I'm sure you've seen multiple posts about the armed gang of Chechen rebels that took hundreds of children, parents and teachers hostage on the first day of school in Beslan, located in North Ossetia, near Chechnya, where rebels have been fighting Russia and demanding independence for that small republic.
I've just got three things to say about that.
1. I don't care what your agenda is, what you are fighting for, whether it's righteous or not, whether your enemies is the anti-Christ, or anything else. When you use a bunch of innocent children like this, you deserve nothing but the worst treatment and punishment, as far as I'm concerned. It's a sticky point with me, sure...but I, for one, hope you are gunned down in cold blood.
2. THIS is terrorism, friend. Keep your whiny "orange alerts" to yourself; who are you kidding? Those "alerts" are nearly s much a factor of terrorism as the supposed events, and, in the meantime, shit like this
is happening around the world.
3. On a weird note, maybe it's just some of my personal obsessions, and only a few people will find this as odd as I did, but my internal conspiracy-theorist twitched at seeing these stats: "There also was a report that 23 bodies, including 17 children, were outside a hospital morgue..."
23? 17?!? Interesting coincidence....