To a predictable MSM barrage of ridicule, dismissal and risible critique yesterday, Nigel Farage officially launched his Brexit Party – with a major rally set to take place in Birmingham tomorrow. Apart from a media set largely biased against him, the BP leader faces the major obstacles of FPTP, the potential for a Brexit vote split by UKIP, and the probability of Tory voters abstaining rather than voting for the Brexit Party. In addition, Tory and Labour WA negotiators may leave the Independence vote with an impossible hill to climb.
1. Assailant tapes self driving to mosque. 2. Nazi-era music playing from the start. 3. Feel of a video game or home movie. 4. Three fake weapons on floor of car. 5. Turns in after passing three red cars. 6. An officer there directing him to turn. 7. Opens trunk to see plastic fake guns. 8. Walks up to mosque and fires blasts. 9. No blood, no screams, no bullets. 10. Piles of bodies before entering room. 11. There are exits, no one tries to escape. 12. Close-up shots, no entry wounds. 13. Fires down alley but no one there. 14. Even photo of director with crew.