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Now the shoe is on the other Muslim
June 20, 2017

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Now the shoe is on the other Muslim

June 20, 2017

isn't it strange since 7/7 we've had attacks by Muslims on the populace of most European countries France and the UK in particular,many innocent people going about their lives having taken from them brutally. On all these occasions the Muslim masses were very quiet,infact keeping their heads down ,only now and again we'd have an Iman telling the media that they are peaceful religion. Then we had a guy from Cardiff in the month of Ramadan decides to drive into a crowd of Muslims coming out of a mosque in London. Yes he was a nut ,yes he was a lousy driver ,yes he shouldn't have done what he did ,basically he did a copy cat similar to previous attacks by Muslims on Londoners in the previous months . Then as against all previous actions we have mass Muslims demonstrating on the streets of London,telling the media that they are victims of terrorists , that they feel threatened, they are  oppressed ,dear dear . Me thinks that the shoe is on the other Muslim and if the Welsh guy had been a better driver they'd have something to really complain about ,now they might stop killing the hand that feeds them .

June 20, 2017

Joined: May 12, 2014
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Now the shoe is on the other Muslim

June 20, 2017

I think there has been a mindset change amongst many British Muslims in the wake of terrorist attacks in the past few years. Many Muslims are now speaking out against these radicalist murderers and condemning these outrages as well as offering practical help to the police and se unity services. What annoyed me were the accusations that the police and the Government  somehow reacted differently to the mosque attack by procrastinating about calling it a terrorist attack. Now, without getting into semantics, was it a terrorist attack? The guy is clearly deranged, he was apparently pie eyed, had no connections to radical terrorist groups, no affiliations to extreme right wing groups etc etc. It is likely he will turnnout to be a nutcase, angered by the recent spate of Islamic radicalism attacks on non Muslims and out for some twisted divine retribution. Cue the intel on the London Bridge, Westminster, Lee Rigby attacks et al and the perpetrators were ALL found to have connections to radical terrorist groups in some form or another. So, do we have to accede to the cries of a minority of the Muslim community, and call a random act of extreme stupidity and wanton disregard for life an act of terrorism??

June 21, 2017

Joined: May 5, 2014
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Now the shoe is on the other Muslim

June 21, 2017

David, In response to your last Q, it would appear that's what many want​ -  "tar all with the same brush" comes to mind. There were two guys being interviewed today, one with enough huge gold chains round his neck to fund our Foreign Aid budget, bitterly complaining because TM didn't see them​ personally to apologise about​ the Grenfell Tower fire- after all, they did have "brothers" living in the area !! Yes, a truly tragic event, but too many are now using the tragedy to score points, and​ in getting back to the original point of this thread, ( the Welsh driver's attack ), the same people are trying to make political capital out of it too - shameless political profiteering. In a perverse way, I would like to see Corbyn, McDonnell & Abbott​ gain the power they crave, & for them to get their just desserts from the media and the populace when their "plans" are exposed for what they are, ie, economic suicide. John (JKW) PS - I liked Bob R's comment on the expertise of the Welsh driver !!!


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