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Swedish newspaper actually suggests BANNING CARS to stop future terrorist attacks


You would not think this had to be said, let alone repeated, but jihad is not caused by cars, the internet, poverty, colonialism, chem-trails, sunspots, or anything other than Muslims. Muslims cause jihad.

However, we are not allowed to say that. In fact, we are not allowed to even think that. So, if someone is run over or stabbed by a jihadi, we only see a car or a knife. Couple this with the fact that the government, by ignoring the real cause, effectively sanctions the periodic, indiscriminate, unprovoked murder of you and your fellow citizens. This is just unthinkable.

At this rate, the blame for jihad will shift from the weapon de jour to the victim of the murder. The people run over by the car had it coming. Their murder was justified. They were asking for it.

And it will be the truth.

They are asking for it, or, at least Aftonbladet is.

Swedish newspaper actually suggests BANNING CARS to stop future terrorist attacks

by Rebel staff

A columnist at the Swedish paper Aftonbladet is suggesting banning cars from city centers to prevent future attacks.

The translated article by Eva Franchell reads, “Cars have turned into deadly weapons. They have been easy to steal and then nothing has been able to stop their advance.”

She goes on, “If people in the future will be protected cars must simply removed from the collection sites and city centers. It is not reasonable for a big truck can be driven right into Stockholm’s popular walking street on a Friday afternoon just before Easter.”

The author then goes on about the need for “quiet environments” and claims “Deliveries to shops and restaurants can also be redirected to the times when fewer people are out walking the streets.”

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