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DimPrawn
20th July 2016, 14:13
German train stabbing: De Maiziere warns of lone attacks - BBC News (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-36844223)

Five people were wounded, two critically, by a 17-year-old who went on the rampage on a train in the southern state of Bavaria on Monday.

The attacker, who arrived in Germany in 2015 as an unaccompanied migrant, was shot dead holding an axe and a knife.

A video emerged in which he said he was a soldier of so-called Islamic State.


BBC then asks:

Was it really an IS attack?

Mr de Maiziere said the teenager had been "incited" by IS propaganda but there was no evidence that he was following the militant group's orders.


So bloke posts a video before committing attack saying he is a soldier of IS, and BBC say "was it really an IS attack?"


And people attack the Daily Mail for biased viewpoints....

NotAllThere
20th July 2016, 14:27
...And people attack the Daily Mail for biased viewpoints....Yes. And the BBC, the Guardian, the Times, the Telegraph, the Morning Star, the FT... What exactly is your point?

darmstadt
20th July 2016, 14:35
Yes. And the BBC, the Guardian, the Times, the Telegraph, the Morning Star, the FT... What exactly is your point?

I believe his point is on the end of his dunce's cap :laugh

GB9
20th July 2016, 14:39
Yes. And the BBC, the Guardian, the Times, the Telegraph, the Morning Star, the FT... What exactly is your point?

I think it's that people are fed up of wasting money on the left wing bbc luvvies.

WTFH
20th July 2016, 14:46
German train stabbing: De Maiziere warns of lone attacks - BBC News (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-36844223)

Mr de Maiziere said the teenager had been "incited" by IS propaganda but there was no evidence that he was following the militant group's orders.


Does Mr de Maiziere work for the BBC? If not, then why is it the BBC's fault for reporting what he said?

What does Rupert Murdoch say? We must obey the Rupert.

darmstadt
20th July 2016, 14:47
I think it's that people are fed up of wasting money on the left wing bbc luvvies.

Funny this, you get the right wing complaining about BBC left wing bias and then you have the left wing complaining about BBC right wing bias. Will no-one think of the centrists?

stek
20th July 2016, 14:50
Funny this, you get the right wing complaining about BBC left wing bias and then you have the left wing complaining about BBC right wing bias. Will no-one think of the centrists?

Left wing = like people, help them and share stuff; Right wing = screw people, scrape a percentage off them and bomb them.

That's it really.

FatLazyContractor
20th July 2016, 14:52
Left wing = act like they like people, pretend to help them, loot hard working people and share stuff with the chavs from what's left after filling their pockets;

FTFY

DimPrawn
20th July 2016, 15:08
Left wing = like people, help them and share stuff; Right wing = screw people, scrape a percentage off them and bomb them.

That's it really.

:laugh

I am willing to share my zero wealth with all the hard working people with money.

If they don't accept, they are greedy fookers.

stek
20th July 2016, 15:23
:laugh

I am willing to share my zero wealth with all the hard working people with money.

If they don't accept, they are greedy fookers.

Just looking at my US friends at my age now (55) all getting illnesses, body getting fooked, ticker going, not enough medical cover, still have to work 48/hr week, no time off in case your ''mate" nicks your job and impresses the boss.

That's the future for post-Brexit UK; and I'm off to Denmark...

DimPrawn
20th July 2016, 15:38
Just looking at my US friends at my age now (55) all getting illnesses, body getting fooked, ticker going, not enough medical cover, still have to work 48/hr week, no time off in case your ''mate" nicks your job and impresses the boss.

That's the future for post-Brexit UK; and I'm off to Denmark...

Excellent news, enjoy Denmark, please don't feel the need to keep ties with Contractor UK

:happy

DodgyAgent
20th July 2016, 15:44
Just looking at my US friends at my age now (55) all getting illnesses, body getting fooked, ticker going, not enough medical cover, still have to work 48/hr week, no time off in case your ''mate" nicks your job and impresses the boss.

That's the future for post-Brexit UK; and I'm off to Denmark...

The land of the curtain twitcher. Just do not show any sign of affluence above the average or you will be reported to the tax man

OwlHoot
20th July 2016, 15:49
Excellent news, enjoy Denmark, please don't feel the need to keep ties with Contractor UK

:happy

I wonder if stek is into cycling.

Wasn't threaded based in Denmark? :rolleyes:

stek
20th July 2016, 16:31
I wonder if stek is into cycling.

Wasn't threaded based in Denmark? :rolleyes:

Yup still got my Chopper....

DodgyAgent
20th July 2016, 16:40
Yup still got my Chopper....

Handy for Copenhagen :tongue

vetran
20th July 2016, 16:49
Handy for Copenhagen :tongue

and Bavarian trains apparently.

This is of course the Brilliance of the ISIS offering people now want to be like them, and will kill to do so.

This is the anarchist's manual, make it attractive and you will breed followers without ever indoctrinating them.

stek
20th July 2016, 17:07
and Bavarian trains apparently.

This is of course the Brilliance of the ISIS offering people now want to be like them, and will kill to do so.

This is the anarchist's manual, make it attractive and you will breed followers without ever indoctrinating them.

Exhuming McCarthy?

vetran
20th July 2016, 17:22
Exhuming McCarthy?

remind me who the Russians lost to?

stek
20th July 2016, 17:56
remind me who the Russians lost to?

Soviets you mean?

Not the same...

Old Greg
20th July 2016, 18:50
German train stabbing: De Maiziere warns of lone attacks - BBC News (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-36844223)

Five people were wounded, two critically, by a 17-year-old who went on the rampage on a train in the southern state of Bavaria on Monday.

The attacker, who arrived in Germany in 2015 as an unaccompanied migrant, was shot dead holding an axe and a knife.

A video emerged in which he said he was a soldier of so-called Islamic State.


BBC then asks:

Was it really an IS attack?

Mr de Maiziere said the teenager had been "incited" by IS propaganda but there was no evidence that he was following the militant group's orders.


So bloke posts a video before committing attack saying he is a soldier of IS, and BBC say "was it really an IS attack?"


And people attack the Daily Mail for biased viewpoints....

So if you had been "incited" by US propaganda but there was no evidence that you were following the country's orders and you bomb Iraq, is it really a US attack? I would say no, but perhaps you disagree.