Terror Attack in Britain! Was He on SSRI’s too? (Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors)

Finsbury Park Mosque Terror Attack: 47-year-old Darren Osborne Arrested


Finsbury Park Mosque Terror Attack: 47-year-old Darren Osborne Arrested

Posted: 19 Jun 2017 04:28 PM PDT

We Are Change

A man has been arrested on suspicion of terror offences after he drove a van into a group of worshippers close to a mosque in north London. One man, who had taken ill before the attack began, died and nine others were taken to hospital, some of whom were critically injured. A total of eleven people sustained injuries.

Police identify #FinsburyPark mosque suspect as 47yo Darren Osborne: https://t.co/iZIcMzv7oW pic.twitter.com/NzWw9gkB3V

— RT UK (@RTUKnews) June 19, 2017

Police said the man who died was already being treated for an unrelated ailment and they are still investigating whether or not his death was related to the attack.

The Finsbury Park mosque attack suspect is understood to be Darren Osborne, a 47-year old living in Cardiff. The father-of-four was initially arrested for attempted murder at the scene and taken to a south London police station where he remains in custody.

Osborne appears to have acted alone. He struck while the area was busy with worshippers attending Ramadan night prayers in north London. The terror attack happened shortly before 00:20 BST on Monday, June 19, when the vehicle mounted the pavement outside the Muslim Welfare House which is also a community centre, on Seven Sisters Road. All of the casualties were Muslims.

Attacker arrested amid chaos outside Muslim Welfare House in Finsbury Park *EXCLUSIVE* https://t.co/yAHq4PpZRK pic.twitter.com/x4SP4b9CYI

— Ruptly (@Ruptly) June 19, 2017

The alleged attacker, who reportedly shouted, “I want to kill all Muslims”, is said to be originally from Weston-super-Mare. Police were on Monday searching an address in a cul-de-sac in the Llanedeyrn area, close to Cardiff golf club, in the north-east of the city suburbs.

Osborne was restrained by people at the scene and an imam stopped some of the crowd from attacking the suspect.

“We pushed people away from him until he was safely taken by police” – imam on aftermath of #FinsburyPark attack https://t.co/MkGqwqAB89 pic.twitter.com/jaP0Wo0ppC

— BBC Breaking News (@BBCBreaking) June 19, 2017

The suspect in the attack was not known to the security services, according to security minister Ben Wallace, although he has previously expressed hatred of Muslims.

Tom Batchelor reported in The Independent that Khadijeh Sherizi, who said she lives next door to Mr Osborne, commented: “I saw him on the news and I thought ‘oh my God’ that is my neighbour.

“He has been so normal. He was in his kitchen yesterday afternoon singing with his kids.”

“He was the dad of the family. He has kids. He lives next door. He seemed polite and pleasant to me.”

Adam Lloyd from The National Front in Wales said,

“Incidents like this are only going to increase as two different cultures clash thanks to the failed multicultural and multiracial experiment forced on us by successive corrupt governments.”

J.K. Rowling accused Katie Hopkins of radicalising British people against Muslims by quoting a tweet Hopkins made about the Manchester arena bombing.

Again: let’s talk about how the #FinsburyPark terrorist was radicalised. pic.twitter.com/t3O6q5zfXq

— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) June 19, 2017

The Prime Minister of Britain said the attack was, “the second this month and every bit as sickening as those which have come before…” and that “…hatred and evil of this kind will never succeed”.

London is diverse, welcoming, vibrant and compassionate. These are the values that define us. These are the values that will prevail. pic.twitter.com/Z5uD0oWYQd

— Theresa May (@theresa_may) June 19, 2017

The Major of London, Sadiq Khan, pointed out that just because the act was not perpetrated by a Muslim did not mean it was not a terrorist act.

London Mayor @SadiqKhan has condemned the #FinsburyPark terror attack pic.twitter.com/AwWYUbbpM5

— Sky News (@SkyNews) June 19, 2017

Hopkins tweeted that she planned on going to the area where the attack happened to speak to victims.

Hopkins suggested that talking would help.

We need to make Britain Safe Again. It’s all we want. To be happy, healthy-ish and for our kids to be safe.https://t.co/0kYsvId4el pic.twitter.com/aCS6S1b4y6

— Katie Hopkins (@KTHopkins) June 19, 2017

At this early stage no one can know for certain what caused Osborne to make this attack. A lot of people are saying it was done as an act of revenge for all the recent attacks that have happened in the UK.

pic.twitter.com/0bHjIr8bHp

— Anonymous (@Anon_Emy) June 8, 2017

Brendan McGeever, a Lecturer from the University of London, pointed out the hateful, UK right-wing press as a factor that may have contributed to Osborne’s radicalisation.

Radicalised – by British media.#FinsburyPark pic.twitter.com/Q54BakBan1

— Brendan McGeever (@b_mcgeever) June 19, 2017

James Melville also points to the right-wing press.

We need address the reasons why the #FinsburyPark terrorist was radicalised. pic.twitter.com/oLaHKYeSkB

— James Melville (@JamesMelville) June 19, 2017

@EngDawahLeague on Twitter offered yet more.

Partisangirl noted that hours after the US signed a defence pact with Kurdish proxies, they jointly attacked the Syrian military. People started talking about this on social media. Just hours after that event, the Finsbury Park mosque attack took place. People immediately stopped talking about Syria and started talking about the UK.

#London attack happens at convenient time to re-set the news cycle away from fact US just helped #ISIS by downing a Syrian Jet over #Raqqa.

— Partisangirl ?? (@Partisangirl) June 19, 2017

Lex Loopington commented that these events, happening one after the other, mean that the British public don’t have enough time to stop and work out who is benefiting from the recent deaths and mayhem.

Jessica Elgot for The Guardian, reports that, “No 10 gave a strong hint to reporters that new anti-terror measures to tackle online extremism – including far-right radicalisation – could be in the Queen’s speech on Wednesday.”

Fighting other human beings is ultimately pointless.

Black, White, Yellow, Brown, Conservative, Liberal, Libertarian, Anarchist DEEP Down We All Share Something In Common We’re ALL HUMAN BEINGS

— AKilluminati (@An0nKn0wledge) June 19, 2017

Always ask, cui bono, literally, “for whose benefit?” Any attempt to divide the people against each other should be scrutinised with extreme skepticism. Who benefits from British people hating and attacking each other?

Let us know what you think in the comments. How do you feel about what happened?


OH YEAH since we are not corporate or government WHORES, help us out:

Patreon https://www.patreon.com/WeAreChange?a…

We gratefully accept Bitcoin too: 12HdLgeeuA87t2JU8m4tbRo247Yj5u2TVP

Donate on our site: https://wearechange.org/donate

FOLLOW WE ARE CHANGE ON SOCIAL MEDIA

SnapChat: LukeWeAreChange

Facebook: https://facebook.com/LukeWeAreChange

Twitter: https://twitter.com/Lukewearechange

You may also like...

Translate »