“Youths” — you know what that means (same thing as “Asians,” “immigrants,” “Moroccans” — you know — the language of the dead). The war that dare not speak its name.
Knifeman “goes on rampage” and stabs commuters on east London train sparking evacuation at Hackney Central station. Things are so bad in London, folks have taken to wearing “knife-proof body armour.”
Multiculturalism in action, And our leftwing superiors demand, “embrace the suck!”
— Source LOOPS (@loopssource) October 1, 2018
Two attacks in different cities within a short space of time.
POLICE have rushed to Birmingham city centre after initial reports of a stabbing in which there were three people were stabbed.
Three people were stabbed in a horrifying incident this evening near a McDonald’s.
A huge police cordon is in place on Bull Street where it meets Dale End in the town centre.
The attack happened around 6pm and officers told a reporter from the Birmingham Mail there has been “several casualties”.
Twitter users report that up to 100 youths were hanging around the scene before the incident.
Knifeman ‘goes on rampage’ and stabs one person on east London train sparking evacuation at Hackney Central station
- A knifeman has gone on a stabbing rampage in East London, injuring at least one
- One witness wrote: ‘Avoid Hackney Central. Some guy just pulled out a knife’
- British Transport Police has confirmed they are dealing with an ongoing situation
- The service has been suspended between Highbury & Islington and Stratford
A knifeman has been arrested by police this evening following a stabbing on the London Overground.
One person was knifed in the attack at Hackney Central station in East London.
Pictures from frightened commuters show hundreds of passengers evacuating the station with service suspended between Highbury & Islington and Stratford following the incident.
A knifeman has been arrested by police this evening following reports of a ‘stabbing rampage’ on the London Overground. At least one person has been knifed in the attack at Hackney Central station in East London
Pictures from frightened commuters show hundreds of passengers evacuating the station with service suspended between Highbury & Islington and Stratford following the incident
One witness said on Twitter: ‘Avoid Hackney Central. Some guy just pulled out a knife on my overground train and the staff are saying he stabbed someone. Absolutely terrifying.’
Passenger Bunmi Ogunleye wrote: ‘We were all terrified! The guy who got stabbed was running until he collapsed. Bleeding from the chest.’
Melanie Norton added: ‘Lots of people running out of Hackney Central saying there’s a man with a knife!’
Hazel Orton, wrote on Twitter: ‘Full on stampede on the train after a man was attacked on the train coming into Hackney Central, 5 feet away from where I was sitting, people dropped phones and bags, hope victim is OK.’
She told the Evening Standard: ‘People were shouting ‘get me off the train. I was sitting with a few other people, I was in a bit of confusion and didn’t understand what was going on.
Hackney Central 5 mins ago. No idea if the guy's been arrested but be vigilant. pic.twitter.com/PDIZc3FUeh
— Joe Street (@joestreet18) October 2, 2018
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