A career criminal by the name of Nordine Amrani, probably not a native European, tossed grenades off a building in Belgium. Four are dead (including two teenagers) and dozens are wounded.
Meanwhile, a charity carol event in Britain, was interrupted by enrichers from the Congo, when they chose to vent their frustrations at corruption back home by attacking cancer patients:
Shops were attacked, passers-by threatened and car windows smashed during a demonstration in central London against the election result in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The carol concert was raising money for MacMillan Cancer Support. It was organised by a group of friends whose loved ones had been treated for cancer.
Masked teenage boys ‘stormed’ the singers, throwing bottles of water and hot drinks into the crowd. A woman in her 40s, said to be undergoing treatment for breast cancer, was pulled to the ground. A youth attempted to set light to the Christmas tree, an annual gift from the city of Oslo since 1947, one witness said.
I don’t like being negative. I really don’t. I would much rather fill this blog with pictures of cute babies, puppies and happy families frolicking in the sun. Maybe I’ll post about those topics another day. But don’t blame me; blame the forces of evil that unleashed hordes of bloodthirsty savages upon the unsuspecting people of the formerly civilized world.