenophobe...or some other "phobe".

They have made that label seem like some highly contagious deadly disease to be avoided at any cost.

PC has become a chronic psychosis and it is eating the brain of reason and common sense.

We have an international cabal of political criminals that couldn't give two squats about the citizens of any country, and they are manipulating populations to keep quiet and just take it...they are in control, not you.


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posted on Mar, 22 2016 @ 02:21 PM
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a reply to: queenofswords

That's true, and said with common sense!

I worry for the Future at times, and who is allowing this to carry on. What we need is someone who actually cares about Human Beings and has the power to stop this nonsense before it implodes and more incidences like the one in Brussels becomes an every week occurrence in Western Nations.



posted on Mar, 22 2016 @ 02:30 PM
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originally posted by: xuenchen
Wonder why these terrorists always attack civilians?

If it's all "governments" fault, why not attack government targets?



And Obama is ready to "talk" from Cuba.

News showing the American Flag next to the Cuban flag.





Governments are made up of the people. You attack a government by attacking it's people. One an only act different if they have the military might to put a stop to a nations continuance of government plans.



posted on Mar, 22 2016 @ 02:39 PM
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originally posted by: Metallicus
Especially in Europe where the citizens are disarmed. Not that it could have stopped this particular attack, but it is good to know we still have the ability to defend ourselves here.

I seriously don't understand the mentality necessary to just kill random people. These terrorists aren't really even human beings anymore.


The 2nd will never protect you from a terrorist attack, they always get the first shot, and it's usually a bomb not a gun that goes off first.

The scary thing though is that I understand the mentality perfectly.

ISIS wants to provoke a massive war in their territory. Defensive guerrilla wars are very cheap to conduct but very expensive for an attacker to maintain. Furthermore, if ISIS doesn't constrain themselves to a single battlefield we have to defend everywhere, there is no front line behind which everything is protected. For the couple million this attack cost to conduct every rail station in Europe is now going to beef up security. Over say 10 years they'll have cost Europe $1 trillion+ for their couple million investment, just as what happened to us with the TSA and 9/11.

They're fighting an economic war, planned over multiple decades. The idea is to make us have to spend 10,000x what they do, and slowly break us by running us out of money. The occasional attack that kills a handful of people is all it takes. It's a very good tactic to fight against an opponent far stronger than you are.



posted on Mar, 22 2016 @ 02:47 PM
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originally posted by: OtherSideOfTheCoin
a reply to: Sparkymedic

I am surprised actually given how close the metro attack was to the EU commission building why they did not attack it there are lots of very high profile buildings that would have had a even bigger impact. Then again I would assume they are much more secure.


Secure government buildings only have a handful of people to protect. They're relatively cheap and easy to boost the defenses of. They're fighting economically, that means hitting targets that are wide open and very costly to secure which means sticking to areas of use by the general public.



posted on Mar, 22 2016 @ 03:12 PM
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Have the kneejerk reactions started yet?



posted on Mar, 22 2016 @ 03:13 PM
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originally posted by: Aazadan

originally posted by: OtherSideOfTheCoin
a reply to: Sparkymedic

I am surprised actually given how close the metro attack was to the EU commission building why they did not attack it there are lots of very high profile buildings that would have had a even bigger impact. Then again I would assume they are much more secure.


Secure government buildings only have a handful of people to protect. They're relatively cheap and easy to boost the defenses of. They're fighting economically, that means hitting targets that are wide open and very costly to secure which means sticking to areas of use by the general public.


Well there si one way to end ISIS,but it involves killing alot of people who ar ejust in their controlled zones too. Targeted genetic bioweapon attack specifically for people in that part of the world. they target specific ethnicities using nanomachines.



posted on Mar, 22 2016 @ 03:37 PM
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a reply to: yuppa

Even if such a thing were possible, it wouldn't work. Radical Islam doesn't belong to any specific ethnicity, it's quite diverse. You're talking about targeting a group for where they were born, but ISIS is made up of people from all over the world who have gone to join them. Such a bioweapon would only wipe out a portion of their forces, and likely inspire just as many replacements to join.



posted on Mar, 22 2016 @ 03:40 PM
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originally posted by: seagull
a reply to: FamCore

Isn't that interesting?


Also! A little over a year ago, France said it would vote to recognize Palestine as an independent state. Netanyahu warned France not to do so. Then the Charlie Hebdo attacks occurred, soon to be followed by the Paris attacks in November.

Now, Belgium has called on its government to recognize Palestine as an independent state. Other countries that have done so are listed in this article and should be aware that they are next in line for a false flag. Let's not kid ourselves as to who is behind the latest false flag event in Belgium.

"France would not even be the first Western European state to recognize Palestine. Parliaments in Britain, Spain, Belgium, Greece and elsewhere have already called on their respective governments to recognize Palestine. Sweden did just that in 2014, and the world did not tilt off its axis."

hmmm



posted on Mar, 22 2016 @ 03:41 PM
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Here's an idea. How about we research the reason that ISIS exists and how it recruits and the profiling of it's recruits. If someone fits the profile of an ISIS recruit we should study that and find out why. Why would anyone join ISIS? What is the profile of a suicide bomber? Then you can really target and attack the root cause.

When you have a virus either on your computer, you don't "carpet bomb" or "put boots on the ground" to attack the symptoms, you go after the "root" cause.



posted on Mar, 22 2016 @ 03:43 PM
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originally posted by: Aazadan
a reply to: yuppa

Even if such a thing were possible, it wouldn't work. Radical Islam doesn't belong to any specific ethnicity, it's quite diverse. You're talking about targeting a group for where they were born, but ISIS is made up of people from all over the world who have gone to join them. Such a bioweapon would only wipe out a portion of their forces, and likely inspire just as many replacements to join.


Ahh yes. thats true. well we can always go back to firebombing and fuel air bombs for a quick killing of the entire region.

And im not talking all islam. im talking this specific area. OR we can go all spanish inquisition on them.



posted on Mar, 22 2016 @ 03:49 PM
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originally posted by: FamCore

originally posted by: seagull
a reply to: FamCore

Isn't that interesting?


Also! A little over a year ago, France said it would vote to recognize Palestine as an independent state. Netanyahu warned France not to do so. Then the Charlie Hebdo attacks occurred, soon to be followed by the Paris attacks in November.

Now, Belgium has called on its government to recognize Palestine as an independent state. Other countries that have done so are listed in this article and should be aware that they are next in line for a false flag. Let's not kid ourselves as to who is behind the latest false flag event in Belgium.

"France would not even be the first Western European state to recognize Palestine. Parliaments in Britain, Spain, Belgium, Greece and elsewhere have already called on their respective governments to recognize Palestine. Sweden did just that in 2014, and the world did not tilt off its axis."

hmmm


Whats funny is that ISraelis ARE the true palestinians but before it was palestine it was originally JUDEA. they just changed their names for national pride when Israel was formed. Yasser arafatt th egreatest Palestinian was on record as saying this was just a way to grab land back from israel who beat them in the wars there. HE refrenced the UN would go along with this eventually and lo and behold whats going on?



posted on Mar, 22 2016 @ 05:22 PM
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a reply to: FamCore

That's something that should be looked at, but won't be, for whatever reasons.

That's a rabbit hole no one is going to be wanting to go down...



posted on Mar, 22 2016 @ 06:34 PM
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So after months of Russia bombing the hell out of ISIS.

ISIS decides to go attack Brussels!

That's thinking with their noggins.



posted on Mar, 22 2016 @ 07:05 PM
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Much easier to go for a soft target like Belgium - I do appreciate the sarcasm used though, spot on.

All of Europe will now be on high alert, as it seems to be carte blanche for the terrorists' next choice.

Terrorists want people to be afraid, hence the name. People just need to get on with their daily business, imo, otherwise the terrorists have won. Taking care yes, but not hiding at home, life must go on.


originally posted by: neo96
So after months of Russia bombing the hell out of ISIS.

ISIS decides to go attack Brussels!

That's thinking with their noggins.




posted on Mar, 22 2016 @ 07:19 PM
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No, in Russia this will not be easy to do, in Europe, even with the elevated threat level, authorities tend to look away hoping the problem will vanish in thin air.
Hence, that is why these islamic extremists have no problem with such obvious targets like an airport or subway.
Above all, although authorities know very well who these islamic extremists are, they let them be, there is no preventive action undertaken to prevent attacks like in Brussel today.

Now we wait to see where the next attack will occur, two suspects still 'on the run'.
Likely at home in Molenbeek



posted on Mar, 22 2016 @ 07:27 PM
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a reply to: 1984hasarrived

What i see and hear is not fear but growing anger against islam.



posted on Mar, 22 2016 @ 07:29 PM
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a reply to: earthling42

Anger?

Against the asswipes who did these things, completely understandable.

Against innocents whose only connection is religion? Not so understandable...that's not anger, that's fear.



posted on Mar, 22 2016 @ 07:48 PM
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Anger against an ideology that brings forth these extremists.
Anger towards governments / EU who have stopped representing the people years ago and follow their own course.
Anger at growing anti fascism that seeks to silence every criticism through political correctness and even violence.




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