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 on: 14 August 2018, 14:28:22 
Started by stoffel - Last post by stoffel

LONDON, Westminster.

 A man crashed a car into security barriers outside the Houses of Parliament in London, injuring two pedestrians Tuesday in an incident British police are investigating as a terror attack.
It was the fourth vehicle-based terror attack in London in less than 18 months.
The driver of the car was arrested at the scene on suspicion of terrorism offenses. Few other details about him, his identity or a possible motive were released. No one else was in the car and no weapons were found with him.
The incident, which took place at 7:37 a.m. local time (2:37 a.m. ET), led to a large police operation and occurred close to the site of another terrorist attack in London last year. None of the pedestrians' injuries are life-threatening. 
In a news conference, police said the suspect was not cooperating with investigators. London Assistant Police Commissioner Neil Basu said the crash appeared to be a "deliberate act," that no other suspects have been identified and that there is no "intelligence" of further danger to London.
British Prime Minister Theresa May nevertheless convened a meeting of the government's COBRA emergency committee to discuss the incident. 
The Houses of Parliament are ringed by steel and concrete security barriers.
An unnamed eyewitness told British broadcaster the BBC the driver "drove at speed" toward the barriers and that his actions looked intentional. The eyewitness said the car appeared to swerve into a pedestrian crossing before slamming into the barriers.
Britain's capital has been subject to a series of terrorist attacks in recent years.
In June 2017, seven people were killed and dozens injured when three men — eventually shot and killed by police — rammed pedestrians with a car at London Bridge and then went on a stabbing rampage at nearby Borough Market. The Islamic State militant group later claimed responsibility for the attack.
Also in June last year, a British man drove a van into Muslim worshippers near Finsbury Park Mosque, in north London. A man who earlier collapsed near the scene died. Investigators concluded the attacker, who was jailed for murder, developed an extreme hatred of Muslims.
Twenty-two people were killed and hundreds injured during a bombing attack at the end of an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester in northwestern England in May 2017. The Islamic State group claimed the 22-year-old British perpetrator of Libyan descent as one of its own.
The area where Tuesday's assault occurred was the site of a terror attack in March 2017, when three people — a police officer and two civilians — were killed and dozens wounded by a lone attacker near Britain's Parliament. Khalid Masood was shot and killed by police after he slammed a car into crowds on Westminster Bridge and then stabbed and killed the police officer and two tourists before being shot dead in a courtyard outside Parliament. The Islamic State militant group claimed responsibility for the attack.

Report from BBC.

 on: 12 August 2018, 22:33:23 
Started by stoffel - Last post by stoffel
A man aged 34 has attacked the Turkish consulate in Amsterdam.
He threw 3 molotov like devices towards the building.
One exploded and did some minor fire damage to the building. The other two did not explode.
After a short manhunt police officers arrested the suspect about a km away, a warningshot was fired during the arrest.
Nothing is known about the mans motives nor his identy as of now.

 on: 23 July 2018, 12:22:46 
Started by stoffel - Last post by stoffel
June 17

2 Moroccans aged 22 and 27 were arrested after a tip from the AIVD (Dutch security service).
They had plans to attack the Veranda policestation in Rotterdam.They also planned an attack in Paris.
The crimes would have to take place after the Ramadan.

 on: 4 June 2018, 18:36:00 
Started by stoffel - Last post by stoffel
On Tuesday morning a 24-year-old woman’s life still hung in the balance after she was stabbed on Saturday in the town of Burgwedel in Lower Saxony. After undergoing an emergency operation she was placed in an artificial coma.
The woman and her boyfriend had reportedly become involved in an argument with a group of three teenagers from Syria.
When the situation turned aggressive, the woman attempted to intervene, but one of the teenagers pulled out a knife and stabbed her.

On the same day in Bochum a 15-year-old schoolboy was stabbed during a fight involving around 20 teenagers. A 16-year-old from Syria was arrested over the attack. The victim was treated in hospital but his situation is not life threatening.

A day earlier, at Wiesbaden central station an argument escalated between two groups of men.
One of them pulled a knife and left three others injured.
The suspected culprit is from Afghanistan.

In Flensburg an Afghan teenager was arrested early this month on suspicion of stabbing a girl a year his junior to death. The teenager was said to have often visited his victim before the murder. That crime followed another brutal murder in December in the town of Kandel in Rhineland Palatinate where a 15-year-old girl was murdered by her ex-boyfriend, also an asylum seeker from Afghanistan.

And in Berlin early this month an Iraqi teenage German boy was arrested on suspicion of murdering a 14-year-old girl.
She was found dead in her apartment with several stab wounds.

At least seven knife attacks were recorded last weekend alone.
The prevalence of asylum seekers as suspects in these crimes has given voice to those who say that the government's liberal refugee policies have made the country less safe.
At the moment no numbers are given about how people were miuredered ( knife or gun or other)
For now a growing range of incidents with knifes occur, and most of them are committed by Asylumseekers.
The series of bloody incidents over the weekend come in the wake of two murderous stabbings by refugees in recent months, at least one of which appears to have been motivated by jealousy.
Its obvious that Merkels words, we can fix this, are no longer valid and there is a huge problem in our countries regarding the so called migrants.
How long before people take justice in their own hands and vigilants will roam the streets?

 on: 29 May 2018, 14:25:56 
Started by S-1 - Last post by stoffel
May 28, Luik Belgium.

In Luik (Liege) a man killed 2 female policeofficers near a cafe in the Augustin street in the centre of the town around 10.30 local time.
According to witnesses the man stabbed them in the back, stole their weapons and executed the helpless women, meanwhile shouting the well know Allah Akbar.....
He also killed a woman who refused to abandone her car, after shooting the woman he fled to a school and took a hostage there.
The day before he also killed an ex inmate.
Riot police arrived very quickley at the scene, when they neared the building the man ran outside and was shot dead immediately.
According to reports by the security services this man was radicalized, and allthough he was labeled as being agressive and dangerous nothing happened with that information.
Even stranger is it that he was on leave from jail, for resocializing...many civilans are worried and agry about these programs.
Just recently pedofile Marc Dutrouts lawyer called for early release (in his case he was a second offender with disastrous results)

 on: 6 May 2018, 12:39:47 
Started by stoffel - Last post by stoffel
May 5 , 2018

The Hague.

While festivals are being held to celebrate our freedom a man stabbed 3 people infront of a restaurant.
2 bystanders and a man on a bicycle, the wounded have been brought to a nearby hospital, none of them is in direct danger of dying.
While doing that the man (dressed in typical islamic clothing) shouted Allah Akhbar.....
However according to the police and the meir the 31 year old man (how surprising, a Syrian refugee) was only a mentally disturbed man.
Now where did we hear that before......

May 16,
New reports showed up with information that the police was warned about possible terrorist actions by the arrested man.
Nothing has been done with the report, a human error according to the justice department.
meanwhile everybody still speak about a "confused" man which has become a synonime for terrorist actions in the Netherlands.

 on: 13 May 2018, 10:45:02 
Started by stoffel - Last post by stoffel
It doesnt end.... another attack in paris.

This time caused by a Tjetsjenian aged 20 years aold.
Around 21.00 he drew a knife and stabbed at people randomly killing 1 and injuring 4, of whom 2 are in critical condition.
Many people hit the ground when police arrived afraid of getting caught in gunfire.
A policeofficer tried to take the man down with a taser, after that failed the attacker still wouldnt give up.
The police than shot him dead.
French president Macron reminded the French people about the good work of the French army against the terrorist threat and defending freedom.
"We will not stand down", he said.
The attack was claimed by DAESH.

 on: 1 May 2018, 00:15:41 
Started by stoffel - Last post by stoffel

 on: 1 May 2018, 00:15:21 
Started by oppieoppie - Last post by stoffel
Very well!
I advice you to follow the developement of Burden of Command.
A new game with a new concept!

 on: 30 April 2018, 17:20:13 
Started by oppieoppie - Last post by oppieoppie
i read a lot about war. more than 1200 books i own, digital and on paper. i also like to play pc wargames. i listen to music and am trying to make my own music on the pc. i went to normandy and verdun and going to visit luxembourg and belgium to see things about the battle of the bulge.

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