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Old 16.01.2015, 00:38
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Re: France: Charlie Hebdo Office shootings

I've read that the weapons for the attack were actually bought on credit (though the guy faked an income statement to get the loan).
So, is this really the top of the credit-bubble? Terrorist attacks on the nod?
In the old days, they'd rob a bank or two.
These days, even terrorists don't seem to have patience anymore to save the money up front.
On top of it, the loan came with an insurance so his family wouldn't have to pay it back in case he died.

That said, I bet we'll get "By signing, you swear you won't buy weapons or help terrorist with the money we loan you" tugged away somewhere in credit application forms.

I really hate those loons just for that.
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