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so i dont know if everyones heard about the bombings in Madrid...10 bombs hidden in backpacks on the train exploded, 3 more were detonated by the police...at least 192 dead and 1,400 wounded...
http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/ap/20040312/ap_on_re_eu/spain_bombings&cid=518&ncid=716
and of course that fucking nazi Aznar takes this opportunity to gain some votes...elections are 3 days away, so he blames the attacks on ETA, since if people are all riled up about ETA they'll be more likely to vote for his party, the PP becaue they take a strong stance against ETA. Of course, as soon as it happens they point fingers at the basques without even looking into it, and even now that its clear that it WASNT them, they sill keep it up. ok, so now lets look at the facts:
-ETA has always claimed responsibility for their attacks, and in fact usually does so BEFORE the attack occurs.
-ETA denied any involvement.
-In a 3- page entry in an arabic newspaper, the "Brigade of Abu Hafs al-Masri" claimed responsibility in the name of Al Quaeda
-An attack this close to the elections would be incredibly bad for ETA and unusually convinient for the PP
-A van containing detonators and a tape with passages from the Koran was found near the attacks.

whats more, this just doesent look like ETA's handiwork...theyve never done this kindof an attack...they go for individual enemies usually, not large groups of civilians. whats more, a bunch of ETA leaders and resources have been captured recently, so i dont think they'd be in very god shape for such a massive attack now...
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so i dont know if everyones heard about the bombings in Madrid...10 bombs hidden in backpacks on the train exploded, 3 more were detonated by the police...at least 192 dead and 1,400 wounded...
http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/ap/20040312/ap_on_re_eu/spain_bombings&cid=518&ncid=716
and of course that fucking nazi Aznar takes this opportunity to gain some votes...elections are 3 days away, so he blames the attacks on ETA, since if people are all riled up about ETA they'll be more likely to vote for his party, the PP becaue they take a strong stance against ETA. Of course, as soon as it happens they point fingers at the basques without even looking into it, and even now that its clear that it WASNT them, they sill keep it up. ok, so now lets look at the facts:
-ETA has always claimed responsibility for their attacks, and in fact usually does so BEFORE the attack occurs.
-ETA denied any involvement.
-In a 3- page entry in an arabic newspaper, the "Brigade of Abu Hafs al-Masri" claimed responsibility in the name of Al Quaeda
-An attack this close to the elections would be incredibly bad for ETA and unusually convinient for the PP
-A van containing detonators and a tape with passages from the Koran was found near the attacks.

whats more, this just doesent look like ETA's handiwork...theyve never done this kindof an attack...they go for individual enemies usually, not large groups of civilians. whats more, a bunch of ETA leaders and resources have been captured recently, so i dont think they'd be in very god shape for such a massive attack now...
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Aznar is reeeealy fucking pissing me off..its obvious ETA didnt do it, but all the news keeps mentioning them. On yahoo news, they had one article yp just a minute ago that mentioned ETA but said it was most likely the moslem group, and just a minute ago they awitched that article with another one that was several paragraphs about ETA and everyhtign theyve done recently, and then they mention Brigade of Abu Hafs al-Masri twice. its shit.
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"one recent study by Inaki Zabaleta found that 85% of all articles on basques in the US press made a reference to terrorism. The outside world knows little of the 2.5 million Basques exept those 70 faceless commandos The spanish government has learned, as did Franco, that international opinion can be managed"-The Basque History of the World

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so in other words, i got of my ass and attended a meeting of the Takoma Park amnesty chapter at savory today.. got some stuff for the GC group.
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