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« on: February 14, 2012, 06:15:46 pm »
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The first bomb went off in a rental house, believed to be leased by three foreigners, according to Thai Police Maj. Gen. Pisit Pisutthisak. The three fled after the blast. Two of the men left the scene, he said. The third man detonated two more bombs -- one when a taxi driver refused to give him a ride, and another when he tried to throw a bomb at police as they closed on him. The last bomb exploded near the man, blowing off one of his legs, Pisit said. He was taken to Chulalongkorn General Hospital for treatment.Thai government spokeswoman Thitima Chaisaeng said the man in the hospital is Iranian, and that Iranian documents were found on him. Another man arrested at the airport is holding an Iranian passport and is one of the three, Thitima said. He was identified as Mohammad Hasai, 42, and was about to leave for Malaysia, she added.

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The video at the bottom is a must see (if you like to see violent asshats moaning on the ground minus their legs)
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« Reply #1 on: February 18, 2012, 07:40:55 am »
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Because I know you all care so much (maybe if it was the other way around you would?..what am I saying, it would be on page 4 by now if it was Joos trying to blow up Iranian diplomats).....the one that fled to Malaysia is going to be extradited back.  There was a forth, a lady Persian, but she has made it all the way back to Iran so is safe.

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« Reply #2 on: February 18, 2012, 08:13:07 am »
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The Austrian "Kronen Zeitung" newspaper wrote it this way:

The terrorist threw the bomb against a tree, the bomb bounced back from the tree and landed in front of the terrorist again and exploded, blowing away a foot.

Not too lucky of a terrorist, but if you play with fire you burn yourself sometimes.
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« Reply #3 on: February 18, 2012, 08:24:56 am »
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Yeah, that's pretty much how it went down, except it was more than a foot.  Look at the video at the bottom of the link in my first post.
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« Reply #4 on: February 18, 2012, 02:44:50 pm »
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I must say I can't prevent myself from finding it weird, that those, out of nowhere terrorist attacks, precisely happen when Israel is apparently being so pushy to have the approval of a military attack from the Federal State. And that, all, are messy and poorly done and result in things in which no Israelis is heavily wounded. And that right after they point the finger to 'IRAN!'. And that, very right after, they are pushy in the UNSC to get a condemnation of those.

Iran/Hezbollah use to be better at terrorism, France experienced it, on its ground and abroad. And use to have a major point when they do it. They would have done it right in the time Israel would apparently be looking at striking them. So either they want war too, which is possible since they keep provoking saying the day after the 1st attacks 'we're going to increase our nuclear capabilities!', or there is effectively something weird.
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« Reply #5 on: February 18, 2012, 04:07:30 pm »
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I must say I can't prevent myself from finding it weird, that those, out of nowhere terrorist attacks, precisely happen when Israel is apparently being so pushy to have the approval of a military attack from the Federal State. And that, all, are messy and poorly done and result in things in which no Israelis is heavily wounded. And that right after they point the finger to 'IRAN!'. And that, very right after, they are pushy in the UNSC to get a condemnation of those.

Iran/Hezbollah use to be better at terrorism, France experienced it, on its ground and abroad. And use to have a major point when they do it. They would have done it right in the time Israel would apparently be looking at striking them. So either they want war too, which is possible since they keep provoking saying the day after the 1st attacks 'we're going to increase our nuclear capabilities!', or there is effectively something weird.

Awfully long way of saying that you think this was an Israeli false flag operation.
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« Reply #6 on: February 18, 2012, 07:58:39 pm »
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I don't think this is a "false flag" operation. I think it's just an escalation of the conflict between Iran and Israel. This is the (attempted) Iranian retaliation for the Israeli attacks against their scientists. Expect to see more of this from both sides as the situation heats up.
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« Reply #7 on: February 18, 2012, 11:47:37 pm »
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I wonder which foreigner in Thailand dead0man and Gustaf would prefer: opebo or these guys?
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« Reply #8 on: February 19, 2012, 08:45:29 am »
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Dude, a dancing monkey isn't a threat.
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« Reply #9 on: February 19, 2012, 06:02:46 pm »
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I wonder which foreigner in Thailand dead0man and Gustaf would prefer: opebo or these guys?

It is always good to get your insightful commentary on current events.
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« Reply #10 on: February 21, 2012, 12:28:34 pm »
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I must say I can't prevent myself from finding it weird, that those, out of nowhere terrorist attacks, precisely happen when Israel is apparently being so pushy to have the approval of a military attack from the Federal State. And that, all, are messy and poorly done and result in things in which no Israelis is heavily wounded. And that right after they point the finger to 'IRAN!'. And that, very right after, they are pushy in the UNSC to get a condemnation of those.

Iran/Hezbollah use to be better at terrorism, France experienced it, on its ground and abroad. And use to have a major point when they do it. They would have done it right in the time Israel would apparently be looking at striking them. So either they want war too, which is possible since they keep provoking saying the day after the 1st attacks 'we're going to increase our nuclear capabilities!', or there is effectively something weird.

Awfully long way of saying that you think this was an Israeli false flag operation.

Well, always better with arguments. Tongue
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14/01/2011: Tunisia!!
11/02/2011: Egypt!
20/10/2011: Libya
02/09/2013: Abandon of Syria...
...and of, well, 'all of that'...

Money became totally unfair.
Money became totally senseless.
Let's make Money totally useless...

??/??/20??: EU UU!!

Maybe a little update:

Religion Tradition is people's opium...
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