Reports of shooting at YouTube headquarters

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Gynocentric loudspeaker and man-hating paper of record The Guardian bends over backwards in no less that two articles side by side together to shove it down everyone's throat that this violent, sick and twisted bum who was the mass shooter was an absolute rarity because she was a woman :-

https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2018/apr/04/youtube-shooting-police-identify-woman-opened-fire-hq

https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2018/apr/04/youtube-shooting-gun-attacks-in-the-us-are-rarely-carried-out-by-women

Subheading:- Overall, men are much more likely to commit murders than women are, according to FBI data

Ahh so that makes everything okay then, and if your spinal column has been shot in half by a bullet fired by this psychopathic cünt then you can rest easy for the rest of your life in your special orthopaedic bed while sucking liquidated food through your specially designed pipe/straw with the comfort that this was just a kind of cute and cuddly type of shooting from a scared and frightened "girl" who was surrounded by all of the big bad stuff and men in the big scary world.
 
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Iranian from San Diego... that can mean only ONE thing....
Wrong as usual. She was a vegan animal rights activist and a vegan. If her name was Sinead O'Malley people would be jumping to the conclusion that she was an IRA dissident.
These assumptions tell you more about the bigoted views of the person making them than anything else.
Now, pull your trousers back up! Your face and your arse look like twins.:)
 

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Wrong as usual. She was a vegan animal rights activist and a vegan. If her name was Sinead O'Malley people would be jumping to the conclusion that she was an IRA dissident.
These assumptions tell you more about the bigoted views of the person making them than anything else.
Now, pull your trousers back up! Your face and your arse look like twins.:)
If the woman and family are originally from Iran it is very very likely that she was also a Moslem by upbringing.
Islam is the predominant religion in that country .
Maybe you did not know that?

Or perhaps you have a problem with people making reasonable assumptions based on known data.?
 

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From the BBC News
YouTube shooting: Female suspect 'angry over video postings' - BBC News

"On her website she also ranted against YouTube, saying: "Videos of targeted users are filtered and merely relegated, so that people can hardly see their videos."

She also quotes Adolf Hitler, saying: "Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it."


An incompetent Anders Brevik, then - very lucky there wasn't more injuries.

Hey - but it's okay, it's a woman - the gender of peace

Wonder if there will be any protest marches against the mass-shooter in Ireland at the weekend - you know the way that we like to get involved in protests about stuff which goes on in other jurisdictions and all of that?
 

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Wrong as usual. She was a vegan animal rights activist and a vegan. If her name was Sinead O'Malley people would be jumping to the conclusion that she was an IRA dissident.
These assumptions tell you more about the bigoted views of the person making them than anything else.
Now, pull your trousers back up! Your face and your arse look like twins.:)
she wasn't a radicalised muslim but maybe you just cant shake the culture sometimes, what would Mo do? shooting up Youtube isn't off the list :rolleyes:
 

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Her Iranian background as likely means she was not influenced by islamist fascism.


Does that shock some? Well, you should not all be so quick to accept the paycheck progressives view that all Muslims are the same and there is no struggle between the non fascist one and the islamists.

She was just a nut. She was a PETA supporter. Perhaps PETA should be proscribed. But it does not appear she was acting from a fascist motivation.

A shock to most paycheck progressives and to many right wingers.
Ehmm no. Back before we all became obsessed with Islamist terrorism. I distinctly recall the FBI saying that they regarded the main domestic terror threats in the US to come from two sources: white supremacists (no surprise there) and what did surprise me at the time - animal rights activists/eco-warriors. This was at the time when environmentalists had closed down developments at Vail Colarado through sabotage of construction projects etc.

They said they were more concerned about the latter in some ways because most white supremacists are (a) thick and (b) quite obvious. However the environmentalists were generally much better educated, far brighter, and disturbingly often middle class females, the last category that the FBI usually worries about.
 

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Odd then that worldwide almost all the vicious wars, atrocities , civil wars are occurring in regions where the so called religion of Islam has a strong grip on the minds of the inhabitants.

In turn many of these inhabitants seek to flee to western Christian countries but still can not shake of their conditioning.
 

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If the woman and family are originally from Iran it is very very likely that she was also a Moslem by upbringing.
Islam is the predominant religion in that country .
Maybe you did not know that?

Or perhaps you have a problem with people making reasonable assumptions based on known data.?
Officially it is the predominant belief system.

But a lot of people are not interested. The regime is obsessed with fighting athiesm, Christianity, and Zaroastrianism. And the regime is losing.
 

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The only sane reaction to this tragedy is to remove the vote from women asap.
 

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given that her background is only 1% of the US yet she is the first female spree shooter in a while , its more likely that her background had some bearing than none at all.
 

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If the woman and family are originally from Iran it is very very likely that she was also a Moslem by upbringing.
Islam is the predominant religion in that country .
Maybe you did not know that?

Or perhaps you have a problem with people making reasonable assumptions based on known data.?
No assumption based on one scrap of information is ever reasonable.
Irish people in Britain were victims of those sort of false assumptions and ended up doing long prison sentences for crimes they didn't commit back in the '70s and '80s as a result. Were those false assumptions 'reasonable' too?
 

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she wasn't a radicalised muslim but maybe you just cant shake the culture sometimes, what would Mo do? shooting up Youtube isn't off the list :rolleyes:
You are Irish. Does that make you an IRA terrorist? Ffs! Use your brains here.
The lesson is clear.
Stop making false assumptions based on incomplete and unconfirmed sources. Otherwise you just end up with egg on your face.
 

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given that her background is only 1% of the US yet she is the first female spree shooter in a while , its more likely that her background had some bearing than none at all.
How many Muslim women anywhere have been spree shooters?

There have however been non-Muslim female spree shooters in the US.

You can make yourself a nice cup of tea, and settle down for a read of this, which would be a better use of your time than making your usual evidence-free posts on Pie. :D

https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/ppmzkk/the-sparse-history-of-female-rampage-killers
 

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Officially it is the predominant belief system.

But a lot of people are not interested. The regime is obsessed with fighting athiesm, Christianity, and Zaroastrianism. And the regime is losing.
Would say that islam has nothing to do with this incident. A lot of Iranians who have escaped abroad are quite anti-Islam due to having experienced (or learnt via parental histories of) the regimes oppression. Within Iran this atitude is widespread as far as the majority are concerned it very much seems. (Persian nationalism is often mistaken for support of the regime). As usual the left have backed the wrong horse and will be discredited further when the regime is eventually overthrown from within.
 

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You are Irish. Does that make you an IRA terrorist? Ffs! Use your brains here.
The lesson is clear.
Stop making false assumptions based on incomplete and unconfirmed sources. Otherwise you just end up with egg on your face.
that makes no sense, I wasn't raised to believe in the IRA
 

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I see a parallel between this young woman and the 2 young Chechen boys responsible for the Boston Marathon bombings. Cultural alienation could be an important factor here.
 


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