London’s Muslim Problem Persists

Posted September 15th, 2017 by Iron Mike

London’s population has grown and changed in recent decades,  – and last year they elected a young Muslim man as their new mayor.   It seemed very progressive….
As terror incidents keep happening,  they may wish they hadn’t

With 8.8 million people – and most of the new ones Muslim,  London has experienced dozens of terrorist attacks.

This morning it was a flash bomb hidden in a bucket – aboard their “tube” – their subway system. 

18 people were burned.  Muslims delight in burning non-believers.

UPDATE:    Sat 16 Sept 2017   British cops make ‘significant arrest’ of an 18-yr old (Muslim?) man at Dover port….


AND AS EVENTS UNFOLD:   Sat 16 Sept 2017   The 18-yr old is a Syrian Muslim refugee – taken in by an elderly London couple Penelope and Ronald Jones famous for their charity to orphans.

AND – – Trump was right – the London cops had nabbed him two weeks ago – but let him go.


UPDATE:    Monday 18 Sept 2017   2nd Suspect is IDed as 21-Year-Old Syrian immigrant Yahyah Farouk

Remember Americans, during the last 4 Obama years, thousands of these were secretly brought to the US and dumped into random cities.

5 Responses to “London’s Muslim Problem Persists”

  1. GreenBeretLTC

    As my twilight years begin arriving, I was planning one last European sojourn. Might just add London to the list of cities not to revisit. Matter of fact, didn’t much care for it the last time I visited…

  2. Kojack

    The election of Sadiq Khan proves that the Brits have still not woken up to the muslim threat.

  3. Clinton ma tea party

    ANYONE got any rope?

  4. John Pagel

    The Brits didn’t do well when Chamberlain tried to make nice with Hitler, some people never learn

  5. Hawk1776

    At the risk of sounding racist, the more they breed they more acute the problem will become. England as we knew it no longer exists. Do we want this problem here?

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