November 30, 2019
The haji terrorist who killed two people in London yesterday was originally sentenced to serve an “indeterminate sentence” in 2012. He was to be released only when no longer considered a threat and was to serve a minimum of 8 years. Yet here he is in 2019, out and about killing kuffar. How did that happen? The Jew judge Leveson intervened, quashing the indeterminate sentences and replacing them with determinate ones.
BBC, April 16, 2013:
In its judgement, the Court of Appeal said that it was replacing the IPPs with fixed terms and extended licences. The halfway point of the fixed terms – at which point the men are eligible for release on licence – matches the minimum the men would have originally served before they could seek to leave prison.
Lord Justice Leveson said: “There is no doubt that anyone convicted of this type of offence could legitimately be considered dangerous.
“There is an argument for concluding that anyone convicted of such an offence should be incentivised to demonstrate that he can safely be released; such a decision is then better left to the Parole Board for consideration proximate in time to the date when release becomes possible.”
Meanwhile, Paki mayor Sadiq Khan has found a fruitful propaganda line for spinning terror attacks committed by his fellow Moslems.
“They hate us for our diversity”
This cleverly pre-empts the potential whiteboy response of “If we didn’t have all these Moslems, maybe we wouldn’t have all these terror attacks.”
“We’ve got to remind ourselves why we’re a target. Why does a man like this want to attack us? It’s because he hates the fact that we’re pluralistic. We don’t just tolerate each other; we respect and celebrate and embrace each other. He hates the fact that we have Moslems, Christians, Jews, rich, poor, Sikhs, Buddhists, members of organized faiths, those that aren’t, members of the LGBT+ community, all getting on together, really well. They hate that. And what we’ve got to do is remind ourselves we’re a beacon for the rest of the world.”
Londonistan is indeed a beacon for the rest of the world: a warning beacon.