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British Soldier Chopped To Death On London Street

May 22, 2013


An "unnamed" British soldier has been hacked to death by two attackers with meat cleavers in front of witnesses near a military training barracks in London.

This gruesome video footage filmed by an onlooker shows one of the attackers with his hands covered in blood holding a meat cleaver and a knife.

The on-duty victim was returning to the Royal Artillery Barracks in Woolwich when the attackers reportedly rammed him in their blue Vauxhaull car, then got out and started chopping the man into pieces.

Anti-Muslim Drama

An eyewitness said the men appeared to want to be filmed. One of them went over to a bus and asked people to take photos of him as if he wanted to be on TV.

“They were hacking at this guy, literally, as if they were trying to remove his organs.These two guys were crazed. They were just not there. They were just animals,” said the witness.

One attacker said on camera;

"I apologise that women had to witness this today but in our lands, our women have to see the same," he said. "You people will never be safe. Remove your government, they don't care about you."

The  men reportedly shouted an Islamic phrase "Allahu Akbar" which means "God is great"while they hacked the soldier to death. Witnesses said that when armed police arrived on the scene, the attackers fearlessly rushed at them. They were shot, taken to hospital and are now receiving treatment for their injuries. Police are calling the attack a terrorist incident.


The soldier victim was wearing a military charity T-shirt that said Help for Heroes. Does this sound staged?

People on social media platforms are now PREDICTABLY expressing anti-Muslim sentiment after hearing the media reports. The far-right English Defence League has called on supporters to mobilise.

British counter-terrorism chiefs have recently warned that radicalised individuals, so-called "lone wolves" posed a great threat. Britain's involvement in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq in the past decade has often stirred anger among British Muslims and occasionally made soldiers a target at home. British police have foiled at least two major plots in which suspects were accused of planning to kill off-duty troops.

If the meat cleaver killing of the soldier is confirmed as a terrorist attack, it will be the first such murder on the UK mainland since the London bombings on July 7, 2005 which killed 52 people.


The UK government has called a meeting of its civil emergency committee, known as COBRA. The killing may prompt a change to Britain’s threat-assessment level. In July 2011, the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre lowered the threat level from international terrorism from “severe” to “substantial”. What does that mean? More surveillance and martial law.

The gruesome drama serves as an excuse to impose more surveillance and more human rights restrictions.

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