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    Priest beheaded in france

    oh look, more workplace violence.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...ch-church.html

    #2
    Wow, beheading a fucking Catholic priest. The world is at war with these fuckers. It's time we start taking measures to ensure they don't rob more innocent people of their life. Start with civilian armament.


    Let the bleeding hearts die on their knees...as they lived. And let those of us who want to survive an encounter with these animals exercise our God given rights.



    I know this will NEVER happen in new york, but this is the only way you're going to minimize casualties. Then again, more casualties equate to more fear among the sheep. That means the government can swoop in as the savior while further restricting our rights. We're all just statistics to these people. The more of us (e.g. American citizens) on the deceased list for a given incident, the better for them. I'm talking about the politicians, not law enforcement or military.

    I refuse to be another corpse thrown onto the pile our politicians stand atop after an attack.
    Last edited by sheeple; 07-26-2016, 08:03 AM.
    “Justice will not be served until those who are unaffected are as outraged as those who are." - Benjamin Franklin

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      #3
      If we leave out the part about killing Jews, the Crusades don't sound so stupid anymore. The only problem is that Merkel, Obama and Hillary are fighting for the other side.
      LI Ammo, 2 Larkfield Rd. East Northport,

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        #4
        What's the Pope saying?
        "Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction" R.R.

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          #5
          I'm sure the Pope will echo our own attorney general and claim we need to treat those who want us dead with love

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            #6
            (CNN)A deadly hostage-taking at a Catholic church in Normandy, in which a priest was killed and another person seriously wounded, was a terror attack committed in the name of ISIS, French President Francois Hollande has said.

            Speaking to journalists in the northern French town of Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, where two men took five people hostage during morning Mass Tuesday, Hollande said the attack was a "cowardly assassination" carried out by "by two terrorists in the name of Daesh" -- another name for ISIS.
            In the latest Islamist atrocity to roil France, an 84-year-old Catholic priest, the Rev. Jacques Hamel, was killed when two men stormed the church in the northern region of Normandy, Dominique Lebrun, the Archbishop of Rouen, said in a statement posted on the diocese website.


            Police and firemen arrive at the scene of the attack.

            Besides the slain priest, two nuns and two churchgoers had been taken hostage, CNN French affiliate BFMTV reported.
            One of the hostages was seriously wounded, and is "between life and death," French Interior Ministry spokesman Pierre-Henry Brandet told reporters.
            The situation ended when the two attackers were shot dead by police, he said. "The two killers came out and they were neutralized," he said.

            Hollande: ISIS 'has declared war on us'

            The priest's killing comes on the back of a string of violent attacks across Europe in recent days, some claimed by the Sunni terror group ISIS, most notably an attack in the French city of Nice less than two weeks ago that left 84 dead.
            France has been under a state of emergency since the Paris terror attacks in November last year.
            A French police source told CNN that one of the church attackers had tried to go to fight in Syria last year, but had been stopped in Turkey by authorities there.
            He was then sent back to France and sent to prison in May 2015, before he was released, placed under police surveillance and forced to wear an electronic monitoring tag.
            French authorities have struggled to monitor the thousands of domestic Islamic radicals on their radar, and, in response to the heightened terror threat, Hollande has vowed to double the number of officials charged with the task.
            More than 10,000 people are on their "fiche S" list, used to flag radicalized individuals considered a threat to national security.
            Speaking to reporters, Hollande said: "Daesh has declared war on us. We have to win that war."
            But he urged the public to remain unified in the face of the threat.
            "All people feel affected so we must have cohesion ... no one can divide us," he said. "Terrorists will not give up on anything until we stop them."
            He expressed his thoughts for Catholics, and also met with special forces personnel who responded to the attack.
            The Paris anti-terror prosecutor has taken over the investigation into the attack, France's Interior Ministry said in a statement.
            Vatican condemns killing

            The Vatican has condemned the attack, calling it "terrible news" on the back of a string of recent violent attacks in Europe. It said the Pope had been informed of the attack and shared the pain and horror in response to the "absurd violence."
            The statement said the violence was particularly horrific as it had taken place in a church, "a sacred place where the love of God is announced."
            Lebrun said in a statement that the "Catholic church cannot take up any other weapons but prayer and brotherhood among men."
            He called on the faithful "to lower their arms before violence and to become an apostle of a civilization of love."
            Other religious leaders were quick to condemn the violence, with the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, tweeting: "Evil attacks the weakest, denies
            truth (and) love, is defeated through Jesus Christ. Pray for France, for victims, for their communities."
            Evil attacks the weakest, denies truth & love, is defeated through Jesus Christ. Pray for France, for victims, for their communities.

            — Justin Welby ن (@JustinWelby)
            July 26, 2016

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            French PM: 'We will stand together'

            French Prime Minister Manuel Valls tweeted his horror at the "barbaric attack" on the church, and vowed a defiant response. "We will stand together," he wrote.
            Horreur face à l'attaque barbare d'une église de Seine-Maritime. La France entière et tous les catholiques sont meurtris. Nous ferons bloc.

            — Manuel Valls (@manuelvalls) July 26, 2016
            A police cordon has been set up around the scene in the town, about 108 kilometers (67 miles) northwest of Paris.
            The wounded hostage was treated at the scene, and the three other hostages freed, he said. Explosives experts are working to check if there are any bombs left at the scene.
            A witness, Dominique Michot, told CNN that the hostage situation was underway when he arrived at his nearby workplace shortly before 10 a.m. local time (5 a.m. ET).
            Michot, a baker who spoke to CNN from inside the police perimeter, said he heard several rifle bursts at about 10 a.m.
            Are you in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray? Are you affected by the hostage incident? If it's safe for you to do so, WhatsApp us on +44 7435 939 154to share your photos, comments and video. Please tag #CNNiReport in your message.
            I feel that this is a time for prayer. What's coming to Europe will make the 1st holocaust pale in comparison.
            Some may say that the liberals invited this "Trojan Horse" and others might say that European's humanity was betrayed.

            No matter how it's looked upon, this is a time of great judgment and pray for the innocent whose suffering will increase.
            Worldwide, no one will sit on the sidelines, we will all feel it's effects. Like this Priest, hold strong to your faith.
            True freedom and our inherent responsibility:
            https://www.biblegateway.com/passage...18&version=NLT
            https://www.biblegateway.com/passage...hronicles+7:14

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              #7
              I wonder what the liberal rockstar pope will have to say? Maybe wash a few more of their feet? Turn away more Christians from Syria in order to get a better photo op with Muslim ones? Bash Capitalism? Bash the USA? RIP Padre your Pope failed you.

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                #8
                Originally posted by LazyLab View Post
                I wonder what the liberal rockstar pope will have to say? Maybe wash a few more of their feet? Turn away more Christians from Syria in order to get a better photo op with Muslim ones? Bash Capitalism? Bash the USA? RIP Padre your Pope failed you.

                You should read before you spread hatred.

                Taken from my previous post:
                The Vatican has condemned the attack, calling it "terrible news" on the back of a string of recent violent attacks in Europe. It said the Pope had been informed of the attack and shared the pain and horror in response to the "absurd violence."
                The statement said the violence was particularly horrific as it had taken place in a church, "a sacred place where the love of God is announced."

                True freedom and our inherent responsibility:
                https://www.biblegateway.com/passage...18&version=NLT
                https://www.biblegateway.com/passage...hronicles+7:14

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by C6NY View Post
                  What's the Pope saying?
                  That commie bastard?
                  Give a man fire, and he stays warm for one night. Set a man on fire, and he stays warm for the rest of his life.

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                    #10
                    I think the Pope will be forced into this. The Vatican is their coup de gras. Eventually, as Christianity becomes more threatened, he will have no choice. He knows they must be stopped and he's advocated for this already. I do not believe he truly wants to die a martyr.

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                      #11
                      It's such a shame that a Christian man of faiths death could be circumvented and used to further divide and judge.
                      It's time we looked at what unites us or we will die needlessly, if not a physical death, one of faith in your fellow Christian and your own spirit.
                      True freedom and our inherent responsibility:
                      https://www.biblegateway.com/passage...18&version=NLT
                      https://www.biblegateway.com/passage...hronicles+7:14

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Hannco View Post


                        You should read before you spread hatred.

                        Taken from my previous post:
                        Read what? I could give 2 Fucks about that article! It's what he has said and done in the past! Stick your hatred comment up you ass and wake the fuck up.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Hannco View Post
                          It's such a shame that a Christian man of faiths death could be circumvented and used to further divide and judge.
                          It's time we looked at what unites us or we will die needlessly, if not a physical death, one of faith in your fellow Christian and your own spirit.
                          That sounds like a real pacifist. See how that ideologies works out for you.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by BLAMMO!! View Post

                            That commie bastard?
                            Communist? Coming from a Jesuit background, the Pope denounces materialism liking it to idol worship, correctly placing unjust personal gain as a barrier to a humble Christian life.
                            True freedom and our inherent responsibility:
                            https://www.biblegateway.com/passage...18&version=NLT
                            https://www.biblegateway.com/passage...hronicles+7:14

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by Hannco View Post

                              Communist? Coming from a Jesuit background, the Pope denounces materialism liking it to idol worship, correctly placing unjust personal gain as a barrier to a humble Christian life.
                              He's a liberal politician. The Bernie Sanders of Popes. "Unjust personal gain" really did the church throw out all those collection baskets and weekly envelopes that they require filled "so you can maintain your religiousness if you meet their vig ?"
                              Last edited by LazyLab; 07-26-2016, 09:46 AM.

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