160715 Barber tweet about Nice

No doubt most of the world now knows there was a horrific terror attack in Nice last night (July 14), in which more than 80 people were killed.

It was a shocking loss of life, believed to be a terrorist attack, and This Writer is sure we would all join to condemn the perpetrators.

Also to be condemned is the tweet pictured above, by Frances Barber. Is this the TV actress? If so, somebody should have a word with her about her opinions and messages.

Mr Corbyn’s refusal to betray the membership of the Labour Party by vacating his post is a principled stand against elements that are trying to corrupt the Labour Party.

Attempting to connect that to terrorism is not only unfair but is, in the opinion of This Writer, base – lacking in moral principles or rules.

I notice that Ms Barber has blocked me – and, no doubt, many others – from her Twitter feed following this outrageous outburst.

I think she may find herself blocked, in many other ways, in the future.

At least 84 people have died, including children, after a lorry slammed through a crowd celebrating Bastille Day in the southern French city of Nice.

The driver ploughed on for 2km (1.2 miles) on the Promenade des Anglais at about 23:00 local time, before being shot dead by police.

Witnesses say the speeding lorry swerved and zigzagged in an apparent attempt to hit more people.

Police reportedly found guns and grenades inside the lorry.

Source: Nice attack: At least 84 killed by lorry at Bastille Day celebrations – BBC News


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