This is exactly (part of) the reason why Tommy Robinson went to Israel, to see exactly where the UK will be heading in relation to managing the Islamic impact on his society.
All kinds of security measures will have to be used to discourage would be Islamonazi attackers on civilians during major holidays. This is what the Israelis have become accustomed to over the decades as Arab Islamonazis use different methods in trying to murder Jews.
Defend the Christmas markets! Concrete barriers are erected in Birmingham as armed police patrol in Newcastle amid fears suicide bombers will target Britain’s festive attractions
Wrapped up against the cold, these Newcastle children were all smiles on a trip to the Christmas market, with the presence of two police officers armed with guns on either side
- Concrete barriers have been erected at Birmingham’s German Market
- The bollards were put up this week to safeguard thousands who flock there
- It is estimated that 5.5 million people will visit the market before December 29
- Armed police patrol Newcastle sparking fury from shocked residents
Concrete barriers have been erected at Birmingham’s German Market to prevent suicide bombers as armed police patrol Newcastle amid fears of terror attacks.
The bollards were put up this week to safeguard the thousands who flock to the seasonal city centre attraction each day.
It is estimated that 5.5 million people will visit the market in Colmore Row and Bennetts Hill before it closes on December 29.
Cconcrete barriers have been erected at Birmingham’s German Market to prevent suicide bombers
An emergency services staffer said: ‘We were told by the police they are there to prevent terrorist attacks’.
Meanwhile, in Newcastle-upon Tyne, a photo of a young children alongside two burly armed officers sparked a furore after it was shared on social media.
It was one of a number from the market in Newcastle shared by Northumbria Police on its Facebook and Twitter pages, provoking thousands of responses.
Nic King wrote on Facebook: ‘I don’t want to see guns the size of my child when Christmas shopping and these images have put me off going into Newcastle.’