Here is another example where media lies take their cost in human lives.
The media had been reporting as though this was a “far right extremist” who did this. The fact is it was revealed later that is was a local person- two Muslims, in fact- who did this.
The Muslims and Media are still saying- lying– suggesting that it was a “right wing extremist” and that “right wing extremist” was the problem. Notice how also even after it was revealed that it was Muslims who did this, the Muslims not only did not stop protesting, but they continued to riot and destroy, and are now calling for a genocide of Europeans.
And what does the governments of Europe do? Kowtow to the Muslims.
This should be an example of three things when dealing with Muslims:
1) Document everything on video with a time stamp.
2) Even if you document everything, don’t expect people to believe you because at this point, the “leaders” of the West are so corrupt the truth could be right in front of their face and they will still deny it shamelessly.
3) Never apologize for standing up for yourself against their barbarity.
From the UK Daily Mail:
Although seriously injured, the woman appeared to be conscious to receive treatment at the scene of the crash.
Police later announced that they had arrested two men, believed to have been the car’s driver and passenger, who have been named as Redouane B. and Mohamed B – both of whom are thought to be residents of Molenbeek.
It came as tensions escalated in the Belgian capital, with police out in force to ward off trouble after local authorities banned the scheduled anti-Islam rally and any counter-protests.
Several hundred people attempted to gather in defiance of the ban in the troubled neighbourhood of Molenbeek, which has become known as the ‘jihadi capital of Europe’ after it emerged that a number of the Brussels and Paris terror attackers had connections with the district.
Meanwhile smaller far-left groups were dispersed from a central Brussels square that has become a memorial to the victims of the airport and metro attacks of March 22.
Police said they briefly detained over 100 people in clashes between locals and demonstrators but only two were kept in custody, as calm returned to the district this evening.