Metropolitan Police are investigating Twitter users who spoke out against the Manchester attack.
Police have already opened one investigating into Mail Online columnist Katie Hopkins after she said Western men need to “demand action” in response to the terrorist nail bomb attack which targeted children leaving an Ariana Grande concert.
One Twitter user, Dbev007, complained about her tweet to police, claiming it “incited racial hatred” despite her never mentioning anything about race or even Islam, which isn’t even a race to begin with.
In response, police confirmed that the “allegation will be reviewed and assessed by specialist officers.”
This is the response from the Met Police to the slaughter of our children in Manchester pic.twitter.com/6VwTMk9mew
— Katie Hopkins (@KTHopkins) May 23, 2017
It’s mindblowing that London police will spend manpower censoring free speech on Twitter while children are being targeted in terrorist attacks, but this isn’t accidental.
By preventing people from speaking out against the government policies that fuel terrorism, the establishment can condition the public into believing they are helpless in stopping the flood of military-age migrants into the country.
And people who have learned to be helpless are easier to abuse and control.
That’s why the establishment loves flooding Western countries with Muslim migrants: it transforms societies into compliant populations consisting of devoted, radical Muslims who were already conditioned to accept authority without question and native populations who are now cuckolded into not resisting.
Remember it was the Muslim mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, who said Londoners just need to get used to terrorist attacks because they’re the “part and parcel of living in a big city.”
But even more revealing was the loudspeaker announcement telling Ariana Grande concert-goers “there’s no problems here” and “everything is fine” after the nail bomb blast.
“There’s no need to bunch up and run. Take your time, there’s no problems here,” the announcement stated. “Thank you for coming and having a good time tonight.
“Everything is fine, just take your time exiting the building. Thank you very much.”