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Old 07-16-2016, 07:55   #1
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islamic terrorists attack both Nice and NYC on "Independence Day"


Two things:

"French police are cautioning citizens that the fire at the Eiffel tower is accidental and not a terrorist attack."
Sure it was....... Socialist America agrees with your suppressing the fact that the Eiffel tower fire was an "accident". So was the islamic TATP IED attack in Central Park, an accident.

This is socialism/communism, this is where the government controls the media, controls the "facts" thusly controls the people.

Fact: The TATP IED attack in Central Park was an islamic terrorist attack covered up by the NYPD and the mayor of NYC (and DHS/FBI).

(Well played Bill de Blasio and NYPD, well played. Keep telling the sheeple of NYC all is well.)

And the Eiffel tower fire....... was an accident.
Now imagine that both "attacks" were linked first to "fireworks".

And both attacks happened on each countries "Independence Day"

This is soylent green sheeple, have some, it's good for you.

Jul 16, 8:54 AM EDT
NICE, France (AP) -- The Islamic State group claimed Saturday that the Tunisian man who barreled his truck into a crowd in the French resort city of Nice was a "soldier" of the group. It's the first claim of responsibility for an attack that claimed 84 lives at a July 14 fireworks display for France's national holiday.
The claim - circulated on social media by a news outlet affiliated with the group - didn't name Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, the 31-year-old Tunisian who authorities say was behind the wheel as a truck crashed into revelers Thursday night. But the statement quoting an IS security member said the man was following calls from the group to target citizens of countries fighting it.
The veracity of the group's claim couldn't immediately be determined, but French officials didn't dispute it.
What is known publicly about Bouhlel so far suggests a troubled, angry man with little interest in the group's ultra-puritanical brand of Islam. But, in a statement to reporters, Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve hinted that Bouhlel may have had a last-minute adoption of a more extremist worldview.

"The Spartans do not ask how many are the enemy, but where they are."
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