Terrorism

Pat494

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Terrorism is bad for trade, money markets, business generally and so it is of interest to us too.

Naturally we sympathise with the people hurt and killed in the latest attacks in Paris and hope the security people catch any parts of the terrorist network still alive.

Deploying the army in the streets etc. looks good for TV but doing something after the event it seems. The terrorist cells will lie low for a while I expect.

As predicted some of the migrants are ISL terrorists.

I would like to see an anti terrorist statue put in London.
 

Pat494

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What is an anti terrorist statue ?
The arts crowd can probably think of something. Brittania maybe giving them the finger, with a suitable message.
Not too rude or trader333 will get fussed.

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Pat494

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From the news it seems some of the Paris shooters were well known to the police. Obviously they can't distinguish a future terrorist from a petty criminal.
Just maybe some need locking up until they come to their senses.

Let loose " the shrinks "
 
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0007

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One of the best things to do now is to put a lot more resources into GCHQ and intelligence gathering. I can't see what good a statue will do.
 

Pat494

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One of the best things to do now is to put a lot more resources into GCHQ and intelligence gathering. I can't see what good a statue will do.
Just a small act of defiance. Maybe they will waste their bombs on it too.

Things may not be perfect but surely most don't want what has taken centuries to build up, to be knocked down in seconds.
 

Pat494

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I see Jeremy C. is going to tackle terrorism with the legal lot rather than the shoot to kill people. They should be pleased at the added business. Could bore the gunmen silly with political and legal BS. Plenty of time for the darlings to reload then if the idiot gets elected.
 

Pat494

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England V France tonight at Wembley.
Should be a great game and..........the English fans will try to sing the Marseillese along with the French fans in defiance of terrorism !!

:clap:
 

tomorton

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Jeremy C.
Clarkson?
 

Pat494

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Jeremy C.
Clarkson?
Corbyn I regret to say. Clarkson would be a lot more robust than that other fellow I expect.

The PLP will no doubt keep the leadership battle within the Parliamentary Party next time. Time for another election ?
 

Pat494

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I was thinking that after Friday's attacks the markets would fall. But no they have risen. Weird or what.
Who benefits from terrorism ?
1. Security. Policemen and private companies
2. Small arms manufacturers
3. Arms dealers, particularly black market.
4. The media having a new story to report.
5. Drug and people smugglers.
8. Organisations like Al Quaida. ISL, Boko Haram etc.
9. Builders repairing the damage.
10. Insurance companies.
11. Swiss bankers.

Those that suffer
1. People caught up in the violence
2. Property damage.

Might be some time before the wild ones get tired of this phase imho
 
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dbphoenix

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I was thinking that after Friday's attacks the markets would fall. But no they have risen. Weird or what.
Given that we've been at war for 25 years, more war is a yawn for the markets. Without economic upheaval of some sort, it's just business as has become usual.

Db
 

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