Monday, 9 May 2016

'It's Like a War Zone': TV Crew Forced to Flee Migrant Youths

This Breitbart article is well worth a read.
However there's one paragraph that set me thinking:
'In 2013 the area became famous worldwide when riots that lasted for nine days saw 150 cars an other vehicles set on fire, and a total of $9.5 million of damages. The riots began after a 69-year-old resident of the suburb wielded a large knife in public and was fatally shot by police. '
I consider I'm pretty well up on the news but I'd never heard of Rusby before, have you? Did the institutionally pro Islamic immigration BBC report the rioting?

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