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English Churches Susceptable To Terrorist Attack. Internet Goes Nuts Over This.

Law abider

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One should not be surprised about this. Oh England, where we get our common law from, it is a simple solution: Churches in small towns I suppose would be suspect more so than larger cathedrals in larger cities which I suppose would get security by the city admin. The solution is to re introduce your rights to protect and defend yourself. parishioners should then arm themselves and protect each other. It is not really shocking.


http://www.theblaze.com/stories/201...termath-of-terrorist-attack-at-french-church/
 
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solus

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One should not be surprised about this. Oh England, where we get our common law from, it is a simple solution: Churches in small towns I suppose would be suspect more so than larger cathedrals in larger cities which I suppose would get security by the city admin. The solution is to re introduce your rights to protect and defend yourself. parishioners should then arm themselves and protect each other. It is not really shocking.
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/201...termath-of-terrorist-attack-at-french-church/
write the Queen and apprise Her of your epiphany and ask Her to change the laws and restore brits ability to carry handguns.

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The really bad part is the tweetstorm or whatever you call those things it started. Flock of ducks sitting near the pond and all.

No one seemed to recognize or care how accurate the original guy was.

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solus

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The really bad part is the tweetstorm or whatever you call those things it started. Flock of ducks sitting near the pond and all. No one seemed to recognize or care how accurate the original guy was.
Nemo
of course, Martin Brunt, a crime correspondent for Sky News journalist, is i am sure as our American journalists are, consummate experts in security, therefore quite able to assist the Church of England and Her Majesty on how to mitigate the issue.

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