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Originally posted by union_jack
Our prayers and our hearts are with you all...this is a pure evil attack on a civillian event. (UK).
I am sorry for stating my opinion.
I will ask permission next time.
This looks like a false flag.
Originally posted by blackcat999
When the IRA were 'live' in the UK, we didn't bomb Ireland - and why should we - there seems to be some very odd logic, just because a foreign person committed the deed, doesn't mean you should go and bomb that country - that is really crazy and outrageous - this is how America starts wars
Originally posted by bill3969
reply to post by hoochymama
Add some pepper and see how well he can smell while sneezing.
Originally posted by Skinon
Originally posted by mikelkhall
reply to post by Bob Sholtz
Naw. The spin they are putting on it is the spin that Alex Jones and all of his following always puts on everything. No matter what the tragedy is its a "false flag attack" perpetrated by the government in order to take away our rights and put us in concentration camps.
What happened today was not a false flag attack. This was a terrorist attack pure and simple, whether solo, domestic or foreign.
And you know this because...?
Originally posted by hoochymama
The dog must learn to recognize thousands of active ingredients that might be used in an explosive. Trainers expose the canine to signature compounds that are found in many different types of explosives. In this way, a dog can be trained to detect all manner of bombs by memorizing a dozen or so smells. Some bomb components are more odoriferous than others. C-4 has an incredibly strong scent; it's followed in decreasing order of smelliness by dynamite, TOVEX, detonating cord, and TNT."
I emphasize "THOUSANDS OF ACTIVE INGREDIENTS". How could this be a Black Powdered bomb?? Or whatever is being speculated without the dogs finding it.