Manchester Bomber Was Rescued By The Royal Navy From Libya

Who do you blame for something like this?

“The Manchester suicide bomber was rescued by the Navy from war-torn Libya three years before his pop concert atrocity, the Mail reveals today.

HMS Enterprise plucked Salman Abedi, then 19, from the Libyan coast and took him to Malta for a flight home to Britain in August 2014.

Last May he set off a bomb in Manchester Arena that killed 22, including seven children.

Abedi’s younger brother, Hashem, who is in jail in Tripoli facing trial over the attack, was also rescued by HMS Enterprise. …”

Do you blame the Islamic terrorist for his jihad or the British government who foolishly brought him to the UK? Is this all happening by design?

Lauren Southern was banned for life from the UK. Brittany Pettibone and Martin Sellner were stopped and detained at the border. Meanwhile, the UK can’t stop terrorists who literally appeared in “The Jihadis Next Door” on Channel 4. The HMS Enterprise rescued the Manchester bomber and brought him to Britain. Somehow, the terrorist who decapitated Lee Rigby and the Asian child sex grooming gangs who have raped thousands of British girls manage to slip through the cracks.

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13 Comments

  1. Hajjis are gonna hajj. I’d say blame the traitors who brought these effers to the shores of England in the first place.

    After all, we don’t want “peaceful” and “law-abiding” wogs flooding our countries, either. Focusing too much on the individual guilt of specific coons conceals the “forest” — which is that even if the shitskins were all saintly, their tidal wave arrival would STILL be soft conquest and the eventual cultural and societal eradication of an entire White nation.

    I’m not saying this information you’ve got here isn’t useful or widely disseminated. But the lesson that should be gained, IMO, is that “foreign, alien tribes come to kill, dominate, conquer, and replace” rather than what the British traitor class and their (((puppetmasters))) will portray it as, “a few bad apples spoiling the lot.”

    This is a good, egregious example to underline the main principle, of course.

  2. “HMS Enterprise plucked Salman Abedi, then 19, from the Libyan coast and took him to Malta for a flight home to Britain in August 2014.”

    Nice weasel words. Coming “home” to Britain.

    • @hansfranksavatar

      “Nice weasel words. Coming “home” to Britain.”

      Their semantic manipulations always leave me feeling insulted.

      The arrogant assumption that mudmen have a natural right to our White nations is especially aggravating.

  3. Manchester bomber is supposed to be grateful to Britain for rescuing him after Britain along with France destroyed his country on behalf of Israel.

  4. “Do you blame the Islamic terrorist for his jihad or the British government who foolishly brought him to the UK?”

    I can answer that. The traitor within the gate is always the number one enemy. Dixie’s biggest enemy is the scalawag; after that are the yank and the jew, and in my opinion they fall in that order. My answer is not based on visceral disgust but on the ability to usurp our identity and get us to count them as one of our own.

  5. “Save a man from the gallows today & he’ll slit your throat tomorrow.”
    More prevalent today it seems than when that quote first surfaced some 200+ years ago.

  6. Out of all this lawlessness and despair a Great Leader, or “Fuhrer” shall arise. And he shall rule with a rod of iron.

    • @spahnranch1969

      Sir, that is one problem I have with NS, it relies too much on a cult of personality. Politics aside, a fascist or NS movement relies too much on a “Fuhrer” or Great Leader, as you put it, to be the driving force of the movement. It has been tried here in the US with Pelley, in Britain with Mosley, in Romania with Codreanu, and again in the US with Rockwell, just to name a few. In most cases the movements were squashed when the “Great Leader” was imprisoned, or killed, by the ruling regimes. Also as a side note all NS type movements relied on large numbers of disgruntled ex-soldiers to be the muscle of the movement. The problem with the Great Leader idea is that when the movement loses the leader, it loses the heart of the movement. Also most governments that have been run by Great Leaders(let’s call them what they are, dictators), have a problem with succession. This is just the practical, non-ideological, problem I have with NS.

  7. This guy is a perfect argument for naval vessels seeking out and then destroying these vessels at sea, then using machine guns to finish off any survivors in the water. Let the sharks have them.

  8. It doesn’t matter if third world terrorists and enrichers slip through the border…..as long as they keep Brittany Pettibone out! The British government, and every layer of authority linked to it, were complicit in these attacks as if they were actually there. They are criminals out to change Britain without the approved of the people. But thats ok….they have ‘democracy’.

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