It’s every day news now: another attack corresponding to the jihadist modus operandi, and another enemedia “news” report in which nothing is revealed about the perpetrator. However, in this case, British authorities have already admitted that this was a terror attack. That’s unusual in this age of denial and willful ignorance.
Nevertheless, soon there will come another group of officials saying the motive is unclear.
Watch this space for the same thing happening yet again next week. And the week after that. And on and on until the West collapses — or finally decides to put a stop to this madness.
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This is the horrifying moment a Ford Fiesta swerved to hit at least ten cyclists and pedestrians at up to 50mph before narrowly missing two police officers as it ploughed into barriers outside the Houses of Parliament today.
The terror suspect, a black man in his late twenties now refusing to co-operative with police, was pulled from the smoking silver Ford Fiesta by around a dozen armed officers who had their rifles trained on him.
A ‘loud bang’ followed by screams echoed around Parliament Square at 7.30am this morning and CCTV uncovered by the BBC shows the car swerve the wrong way down the road and ‘intentionally’ veer through crowds before smashing into a security barrier.
Two uniformed police officers manning the checkpoint designed to withstand a high speed lorry attack are shown diving away and detectives are investigating if they were the true targets of the suspected terror attack.
Three people were injured and one female cyclist is being treated for serious but not life-threatening injuries, which MailOnline understands is a broken hip.
Geoffrey Woodman, 27, from Battersea, heard a ‘loud screech’ and told MailOnline: ‘It [the Ford Fiesta] cut out in front of us through the red light on the wrong side of the road. It swerved left and hit the lady two bikes to my left. Its windscreen hit her quite hard. One slight turn of the wheel and it would have taken me out. It was chaos’.
A suspected terrorist arrested at gunpoint after ploughing a car into pedestrians near parliament is refusing to talk to police as detectives try to identify him, the Met’s terror chief said today.
Neil Basu, the Met’s Assistant Commissioner Specialist Operations, said the man, in his 20s, is ‘not currently cooperating’ after his arrest shortly after 7.30am.
A woman remains in hospital in a serious but stable condition after the suspected attacker drove a silver Ford Fiesta into cyclists before crashing into security barrier.
Police are treating the incident as a ‘deliberate’ terrorist incident.
It is not yet known whether the suspected attacker was on the radar of security services….
Mr Basu added: ‘This appears to be a deliberate act, the method and this iconic site, we’re treating it as a terrorist incident.
‘Officers are searching the vehicle but no other weapons have been found at this time.’
He said no other suspects were identified or reported, adding: ‘There’s no intelligence at this time of further danger to Londoners or the rest of the U.K.’
He said: ‘The priority is to formally establish the ID and his motives. He is not currently cooperating.’…
Scotland Yard said the crash is being treated as a ‘terrorist incident’ and counter-terror chief Neil Basu said the suspect was not known to police or MI5.
Mr Basu also said that he appears to have been working alone and there is ‘no intelligence at this time of further danger’ to Londoners following the Westminster car attack.
He said: ‘It appears to be a deliberate act. We are treating it as a terrorist incident. The man is in his late 20s and he’s been arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences and has been taken to a South London police station where he remains in custody.
‘Our priority now is to formally establish the identity of the suspect and establish his motivation if we can. He is not currently co-operating’
Parliament is closed today but most MPs are away because it is during the summer recess, and a huge ‘Terror cordon’ stretching nearly a mile around Parliament Square is in place.
Today’s crash came 17 months after Khalid Masood drove into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge – killing five – before stabbing to death PC Keith Palmer at the gates of Parliament….
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