Is Mental Health A Scape Goat For London Knife Attacker?

As soon as the news broke that there had been a knife attack in London, most people assumed that the attacker was Muslim. There is no doubt that the attacks resembled the knife attacks that occurred in Israel this summer. Therefore, it did not seem to be a leap to come to this conclusion.

But, though the attacker is Muslim and of foreign background, we are now being told that he had mental health issues. Many are not buying this line, especially those who know the man.

The Mail reports

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Scotland Yard believe Zakaria Bulhan, 19, a Norwegian national of Somali origin who moved to the UK in 2002, was not ‘motivated by terrorism’ but its officers are trawling his possessions for extremist material.

But neighbour Parmjit Singh, a BBC radio DJ known as ‘DJ Precious’ on the Asian network, said he had known ‘impressionable’ Bulhan for seven years, adding: ‘His mental health problems are a scapegoat.’

But, why would the police do such a thing? What would their motive be? It seems tough for us to believe that the people tasked with helping us would deceive us concerning such an issue. But, we have to think that this might be just what is going on in London.

The problem that London faces is the fact that most of Europe have been targeted. Almost weekly now, we see another attack. And the English are still following through with the foolish immigration policy.

This would once again prove to expose their policy as a failure.

There is also the fact that the Mayor of London is Muslim. Sadiq Kham is the newly elected head of London. He would have the power to put a lid on this to save grief for the Muslim community. If, that is, there are not more nefarious reasons.

The question is, will the people of Britain and the world fall for such a tale, or will they see through this bad story?

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