New information and video footage have emerged of the ‘Sydney stabber’, suggesting it was an Islamic extremist inspired attack in Australia yesterday.
According to DailyMail reports, the 21-yr-old Sydney stabber Mert Ney recently converted to Islam and had previously threatened to attack a Music festival.
Police have also stated that Mr Ney had a USB stick ‘containing some ideologies related to terrorism.’
This morning, leaked new vision shows the moment the Sydney stabber Mert Ney was taken away by police. In it, he can be seen in the back of a police van saying: “Allahu Akbar he will protect me… Allah is the greatest”.
Nonetheless, police claim this attack was not terror-related and that Mr Ney is just mentally ill.
We’ve heard this argument before, pretty much every terror attack — but this time police are insisting they mean it.
Have they never heard about the boy who cried wolf? If this guy is just a nut, how could we possibly believe them now?
But I don’t anyways.
Because everything points to Islamic extremism at least playing a (significant) role in this attack.
Those who are usually quick to label “white supremacist” attacks, because a perpetrator makes the OK gesture — are suddenly willing to ignore all the clear Islamist evidence in this case.
Meanwhile, Waleed Aly says the public should not see footage of the shocking Sydney stabbing attack because it’s too ‘traumatising’ for the Australian public to watch.
I doubt Australia’s most prominent apologist for Islam is that concerned about our mental wellbeing. I have a feeling it has more to do with the Jihadi connections he prefers we don’t make.
On a positive note, let’s take another moment to thank the brave bystanders, including the two Manchester lads, who stepped in and stopped the terrorist in his tracks.
To really appreciate what they did, listen to what self-defence expert, Daniel Jones told Neil Mitchell on 3aw this morning. (watch above)
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