News exposing faults in security


El Barto
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I am just watching the french news about a report the Provincial Police made after the Ottawa shooting about the security of the provincial parliament. In thirty seconds they practically exposed every weakness for a terrorist to get in and where. This report was probably more to get things moving for better security but I wonder how responsible they would feel if by the next day there was a shooting or bombing there?

On the other hand I guess they didn't learn a thing when Marc Lapine waltz in there with a machine gun, he was military.
Oh well .... live and learn and learn and learn and still flunk
 
Locutus
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Quote: Originally Posted by El Barto View Post

I am just watching the french news about a report the Provincial Police made after the Ottawa shooting about the security of the provincial parliament. In thirty seconds they practically exposed every weakness for a terrorist to get in and where. This report was probably more to get things moving for better security but I wonder how responsible they would feel if by the next day there was a shooting or bombing there?

On the other hand I guess they didn't learn a thing when Marc Lapine waltz in there with a machine gun, he was military.
Oh well .... live and learn and learn and learn and still flunk

wow...


Marc Lépine (aka Gamil Gharbi - Algerian father) was a rejected wannabe military psycho with daddy issues who shot and killed 14 women at École Polytechnique with a mini-14 rifle, not a machine gun. The chickensh!t killed himself afterwards.

Denis Lortie, ex-military, while wanting to kill René Lévesque, didn't use a watch so got there too early so he murdered 3 civil servants and wounded 13 others in your Hôtel du Parlement using 2 machine guns and a pistol. This also-psycho was eventually talked down by the Sergeant-at-Arms, René Jalbert.

carry on.
 
El Barto
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Quote: Originally Posted by Locutus View Post

wow...


Marc Lépine (aka Gamil Gharbi - Algerian father) was a rejected wannabe military psycho with daddy issues who shot and killed 14 women at École Polytechnique with a mini-14 rifle, not a machine gun. The chickensh!t killed himself afterwards.

Denis Lortie, ex-military, while wanting to kill René Lévesque, didn't use a watch so got there too early so he murdered 3 civil servants and wounded 13 others in your Hôtel du Parlement using 2 machine guns and a pistol. This also-psycho was eventually talked down by the Sergeant-at-Arms, René Jalbert.

carry on.

Sorry got the names wrong thanks for correcting
 
IdRatherBeSkiing
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I am sure the really good terrorists already know the weaknesses if a journalist can find them.

Appearanltly the guards to the parliment buidings were not armed nor are there any plans to arm them.
 
WLDB
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Quote: Originally Posted by IdRatherBeSkiing View Post

I am sure the really good terrorists already know the weaknesses if a journalist can find them.

Hell i knew them. You only have to go onto the grounds of parliament once to realize there is very little security. Do it a couple times and you would have enough to plan an attack. I imagine that is about to change and its about time.
 
Retired_Can_Soldier
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Listening to the media, in particular the American media (cough cough CNN), one would think that we need to arm the public, close the borders and buy kevlar umbrella's because the f_cking sky is falling. The connection between ISIS and these individuals is tantamount to Justin Beiber being Tupac.

These twits are a one off, okay a two off, but the media is perpetuating this lunacy by making it something which it is not. A terrorist conspiracy.
 
WLDB
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Quote: Originally Posted by Retired_Can_Soldier View Post

Listening to the media, in particular the American media (cough cough CNN), one would think that we need to arm the public, close the borders and buy kevlar umbrella's because the f_cking sky is falling. The connection between ISIS and these individuals is tantamount to Justin Beiber being Tupac.

Well it is the American media. Its what they're good at. A big reason why I stopped watching CNN.
 
SLM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Retired_Can_Soldier View Post

Listening to the media, in particular the American media (cough cough CNN), one would think that we need to arm the public, close the borders and buy kevlar umbrella's because the f_cking sky is falling. The connection between ISIS and these individuals is tantamount to Justin Beiber being Tupac.

These twits are a one off, okay a two off, but the media is perpetuating this lunacy by making it something which it is not. A terrorist conspiracy.

Years ago it was discovered that sex sells. And sell it did!

Then they discovered that abject mortal fear sold even more!

They need to get back to the basics. Selling sex.

I mean, er, um.......

Quote: Originally Posted by WLDB View Post

Well it is the American media. Its what they're good at. A big reason why I stopped watching CNN.

It's a game of one up man ship. The audience is the big loser there though.
 

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