New knife control policies enacted by London mayor in desperate attempt to stop wave of stabbing: Passersby may be searched for knives if police see fit

(INTELLIHUB) — Migrants have committed so many stabbings and acid attacks that City of London Mayor Sadiq Khan recently suggested that drastic “knife control” policies be enacted to protect the unarmed and defenseless.

The  “tough” and “immediate” danger was met by a special violent crime task force made up of 120 new officers who are tasked with the job of finding out if citizens are carrying knives.

The Mayor of London Tweeted on Sunday: “No excuses: there is never a reason to carry a knife. Anyone who does will be caught, and they will feel the full force of the law.”

Interestingly enough, as it turns out, Khan previously reduced the number of on-the-fly police searches which some complained were ‘Islamophobic’ in nature.

Minnesota Patriot responded to the mayor’s tweet: “It appears #KnifeControl is phase 2 in the globalist playbook to ensure the population is unable to defend itself from tyranny.”

Twitter user Ghe Phoi Tweeted: “Wow.. when #GunControl doesn’t work to prevent crimes, you take your ignorance one step higher and go for #KnifeControl … You can still kill people with a stick, a pen, a baseball bat, a rock, a screwdriver.. you gonna ban them all??”

London has by far surpassed the City of New York when it comes to the number of homicides per month in 2018.

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