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Shocking beyond words.

I watched the episode of Homeland on Sunday night where the Taliban broke into the US embassy in Pakistan, aided by elements in the Pakistani military, and massacred people. It was shocking TV to watch. But it was fiction.

A few hours later we got Sydney and now we have this massacre of children and their teachers.

The twisted evil in these people's minds.

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I'm convinced that the perpetrators of this sort of massacre, especially of children, cannot be sane. As humans, we're all programmed to protect children.

Paediatric surgeons suffer as a result of operating on children because cutting into a child or baby is so unnatural. And they're doing it to cure the child.

How can the Taliban justify this, even living in their medieval society?

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Some good may come out of this. The crime is so heinous , that any lingering support for Islamic extremists among those that practise the religion will surely be over now.

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I'm convinced that the perpetrators of this sort of massacre, especially of children, cannot be sane. As humans, we're all programmed to protect children.

Paediatric surgeons suffer as a result of operating on children because cutting into a child or baby is so unnatural. And they're doing it to cure the child.

How can the Taliban justify this, even living in their medieval society?

Do you think that maybe you're being a little bit Western-centric there?

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A woman was just talking on Fivelive about this and commented that the ex-cricketeer turned politician has, allegedly, expressed sympathy for the families of those murdered but has not condemned those who did the killing.

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Some good may come out of this. The crime is so heinous , that any lingering support for Islamic extremists among those that practise the religion will surely be over now.

I'm still waiting for the street protests in London against ISIS beheading people and selling women into sex slavery. Any day now, though, I'm sure that mainstream muslims are going to rise up against the "extremists".

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I'm still waiting for the street protests in London against ISIS beheading people and selling women into sex slavery. Any day now, though, I'm sure that mainstream muslims are going to rise up against the "extremists".

+1.

Yesterday on Fivelive, when they were discussing this terrible murder of people in the school, the presenter said something along the lines of "How can this happen when Islam is a religion of peace?".

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+1.

Yesterday on Fivelive, when they were discussing this terrible murder of people in the school, the presenter said something along the lines of "How can this happen when Islam is a religion of peace?".

I surely hope that he was trying to be ironic.

The BBC are completely up their backsides on this issue. One of the terrorist victims of the religion of peace in Sydney was gay, but the BBC censored that from their reports because they didn't want to offend the more "vibrant" members of the community.

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I surely hope that he was trying to be ironic.

The BBC are completely up their backsides on this issue. One of the terrorist victims of the religion of peace in Sydney was gay, but the BBC censored that from their reports because they didn't want to offend the more "vibrant" members of the community.

It was a she. No, not ironic at all.

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Do you think that maybe you're being a little bit Western-centric there?

Just exactly how is a statement about the natural human instinct to protect children Western-centric? Are you maybe implying that we in the West are the only humans with that instinct?

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Just like IS was/is an attempt by certain foreign powers to completely discredit Islam and to cause even more chaos and instability in the region, this looks like a continuation of the same strategy by the same powers.

Believing that the Taliban are behind this is very naive to say the least, in fact the Taliban have already denied any involvement.

This has FALSE FLAG written all over it.

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Just like IS was/is an attempt by certain foreign powers to completely discredit Islam and to cause even more chaos and instability in the region, this looks like a continuation of the same strategy by the same powers.

Believing that the Taliban are behind this is very naive to say the least, in fact the Taliban have already denied any involvement.

This has FALSE FLAG written all over it.

Complete horses**t.

So the Muslims were not behind the Peshawar child murders, the Toulouse child murders, the Boston child murders, the Nairobi mall child murders, the Beslan child murders, the ISIS beheadings, the 7/7 bombings, Lee Rigby beheading,or World Trade Center bombings #1 or #2? It was all a false flag operation carried out by Israel/CIA.

You are a disgusting maggot. Rot in hell.

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Just like IS was/is an attempt by certain foreign powers to completely discredit Islam and to cause even more chaos and instability in the region, this looks like a continuation of the same strategy by the same powers.

Believing that the Taliban are behind this is very naive to say the least, in fact the Taliban have already denied any involvement.

This has FALSE FLAG written all over it.

Maybe 'The Taliban' is not a good description. I've read some reports drawing a dstinction between the Afghan Taliban and the Pakistani Taliban. although I understand they are both drawn from the Pashtun tribe who don't really recognise the border.

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Complete horses**t.

So the Muslims were not behind the Peshawar child murders, the Toulouse child murders, the Boston child murders, the Nairobi mall child murders, the Beslan child murders, the ISIS beheadings, the 7/7 bombings, Lee Rigby beheading,or World Trade Center bombings #1 or #2? It was all a false flag operation carried out by Israel/CIA.

You are a disgusting maggot. Rot in hell.

While I have no sympathy for the brainwashed individuals who commit horrific crimes such as these, your use of the words "the Muslims" is just as horrific. The pen IS mightier than the sword, be careful you don't hurt innocent bystanders when you swing it around like that.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taliban

From 2010, a report by a leading British institution also claimed that Pakistan's intelligence service still today has a strong link with the Taliban in Afghanistan. Published by the London School of Economics, the report said that Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence agency (ISI) has an "official policy" of support for the Taliban...

"Pakistan appears to be playing a double-game of astonishing magnitude," the report said. The report also linked high-level members of the Pakistani government with the Taliban. It said Asif Ali Zardari, the Pakistani president, met with senior Taliban prisoners in 2010 and promised to release them. Zardari reportedly told the detainees they were only arrested because of American pressure.

"The Pakistan government's apparent duplicity – and awareness of it among the American public and political establishment – could have enormous geopolitical implications," Waldman said...

Pakistan on the other hand has strongly denied all links with Taliban or any terrorist groups with the argument that Pakistan is the biggest victim of the "War on terror" with a loss of 35,000 lives including policemen, soldiers and mostly civilians...Pakistan's foreign minister further clarified that if Pakistan had recruited some people for intelligence purposes, it did not mean that Pakistan supported them.

On June 15, 2014 Pakistan army launches operation ‘Zarb-e-Azb’ in North Waziristan to remove and root-out Taliban from Pakistan.[256][257] In this operation 327 hardcore terrorists had been killed while 45 hideouts and 2 bomb making factories of terrorists were destroyed in North Waziristan Agency as the operation continues.

It seems Pakistan is teetering on the edge of becoming a Failed State like Somlia - although a Somalia with an enormous population and nuclear weapons.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taliban

From 2010, a report by a leading British institution also claimed that Pakistan's intelligence service still today has a strong link with the Taliban in Afghanistan. Published by the London School of Economics, the report said that Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence agency (ISI) has an "official policy" of support for the Taliban...

"Pakistan appears to be playing a double-game of astonishing magnitude," the report said. The report also linked high-level members of the Pakistani government with the Taliban. It said Asif Ali Zardari, the Pakistani president, met with senior Taliban prisoners in 2010 and promised to release them. Zardari reportedly told the detainees they were only arrested because of American pressure.

"The Pakistan government's apparent duplicity – and awareness of it among the American public and political establishment – could have enormous geopolitical implications," Waldman said...

That is what the episode of 'Homeland' showed this week - Pakistan military aiding a fictional attack on the US embassy in Pakistan.

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That is what the episode of 'Homeland' showed this week - Pakistan military aiding a fictional attack on the US embassy in Pakistan.

Sounds disturbingly prescient.

Just googling around on this, and came across this:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-south-asia-13318673

Pakistan: A failed state or a clever gambler?

On the face of it, the critics of the US aid programme to Pakistan have an easy argument to make: Washington, they say, should not give money to Pakistan when it is preparing for the increasingly likely prospect of a government in Kabul that will have Taliban ministers.

And yet every time the US has discussed cutting Pakistan's funding it has ended up paying even more. The US has consistently calculated it has little choice but to pay up.

The more impoverished Pakistan is, it fears, the more jihadis it would produce.

Nuclear gamble

And then there's the nuclear bomb.

_52594249_011794070-1.jpgPakistan is developing a new type of ballistic missile reportedly capable of delivering nuclear warheads

When India tested a nuclear device in 1998, Pakistan came under huge pressure not to follow suit.

The US offered billions of dollars worth of debt relief in return for Pakistani restraint.

But Islamabad went ahead anyway and matched India's tests.

A few days after the Pakistani tests a government minister explained one of the reasons that decision was taken.

"We are a now nuclear state," he said. "So no-one can let us go bust. We may have turned down billions of dollars. But many more billions will follow."

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I'm still waiting for the street protests in London against ISIS beheading people and selling women into sex slavery. Any day now, though, I'm sure that mainstream muslims are going to rise up against the "extremists".

Im still waiting for the same demonstration against Saudi Arabia.

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If you only watched the BBC you would think that a devout Muslim has been taken hostage by coffee extremists in Sydney!

Apparently, that guy got asylum from Iran some years ago as he claimed his life was in Danger in Iran.

So, Iran sends its criminals abroad and the West accepts them....shame we arent a bit more discerning.

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