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Old 09-15-2017, 05:40 PM   #1
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Default Bomb on London Underground 15/09/2017

Commuters into work had a lucky escape this morning after a home made bucket bomb constructed from nitroglycerin placed into a 15 litre paint container was left on a London tube carriage at 8:25am but failed to detonate fully. 29 people were injured but fortunately there were no fatalities. Islamic State has claimed responsibility and the terror threat in the country has been raised to critical, meaning that another attack in the near future is likely. https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/...-over-incident

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Commuters into work had a lucky escape this morning after a home made bucket bomb constructed from nitroglycerin placed into a 15 litre paint container was left on a London tube carriage at 8:25am but failed to detonate fully. 29 people were injured but fortunately there were no fatalities. Islamic State has claimed responsibility and the terror threat in the country has been raised to critical, meaning that another attack in the near future is likely. https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/...-over-incident
I hope all the injured make a speedy recovery.
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There's a take on the terrorism affecting London and its environs by George Galloway here. https://youtu.be/jw_JLnyoLwc
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An 18-year-old man has been arrested at the English port of Dover in connection with the attack. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017...itical-latest/
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There's a take on the terrorism affecting London and its environs by George Galloway here. https://youtu.be/jw_JLnyoLwc


George Galloway is one of the most despicable Western world politicians who ever lived. He's a terrorist supporter, a supporter of Saddam Hussein, who for years had been paid off by Hussein and other arab despots. Galloway was expelled from his own party for supporting arab terrorists against his own country as well as stealing money in a Middle East oil scam. https://www.theguardian.com/politics...georgegalloway

He formed a radical left party after he was expelled from Labour which consisted of himself and radical moslems, which bashed Western society and especially Israel.

He ran for mayor of London and was so trounced he now spews his crap on a once a week radio show that only other radical lunatics listen to.
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George Galloway is one of the most despicable Western world politicians who ever lived. He's a terrorist supporter, a supporter of Saddam Hussein, who for years had been paid off by Hussein and other arab despots. Galloway was expelled from his own party for supporting arab terrorists against his own country as well as stealing money in a Middle East oil scam. https://www.theguardian.com/politics...georgegalloway

He formed a radical left party after he was expelled from Labour which consisted of himself and radical moslems, which bashed Western society and especially Israel.

He ran for mayor of London and was so trounced he now spews his crap on a once a week radio show that only other radical lunatics listen to.
Well I don't support all his views, but he is an expert on the Middle East. It's impossible to overestimate how much damage the Iraq war and its legacy has caused the Western world, along with the UK and France's invasion of Libya, which has led to civil war in that country and was partly the cause of the Manchester bomb in May.

Your reasoning on his support for terrorism is shaky and he is guilty of no scam, as any perusal of his performance at the Senate Committee in 2005 will attest.
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Bomb news latest: http://www.foxnews.com/world/2017/09...ay-attack.html
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Well I don't support all his views, but he is an expert on the Middle East. It's impossible to overestimate how much damage the Iraq war and its legacy has caused the Western world, along with the UK and France's invasion of Libya, which has led to civil war in that country and was partly the cause of the Manchester bomb in May.

Your reasoning on his support for terrorism is shaky and he is guilty of no scam, as any perusal of his performance at the Senate Committee in 2005 will attest.


His reason for supporting terrorism is obvious. He's an ultra-liberal lunatic who thinks that today's 7th century arabs who chop people's heads off for no reason and keep women burka'd up are the good guys and civilized white people who have advanced society, medicine and science to the benefit of all are the bad guys.
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His reason for supporting terrorism is obvious. He's an ultra-liberal lunatic who thinks that today's 7th century arabs who chop people's heads off for no reason and keep women burka'd up are the good guys and civilized white people who have advanced society, medicine and science to the benefit of all are the bad guys.
Well I'm no apologist for Islam. I'm glad you backed off from the oil corruption charge. Now I'd like six minutes more of your time:

The US policy on Saudi Arabia, to name but one country is confused, to say the least: https://youtu.be/hgFiYQ8azqw

Let's not forget Madeleine Albright in all of this: https://youtu.be/R0WDCYcUJ4o
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Well I'm no apologist for Islam. I'm glad you backed off from the oil corruption charge. Now I'd like six minutes more of your time:

The US policy on Saudi Arabia, to name but one country is confused, to say the least: https://youtu.be/hgFiYQ8azqw

Let's not forget Madeleine Albright in all of this: https://youtu.be/R0WDCYcUJ4o


I did not back off my contention that Galloway is not only a lunatic but a crook. He won't be the first or last crook not to be convicted.

I didn't look at your links. I'm no stranger to this subject. The US policy on Saudi Arabia is a disgrace and has been for generations. Many historians say that the worst thing to happen to the arabs is to happen to be sitting on oil. Madeleine Albright is a hack who was named Secretary of State because she was accidentally born a woman.
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I did not back off my contention that Galloway is not only a lunatic but a crook. He won't be the first or last crook not to be convicted.

I didn't look at your links. I'm no stranger to this subject. The US policy on Saudi Arabia is a disgrace and has been for generations. Many historians say that the worst thing to happen to the arabs is to happen to be sitting on oil. Madeleine Albright is a hack who was named Secretary of State because she was accidentally born a woman.
Then please don't engage with me again: you're a cretin. For those interested in the truth they might want to check out this:
https://youtu.be/j5u1skEoqLs
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[quote=Steve_uk]Then please don't engage with me again: you're a cretin. For those interested in the truth they might want to check out this:

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