Theresa May says the internet must now be regulated following London Bridge terror attack

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Madam, kindly go jump in a lake (another phrase first came to mind but I'm trying to be polite). I would like to point out that while you perhaps slept through history class there are lots of us out here who were awake for at least some of it. One thing I do know: successful terrorism predates the Internet by, well, I'll phrase it so you can understand: lots and lots. It's because of decades, nay, centuries of the UK & lackies (and more recently the US & its lackies joining the hose fest) of pissing in everyone's pool. You not only piss in their pools, you find a way to get the pissee to pay for the clean up and often take the blame too! Despicable. The Internet is not the problem, you and your ilk are. Oh, and you really make me laugh, as do many other leader wannabes, with your fist pounding for stiffer and harsher prison sentences for terrorism. Next time you see a suicide bomber, ask him or her what they think of this approach. I hope someone laughing in your face doesn't hurt your feelings much.

Theresa May says the internet must now be regulated following London Bridge terror attack | The Independent

Let's peer a little deeper into this tale shall we and poke around a bit into the details of that cowardly and horrific bombing in Manchester:

On the steps of Downing Street Mrs May said yesterday: "While we have made significant progress in recent years, there is, to be frank, far too much tolerance of extremism in our country.

London Bridge Attack: Transcript of Theresa May's Speech | Time

We need to become far more robust in identifying it and stamping it out across the public sector and across society…"
Top Tory Sajid Javid calls on Muslims to do more to tackle extremism |

"Enough is enough. We need to be stronger and more resolute in standing up to these people."
Tories plan new commission to tackle extremism and promote Britain's values

So there's a couple of quotes from many available which shows that Mrs. May and her party pushing, for some time now too, the "you (Muslim community)/we (the government, on behalf of the people) need to do more" narrative, which of course will, as it almost always does, result in further scaling back of freedom.

But hold on a tick, the police and government (M15) already knew who the bomber was but did not act or react. Not only that, he was on radar when Mrs. May was Home Secretary whose responsibilities include protecting the UK interior. Now, it can be easily understood why there would be no reaction with just one or two anonymous tips, however in this case and as time wore on, there were far more tips and warnings than just a couple. Some were made by folks who could be considered to have at lease some access to some facts like family, a family friend and neighbours…oh, and the FBI as well.

'He supports terrorism': Salman Abedi's Muslim peers warned cops about Manchester suicide bomber Salman Abedi 5 years ago - Mirror Online
Anti-terror hotline 'received warnings about Manchester bomber years ago' | UK | News |
Security services missed five opportunities to stop the Manchester bomber
Muslim community worker reported Salman Abedi to police five years ago | Metro News
Manchester attack: UK authorities missed several opportunities to stop suicide bomber Salman Abedi | The Independent
Investigation launched into how Manchester bomber Salman Abedi slipped through security services' net

My dear Mrs. May, how dare you dump the results of yours and your puppeteers actions in our laps. As we say to the mangy cat "go on, beat it, scram".

Tags: Politics, Freedom

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