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Defining terrorist is not an easy thing to do other than judge the act itself. The police can't read someone's mind, they can look at his computer if he has one and ask him questions he might not answer. It beggars believe how some people are so trusting of what they are told by the news....there is a chance this guy isn't a lone wolf terrorist but I doubt it.

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RIP to the poor lady who lost her life and a speedy recovery to the injured. Whatever the motives it was a cowardly attack, mental health issue or not most of these Somalians have no respect for fck a

Thats the official line these days. "Mentally disturbed" just don't mention islam in case of a backlash!   Again being treated like were fukn idiots. Every c**t knows whos to blame even my fukn du

We can't kill them. That would be wrong and might send out the wrong impression. We'll put a tag on them and everything will be ok...   Pathetic....it's about time we had a strong leader that would

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The assistant commissioner said that it is believed the victims were chosen at random and it was a spontaneous attack.

 

He said his officers were making "urgent progress" in their investigation into the deadly incident.

 

He confirmed the suspect and his family had been interviewed and searches had been carried out at addresses in North and South London.

 

"I emphasise that so far weve found no evidence of radicalisation that would suggest the man in our custody is in anyway motivated by terrorism," he said.

So the attacker has been interviewed and they're still saying no terrorism motive. Now terrorists aren't usually shy about their reasons for carrying out attacks (would kind of defeat the point of carrying them out in the first place) so I'd say it's safe to say this wasn't a terrorist attack motivated by any kind of extremism, just a nutter going nuts in public.

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Why would a terrorist hide the motives behind his attack? When has that ever happened before?

 

And if you're implying the police are lying about what was said in his interview well then they're going to look very silly indeed when he stands up in court and says he's an Islamic extremist aren't they :laugh:

 

 

Why are people finding it so hard to accept that he probably wasn't motivated by any kind of extremist ideology? I seem to remember a lot of lads on here were very quick to put the murder of Jo Cox down to just a nutter going nuts even though there was clear evidence he was motivated by political extremism, in this case there's no such evidence but everyone is sure he's definitely a terrorist :hmm:

Must admit i havent read the whole of this topic just the last few pages and i dont really understand what the argument is Bgd sounds pretty much spot on to me what is there to suggest this was anything to do with terrorism i went along Woburn Place yesterday there was masses of news reporters/media etc all round Russell Square but hardly saw a plod anywhere surely if it was thought there was any connection to terrorists they would of been all over it ?........just seems like your average random nutcase doing what random nutcases do.... or maybe im wrong.

This specific case yes but there's enough real terrorist attacks and threats to cause worry across this continent.....

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http://www.itv.com/news/2016-08-04/police-no-evidence-russell-square-stabbing-suspect-was-radicalised/

 

The assistant commissioner said that it is believed the victims were chosen at random and it was a spontaneous attack.

 

He said his officers were making "urgent progress" in their investigation into the deadly incident.

 

He confirmed the suspect and his family had been interviewed and searches had been carried out at addresses in North and South London.

 

"I emphasise that so far weve found no evidence of radicalisation that would suggest the man in our custody is in anyway motivated by terrorism," he said.

So the attacker has been interviewed and they're still saying no terrorism motive. Now terrorists aren't usually shy about their reasons for carrying out attacks (would kind of defeat the point of carrying them out in the first place) so I'd say it's safe to say this wasn't a terrorist attack motivated by any kind of extremism, just a nutter going nuts in public.

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Why would a terrorist hide the motives behind his attack? When has that ever happened before?

 

And if you're implying the police are lying about what was said in his interview well then they're going to look very silly indeed when he stands up in court and says he's an Islamic extremist aren't they :laugh:

 

 

Why are people finding it so hard to accept that he probably wasn't motivated by any kind of extremist ideology? I seem to remember a lot of lads on here were very quick to put the murder of Jo Cox down to just a nutter going nuts even though there was clear evidence he was motivated by political extremism, in this case there's no such evidence but everyone is sure he's definitely a terrorist :hmm:

Must admit i havent read the whole of this topic just the last few pages and i dont really understand what the argument is Bgd sounds pretty much spot on to me what is there to suggest this was anything to do with terrorism i went along Woburn Place yesterday there was masses of news reporters/media etc all round Russell Square but hardly saw a plod anywhere surely if it was thought there was any connection to terrorists they would of been all over it ?........just seems like your average random nutcase doing what random nutcases do.... or maybe im wrong.

This specific case yes but there's enough real terrorist attacks and threats to cause worry across this continent.....

 

 

Exactly, there's enough actual terrorist attacks that's why I can't understand people trying to twist this one into a terrorist attack when all the evidence points to that not being the case.

 

I think some people just have a hard time admitting they jumped to conclusions and got it wrong which is silly really because even I would say it's reasonable to assume it's a terrorist attack when you first hear of a man from a Muslim country going on a rampage in London but when more facts come to light showing that probably isn't the case you should accept you got it wrong not start making up conspiracy theories.

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Govs will start using this Mental illness Retoric to appease the masses and cover the facts .

 

It's what they do.

 

One thing if he was not in this Country it could never of happened and a mother ' wife ' a innocent lady would stil be around.

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If it was a mental health issue (which I doubt except for in the sense that anyone stabbing strangers is mental), why did he bother to get a train or buses into Central London to stab a white woman? Why not do it outside his house in Tooting?

 

Premeditated copy cat attack that one of his relgion had done recently.

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If it was a mental health issue (which I doubt except for in the sense that anyone stabbing strangers is mental), why did he bother to get a train or buses into Central London to stab a white woman? Why not do it outside his house in Tooting?

 

Premeditated copy cat attack that one of his relgion had done recently.

Not just white the victim was an American. One of the others was Israeli.

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http://www.itv.com/news/2016-08-04/police-no-evidence-russell-square-stabbing-suspect-was-radicalised/

 

The assistant commissioner said that it is believed the victims were chosen at random and it was a spontaneous attack.

 

He said his officers were making "urgent progress" in their investigation into the deadly incident.

 

He confirmed the suspect and his family had been interviewed and searches had been carried out at addresses in North and South London.

 

"I emphasise that so far weve found no evidence of radicalisation that would suggest the man in our custody is in anyway motivated by terrorism," he said.

So the attacker has been interviewed and they're still saying no terrorism motive. Now terrorists aren't usually shy about their reasons for carrying out attacks (would kind of defeat the point of carrying them out in the first place) so I'd say it's safe to say this wasn't a terrorist attack motivated by any kind of extremism, just a nutter going nuts in public.

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Why would a terrorist hide the motives behind his attack? When has that ever happened before?

 

And if you're implying the police are lying about what was said in his interview well then they're going to look very silly indeed when he stands up in court and says he's an Islamic extremist aren't they :laugh:

 

 

Why are people finding it so hard to accept that he probably wasn't motivated by any kind of extremist ideology? I seem to remember a lot of lads on here were very quick to put the murder of Jo Cox down to just a nutter going nuts even though there was clear evidence he was motivated by political extremism, in this case there's no such evidence but everyone is sure he's definitely a terrorist :hmm:

Must admit i havent read the whole of this topic just the last few pages and i dont really understand what the argument is Bgd sounds pretty much spot on to me what is there to suggest this was anything to do with terrorism i went along Woburn Place yesterday there was masses of news reporters/media etc all round Russell Square but hardly saw a plod anywhere surely if it was thought there was any connection to terrorists they would of been all over it ?........just seems like your average random nutcase doing what random nutcases do.... or maybe im wrong.
This specific case yes but there's enough real terrorist attacks and threats to cause worry across this continent.....

Exactly, there's enough actual terrorist attacks that's why I can't understand people trying to twist this one into a terrorist attack when all the evidence points to that not being the case.

 

I think some people just have a hard time admitting they jumped to conclusions and got it wrong which is silly really because even I would say it's reasonable to assume it's a terrorist attack when you first hear of a man from a Muslim country going on a rampage in London but when more facts come to light showing that probably isn't the case you should accept you got it wrong not start making up conspiracy theories.

If he was just a crackpot and had no terrorist links as such, chances are these recent terrorist attacks across Europe are a big factor in his attack don't you agree? Edited by DogFox123
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http://www.itv.com/news/2016-08-04/police-no-evidence-russell-square-stabbing-suspect-was-radicalised/

 

The assistant commissioner said that it is believed the victims were chosen at random and it was a spontaneous attack.

 

He said his officers were making "urgent progress" in their investigation into the deadly incident.

 

He confirmed the suspect and his family had been interviewed and searches had been carried out at addresses in North and South London.

 

"I emphasise that so far weve found no evidence of radicalisation that would suggest the man in our custody is in anyway motivated by terrorism," he said.

So the attacker has been interviewed and they're still saying no terrorism motive. Now terrorists aren't usually shy about their reasons for carrying out attacks (would kind of defeat the point of carrying them out in the first place) so I'd say it's safe to say this wasn't a terrorist attack motivated by any kind of extremism, just a nutter going nuts in public.

naivety springs to mind At

Why would a terrorist hide the motives behind his attack? When has that ever happened before?

 

And if you're implying the police are lying about what was said in his interview well then they're going to look very silly indeed when he stands up in court and says he's an Islamic extremist aren't they :laugh:

 

 

Why are people finding it so hard to accept that he probably wasn't motivated by any kind of extremist ideology? I seem to remember a lot of lads on here were very quick to put the murder of Jo Cox down to just a nutter going nuts even though there was clear evidence he was motivated by political extremism, in this case there's no such evidence but everyone is sure he's definitely a terrorist :hmm:

Must admit i havent read the whole of this topic just the last few pages and i dont really understand what the argument is Bgd sounds pretty much spot on to me what is there to suggest this was anything to do with terrorism i went along Woburn Place yesterday there was masses of news crews/reporters/media etc all round Russell Square but hardly saw a plod anywhere surely if it was thought there was any connection to terrorists they would of been all over it ?........just seems like your average random nutcase doing what random nutcases do.... or maybe im wrong.
I don't understand why anyone would care if a nutter from an Islamic country who went psycho and stabbed people was mistaken for a terrorist or is just a nutter. Bgd just likes to find ways to disconnect islam from these things for some reason.
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Funny how those smelly c**ts directing terrorism preach about killing the infidels on the steets. Then low and behold when it happens were told it had nothing to do with that. I dont believe coincidence in these matters!

 

I bet a pound to a pail of shite this latest attack the black c**t was influenced by them!

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I don't understand why anyone would care if a nutter from an Islamic country who went psycho and stabbed people was mistaken for a terrorist or is just a nutter. Bgd just likes to find ways to disconnect islam from these things for some reason.

 

Im not into all the them v us nonsense mate i nail my colours to the mast on these things if i had my way we would of f****d the lot of them off years ago.....its just my understanding that terrorists commit these acts wanting people to know they are terrorists so purely as an individual case i just dont really see how this one was.....thats all.

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the fact that the press and police stated immediately that he was was a norwegian citizen of somalian decent says it all ,he is a somalian that was granted asylum in Norway which then gave him free movement to Britain and then strangely blew a fuse when in London, you can see why people are scepticle

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JD there will be plenty with no apparent links that the light switch flicks just by being radicalised by others actions.

For the best part the lone wolfs will be weak as piss in the head thinking they have brought meaning to their shitty lives.

But all the same their actions are in the name of Islam and if they were not here they could not committ these crimes.

I'm not saying turf every single Muslim out

But definatley all the illegal ones

Then shore up our borders and strictly vet those lucky enough to be allowed in the future in minimal numbers and make the consequences severe for those here that do perpetrate terrorism or support it in any way.

 

Common sense really .

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