Muslim terrorist attacks in Britain during 2017 killed 35 people, and seriously wounded another 377—but establishment spokesman and the controlled media have been hysterically claiming that “neo-Nazis” are the true “threat”—even though all the 2017 arrests of “right-wingers” have been in relation to a book available on Amazon UK, a sticker, and alleged membership of an organization which no longer exists—and that it is clear that the claim is only being made to divert attention away from the terrorist threat posed by the mass Third World invasion of the UK.
A recent a report in the UK’s Jewish-run Daily Mail, for example, titled “British Neo-Nazi Group is Grave Threat to our National Security,” quoted Metropolitan Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley as saying that “four violent far-Right plots were blocked by police operations” in Britain last year.
Rowley, who retires next month, the Daily Mail continued, “warned that a ‘significant’ proportion of anti-terrorist work involves tackling an ‘organised’ white neo-Nazi threat.”
He specifically named the “National Action” group, which, he claimed, was a “home-grown proscribed white supremacist, neo-Nazi terror group, which seeks to plan attacks and build international networks.”
In fact, as the “criminal” charges against the handful of arrested former National Action members revealed, they stand accused of possession of a book available on Amazon UK, a sticker, and alleged membership of National Action, which no longer even existed at the time of their arrest.
At the same time as these “neo-Nazis” were arrested for possessing an Amazon book, a sticker, and being former members of a banned organization (all obviously “highly dangerous acts of violence” which pose a “grave threat to national security”), Britain was rocked by a number of extremely violent and murderous Muslim terrorist attacks, including the following:
— March 22, 2017: Khalid Masood, a 52-year-old Muslim of mixed race born in Britain, drove a car into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge, before crashing the vehicle into the Palace of Westminster’s perimeter. He then entered the grounds of the Palace of Westminster, the meeting place of the Houses of Parliament, before being confronted by a police officer. Masood then fatally wounded the officer, which led to him being shot by armed police officers protecting the Palace. Four other people were killed in the attack, and 49 other people were injured.
— May 22, 2917: Salman Abedi, a Muslim of Libyan descent, but living legally in the UK, detonated a suicide bomb at the Manchester Arena, Manchester, killing 22 individuals and injuring 250 at the end of an Ariana Grande concert. This was the worst terrorist attack in Britain since the 7/7 London bombings in 2005. Many of the 22 victims were children or teenagers, the youngest being an eight-year-old girl.
— June 3, 2017: Less than two weeks after the Manchester Arena bombing, eight people were killed and at least 48 injured, when three Muslims, Pakistani-born Khuram Shazad Butt; a failed “asylum seeker” Rachid Redouane, who claimed to be from Morocco or Libya; and Morroccan-born Youssef Zaghba, drove a van at high speed across London Bridge, running into groups of people. After crashing, the three Muslims then ran into the nearby Borough Market, where they stabbed people. All were shot dead by police.
— September 15. 2017: 18-year-old Iraqi “refugee” Ahmed Hassan set off a bomb on the London Underground near Parsons’ green in which 30 people were injured. Hassan was arrested the next day at the Port of Dover while trying to leave the country.
In December 2017, the head of MI5, Andrew Parker, said that the British security service and police had thwarted 22 Muslim terrorist plots in the past four years and that there were more than 500 live investigations ongoing.
In addition, police are “struggling to handle more than 3,000 subjects of interest, along with a growing pool of more than 20,000 individuals identified during terrorist inquiries.”
Official UK government figures released in September 2017 showed that over 90 per cent of all terror-related offences recorded last year “were related to Islamic fundamentalism.”
There were 379 arrests for terrorism-related offences in Great Britain in the year ending June 2017, a rate of more than one a day and the highest number in a year since data collection began in 2001.
The tally includes dozens of individuals held in swoops in the wake of attacks in London and Manchester which contributed to domestic terror arrests increasing five-fold in the year.
The figures also revealed that as of June 2017, 204 people were in custody for terror-related offences, an increase of 35 per cent and continuing an upward trend seen since the statistics were first collected in 2001.
Of this number, 91 percent were Muslim, while five percent were “far-right” and the four percent were classified as “other ideologies.”
It is therefore nothing short of a deliberate, malicious, and outright lie for anybody to claim that “white supremacist neo-Nazis”—whatever they are—are a “threat” to Britain.
The only reason that the establishment and its controlled media make this claim—and repeat it ad infinitum—is to try and hide the truth that the real terrorist threat comes from the mass Third World invasion which they themselves have created.