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Post by Incognito » Tue May 23, 2017 9:16 pm

To Manchester today. Difficult to find the right words. This has got to me today. I love her music, so do my daughters. We could have been there !!
No racist comments please , Muslims are not terrorists. Terrorists are terrorists.
So many Muslim Cab drivers took home free of charge victims of last nights atrocity so i won't hear a bad word against race or proper religion. i stand by my fellow Manc Taxi Drivers 8)
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Post by Elland 57 » Tue May 23, 2017 9:25 pm

Sad time. :shock:
Agree with everything you said.
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Post by ICKLE » Tue May 23, 2017 10:03 pm

One of my old school girlfriends was actually there ,,i woke up at 2 am this morning and the news was on and my heart sank when i saw what had happened and thought of her there with her little girl ,,they were/are safe and sound though luckily but extremely shaken and emotional as to be expected ,,,such a shame we have to share the same air as such monsters
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Post by Incognito » Tue May 23, 2017 10:31 pm

This one got to me. I hate this scum!
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Post by mojo98 » Tue May 23, 2017 10:49 pm

I feel for Manchester, and all who have in involved with this outrageous act, :( :( :(
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Post by Probe95 » Tue May 23, 2017 11:40 pm

Any person who commits this kind of atrocity no matter what backgrounds they come from are deemed inferior in my eyes.


Targeting children too inflict maximum damage and terror on a global scale.
Was off work today, but went too Hafyn y mor too speak too the lads and we had a major talk about this, many of them are parents them self's.

Our bloods were at boiling points, showsec security were working last night inside the arena, great job too lads that helped support the emergency services to get everyone out.

No matter what we can't allow and will not allow cowdice acts too demoralise us and keep us from living, in fact its bringing peoples closer too together and making us even stronger.

The Army will be supporting along side the police now too increase our security measures.

We not be able too stop every single terrorist plot or attacks, but were going too beeping will try.

My thoughts and prayers go too all those affected by this terrible act of evil.

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Post by fuerte » Thu May 25, 2017 9:22 pm

I am from a family of brummies so had family out in the night of the Birmingham pub bombings.Hitting a place where there were so many children is just about as bad as it gets.This is just my opinion but I think it is the organisers we must condemn and the people they choose to do the bombings are probably vulnerable brain washed people.No sane person with a reason for living would do this.The people behind it should have the guts to do it themselves and have the guts to show their faces and reveal their identities.
My thoughts are with victims and families and those who experience flashbacks from similiar experiences.
I saw a you tube video of people singing dont look back in anger.We will triumph by standing together and continuing to live our lives in peace with no hate.
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