From a legal standpoint Charlie Hebdo staff was allowed to troll muslims as much as any other faction/group/whatever. They simply weren't smart enough to stop it after repeated threats and getting their locals burned. They saw that as some people wanting to shut their freedom of speech and thus kept on with it. Pretty much everyone was expecting them to be ambushed by angry mobs. Didn't think it would escalate to something like gunfire though.
Then we get some guy who thinks it clever to take hostages shortly later when the cops are still trying to vent some steam.
2. The Red Guards, which mainly consisted for factory workers, peasants and a few military men, were a part of the October Revolution.
3. These Paris intellectuals didn't storm the Bastille alone. Granted, the Reign of Terror rooted from political factionalism and efforts in trying to stop it, but it seemed as if that's what the people supported during that time.
dem GIGN operators tho
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-30785232US Centcom Twitter account 'hacked by Islamic State'
Please further explain your reasoning that the BBC is a propaganda source, expounding upon the manner it which it shows itself to be propaganda, the people who turn information it receives about events into propaganda and their rationale, and the people for and against whom this propaganda is directed and for what purpose.
Does it?I really don't get the point in news papers as their whole point includes twisting the truth.
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