Tenth victim of Manchester attack had called for ‘genocide’
Martyn Hett who also died in the ISIS terror attack at the Manchester Arena, has been remembered this week as living a life “lived with passion and courage”, the British tabloid, The Sun reported. Missing from reports however, were Hett's calls for mass genocide of "straight white men" and defending sexually deviant Muslims.
Published: May 28, 2017, 10:24 am
The gay journalist and PR manager, was confirmed as the tenth named victim of the Manchester bombing. Hett had been missing since Monday night’s attack following the Ariana Grande concert which killed 22 and injured more than 50 others.
Hett’s death was announced by his gay boyfriend Russell Hayward, on Twitter. But Hett had somewhat of a problematic Twitter history.
Here are some of his tweets:
“I propose mass genocide” to straight white males.
“The comment thread on the muslim attack story [in Westminster, London] is giving me a nervous breakdown.”
“White, English bigots claiming to be opressed.”
“the biggest casualties of ISIS attacks have been MUSLIMS.”
“The amount of married muslim taxi drivers that have taken me home for free in the hope of a quick blowie [lewd sexual advance]. It melts my heart every time.”
Many of the recent ISIS attackers had been “assimilated” in terms of engaging in casual sex, drugs and alcohol usage. The terrorist attacks were carried out in order to ensure they go to heaven after having committed these religious sins.
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