‘Death threat’ at London 2012 Olympics borough council meeting

I guess if you import millions of people who cling to the values that made their countries of origins 3rd world hell-holes, then I guess you eventually find your own country to move the same way.

This is London: 

Kosru Uddin, (right) is said to have made death threats to Rania Khan (left)
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17 May 2012

A London councillor has been arrested for allegedly threatening to kill a rival in a packed town hall chamber.

The Labour politician was seized following the extraordinary confrontation last night with a woman councillor in the Olympic borough of Tower Hamlets.

Screams were heard coming from the town hall as the midnight debate descended into a “violent fracas”.

Kosru Uddin, 45, is said to have made death threats to Rania Khan, a supporter of Independent mayor Lutfur Rahman. Mr Uddin was still in custody today. One source, who was present at the meeting, said: “There was violence. It was just chaos.”

The clash is the latest political crisis to hit Tower Hamlets — dogged by allegations of voter fraud and claims that Mr Rahman is linked to groups supporting extremism.

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3 Replies to “‘Death threat’ at London 2012 Olympics borough council meeting”

  1. If you can not beat them, you will have to join them. Fortunately, Islam is cruising for a bruising and even the slow witted will absorb that over time.

  2. The once great city of London is now a shit-hole and has been for some time. There are more hijabs and pieces of rag than a field full of old tents. I’m waiting for Londoners to start striking back and I think they eventually will.
    Tower Hamlets is already lost but wait until the Korang-utans start on other parts of the East End. I can’t see your average beer-swilling cockney giving up his pint of lager and pork pie without a fight!

  3. The ordinary people will be the ones to save Europe, they are the ones who are on the front lines in the fight and who will force the politicians to act, act or be removed from office.

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