The latest Car of Peace attack, mowing down cyclists near the British Parliament, appears to have been committed by a "British Citizen of Sudanese origin." That means he was an immigrant, but it doesn't matter, it would be the same if he were a Sudanese born in Britain:
One Tweet says "Security Minister Ben Wallace says terror suspect was a British citizen who originally came from abroad."
What a weird way of saying “he’s an immigrant”. https://t.co/47G066blQQ— Raheem (@RaheemKassam) August 14, 2018
Another euphemism for immigrant, which is only a bad word to use if one of them does something horrible.
NEW: #Westminster - The man detained on suspicion of terror offences after a car crashed outside the Houses of Parliament is believed to be a British citizen of Sudanese origin, a security service source has told Huffpost UK https://t.co/bWiBMmBO3L— Terror Today (@TerrorToday) August 14, 2018
So....Sudanese then.... pic.twitter.com/GONiOD34M4— Battle Beagle 🇺🇸 🇬🇧 (@HarmlessYardDog) August 14, 2018
This is more informative than earlier reports that said he was from the Midlands, a part of Britain that comprises the old Kingdom of Mercia:
Of course, a lot of terrorists are from the Midlands these days:
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For the record, this is the Midlands:
This is Sudan:
This is a person from the Midlands (Birmingham native Cat Deeley):
These are people from Sudan: