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The anger permeating England has already prompted two ex soldiers to attempt arson on a Mosque. The English Defence League commenced protests in Newcastle, and David Cameron called for restraint. The people of England are outraged. The support for the Rigby family and their loss has been heartfelt. Adebolajo’s family have added their disgust with the events and the shame that it has brought upon their family and religion, in addition to their heartfelt condolence to the Rigby family.
On Wednesday 22nd May 2013, Drummer Lee Rigby ( 25 ) of the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers was hacked to death on the streets of Woolwich, London in broad daylight and in front of passers-by.
Having served in Helmand province ( Afghanistan ) 2009, and survived, Rigby returns to the safety of his homeland and is brutally killed by crazed extremists who chanted ‘praise Allah’ as they committed their atrocities. The attackers were confronted by members of the public when they loitered about the murder scene after the attack.
For the British, Rigby’s murder is an event of untold horror and shock. The police were called as the attack happened, but needed special forces being summoned to handle the armed extremists. I cannot explain why, but the Metropolitan police arrived some 20 minutes after the attack.
The men who murdered Rigby outside Woolwich Barracks last week, identified themselves as black Muslim extremists. Michael Adebolajo, and co-conspirator Michael Abidowala, waited twenty minutes for the Police to arrive — the better to attack them as well — or possibly to be executed by the armed policemen.
For many Briton’s there is an underlying sense of deceit over what’s coming out of MI6 about Adebolajo, who it appears, MI6 wanted to hire as a spy.
This is the ultimate tragedy in a nation that hosts large numbers of Muslim citizens. What white Briton’s see is a life lost in public view at the hands of two extremist madmen, one of whom was already known to the anti-terrorist squads who had him under observation.
Michael Adebolajo’s extremist background was at first expressly denied, but is now being uncovered by the press, and the media – bit by bit. As if it wasn’t bad enough for his young wife and family, our expert anti-terrorist organisation seem to be overwhelmed with the number of target suspects that they have to deal with. If he had been under surveillance, then he would have been spotted immediately before he, and his companion caused this horrendous murder.
With revelations beginning to sound like a conspiracy, MI6 are on record as having approached Michael Adebolajo and paid him significant money to collaborate as an inside informer on the extremist organisations that they were aware of his involvement with. Furthermore MI5 then initiated pressure tactics via his family and relatives in order to coerce his compliance.
As Adebolajo ‘disappeared’ from the surveillance operations, ITV’s investigations are intimating that this was part of the MI6 operation which could have backfired.
The anger permeating England has already prompted two ex soldiers to attempt arson on a Mosque. The English Defence League commenced protests in Newcastle, and David Cameron called for restraint. The people of England are outraged. The support for the Rigby family and their loss has been overwhelming. Adebolajo’s family have added their disgust with the events and the shame that it has brought upon their family and religion, in addition to their heartfelt condolence to the Rigby family.
Troubled times for the Realm.
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