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Thursday, March 23, 2017

British special needs lawmaker speaks out

A British special needs lawmaker, Lord Digby Jones, is unable to make the connection of the Islamic terrorist's jihadist beliefs in London's terrorist attack and the fact that he acted on those beliefs.

Jones, ever the naive schmuck, declared, "You're safer in London than you've ever been." (Except if you happened to have been strolling along Westminster Bridge Wednesday morning.)

The brilliance from Jones comes in the wake of Trump's criticism of London Mayor Sadiq Khan for saying that terrorist attacks are "part and parcel" of living in a big city. Even some British dhimmies were offended from Trump's tweet saying he was attacking the mayor in the midst of a terrorist situation.

Jones went on to say, "If this turns out to be an act of Islamic terrorism, I think the fact that the man is a Muslim is utterly and completely irrelevant."

Then he flung his feces at reporters.

British Prime Minister Theresa May confirmed the attacker, who killed 4 and injured over 40, was a known Muslim extremist to British intelligence services. He was on their watchlist for all the good it did for those four who were murdered.

The Islamic State's propaganda arm, Amaq news agency (Amaq is Arabic for 'scumcrumpet') claimed responsibility for the attack in London calling Khalid Masood, the killer, a "soldier of the caliphate."

As an afterthought, police arrested 8 others in connection to the attacks in a series of anti-terrorism late night raids across the country. It was their way of closing the barn door after the horses fled.

In a way, it was fortuitous Masood attacked near Parliament because the police carry firearms there. But in the rest of Britain they don't. Imagine what it would have been like if the attacker had a gun and went on a shooting spree elsewhere.

Prime Minister May emphasized that the current attacker was "peripheral" and not currently "part of the intelligence picture." She said "The terrorist chose to strike at the heart of our capital city, where people of all nationalities, religions and cultures come together to celebrate the values of liberty, democracy and freedom of speech."

But with the new 'hate crime' laws, much of Europe is losing the above.