by Scott Creighton
UPDATE: Now there is a report out that says 72 people arrested and convicted on terrorism related charges were release from UK prisons back in Sept. of 2016. Trevor was not mentioned by name in the article but they said 28 people were released who had been sentenced to less than 4 years. Abu would certainly have fit in that description. This article was published today. Are they making ready a narrative that Trevor was released a couple months ago?
The name of the suspect involved in the London car attack (what else would you call it?) is being reported as Abu Izzadeen.
Abu is actually Trevor Brooks, born in the UK on 18 April 1975. Trevor. Yeah, that’s the name of a terrorist… ಠ_ಠ
Trevor changed his name to Omar when he “radicalized” himself somewhere around his 18th birthday. So then he was Omar Brooks.
Omar used to hang around a phony “angry Islamist” named Anjem Choudary . He and Choudary pulled a PR stunt back in 2006 by publicly disrupting Home Secretary John Reid’s meeting with some Muslims. It was all very public and done to make the average Brit hate Muslims. Choudary has been shown time and time again as a fake Muslim and an asset of various intel agencies.
Both he and Choudary continued pulling little hearts and minds stunts over the years.
On the eve of the anniversary of the 7/7 attacks in London, he was filmed preaching to a group of Muslims in Birmingham mocking and laughing at those who believe in the war on terror and who feel a need to resist Islamic terrorism. He also mocked the courage of journalists who were captured by insurgents.
Interestingly enough, London’s “car driver… killer… terrorist” should have been in prison.
“Two convicted terrorists have been sentenced to two years in jail after they were discovered on a train in Hungary in breach of a travel ban imposed as a result of their crimes in Britain.
Omar Brooks, 40, and Simon Keeler, 44, who were jailed for terror-related offences in 2008, were detained by Hungarian police in November when they were found on a train without passports…
Brooks, known as Abu Izzadeen, is an al-Qaida disciple who famously heckled former home secretary John Reid in 2006. He also found notoriety for his speeches calling on followers to fund a war against the British and Americans in Iraq.” Guardian Jan. 8th, 2016
Brooks was jailed previously for terrorism-related charges… he runs around being the poster-boy for more terrorism, gets arrested by Turkish officials (Hungarian?) trying to get into Turkey to do some more terrorism and is sent back to the Brits to stand trial and is only sentenced to two years (????) and doesn’t even apparently do that? Really?
I’m not really a whiz at math but I can add 16 to 2 and it doesn’t come up 17.
Yeah. I’m calling shenanigans on this one.