London terror attacks  

Sexysluttylady 48F
532 posts
7/8/2005 4:06 am

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London terror attacks

I'm not one for posting serious things usually and see this site as a means of fun.

However, I have been touched to see the concern expressed towards us in the UK by members worldwide. There have been posts on the magazine pages and I have also received some messages from my email pals from America

When your country comes under attack it does help to see that you have allies all across the world who care about what has happened.

My heartfelt thoughts are with all the victims and their families who have suffered in this appalling attack

And please, no politics on my post, I only want to express my sympathies to the people involved in the attacks and my thanks to members worldwide who have taken the time to express their concern and support - not get into a debate about the politics and whether this will ever end!!


weaponA 58M
58 posts
7/8/2005 4:14 am

I agree that the victims and their families are paramount in our hearts and minds but you have to admit the terrorists timing is immaculate and if Paris had got the games would they have been targetted instead of us? Just too much to take in it's an evil world we live in!

pavers_wife 46M/43F
1 post
7/8/2005 5:07 am

I agree also with what you said. I feel so sorry for the people in London. I really do think it did have something to with the games. The bus that blew up went that way. It is a cold world when you can kill people for no reason.

Michael5491000 47M/47F

7/8/2005 6:10 am

I deeply hope that while we are giving all our love & assistance to those victims that have been directly affected by this act of extreme cruelty, and comfort to those emotionally affected, we don't loose sight that the world is not an evil place.

Please, take it from a Marine, and a cop who is currently on the battlefield of life right now, compassionate of heart, but with gun in hand. I will not tremble, nor will I faulter for you in my duty, for one reason and one reason only... There is more good than evil in the world, I swear it on my life.

Keep the faith, if for no one else, do it for the victims, and the soldiers who are struggling right now with these very issues.

rm_JRoker1200 39M

7/8/2005 6:55 am

I agree whole heartedly. Regards to all our friends in the UK and my condolences to the families of the victims. It's shameful that some people would injure or kill the innocent in frustration against the powerful. Know that as an American, I consider our friends in the UK as brethren and I feel your loss as a brother would. I'm comforted knowing that the good people in this world far outnumber the evil and the wicked. Regards.

rm_talldarkavg1 105M
10172 posts
7/8/2005 7:06 am

United we stand.

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longstayer_69 57M

7/8/2005 10:13 am

Yes indeed a serious subject... and perhaps contrary to some comments I think that it was probably timed to coincide with the G8 meeting, I find it hard to believe that any organisation could have switched targets (between Paris, London, Madrid, New York and Moscow) with 24 hours of the announcement.

...and yes as many people have already commented our thoughts and our hearts go out to those who have been personally impacted by this tragedy / outrage .. call it what you will.

The key point which I think was expressed well by the Prime Minister (flanked by Mr Bush and M. Chirac), that the perpertrators of such acts will not be successful in their objectives. Indeed, such objectives are an anathema to right minded people of whichever race, creed or religeon, the world over.

<gets down of soap box!!>

frananluke 40M
1 post
7/10/2005 3:34 pm

I for one will never be beaten into a submission by these fanatical idiots who hide behind religion as did the IRA, I have been in the forces and still have many friends still in the forces and i for one have seen many a bad thing by these fools.

But i have also seen the good in this world and that is what is worth standing up for and fight the cowards untill they are crushed.

weaponA 58M
58 posts
7/14/2005 1:49 am

You have to remember that these fanatics have cells in every country so I wasn't suggessting that they were switching targets and travelling between 5 targets! It's well known it was between Paris and London as "favourites" to receive the games and what about the bombing in Turkey? These lunatics are a world wide network and the G8 summit didn't help.

weaponA 58M
58 posts
7/15/2005 7:09 am

SSL-don't think about it or else they've won.

weaponA 58M
58 posts
7/19/2005 2:57 am

weaponA 58M
58 posts
7/23/2005 3:37 am

They shot 1 of them yesterday didn't they...not seen news yesterday afternoon...been busy

weaponA 58M
58 posts
7/29/2005 3:18 am

Yes it's a real shame he seems to have been a model citizen

rm_sexym4u2 44M
2 posts
8/4/2005 10:03 am

i live 2 streets away from 1 of these guys i didnt know him but those few that did say he was set up by who i dont know

ferraricp 34M
2 posts
8/12/2005 3:23 pm

hola mi corro es AdultFriendFinder para mujeres

muffinman222 50M
3 posts
8/14/2005 11:40 am

Bin Laden was great when recieving millions of dollars in weapons and money from the good ole USof A to kill Russians. Saddam was great when recieving millions of dollars from the good ole USofA to kill Iranians. Saddam was great when spending lots of money in the good ole USofA buying gas to kill the Kurds. The Taliban were great in the good ole USofA when being courted and treated like royalty in Bushs' own state of Texas in an attempt to get a hold on the Afghans natural resources. See the conection. These arent isolated incidents. The good ole USofA have been sponsoring terrorism for decades and now its come back to haunt them. Unfotunately, Blair, by being crazy Bushs' feeble lap dog has dragged th UK down to Bushs' level as global terrorists

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