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18-04-2019, 01:07   #61
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Conspiracy theorists gonna conspire no matyer what.
Conspiracy theorists don't conspire!!....they theorise that others have conspired to perform a certain act or acts.
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18-04-2019, 07:18   #62
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If this was ISIS they would have come out and said so. I think it was an accident personally. If it was done deliberate, then their investigation team has not found the evidence.

The investigation has only begun tbh.

https://edition.cnn.com/2019/04/17/e...ntl/index.html

As of yet they have not ruled out other scenarios afaik

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Sure, but we don't have any such proof, and cctv would not prove anything re arson or not anyway, yet we have every reason to be suspicious, as I said not least in the light of recent events in France...
The reason the damage wasnt as baf as feared was because the fire started in the roof. You can see from the pictures that there is very little damage down on the main area and it's mostly confined to the roof area.

Now, you're an arsonist and you're about to burn down one of the worlds most iconic buildings... do you start the fire on the ground level to do the most damage and also to have a chance to escape? Or do you climb to the roof and start a fire to do a half assed job and possibly die in the process?
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It's was most likely an accident. That wood is 100's of years old. Extremely dry so it wouldn't take much for it to go up in flames.
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It's was most likely an accident. That wood is 100's of years old. Extremely dry so it wouldn't take much for it to go up in flames.
Oooh interesting, the Muslims would've known this.

Only Luciferian Marxist globalists would deny that.
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Tbh I can see why some may have their suspicions following this

This just 5 days ago ...
https://www.thejournal.ie/france-jai...90216-Apr2019/

Afaik theres been two prior attempted attacks in the vicinity of the church ...

That said the building work is the most likely culprit. On the news tonight they were detailing that they were starting to interview the workers
It's racist to point out that there have been attacks on churches in France commited by Muslims, apparently it shouldn't be mentioned at all.
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It's racist to point out that there have been attacks on churches in France commited by Muslims, apparently it shouldn't be mentioned at all.
Do your arms not get tired banging that same old drum every day?
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The reason the damage wasnt as baf as feared was because the fire started in the roof. You can see from the pictures that there is very little damage down on the main area and it's mostly confined to the roof area.

Now, you're an arsonist and you're about to burn down one of the worlds most iconic buildings... do you start the fire on the ground level to do the most damage and also to have a chance to escape? Or do you climb to the roof and start a fire to do a half assed job and possibly die in the process?

Yes, I know that, good point, surely the easiest way would be to walk inside with all the tourists and toss a firebomb on some wooden stuff…though with the construction going on up on the roof, whatever exactly they were doing there, it could also have been done by one of the construction crew, an arsonist masquerading as one of the crew maybe…just speculating wildly here, but stranger things have happened…and we have seen numerous attacks on French churches lately, so there definitely are those who would torch the main one if they could, and for shock and terror rather than complete destruction…with that said, an accident (i.e. neglect) does seem most likely, though such a construction site on a building of that importance would normally have maximum fire safety in place with a 24/7 fire watch and all, and a contingency plan on part of the fire brigade…oh, and cui bono anyway? though who knows, maybe really just laissez-faire…
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It's racist to point out that there have been attacks on churches in France commited by Muslims, apparently it shouldn't be mentioned at all.
It not racist, never mind them. Each event is different and you have to be objective though. I seen some of the threads already on conspiracy forums, and evidence is weak this was deliberate.

The investigation is not over- gozunda link confirms this. Right now though the evidence suggests it was not deliberate, it was an accident.
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Oooh interesting, the Muslims would've known this.

Only Luciferian Marxist globalists would deny that.

Well according to the other thread it was obviously a bunch of extreme Christians because the cathedral and / or it's rebuilding is the same as Worshiping the golden calf etc and is therefore not Christian!

Bet no one else came up with that one eh

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The reason the damage wasnt as baf as feared was because the fire started in the roof. You can see from the pictures that there is very little damage down on the main area and it's mostly confined to the roof area.

Now, you're an arsonist and you're about to burn down one of the worlds most iconic buildings... do you start the fire on the ground level to do the most damage and also to have a chance to escape? Or do you climb to the roof and start a fire to do a half assed job and possibly die in the process?
Username fits

Tbh the damage is fairly bad all the same - they reckon it could take up to 1 billion to restore. The roof seems to have been the most flammable part with a 'forest' of nearly 1000 year old roof beams. Certainly setting it on fire would be one way off p*ssingn of the neighbours if anyone had a mind too. Thats said it was the area most likley to go up in flames anyway - same has happened to many old buildings whilst being restored.

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Because creating conspiracy theories about how everyone is out to get us does wonders for the fabric of society.

Sure, so let’s impose full speech and thought control, stifle free thought and keep things quiet to preserve the fabric of society...
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Sure, so let’s impose full speech and thought control, stifle free thought and keep things quiet to preserve the fabric of society...
There has to be evidence for a theory. Assuming it was Muslims (or anyone else for that matter) while the building was still burning is the absolute height of stupidity.

The only thing that should be stifled here is stupidity.
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Sure, so let’s impose full speech and thought control, stifle free thought and keep things quiet to preserve the fabric of society...
Yes. That’s the blindingly obvious solution I was implying. Solidarity brother.
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oh, and, as some around here seem to be experts in putting out cathedral fires, what should they have done?
You're the one claiming to be a cathedral fire expert?
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