Friday, 22 August 2014

Coming to a street near you

The murder of the Army drummer Lee Rigby on the streets of London last year was portrayed by the 'liberal' media as an aberration, a on-off. The Standard reports that another attack almost happened a couple of days ago:
'A man was charged today with plotting a terror attack on the streets of  London.

Brustchom Ziamani, 19, appeared in court charged with engaging in conduct in preparation of terrorist acts.

He was arrested on the street in Camberwell on Tuesday with a bag containing a hammer and a knife, a court heard. Both were wrapped in an Islamic flag, prosecutor Mark Dawson told Westminster magistrates court.

Jobless Ziamani, who appeared in court wearing a Call of Duty T-shirt, stood throughout the hearing.
He was arrested by Scotland Yard counter-terror detectives.

The prosecutor said there was  material that showed the defendant’s belief in jihad and his desire to go  to Syria to fight, but he did not have the means to do so. Ziamani, of Camberwell, understood to be a Muslim convert of Congolese origin, was first arrested in June and bailed.

Police seized his computer and examined three discs of material.'
This won't be the last attack (or attempted attack) by Islamists on the streets of London, Birmingham and elsewhere in the multi-cultural morass that the last Labour government created in their attempt to rub the right's nose in diversity.

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