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From: Cap_Crunch11/28/17 8:13 AM 
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Breitbart London reported Saturday that many European nations including Germany and the Netherlands had taken to decorating and hiding the anti-terror blocks from view, either painting them bright colours to make them resemble Lego blocks or wrapping them in fabric so they look like gifts.

The resemblance of some blocks to Lego and the responsibility the German chancellor has had for bringing the sudden surge of mass migration to Europe - and with it some believe a spike in radical Islamic Jihad — have led some to christen the defences ‘Merkel Lego’.

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From: Cap_Crunch11/28/17 8:22 AM 
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 7622.2 in reply to 7622.1 

Terror cement blocks are nicely wrapped up in decorative Christmas gift-themes.

snowflake         santa        evergreen_tree          snowman

Mutti Merkel’s ‘Diversity Barriers’ Come to England

British city Hull has followed the growing European trend of dressing up anti-terror barriers as fun Christmas decorations in an effort to hide the “ugly barriers”, as the continent entrenches itself against a spate of radical Islamist terror attacks.

Because cast reinforced concrete has not traditionally been a recognised part of the Western Christmas aesthetic, many local authorities across Europe have taken steps to soften the visual impact of the anti-vehicle barriers, now made necessary to protect large gatherings of people from terror attacks.

While large gatherings of people of all kinds have been targeted by terrorists in recent years across Europe, the December 2016 attack against the Berlin Christmas market has provoked a particularly visible response after asylum seeker Anis Amri murdered a Polish lorry driver, hijacked his vehicle, and drove into the Christmas Celebration, killing 11.


  • Edited November 28, 2017 8:53 am  by  Cap_Crunch

From: Myra (MKratz)11/28/17 10:30 PM 
To: Cap_Crunch  (3 of 16) 
 7622.3 in reply to 7622.2 

GREAT IDEA!! The decoration is cool, what's next, soldier dressed as Santa and elves?




From: Miyuko11/29/17 1:42 PM 
To: Cap_Crunch  (4 of 16) 
 7622.4 in reply to 7622.1 

It is everywhere NOW - some are dedicated BOLLARD builder.

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From: JFrançois (JFra2)11/29/17 10:58 PM 
To: Cap_Crunch  (5 of 16) 
 7622.5 in reply to 7622.1 

These are cool, but I don't think it's the answer for safety!

Child-shaped bollards 'terrifying' 
Published on 3 Sep 2017
Bollards shaped like children have been installed outside schools in Buckinghamshire as a speeding deterrent for motorists.



From: JFrançois (JFra2)11/29/17 11:12 PM 
To: Cap_Crunch  (6 of 16) 
 7622.6 in reply to 7622.2 

The worst Christmas! Last year a tractor run into a crowd in Christmas market in Berlin during a night celebration, killing 12 people and injuring 48 others. Witnesses shoppers screamed and dropped packages and glasses of mulled wine as the truck plowed into the market as an act of terrorism. After a tip, Berlin police arrested a man on foot about a mile and a half away from the crash site.. Some of the 48 people in the hospital had serious injuries. The truck that was involved in the crash at Breitscheidplatz, in the western part of central Berlin.


From: GonghisKhan12/1/17 4:28 PM 
To: Cap_Crunch  (7 of 16) 
 7622.7 in reply to 7622.1 

At least some people try to embellish it all for the Christmas festivities.




From: Sylveria12/3/17 12:55 PM 
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 7622.8 in reply to 7622.1 

The Christmas market on la Croix-Rousse hill in Lyon, France, has been cancelled because organisers cannot afford the €20,000 security budget.

The annual Christmas market, with its stalls, marquee, and farm animals, has been cancelled because the cost of securing the site day and night was prohibitively expensive, whilst towns and cities across Europe are fortifying their Christmas markets with anti-terror barriers, reports Le Progrés.

“For the past year, requests to secure our events have increased,” explained Maïlys, the project manager for the southern French city’s merchants’ association.





From: Cap_Crunch12/9/17 9:44 PM 
To: Miyuko  (9 of 16) 
 7622.9 in reply to 7622.4 

None of these dangerous events ever existed before!




From: Golfeser (irckman)12/12/17 11:15 PM 
To: Cap_Crunch  (10 of 16) 
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