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Sultan Knish: London's Acid Test of Diversity

Things are going smashingly well in Londonistan.

The City of London has the highest murder rate in the land. While the authorities launch investigations into pork being left at a mosque or a hijab supposedly being torn off, crime continues to rise. 119 more words

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Questions Regarding the Acid Attacks in London.

The acid attacks in London are pretty sickening. Permanently disfiguring someone for any reason is pretty brutal. Yet, I’m left asking the question of why there is such little camera evidence of these attacks when London is one of the world’s most surveilled cities? 87 more words

Acid Attack offenders could be jailed for Life : Amber Rudd

అక్కడ ఆమ్లదాడి చేస్తే.. జీవితాంతం వూచలు లెక్కబెట్టాల్సిందే..!

ఏ రోజు వార్తలు చూసినా సరే.. ఎక్కడో అక్కడ మహిళలు యాసిడ్ దాడికి గురయ్యే ఘటనలు మన దేశంలో కనిపిస్తూనే ఉంటాయి..continue

Women 360

The Acid Attacks of London’s Muslim No-Go Zones

Front Page Magazine, by Daniel Greenfield, July 17, 2017:

Things are going smashingly well in Londonistan.

The City of London has the highest murder rate in the land. 1,321 more words

Counter Jihad Report

The state of things

Every time I speak to my mum, she illustrates her forethought and wisdom, which reminds me how unprepared I am to be a parent. I remember one morning talking to her about our flat and she mentioning while she was viewing the flat how she scoped it out and imagined escape routes in the event of an emergency. 668 more words

Newbie

London acid attacks

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Hi, everyone today’s message is largely regarding the recent incidents that have taken place across London with regards to the acid attacks. 558 more words

Zeshan

Acid Attacks In The UK And London Dramatically Increase. Why?

The latest acid attacks in north-east London on Thursday, which saw five people being sprayed with a corrosive liquid, add to a growing number of cases being reported in the UK. 953 more words

Dale Yeager Blog