Difference between ‘terrorist’ and ‘loner with history of mental illness’ identified as skin colour

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The difference between an act of terrorism and an act carried out by a loner with a history of mental illness has finally been identified.

The Daily Mail, whose front pages are routinely filled with stories about invading armies of migrant crime swamps taking over our garden centres, made the discovery.

“There’s a fine line between a follower of a hate-filled ideology carrying out barbaric attacks on our democracy and a quiet man who lived on his own since his mother died,” explained Daily Mail headline writer Simon Williams.

“It doesn’t matter if they target a significant public figure and shout allegiance to an extremist cause as they do it, a cursory look at the colour of his face can tell you whether or not it’s actually a terrorist.

“You can tell a lot about someone from their face, did you know that? The greater their skin’s pigment, the greater the chance of them having a hole in their heart where their western values should be.

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“So, long story short, we’re just not going down the terrorist route if they’re white.

“Although we might consider it if they’re ginger.”

I think, therefore I am (not a Daily Mail reader)