Khan of Londonistan told his citizens that "Terrorism just "part and parcel of living in a big city"
one of them was a reality tv star, he featured on "Britain's next top jihadi"two of the three london attackers have been named
Khuram Shazad Butt arrived in the UK as a refugee with his Pakistani parents.
Rachid Redouane has reportedly claimed to be both libyan and moroccan
What he actually said :Khan of Londonistan told his citizens that "Terrorism just "part and parcel of living in a big city"
The response to that on the web seems to be "Except if you live in Tokyo, Prague, Budapest, Warsaw etc etc. Spot the difference"
Good job. You are getting there. Your first attempt at quoting him was - "Terrorism just "part and parcel of living in a big city". (quotes are yours) You have changed it now.No, the clip I've seen, what he actually said, rather than what the apologists like AH_ claim he said, was, "what I do know is
part and parcel of living in a great global city is you've got to be prepared for these things,
you've got to be vigilant, you've got to support the police doing an incredibly hard job,
you've got to support the security services,
and I think speculating when you don't know the facts is unwise." that's somewhat different to what AH_ claimed he said, but I'll be charitable to AH_, and say it's possible that khan gave more than one speech.
I imagine that the only way to vote for Zac Goldsmith was to get royally stoned. I was wondering why they would put up the worse possible candidate many times until today, when the two main political threads crossed in my mind: Goldsmith - any kinship with the £££Referendum Party£££ leader?When I met Khan I thought "short attention span/ADHD."
Stay Calm and become watchful. Watchfulness is not the same as being alarmed.An increase in police presence would be because of an expected increase in the risk of terrorism. The question is then whether the increased police presence in part or wholly balances that increase. After one has done a careful study of the pros and cons one can rationally decide whether or not to be more or less alarmed than before.
Or you can skip straight to being alarmed to be on the safe side.