President Trump Right Again – London “Bucket Bomber” Detained by Police Two Weeks Ago…

Yesterday President Trump took heat from U.S. and international media for calling the attempted London bomber a terrorist, identifying the “loser” and saying he was “in the sights” of law enforcement:

The media went bonzo: […] “ Mr. Trump’s assertion that the assailants had been known to Scotland Yard angered Prime Minister Theresa May, who said it was not helpful for anyone to speculate while an investigation was underway.” (New York Times)

Well, today:

(Via Daily Mail) The suspected Parsons Green bomber was a ‘problematic foster child’ who was allegedly arrested two weeks ago near to where the attack took place before being freed.

Police are searching a house in Sunbury-on-Thames after the 18-year-old, who could have been an asylum seeker, was detained in the port of Dover earlier today while apparently attempting to leave the country.

The lilac-painted house raided by police in connection with the attack, which injured 30, is owned by a kind-hearted couple who were both appointed MBEs for fostering hundreds of children.

Penelope Jones, 71, and her husband Ronald, 88, have raised 268 foster children in the house over three decades and the last eight have been refugees.

Officers stormed the house on Cavendish Road at 2pm around six hours after apprehending the suspect in the departure lounge of the Port of Dover.

Around 60 people were evacuated from near the house, while unconfirmed reports suggested ‘explosives’ were found in the garden and ‘firearms’ seen under the floorboards.

Neighbour Carrie Hill, 38, said: ‘Police told me there was a bomb found in the garden and firearms hidden under the floorboards.’

There is no suggestion the Joneses had any knowledge of any alleged wrongdoing at the property and

Close friends of pensioners Penny and Ron Jones said the couple – who are widely respected in the local area – were at ‘their end’ with the teenager.

Serena Barber, 47, who has known the couple all her life and lives in a property backing on to theirs, said: ‘They have two boys at the moment, both are foreign. One is very quiet and polite, the other who is 18 is awful.

‘I know about two weeks ago he was arrested by police at Parsons Green, for what I don’t know and returned back to Penny and Ron. After that Penny said she was going to have to stop caring for him, she couldn’t handle him.’

The development comes as police revealed they are ‘keeping an open mind’ on whether there was more than one person responsible for the bombing.  (read more)

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218 Responses to President Trump Right Again – London “Bucket Bomber” Detained by Police Two Weeks Ago…

  1. Roy says:

    I could tell this was coming when Theresa May acted befuddled after a reporter asked if Trump was correct.

    Liked by 45 people

    • Mike says:

      May meant…um, er, don’t confuse yourself about the facts.

      Liked by 3 people

      • shallbe4 says:

        Our President is a very smart man and that seems to upset a lot of people who instead of working with Trump would rather attack him.

        Liked by 9 people

        • He speaks inconvenient truth.

          Liked by 9 people

        • James says:

          shall, you know that’s really funny that their first response is to attack Trump. Some have described the first one arrested as a “problematic foster child” – but if that’s the case Why are they sending 1000’s of troops to guard nuclear power plants? Oh yeah, they’re very British and speak in the King’s English and we just can’t understand their culture and the way they do things over there.

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    • mopar2016 says:

      Theresa May is an inept globalist that was against Brexit.
      She looks stupid on the world stage.

      Liked by 17 people

      • I’m curious if anyone here has data on how much tourism has been affected to the UK?

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        • Alison says:

          Good question, but not likely you’d find a truthful report on that.

          We cancelled a scheduled bike tour in several European countries last September because of multiple summer attacks. We won’t be returning to Western Europe ever.

          Liked by 23 people

          • john70 says:

            Hey, go visit Eastern Europe. No Muslims, no terror and some of the most beautiful places on Earth.

            Liked by 15 people

            • scott467 says:

              “Hey, go visit Eastern Europe. No Muslims, no terror and some of the most beautiful places on Earth.”

              _________________

              It’s pretty simple.

              Wherever islam goes, terrorism follows.

              Wherever islam is not found, the chances of terrorism drop to nearly zero.

              Seriously, there is no other group even contending for the daily mass-murder trophy.

              Only islam.

              24/7/365.

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              • PreparedPatriot (@6StringX10) says:

                Mohammedanism is a cancer upon Western and Eastern Civilizations — i.e., the entire world. Treat it like any other cancer. Eradication. This one is malignant, not benign, and it won’t go into a dormant stage; 1400+ years of historical evidence plus its own writings, teachings, and behavior prove that. Malignant cancers are dealt with by removal from the body by surgery, followed by putting the removed tissue into the incinerator so that it never has an opportunity to re-invade (and from a regulatory — legal — standpoint, it’s a biohazard). Or, by radiation to kill the tumor in situ. Or by chemo, to kill the tumor in situ (unfortunately, this almost kills the body as well). Bottom line, we do everything possible, using all the medical technology available, to kill the cancer.

                It’s a malignant cancer upon the world; time to kill it.

                And there are no ‘moderate Moslims’. That is a propagandistic lie to be consumed by those that lack the ability or desire to face the truth about the cancer. Some folks die by denial. We should not be forced to follow their weak example by leaders that lack the will and intestinal fortitude to get the job done, once and for all.

                ‘We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. … with a firm reliance on the protection of divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor.’ We are endowed Life by our Creator. The Mohammedans are endowed evil by their warped founder — a man who died. We shall prevail, if we grasp the reins and persevere.

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                • scott467 says:

                  “Mohammedanism is a cancer upon Western and Eastern Civilizations — i.e., the entire world.”

                  ________________

                  Very much agreed.

                  The other analogy I like is that islam is ideological Ebola.

                  It is highly contagious and needs to be quarantined and eradicated.

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                • scott467 says:

                  “And there are no ‘moderate Moslims’. That is a propagandistic lie to be consumed by those that lack the ability or desire to face the truth about the cancer.”

                  ____________

                  Here is a simple, logical proposition, by way of comparison, which plainly shows there can be no such thing as a “moderate” Muslim, because there can be no such thing as “moderate” islam.

                  .

                  1) Jesus is the best and highest example of Christianity. Jesus taught no sin and committed no sin, and no one credibly claims otherwise based on any Scripture or historical fact.

                  2) No one can reject Jesus or His teachings or His deeds and be a Christian.

                  These points are self-evident and not credibly disputed by anyone.

                  .

                  By the EXACT same token:

                  3) Mohamad is the best and highest example of islam. Mohamad not only taught sin and committed sin — based on the books of islam and historical fact — but Mohamad, the founder of islam, was a *mass-murderer*.

                  4) Even so, no one can reject Mohamad OR his violent teachings OR his violent deeds and be a Muslim.

                  These points are also self-evident and not credibly disputed, by anyone.

                  In order to be a Muslim, you must embrace and accept the deeds and teachings and example of a mass-murderer. An unrepentant mass-murderer, at that. There is no way around it.

                  .

                  Just as one cannot reject Christ or His teachings or His deeds and still be a Christian, HOW is it possible for any self-described Muslim to *reject* Mohamad, or ANY of his teachings, or *any* of his deeds, and still be a “Muslim” at all?

                  HOW?

                  It’s not a trick question.

                  But it is a Catch-22.

                  Because you cannot be a faithful Muslim and reject the violent teaching and example of Mohamad which is inherent to islam.

                  And if you do reject the violent teaching and example of Mohamad inherent to islam, then you cannot be a faithful Muslim… or a Muslim at all.

                  And if anyone claims otherwise, I look forward to testing your argument.

                  .

                  I have presented this logical proposition at least 80 times now over the last 12+ months, including to several self-identified Muslims, and not one person has been able to refute it.

                  NOT ONE.

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              • old fart says:

                America’s Chicago vi’s for that honor.

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          • vexedmi says:

            Try Hungary. They have constructed a 13 foot Anti-Migrant Wall that has cut illegal immigration by 97 per cent.

            Liked by 10 people

          • yeah, that’s what i’m hearing from folks around here

            Liked by 1 person

          • Bendix says:

            Western Europe won’t be returning to Western Europe either.

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      • armie says:

        If, in fact, he revealed information they wanted to hold back to avoid alerting the suspect, that fact wouldn’t have been known until May inadvertently confirmed it.

        Liked by 3 people

      • Jimmy Jack says:

        I’m surprised Hillary has blamed May & Merkel & the Swedish PM for her loss as well. They’ve done all they can to make women look ineffective on office.

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    • LafnH2O says:

      Epiphanies…
      Will do that to ya!!

      😁

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    • keeler says:

      Of course Trump was right.

      These jihadis are always known to law enforcement or have had prior contact with LEOs.

      And as I have posted in the past, it is very easy for private citizens without expertise or classified intelligence access to build a profile of the next terrorist. They’re young men (18-35) who are either the first or second generation immigrants, have a history of experiencing or committing domestic violence, and have recently traveled overseas. Often they are involved in blood sports such as mixed martial arts or boxing, have become involved with a “religious” women, and/or have young children. Furthermore, attacks are usually preceded by the transfer of financial assets to family members. Arab, South Asian, and North African terrorists tend toward bombings, shootings, and vehicle attacks while sub-Saharan Africans tend towards knife attacks.

      Watch for what, if any, information comes out about this suspect. I’ll guarantee you he’ll match more of this rough profile than he doesn’t.

      These individuals are not needles-in-a-haystack. They follow a specific pattern of behavior which is frequently identified. Furthermore, they perform actions which are signals they’re about to go active. All of this information, and more, is available to the professionals yet they do very little, if anything, with it; and the public they purport to serve bleeds over and over because of such inaction.

      And it should be noted, this criticism is leveled at management and administration, not the first-responder, beat cop, and more and more frequently, the soldier on patrol. Indeed, these people are increasingly the victims of such attacks.

      Liked by 22 people

      • TheLastDemocrat says:

        …if they wanted to detect these guys….

        Liked by 3 people

      • benzy says:

        You are right… the professionals COULD act on the information and do much more to prevent these attacks. The “problem” the professional law enforcement officer or even whole agencies encounter is the government (and liberals) opposition to the idea of PROFILING anyone for any reason. To use that information you just outlined to identify and stop a potential terrorist, would require them to see how well an individual matched that information… in other words, it would require them to see if he or she fit the PROFILE. Once we can get government to comprehend that profiling is not a bad thing, progress can be made in stopping more of these attacks

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        • carrierh says:

          Heard the other day that our “intelligence” agencies have a list of more than 1000 being watched. Why? Just ship them out today because sooner or later they will erupt and kill us, and I suspect a lot of them at the present time are part of antifa/whitepremacists and any other protesting group with hoods, masks, you name it. Time to clean up that swamp list NOW before someone actually gets killed or another subway train, or marathon, etc. Being nice is one thing, but being stupid is stupid. If you are watching them, then you know they are a danger to America. This is called “simple logic”.

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        You need to add acid attacks to your profile. Similar age category but trending younger from SAsia or NAfrica. I’d include some NAfricans as knife attackers as well.

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      • Sunshine says:

        The Brit Metropolitan (Greater London Area) police force, including beat cops, are heavily invested in community outreach to maintain social cohesion. Most are indoctrinated and will not hesitate to arrest anyone for perceived offense toward Islam. It will take quite some time to shake these people out of their collective stupor.

        The soldiers are fine, they know. They have a different mindset and are an interesting target for Jihadis, contrary to your friendly beat cop.

        God Bless the USA, its police force, and its military.

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    • shallbe4 says:

      Thank you Roy. May claimed that Trump’s comments were very unhelpful. It seems that Trump’s comments were really rather helpful if she had taken them more seriously.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Daniel says:

        The comment was unhelpful to THE AGENDA. They know what’s going on in great detail. They are trying to boil a nation of frogs and Tommy Robinson is having none of it.

        Liked by 3 people

        • Bendix says:

          Yes. His comments can only be unhelpful for that reason.
          No remarks after the fact ever brought victims back to life, so no remarks could be helpful.

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        • Jimmy Jack says:

          Thank God for Tommy Robinson and Katie Hopkins.

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          • Minnie says:

            I love Katie Hopkins, never waivers and speaks truth.

            On Friday’s radio show, Hannity interviewed Ms. Hopkins and Raheem Kassam

            She said the BBC (supported by their tax payers) ran a segment entitled “How to apply makeup after an acid attack”

            😐😐😐

            Can’t make this sh*t up!!

            Extended family in and around London. They have choice things to say about May and their government in general 😐

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      • deanbrh says:

        The Twitter Commenters on this subject are rallying hard for impeachment of Trump because his “Twitter Storms” always signal he is pissed and a raging maniac not fit to be President and we must hurry Mueller to impeach him before he hits the red button that blows up the world.

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    • Esperanza says:

      What I get from her behaviour is that they are upset because T forced their hand. Covering up is no longer an option.

      Liked by 5 people

      • The Boss says:

        I suspect there are several well-placed White Hats within at least the UK intel, LE and defense agencies. Sort of like an anti-Deep State group, but far more clever and clandestine than Deep State swine.

        Liked by 2 people

    • dean says:

      Career politicians such as worthless Obama usually talk for hours and never say a thing, Trump blerts out the truth.

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Peter G says:

    “Life is hard. It is even harder, if you are stupid.” John Wayne
    I think John had Teresa in mind.

    Liked by 29 people

  3. wheatietoo says:

    The London leftists have been more upset about Pres Trump’s tweet…than the terrorist attack.

    The leftist mentality is one of the few things that is constant, the world over.

    Liked by 37 people

  4. tdaly14 says:

    Love our President! ❤️❤️❤️

    Liked by 24 people

  5. MrE says:

    President Trump: 42283945203957585731

    Media: 0

    They never learn.

    Liked by 29 people

  6. It’s a shame that our President had to be slandered, criticized and attacked for stating the truth. It seems that the leaders of the UK are more concerned with being “politically correct” than they are with the safety of their own citizenry. God help the UK!

    For those Brits who understand what’s going on, please! Help wake your fellows up!

    Liked by 36 people

    • benifranlkin says:

      Exactly the point. The UK has has 6 terrorist attacks in as many months…looks like they keep doing the same thing to thwart these guys…and keep doing it wrong.

      Liked by 15 people

      • trump2016ourlastchance says:

        The UK treats their islamist terrorism problem the same way we are treating the looming nuclear exchange with the kimkluxklan in NK. Afraid to act preemptively, even when the warning signs are so obvious.

        Liked by 3 people

        • LafnH2O says:

          kimkluxklan…
          HA😁

          Liked by 1 person

        • James says:

          Trump20, I don’t think we can do a preemptive strike on NK. I’ve read a good bit on this and one thing I’ve read is that have been preparing for another war since the 1950’s – installations in tunnels, dug into sides of mountains, etc – the opposite of Sadam with tanks in the middle of the desert. He is portrayed in the media as a nut job (and may be) I don’t think he is a big enough nut job to want a straight up war with the U.S. – he knows he would be destroyed. I think he is working off the model that if you can get nuclear weapons you can pretty much do your thing and not end up like Sadam and Kadafi.

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          • carrierh says:

            Why not a miniature MOAB into wherever he is standing to watch a missile or in the mountains. Either would make a huge difference for the people in NK who are always starving, threatened, enslaved, etc.

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      • NJF says:

        This. My daughter was planning on spending her spring semester in London, but after the Manchester concert bombing we said “that’s it, she’s not going!”

        I’ve mentioned This to many people and most agree with me. One person the other day said, “oh you shouldn’t do that, that’s not how you should respond!”

        I argued back, “I’d agree with that sentiment if they were actually doing something about the problem, but they’re not, not by a long shot.”

        They are dug into the “it’s part and parcel of life,” mindset.

        Liked by 24 people

        • Daniel says:

          … forgetting to realize that this is precisely what we are intended to fight as Americans.

          Liked by 2 people

        • AM says:

          “I argued back, “I’d agree with that sentiment if they were actually doing something about the problem, but they’re not, not by a long shot.””

          Yes, exactly. It’s one thing to keep calm and carry on when there’s all out effort to fix the problem. It’s quite another to shoulder shrug, light more candles, and jail people for “Islamophobia”.

          And yes, that Manchester bombing shook me a little harder than other terrorist events. The UK is on a death watch if it cannot even react to little girls getting shredded with nail bombs.

          Liked by 3 people

      • Janie M. says:

        benifranlkin, it’s the UK police’s, “catch and release” program. 🙄

        Liked by 4 people

      • thetinfoilhatsociety says:

        They say they don’t have the money to track all the potential terrorists. They do, however, have money to track comments on FB that might offend muslims and arrest and jail those people. London police just arrested … I think it’s 6 now? … for just that. Go figure. Priorities.

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        “they keep doing the same thing to thwart these guys” – I think anymore it’s “they keep doing the same thing to encourage these guys”.

        They monitor EVERYTHING the people do, either electronically, or with cameras, and even old-fashioned surveillance. They are able to monitor the internet thanks to taps on the various undersea and fiber cables (think those were breaks? think again). They monitor broadcast transmissions and even “noise” (think of “Echelon”, but a few generations later). Part of the rush to IP telephony is to ease monitoring via CO and IP hubs. It’s not just for bandwidth.

        And oddly enough, with all of this effort and high-priced kit, they are unable to stop these “events”. Hmmm. They don’t want to stop them. They want people to become used to them, indeed numb to them.

        Because as Sadiq Khan (mayor of London) said, this is the way things are going to be.
        The future.

        Hope they’re not using Clockwork Orange and 1984 as a black-and-blueprint…

        Same here in Germany. The folks “at the top” don’t want it stopped. We need to repent, pray, and return to our Christian roots, faith, and culture, before it is all yanked out from under us by our *cough* visitors. GOD help us all!

        Liked by 4 people

        • JoAnn Leichliter says:

          So true and so sad, Cuppa.

          Liked by 1 person

        • Bendix says:

          Just think how many cameras must have captured it, when that poor soldier was slaughtered on the street in broad daylight.
          Sheesh.

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          • Cuppa Covfefe says:

            My grandparents lived about a five- or ten-minute walk away from there, if that. It makes me want to hurl. Where they lived is now a bunch of apartment blocks with nary a native Englander in sight (except, perhaps, passing through as quickly as possible).

            Sad how it’s changed in the last 50-60 years…

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      • Esperanza says:

        On the same day we had two, three if you consider one person attacked two women. The attacks on the women were not even reported in the press.

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      • fuzzi says:

        Benifranlkin The UK has has 6 terrorist attacks in as many months…looks like they keep doing the same thing to thwart these guys…and keep doing it wrong.”

        Definition of insanity: doing the same thing but expecting a different outcome.

        Liked by 4 people

      • jonvil says:

        Doubling down on stupid is SOP for leftists.

        Liked by 2 people

      • Jenny R. says:

        Only 6? If you consider the daily harassments, threats…acid attacks, I think we could up that number.
        The islamists think that they have safely conquered Europe; now they will move to phase 2: forcing everyone to submit.
        Many so-called leaders will be more than happy to let this go on because they feel it is the best way to usher in their socialist, police state utopias (and they don’t mind islam because that theology is quite amenable to such a system).
        The people will be placed in a position even worse than what their peasant forebears felt under feudalism when at least there were some ways to limit the power of their overlords’ actions upon them. All checks upon tyranny will be removed. Orwell’s jackboot to the face is closer than many think.

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    • Gil says:

      I remember at a press conference POTUS was asked and he seemed flummoxed at the Brit response to terror. He said something to the effect of we will help them if we can. The people of the u.k. see we have a hand to help them up, but their leaders smack it away! The u.k. doesnt need to be germany.

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        And I hope Germany stops being Germany, at least in the sense of what “Mutti” is doing to us… It has changed so much on her “watch”, it’s terrible…

        But, maybe we’ll find a Trump-clone (Trumpf?). We need some swamp cleanup here, and in Brussels too.

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    • Janie M. says:

      Mark, they’ve cowed their citizens from speaking out – they can be charged with a “hate” crime for speaking out, being critical of their invaders.

      Liked by 10 people

    • shallbe4 says:

      Life is not fair. There are people who get away with murder than there is our President who couldn’t drop a gum wrapper on the ground without incurring the wrath of every Leftist in the Universe.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Bendix says:

        Speaking of murder, I noticed has-been Geraldo on TV the other night, rehashing the over and done with Scott Peterson murder trial. All the network shows that cover murders (Dateline, 20/20, 48 Hours) have been covering murders and deaths that happened decades ago, the same ones.
        Yet Seth Rich’s unsolved murder is being pointedly ignored.
        Maybe we should start a campaign asking Dateline to cover that murder.

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      I actually think this will strengthen Trump long term, especially to people overseas whose own pols are feckless complicit charlatans.

      Liked by 1 person

  7. RedBallExpress says:

    Well you put it all together and we elected the right person to be the big dog.

    Liked by 21 people

  8. Minnie says:

    When WILL they learn?

    The 12th of never!

    Can’t fix stoonad 😐

    Liked by 3 people

    • JustSomeInputFromAz says:

      “Minnie” I think you already know this, they do not want learn…they are on a mission to somehow convince YOU & I we made a mistake with our support and our vote…HA!

      Liked by 7 people

      • Minnie says:

        Ha!!!

        They are SADLY mistaken!

        😂😂😂

        Liked by 4 people

      • shallbe4 says:

        Maybe I’m overly positive but how can the Leftists turn us off to a great economy and more jobs? Maybe if they offered something to compare with Donald’s Trump’s agenda but when they want us to bring in millions of illegals to work for less money than Americans and once again send our jobs overseas while deciding how long they should allow us to live I don’t see that as something the masses go mad over.

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  9. Curry Worsham says:

    Early reports had said that police had identified the suspect from security video. If so, they knew exactly who he was, while May was talking about speculation. PDJT probably knew he was a terrorist – through intelligence sharing.

    Liked by 11 people

  10. Gil says:

    Even the couple with a lifetime of foster kid care had had enough!

    Liked by 16 people

  11. keebler AC ovfefe says:

    Are they sure he’s only 18? Passing muslim refugees off as underage is the same as passing illegal border crossers during the Obama era. All obama-era approved DACA need to have their ages cross verified somehow!

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3863392/Foster-mother-discovers-12-year-old-Afghan-refugee-orphan-cared-21-year-old-jihadi.html

    The 12 year old turned out to be a 21 year old child abuser living with the foster parent’s young children. When found out, he said he would return later to kill the foster mother for reporting him.

    Liked by 10 people

  12. Apollo says:

    Sounds kind of like an English “Dreamer”!

    Liked by 6 people

  13. keeler says:

    I’ll be honest: I’d prefer if President Trump didn’t have to embarrass other heads of state in this manner… but he has to. Theresa May deserves to be embarrassed and have her government called out for its inadequacies, and I believe that deep down she knows such embarrassment is well-earned. The evidence of this is her meek response that it’s “not helpful.”

    To whom is the truth not helpful? And for what reasons?

    The “system,” and by system I mean the day-to-day operation of Western societies, is failing to perform its most basic functions. The attack in London was one of three reported terrorist incidents in Europe yesterday. Three.

    It’s time to stop being polite and hiding behind diplomatic niceties. People need to start becoming aware of their governments’ systemic failures and start asking questions about how to correct them.

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    • LafnH2O says:

      keeler sez..

      To whom is the truth not helpful? And for what reasons?
      So – Takin that
      Addin it to the quiver!!
      If I may…

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    • starfcker says:

      Keeler, there was a time when leaders rose from the heap. You started where you started, and rose through the ranks of society based on your character and abilities. Sadly, that has been turned on it’s head for 25 years. Fashionable theory is that anyone can be a leader, if given a chance. Doesn’t work like that. Leaders have to emerge from the pile. Every institution in western government is infested with worthless PC lackeys. May is one of thousands. I’m ok with affirmative action on the bottom rung. Everyone deserves a shot. But promotion should be based on merit. Nothing else. It would be tempting to say Theresa May would have made a good Girl Scout leader, but that wouldn’t be true either. She lacks the moral component.

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      • dekester says:

        Great post.” Infested with worthless P.C. lackeys” brilliant.

        With your permission I will be using this phrase.

        Cheers!

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      • keeler says:

        That is true of the US but I’m not sure how accurately that applies to the UK, which has always had a stronger and more-defined class system. Not being too familiar with the political workings of the UK, I’ll refrain from making further or definitive comment.

        What I will say is that from an American perspective, it seems the UK-as a whole- has become feckless. The current UK basks in the after-glow of Churchill, “Britain Stands Alone,” and the Blitz, but it is only an after-glow and a rapidly fading one at that. The current UK would never elect a modern incarnation of Churchill, and in fact would probably jail him.

        “But a bold peasantry, their country’s pride,
        When once destroyed, can never be supplied.”

        Sadly, Oliver Goldsmith appears to have been prophetic. But if there is a bold peasantry left to reach, President Trump is trying.

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        • Paco Loco says:

          The truth is that the U.K. committed suicide by Muslim. Open immigration from Pakistan, India and former British colonies in Africa has destroyed what was once a majority Christian and Anglo Saxon nation. Merry Old England is mostly all gone now, slaughtered at the alter of Political Correctness and blind tolerance. It’s what the leftist/progressives in the US want here…Open borders and to flood the country with Muslims from the third world and poor hispanics from Mexico and Central America. Obama was well on his way to destroy the US and Hilary would have perpetuated it. Electing DJT was the beginning of the awaking and the push back from the lefts planned national disaster. Immigration must be curtailed or halted before the demographics kills the USA like it has the U.K.

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          • deanbrh says:

            The Mayor of London, “chosen by the people”, is a Muslim who said people who live in large metropolitan areas ought to accept the fact that terrorism is just a part of that way of life. Once you internalize that, you ought to be well-motivated to push back against the Left and all forms of immigration.

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      • Sylvia Avery says:

        But…but….but she is a woman. What else does she need to be The. Best. Leader. Ever.?/sarc

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    • shallbe4 says:

      The Muslim Mayor of London feels the British People should get used to attacks like this because as he says its the price you pay for living in a large city.

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      Spot on!

      Upton Sinclair wrote, “It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends on his not understanding it.”

      This has often been used in reference to the faux-science pushed in the “Globull Warming” scam, but is equally true with regard to politicians (indeed, they are the ones behind the “Carbon Trading” money-extraction schemes).

      Teresa May was Home Minister, and part of her remit was supervision of the various security and, erm, investigative organizations within the British government. She knew full well what was happening, and going to happen, as she had a hand in setting the whole mess up.

      I still wish Nigel Farage (or someone like him) could have been PM…

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      Trump is out to save Western Civilization if he can do it while putting America first.

      Any threats to Western Civilization are an inherent risk to us.

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  14. Howie says:

    Warning: PC and Social Justice may be hazardous to your health.

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  15. MM says:

    God Bless President Trump.
    I will not waver one inch in my support for PDJT.

    Liked by 16 people

  16. wolfmoon1776 says:

    Glad to see that the Brits are guarding the nuke plants. My “feelers” ( MUH FEELERS! 😀 ) have been telling me that the left is gently ratcheting up its anti-nuclear machine in the West again. If the Muzz can help kill nuclear again, I’m sure the leftists, globalists and other Merkeloids who want the West in windmill chains would be most happy for the assistance.

    One thing I have stressed very strongly – nuclear plants should have basically ZERO space that is not being monitored by camera 24/7. Even if sabotage is discovered after the fact, it is still a wise investment to keep the industry from being shut down again, needlessly, now that there is good reason to believe that 3MI may have been sabotage (search on my earlier posts here for extensive discussion).

    Increased military monitoring of nuke plants is probably a good idea here, too,

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    • Grandma Covfefe says:

      We agree, Wolf.

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    • yucki says:

      Then here’s your nightmare:
      Japan Producing Huge, Lightly Guarded Stockpile of Plutonium

      …Altogether, Japan has the fifth-largest plutonium stockpile of any nation, representing 9 percent of the world’s stocks under civilian control. The figure includes 730 pounds of high-grade plutonium, the kind preferred by weapons designers, that Japan has agreed to send to the United States.…

      …Washington has been lobbying furiously behind the scenes, trying to persuade Japan that terrorists might regard Rokkasho’s new stockpile of plutonium as an irresistible target — and to convince Japanese officials they should better protect this dangerous raw material.

      Specifically, U.S. officials have struggled, without success so far, to persuade Japan to create a more capable security force at the plant than the white-gloved, unarmed guards and small police unit stationed here now. They also have been trying to persuade the privacy-minded Japanese to undertake stringent background checks for the 2,400 workers employed here.…

      …Some Japanese officials have told their American counterparts that the homogenous, pacifist nature of their society makes nuclear conspiracies unlikely — a conclusion that U.S. officials and independent experts categorically reject. Other Japanese officials have insisted that in a nation where gun ownership is rare and privacy rights are zealously guarded, armed guards and background checks are unacceptable at even at the riskiest sites.…

      “There is no threat from terrorists because guns are illegal in Japan.”
      ….
      http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/fukushima-anniversary/japan-producing-huge-lightly-guarded-stockpile-plutonium-n49376

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      • AM says:

        “…Some Japanese officials have told their American counterparts that the homogenous, pacifist nature of their society makes nuclear conspiracies unlikely — a conclusion that U.S. officials and independent experts categorically reject.”

        It’s difficult because everyone is correct here. The Japanese are right that the nature of their society makes it less likely. But the danger is so extreme that it needs to be planned for anyway.

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        Yeah, they’re idiots. Japan is swarming with Chinese and Koreans, and has already had problems with Norks both legal and illegal.

        What the Japanese need to understand is that, because North Korea considers them a threat, there are ALREADY Nork commandos in country, with guns most likely delivered by sea. COUNT ON IT. The goofy abductions and strange infiltrations attributed to Dear Leader’s goofiness were likely COVER for more purposeful operations.

        Japan needs to be ready for a sophisticated, pre-staged, heavily armed commando operation. NOT dumb Islamic terrorists.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      wolf, TMI was human error. There was a huge part of TMI that did not fail. No one ever heard about that part. Not sabotage. Just human stupidity. This info comes straight from one of the main researchers/designers of TMI (we were quite close, lived TMI for several years).

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      • Eskyman says:

        I think you’re referring to Three Mile Island by the acronym TMI. If so, I agree; that was used by the media to paint a horrifying picture that wasn’t nearly as bad as they made it out to be.

        The incident did manage to kill off nuclear energy in this country ever since, so the activists who gladly used it as a cudgel to stop advances in this field were delighted that it happened. I’m sad that their propaganda got such an effective shot in the arm.

        From what I’ve read it did indeed have a lot to do with human stupidity, as it was a combination of stuck valves, misread instruments and poor decisions from those in charge.

        All that said, I’m very glad that it wasn’t worse; but I certainly do wish it had never happened. If it hadn’t, we might now have access to almost limitless energy that is clean, safe and reliable.

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        I hear you, but the sabotage theory comes from an industry insider who was questioned by federal investigators, asking very specific questions which he later realized were likely looking at a sabotage theory. At some point later, he realized that it could easily have been a staged accident. He has a very detailed explanation, which sounds quite plausible after Bhopal (which did not happen until over 5 years later).

        In his opinion, the problem was that sabotage was all but ruled out in the design of the investigation – which was harmed (again in his opinion) by the Carter administration rushing to “mea culpa” for Carteresque optics. The people in charge made the investigation a hammer, and so it only looked for nails.

        I leave it open to either accident or sabotage, but I refuse to rule out sabotage now, because the long-term strategic energy play by the left has become too obvious. If it wasn’t sabotage, they certainly missed a good thing.

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      I completely agree. And the one in NY must be watched like a hawk along with Savannah River Site.

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  17. jello333 says:

    Dear Ronald and Penelope Jones: You sound like good, caring people. I’m sure you’ve changed the lives of many kids for the better over the years. But I’m also sure you also understand that not all kids can be “saved”. Some are (or become) beyond help, and they’d turn against you in an instant if the urge hits them. These “kids” are anything but. I’m sure you’re now more aware of that than most of us.

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    • DebbieUK says:

      in Britain ,foster carers get very well paid .Local authorities are always advertising for them. I certainly couldn’t do it.

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      • wondering999 says:

        Foster carers SHOULD be well-paid… like psychiatrists. It’s dangerous and difficult work in many cases. Someone whom I admire hugely, the late Lavoy Finicum, was apparently a successful foster parent. RIP. We lost a lot when the government killed Finicum.
        http://www.oregonlive.com/oregon-standoff/2016/01/robert_lavoy_finicum_killed_in.html
        “Finicum and his wife, Jeanette, have 11 children, according to his blog One Cowboy’s Stand for Freedom.

        “He is also a therapeutic foster parent with Catholic Charities Community Services.

        “Finicum told Oregon Public Broadcasting that four foster children were pulled from his home due to his involvement in the Malheur occupation. He said more than 50 boys had stayed at one time at the family’s ranch, mostly from mental hospitals, drug hospitals and drug rehabs.”
        I couldn’t do this either, but someone has to… these children must not be tossed aside, for everyone’s sake eventually.

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      • wondering999 says:

        Someone else who has taken up raising another couple child is the Knoxville TN chief of police, David Rausch. And… many of these addicted infants are treated at Children’s Hospital in Knoxville TN… and someone who knows someone who knows someone told me that the number of addicted infants admitted to the hospital has gone down? I cannot confirm this — but I would definitely like to. Either the number has gone down, or the infants are being sent elsewhere — but I would love to learn that good leadership is beginning to confront and successfully handle the huge problem.
        https://www.thetreatmentcenter.com/blog/opioid-abuse-heroin-addiction-gripping-knoxville-and-tennessee/
        “For many in Knoxville, the epidemic hits close to home. The Knoxville police chief, David Rausch, spoke at a state task force meeting in February 2017 about the personal fight that the opioid epidemic creates. A Knoxville officer succumbed to the battle and resorted to confiscating drugs from dealers to maintain a personal habit. The police chief and his spouse currently support his stepson’s infant child because both parents are addicted to drugs. The 6-month-old is also drug dependent.”
        I’m in awe of Rausch’s honesty, as well as his willingness to step up personally. There’s a family to pray for

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        • wondering999 says:

          And apologies for digressing a bit… the thread is about terrorism in Britain, not foster care. But foster children are very much on my mind, I’ve known a few.

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    • Realist says:

      My ‘respect’ for them has been tempered by the fact that BOMBS and BOMB MAKING materials have been discovered in THEIR house. So don’t shower them will too much praise just yet.

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  18. TheLastDemocrat says:

    The story of Muh Russia seemingly may have gone like this: Americans set up fake Russia contact, then allowed British to “discover” this, and used that common info-sharing arrangement to inform the U.S.

    Thus, the U.S. intelligence can claim that they had nothing to do with detecting Muh Russia and snooping on Americans.

    If we can figure this out, then Trump can.

    Trump declared, knowingly, that the bomber had recently been touched by British intelligence.

    While pressuring UK to do more by embarrassing them, he may have also revealed a double-meaning hint that he knows how the Trump Tower monitoring got launched.

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  19. sunnydaze says:

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    • jwingermany says:

      No comments being accepted on the article at the Express. Now, I wonder why that may be?

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      • Reader(UK) says:

        The D.Express never allow comments on any issue that might be legally contentious. Richard Desmond, formerly owner of a range of adult magazines has been a supporter of Brexit, but suffered a couple of humiliating and costly court defeats involving other journalists during the naughties, so he’s very nervous in the face of the leftist lawyers over here, and sometimes comes across as ‘undecided’. But be assured, there are huge swathes (possibly a majority) of U.K. voters who support both Brexit AND President Trump.

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        • jwingermany says:

          Thank you very much for the clarification.

          Yeah, I saw the Brexit voting map. The English definitely understand the problem…not so much in some other parts of the UK it seems. I guess radical Islam has not moved into those areas as much.

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  20. DebbieUK says:

    It appears the terrorist was staying with foster carers who are part of the Refugee resettlement programme for children.But these are not children in any sense of the word.they are mainly male youths many of whom lied about their age.
    Of course when we the people started noticing the age of the so called children the debate got shut down.
    It vindicates Trumps Muslim ban ,but will our inept PC government see the truth.No of course not.There will be much hand wringing and stories about him being mentally scarred by the war in Syria.
    To give the government their due ,they took a lot of heat for refusing to take more than 20’000, which still far to many .The open borders crowd would take the lot.
    Its going to have to get a lot worse before real Trump style actions are taken.And to think ,the bomb didnt fully explode.

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  21. andi lee says:

    Strange, that it lavishes such praise-worthy accolades on the 71, 80-year old “foster parents” and not much more than reduced bullet-points on the 18 y.o.

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  22. Newman says:

    Haha Sounds like the Wiley coyote corrupt media just lost one of their Sunday morning talking points.

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  23. rsanchez1990 says:

    Turns out, those lying sacks of s**t, aka the British government, were mad because President Trump made them look incompetent at best, criminally negligent at worse for letting this loser go and giving him an opportunity to commit terrorism.

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  24. Janie M. says:

    What kills me about the UK’s immediate public response to terrorist attacks occurring in their country (when citizens are killed/maimed) are all the tweets cautioning that they must not be Islamophobic.

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    • scott467 says:

      “What kills me about the UK’s immediate public response to terrorist attacks occurring in their country (when citizens are killed/maimed) are all the tweets cautioning that they must not be Islamophobic.”

      _____________

      In a way they’re right, but certainly not the way they intend.

      What they intend is to suppress the completely natural instinct to recognize that islam is the problem and then eradicate it from their homeland, which is where all of this is eventually going. They may not read history books in Europe (or America) anymore, but this is not the first time islam has invaded Europe.

      The difference between then and now is that the last time islam invaded Europe, it was hand to hand combat on a more or less equal footing.

      Today, the West has such on overwhelming military superiority that it’s laughable. Most of the individual nations of Europe have a professional military; tanks, ships, helicopters, planes, sophisticated communications equipment and experienced leadership. The islamic invaders of Europe have a lousy attitude, a few smuggled rifles, some knives and some homemade explosive devices.

      It would not even require the military to eradicate islam from Europe, the regular police forces could do it.

      The ONLY thing preventing Europe (or America) from outlawing islam and eliminating it from our lives is the simple political will to DO IT.

      But because of the poison of political-correctness and cultural Marxism, the will to do it will not happen until something truly horrible happens, something on the order of a nuclear weapon vaporizing one of the great cities of the world.

      THAT will be the price of denial and political correctness.

      And THEN we will wipe this ideology of atrocities and crimes against humanity from the face of the earth. With EXTREME prejudice.

      Back to your original comment.

      ‘islamophobic’ is just rhetoric used to shame people into not standing up against the islamic barbarians. A ‘rhetorical trick’ used by professional politicians to prevent a ‘backlash’, to prevent the People from doing naturally what needs to be done.

      Okay fine.

      Then let the people turn their righteous anger toward the traitors who have perpetrated this Treason against the People, the professional political-class.

      Let the criminal political-class try to call them “politician-phobes” and see how well that goes over.

      What is needed is not fear of islam (islamophobia), but aggression toward the islamo-Nazis (for that’s exactly what they are) and aggression toward the political-class traitors who facilitated the islamic invasion.

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      • Janie M. says:

        Their reaction is reminiscent of a puppy rolling over on its back and pissing itself. Yes, the politicians have been derelict in their obligations to their constituents but a continued pattern of repeat attacks hasn’t appeared to create an up-rising by the general populace who appear to be somewhat complacent.

        “But because of the poison of political-correctness and cultural Marxism, the will to do it will not happen until something truly horrible happens, something on the order of a nuclear weapon vaporizing one of the great cities of the world.”

        By then, it will be too late.

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      • TheLastDemocrat says:

        scott567 – I agree. Exactly.

        More broadly put, they are continuing to build a taboo. A taboo is when people might be interested in something, might know something, or might have engaged in something, but simply speaking this, or acknowledging this, is socially unacceptable, and at its best gets the knowing person to censor their own thoughts.

        So, you see this news story, and you know the demographics of the perp before this is revealed. By thes PC overlords, you should be ashamed of yourself for even thinking that, and you should cover this terrible-ness up with weeping, grieving, pearl-clutching and empty platitutes so that no one will suspect.

        Success. They control speech and thought by using your own values against you. No Thought Police needed.

        PS: Bonus: this is why the Progs keep picking weak, loser cases to promote in the BLM struggle. While there are genuine incidents of white LEO carrying out an unwarranted shooting of a Black person, those are not the poster children. Instead, we get this crowd of characters: TM, MB, Freddie Grey, etc.

        This is again the creation of a taboo: “just because he was doing drugs and was a thug does not mean we should profile these scoundrels; instead, we should pearl-clutch, and redeem our nasty thoughts with the opposite – perceiving these thugs as college-bound future rocket scientists.”

        –The matter of taboo is well-known to the Left: review Garret Hardin’s book, “stalking the Wild Taboo.” In that, he explains how, across years, he and others worked to get pre-Roe-v-Wade abortions, when abortions were happening but it was taboo to talk about it so it had no chance of becoming legalized, out of the shadows so it could become socially acceptable, rather than taboo.

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      • bofh says:

        The Brit government is not shy or coy about how they want to deal with terrorism. It’s published on posters that are plastered on the walls. The plan is: Run. And. Hide. Oh yeah, and also “Tell”, although telling will probably get you up on charges for hate speech or something.

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        • susanswa says:

          In our group ‘huddles’ at work last week they told us what to do in case a shooter was in the building. SAME THING! I said that’s ridiculous – you can’t outrun a bullet. I’ve thought about it and I’d rather die trying to stop the shooter than crying in a bathroom stall.

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          • scott467 says:

            “In our group ‘huddles’ at work last week they told us what to do in case a shooter was in the building.”

            _____________

            Unless I’m playing football, anything involving a ‘group huddle’ cannot help but cause me to ask myself, ‘what in the world am I doing here’ followed by ‘where is the nearest exit’? LOL!

            .
            .

            “SAME THING! I said that’s ridiculous – you can’t outrun a bullet. I’ve thought about it and I’d rather die trying to stop the shooter than crying in a bathroom stall.”

            ____________

            Agreed. There is no point in waiting to be executed.

            You have to determine (quickly) whether you have reached the point where there’s “nothing left to lose” by trying.

            Unless you are in a situation with a clear exit that you have a legitimate chance of reaching by running, it seems people would be better off training / rehearsing a gang-attack on the perpetrator, rushing him and throwing whatever is available (books, pencils, stapler, coffee mugs, whatever) at him while you run towards him, to interrupt his ability to aim as you approach.

            Moving targets are hard to hit, even harder to hit under stress, and a rifle is not that maneuverable in close quarters combat. If the shooter is being charged by 3 or more people (the more the better) from different directions / angles, it is highly unlikely that the shooter will get all (or maybe not any) of you before at least a couple of you gang tackle him.

            At that point, everybody grab for the gun, or the the arm that is holding the gun. If it’s a semi-auto pistol (not a revolver) and someone’s hand is gripping the slide (top part of the gun) when if fires, the gun is effectively disabled at that point. It won’t fire again until the slide is manually pulled all the way back and released, which will require the use of his other hand in most cases (it is possible to rack the slide on a pistol one-handed so that it will fire again, but it requires practice and a rear sight that sticks up far enough to catch on something like a belt-buckle or counter-top, nearly impossible to do while being swarmed by several people).

            If you are not physically large enough to subdue him outright, gouge his eyes, slap his ears (both at the same time if possible, breaking his ear-drums), punch his throat with your knuckles, beat on his crotch area until you’re sure he’ll never walk again. With four or more fists flying, he can’t protect everything, so attack whatever is open / vulnerable. Unless you have some kind of training, you probably won’t be thinking much, mostly going berserk, but try to go berserk for the attacker’s vulnerable spots.

            If you resolve to go down fighting (unless there is a legitimate chance to escape) before anything like this ever happens, then you don’t have to think about it in case it ever does happen — you just react and do the best you can.

            That’s all anyone can ask 🙂

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            • susanswa says:

              Thanks for the tips! I’m going to memorize them. I work in a reservation call center with a bunch of woman and men who aren’t exactly ‘manly’ and I don’t think they’d be very helpful. Huddles are a lib thing. We started them five or six years ago then a friend at Wells Fargo talked about their huddles. I think an armed guard would be BTN – better than nothing 👍🏻 We would be sitting ducks.

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            • TheLastDemocrat says:

              If there were a fire extinguisher hung near the entry of most every room in these workplaces and schools, then this might happen:

              Send out a general alarm that there is, or might be, an active shooter;
              In each room, someone grabs the fire extinguisher;
              if the prototypical racist white (male) supremist with an “assault” rifle enters,
              spray the crap out of him for a brief moment, then slam him over the head with the extinguisher.

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        • scott467 says:

          The slogan should be titled “Absence of Masculinity”.

          • Run (like a coward).

          • Hide (like a school girl)

          • Tattle (like a child), but don’t get caught, or you’re a rayciss.

          The ‘powers that be’ must be laughing their asses off at the sheep of the general population.

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        • Jimmy Jack says:

          Avoid
          Barricade
          Confront

          We all need to be ready to use the Israeli swarm technique if we’re ever in one of these situations. I have no doubt that would have aimed some people at Pulse.

          Concealed carry if you can.

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  25. The Devilbat says:

    I grew up in the next town to Sunbury on Thames where that SOB was living. I am really glad that I now live in Florida. At least the honest citizenry here can carry guns. Unlike the those poor buggers in the UK, we can protect ourselves from the Mus-Devils if we have to.

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  26. scott467 says:

    The media went bonzo: […] “ Mr. Trump’s assertion that the assailants had been known to Scotland Yard angered Prime Minister Theresa May, who said it was not helpful for anyone to speculate while an investigation was underway.” (New York Times)”

    ________________

    Oh noes, traitor Theresa May, top-member of the Euro political-class criminals who have perpetrated High Treason against their own people by facilitating the islamic invasion of Europe and subjecting their own citizenry to mass-rape and mass-murder, was ‘angered’.

    I hope she’s not too ‘angry’ to be strung up like Mussolini by the good people of England.

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  27. distracted2 says:

    The blue sidebar in the article provided some more interesting news. The police had been to the property several times in recent weeks. So, not only was he taken into custody a couple of weeks ago, it appears he was under surveillance, including drones in the back yard, and yet they still lost him, only to be be picked up for this attack just as he was buying a ticket out of town.

    This is what is so aggravating. The police were suspicious. They had good reason to be suspicious but they still didn’t have enough surveillance on him to prevent him from getting on the subway with a bomb. And, evidently, some of the neighbors had heard rumors about him but, obviously, no one did anything about it. Another case of “see something, say something” goes unreported. I guess “hearing something” doesn’t count.

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  28. jwingermany says:

    Since the escalation of radical Islamic terror here in Germany and many other parts of Europe, the narrative from “authorities” has been to excuse the terror by claiming that the terrorists have some type of psychological disorder…while at the same time attempting to bury the fact that they are terrorists.

    No $hit Sherlock! All terrorists have a bunch of screws loose…but they are still terrorists!

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  29. BigBlockMill says:

    Theresa May is an example of the Peter Principle.

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  30. I wouldn’t be surprised to learn that the “teenage” refugee was actually in his mid twenties.

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  31. Apfelcobbler says:

    Martosko’s figures could use updating – must be at least the 50th time Trump has been honest and early in his remarks.

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  32. youme says:

    Our FBI just as bad if not worse than Scotland Yard, Just look how they handled Boston bombers prior intelligence, Orlando shooters intelligence, and the mess in Garland Texas where an FBI undercover agent followed the two shooters to the mohammed cartoon forum than ran away when the shooting started.

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  33. jameswlee2014 says:

    With another attack imminent, how polite do you think the interrogation of the suspect was?

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  34. youme says:

    Man, it’s good to be a Democratic senator. Don’t even need your own spin shop.

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  35. youme says:

    Thoughts from Donna Zuckerberg ( facebook founder’s sister ). This woman is filled with hate and rage:

    “A specter is haunting the Internet — the specter of the “alt-right.” The forces of white supremacy and toxic masculinity, fueled by a sense of entitlement dwarfed only by their inflated estimation of their own intelligence, have entered into an unholy alliance to remove feminism, political correctness, and multiculturalism from America. …

    Who are these people? They are part of a group of a few hundred thousand men who have “swallowed the red pill” and belong to a few allied online movements: not just the Alt-Right, but also men’s rights activists, the manosphere, and GamerGate. ”

    https://eidolon.pub/how-to-be-a-good-classicist-under-a-bad-emperor-6b848df6e54a

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    • Jenny R. says:

      So…cartoon frogs are still the greatest menace to the planet I take it?

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    • Bendix says:

      A few hundred thousand men? Try a few.
      Where is the list that they are getting the count from?

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    • Bendix says:

      She’s someone to be reckoned with, by virtue of the man she’s related to?
      Sounds to me like she’s on the side of male supremacy, but doesn’t know it.

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    • scott467 says:

      “Thoughts from Donna Zuckerberg ( facebook founder’s sister ). This woman is filled with hate and rage:”

      _______________

      Nothing a good public spanking wouldn’t fix.

      .

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    • scott467 says:

      Donna Nutcaseberg: ““A specter is haunting the Internet — the specter of the “alt-right.” The forces of white supremacy and toxic masculinity, fueled by a sense of entitlement dwarfed only by their inflated estimation of their own intelligence, have entered into an unholy alliance to remove feminism, political correctness, and multiculturalism from America. …”

      ______________

      A) white supremacists are a zero-influence, unimaginably tiny minority, to the point of being nothing more than a bogeyman

      B) if there is any such thing as ‘toxic masculinity’, our society needs a massive overdose of it, PRONTO, Trapper John. This country is drowning in estrogen, feminism and gender confusion idiocy

      C) hypocrisy, thy name is Donna Zuckerberg — it’s exceedingly rich that the brother of Mark Zuckerberg is calling ANYONE else ‘entitled’, lol!

      D) I welcome Donna to come down from her pearl-encrusted Ivory Tower and engage with the common folks, test our ‘intelligence’ against her own… Donna, won’t you help us to see how we have an ‘inflated estimation’ of our own ‘intelligence’?

      Don’t be afraid, Donna. You’re so brave and feminine and multicultural and so very smart. Pretend like we’re from Missouri, and show us, Donna.

      E) what on earth could possibly be wrong about ‘removing’ the scourge of toxic feminism, the abject dishonesty of ‘political-correctness’ and the lie of ‘multiculturalism’, something which even Broom-Hilda Merkel recognized was a complete and total failure?

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      • wondering999 says:

        The specter of those few “White Supremacists” is also the specter of the FBI since that is who is paying most of them… and that is what scares me, Donna. It ought to scare you too but for whatever reason you’re clueless

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  36. youme says:

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  37. itsy_bitsy says:

    What’s not helpful for Theresa May is for her constituents to know that she, and her forces fouled it up once more! How many times are they going to allow this “Catch and Release” program to continue to fail the British people? Are the Brits totally incapable of putting, what amounts to KILLING, political correctness aside? They are JUST so worried about infringing on radical Islamic killers, and THEIR rights, to such a degree that they do NOTHING, thereby making jacka$$es of themselves and targets of every British citizen! Start playing hardball Ms. May or get out of the boat and let someone else do it.

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  38. JoAnn Leichliter says:

    He who laughs last laughs best. Even when it isn’t funny…

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  39. Summer says:

    While we were traveling from London to New York yesterday, we noticed heightened security. However, a large portion of security personnel at BOTH Heathrow and JFK were friggin Muslims, some of them barely speaking English. I kid you not!
    A burqa-clad passenger in her 50s who was sitting in a wheelchair, refused to get up so she was just wheeled through by an attendant while I had to take off my shoes, be subjected to X-ray screening and patted down. They also rummaged through my purse.

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  40. 4430lacey says:

    Its beginning to dawn on me that women in politics are dirty, filthy sluts and that it is the rule and rarely the exception.

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  41. Bendix says:

    When the British government refuses to protect Britons, it ceases to be a legitimate government.

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  42. Realist says:

    Al Bee Bee Cera (BBC), SKY News the LEFTURDS and the rest of the UK’s print media along with most Politicians, PC PLODS and Security Service Officers now have egg on their faces after the revelation that Trump was 100% correct when he said “Scotland Yard had him in their sights’ But will Trump get an apology for the DISGUSTING insults and innuendoes they flung at Trump – not a chance because being a LEFTARD means never having to ever admit you were WRONG. They have no BRAIN and no SHAME and no concept of what HYPOCRISY could possibly even mean even though without it they have NOTHING.

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