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(608 posts)
Thu Dec 3, 2015, 12:53 PM Dec 2015

Classifying the San Bernardino shooters:

Arguments ranging between workplace violence killings and ISIS style inspired foreign killings.

Authorities struggle to classify - does it occur to any of them that there is an overlap here?

1) Vengeance on those he worked with for real or perceived slights of whatever kind.
2) Slaughter of the infidel in the infidel's own land. And by dropping off the baby and heading back toward the kill zone; they ensured they would be killed, and on their way to Allah-la-la land for their reward.

What a coup, what a 2fer, a gall dang BOGO!

Sarcastic - yes
Insensitive - probably to many it will be...but is not meant so.
Things are not always black and white.


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Classifying the San Bernardino shooters: (Original Post) Blus4u Dec 2015 OP
I've coined the term Islamo-postalism flamingdem Dec 2015 #1
I agree. TexasMommaWithAHat Dec 2015 #2


(3,212 posts)
2. I agree.
Thu Dec 3, 2015, 01:05 PM
Dec 2015

And considering that the media has referred to the residence as "IED Central" tells me this is much more than workplace violence, although I absolutely agree it could be both.

- IED (improvised explosive devise).

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