96 Confirmed Dead

PUBLISHED: 9:13 PM 28 Aug 2018

Murder Investigation Underway As Man Knifed By Anti-Knife Poster

PSA's don't appear to be working very well in London, England.

England is seeing a lot of knife attacks as the ban seems to be failing terribly at keeping people safe.

If knife attacks were supposed to be stopped in London, England, because of public service announcements, it didn’t work. A 22-year-old man was stabbed to death in front of an anti-knife poster, the Daily Mail has confirmed.

Police were hurriedly dispatched to Creek Road in Deptford just before midnight on Saturday, but there was nothing that they and other first responders could do to save the victim.

At 12:40 a.m., the man was pronounced dead at a local hospital. This is a judgment on the leftist knife-ban crowd, because banning of knives seems to have worked about as good as gun bans… they don’t

This travesty is confirmed to have happened only mere days after Carole Harrison, 73, became the 100th person involved in a crime investigation, not necessarily murder. Yet, even with this thin distinction, it is believed that 96 people have been murdered so far.

Things are so bad that manufacturers of “stab-proof” clothing are seeing a huge rise in sales.

What we have found is we are getting a lot of enquiries and sales of anti-slash gloves as people want to defend themselves from these attacks,” said the managing director of the Bladerunner clothing line, Lee Marks, 69.

Allow that to sink in: in England today, it is very hard to legally obtain a firearm and the people are relying on clothing to protect them from murderous criminals.

The news gets even grimmer when it is understood that the killer of victim 101 is still at large. Those “with information on the latest incident should contact police on 101 quoting CAD 7831/25 August, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 11.

The West has embraced a godless society and the people, in turn, are acting as if they have no god, it would appear.

While many people cluck their tongues, march to ban more ways for self-defense, and print anti-violence posters, the problem is not going to be solved by any of that.

However, it doesn’t look like England’s leaders understand that fact.