April 18, 2017
Acid attacks are the “new thing” in culturally enriched Londonistan.
There’s been over 1,800 acid attacks in London since 2010. There were 261 in 2015 and an astonishing 454 in 2016. If such attacks continue at the same rate, there will be around 714 in 2017, 1,124 in 2018, 1,769 in 2019, and 2,784 in 2020.
While such attacks used to be unique to the Muslim world, mass immigration has transformed London to the point where they now average over one a day.
An Australian model and her sister are among 12 people injured during a suspected acid attack in a London nightclub early this morning.
Isobella Fraser, 22, a Sydney model and promoter, was visiting sister Prue, 20, who works as a nanny in London, at the time of the attack.
Ms Fraser told 9news.com.au she and her sister were at the Mangle club in east London when a “fight” broke out and a corrosive substance was thrown.
The pair suffered a number of painful chemical burns and were forced to admit themselves to hospital.
“The ambulance was taking too long and we just wanted to go home to try and sleep as we were in shock,” Ms Fraser said.
Two of the other 12 victims, both men in their twenties, are in a “serious but stable condition” and 10 others suffered “minor injuries”, police said in a statement.
The suspects were not caught and the media and police are refusing to release any details on the assailants other than that they were “male.”
This article was posted: Tuesday, April 18, 2017 at 5:59 am