Moslems using automobiles to run over people is becoming an increasingly common thing. It’s become so common, that these news stories aren’t even important enough to be headline news.
Police in Melbourne, Australia, say they have arrested the driver and one other person Thursday after a white SUV deliberately plowed into a crowd of pedestrians, injuring at least 14 people.
Police said at a news conference that they believe it was “a deliberate act,” but that they do not know the motivation behind the attack.
Sky News Australia reported that driver was of Middle Eastern appearance.
After the white Suzuki SUV crashed into a bollard, a steel safety post meant to insure pedestrian safety, police wrestled down and cuffed the driver around 4:40 p.m. local time., Sky News said.
Sky News said a witness told radio station 3AW that she heard screams and saw “people flying everywhere.”
“We could hear this noise, as we looked left, we saw this white car, it just mowed everybody down,” she said.
Media reports say 13 people have been taken to hospitals, including a pre-school-aged child in serious condition with head injuries. Police say several of the injured were in critical condition.
It’s funny to see the news report interview people blaming the lack of concrete blocks for the incident. Apparently these blocks were installed after a similar incident occurred earlier this year. How about blaming the person who drove the car?
Call me crazy, but I think if we continue allowing Moslems into our countries, they’re going to keep running people over with automobiles. Therefore, I think it is prudent to ban Moslems from our countries. This would effectively reduce the number of people using automobiles to kill and injure people. That’s because Moslems are the main demographic group doing this sort of thing.
This in my view is a common sense thing to do. Of course, we can’t do this because such a move would be racist or mean. Apparently allowing people to get run over with automobiles is a better scenario than being called racist. Makes perfect sense!