It was there right in front of my eyes the whole time, i mean , here i am trying to work through strategies that involve complex operations such as scaling back some of the incidents (like killing peoples children heroically from an armchair in Denver) thats really pissing everyone off. Perhaps altruistically returning there young men to fulfill military duty at home in Syria and Iraq where the real men are battling mercenaries.
The said mercenaries incidentally consist of someones kids playing cannon fodder for the goals of cowards at 200 dollars a month. Lifes cheap has never been truer. If only the weapons were as cheap as the humans,. We have people firing weapons worth a lifetimes wages at people armed with weapons worth 10 years of there own salary firing at each other like its the most normal thing in the world, kill people and break stuff. Why not?
Why bother with any of that when you can isolate the carnage by criminalizing anything that could possibly be harmful in any way. The UK started with knives, guns, swords etc, now it seems the terrorists or whatever these people are have diversified.
Acid this time, less deadly or debilitating than your standard operation but more cruel because it involves disfigurement.
The question has to be asked, then why stop there? Presumably batteries need to be replaced in a few tens of millions of cars and squeezy bottles need to be phased out as potential terrorist weapons just waiting for a stooge to pull the trigger.
Methylated spirits, Petrol, Kerosene are all potential weapons and need to be banned, bricks umbrellas, and every pool chemical also require banning, bleach...horror of horror Nitric Acid.....blah blah blah
The carnage must be stopped if you see something that could be used as a potential weapon please ring 999 and report it immediately so parliament can get around to banning it and can avoid stupid complex debate on any other options
Carrying corrosive fluids should be made a crime, an MP has said, after two men on mopeds went on an acid attack spree across London on Thursday night, inflicting “life changing” injuries.
The Metropolitan Police say a 16-year-old has been arrested as a major investigation into the series of attacks that took place in less than 90 minutes is launched. The assaults appear to be linked, and two of the victims had their mopeds stolen, police added.
A 32-year-old man on a moped was left with facial injuries in Hackney after another moped with two male riders pulled up alongside him and threw a corrosive substance in his face.
One of the men stole his moped and the other drove away on the vehicle they arrived on. Police said the victim had gone to an east London hospital and they are awaiting an update on his injuries.
Little more than 20 minutes later, another victim was sprayed with the liquid in Islington. He was taken to a hospital in north London.
About 15 minutes after that, an attacker targeted another man in Shoreditch High Street. His injuries are not life-threatening, police said.
The men on mopeds then struck again, hurling acid at a man on Cazenove Road, causing“life changing” injuries.