I've learned to expect just about anything over the course of my lifetime, but that doesn't mean I'm not taken by surprise from time to time. Not that this is something I see as life changing in the Middle East, as it still leaves the provision for bombing anything seen as terroristic in nature, which, as we've seen, is determined by people with no moral compass at all.
It is interesting to note what date a Parisian concert hall was sold so it's former owners could retire to Crime Syndicate Nation... Also interesting to note that there is an 'Ozzy makes kids worship the devil' element in play with a band, who is not actually metal, nor death metal, yet whose name contains these genre headings is implicated somehow... Nearest I can tell, this band is Spinal Tap, which is to say, they take themselves as a joke to such extent that everyone else does too. Otherwise, they might have earned some notoriety in the almost 20 years they've been around outside of 'people were shot at their concert in Paris'.
Some may claim encryption is a real problem in trying to prevent these attacks, but then, these people are known liars. The big brother surveillance state is not a workable solution, it wasn't designed to be. Sure there is encryption, but that doesn't beat cunning linguists who replace all the bad words with innocuous bullshit frivolity, does it? Mob bosses did it and most of them weren't known to have bachelors of English accredited to them.
One thing is certain, or maybe a lot less than certain... Um, never mind, I have no idea where that was going.
Oh, now I remember, the fictitious world has you. It has us all in some shape or form regardless of how aware you are of the bindings. We all interact here on some level, we are all slaves to currency even if we are debtless and want for nothing, there are still some day to day needs that somebody's charging to deliver. The obviousness of the collapsing fake narrative is closing in on the corrupt fucks who propagate it is growing. (Not sure who signed off on that search warrant, but I suspect they'll be thrown under the bus soon enough, possibly literally.)