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EU Military slaughtering hundreds of unarmed civilians - VIDEO

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posted on Nov, 21 2004 @ 02:24 PM
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Click here for an article on the situation. French troops are currently doing operations on the Ivory Coast. This has been in media quite alot, up until a few weeks ago (at least in Norway). I have not read much about it but the article linked above will give some info on the issue.




posted on Nov, 21 2004 @ 02:35 PM
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I have all the info I want on disk. I can clearly see slaughter and use of EM weapons. How about a torso with a skull and no meat on it and burned arms. You ever seen a skull with blood and no matter, no skin, no meat, no brain. Download the video, it will not be there long



posted on Nov, 21 2004 @ 02:36 PM
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Originally posted by Polar Bear


I think you need to download and watch the video. It clearly shows the use of
EM weapons as well as mass slaughter. It will not be on the NET much longer

wait now they are using rail guns and microwave guns and coil guns on them?
the EU has no military force. period.



posted on Nov, 21 2004 @ 02:38 PM
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Originally posted by Polar Bear
I have all the info I want on disk. I can clearly see slaughter and use of EM weapons. How about a torso with a skull and no meat on it and burned arms. You ever seen a skull with blood and no matter, no skin, no meat, no brain. Download the video, it will not be there long

uhh that can be caused by conventional weapons.
also if they where using microwave weapons then everyone ,including the camera man, would be dead.
not to mention the camera would be fecked!



posted on Nov, 21 2004 @ 02:40 PM
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your a fool, i have no idea what they are using or who the hell they are i saw the dead bodies and the guys pulling the triggers on digital screen . do not put words in my freak'in mouth download the site IDIOT



posted on Nov, 21 2004 @ 02:43 PM
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Polar Bear nice name calling real mature
Did someone wake up on the wrong side of the bed this morning?



posted on Nov, 21 2004 @ 02:44 PM
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Originally posted by Polar Bear
your a fool, i have no idea what they are using or who the hell they are i saw the dead bodies and the guys pulling the triggers on digital screen . do not put words in my freak'in mouth download the site IDIOT

well i am pointing out what is wrong man!
this happens. it is barbaric but just calm down and try to see it from a clynical point of veiw.
i am downloading it.



posted on Nov, 21 2004 @ 02:54 PM
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Originally posted by ArMaP
The countries that make the EU, in this case France, have military forces, but these are under the command of the country and not the EU, so the title of this thread is not correct.




Thank you.

There is no "EU military" force.

The Ivory Coast situation is under control of France and receives wide TV news coverage throughout the world.



posted on Nov, 21 2004 @ 03:43 PM
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Originally posted by Polar Bear
I took the time to download and once I did I copied to disc for this will be eliminated from the net shortly. It was a massacrer of innocent human beings. It appeared to be a Commons as in the center of a town. There were old and young wearing western T-Shirts and baseball caps and Nike shoes. On the edge of the commons were tanks and Stryker like vehicles. The camera operator was filming the peaceful gathering of about 500 humans in summer clothes with no weapons of any sort. After a minute or two the firing began and lasted for 30 or 60 seconds. The film then staggered and finally focused on the dead and dying. Mostly women and children. Most disturbing and violent, not for those of weakness to gore and brutality. Even I was disturbed at the witness of innocents. Then came another burst and more humans fell. Unarmed humans out on what appeared to be a Saturday gathering. The Commons or Plaza was surrounded by tanks and vehicles with Anglo Westernerners in battle fatigues. And heavy amour and weaponry. It was a slaughter of humans. Totally unprovoked. Totally unneccesary use of decimating force. Totally inhumane. What the FCUK? Everyone of those Bsatrads should be hung by the neck till dead. I am not against killing when called for, this was MURDER, pure REDRUM. Madness. Most were women and children.............


Didn't you see the response i did about the "murders" the French are doing in Ivory Coast?.... I even posted an image of a French soldier sneering over the dead body of a child that was shot and was unarmed.... The response from the officials from the ivory coast was shock....they didn't know why the French started shooting since the civilians were not armed....

As I said...this is not going to make it to the news and there are not going to be any protests anywhere in the world...France is already socialist...so groups like ANWSER and other socialist/communist groups will not set up any protests over this.....



posted on Nov, 21 2004 @ 03:54 PM
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umm dude i respect you but really socialist and comunisnt are not evil.
mabye the gov gave those orders or mabye the military did.
mabye the military comander there got a little jumpy?



posted on Nov, 21 2004 @ 08:06 PM
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EU Military at work - not only to secure control of the world's cocoa production but also to destroy christianity and put in power a muslim puppet government.

PARIS - Ivory Coast leader Laurent Gbagbo said Saturday he believed reports were true that French troops had decapitated local demonstrators during anti-French riots in the west African state this month. "I wasn't in the hospitals myself but everyone who went there said so: you may take it that the evidence provided by several people is true," he responded online from Abidjan to a website discussion in Paris.
Asked by AFP, French army information services in Paris would say only: "We have no comment to make on this kind of statement." Cardinal Bernard Agre, Roman Catholic Archbishop of Abidjan, first made the decapitation charge, saying November 11 on Radio Vatican: "I have just come from the hospitals. It's unbearable, these young people decapitated by the French army."

www.ttc.org...



posted on Nov, 22 2004 @ 12:00 AM
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Originally posted by ShadowXIX
Im not about to download a 100mb file to see some civlians get wasted. But can anyone that has seen this video identify what types of troops are mowing down these people?

From such things as uniforms,equipment ect...


I cannot say that I am terribly knowledgeable about foreign military equipment or uniforms but some of the things in the video are fairly easily recognized.

There are quite a number of armored vehicles positioned near the crowd. There are three vehicle types readily seen: the VAB, the AMX 10RC, and some type of military SUV akin to a jeep or a humvee. At least one of the SUVs, shown leaving the area toward the end of the video, is flying the flag of France.

There seem to be primarily two types of rifles carried by the soldiers. One is the FAMAS, the other is of a type I do not recognize. It appears to be a sharpshooters weapon as it appears less frequently.

Most of the gunfire sounds like rifle fire but there is also a sporadic lower pitched explosion that may be something larger or different (perhaps a concussive grenade?).

The wounds showed appear to be consistent with small arms fire. None of them lead me to believe any sort of electro magnetic weaponry was used. Nobody appeared to me to be melted. The wounds that Polar Bear seems to be referring to look respectively like a rifle shot to the elbow and a machine gun round to the lower head. Perhaps someone more familiar with the wounds caused by small arms could elaborate better.

It seems that if one uses a literal definition of the word decapitate, this video seems to provide some evidence that at least one Ivorian was indeed decapitated as the Ivorian government had claimed. The term may be slightly misleading in this instance, however, as it was done by a bullet and not a blade.

The crowd appears largely unarmed and peaceful. I wouldnt necessarily rule out that there were concealed weapons in the crowd but there were none that I saw. The crowd is primarily made up of young people (teens or twenties) both men and women.

I hope that that description helps those of you who do not wish to download or view the video. It appears to me that this is video of the incident at the Hotel Ivoire (as reported, briefly, here). If this is the same incident as the article, then it would indicate the date that it occurred was November 9th.

Overall, I would say that the situation in the Ivory Coast is underreported here in the United States. I keep fairly informed of the news and this is the first I had read/seen about this particular incident.



posted on Nov, 22 2004 @ 03:58 AM
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Originally posted by MattMarriott
EU Military at work - not only to secure control...

Despite correctly being informed of the fact that there is no EU Military, you still haven't corrected the title of this thread and you keep posting as if such a thing was a matter of fact.

You did agree to this when you became a member here:


Originally posted by SimonGray
1.) You will not post any material that is knowingly false, misleading, or inaccurate.

I would say claiming there to be a EU Military is false, misleading and inaccurate. Now in light of you being informed of this - more than once - I would say it's definetly also knowingly.


[edit on 22-11-2004 by Durden]



posted on Nov, 22 2004 @ 03:00 PM
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The EU is an economic body more than anything. They do not operate peace keeping missions or any other military operations.

So no, the French troops cannot be called 'EU Military' in reality.


There is one basic asset that defines an independent nation : the constitution. The EU has one since November 29, 2004.
So loss of sovereignty of each country that was already a fact before ...

- currency being printed by the EU central bank
- EU comission with the power to impose whatever sanctions on whatever of its "countries" (provinces)
- EU comission with the power to veto whatever laws passed by the "parliament" of any of these "countries"
- EU comission with the power to impose whatever laws to the "parliament" of any of these "countries"

... is now CONSTITUTIONALLY sanctioned.



posted on Nov, 22 2004 @ 04:25 PM
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Originally posted by MattMarriott

There is one basic asset that defines an independent nation : the constitution. The EU has one since November 29, 2004.
So loss of sovereignty of each country that was already a fact before ...

- currency being printed by the EU central bank
- EU comission with the power to impose whatever sanctions on whatever of its "countries" (provinces)
- EU comission with the power to veto whatever laws passed by the "parliament" of any of these "countries"
- EU comission with the power to impose whatever laws to the "parliament" of any of these "countries"

... is now CONSTITUTIONALLY sanctioned.


The European constitution is not a constitution in the same way as a country's constitution, and it will not be in effect until approved by all countries.

Not all EU countries use the Euro, and the ones who use it, it is not printed by the EU central bank.

The EU commission does not have the powers with say it has.

If you want to speak about something, try to learn about it, or you may look like someone who only speaks because he wants to show to the others that he exists.



posted on Nov, 22 2004 @ 04:36 PM
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Originally posted by MattMarriott


There is one basic asset that defines an independent nation : the constitution. The EU has one since November 29, 2004.
So loss of sovereignty of each country that was already a fact before ...

- currency being printed by the EU central bank
- EU comission with the power to impose whatever sanctions on whatever of its "countries" (provinces)
- EU comission with the power to veto whatever laws passed by the "parliament" of any of these "countries"
- EU comission with the power to impose whatever laws to the "parliament" of any of these "countries"

... is now CONSTITUTIONALLY sanctioned.

tell me what the point of this thread is because it seems that you are being raceist about europeans.
i mean come on france has the abilitly to do what it wants. as per NATO and EU laws.
i mean they can veto france from doing it with the approval of the EU court but if GWB has taught me anything is that rules are meant to be broken.
you think the EU and the UN are evil. why?
because they threaten american superiority?
what do we want to threaten america for?
i mean come on hell america would love another "cop on the street" as one member put it. nice going whoever this was BTW nice way of putting it



[edit on 22-11-2004 by devilwasp]



posted on Nov, 22 2004 @ 06:08 PM
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can any one give me details on the french army's vehicles.
BTW that video is graphic put a warning on it.
there seems to be a mix of well equiped and under equipped soldiers fireing.
something is wrong here.



posted on Nov, 22 2004 @ 06:10 PM
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If you watched the slaughter in the video and attempted to decide the reason.
Racisim would certainly pop into mind. They came they slaughtered and then rolled down the highway to wherever. Leaving bodies everywhere.
Reminded me of the U.S. Cavalry and the Indian Wars in America.



posted on Nov, 22 2004 @ 06:10 PM
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i dont think it is really fair to yell at the frogs for shooting the crowd, who knows maybe it was a mistake or maybe it was french supplied government soldiers who did it or maybe we are not seeing the entire picture, perhapes individuals in the crowd were shooting at the french soldiers (if they were french). I think it was an honost mistake (a very very very bad mistake, people died, and the soldiers who did it should be severly punished) In iraq americans have mistakenly shot and killed civilians thinking they were shooting at them. battle is very choatic.



posted on Nov, 22 2004 @ 06:14 PM
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i think something happened at the front of the line.
mabye some one attacked a jumpy soldier and it got out of hand.
thats one bad point of putting the military in control of civies.




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