Well I guess you could say that the Policy shot and killed the Muslim Jihadist who had just killed two people and wounded any more!
Network ignores news reports from UK media
By Kit Daniels
UPDATE: Reports are circulating that the attacker wasan Islamist who acted alone.
CNN downplayed the ISIS-style Parliament attack as a “firearms incident” despite UK media reporting it as a combined knife and car attack.
The network published an article with the headline “UK police investigate ‘firearms incident’ near parliament” around 11:30AM EST.
“London’s Metropolitan Police said on Twitter they were called at approximately 2:40 pm to reports of an incident near Westminster Bridge and that it was being treated as a firearms incident,”CNNsaid. “TV images have emerged of a car crashed into a fence outside the Parliament building.”
CNN did admit a police officer was stabbed in the “firearms incident,” but the article was light on details.
In comparison, both the Sun and the Daily Mail said a knifeman was shot outside the UK Parliament…
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Don’t worry nothing to see could have just been a drunk driver not a deranged Muslim Jihadist !!!
A knife attacker has been shot after a car mowed down pedestrians on Westminster Bridge and charged the gates of parliament, in what police are treating as a terrorist incident. Four people are dead.
What we know
- Four people are dead, including a police officer and the alleged attacker
- Several others have “catastrophic” injuries after a car reportedly mounted the pavement on Westminster Bridge and “tried to mow people down”
- A woman was treated after “falling” from bridge into the River Thames
- A police officer is dead after being stabbed inside Parliament grounds
- The alleged assailant is dead after being shot by armed police
- At least 20 people have been injured
- Police are treating the incident as terrorism
- Police believe there was only one attacker
- Downing Street says May will chair a COBRA emergency meeting tonight after the attack on UK parliament
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More peaceful Muslims !!!
The first images apparently showing the man who launched a terrorist attack in central London on Wednesday have appeared in the UK media.
In photographs published on the Twitter accounts of UK media, the man believed to be the attacker can be seen lying on his back on a stretcher, with medics attending to him and police officers standing nearby.
A large blood-stained bandage can be seen on the man’s torso.
A zoomed-in image circulating in UK media also shows what appears to be a knife lying on the ground near the stretcher
Another photo taken at the scene partly shows a person in brown shoes lying on the ground, apparently held at gunpoint by a police officer. What looks like a knife can also be seen on the ground…
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Why would any sane person want the worlds Riff-Raff to be here. We don’t need them and don’t want them we worked very hard to create a nice clean stable society and now our politicians are destroying it for their own personal gain.
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It would be easy to do that is for sure.
Ankara is in talks with Washington seeking the reversal or softening of the new US ban on electronic devices larger than cellphones in the cabin of US-bound flights from 10 airports in Muslim-majority countries, Turkey’s transport minister has said.
“This is a wrongful measure. They shouldn’t confuse Istanbul, through which 80 million people are taking flights every year, with other cities,” the minister, Ahmet Arslan, told journalists on Tuesday.
Turkish authorities have already taken every possible precaution at Ataturk International Airport in Istanbul, he added.
The transport minister believes the US ban will “decrease the level of comfort for the passengers and will lead to a drop in their numbers.”
According to Arslan, the Turkish authorities will try to settle the issue through negotiations with Washington.
“We are particularly emphasizing how this will not…
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Anyone that kinks their not coming to Europe to convert them to Islam is a fool!
Muslim admits working with the Left for White genocide. Out-aging, out-breeding program is White genocide in few generations. “you do not represent British society. British society is aging, it needs multiculturalism, young labour power etc.”
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And they wonder why La Pen is up in the polls
Following the infamous Calais ‘Jungle’ camp closure, many of those displaced have been relocating to Paris. RT crew talked to Parisians, both newly-arrived and native, to find out how this is affecting the city.
Despite French Minister of Housing Emmanuelle Cosse assuring people on Friday that there “has been no migrant movement between Calais and Paris,” a number of French organizations that deal with migrants have been reporting an increase in newcomers at the Paris Stalingrad metro station camp since the ‘Jungle’ was closed.
The Office for Welcoming and Accompanying Migrants stated earlier this week that the number of asylum-seekers in the area jumped sharply from 2,000 to 3,000, and the same numbers were voiced by Heloise Mary from the bureau of migration, on France’s BFMTV.
“We have seen a big increase since the start of the week. Last night, our teams…
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One day after the Trump administration imposed restriction on carry-on electronic devices on planes coming to the United States from 10 airports in Muslim-majority countries in the Middle East and North Africa in response to unspecified terrorism threats, moments ago the UK issued a similar ban, restricting the use of carry on laptops and tablets for inbound flights for flights originating in the following middle-eastern nations: Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia, and surprisingly, Saudi Arabia.
And so what last night appeared to some to be a capricious decision by the Trump administration, may have been prompted by some actionable intel since the UK has joined the action.
According to Downing Street, no phones, tablets, or laptops bigger than 16cm length, 9.3cm wide and 1.5cm deep would be allowed in the main cabin of the plane. The devices will need to be placed into hold luggage and checked-in instead.
“The safety and security of the travelling public is our highest priority,” said a government spokesperson. “In the last few weeks we have had a number of meetings on aviation security. This morning at a meeting we agreed that these new measures were required.”
According to the FT, the spokesperson declined to explain how the decision was made, saying, “we would not get into the information on which this decision was taken but we think these steps are necessary and proportionate. We have spoken closely with the US [about which countries they have included] but we have each taken our own decisions on this.”
UK carriers affected by the ban are: British Airways, EasyJet, Jet2.com, Monarch, Thomas Cook and Thomson.
While we await more detais, a reminder that on Monday afternoon, the DHS said passengers traveling from a selection of airports could not bring devices larger than a cellphone, such as tablets, portable DVD players, laptops and cameras, into the main cabin. Instead, they must be in checked baggage. The new restrictions were prompted by reports that militant groups want to smuggle explosive devices in electronic gadgets, officials told reporters on a conference call on Monday. They did not provide further details on the threat.
The airports are in Cairo; Istanbul; Kuwait City; Doha, Qatar; Casablanca, Morocco; Amman, Jordan; Riyadh and Jeddah, Saudi Arabia; and Dubai and Abu Dhabi in United Arab Emirates.
Officials said the decision had nothing to do with President Donald Trump’s efforts to impose a travel ban on six majority-Muslim nations. DHS spokeswoman Gillian Christensen said the government “did not target specific nations. We relied upon evaluated intelligence to determine which airports were affected.”
The airports affected by the electronics rules are served by nine airlines that fly directly from those cities to the United States about 50 flights a day, senior government officials said.
The carriers – Royal Jordanian Airlines, Egypt Air, Turkish Airlines, Saudi Arabian Airlines, Kuwait Airways [KA.UL], Royal Air Maroc, Qatar Airways, Emirates and Etihad Airways – have until Friday to comply with the new policy, which took effect early on Tuesday and will be in place indefinitely.
Several of the carriers, including Turkish Airlines, Etihad and Qatar, said early on Tuesday that they were quickly moving to comply. Royal Jordanian and Saudi Airlines said on Monday that they were immediately putting the directive into place.
An Emirates spokeswoman said the new security directive would last until Oct. 14. However, Christensen termed that date “a placeholder for review” of the rule.
The policy does not affect any American carriers because none fly directly to the United States from the airports, officials said. Officials did not explain why the restrictions only apply to travelers arriving in the United States and not for those same flights when they leave from there. The rules do apply to U.S. citizens traveling on those flights, but not to crew members on those foreign carriers. Homeland Security will allow passengers to use larger approved medical devices.
Angela Gittens, director general of airport association ACI World, likened the move to years-long restrictions of liquids on planes, which she said also came suddenly, in response to a perceived threat, and caused some disruption. Airlines will adjust to the electronics policy, she said. “The first few days of something like this are quite problematic, but just as with the liquids ban, it will start to sort itself out.”
DHS said the procedures would “remain in place until the threat changes” and did not rule out expanding them to other airpor