London Attacks: UK Wants Action on Terrorism

London Attacks: UK Wants Action on Terrorism

London Attacks: UK Wants Action on Terrorism

The UK have a large number of suspected terrorists, they have huge networks of Muslims supporting attacks and they are on the brink of all out war in the streets with Islamic interests.

Many UK citizens want these individuals rounded up and arrested BEFORE their is another Islamic terror incident.

Under Merkel’s direction the UK has seen a flood of Muslim refugees that have created a disaster in the cities.

“If there is not action, then the calls for internment will grow,” UKIP leader Nigel Farage said.

“We have over 3,000 people on a sort of known terrorist list, and we’re watching and monitoring their activities, but a further 20,000 people who are persons of interest, mainly they’re linked in some way to extremist organizations.

“Unless we see the government getting tough, you will see public calls for those 3,000 to be arrested,” he said.

“I’m not sure that is the right approach because the big danger with that is we might alienate decent fair-minded Muslims in Britain,” Farage went on to say.

Fox presenter Clayton Morris was quick to condemn the call for detention without trial.

“Earlier on the show, we had a couple of guests mention the word internment, the idea of internment camps, as a possible solution to this,” he said.

“I think I made it well-known my feeling on that, which I find reprehensible, but on behalf of the network, I think all of us here find that idea reprehensible here at Fox News Channel. Just to be clear.”

His co-host Pete Hegseth was also against the idea.

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