A poster depicting the British flag on fire appeared at a bus stop less than 24 hours after the deadly terror attack near UK Parliament that took place on Wednesday.
A poster depicting the British flag on fire appeared at a bus stop in London on Thursday morning, less than 24 hours after the UK Parliament attack.
Paul Pavli, who frequents the Ladbroke Grove bus stop, was on his way to work when he spotted the poster.
“This morning was obviously tough for everyone so it wasn’t a great start,” Pavli told CNN.
It stayed there until early afternoon when police removed it.
“Somebody must have complained or the police would not be there,” said Jose Puren, who snapped a picture of constables opening the frame to get to the poster.
Last month, ads that read, “Become a suicide bomber” began popping up across the city as part of an anti-recruitment campaign against the British Royal Navy.
American citizens should take a serious look at the U.K. and think long and hard about how badly they want Muslim immigrants coming into the United States.
It might be too late for the U.K. but it isn’t too late for the U.S.
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