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British soldier hacked to death in brazen attack by Islamic terrorists, stopped by prayerful, courageous women Comments

A brutal terrorist attack shocked  London on Wednesday. Two knife and pistol wielding terrorists brutally attacked and slaughtered a soldier as he returned to his barracks in London. The killers were confronted by women and police before being shot and arrested. The government is on alert. Continue Reading

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  1. robert matzinger
    1 year ago

    God bless those brave women who stood by this innocent man while he died, at the hand of evil doers, so he would not die alone!

    And I hope the Brits are willing to stand up against these people of evil and treat them as they are!

  2. vance
    1 year ago

    I wonder if this murder will wake up the Brits. The leftist Socialist Labor Party ushered in thousands of Muslims. Now, the Brits are suffering the consequences of the Labor Party's dirty work.

  3. Rush Glick
    1 year ago

    Sadly, those who apparently hold such a hatred for their own culture become blinded to the realities all around us. Those who claim that a million civilians have been "murdered' in a war against Islamic terrorism should check their facts rather than rely on self-serving propaganda. And to compare a culture that has given so much and done so much to bring stability and, yes, peace to the world with Nazi Germany cries out for a reality check of the first order. If the self-loathers hold sway we will, one day, see what happens when our country and culture disappear into the dustbin of history. They along with the rest of the world will then greive for what is no longer there to protect them from the unbridled tsunami of chaos and violence that will surely fill the vacuum. May God in His mercy save us all...from ourselves...

  4. Dionisia
    1 year ago

    Ooooh God we need your interferance. Protect us because we have no power even our enemies. Forgive us for not being obidient enough to you our Lord because we think technology can do eveything to us. But Lord you know that our enemies are your enemies too. My dears let us pray for a peace all over the world. I wish one day could be chosen for the whole world to pray agaist evil activities.

  5. mjgt
    1 year ago

    God bless these three brave women, especially the first women. I am not surprised that the first woman (and maybe the others) is a person of faith.

  6. mjgt
    1 year ago

    Three women? Where were the men, taking pictures and tweeting? How pathetic!

  7. Paul Mitchell
    1 year ago

    Good words.

    I just find it amazing that we go over to the middle east and kill about a million or so men, women, children, with maybe a few actual taliban or whatever thrown in just to make the carnage acceptable. Then, when they react to our fascist policies (of murdering people in Afganistan and Iraq) we respond with incredulity (as they might have in Berlin in 1937/8) when a reprisal is taken out on ONE soldier in a guilty fascist country. ....then scream for more fascist, bigoted immigration policies. Jeeesh! Open your eyes people - the so-called Coalition forces of Britain Germany, U.S., Canada, etc. are today the same forces that motivated Hitler's Germany in the early 1930's, only on a (partially) different foot. Maybe people should take a look at the erosion of freedoms in our own countries (with the Muslims being used as the scapegoats, regardless of a few bad apples) exactly similar to how Hitler took power by calling for emergency internal "security" powers after the Reichstag burned down in 1933...

  8. Terrye Newkirk
    1 year ago

    And England doesn't have the death penalty. Nor do their cops routinely go armed. These cowards didn't even want to die for their twisted beliefs. They knew the worst they could face was a few years as guests of Her Majesty.

  9. DarthJ
    1 year ago

    Hard to believe that happened in England. But with government policies like they are, it was foreseeable.

  10. Pro
    1 year ago

    We do not pray for the ones who have chosen their path and are not living by God's Commandments. Pray for non Christians to convert yes. Pray for these two and others like them. Never. This is passivity that we should not exercise.


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