Monday, 19 June 2017

Well, As The Mayor Said...

...it's all just part and parcel of living in a big city, isn't it?
The Muslim Council of Britain condemned the attack as 'the most violent manifestation' yet of Islamophobia and called for extra security around mosques, which the Met has now promised.
But I thought they were overstretched..?
Jamal, 21, told MailOnline: 'I think it's terrible what happened in so many locations I don't know if I'm going to be alive tomorrow, I'm worried what's going to happen tomorrow, it's scary
'It's not safe in London, total, 100 per cent it is not safe, I'm worried to come out of my house right now, it's not safe.'
You'd need a heart of stone, wouldn't you?

7 comments:

Lord T said...

I thought the mayor of London said that it was now going to be standard to get run over by nutters and we just have to live with it. What is the problem now?

The first of many I suspect.

Anonymous said...

Well Jamal, considering that there are many more attacks by Muslims on westerners than there are attacks on Muslims by westerners, I would have thought you would be safer than anyone else. However, I can understand your concern and, in order that you have a happy and peaceful life, please feel free to go to any Islamic country in the world AND STAY THERE!
Penseivat

Fahrenheit211 said...

I've noticed that although many Muslims are tardy and evasive when it comes to calling out Islamic terrorism, or even using the 'T' word, Islamic 'community leaders' seem to be a whole lot more enthusiastic about moaning about terrorism when it's aimed at the community that normally produces so many violent thugs.

Although I deplore this vehicular attack in Finsbury Park and believe it to be counterproductive, I can't help but notice that the Muslims are whining a whole lot more louder about terror when the terror boot is being worn by someone else, someone not a Muslim. Odd that isn't it?

Penseivat is correct to draw a comparison with this attack and the many more Islam attacks that have occurred. In a piece at my place I calculated that the one person who has died possibly as a result of this attack or possibly not represents one 34th of the number of people that Muslims have killed in terror attacks in the UK since the start of the year. It also represents just one thousandth of the number of people that Muslims have murdered since the start of Ramadan 2017.

It's also interesting to note that the attitude to this incident in the alternative media is 180 degrees away from the MSM attitude. Whilst the MSM is whining about 'Islamophobia' and giving a platform to some pretty distastful and dishonest Islamic grievance mongers, others are engaging in a celebratory tone not dissimilar to that expressed by Islamics in the Middle East when Muslim terrorists kill Westerners. It's disturbing to see so many people calling the driver of the van a 'hero' or saying 'it's the start of the fight back' but then on the other hand Britain, like so many other Western nations has seen an awful lot of provocation from the followers of Islam. I'm saddened by this incident but not altogether surprised that it has occurred.

http://www.fahrenheit211.net/2017/06/19/i-told-you-this-would-happen-van-ploughs-into-people-leaving-london-terror-linked-mosque/





Anonymous said...

Lone wolf
Mentally ill
Not representative of Christianity.
Light some candles, hold hands,update your Facebook status.
Etc etc
Jaded.

Pcar said...

Jamal: "'It's not safe in London, total, 100 per cent it is not safe, I'm worried to come out of my house right now, it's not safe.'"

Solution: move to a MENA country then, I'm sure your fellow RoPs will help with costs.

Bill Maher:

"The Religion of Piece (RoP) - there's a piece of you here, a piece over there"

selsey.steve said...

Speaking on BBC news Monday afternoon, Massoud Shadjareh, who is the chairman of the so-called Islamic Human Rights Commission labelled political commentator Douglas Murray, right-wing journalist Katie Hopkins, and reformist Muslim and former government adviser Maajid Nawaz, “hate preachers”.
“Unfortunately, this is something that was bound to happen sooner or
later,” he said near the site of the attack. “The level of hatred that
is being increased, on a daily basis, it is very dangerous and it could
lead to something like this.”

So Manchester, London Bridge, Lee Rigby, the London Tube bombings and the sexual abuse of hundreds, if not thousands of vulnerable, under-aged kufur white girls has nothing to do with any rising dislike of the deranged followers of the Religion of Pieces?
Gosh! Who would have believed it! It's all these damned reporters insisting on telling the truth who are to blame.

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