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coca cola terrorism ( updated)
« on: December 24, 2013, 04:17:14 AM »
A terrorist group by the name FAI/IRF (international revolutinary front...) is threatening to release Coke bottles that will contain 100 mls of hydrochloric acid. A bottle containing the acid and a USB stick were delivered at the offices of zougla.gr (I posted some polls this certain station conducted some time ago. It seems zougla's poll only supports the polls conducted by the British and US embassies that indicate a collapse of the governing parties and the nationalist party Golden Dawn 2nd to SYRIZA radical left coalition).

The article is in greek but has plenty of pictures and a vid. It becomes scary in the last paragraph when it explains the consequences 100 mls of pure non industrial hydrochloric acid on humans...

http://www.zougla.gr/greece/article/vitrioli-se-anapsiktika-950759

They just released this vid linking them to the Conspiracy of Cells of Fire  enumerating their hits and actualy giving a reasoning for their actions. It's all anarcholeftist bla bla.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lYcT2sBfQrc

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lqT_dPApj9U
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Re: coca cola terrorism
« Reply #1 on: December 24, 2013, 06:46:16 AM »
So much for a coke and a smile. Stay safe my friend.

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« Reply #2 on: December 25, 2013, 07:06:54 AM »
Coca-Cola recalls beverages after terrorist proclamation, for preventative reasons
24/ 12/ 2013

 

ANA-MPA -- Coca-Cola in Greece decided to recall preventatively all 500 ml bottles of Coca-Cola Light and Nestea (all flavours), after a terrorist group threatened to add hydrochloric acid to selective bottles and replace them on store shelves.

According to the police, two separate packages, each containing a USB stick and a bottle of each of the above drinks that were found to contain hydrochloric acid, were delivered at the offices of zougla.gr website on Monday afternoon. Analysis proved the presence of acid solutions in both.

In their proclamation on the USB, a group calling itself the FAI/IRF International Revolutionary Front/Nicola and Alfredo Nucleus said that "four days after sending the envelopes we will begin replacing bottles for the next ten days, exactly."

In its reaction on Tuesday, Coca-Cola said in an announcement that "the company has been from the start in close cooperation with authorities to shed light on the case. With a sense of responsibility and under our obligation to protect our consumers, we are proceeding to preventative removal of all separately-sold plastic 500 ml PET containers of Coca-Cola Light and Nestea (all flavours)."

It also said consumers could contact the company at 80011-2222, charge-free, for further information; it also promised to "keep the public immediately updated of any further necessary actions."

In their proclamation the organisation said, among other things, "We have not chosen the holiday season randomly. It is a time when the profits of these global companies multiply. So for 10 days we shall place [on shelves] a total of 63 plastic 500 ml bottles of Coca-Cola Light and 42 plastic 500 ml bottles of Nestea, of all flavours, in metropolitan areas of Athens and Thessaloniki, at all kinds of stores selling these products."

All of the bottles replaced on the shelves, they said, "will contain about 100 ml of a hydrochloric acid solution. We chose hydrochloric acid because we found, after experiments, that in this ratio it does not affect the colouring of Coca-Cola and Nestea, compared to other cleaning fluids like chlorine." The writers of the proclamation called on consumers to avoid buying these products.

Police said that the investigation of the case involving the two USBs and bottles was assigned to the counterterrorism unit and said it had warned the Coca-Cola company, which distributes both beverages, to take all necessary precautions. It also said it had notified the Unified Food Control Agency (EFET).