England banned guns, then the leftist Muslim mayor of London banned knives to stop terror. And now he even wants to ban automobiles to stop terror! If this leftist doesn’t prove that banning inanimate objects doesn’t stop either crime or terrorism, noting does.
London’s Muslim Mayor, Sadiq Khan, has now made himself the most risible figure in the world by essentially saying that it is cars, not Islam, that causes terrorism.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan said Wednesday he wants to ban cars from certain areas of Parliament Square in response to a suspected terror attack on Tuesday https://t.co/W7KrSE8V4B
— POLITICO (@politico) August 15, 2018
In the wake of a Muslim who used his auto to try and kill as many people as possible just outside the Parliament building, Kahn proclaimed that London needs to be free of … cars.
This Muslim apologists soberly told the BBC that the city needs to shut roads down to prevent terror.
“I think there would be lots of challenges if we would do the whole square. It is a thoroughfare for cars, vehicles and commercial deliveries going through London,” Kahn told the BBC. So it’s possible to have a designed solution … in keeping our buildings and people as safe as we can do. And also not losing what is so wonderful about our city that is a vibrant democracy, people can walk around safely.”
This new plan comes on the heels of Kahn’s warning that knives commit terrorism.
— Mayor of London (@MayorofLondon) April 17, 2018
One wonders when Kahn will take note of the growing number of acid attacks in his fine city?
A recent report by Breitbart UK noted that Britain suffers 15 acid attacks a week, with three quarters of those attacks happening in Kahn’s own city of London.
The United Kingdom’s surge of the previously unheard of phenomenon of acid attacks has seen an average of 15 a week over the past three years, with the vast majority taking place in the crime-struck capital, London.
There were 2,602 acid attacks in Britain between January 2015 and May 2018, the equivalent of 15 a week, according to government figures accessed by The Mirror newspaper.
Comparing that figure — which will almost certainly be higher on average for 2018 crimes given the apparent surge in acid attacks in the past year — the newspaper notes between 2007 and 2011 there were just 100 such attacks, or just one a fortnight over the period.
Of the attacks, the majority took place in London — 73 per cent — despite just 12 per cent of people in the United Kingdom living in the capital.
But we know why Kahn won’t talk about this spree of violence. Because nearly every criminal that uses acid in attacks like this are Muslim.
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