I was working last night and was very looking forward to BBC radio and listening on all the new developments and story on the Manchester attack.
I was very disappointed with their coverage. I turned it on and they were just introducing some MUSLIM specialist in anti terror and some other stuff. The reporter, as she asked him his opinion on the attacker, kept accentuating LONE WOLF as she inquired on the specialists opinion.
"So with in your special opinion do you believe this attack was a LONE WOLF working under his own volition much alike with other recent terror attacks?"
And of course the muslim anti terror specialist couldn't say a sentence after without saying LONE WOLF 10 fucking times a sentence.
I had to turn it off and listen to Mike Golics horrendously under talented son talk sports, instead. Was extremely disappointed in BBC.
You should listen to WFA radio instead
I know it's not possible to grasp the logic of libtard, but why does it matter? It's in the name of Islam. Who cares if he did it for a group or himself? The root is that vile, evil religion.
First time any UGer has been disappointed in BBC
DavidYorkshire - I think you may have misunderstood. I am from UK. The vibe here is this. Obviously all these things fall under the umbrella of Islamic terror and Islamic ideology. The 'Lone Wolf' may act with their own intent but it is obviously because of the ideology. But no one is deluded that this is an isolated person, in the sense that the JFK assassination was supposed to be. It is only referring to lone wolf as opposed to 6 or 8 guys all doing it together - as as happened before like on 7/7/2005. Everyone knows an d accepts what this is.
How does "everyone" know this? The attack was hours old when you posted this
The lone wolf theory is more disturbing because it means the ideology is so strong that it can radicalize an isolated person which makes the attacks that much harder to prevent.
All muslims believe the quran to be the word of their god and it commands them all to kill or enslave the infidel.
TzTinkle - The lone wolf theory is more disturbing because it means the ideology is so strong that it can radicalize an isolated person which makes the attacks that much harder to prevent.
This is what I don't get. One is far harder to discover and stop than the other, yet the media continues to push 'lone wolf' as if it's the least dangerous of the available possibilities.
Well there have been 4 arrests linked to this incident so far, 1 of which is the bombers brother.
The home secretary has also said it's unlikely he acted alone.
Maybe the BBC have better information though?