Monday, 5 June 2017

The London attacks - what needs to be done

Focus on the London terror attack

I've heard some sensible comments from people this morning,featured in the videos below.

I have some suggestions of my own, none of which will be i
mplemented because it would go against the Empire's narrative.

Here goes:

1. Stop bom

2. Stop bombing 

3. Halt all sales of arms to Saudi Atabia and the Gulf States

4. Secure the borders

5. MI5 has a list of Salafist extremists that they are presumably watching. Get them off the streets. Intern them now 

Dr. Marcus Papadopoulis deals with the first three points – don’ bomb and stop arms sales. Should I add – kick Fuhrerin Theresa May out of office.

This is the first I have heard of Gad Saad. To my ears he speaks nothing but good sense.

An Open Message to All Decent People

Gad Saad (/ɡæd sæd/; born October 13, 1964) is a Lebanese-Canadian evolutionary behavioural scientist at the John Molson School of Business (Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada)[1] who is known for applying evolutionary psychology to marketing and consumer behaviour.[2][3] He holds the Concordia University Research Chair in Evolutionary Behavioural Sciences and Darwinian Consumption (2008–2018)[4] and has a blog at Psychology Today titled Homo Consumericus

I try my best to steer away from InfoWars but although their “clash of civilisations” view is deeply flawed I often find myself agreeing with a lot of what they say – especially if it comes from a voice other than Alex Jones.

The Truth About the London Bridge Attack


Why is it that an ex-SAS man can speak more truth in a couple of minutes than you’ll get in a whole year from the politicians and media?

Former SAS serviceman Phil Campion is the only one talking sense

This video gives the best idea of how it was for the people-on-the street. The reporter has some passionately-held views on what has to happen

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