Terrorism Victim Labelled an Extremist

You know we live in a Clown World when reality leaves satire for dust. Just a year ago, Patriarchy Comics published a strip that showed London’s Metropolitan Police “Illegal Meme Division” responding to an Islamic terror attack by rushing to the nearest mosque: “Are you OK? Has anybody said anyfink offensive to ya?” “But wot abaht the Crusades?!!”

This is, after all, the British police who deliberately ignored the decades-long, industrial-scale rape of white children by Pakistani Muslims, but arrest Londoners (who are left to die in jail) for putting bacon on mosque door-handles, and who stand by while Muslim mobs threaten people in Speaker’s Corner, but handcuff black Christians for preaching in public.

But in what must be the most insulting act of Clown World stupidity, a victim of Muslim terrorists has been put on a watch-list.

The ‘Lion of London Bridge’ who was hailed a hero for fighting off knife-wielding jihadis during the terror attack said he is on an anti-terror watch list after being contacted by far-right anti-Islam supporters.

Given that British authorities’ definition of “far-right” and “anti-Islam” encompasses everyone to the right of Marx and Engels, and anyone who dares so much as say, “Gosh, I rather think that fellow with the beard should stop stabbing people”, this claim must be taken with a Siberian dose of salt.

Roy Larner, 49, screamed, ‘f*** you, I’m Millwall,’ as he took on the knife murderers when they struck in June 2017 while he was enjoying a pint in the Black & Blue restaurant in Borough Market, in Southwark, south-east London.

But Mr Larner has since been placed on the Government’s Prevent programme over fears that he could become an extremist after he was contacted by far-right yobs.

“Far-right yobs”: there’s some unbiased reporting for you.

He has had to attend de-radicalisation classes and police are monitoring him, the Sun reported…

The 49-year-old required surgery after being slashed multiple times in the head and neck by Rachid Redouane and Yousseff Zaghba, who – along with third terrorist Khuram Butt – ended up killing eight and injuring 38 others.

He was released from hospital 12 days after the attack which left him with more than 80 stitches to his head, ear, arms and hands…Mr Larner said one of the attackers had shouted, ‘This is for Allah,’ and ‘Islam, Islam, Islam,’ when they struck.

Even after being repeatedly stabbed and falling to the floor, CCTV footage showed Mr Larner raising his fists in defence.

Well, proof positive of Islamophobia, right there. How dare he accurately describe his attackers as Muslims, and defend himself? The fellow might as well be wearing camouflage clothing and have Nordic tattoos.

A Home Office spokesman told MailOnline: ‘Prevent safeguards people who may be vulnerable to being drawn into terrorism.

But, just as Australia’s self-declared “de-radicalisation expert”, Labor politician Anne Aly, struggles to name anyone she’s actually deradicalised, Prevent doesn’t exactly deliver much bang for its taxpayer-funded buck.

Prevent, which was introduced in 2011, has an annual budget of about £40 million and aims to stop people being drawn into terrorism…

Prevent has come under renewed scrutiny recently after it emerged that Parsons Green Tube bomber Ahmed Hassan was referred to the scheme.


But at least nobody’s being offended by bacon.