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1 minute ago, stevenl said:

1.   "Your easily influenced then it's all a front to deceive the infidel, "


2..   "his head won't be screw on long if the Muslim terrorists get hold of him for saying they are not Muslims. "


You realise  realize  you're contradicting yourself here?

Don't see it like that l was replying to the post in 2 parts. :smile:

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17 hours ago, JHolmesJr said:

When youve got some original thoughts to share, we'll be all ears. 


Right now your formula seems to be 90% cut and paste...and 10% insults. 

Except for those of us who post original thoughts, then it becomes 80% deflection and 20% refusal to address the points made.

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21 hours ago, fatdrunkandstupid said:

See now you guys are going round and round in circles again.


Let's refocus on the task at hand.


How do we effectively manage the risk that arises from Islamic terrorism in:


  1. Muslim countries, and
  2. Non Muslim countries


Stay   home and  stop   creating   risk ?


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On 6/6/2017 at 6:35 PM, fatdrunkandstupid said:


The formula for calculating risk is simple:


risk = probability x loss


At present there is a high probability of further attacks that will result in significant loss of life and property.


So the risk may therefore be defined as extreme.


Then turning to effective management we must focus our minds upon the hierarchy of controls.


As this universally accepted risk management framework illustrates, the most effective control for an extreme risk is elimination:




My risk control model as described in the Worksafe Act Guidance contains six levels. Yours only contains five. So mine is better than yours. Please refer to page 11 of the Guidance at



How anyone could possibly relate OHSW procedures to the attack by the American President on the Mayor of London in the middle of a serious and tragic incident is beyond rational comprehension. It trivialises the deaths of those innocent people in London and advances a political agenda that promotes an uncivilized, obscenely bland and mechanical approach to dealing with minorities that is worthy of Reinhard Heydrich at Wansee https://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/article.php?ModuleId=10005477


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On 6/7/2017 at 9:27 AM, stander said:

Khan just can't muster nearly the same amount of disgust for terrorism as he has for President Trump, shrugging his shoulders over radical Islamic terror in September and declaring that attacks were “part and parcel” of life in a big city.

did he really state that terror attacks are "part & parcel" of city life?  seems he is declaring free speech nations with big cities as losers in the war/struggle with little hope for the future... Wow.  

also, perhaps someone can shed some light... why do politician say the attacks are shocking; sadly they aren't anything new, and it would only be shocking if someone not directly or indirectly associated with ISIS committed these types of attacks... can anyone offer an explanation?

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12 hours ago, james1995 said:

London would be like last on my list of places to visit in the whole entire world.  What a dump.

Like last, or actually last? Would it be like behind e.g. Kabul or actually behind Kabul?

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On 6/6/2017 at 6:19 PM, fatdrunkandstupid said:

I agree.


And so on to the next point that requires discussion.


How do you effectively manage the risk that arises from Islamic terrorists?


The only sensible option is to change the education systems, and give them non slave work.  Don't forget the history of what your topic is that spans hundreds and hundreds of years.  It is incredibly difficult to solve religious arguments.  And, "terrorism" has been around forever, it happens to be a new word for and old strategy.  Most of the word will not witness a terror event, unless a nuclear bomb is terror, which sure terrifies a lot of people.  Let's hope for the best.  No easy solution, or I wouldn't exist.  There is plenty of literature, if you really want to know

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