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Message started by Gordon on Aug 14th, 2019 at 11:32am

Title: Thanks, guys
Post by Gordon on Aug 14th, 2019 at 11:32am
Give these guys the keys to the city.

Britons hailed as 'heroes' after helping restrain man accused of Sydney knife attack


Paul O’Shaughnessy, 37, who played professionally for English football club Bury, and his brother Luke, 30, from Manchester, were in their office with their friend Lee Cuthbert when they heard a disturbance. They saw the alleged attacker wielding what Paul said was a knife and covered in blood, and chased him.

He told the Guardian at the scene that, together with other onlookers, they had managed to subdue the alleged offender. Paul said the man had yelled “extremist” slogans, but he declined to repeat what he had said.

Paul O’Shaughnessy, 37, who played professionally for English football club Bury, and his brother Luke, 30, from Manchester, were in their office with their friend Lee Cuthbert when they heard a disturbance. They saw the alleged attacker wielding what Paul said was a knife and covered in blood, and chased him.

He told the Guardian at the scene that, together with other onlookers, they had managed to subdue the alleged offender. Paul said the man had yelled “extremist” slogans, but he declined to repeat what he had said.

Could see a little bit of blood so we knew he’s done something with that knife, so we just ran after him basically and people were shouting, ‘He’s down that way.’

“… In our heads we were saying to each other, ‘Be careful, be careful,’ and we were asking witnesses, we were saying, ‘What has he got, is there anything else?’ ‘Nah, it’s just a knife’ – so that made us press forward even more because you can tackle someone if it’s like that, not if he’s got a gun or whatever.

“So we went straight over, we got him near a cafe down near George Street. There was one guy already tussling and we just kind of like, everyone just jumped on the guy.”
https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2019/aug/13/britons-hailed-as-heroes-after-restraining-man-accused-of-sydney-stabbing-attack

Title: Re: Thanks, guys
Post by Gnads on Aug 14th, 2019 at 11:44am
Good work ey? [smiley=thumbup.gif] [smiley=thumbup.gif]

Title: Re: Thanks, guys
Post by cods on Aug 14th, 2019 at 1:10pm
I said this will go worldwide...

I dont think it says a lot for our mental health treatment do you?...

yes well done to those young men who  didnt just stand around with their phones but this young guy should not have been on the streets....

>:( >:( >:(..

people should not have to risk their lives taking down someone with a knife [covered in blood]....who is obviously disturbed.... >:( >:( >:(


this is not Amerika where they kill each other every day..

did we learn nothing from the Lindt Cafe.?????

blaming it on terrorism is a cop out... >:( >:(

Title: Re: Thanks, guys
Post by Valkie on Aug 14th, 2019 at 7:27pm
All the cops were on highway patrol making revenue.

Can't expect the cops to actually "protect" people.

They have to make money for the grubberment to give away to parasites.

Title: Re: Thanks, guys
Post by Bias_2012 on Aug 14th, 2019 at 8:27pm
If it wasn't terrorism then what was it? A convert to Islam shouting Alah Akbar killing and stabbing people - been many muslim terrorist attacks like that

Title: Re: Thanks, guys
Post by KangAnon on Aug 14th, 2019 at 8:30pm
Why does this sort of thing always attract the same pieces of poo trying to push their bigotry on everyone else?

Can't this thread just be about thanking those people who saved lives and didn't just hide behind a keyboard and monitor?

Title: Re: Thanks, guys
Post by Bias_2012 on Aug 14th, 2019 at 9:32pm

SadKangaroo wrote on Aug 14th, 2019 at 8:30pm:
Why does this sort of thing always attract the same pieces of poo trying to push their bigotry on everyone else?

Can't this thread just be about thanking those people who saved lives and didn't just hide behind a keyboard and monitor?



Since you lefty progressives can never predict a time when these attacks will end in Australia that you're responsible for, we'll say what we like

Title: Re: Thanks, guys
Post by Abu on Aug 14th, 2019 at 9:55pm

Gordon wrote on Aug 14th, 2019 at 11:32am:
Give these guys the keys to the city.

Britons hailed as 'heroes' after helping restrain man accused of Sydney knife attack


Paul O’Shaughnessy, 37, who played professionally for English football club Bury, and his brother Luke, 30, from Manchester, were in their office with their friend Lee Cuthbert when they heard a disturbance. They saw the alleged attacker wielding what Paul said was a knife and covered in blood, and chased him.

He told the Guardian at the scene that, together with other onlookers, they had managed to subdue the alleged offender. Paul said the man had yelled “extremist” slogans, but he declined to repeat what he had said.

Paul O’Shaughnessy, 37, who played professionally for English football club Bury, and his brother Luke, 30, from Manchester, were in their office with their friend Lee Cuthbert when they heard a disturbance. They saw the alleged attacker wielding what Paul said was a knife and covered in blood, and chased him.

He told the Guardian at the scene that, together with other onlookers, they had managed to subdue the alleged offender. Paul said the man had yelled “extremist” slogans, but he declined to repeat what he had said.

Could see a little bit of blood so we knew he’s done something with that knife, so we just ran after him basically and people were shouting, ‘He’s down that way.’

“… In our heads we were saying to each other, ‘Be careful, be careful,’ and we were asking witnesses, we were saying, ‘What has he got, is there anything else?’ ‘Nah, it’s just a knife’ – so that made us press forward even more because you can tackle someone if it’s like that, not if he’s got a gun or whatever.

“So we went straight over, we got him near a cafe down near George Street. There was one guy already tussling and we just kind of like, everyone just jumped on the guy.”
https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2019/aug/13/britons-hailed-as-heroes-after-restraining-man-accused-of-sydney-stabbing-attack


Not tinted, were they?

Please explain?

Title: Re: Thanks, guys
Post by Laugh till you cry on Aug 14th, 2019 at 10:07pm
Three-Fingers Haji Gordon could do more. He could give them free courses at the Haji Gordon University of Love.

Title: Re: Thanks, guys
Post by Gordon on Aug 14th, 2019 at 10:10pm

Laugh till you cry wrote on Aug 14th, 2019 at 10:07pm:
Three-Fingers Haji Gordon could do more. He could give them free courses at the Haji Gordon University of Love.


If only your best mate Aussie was there with his not small right hand, he could of pinned him to the ground.

Oh wait, Aussie is the man if you need a kid with a soft drink bottle pinned against a tree. My bad!

Title: Re: Thanks, guys
Post by Laugh till you cry on Aug 14th, 2019 at 10:17pm

Gordon wrote on Aug 14th, 2019 at 10:10pm:

Laugh till you cry wrote on Aug 14th, 2019 at 10:07pm:
Three-Fingers Haji Gordon could do more. He could give them free courses at the Haji Gordon University of Love.


If only your best mate Aussie was there with his not small right hand, he could of pinned him to the ground.

Oh wait, Aussie is the man if you need a kid with a soft drink bottle pinned against a tree. My bad!


The Haji Gordon three-finger grip is unrivaled.

Title: Re: Thanks, guys
Post by Gordon on Aug 14th, 2019 at 10:20pm

Laugh till you cry wrote on Aug 14th, 2019 at 10:17pm:

Gordon wrote on Aug 14th, 2019 at 10:10pm:

Laugh till you cry wrote on Aug 14th, 2019 at 10:07pm:
Three-Fingers Haji Gordon could do more. He could give them free courses at the Haji Gordon University of Love.


If only your best mate Aussie was there with his not small right hand, he could of pinned him to the ground.

Oh wait, Aussie is the man if you need a kid with a soft drink bottle pinned against a tree. My bad!


The Haji Gordon three-finger grip is unrivaled.


I've never commented about my grip, unlike your best mate Aussie who brags about his big right hand pinning children, god damn children to trees.

Do you condone adults pinning children to trees?


Title: Re: Thanks, guys
Post by Ye Grappler on Aug 16th, 2019 at 2:19pm

Karnal wrote on Aug 14th, 2019 at 9:55pm:

Gordon wrote on Aug 14th, 2019 at 11:32am:
Give these guys the keys to the city.

Britons hailed as 'heroes' after helping restrain man accused of Sydney knife attack


Paul O’Shaughnessy, 37, who played professionally for English football club Bury, and his brother Luke, 30, from Manchester, were in their office with their friend Lee Cuthbert when they heard a disturbance. They saw the alleged attacker wielding what Paul said was a knife and covered in blood, and chased him.

He told the Guardian at the scene that, together with other onlookers, they had managed to subdue the alleged offender. Paul said the man had yelled “extremist” slogans, but he declined to repeat what he had said.

Paul O’Shaughnessy, 37, who played professionally for English football club Bury, and his brother Luke, 30, from Manchester, were in their office with their friend Lee Cuthbert when they heard a disturbance. They saw the alleged attacker wielding what Paul said was a knife and covered in blood, and chased him.

He told the Guardian at the scene that, together with other onlookers, they had managed to subdue the alleged offender. Paul said the man had yelled “extremist” slogans, but he declined to repeat what he had said.

Could see a little bit of blood so we knew he’s done something with that knife, so we just ran after him basically and people were shouting, ‘He’s down that way.’

“… In our heads we were saying to each other, ‘Be careful, be careful,’ and we were asking witnesses, we were saying, ‘What has he got, is there anything else?’ ‘Nah, it’s just a knife’ – so that made us press forward even more because you can tackle someone if it’s like that, not if he’s got a gun or whatever.

“So we went straight over, we got him near a cafe down near George Street. There was one guy already tussling and we just kind of like, everyone just jumped on the guy.”
https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2019/aug/13/britons-hailed-as-heroes-after-restraining-man-accused-of-sydney-stabbing-attack


Not tinted, were they?

Please explain?



A 1/16th Indigene, perhaps?  They're always acting up...

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