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Britain is preparing for a Muslim terror rampage


‘Suicide bomber’ blows himself up in all-night anti terror training exercise at Britain’s second-biggest shopping mall: Hundreds of volunteers doused in fake blood play ‘victims’ at Trafford Centre 

  • ‘Suicide bomber’ detonated explosive in the Trafford Centre, Manchester, ‘killing and wounding’ dozens of people
  • Masked ‘gunmen’ then burst into the mall, opening fire on ‘shoppers’ before police and even the SAS responded
  • Was all part of a massive training exercise to ensure region’s emergency units are capable of responding to attack
  • Follows deadly terrorist assaults on both Paris and Brussels in which hundreds of people were killed and injured 

 

Explosions and gunfire could be heard ringing out from Britain’s second busiest shopping centre this morning in one of the biggest counter terrorism training exercises to ever take place on these shores.

A ‘suicide bomber’ detonated his ‘explosive’ in the middle of the Trafford Centre in Manchester, ‘killing and wounding’ dozens of the 800 volunteers recruited to test the emergency response to an extremist attack in the wake of ISIS led assaults on Paris and Brussels.

Victims smeared in fake blood were seen running for their lives during the mock-up, while scores more were forced to play dead as the ‘terrorists’ attempted to seize control of the shopping mall.

Victims: A ‘suicide bomber’ detonated his explosive in the centre of the Trafford Centre in Manchester, ‘killing and wounding’ dozens of the 800 volunteers recruited to test the emergency response to an extremist attack in the wake of ISIS led assaults on Paris and Brussels
Instinct: The terrifying enactment began shortly after midnight this morning, codenamed Exercise Winchester Accord, when a man dressed all in black walked in and shouted at the would be shoppers
Preparation: The exercise has been in the planning since December 2015 and will continue over the next two nights in separate locations
Hurt: A man lies covered in pretend blood
Preparation: The exercise has been in the planning since December 2015 and will continue over the next two nights in separate locations – as if to mimic the horrific attack that targeted several different areas in the French capital in November last year, killing 137 people
Agony: One actor lies screaming in pain after sustaining both facial and torso wounds as a result of the 'bombing' that started the exercise

Agony: One actor lies screaming in pain after sustaining both facial and torso wounds as a result of the ‘bombing’ that started the exercise

The exercise has been in the planning since December 2015 and will continue over the next two nights in separate locations – as if to mimic the horrific attack that targeted several different areas in the French capital in November last year, killing 137 people.

It involves the city’s police force, working with other agencies including Merseyside Police, Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service and North West Ambulance Service and counter-terrorism officers to examine and evaluate the response to a major attack.

Also reported to have been involved were soldiers from the SAS.

The twilight enactment began shortly after midnight this morning, codenamed Exercise Winchester Accord, when a man dressed all in black walked in and shouted at the would be shoppers.

Seconds later an explosion rocked the food hall as he detonated a ‘bomb’, ‘killing and wounding’ many in the vicinity, all of whom were wearing ear defenders and safety glasses and had been given gruesome, blood injuries by make-up artists.

As their screams echoed through the building, a masked gunman then entered, firing a number of rounds, leaving more people ‘dead and injured’. 

Raid: The terrifying enactment began shortly after midnight this morning, codenamed Exercise Winchester Accord, when a man dressed all in black walked in and shouted at the would be shoppers
Blast: Seconds later an explosion rocked the food hall as he detonated a bomb, ‘killing and wounding’ many in the vicinity, all of whom were wearing ear defenders and safety glasses and had been given gruesome, blood injuries by make-up artists

Wounded: One of the 800 volunteers involved in the overnight exercise is forced to the ground with a gunshot wound to her right arm

Pleading: Two shoppers seek cover beside one of the Trafford Centre's restaurants as they both lie wounded following the initial attack

Pleading: Two shoppers seek cover beside one of the Trafford Centre’s restaurants as they both lie wounded following the initial attack

Walking wounded: The exercise followed similar simulations to have taken place in London, Glasgow and Essex in recent months

Walking wounded: The exercise followed similar simulations to have taken place in London, Glasgow and Essex in recent months

The terror cell then continued in their attempts to maim and kill as the emergency response got underway, their targets hiding behind walls and in restaurants.

A squadron of police cars, fire engines and ambulances raced to the scene, while masked counter-terror officers made their way inside hoping to gain control and quell the deadly assault – an operation which is believed to have been ongoing until 6am.

The exercise followed similar simulations to have taken place in London, Glasgow and Essex in recent months.

Speaking ahead of the mock attack, Greater Manchester Police Assistant Chief Constable Rebekah Sutcliffe said: ‘This exercise is part of a national programme that has been planned extensively for five months.

Cover: The terror cell then continued in their attempts to maim and kill as the emergency response got underway, their targets hiding behind walls and in restaurants

Cover: The terror cell then continued in their attempts to maim and kill as the emergency response got underway, their targets hiding behind walls and in restaurants

Hiding: Four 'shoppers' - some injured and others just seeking to stay away from the attackers - are pictured hiding in a burger joint

Hiding: Four ‘shoppers’ – some injured and others just seeking to stay away from the attackers – are pictured hiding in a burger joint

Taking hold: The first of the armed police response can be seen entering through one of the Manchester mall's front doors

Taking hold: The first of the armed police response can be seen entering through one of the Manchester mall’s front doors

All go: An armed policeman is seen entering the shopping mall as officers attempt to gain control of the situation
Practice: No real rounds were used in the training exercise
All go: An armed policeman is seen entering the shopping mall as officers attempt to gain control of the situation. No real rounds were used in the training exercise

‘We have worked closely with intu Trafford centre and other emergency services to test our response to a major terrorist incident in a public place, which for part of this exercise is a shopping centre.

‘Residents in the area may hear loud noises and see emergency services activity around intu Trafford Centre during the exercise and I can reassure people that there is no cause for concern. However, I would still urge people to contact police if they do have any concerns or want to report anything and are not sure if it is linked to the exercise.

‘Our priority is to stop terrorists from planning and orchestrating attacks and with exercises like this, we can put our response to the test in a safe environment, so we are fully prepared for a time when it may be critical.

‘I want to make it clear that this is not linked to any specific terror threat or attack, but is an opportunity for us to make sure we are in the best position possible, should a terrorist attack happen in the North West.

Training: The exercises involved the police force, working with other agencies including Merseyside Police, Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service and North West Ambulance Service and counter-terrorism officers to examine and evaluate the response to a major attack 

Training: The exercises involved the police force, working with other agencies including Merseyside Police, Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service and North West Ambulance Service and counter-terrorism officers to examine and evaluate the response to a major attack

Real thing: A squadron of police cars, fire engines and ambulances raced to the scene, while masked counter-terror officers made their way inside hoping to gain control and quell the deadly assault - an operation which is believed to have been ongoing until 6am

Real thing: A squadron of police cars, fire engines and ambulances raced to the scene, while masked counter-terror officers made their way inside hoping to gain control and quell the deadly assault – an operation which is believed to have been ongoing until 6am

 Ongoing: Over the following two days the exercise will continue in locations in the North West, including Redbank Community Home, in Newton-le-Willows, Merseyside on Wednesday

 Ongoing: Over the following two days the exercise will continue in locations in the North West, including Redbank Community Home, in Newton-le-Willows, Merseyside on Wednesday

Situation: An ambulance support unit is seen pictured outside the Trafford Centre, which will open again this morning following the exercise 

Situation: An ambulance support unit is seen pictured outside the Trafford Centre, which will open again this morning following the exercise

‘This exercise has allowed us to build and strengthen our relationship with intu Trafford Centre and I would like to thank them for allowing all the participants to use their centre. Their support in the planning of this exercise demonstrates their commitment to test their response to a major incident and protect their staff and customers.’

Over the following two days the exercise will continue in locations in the North West, including Redbank Community Home, in Newton-le-Willows, Merseyside on Wednesday.

Richard Paxton, General Manager of intu Trafford Centre said: ‘The police and emergency services do an extremely important job keeping the public safe. This training, planning and preparation to deal with all eventualities is essential and we had no hesitation allowing them to use our facilities for their exercise while the centre was closed.’

Some critics have voiced their frustrations at the apparent decision of one of at least one of the attackers – thought to be the suicide bomber – to shout ‘Allahu Akhbar’ during his role in the mock-up.

Scene: The Trafford Centre in Manchester is one of the biggest shopping centres in Britain. It was open overnight to allow for the simulation

Some critics have voiced their frustrations at the apparent decision of one of at least one of the attackers - thought to be the suicide bomber - to shout 'Allahu Akhbar' during his role in the mock-up

Some critics have voiced their frustrations at the apparent decision of one of at least one of the attackers – thought to be the suicide bomber – to shout ‘Allahu Akhbar’ during his role in the mock-up

Taking to Twitter, they have asked why the terrorists had to be of supposed Muslim faith during the exercise.

Manchester University Diversity Officer Ilyas Nagdee posted: ‘Stupid decision by @gmpolice to decide attackers should be seen as Muslim. Maybe that’s why Islamophobias gone up 300% in the UK.’

He then added: ‘The exercise was about preparation of emergency services and their responses. It did not require attackers to be seen as Muslim.’

Any suspicious activity or behaviour can be reported to police via the confidential Anti-Terrorist Hotline by calling 0800 789 321. Extremist or terrorist content online can be reported at http://www.gov.uk/report-terrorism.

 

 

 

7 thoughts on “Britain is preparing for a Muslim terror rampage

  1. “Some critics have voiced their frustrations at the apparent decision of one of at least one of the attackers – thought to be the suicide bomber – to shout ‘Allahu Akhbar’ during his role in the mock-up.”

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  2. Funny how the libs complain for the world using stereotypes.. Silly Libs, stereotypes aren’t created by accident. Little Johnny steals your car radio, Little LeRoy steals your car and little Ubu blows your car up.

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  3. AND …. The Bruts in London “Just” elected a Pro-Terrorist Muslim as mayor!
    Brits need to stop practicing at dying (which is what their excerise in futility is), and just slit their own throats and be done with it!

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  4. Duh, other mean ole people just pick on innocent Muslims for the hell of it ! ! ! Have the complaining cretins posted comments condemning terrorism EVERY time it happens ? ? ? Stupids, give us a break from your asinine, intelligence-insulting, blow-hard comments and go back to your goat herds . . .

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  5. Maybe the Brits should compose nursery rhymes to explain upcoming events. Like:


    Come now bearded men with Kalashnikov’s,
    Ashes, ashes, all fall down.

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