Europe has become overrun with Muslim refugees who are now doing what they came there to do and kill the hand who feeds them. After the Islamic State called for more “lone wolf” attacks, one jihadi in London followed orders and committed what looks like a clear act of terrorism outside the Palace of Westminster in London.
Four fatalities have been confirmed, including one police officer and the alleged terrorist who drove his car into a crowd of people gathered outside the parliament, The Sun reported. While this news outlet referred to the suspect, identified as Islamic hate preacher Abu Izzadeen, as a terrorist, British media is referring to him by a new name for sick reason.
Photos of Izzadeen have started to emerge which show him looking as Muslim as they come and in some shots he’s even flashing the all too familiar “1” sign that a signature of ISIS. His name is well known in London as an Islamic jihadi who preaches hate of Westerners, but despite all the obvious identifying factors that he’s Muslim and his intention was a terror attack, British media is calling him “Asian,” Milo reported.
It’s bad enough that American news agencies were referring to this terror attack as a “firearms incident,” but to try and call this man an Asian instead of a Muslim, is worse — and is an insult to actual Asians. They somehow think their new descriptive words will change what everyone can clearly see in these pictures. There wasn’t an Asian in this attack nor did the terrorist use a gun, but there was a Muslim man with a car as a weapon and a knife which he plunged into a police officer.
"Asian" in appearance. Such bullshit. https://t.co/dbcS1XmOF8
— Tess (@Tess4579) March 22, 2017
Mainstream media is using verbal gymnastics to hide the fact that this is Islam in action that President Trump is trying to prevent from happening in the U.S. with his travel ban. Just a week after a Hawaii judge blocked the ban, Izzadeen proved exactly why we need it. Trying to convince people he’s an Asian guy with a gun isn’t going to change the reality of the situation.