March 23, 2017
This is fantastic.
MAKING MY WAY DOWNTOWN pic.twitter.com/PReBdNmbaS
— Reinhard (@Reinhard_Wolff) March 23, 2017
Reinhard, if that’s your OC, then I salute you.
SALUTE YOU WINK WINK WINK WINK WINK.
This entire “religion of peace” narrative has to collapse soon.
They are all in on it and everyone knows they’re all in on it. Even if people are trying to be PC, and saying “oh well, they’re not all like that…” they know on a biological level that they are all part of the same group and that their group is coming against our group, attempting to conquer our group.
Erdogan is doing us a big favor on this front.
The same day he says “you won’t be safe walking the streets,” a bunch of people get run over in a car while walking the streets.
The media isn’t making that connection, by the way, but I assume I’m not the only one who is. Effectively, Erdogan ordered this attack. Or perhaps literally he ordered this attack.
At some point, a survival mechanism is going to take over. I believe that. Yesterday I was frustrated, but I do believe we are reaching a turning point, where normal people are going to say “you know, I really don’t like these people killing us on the streets.”
We have been given, thus far, no explanation at all as to why all of these hostile people are being brought into our country. The Paki terrorist Mayor of London says that terrorism is just something people have to learn to live with.
You have to be kidding me?!: Terror attacks are part of living in big city, says London Mayor Sadiq Khan https://t.co/uSm2pwRTjO
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) March 22, 2017
Mayor Sadiq Khan warned Londoners that terrorist attacks are “part and parcel” of living in a big city in the wake of the September bombing in New York City.
“It is a reality I’m afraid that London, New York, other major cities around the world have got to be prepared for these sorts of things,” Khan told the Evening Standard. “That means being vigilant, having a police force that is in touch with communities, it means the security services being ready, but also it means exchanging ideas and best practice,” he continued.
Khan also condemned President Donald Trump’s proposed travel ban saying in May, 2016, that “London has proved him wrong,” in its inclusive approach to counter-terrorism.
Khan released a statement Tuesday thanking police for their quick response time after an apparent terrorist attack in London.
But all terrorism is Islamic – at least for the last 20 years this has been the case. So we wouldn’t have to learn to live with it if we didn’t have any Moslems in our countries.
That is just simple math.
So I do think, other than in Germany and Sweden, things are going in the right direction. These narratives are getting more and more difficult to sustain, especially with Donald Trump up there saying “yeah but why tho?”
A couple things have broken, which don’t really deserve their own articles. So I’ll just throw them in this article with that great video that did deserve its own article.
ISIS has claimed responsibility.
The Islamic State has claimed responsibility of the terror attack that left four people dead, including the attacker and a police officer, outside of London’s Parliament building on Wednesday, according to AMAQ media agency.
ISIS called that attacker a ‘soldier of the Islamic State.’
The claim of responsibility comes fewer than 24 hours after a man a man driving an SUV plowed into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge near the Parliament building. Two people were killed and more than 30 others injured before the attacker fatally stabbed police officer Keith Palmer on the Parliament’s grounds. Police shot and killed the attacker.
He’s British born and was under surveillance by MI-6.
The Westminster attacker was British-born and known to the police and intelligence services, the prime minister has revealed.
In a statement to the Commons, Theresa May said he had been investigated some years ago over violent extremism but had been a “peripheral figure”.
Theresa isn’t afraid.
“Yesterday, an act of terrorism tried to silence our democracy,” Mrs. May said. “We are not afraid, and our resolve will never waver in the face of terrorism.”
She added that the assault “an attack on free people everywhere.”
Specifically though, Theresa, it seems to have been an attack by Moslems on non-Moslems.
I don’t think there’s a need to complicate that.