Another bombing in London. This time the tube. This is what happens when you have “diversity” in your country.
Extremist Muslims (aka Muslims) won’t stop until they kill us all and the “moderate” Muslims won’t stop until the extremist Muslims kill us all.
I think we all need to ask ourselves why we are allowing ourselves to be replaced in our own lands by people that are trying to kill us and genuinely hate us.
Can we actually have this conversation now without someone like Pantibar Varadkar trying to shut us down for “racism”.
- Scotland Yard have confirmed rush hour blast on District Line train at Parsons Green was terror attack
- Bloodied and burned commuters ‘ran for their lives’ after explosion on London Underground this morning
- Victims described how a ‘wall of fire’ flew through the carriage and crude bucket bomb was seen flaming
- Passengers were left with severe burns to their legs and faces – others were hurt by crush as people fled
“An explosion on a Tube train at the height of rush hour today sent a ‘wall’ of fire through the carriage injuring at least 20 people including children in a suspected terror attack.
Terrified commuters ‘ran for their lives’ and were seen covered in blood with scorched faces and hair after the incident at Parsons Green station in west London at 8.20am.
Photographs from the District Line train show what experts believe is a ‘pretty unsophisticated’ bucket bomb in a flaming white bucket inside a Lidl freezer bag with wire protruding out of the top.”
The Guardian of course leads with the perspective of a Black man. After all terrorism in London now only affects the majority non-White population so a White British opinion is not relevant. In fact it would be racist.
Olaniyi Shokumbi, 24, a fitness instructor had joined the district line tube on the way to work. He said: “I had my headphones on and was listening to music. The train had got to Parsons Green. Some people had got off, some had got on.
“I looked to my left and I saw hundreds of people running up. I heard shouting and screaming. I ran out as well.
“It was tightly packed as we were all trying to get out of the station at the same time. People were pushing each other, falling on the floor. There were school kids.
“I saw people jumping not caring where they landed or whether they broke bones. They were leaping over the barriers.”