Are refugees welcome to plant bombs on our trains?

It’s all a long time ago now isn’t it? All of three days since someone put a bomb on a London Underground train and then stepped out of the carriage. Thankfully the detonator went off without managing to trigger the main bomb, which isn’t a mistake we can hope for every time. 30 people were injured on the District Line on Friday morning. But if the bomb had done what it was meant to do then those 30 people wouldn’t have been treated for relatively light injuries. Instead, bits of their remains would have been gathered together in some order and put into the dozens of body bags ordered for them and others at Parsons Green station.

It remains strange how fast we pass over all of this.

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  • Liberal Progressive

    In a multicultural country we must accept that other cultures are at least equal to our own.

    And it is Islamophobic not to accept the words in the Koran, Sira and Hadiths as the literal truth and that it is The Religion of Peace.

  • BillyHW

    Questions the Japanese never ask themselves for reasons shrouded in historical mystery.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Terrorism finds fertile ground in the west not because it’s ferociously deadly but because it’s not. It slowly resets the water level until the populace gives up and gives in. The west is hoping to be confronted with a slow creeping death it can give in to.

  • WalterBannon

    any western government that is not expelling all muslims is a treasonous government and enemy of its people

  • Barrington Minge

    I’d back th return of capital punishment for terrorism, but that is too good for them.
    Life in prison with no prayer mats, korans, halal food et al would suffice.