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The BBC is back on form. Fresh from describing the Austin serial bomber as a conservative, on scant evidence, the controversial state broadcaster now describes the muslim murderer of three people in France today as “a gunman”.

The Moroccan (well done immigrationistas) murdered one person in Carcassone before driving to nearby Trebes. There he murdered two hostages in a supermarket. The death toll might rise. During the Islam-inspired attack a gendarme, Arnaud Beltrame, swapped himself for a hostage. He’s now in a critical condition in hospital.

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52 thoughts on ““A GUNMAN”

  1. From the BBC news website:

    “Armed police have killed a suspect who shot dead three people in a series of attacks in southern France. The heavily armed gunman hijacked a car and then took hostages at a supermarket in the town of Trèbes.

    The man, named as 26-year-old Redouane Lakdim, said he was fighting on behalf of the Islamic State group…”

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-43518769

  2. Peter

    Don’t spoil Pete’s boring but oh so predictable reaction which happens after every terror related news incident. His ludicrous autopilot claims that the Beeb are secret jihadi apologists are easily refuted but it gives him a simple pleasure to make the false claims so let him have his fun.

  3. Apparently, there are approximately another 400 or so ISIS jihadis just like this one wandering around Europe.

    How? And why?.

  4. You cannot make it up.

    @bbcsoutheast

    BREAKING “Dangerous and devious” Surrey teenager jailed for life for Parsons Green Tube bombing, in which 51 people injured

    An adult Iraqi terrorist is described as a “Surrey teenager” by the state broadcaster.

  5. Colm, on March 23rd, 2018 at 7:49 PM Said:
    So he wasn’t a heavily armed gunman then Pete ?

    So, he wasn’t a heavily armed Muslim jihadi terrorist then Colm?.

  6. From the BBC news website:

    “Passing sentence, the judge, Mr Justice Haddon-Cave, said he would be treating the incident as a terrorist offence.

    In a January 2016 immigration interview, Hassan told officials he had been in contact with the Islamic State group and had been “trained to kill”. The trial also heard he blamed the UK for the death of his father in Iraq…”

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-43519540

  7. Oh for pities sake Harri and Pete, you are both ridiculous and paranoid in equal measure. The BBC has not remotely hidden the facts that these two incidents are jihadi terror acts but you pick words out if sentences to make daft and fake claims that only betray your own delusions.

  8. Colm.

    I, And I presume Pete have no delusions about Jihadi Islam inspired mass murder across Europe.

    You are the one that believes London is a safe City, even though you have young men being stabbed and shot to death on almost a daily basis around your feet.

    Just who is the one walking around with closed eyes, and a closed mind here?.

  9. Harri.

    There are no murders or stabbings in London. It’s an exciting but totally peaceful metropolis paradise here. I live here I know the truth. The stories of violence are all fake news designed to make you yokels feel better about your dull country bumpkin existences 😉

  10. Yes Colm, I picked out the BBC’s own words; “Surrey teenager”.

    Only both of them are wrong. It is deliberate propaganda employed to obscure the fact that an adult Iraqi, who pretended to be a refugee, came here to commit mass murder against us.

  11. Colm,

    Don’t spoil Pete’s boring but oh so predictable reaction which happens after every terror related news incident. His ludicrous autopilot claims that the Beeb are secret jihadi apologists are easily refuted but it gives him a simple pleasure to make the false claims so let him have his fun.

    Brilliantly said Colm, I couldn’t put it any better myself.
    Pete’s now just ridiculous caricature.

  12. Utter nonsense Pete. He is a teenager that is a fact. He has residency in the UK and lives in Surrey. He is a Surrey teenager those words are facts. The BBC also reported that he is Iraqi and that he has been recruited by ISIS. The BBC hid nothing and obscured nothing. Your claims are a paranoid joke .

  13. Colm –

    The Judge today said that he’s not a teenager. The Judge put him in his 20s. The BBC lied with this omission in its reporting.

  14. Not quiet just doing other things. He was reported as 18 years old officially and all media I saw stated that. The BBC did not omit or hide anything about him being inspired by ISIS jihadism. They didn’t try and paint him as just a naughty child as you imply Nobody watching any report on the BBC about this could come away uninformed about the nature of his terrorist act. To claim that the BBC want to hide his inspirations as if they somehow secretly support such jihadism is utter nonsense.

  15. Well said Colm. BBC licence dodgers haters like Pete will always do their best, i.e. spout the worst that they can.

  16. The problem I have with the BBC, if I buy a television set, I pay for it with cash, it over so many months.

    I am then forced to hand over £145 a year to own that TV set for the rest of my life.

    It can not possibly be beyond the realms of modern technology to have the BBC signal blocked?.

    No signal, no TV tax.

  17. Oh, and please don’t ask me how it would be possible to either delete, or block any signal from the BBC.

    I have only just got to grips with a VHS, but I’m pretty certain there must be someone who knows.

    As I said, when I bought my TV set from Currys, they didn’t mention it was going to cost me £145 a year for the rest of my life?.

  18. Harri

    When you buy an Oven or a washing machine you pay a single price for it but the products that they deliver , cooked food and clean clothes aren’t free . You pay extra for them , it’s the same with a tv. The entertainment that the tv exists to produce has to be paid for. Nothing is free in this world , except for my wise advice and learned opinions 😉

  19. Colm.

    With an Oven, or a washing machine, I get the free will to choose what I want to cook on it, or in the case of the washing machine, what detergent of softner I buy.

    I don’t get threatened with a possible £1000 fine, or worse, a prison sentence, if I don’t pay a yearly sum to the manufacturer’s of products I don’t even want, or use.

  20. The police officer in the photo has died. He was a man and a hero – everything the Moroccan wretch was not, which is probably the reason why he despised his host country.

  21. Colm, on March 23rd, 2018 at 8:40 PM Said:
    Harri.

    There are no murders or stabbings in London. It’s an exciting but totally peaceful metropolis paradise here. I live here I know the truth. The stories of violence are all fake news designed to make you yokels feel better about your dull country bumpkin existences 😉

    I realise Colm was only joking, but this escalating violence is beyond a joke now.

    Two men in their 20s are taken to hospital after being shot outside Mile End Tube station as London’ crime epidemic continues
    Attack outside underground in east London is latest act of violence to hit capital
    Two men in their twenties suffered gunshot wounds when armed police arrived
    Eight people were murdered in London within a seven day period on Tuesday

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5539213/Two-men-20s-shot-outside-Mile-End-Tube-station-London-crime-epidemic-continues.html#ixzz5AeyeTBwl
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  22. Harri,

    The problem I have with the BBC, if I buy a television set, I pay for it with cash, it over so many months.

    I am then forced to hand over £145 a year to own that TV set for the rest of my life.

    Harri, you don’t have to pay for owning a television or televisions. You only have to pay if you watch live broadcasts on any channel. If you don’t watch live broadcasts then you don’t need to pay the TV licence. This is what I do. I watch streaming services and video channels. I don’t watch my broadcast so I don’t need to pay a licence fee.

  23. I also think the TV licence should be abolished. It is an anachronistic and unfair way of raising the funding for the BBC and is easily avoided by those who get their free BBC viewing spongin* off those who pay. It would be better if the BBC was funded by general taxation, that would ensure everyone pays and the cost to each adult would be less than the current licence fee.

  24. Colm,

    …It would be better if the BBC was funded by general taxation, that would ensure everyone pays and the cost to each adult would be less than the current licence fee.

    Unless the BBC was significantly downsized, the cost difference funding it from general taxation would hardly be any less to the public and what they pay now.
    In that case funding it in this way would be more unfair to then public, than the way it’s being funded now, as those who legitimately don’t need to pay, such as myself would be forced to pay.

  25. Harri, you don’t have to pay for owning a television or televisions. You only have to pay if you watch live broadcasts on any channel. If you don’t watch live broadcasts then you don’t need to pay the TV licence. This is what I do. I watch streaming services and video channels. I don’t watch my broadcast so I don’t need to pay a licence fee.

    Dave

    I know we have all had this discussion before, but please remind me.

    I was under the impression that if you own a TV set, you need a TV licence?.

    Putting aside the BBC for a moment, is it the case if I say watch Skynews only, I still have to pay the BBC £145?.

  26. I believe the strict legal definition is that you are required to pay the licence if you have a device ( tv or computer) capable of receiving live broadcasts. If you can prove that you do. It watch live BBC broadcasts or use the BBC I Player that is a legitimate legal defence to not paying the fee, but I don’t know how you can technically prove you have never watched any BBC channels on your tv.

  27. Harri

    I was under the impression that if you own a TV set, you need a TV licence?.

    No. You only need a licence if you watch or record programmes as they are being broadcast, or use BBC iPlayer.

    Putting aside the BBC for a moment, is it the case if I say watch Skynews only, I still have to pay the BBC £145?.

    Yes you would still have to pay. Because Sky News is a live broadcast. Watching any live broadcast, on any channel need you have to pay the BBC licence fee.

    You could watch news reports on the internet, from the numerous news channels out there as long as they not being streamed live.

    It’s horses for courses really Harri. I don’t miss live TV because I’ve never really watched it. A times when I’ve lived on my own, I actually never even had a TV and that was before the internet. The only reason I had a TV licence for the last 15 years was because when my partner enjoyed watching certain television programmes. The only program I really used to watch was Grand Designs. Which I can now watch on Channel 4 Catch Up.

  28. Dave.

    If I watch Skynews on my TV set, I have to pay another organisation, the BBC.

    Do the BBC hand over any of this tv tax to Sky?.

  29. Harri

    Nothey don’t. And I agree it’s a grossly unfair way of funding the BBC.
    I’m not anti BBC, I think they make some great programmes. I do agree that the BBC shows left wing bias though. But this is not my reason for not paying the licence fee. I don’t pay the licence fee because I don’t watch live broadcasts. Why should I pay for something I don’t use.

  30. Colm.

    My first thoughts entirely, it can’t possibly be beyond the realms of modern technology to encrypt, or omit the BBC signal it is not possible to watch BBC.

    No watch, no pay.

    I personally think the BBC do make the odd good programme, but the rest of it, is just PC liberal right on claptrap.

  31. Dave.

    Two minds think alike there!.

    I pay the TV licence because I don’t want to go to prison.

  32. Harri

    To be honest mate hardly anybody goes to prison for not paying the licence fee. They usually go to prison for non-payment of fines, resulting from not paying the licence fee.
    If you watch broadcast television you should pay the licence fee in my opinion. I certainly don’t advocate breaking the law. The problem for people who legitimately don’t pay like myself, is the BBC’s Bully Boys Capita, try to label everybody who doesn’t pay the licence fee as a criminal, and try to scare you into paying.

  33. Harri, don’t be afraid of going to jail as a licence fee dodger. You might end up in a cell with fellow fee dodger Pete Moore. You could spend all your time happily discussing what really happened on 9/11 😉

  34. The problem for people who legitimately don’t pay like myself, is the BBC’s Bully Boys Capita, try to label everybody who doesn’t pay the licence fee as a criminal, and try to scare you into paying.

    Yep, some years ago (when we moved back) we changed direct debit bank account payments to the BBC, from my wife’s account to mine.

    They didn’t bother checking that, I had to come home from work to find my wife inteRs, and two burly Capita thugs she had by error allowed them in the house. Their attitudes sucked to be frank. After I asked them to recheck their obviously incorrect records,they couldn’t get out of the door fast enough.

  35. Why should I pay for something I don’t use.

    Great question. I don’t use the NHS. Good to see that others think I shouldn’t have to fund it.

  36. Pete Moore,

    Great question. I don’t use the NHS. Good to see that others think I shouldn’t have to fund it.

    That’s not the same and you know it Pete. That’s disengenous bullshit.
    The NHS is there to help those who need it. Would you still be of the same opinion if you where involved in a serious accident and needed life saving treatment?
    Do you object to paying for the police and fire services for the same reason?

  37. Arnaud Beltrame, swapped himself for a hostage. He’s now in a critical condition in hospital.

    I’ve read that he has died from his wounds. C’est triste!

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