Terrorist Attacks Thread

Benji

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There would be no disparity at all here if they were brown. The discussion would certainly be different if the attacks were ideologically motivated however, again regardless of race.
Or indeed if they happened in Sweden.
 

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Speaking of terrorists attacks there have been quite a few stories/leaks coming out about how the emergency service dealt with the aftermath of the awful attack in Manchester.

Seems to be criticism about the time taken to help the dying and injured - is it fair to start looking for people to blame as I am sure they all did their best and would have been governed by the relevant authorities given the risk of another attack at the time?

 
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Speaking of terrorists attacks there have been quite a few stories/leaks coming out about how the emergency service dealt with the aftermath of the awful attack in Manchester.

Seems to be criticism about the time taken to help the dying and injured - is it fair to start looking for people to blame as I am sure they all did their best and would have been governed by the relevant authorities given the risk of another attack at the time?
any links? Haven't seen any recently.

I remember at the time there were big fears of a second bomb so after the first wave of paramedics had arrived they decided not to let anyone through the police cordon.
 

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Among the injured is a 4 year old girl fighting for her young life after being flown to the children's hospital in Auckland, absolutely tragic.
 
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