"Dan S. MacAbre" <***@way.com> wrote in message news:email@example.com...
: finally ditched mimo wrote:
: > On 6 Dec 2017, Dan S. MacAbre wrote
: > (in article <firstname.lastname@example.org>):
: >> finally ditched mimo wrote:
: >>> On 6 Dec 2017, BurfordTJustice wrote
: >>> (in article <email@example.com>):
: >>>> More white Christian terro....oh wait....
: >>>> Islamic terror plot to assassinate British PM Theresa May thwarted,
: >>>> says
: >>>> An Islamic terror plot to assassinate British Prime Minister Theresa
: >>>> London has been thwarted, according to a report out Tuesday.
: >>>> The plan was "in essence an extreme Islamist suicide plot against
: >>>> Street" by two men who have now been arrested, Sky News reported.
: >>>> 10 Downing Street is the location of the prime minister's office.
: >>>> Police believe "the plan was to launch some sort of improvised
: >>>> device at Downing Street and in the ensuing chaos attack and kill
: >>>> May," according to the report.
: >>>> Scotland Yard, military intelligence security service MI5 and West
: >>>> Police reportedly had been investigating the plot for "several
: >>>> The two men who were arrested on Nov. 28 for the foiled plot are
: >>>> Zakariyah Rahman, 20, of north London, and Mohammed Aqib Imran, 21,
: >>>> Birmingham, according to a Metropolitan Police news release.
: >>>> Both Rahman and Imran were charged with the intention of committing
: >>>> terrorism and are expected to appear in Westminster Magistrates'
: >>>> Wednesday.
: >>>> MI5 has prevented nine terror attacks in the U.K. within the past
: >>>> Director Andrew Parker said Tuesday, according to The Guardian.
: >>> Yes of course - two Muslim blokes would definitely be allowed to walk
: >>> the gates of Downing Street with a carrier bag full of explosives,
: >> The police used the word 'launch', so presumably they'd not only have
: >> carry a bag, but also some kind of rocket launcher. 'Hidden in plain
: >> sight,' no doubt :-)
: > Yes, it is a strange and rather mysterious use of the word "launch".
: > The Daily Telegraph currently uses this wording -
: > "Aman has been charged with planning to use an improvised explosive
: > blow up the gates of Downing Street before entering No?10 and making an
: > attempt on Theresa May's life.
: > Naa'imur Zakariyah Rahman, 20, allegedly planned to launch a bomb attack
: > the security gates outside Downing Street before detonating a suicide
: > Number 10 in a bid to kill Theresa May."
: > Notice the adding of the word "attack" after "launch a bomb".
: > Does that mean launch as in initiate, or the more literal sense of the
: > as you point out above?
: We'll probably never know. It's a nicely ambiguous word. It all sounds
: like something out of Four Lions.
: >>> there unattended and wait for it to explode; and then in the ensuing
: >>> would be also allowed to walk up to the escaping PM and stab her
: >>> Anyone who takes that proposal seriously needs sectioning; unless of
: >>> it was just a news story put out to divert attention from the deep
: >>> Brexit shit that PM May finds herself in?
: >>> Nothing would surprise me these days.