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originally posted by: SR1TX
originally posted by: TinySickTears
originally posted by: DigginFoTroof
That Vice episode is very unsettling in many ways. The air strike happened in early August and they recently went back to the scene with the boy who was in the bus, who survived. I think his dad was with him when they went back. If you look at the video, the dad picks up two body parts (3+ months after the bombing), a foot and possibly another foot or hand. Holds them with his bare hands like there is nothing wrong with this and then throws them back on the ground - all while flies land on their faces (father & son) - it seems extremely gross to have body parts rotting in an accessible street. I would think people would use something to touch the part, not bare hands and then continue on like there is no worry of disease. If that is how they treat hygiene, THAT is why we need to screen immigrants and choose the types of people who come in. Bringing that type of mentality to a civilized nation is a sure recipe for spreading horrific diseases simply b/c the immigrants lack the knowledge of what is "clean".
I'm sure there will be snowflakes yelling "not all are like that". Your right, but we dont' want the ones who are.
no idea what youre talking about
was the dad in your story bruce willis?
was bruce willis on vice?
Vice News is the website and thus the content is a Vice episode. The rest of his paragraph is..dunno.
originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: blueman12
Everyone who thinks they have it rough here in the U.S. should go straight to the 2min24sec mark of the video you linked to, and watch just the next 60 seconds of it.
I wish our mainstream media would report news realistically like that.
originally posted by: blueman12
a reply to: Violater1
So bomb the caravan too? You didn't explain anything..