Wednesday, 24 May 2017

UK Swamp News / Allah's Manchester terror-casting: Britain has to get used to islamic terror-casting - but cannot let the 'islamophobia' spread in response to the terror-casting

# Memories:

Sadiq Khan: London mayor says terror attacks 'part and parcel' of living in a major city

Gabriel Samuels
Thursday 22 September 2016
... Sadiq Khan has said he believes the threat of terror attacks are “part and parcel of living in a big city” and encouraged Londoners to be vigilant to combat dangers. ...
More on the part and parcel (bomb) of living in cities under the sway of the evil, terror-casting 'god' of islam - and its assorted followers and supporters and enablers - at Independent

# Live with the parts and parcel bombs - but do not allow fear of the evil religion responsible to spread:

Manchester Blast May Affect Election Chances of Tories Lobbying to Cut Migration

23.05.2017
... "I think we have got to be absolutely determined to not let it divide our community and our society. We cannot let the Islamophobia spread. We must insure that we stay tolerant," the lawmaker stated. ...
More on the divided society under repeated attacks from followers of the phony god and its evil religion - but obsessed with stopping fear thereof - at Sputnik

# Flee from allah's evil, blasphemous, terror-casting religion. Run for your life!

# Followers of the phony god and false prophet - the real victims of islamic terror-casting, yet again:

As a British Muslim, I fear terror just as much as you do

Amrou Al-Kadhi
Tuesday 23 May 2017
... In fact, I don’t even feel entitled to feel any grief, because as a person of colour, I am made to feel complicit in terror. This was also the case with Orlando; the quick hate that generated towards Muslims, both within and outside the LGBTQ+ community, silenced my sorrow as a queer Arab. ...
More on the poor follower of the phony, terror-casting 'god' with all of the associated victim baggage at Independent

# The Independent (independent of what, exactly?) again:

This isn't the time for Islamophobia – and it isn't the time to criticise Britain's foreign policy, either