September 01, 2009

Bombmaking Notes Found on UK Train

It's what they're not telling you in this article that's telling. First, they let you know what happened:

The discovery of bomb-making notes on a train sparked a bank holiday security alert.

Armed police were called in to search two trains at Luton station on Monday night after cleaners found documents describing "how to make a bomb", Bedfordshire Police said.

The notes were found at 8.23pm while one of the trains was at Bedford Station, and it left for Luton with around 50 passengers before the staff could raise the alarm.

Police took off the passengers at Luton, searching that train and another one which had also arrived from Bedford.

What they don't tell you?

That on Sunday a group of "Asian youths" attacked the police in Luton.

These "Asian youths" really being a bunch of young Muslims. A number of Omar Bakri Mohammad's followers call Luton their home. It was these followers and fellow-travellers of al Mujahiroun who protested the homecoming of British troops calling them 'baby killers'.

Nothing to see here folks. Move along.

By Rusty Shackleford, Ph.D. at 01:31 PM | Comments |