Media Says Man Tried to Drive at High Speed in Antwerp Thursday, Barely Mentions His Name


A man tried to drive into a pedestrian shopping area at high speed in Brussels Thursday, the day after the London attack. Pedestrians were able to “jump away”. He was trying to mow down people in a terror attack but the media left that out.

This is the day after the London attack which was on the anniversary of the last Brussels attack.

Fortunately extra police and military were on the scene. The article in Sky News first mentions the man is a French national who had weapons in the car – blades, a rifle and an unidentified liquid.

It isn’t until the second half of the article that they write, “The suspect is Mohamed R., born on May 8, 1977, of French nationality and a resident of France.”

Francois Hollande alose only referred to the would-be terrorist as a French national.

It’s not that he’s a terrorist follower of radical Islam, it’s that he’s a French national with weapons. He didn’t try to mow people down in a terror attack. He drove into a shopping area and people had to jump out of the way.

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