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    Quote Originally Posted by Heartview View Post
    'hey a tragic event just occurred, lets politicize everything and whine coz dey takin our internets away'

    This has nothing to do with the marathon bombing, and will have no effect on internet law. Nobody has forgotten this, but there are slightly more pressing issues at hand. Like say a bunch of injured people that just got blown up in a marathon.
    So far since Obama has been in office, every time there is a bill that limits the American peoples freedoms in any way, shape, or form, a tragedy occurs. I refuse to believe it's all a "coincidence".

    Quote Originally Posted by k0mrade View Post
    by the way, it's not a bandwagon asshole it's a fucking tragedy, were you there? Didn't think so. So quit speculating it's annoying.

    ---------- Post added at 05:43 PM ---------- Previous post was at 05:42 PM ----------



    i don't give a fuck you know the point i was trying to make.
    I heard the Boston Marathon is "Da Bomb". Piss you off? Like I give a flying fuck. Tell me more about how I should care about a bombing that killed one person when another bomb that went off in Afghanistan this same day killed 42 others. It's a fucking bandwagon, you probably cried like a little pussy ass faggot when Amanda Todd killed herself. Cocksucking dick rider.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aborted View Post

    I already rephrased my statement. Also, it seems you have no response to the latter half of my post, you just seem to want to point out my errors.
    And again, my point stands. You seem to be pretty thick, so I will spell it out for you.

    Someone bombed a crowd of people.
    People have died, and many more are injured.
    It was an act of terror in an attempt to harm human life.
    People died.
    This literally has nothing to do with internet censorship.
    Internet censorship also does not pose the threat of sparking international controversy, or fueling another war, or have any effect on people whos lives just got ruined.
    Internet censorship does not kill people.
    The bombing litereally happened a few hours ago, things are still unfolding, as there is much more to find out, even potentially more attacks.

    So yeah, I think the bombing of a crowd of people is a little more pressing of an issue than an internet bill that has been around for a while now, and you probably havnt even read.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lehsyrus View Post


    So far since Obama has been in office, every time there is a bill that limits the American peoples freedoms in any way, shape, or form, a tragedy occurs. I refuse to believe it's all a "coincidence".



    I heard the Boston Marathon is "Da Bomb". Piss you off? Like I give a flying fuck. Tell me more about how I should care about a bombing that killed one person when another bomb that went off in Afghanistan this same day killed 42 others. It's a fucking bandwagon, you probably cried like a little pussy ass faggot when Amanda Todd killed herself. Cocksucking dick rider.



    It's. Perfect.
    You are quite well known for being an insensitive, unusual cruel twat, but Ill bother pointing out why you are an idiot too.

    If you honestly think that Obama being president has anything to do with a bombing of a marathon, you need to unplug your internet, shut yourself back in your basement, and cry under your blankie listening to rush limbaugh cry about how bad his country is.

    If you also think that a bill designed to control the internet has anything to do with a bombing of a marathon, you are not only a douche, but a tin-hat moron.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heartview View Post
    You seem to be pretty thick
    I could play the same line upon you as you seem to not understand.
    We can investigate the causes of this attack, find the perpetrator,
    and sort this all out. I am simply stating that we can not dwell solely
    on this incident as there are more pressing issues at hand.
    Indeed it is a tragedy, indeed lives were lost. Yet at this moment it
    only affects an astronomically small percentage of the overall populace.
    I myself never spoke of internet censorship, that was Lehsyrus, so I have
    not an inkling as to why you are arguing it with me. I agree on the
    grounds that this will turn into yet another act of sensationalism by the mainstream media.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heartview View Post
    And again, my point stands. You seem to be pretty thick, so I will spell it out for you.

    Someone bombed a crowd of people.
    People have died, and many more are injured.
    It was an act of terror in an attempt to harm human life.
    People died.
    This literally has nothing to do with internet censorship.
    Internet censorship also does not pose the threat of sparking international controversy, or fueling another war, or have any effect on people whos lives just got ruined.
    Internet censorship does not kill people.
    The bombing litereally happened a few hours ago, things are still unfolding, as there is much more to find out, even potentially more attacks.

    So yeah, I think the bombing of a crowd of people is a little more pressing of an issue than an internet bill that has been around for a while now, and you probably havnt even read.



    You are quite well known for being an insensitive, unusual cruel twat, but Ill bother pointing out why you are an idiot too.

    If you honestly think that Obama being president has anything to do with a bombing of a marathon, you need to unplug your internet, shut yourself back in your basement, and cry under your blankie listening to rush limbaugh cry about how bad his country is.

    If you also think that a bill designed to control the internet has anything to do with a bombing of a marathon, you are not only a douche, but a tin-hat moron.
    The immediate insulting of a person based on their personal speculation is a sign of an egotistical twat. Yes, I am insensitive, and do not give a flying fuck about the bombing, why? That's quite easy enough, there are terroristic attacks all over the world every day, and just because one is committed to the country I live in I should automatically raise arms and start crying like a little bitch? No, the human race as a whole is supposed to stick together, but as it stands it does not, so I will not side with one or another simply because I was born in such a land. Yes, it was a tragedy for those who are involved, no, I will not spend my time posting about how such a tragic event it was only to feed my own undeserving ego on such a matter to feel pity for those who are involved. It is a pathetic attempt at a boosting insight to ones own emotional embodiment and I will take no part. Now stop proving how the pussification of America is progressing by bashing others for their own observation, take the dick out of your ass, and leave if you do not like my insight on the matter. If not, I will simply continue to ignore your self-absorbed egotistical "I'm better than you because I know it" bullshit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aborted View Post

    I could play the same line upon you as you seem to not understand.
    We can investigate the causes of this attack, find the perpetrator,
    and sort this all out. I am simply stating that we can not dwell solely
    on this incident as there are more pressing issues at hand.
    Indeed it is a tragedy, indeed lives were lost. Yet at this moment it
    only affects an astronomically small percentage of the overall populace.
    I myself never spoke of internet censorship, that was Lehsyrus, so I have
    not an inkling as to why you are arguing it with me. I agree on the
    grounds that this will turn into yet another act of sensationalism by the mainstream media.
    No, you are thick because you seem to think that this is just some small event that has no effect on anything but a few people. Obviously we cant prevent it from happening at this point, but the fact that you seem to believe we should just be like 'meh whatevs, it didnt kill everyone in the country so it aint no big deal'. Is there something about the fact that this was a planned act of terror that you are not quite receiving?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lehsyrus View Post


    The immediate insulting of a person based on their personal speculation is a sign of an egotistical twat. Yes, I am insensitive, and do not give a flying fuck about the bombing, why? That's quite easy enough, there are terroristic attacks all over the world every day, and just because one is committed to the country I live in I should automatically raise arms and start crying like a little bitch? No, the human race as a whole is supposed to stick together, but as it stands it does not, so I will not side with one or another simply because I was born in such a land. Yes, it was a tragedy for those who are involved, no, I will not spend my time posting about how such a tragic event it was only to feed my own undeserving ego on such a matter to feel pity for those who are involved. It is a pathetic attempt at a boosting insight to ones own emotional embodiment and I will take no part. Now stop proving how the pussification of America is progressing by bashing others for their own observation, take the dick out of your ass, and leave if you do not like my insight on the matter. If not, I will simply continue to ignore your self-absorbed egotistical "I'm better than you because I know it" bullshit.
    Im not claiming to be better than you, nor am I saying that the loss of human life is trivial. My point was you are relating something completely unrelated to an event that just happened, so something completely unrelated. The bombing happen all the time, but you seem to think that nothing is being done about it. The loss of human life is bad, but claiming that we should just ignore it because it happens all the time in favor of complaining about a bill directed at the internet is also trite. I also never said that either was un-important, so perhaps you could remove the dick from your ass in thinking that I believe that its unimportant cause 'people die all the time'
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heartview View Post
    No, you are thick because you seem to think that this is just some small event that has no effect on anything but a few people. Obviously we cant prevent it from happening at this point, but the fact that you seem to believe we should just be like 'meh whatevs, it didnt kill everyone in the country so it aint no big deal'. Is there something about the fact that this was a planned act of terror that you are not quite receiving?
    List of Terroristic attacks in 2013.

    Motorcycle bomb - Karachi Pakistan
    Shooting - Khyber Pakhtunkwha Pakistan
    Car Bombing - Baghdad and Musayyib Iraq
    Car Bombing - Damascus Syria
    Suicide Bombings - Quetta Pakistan
    Roadside Bombing - North Waziristan Pakistan
    Rocket Attacks - Aleppo Syria
    Suicide bombing - Fallujah Iraq

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    Suicide bombings, shootings 55 288 northern and central Iraq A suicide bomber detonated a truck full of explosives next to the headquarters of the Kurdistan Democratic Party in Kirkuk, killing 26 and leaving 204 injured. A similar attack against another Kurdish office in Tuz Khormato killed 5 and wounded 40. Roadside bombings and shootings in other areas, including Baghdad, Tikrit and Baiji, left at least 24 dead and dozens injured.[14][15] Islamic State of Iraq
    16 Shooting 5 3 Garissa, Kenya Suspected Islamic militants shot dead 5 people and injured 3 others at a restaurant in Kenya's eastern city of Garissa. Authorities said they believed the gunmen belonged to the Somali al-Shabaab group, as the victims included a senior prison warden, fitting a pattern of previous attacks.[16] al-Shabaab Suspected
    16-19 Shooting, hostage crisis 69 unknown In Aménas, Algeria Al-Qaeda-linked militants under the command of Mokhtar Belmokhtar took more than 800 people hostage at a remote gas facility in Algeria. After a tense 4-day standoff with the Algerian Army and at least 2 assaults, the crisis ended, with at least 40 hostages and 29 militants confirmed dead, while 685 Algerian workers and 107 foreigners were freed.[9]
    20 Shootings 6 24 Kano and Kogi State, Nigeria A group of gunmen attacked the convoy of Alhaji Ado Bayero, the Emir of Kano, killing 4 and injuring 14 others, including two of his sons. In addition, militants from the Boko Haram breakaway group Ansaru ambushed a Nigerian Army convoy in Kogi State, killing 2 officers and injuring 8 others. The troops were heading to Mali to assist in the ECOWAS mission as part of the conflict against Jihadist groups.[17][18] Ansaru, Boko Haram Suspected
    21-23 Shootings 31 0 northern Nigeria Suspected Boko Haram militants murdered 31 people over the course of 3 days, including 18 hunters selling bushmeat, who were shot at market in Damboa on January 21. Five people were shot in Kano on the next day as they were playing board games. At least 8 civilians mere killed in Maiduguri on January 23, as gunfire was reported from parts of the city.[9][19] Boko Haram Suspected
    21 Suicide truck bombing 42 30+ Al-Salamiyah, Syria A suicide bomber detonated a truck full of explosives at a building used by a pro-government militia in the central Syrian city of Salamiyah, located in Hama Governorate. At least 42 people were killed and dozens more wounded, with militia members and civilians among the casualties. On January 30 the Al-Nusra Front claimed responsibility for the attack.[20][21] Al-Nusra Front
    22 Suicide bombings, shootings 26 58 central Iraq A wave of attacks in and around Baghdad killed at least 26 and left more than 50 injured. Bombings and shootings took place in the capital, as well as Taji and Mahmoudiyah.[22] Islamic State of Iraq
    23 Suicide bombing 49 83 Tuz Khormato, Iraq A suicide bomber blew himself up during a funeral for a politician's relative in the city of Tuz Khormato, killing 42 and leaving 75 others wounded. Other attacks across central and northern Iraq killed 7 people and injured 8 others.[23][24] Islamic State of Iraq
    26 Suicide bombing, IED 20 16 Kunduz and Kandahar, Afghanistan A suicide bomber killed 10 policemen and injured 9 others in the northeastern Afghan city of Kunduz. Among the victims were the city's counter terrorism and traffic police chiefs. Later, a police patrol carrying 3 Taliban members suspected of planting bombs hit an IED near Kandahar. Eight policemen and 2 of the suspects were killed, while six officers and the other detainee were injured.[25][26]
    28 Suicide bombing 11 17 Rada, Yemen A suicide bombing at a Yemeni Army checkpoint near the Rada in the central Al Bayda' Governorate killed 11 soldiers and injured 17 others.[27]
    29 Suicide bombing 2 20+ Mogadishu, Somalia A suicide bombing at the gate of the Villa Somalia killed two guards and injured dozens more. President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud was abroad at the time, while Prime Minister Abdi Farah Shirdon, whose house was near the site of the blast, was not injured.[28][29] al-Shabaab
    February

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    1 Suicide bombing 27 55 Hangu, Pakistan A suicide bomber attacked a crowd of Shi'ite worshippers leaving a mosque in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, killing at least 27 and leaving more than 50 others injured.[30]
    2 Raid 35 8 Lakki Marwat, Pakistan A team of 30 to 50 militants staged a raid on a Pakistani Army checkpoint in the country's volatile northwest, killing 13 soldiers and 10 civilians. At least 12 insurgents died in the assault, which included suicide bombers and rocket attacks.[31]
    2 Suicide bombing 1 1 Ankara, Turkey A suicide bombing in front of the US embassy in Ankara killed a security guard and injured a journalist. The leftist RPLP-F group claimed responsibility for the attack, saying it was in response to NATO's recent deployment of MIM-104 Patriot missiles along the troubled Turkish-Syrian border.[32] RPLP-F
    3 Suicide car bombing 42 111 Kirkuk, Iraq A suicide car bombing at the provincial police HQ in Kirkuk killed at least 36 and injured 105 others, including the city's chief of police. Three additional attackers were killed after the blast, as they tried to throw grenades at security forces. Six people were killed and six injured in various other attacks across central Iraq.[33][34] Islamic State of Iraq
    4 Suicide bombing 22 44 Taji, Iraq A suicide bomber attacked a government building in Taji, 15 kilometres north of the capital Baghdad, killing 22 and injuring 44 others. Nineteen of the victims were members of the Sahwa militia opposed to al-Qaeda in Iraq, who were waiting for their monthly salaries, while the other 3 were Iraqi soldiers.[35][36]
    8 Car bombings 38 106 across Iraq A pair of car bombs killed 17 and injured 45 others at a bird market in Baghdad's Kadhimiya district. Two similar attacks killed 16 and wounded 44 in Shomali, 70 km south of Hillah. A blast outside Karbala killed 5 and injured 16, while an Iraqi soldier was wounded by sniper fire in Fallujah.[37]
    8 Bombing 16 27 Kalaya, Pakistan A blast a marketplace popular with paramilitary members killed 16 and injured 27 others in Kalaya, the capital of Orakzai Agency in Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas. The Tehrik-i-Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack.[38] Tehrik-i-Taliban
    8 Bombing 54 -- Buraq, Syria A minibus exploded near a military supply factory in Buraq, a suburb of Hama, killing 54 civilians. Both government and rebel forces condemned the attack.[39]
    9 Rocket attack 6 42 Camp Hurriyah, Iraq A Katyusha rocket attack killed six people and injured 42 others at Camp Hurriya, an Iraqi facility near Baghdad that shelters members of People's Mujahedin of Iran. A spokesman for the group placed the blame on Iran's Quds Force unit.[40][41]
    11 Bombings, shootings 26 37 across Iraq A car bombing at a checkpoint in Mosul killed 8 people and injured 18 others, while militants shot dead 4 others in the city. Fourteen others were killed and 19 wounded in other attacks across Iraq, including incidents in Baghdad, Baiji, Baqubah and Kirkuk.[42]
    11 Car bombing 13 28 Cilvegözü, Turkey A car bomb exploded at the Bab al-Hawa border crossing between Turkey and Syria, killing 13 people, including 3 Turkish citizens. At least 28 others were injured in the blast, which occurred after a Syrian-registered minivan was detonated close to a customs building on the Turkish side of the border.[43]
    16 Bombing 84 190 Quetta, Pakistan A bomb attached to a motorbike exploded at a market in Hazara Town on the outskirts of Quetta, killing at least 84 and injuring almost 200 others. Most of the victims were members of the predominantly Twelver Shia minority, and authorities expected the death toll to rise due to the large number of serious injuries.[44] Lashkar-e-Jhangvi
    17 Car bombings 37 130 Baghdad, Iraq A series of car bombs struck the Iraqi capital, killing at least 37 and injuring more than 130 others. Most of the attacks took place in Shiite parts of the city, including Sadr City.[45] Islamic State of Iraq
    21 Car bombings 83 250+ Damascus, Syria A huge car bomb exploded next to the Ba'ath Party offices in Damascus, killing 61 and injuring more than 200. The attack killed mostly civilians and was the deadliest in the capital during the civil war. Both the government and the SNC condemned the blast. In addition, three bombings killed 22 and injured 50 in the suburb of Barzeh. Most of the victims were government soldiers. [46] [47] Al-Nusra Front Suspected
    21 Bombings 17 119 Hyderabad, India Two blasts occurred at crowded intersections in the Indian city of Hyderabad, killing 17 and injuring more than 100 others. Authorities suspected the Islamist Indian Mujahideen group of being behind the bombings. [48] [49] Indian Mujahideen Suspected
    25 Suicide bombing 7 several Kidal, Mali Seven MNLA members were killed and several injured in a suicide bombing at a checkpoint in the northern Malian city of Kidal. Similar attacks killed 7 people in Kidal and near Tessalit the week before, both claimed by MUJWA, an AQIM splinter group.[50] MUJWA
    26 Shooting 17 0 Ghazni Province, Afghanistan A group of 17 Afghan Local Police recruits were shot to death after being drugged by Taliban infiltrators. The group later claimed responsibility for the attack, which was the deadliest of its kind to date.[51] Afghan Taliban
    28 Bombings, shootings 33 70 across Iraq A string of bombings and shootings killed 33 and injured 70 others in Iraq. Most of the victims came from a double bombing near a Baghdad stadium, while other attacks took place in Mosul and the Triangle of Death. [52] Islamic State of Iraq
    March

    Date Type Dead Injured Location Details Perpetrator
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    3 Car bombings 48 180 Karachi, Pakistan At least 48 people were killed and scores injured after twin bombings struck Shi'ite faithful as they were leaving a prayer hall. Authorities suspected the Sunni militant group Lashkar-e Jhangvi of being behind the attacks. [53] Lashkar-e Jhangvi Suspected
    4 Ambush 64 10 Akashat, Iraq Unidentified gunmen ambushed a Syrian Army convoy escorted by Iraqi soldiers, killing 51 Syrians and 13 Iraqis. The well-planned assault took place in Akashat, near the desert border between the two nations. The Islamic State of Iraq claimed responsibility for the attack on March 11. [54] [55] Islamic State of Iraq
    9 Shooting 7 0 Bauchi State, Nigeria The Islamist Ansaru group shot and killed seven hostages it had been holding since an assault on an oil facility in Northern Nigeria on February 7. The victims included four Lebanese, as well a Briton, a Frenchman and a Greek.[56] Ansaru
    9 Suicide bombings 19 16 Kabul and Khost, Afghanistan Suicide bombings next to the Afghan Defense Ministry in Kabul and an ISAF patrol in Khost killed 19 and injured 16 others. Both incidents took place as US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel was on his first official visit to the country. [57] Afghan Taliban
    13 Suicide bombing 10 10 Kunduz, Afghanistan A suicide bomber detonated his vest at a buzkashi game in the northern province of Kunduz, killing 10 and injuring 10 others. Among those killed was the district's police chief. [58]
    13 Bombings, shootings 5 10 Srinagar, India Two gunmen assaulted a CRPF camp in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, killing 5 troops and injuring 10 others. Authorities suspected the Hizbul Mujahideen or Lashkar-e-Taiba of being behind the attack. [59]
    14 Car bombings, Shootings 33 72 Baghdad, Iraq A coordinated series of attacks near the Justice Ministry in Baghdad left 7 insurgents and 24 civilians dead, while 57 others were wounded. Various other incidents across the country killed 2 and injured 15. [60] Islamic State of Iraq Suspected
    17 Car bombing 10 24 Basra, Iraq A rare car bombing struck Basra, killing 10 civilians and injuring 19 others. The blast took place close to a bus station on the outskirts of Iraq's second largest city. An earlier bombing near a tax department injured 5 people. [61]
    18 Car bombing 10 20 Mogadishu, Somalia The Islamist al-Shabaab group claimed responsibility for a car bombing near Mogadishu's National Theater that killed 10 and wounded 20 others, including the city's intelligence chief Khalif Ereg. [62] [63] al-Shabaab
    18 Suicide bombing 41 44 Kano, Nigeria A suicide bomber attacked a bus station in a predominantly Christian area of Kano, killing 41 passengers and injuring dozens more. [64] [65] Boko Haram Suspected
    19 Bombings, shootings 98 240 across Iraq A series of coordinated bombings and shootings across central and northern Iraq killed 98 people and left more than 200 injured on the 10th anniversary of the beginning of the Iraq War. At least 61 were killed and 148 wounded in Baghdad alone, where most of the major attacks took place. [66] Islamic State of Iraq
    21 Car bombing 15 40 Peshawar, Pakistan A car bombing at the Jalozai refugee camp near Peshawar killed at least 15 and injured 40 others. Authorities suspected the Lashkar-e-Islam group of staging the attack in response to recent arrests. [67] Lashkar-e-Islam Suspected
    21 Suicide bombing 42 84 Damascus, Syria A suicide bombing inside a Damascus mosque killed 42 people and injured 84 others. Among the dead was prominent Sunni cleric Mohamed Al-Bouti, a longtime ally of the Syrian regime and the Imam of the Umayyad Mosque. The SNC condemned the attack, while the Free Syrian Army denied responsibility. [68]
    22 Shootings, bombings 25 -- Ganye, Nigeria Unidentified gunmen attacked at least 13 locations in Ganye, a city in Nigeria's northeastern Adamawa State, including the local police HQ, a bank and several local bars. At least 25 people were killed in the two-hour assault, including the deputy chief of the local prison, where 127 inmates were freed. [69] Boko Haram Suspected
    22-23 Bombings 26 36 across Pakistan A bomb planted in a rickshaw exploded near a hotel at the main bazaar in Dera Allah Yar in Balochistan on March 22, killing 9 and injuring 24 others. [70] A suicide car bombing at a checkpoint near Miranshah in North Waziristan killed 17 soldiers and injured 12 others on the next day. [71]
    29 Suicide bombing 10 31 Peshawar, Pakistan A suicide bomber detonated his vest at a checkpoint near the US consulate in Peshawar, killing 10 people and injuring 31 others, most of them civilians. [72]
    29 Car bombings 24 151 across Iraq A series of car bombs exploded at four Shi'ite mosques in Baghdad and one in Kirkuk, leaving at least 22 people dead and 144 others wounded. In addition, an IED blast north of the capital killed 2 security officers and injured 7 others. [73]
    April

    Date Type Dead Injured Location Details Perpetrator
    [Note 1]
    State Non-
    state
    1 Bombings, shootings 45 78 Tikrit, Iraq A tanker bomb exploded at the police headquarters in Tikrit, killing at least 42 people and injuring 67 others. Other attacks across the country left 3 dead and 11 others injured, including the mayor of Tuz Khormato and at least four journalists. [74] Islamic State of Iraq Suspected
    3 Assault 55 100+ Farah, Afghanistan A group of militants wearing suicide vests attacked the courthouse in Farah in an attempt to free Taliban fighters standing trial. At least 34 civilians and 12 members of the security forces were killed during the assault, along with 9 insurgents. More than 100 others were injured in the attack, which was later claimed by the Afghan Taliban. [75] Afghan Taliban
    5 Ambush 12 0 Bayelsa, Nigeria Militants ambushed a police patrol boat in Nigeria's southern delta region, killing all 12 occupants. The MEND group claimed responsibility, saying it was in response to jail sentence given to their leader Henry Okah. [76] MEND
    6 Bombings, shootings 29 64 Baqubah, Iraq A suicide bomber killed 22 and injured 55 at a political rally for a local Sunni candidate in Baqubah. Other attacks across the country killed 7 and injured 9 others, most of them members of the security forces. [77] Islamic State of Iraq Suspected
    8 Roadside bombing 9 22 Wardak, Afghanistan A roadside bomb exploded under a bus travelling southwest of Kabul, killing 9 people and injuring 22 others. [78] Afghan Taliban Suspected
    8 Suicide bombing 15 53 Damascus, Syria A suicide bomber detonated his vehicle in central Damascus, killing 15 people and injuring 53 others. The attack took place on Sabaa Bahrat Square, next to the Central Bank of Syria. [79]
    11 Roadside bombing 2 6 Pattani, Thailand A roadside bomb hit a military patrol in the Panare District of Pattani Province, killing 2 soldiers and injuring 6 others. [80]
    14 Suicide bombings 35 40+ Mogadishu, Somalia A team of 9 militants wearing suicide vests attacked the Supreme Court building in the Somalian capital, killing at least 35 people and leaing scores injured. The insurgent group al-Shabaab later claimed responsibility for the attack, the biggest it has staged since being chased out of Mogadishu in August 2011. [81] [82] al-Shabaab
    15 Bombings 32 200+ across Iraq A string of attacks across Iraq left 32 dead and more than 200 others injured. The wave of attacks began with 7 bombings in Baghdad that killed 15 and wounded 73. Attacks also took place in Kirkuk, Baqubah, Tikrit, Fallujah, Nassiriyah and Mussayab. [83] Islamic State of Iraq Suspected


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lehsyrus View Post


    List of Terroristic attacks in 2013.

    Motorcycle bomb - Karachi Pakistan
    Shooting - Khyber Pakhtunkwha Pakistan
    Car Bombing - Baghdad and Musayyib Iraq
    Car Bombing - Damascus Syria
    Suicide Bombings - Quetta Pakistan
    Roadside Bombing - North Waziristan Pakistan
    Rocket Attacks - Aleppo Syria
    Suicide bombing - Fallujah Iraq

    Fuck it I'm just going to CP it.

    Suicide bombings, shootings 55 288 northern and central Iraq A suicide bomber detonated a truck full of explosives next to the headquarters of the Kurdistan Democratic Party in Kirkuk, killing 26 and leaving 204 injured. A similar attack against another Kurdish office in Tuz Khormato killed 5 and wounded 40. Roadside bombings and shootings in other areas, including Baghdad, Tikrit and Baiji, left at least 24 dead and dozens injured.[14][15] Islamic State of Iraq
    16 Shooting 5 3 Garissa, Kenya Suspected Islamic militants shot dead 5 people and injured 3 others at a restaurant in Kenya's eastern city of Garissa. Authorities said they believed the gunmen belonged to the Somali al-Shabaab group, as the victims included a senior prison warden, fitting a pattern of previous attacks.[16] al-Shabaab Suspected
    16-19 Shooting, hostage crisis 69 unknown In Aménas, Algeria Al-Qaeda-linked militants under the command of Mokhtar Belmokhtar took more than 800 people hostage at a remote gas facility in Algeria. After a tense 4-day standoff with the Algerian Army and at least 2 assaults, the crisis ended, with at least 40 hostages and 29 militants confirmed dead, while 685 Algerian workers and 107 foreigners were freed.[9]
    20 Shootings 6 24 Kano and Kogi State, Nigeria A group of gunmen attacked the convoy of Alhaji Ado Bayero, the Emir of Kano, killing 4 and injuring 14 others, including two of his sons. In addition, militants from the Boko Haram breakaway group Ansaru ambushed a Nigerian Army convoy in Kogi State, killing 2 officers and injuring 8 others. The troops were heading to Mali to assist in the ECOWAS mission as part of the conflict against Jihadist groups.[17][18] Ansaru, Boko Haram Suspected
    21-23 Shootings 31 0 northern Nigeria Suspected Boko Haram militants murdered 31 people over the course of 3 days, including 18 hunters selling bushmeat, who were shot at market in Damboa on January 21. Five people were shot in Kano on the next day as they were playing board games. At least 8 civilians mere killed in Maiduguri on January 23, as gunfire was reported from parts of the city.[9][19] Boko Haram Suspected
    21 Suicide truck bombing 42 30+ Al-Salamiyah, Syria A suicide bomber detonated a truck full of explosives at a building used by a pro-government militia in the central Syrian city of Salamiyah, located in Hama Governorate. At least 42 people were killed and dozens more wounded, with militia members and civilians among the casualties. On January 30 the Al-Nusra Front claimed responsibility for the attack.[20][21] Al-Nusra Front
    22 Suicide bombings, shootings 26 58 central Iraq A wave of attacks in and around Baghdad killed at least 26 and left more than 50 injured. Bombings and shootings took place in the capital, as well as Taji and Mahmoudiyah.[22] Islamic State of Iraq
    23 Suicide bombing 49 83 Tuz Khormato, Iraq A suicide bomber blew himself up during a funeral for a politician's relative in the city of Tuz Khormato, killing 42 and leaving 75 others wounded. Other attacks across central and northern Iraq killed 7 people and injured 8 others.[23][24] Islamic State of Iraq
    26 Suicide bombing, IED 20 16 Kunduz and Kandahar, Afghanistan A suicide bomber killed 10 policemen and injured 9 others in the northeastern Afghan city of Kunduz. Among the victims were the city's counter terrorism and traffic police chiefs. Later, a police patrol carrying 3 Taliban members suspected of planting bombs hit an IED near Kandahar. Eight policemen and 2 of the suspects were killed, while six officers and the other detainee were injured.[25][26]
    28 Suicide bombing 11 17 Rada, Yemen A suicide bombing at a Yemeni Army checkpoint near the Rada in the central Al Bayda' Governorate killed 11 soldiers and injured 17 others.[27]
    29 Suicide bombing 2 20+ Mogadishu, Somalia A suicide bombing at the gate of the Villa Somalia killed two guards and injured dozens more. President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud was abroad at the time, while Prime Minister Abdi Farah Shirdon, whose house was near the site of the blast, was not injured.[28][29] al-Shabaab
    February

    Date Type Dead Injured Location Details Perpetrator
    [Note 1]
    State Non-
    state
    1 Suicide bombing 27 55 Hangu, Pakistan A suicide bomber attacked a crowd of Shi'ite worshippers leaving a mosque in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, killing at least 27 and leaving more than 50 others injured.[30]
    2 Raid 35 8 Lakki Marwat, Pakistan A team of 30 to 50 militants staged a raid on a Pakistani Army checkpoint in the country's volatile northwest, killing 13 soldiers and 10 civilians. At least 12 insurgents died in the assault, which included suicide bombers and rocket attacks.[31]
    2 Suicide bombing 1 1 Ankara, Turkey A suicide bombing in front of the US embassy in Ankara killed a security guard and injured a journalist. The leftist RPLP-F group claimed responsibility for the attack, saying it was in response to NATO's recent deployment of MIM-104 Patriot missiles along the troubled Turkish-Syrian border.[32] RPLP-F
    3 Suicide car bombing 42 111 Kirkuk, Iraq A suicide car bombing at the provincial police HQ in Kirkuk killed at least 36 and injured 105 others, including the city's chief of police. Three additional attackers were killed after the blast, as they tried to throw grenades at security forces. Six people were killed and six injured in various other attacks across central Iraq.[33][34] Islamic State of Iraq
    4 Suicide bombing 22 44 Taji, Iraq A suicide bomber attacked a government building in Taji, 15 kilometres north of the capital Baghdad, killing 22 and injuring 44 others. Nineteen of the victims were members of the Sahwa militia opposed to al-Qaeda in Iraq, who were waiting for their monthly salaries, while the other 3 were Iraqi soldiers.[35][36]
    8 Car bombings 38 106 across Iraq A pair of car bombs killed 17 and injured 45 others at a bird market in Baghdad's Kadhimiya district. Two similar attacks killed 16 and wounded 44 in Shomali, 70 km south of Hillah. A blast outside Karbala killed 5 and injured 16, while an Iraqi soldier was wounded by sniper fire in Fallujah.[37]
    8 Bombing 16 27 Kalaya, Pakistan A blast a marketplace popular with paramilitary members killed 16 and injured 27 others in Kalaya, the capital of Orakzai Agency in Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas. The Tehrik-i-Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack.[38] Tehrik-i-Taliban
    8 Bombing 54 -- Buraq, Syria A minibus exploded near a military supply factory in Buraq, a suburb of Hama, killing 54 civilians. Both government and rebel forces condemned the attack.[39]
    9 Rocket attack 6 42 Camp Hurriyah, Iraq A Katyusha rocket attack killed six people and injured 42 others at Camp Hurriya, an Iraqi facility near Baghdad that shelters members of People's Mujahedin of Iran. A spokesman for the group placed the blame on Iran's Quds Force unit.[40][41]
    11 Bombings, shootings 26 37 across Iraq A car bombing at a checkpoint in Mosul killed 8 people and injured 18 others, while militants shot dead 4 others in the city. Fourteen others were killed and 19 wounded in other attacks across Iraq, including incidents in Baghdad, Baiji, Baqubah and Kirkuk.[42]
    11 Car bombing 13 28 Cilvegözü, Turkey A car bomb exploded at the Bab al-Hawa border crossing between Turkey and Syria, killing 13 people, including 3 Turkish citizens. At least 28 others were injured in the blast, which occurred after a Syrian-registered minivan was detonated close to a customs building on the Turkish side of the border.[43]
    16 Bombing 84 190 Quetta, Pakistan A bomb attached to a motorbike exploded at a market in Hazara Town on the outskirts of Quetta, killing at least 84 and injuring almost 200 others. Most of the victims were members of the predominantly Twelver Shia minority, and authorities expected the death toll to rise due to the large number of serious injuries.[44] Lashkar-e-Jhangvi
    17 Car bombings 37 130 Baghdad, Iraq A series of car bombs struck the Iraqi capital, killing at least 37 and injuring more than 130 others. Most of the attacks took place in Shiite parts of the city, including Sadr City.[45] Islamic State of Iraq
    21 Car bombings 83 250+ Damascus, Syria A huge car bomb exploded next to the Ba'ath Party offices in Damascus, killing 61 and injuring more than 200. The attack killed mostly civilians and was the deadliest in the capital during the civil war. Both the government and the SNC condemned the blast. In addition, three bombings killed 22 and injured 50 in the suburb of Barzeh. Most of the victims were government soldiers. [46] [47] Al-Nusra Front Suspected
    21 Bombings 17 119 Hyderabad, India Two blasts occurred at crowded intersections in the Indian city of Hyderabad, killing 17 and injuring more than 100 others. Authorities suspected the Islamist Indian Mujahideen group of being behind the bombings. [48] [49] Indian Mujahideen Suspected
    25 Suicide bombing 7 several Kidal, Mali Seven MNLA members were killed and several injured in a suicide bombing at a checkpoint in the northern Malian city of Kidal. Similar attacks killed 7 people in Kidal and near Tessalit the week before, both claimed by MUJWA, an AQIM splinter group.[50] MUJWA
    26 Shooting 17 0 Ghazni Province, Afghanistan A group of 17 Afghan Local Police recruits were shot to death after being drugged by Taliban infiltrators. The group later claimed responsibility for the attack, which was the deadliest of its kind to date.[51] Afghan Taliban
    28 Bombings, shootings 33 70 across Iraq A string of bombings and shootings killed 33 and injured 70 others in Iraq. Most of the victims came from a double bombing near a Baghdad stadium, while other attacks took place in Mosul and the Triangle of Death. [52] Islamic State of Iraq
    March

    Date Type Dead Injured Location Details Perpetrator
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    3 Car bombings 48 180 Karachi, Pakistan At least 48 people were killed and scores injured after twin bombings struck Shi'ite faithful as they were leaving a prayer hall. Authorities suspected the Sunni militant group Lashkar-e Jhangvi of being behind the attacks. [53] Lashkar-e Jhangvi Suspected
    4 Ambush 64 10 Akashat, Iraq Unidentified gunmen ambushed a Syrian Army convoy escorted by Iraqi soldiers, killing 51 Syrians and 13 Iraqis. The well-planned assault took place in Akashat, near the desert border between the two nations. The Islamic State of Iraq claimed responsibility for the attack on March 11. [54] [55] Islamic State of Iraq
    9 Shooting 7 0 Bauchi State, Nigeria The Islamist Ansaru group shot and killed seven hostages it had been holding since an assault on an oil facility in Northern Nigeria on February 7. The victims included four Lebanese, as well a Briton, a Frenchman and a Greek.[56] Ansaru
    9 Suicide bombings 19 16 Kabul and Khost, Afghanistan Suicide bombings next to the Afghan Defense Ministry in Kabul and an ISAF patrol in Khost killed 19 and injured 16 others. Both incidents took place as US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel was on his first official visit to the country. [57] Afghan Taliban
    13 Suicide bombing 10 10 Kunduz, Afghanistan A suicide bomber detonated his vest at a buzkashi game in the northern province of Kunduz, killing 10 and injuring 10 others. Among those killed was the district's police chief. [58]
    13 Bombings, shootings 5 10 Srinagar, India Two gunmen assaulted a CRPF camp in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, killing 5 troops and injuring 10 others. Authorities suspected the Hizbul Mujahideen or Lashkar-e-Taiba of being behind the attack. [59]
    14 Car bombings, Shootings 33 72 Baghdad, Iraq A coordinated series of attacks near the Justice Ministry in Baghdad left 7 insurgents and 24 civilians dead, while 57 others were wounded. Various other incidents across the country killed 2 and injured 15. [60] Islamic State of Iraq Suspected
    17 Car bombing 10 24 Basra, Iraq A rare car bombing struck Basra, killing 10 civilians and injuring 19 others. The blast took place close to a bus station on the outskirts of Iraq's second largest city. An earlier bombing near a tax department injured 5 people. [61]
    18 Car bombing 10 20 Mogadishu, Somalia The Islamist al-Shabaab group claimed responsibility for a car bombing near Mogadishu's National Theater that killed 10 and wounded 20 others, including the city's intelligence chief Khalif Ereg. [62] [63] al-Shabaab
    18 Suicide bombing 41 44 Kano, Nigeria A suicide bomber attacked a bus station in a predominantly Christian area of Kano, killing 41 passengers and injuring dozens more. [64] [65] Boko Haram Suspected
    19 Bombings, shootings 98 240 across Iraq A series of coordinated bombings and shootings across central and northern Iraq killed 98 people and left more than 200 injured on the 10th anniversary of the beginning of the Iraq War. At least 61 were killed and 148 wounded in Baghdad alone, where most of the major attacks took place. [66] Islamic State of Iraq
    21 Car bombing 15 40 Peshawar, Pakistan A car bombing at the Jalozai refugee camp near Peshawar killed at least 15 and injured 40 others. Authorities suspected the Lashkar-e-Islam group of staging the attack in response to recent arrests. [67] Lashkar-e-Islam Suspected
    21 Suicide bombing 42 84 Damascus, Syria A suicide bombing inside a Damascus mosque killed 42 people and injured 84 others. Among the dead was prominent Sunni cleric Mohamed Al-Bouti, a longtime ally of the Syrian regime and the Imam of the Umayyad Mosque. The SNC condemned the attack, while the Free Syrian Army denied responsibility. [68]
    22 Shootings, bombings 25 -- Ganye, Nigeria Unidentified gunmen attacked at least 13 locations in Ganye, a city in Nigeria's northeastern Adamawa State, including the local police HQ, a bank and several local bars. At least 25 people were killed in the two-hour assault, including the deputy chief of the local prison, where 127 inmates were freed. [69] Boko Haram Suspected
    22-23 Bombings 26 36 across Pakistan A bomb planted in a rickshaw exploded near a hotel at the main bazaar in Dera Allah Yar in Balochistan on March 22, killing 9 and injuring 24 others. [70] A suicide car bombing at a checkpoint near Miranshah in North Waziristan killed 17 soldiers and injured 12 others on the next day. [71]
    29 Suicide bombing 10 31 Peshawar, Pakistan A suicide bomber detonated his vest at a checkpoint near the US consulate in Peshawar, killing 10 people and injuring 31 others, most of them civilians. [72]
    29 Car bombings 24 151 across Iraq A series of car bombs exploded at four Shi'ite mosques in Baghdad and one in Kirkuk, leaving at least 22 people dead and 144 others wounded. In addition, an IED blast north of the capital killed 2 security officers and injured 7 others. [73]
    April

    Date Type Dead Injured Location Details Perpetrator
    [Note 1]
    State Non-
    state
    1 Bombings, shootings 45 78 Tikrit, Iraq A tanker bomb exploded at the police headquarters in Tikrit, killing at least 42 people and injuring 67 others. Other attacks across the country left 3 dead and 11 others injured, including the mayor of Tuz Khormato and at least four journalists. [74] Islamic State of Iraq Suspected
    3 Assault 55 100+ Farah, Afghanistan A group of militants wearing suicide vests attacked the courthouse in Farah in an attempt to free Taliban fighters standing trial. At least 34 civilians and 12 members of the security forces were killed during the assault, along with 9 insurgents. More than 100 others were injured in the attack, which was later claimed by the Afghan Taliban. [75] Afghan Taliban
    5 Ambush 12 0 Bayelsa, Nigeria Militants ambushed a police patrol boat in Nigeria's southern delta region, killing all 12 occupants. The MEND group claimed responsibility, saying it was in response to jail sentence given to their leader Henry Okah. [76] MEND
    6 Bombings, shootings 29 64 Baqubah, Iraq A suicide bomber killed 22 and injured 55 at a political rally for a local Sunni candidate in Baqubah. Other attacks across the country killed 7 and injured 9 others, most of them members of the security forces. [77] Islamic State of Iraq Suspected
    8 Roadside bombing 9 22 Wardak, Afghanistan A roadside bomb exploded under a bus travelling southwest of Kabul, killing 9 people and injuring 22 others. [78] Afghan Taliban Suspected
    8 Suicide bombing 15 53 Damascus, Syria A suicide bomber detonated his vehicle in central Damascus, killing 15 people and injuring 53 others. The attack took place on Sabaa Bahrat Square, next to the Central Bank of Syria. [79]
    11 Roadside bombing 2 6 Pattani, Thailand A roadside bomb hit a military patrol in the Panare District of Pattani Province, killing 2 soldiers and injuring 6 others. [80]
    14 Suicide bombings 35 40+ Mogadishu, Somalia A team of 9 militants wearing suicide vests attacked the Supreme Court building in the Somalian capital, killing at least 35 people and leaing scores injured. The insurgent group al-Shabaab later claimed responsibility for the attack, the biggest it has staged since being chased out of Mogadishu in August 2011. [81] [82] al-Shabaab
    15 Bombings 32 200+ across Iraq A string of attacks across Iraq left 32 dead and more than 200 others injured. The wave of attacks began with 7 bombings in Baghdad that killed 15 and wounded 73. Attacks also took place in Kirkuk, Baqubah, Tikrit, Fallujah, Nassiriyah and Mussayab. [83] Islamic State of Iraq Suspected
    15 Bombings 2 132+ Boston, United States Two bombs were detonated near the finish line of the 2013 Boston Marathon, killing at least 2 people and leaving more than 132 others injured. [84
    Thats fine and dandy. Im not dumb, and I realize this happens all the time. I am not claiming that this event has some kind of importance over those. But saying that we should just ignore it is however dumb.

    Also, there is kind of a difference in an attack where it is common, and one that happens on US soil. It happens over there for different reasons that it would happen over here, as a vast majority of our population is not suicide bombing religious zealots.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heartview View Post
    Thats fine and dandy. Im not dumb, and I realize this happens all the time. I am not claiming that this event has some kind of importance over those. But saying that we should just ignore it is however dumb.
    ​I don't want this event to be ignored, just not sensationalized and dwelled upon for weeks.
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    Daum, that's a lot of fucking bombings O.o

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heartview View Post
    Thats fine and dandy. Im not dumb, and I realize this happens all the time. I am not claiming that this event has some kind of importance over those. But saying that we should just ignore it is however dumb.
    Man, I'm not saying we should ignore it, I'm saying it's way too much of a coincidence that every time there is some sort of freedom-stripping bill about to be passed, a tragic event happens. Also, as much as I am an insensitive bastard, I do not wish harm on others, also, I apologize for being harsh before. It is not beneath me to know when I become a bit too harsh.

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    ​I don't want this event to be ignored, just not sensationalized and dwelled upon for weeks.
    Believe me, neither do I. US media is fucked no doubt, but the sensationalism that comes later is different than the initial reaction and effort to get to the bottom of things after it happens. Saying that you dont want a tragedy to be recognized for what it is, in fear of it getting plastered over hyper-active sensationalist news sites is not right.

    Also, everyone is still breezing over my original point that a bombing has nothing to do with an internet bill, and has no reason to be belittled because some internet bill has cropped back up.

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    Man, I'm not saying we should ignore it, I'm saying it's way too much of a coincidence that every time there is some sort of freedom-stripping bill about to be passed, a tragic event happens. Also, as much as I am an insensitive bastard, I do not wish harm on others, also, I apologize for being harsh before. It is not beneath me to know when I become a bit too harsh.
    You seem to be in the same position as above. You fear the reaction from a warped news media, so you try and jump the gun on moving on. There has to be a balance between remembering past events to prevent further ones, and over hyping it to create fear and drive up ratings.

    Also, again, just because there is a bill coming up, does not mean that things just start blowing up. If this bombing was motivated by the bill than sure, but there is literally nothing to say otherwise. A wild conspiracy theory that this was intentional to get people to forget about this bill is also pretty far fetched. Of all the crazy shit that has been passed, almost none of them coincided with national tragedies such as this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heartview View Post
    Believe me, neither do I. US media is fucked no doubt, but the sensationalism that comes later is different than the initial reaction and effort to get to the bottom of things after it happens. Saying that you dont want a tragedy to be recognized for what it is, in fear of it getting plastered over hyper-active sensationalist news sites is not right.

    Also, everyone is still breezing over my original point that a bombing has nothing to do with an internet bill, and has no reason to be belittled because some internet bill has cropped back up.
    Well that was Lehsyrus, and to be honest I can't see the connection.
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    Well that was Lehsyrus, and to be honest I can't see the connection.
    Which was my original point. Hence the sarcastic remark about politicizing things that have nothing to do with what just happened.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heartview View Post
    Believe me, neither do I. US media is fucked no doubt, but the sensationalism that comes later is different than the initial reaction and effort to get to the bottom of things after it happens. Saying that you dont want a tragedy to be recognized for what it is, in fear of it getting plastered over hyper-active sensationalist news sites is not right.

    Also, everyone is still breezing over my original point that a bombing has nothing to do with an internet bill, and has no reason to be belittled because some internet bill has cropped back up.



    You seem to be in the same position as above. You fear the reaction from a warped news media, so you try and jump the gun on moving on. There has to be a balance between remembering past events to prevent further ones, and over hyping it to create fear and drive up ratings.

    Also, again, just because there is a bill coming up, does not mean that things just start blowing up. If this bombing was motivated by the bill than sure, but there is literally nothing to say otherwise. A wild conspiracy theory that this was intentional to get people to forget about this bill is also pretty far fetched. Of all the crazy shit that has been passed, almost none of them coincided with national tragedies such as this.
    I can assure you it's not fear, as I find the media absolute rubbish. The media hasn't correlated the tragedies in conjunction with the bills being passed, I still find it highly peculiar that there is always SOMETHING that happens right before these bills are brought into voting. Everytime, SOMETHING happens, it's just too much of a coincidence for me to look at another angle. I am a bit of a conspiracy theorist (I'm not drastic such as believing the WTC was bombed on 9/11 and the planes didn't exist as many others say), but I do look at many angles before thinking what I do, and I find this way too much of a coincidence to be a coincidence.

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