One guy saw the driver of the van earlier that day. What he said about the killer’s mood will disgust you.
What do we normally hear about the miserable slugs who set out to kill themselves and as many others as they can take with them?
We hear that they’re disgruntled, or angry, or resentful, or disaffected, or some other negative, reactive emotion. Secularists can only accept the explanation that someone had done them wrong and they are motivated by settling a score.
But his life doesn’t show us any of that, either in the party he threw a week before the attack, or in his general disposition just before he rented the van.
THE ringleader of the London Bridge terror attack is thought to have thrown a “send-off” barbecue for his neighbours a week before carrying out the bloody rampage that claimed seven lives and left 48 injured.
Ramou Grant, who was invited to the party in Barking, told Good Morning Britain: “Last week he called for a barbecue and invited all of us. [I’ve been] thinking, ‘was this a send-off?’”
Ken Chigbo, 26, was also invited to the party last week.
He said the host would “buy ice creams for the kids”.
Sharmine Thomas, 50, added: “He used to help me with my shopping. He was a lovely guy.” —
Was he just a nice guy who snapped?
Let’s not jump to THAT conclusion. Here’s why.
The jihadi in an Arsenal shirt was ‘euphoric’ and asking about how to hire a van just hours before the London Bridge atrocity, it was claimed last night.
He could not contain his excitement during a conversation with a neighbour on Saturday afternoon. The neighbour said he wandered over and asked about his van and how much it would cost to hire one.
Hours later, the father of two, who had worked at KFC and for the Transport for London which is responsible for the Tube and buses in the capital, went on a bloody rampage with two twisted extremists which left seven people dead and scores more injured. The three terrorists were shot dead by police.
Iketina Chigbo, who lives in the block of flats raided in Barking, said he saw the Arsenal-supporting jihadi just a few hours before the terror attack.
He said: ‘It was around 3pm and I was in the process of moving so was loading stuff into a van. He came over and seemed quite excitable. He was wearing his Arsenal shirt and was asking about the van.
‘He was asking where I got the van from and how much it cost. He said he was planning to move too and that’s why he wanted to know – I didn’t think anything of it.
‘He was on another level of happiness and kept shaking my hand. He seemed almost euphoric.
‘But then I saw the picture from the scene of the attack of the guy on the floor – he was wearing the same kind of colour top and I just couldn’t believe it. I knew it was him, I recognised him.’ –Read More
Not angry. Not morose. Not vindictive or irritable.
This slug was happy. Thrilled.
He was already tallying up the virgins he’d be ‘sure’ to have in eternity.
The article went on to say that he was featured in a video ‘Channel 4’ did on Jihadis in Britain. Does this look ‘moderate’ to you?
Do you still think it was motivated by butthurt over what the West did to his little ‘feewings’?
Or do you think this was done because he ‘truly believes’?
It’s time to have conversations like this one in places Islamists have been targeting.