The London terror attack 22.03.2017

Yesterday’s terror attack was sickening. Another example of one crazy bastard working in the name of ‘Allah’ or Islam to cause chaos and divide.

One question that comes to my mind is what are the government actually doing about it to protect us?. Another five people dead here (may they rest in peace), the London bombings and the lunatic that stabbed that nice soldier a few years back in the middle of the street. I won’t even get started on the amount of hate preachers out there operating.

The sickening thing about most of these terrorist attacks is nearly all of the people implemented in them are on so called ‘watch lists’. There is a common theme here. Why are laws not tougher and why have so many nut jobs simply been ‘observed’ only then to go on and do some crazy shit?. Would it not be prudent to lock these sick fucks up or deport the fucks before they do some real harm to somebody?

It seems to me the government are spineless as usual hiding behind human rights or citing that it’s ‘complicated’. It’s not complicated to me…..If somebody has been seen to be researching shit like making bombs, killing people, hate preaching or been looking at websites relating to religious radicalisation then it’s at that point the police and government need to step in and dish out harsh prison sentences and start deportation proceedings.

Not only are these type of terrorists giving Islam (which is in fact a peaceful religion) a bad name they’re also creating a divide in the country between religious groups of which 99.9% of are harmless people who are contributors to our society and system here in Britain.


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