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    Lightbulb Kenyan militia (of sorts) rescued victims at mall

    It turned out they were not rescued by police forces, but by men from the surrounding community, mostly Asian Kenyans, who armed themselves and confronted terrorists armed with automatic weapons.
    http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/w...amily/2885221/

    There's a militia for you...

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    That is why the lame stream media will not say a thing about this
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    Asian Keynans? Really? Such people exist?


    Mall killings ... they are shooting zones in places that dont allow carry ..

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    In much of Africa, people from India or China immigrated and became enterprenuers

    Quote Originally Posted by davidmcbeth View Post
    Asian Keynans? Really? Such people exist?


    Mall killings ... they are shooting zones in places that dont allow carry ..
    In many african countries, people from India or China immigrated and became enterprenuers, setting up small shops and bussinesses. I recall one country tossed them out in a fit of anti-colonial madness, with enormous detrimental effects to the economy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccwinstructor View Post
    In many african countries, people from India or China immigrated and became enterprenuers, setting up small shops and bussinesses. I recall one country tossed them out in a fit of anti-colonial madness, with enormous detrimental effects to the economy.
    Yes, and I call that dictator: Idiot Amin. :-)

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    After looking through the pictures provided on that page I'm amazed at how many photos of rescued shoppers show women still carrying purses and bags.
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    Quote Originally Posted by We-the-People View Post
    After looking through the pictures provided on that page I'm amazed at how many photos of rescued shoppers show women still carrying purses and bags.
    Read the local Nairobi, Kenya news. It turns out that the Kenyan forces may have used a minor incident (a few got weapons through armed security and metal detectors) to excuse their MAJOR incident cover-up to a serious shopping spree.
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