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Fascist Framing Coincidence.

Brain Wash Detergent.
  
Breaking Benjamin - So Cold
  
   
   
   
   
      
Pink Floyd - Another Brick In The Wall
   
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/dec/04/three-women-shot-dead-outside-restaurant-finland
Finland
Finland shooting: three women killed outside restaurant in Imatra

Police say a man has been arrested after a local politician and two journalists were shot with a rifle in small town
  
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The restaurant in Imatra, Finland, where the killings took place. Police said the motive remained unclear. Photograph: Lauri Heino/AFP/Getty Images

Reuters
Sunday 4 December 2016 13.30 GMT

Three women including a local politician and two journalists were shot dead with a rifle outside a restaurant in Finland at around midnight on Saturday night, police say.

A 23-year-old local man with a criminal record was detained at the scene in the small Finnish town of Imatra, the Southeastern Finland police department said.

It said the motive for the killings remained unclear.

“At the moment, it looks like the victims were chosen at random,” DI Saku Tielinen told a news conference.

One of the victims, Tiina Wilén-Jäppinen, was chairwoman of Imatra city council while the other two women were journalists, the police said.
     
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/dec/05/mh370-search-families-of-passengers-to-comb-madagascar-beaches-for-clues
Malaysia Airlines flight MH370

MH370 search: families of passengers to comb Madagascar beaches for clues

Relatives have accused Malaysian authorities of not doing enough as parts believed to be from the missing jet are found on Madagascan coast
  
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Relatives of passengers on flight MH370 meet in Antananarivo, Madagascar, before a search of the country’s beaches for debris. Photograph: Stringer/Reuters

Aislinn Laing in Antananarivo
Sunday 4 December 2016 23.05 GMT

The families of those lost aboard a Malaysia Airlines flight that went missing in 2014 will themselves comb the beaches of Madagascar this week in the hope of finding debris from the plane.

The families, who arrived on the island in the Indian Ocean on Saturday, have criticised Malaysian investigators for not doing enough to find debris, which could reveal more clues about what happened.
  
H is for Hunter.
Flight MH370, carrying 239 passengers and crew, disappeared on its way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on 8 March 2014, sparking a search in the southern Indian Ocean that is still going on.

But many families say they have been dismayed by the failure of the deep-sea debris search more than 1,000 miles off Australia’s western coast, and by what they say is an apparent lack of interest from Malaysian authorities in the growing amount of debris washing up on the other side of the Indian Ocean.

This week, clutching homemade fliers showing what the debris looks like and what to do with it if found, seven bereaved relatives from China, Malaysia and France will travel along Madagascar’s remote coastline to raise awareness among locals and conduct beachcombing searches.

Most paid for their own flight tickets and accommodation, but some of the Chinese contingent were funded by broadcast journalists who travelled with them.
   
Some of the families will travel to Ile Sainte Marie off the north-east coast where debris and potential personal effects are thought to have been found in the past week.

Ghislain Wattrelos, 53, who lost his wife and two teenage children on MH370, said he had quit his job as a marketing director to ensure he would one day be able to give his remaining 23-year-old son some answers.

“I’m involved in this quest for truth because I don’t want him to be involved. One day I will tell him what happened,” he said.

“I will stop searching when I have a definitive answer. I think we will get it one day. I do believe that many people in this world have a small part of the truth and I don’t think they can hide it forever.”

Grace Subathirai Nathan, a Malaysian lawyer who lost her mother, Anne Daisy, on MH370, said the families were alarmed by the suggestion that unless “credible new evidence” was found the inquiry could soon be wound down.

“I can’t understand how they can say that they lack evidence to progress the investigation when there’s debris washing up here all the time,” she said in the Malagasy capital where the families gathered on Sunday to begin a search for debris.
  
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Malaysian Airlines flight MH370: plane was out of control in last moments

“There is still so much to learn from this mystery. They must show that lives matter more than money.”

Nathan said that for most families, it was impossible to accept the worst until they had more answers. “In the logical part of your mind you accept that the plane is in the ocean and they can’t have survived but emotionally it’s different,” she said.

“I still talk about my mother in the present tense, I can never say she is gone. We haven’t been able to live as if she isn’t coming back. Until I see concrete proof, it’s hard to bridge that gap.”

After the discovery of a flaperon on La Reunion in July investigators confirmed the plane was unlikely to have been downed by the pilots since the wings had not been prepared for landing.

Blaine Gibson, a lawyer turned investigator who arrived on Madagascar six months ago, said he has seen debris from the plane used to fan a kitchen fire by a nine-year-old girl on the island.
  
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Investigator Blaine Gibson shows off debris found in Madagascar that he believes could have come from MH370. Photograph: Blaine Gibson

“It was light and it was solid and it was part of the plane,” said Gibson, 59. “When I put the word out around the village, another guy turned up with another piece he had been using as a washing board for clothes.

Gibson said that when tested the debris, which includes parts of the wings, tail and a seat-back from inside the cabin, could determine mechanical failure or external attack.

“They can test for traces of explosive or any sort of shrapnel, if it was a high-speed forceful impact, which is what it looks like because the pieces are small and shredded,” he said.

“The one piece I held in my hand that made tears stream down my face was the seat-back with a coat hook still attached. It’s a striking piece of evidence, powerful and significant because they will be able to tell what type of impact it was in the cabin.”

Debris found by Gibson on a trip to Madagascar in June had been languishing in storage there for months since, awaiting pickup by Malaysian authorities. Gibson said on 3 December that word of the MH370 family members’ trip had “finally” mobilised an investigator to collect it.

Aslam Khan, one of the Malaysian MH370 investigators who arrived in Antananarivo on Sunday to meet local officials and collect the debris, said it was incorrect to suggest the inquiry was winding down.

He said the criticism of the investigation team for its failure to collect the debris in the six months since it was found was “fair”, adding: “but my answer is that we are here now to collect the debris that is with the Madagascan authorities for examination”.

He said he would discuss with local officials whether it was worth funding a comprehensive search of the country’s 2,300-mile coast.

“As far as the investigation team of which I am a member is concerned we will go on until such time as we find some answers,” he said.
  
   
“It was light and it was solid and it was part of the plane,” said Gibson, 59. “When I put the word out around the village, another guy turned up with another piece he had been using as a washing board for clothes.
     
I AM SUING THE GUARDIAN FOR 20,000,000 EUROS!!!
Or more if so the Court decides.

For the crimes of:

1) Conspiracy.
2) Endangering My Life and calling to hunt Me down.
3) Trying to Frame Me as a Criminal.
4) Trying to Frame Me as a Crashed Airplane.
5) Death Threat.
6) Putting My Life in Serious Danger.
7) Trying to Bait Me into a Trap.
8) Seriously Endangering My Guests.
9) Seriously Endangering a Country President.

  
From now on I do not recognize Delta Goodrem or Emma Hewitt as possible links to the British System and I plan to Cancel by Default any such relation. I do that for the safety of the Australians.

From now on only Kate Middleton is the Handle to My System, for the Entire British System Link.
  
 

Lyrics:
  
Pink Floyd - The Wall

We don't need no education
We don't need no thought control
No dark sarcasm in the classroom
Teachers leave them kids alone
Hey! Teachers! Leave them kids alone
All in all it's just another brick in the wall
All in all you're just another brick in the wall

We don't need no education
We don't need no thought control
No dark sarcasm in the classroom
Teachers leave those kids alone
Hey! Teachers! Leave those kids alone
All in all you're just another brick in the wall
All in all you're just another brick in the wall

"Wrong, do it again!"
"If you don't eat yer meat, you can't have any pudding
How can you have any pudding if you don't eat yer meat?"
"You! Yes, you behind the bike sheds, stand still laddy!"

Written by Roger Waters • Copyright © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc
   
Breaking Benjamin - So Cold

Crowded streets all cleared away
One by one
Hollow heroes separate
As they run

You're so cold
Keep your hand in mine
Wise men wonder while
Strong men die

Show me how it ends
It's alright
Show me how defenseless
You really are
Satisfied and empty inside
That's alright
Let's give this another try

If you find your family
Don't you cry
In this land of make believe
Dead and dry

You're so cold
But you feel alive
Lay your hands on me
One last time

Show me how it ends
It's alright
Show me how defenseless
You really are
Satisfied and empty inside
That's alright
Let's give this another try

Show me how it ends
It's alright
Show me how defenseless
You really are
Satisfied and empty inside
That's alright
Let's give this another try

It's alright
It's alright
It's alright
It's alright
It's alright
It's alright
It's alright
It's alright
It's alright

Written by Benjamin Burnley, Jeremy Hummel, Aaron C Fincke, Mark James Klepaski • Copyright © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc, Walt Disney Music Company, Universal Music Publishing Group

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