Bill English feels London terrorism feels close to home

Are we ready to have a re-think yet about allowing Muslim immigration to this country?

Apparently not.

Attacks near London’s Westminster Palace feel very close to home for New Zealanders who have visited and called the city home, Prime Minister Bill English says.

In a statement Mr English has condemned the attacks that left five people dead, including a police officer and the alleged assailant on Wednesday (local time).

“Innocent people should never have to fear such violence when going about their daily lives, and New Zealand stands alongside the UK in the fight against terrorism and violent extremism,” he said on Thursday morning.   

At least 40 people were also injured when a car ploughed into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge, outside the Houses of Parliament.

A police officer was also stabbed inside the Westminster Palace grounds in what police have described as a terrorist incident.

The alleged assailant was shot dead.

“Our thoughts are with the people of London, and in particular with the victims of today’s shocking attack, and their families and friends,” Mr English said.

In parliament, MPs unanimously passed a motion condemning the attacks and expressing condolences to the families and friends of those who died.

It was presented by Deputy Prime Minister Paula Bennett.

“We were deeply shocked to hear of the events that unfolded in Westminster – an attack that strikes at the heart of democracy in the United Kingdom strikes at democracy everywhere,” she said.

“There is no doubt the people of London, including many New Zealanders who call that city home, will come together after this horrendous attack and display the resilience for which they are known.”


Yet Bill English’s government is doing nothing to stop the continuous inflow of more Muslim immigrants.

Wake up! Islam is not compatible with Western Society. It never will be. Islam doesn’t want to integrate, they want to assimilate.

They are literally the Borg.


– NZ Newswire

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