Saturday, 6 August 2016

London Somali from Norway knifeman was “devout Muslim”; neighbour says had NO mental problems!

Immediately after the attack happened, British authorities said that the attacker had serious mental health issues and no link to terrorism. 

We at SDR wrote already then that this is always said when its a Muslim …

Reality however looks different !

Now his neighbor has come forward and revealed that he had no mental health issues but a big interest in the Islamic State (ISIS). 

The British (and U.S.) authorities try to obscure the motivating ideology of jihad terrorists every time there is a jihad attack. 

They are doing everything they can to keep their people from getting the idea that there is a jihad threat at all. This is a grave disservice to Britons and Americans, and the ignorance and complacency this strategy fosters endanger us all.

Counter-terror police will today forensically study computers belonging to the Russell Square knifeman as a neighbour claimed the ‘impressionable’ teenager could have been inspired by ISIS.

Scotland Yard believe Zakaria Bulhan, 19, a Norwegian national of Somali origin who moved to the UK in 2002, was not ‘motivated by terrorism’ but its officers are trawling his possessions for extremist material. In other words a typical so called politically correct consensus answer similar to the ones given in France or in Gaermany ….
Its almost like they would give statements readily written in case there is a Muslim Allahu Akbar attack ….

Lucky for the common man there are honest people out there:  Neighbour Mr Parmjit Singh, a BBC radio DJ known as ‘DJ Precious’ on the Asian network, said he had known ‘impressionable’ Buchan for seven years, adding: ‘His mental health problems are a scapegoat.’

The 36 year old Mr Parmjit said: ‘They said he had mental health issues but that was not the boy I knew. ‘The news of his mental illness is completely new, we never heard that. Honestly, I think his mental health problems are a scapegoat.’

Asked what he thought motivated the attack, Mr Parmjit said: ‘I think peer pressure, hanging around with gangs. This sounds very possible and realistic to us at SDR.

Zakaria Bulhan wasn’t working, he was hanging around with Somalian boys and I think they had possible links to serious ISIS people, “maybe not directly”, but they see all this stuff and are inspired by it….

Mr Permit said further: 
‘Why would he attack an American woman tourist in a random attack? 

I think boys have put pressure on him to go there and do something. 
He was very impressionable growing up’. …