'Isis bitches' anti-Muslim rant video on Kilburn bus by mother with buggy goes viral

Isis bitches' anti-Muslim rant video on Kilburn bus by mother with buggy goes viralIBTimes UK

Warning: Video has graphic language

A shocking video released on social media shows a mother abusing Muslim women with children on a bus that runs through Brent Park and Kilburn in north London. The black woman who was filmed by a passenger on their mobile phone was recorded calling other women on the vehicle "f***ing Isis bitches" and threatening them with physical harm has now gone viral across social media platforms.

During the video, an unnamed black woman who is pictured standing next to a child in a buggy is shown hurling a torrent of racial abuse and profanity at two women who are understood to be from the Middle East calling for them to "go home" and threatening to kick one of the women she has confronted "in the stomach" so she "will never have a kid again".

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The scene, although with much more violent intent, eerily mirrors another racially motivated rant that was levelled by mother Emma West who was filmed shouting racial abuse on a Croydon tram.

This was a film recorded by a fellow passenger in November 2011 that was eventually watched by 11 million people on social media platforms and led to West receiving a 24-month community order. Both videos reflect the rising tensions due to migrant numbers approaching UK shores that are expected to reach 636,000 partly due to refugees fleeing war zones in war torn countries such as Syria and Iraq. This number is up 84,000 in the year to March, according to the Office of National Statistics.

The driver of the 206 bus is seen in the video trying to calm the woman down but fails to remove her from the vehicle or call the police during her tirade that lasts more than three minutes.

The woman involved could now face charges for offences under the Crime and Disorder Act, which deals with racially motivated offences. In what seems like an unprovoked attack captured on 14 October, she taunts the women dressed in traditional Middle East attire accusing them of being "f***ing rude" and coming to England with "no f***ing manners".

'Bombing every day'

At one point, the clearly agitated woman calls on the women to go back to their countries of origin where they are "bombing every day". When finally challenged by the bus driver, the woman seems to retreat into a slight moment of calm before launching another assault of verbal abuse telling them "go home and make your bomb on the internet" and turns to the child in the buggy saying: "What happened? Isis got into the country, that's what happened." She then accuses the women of sleeping with the same husband, calling them "disgusting".

After she challenges the women to make her stop her tirade, she is then confronted by the bus driver who has now removed himself from his seat to attend to the situation asking the clearly agitated woman to "relax" once again.

In a final action, the abusive woman is seen getting her phone out and filming each passenger as if to keep the film as evidence. When challenged by one of the women she has been abusing, the black woman screams: "Touch me again and I'll punch you in the face, touch me again and I'll punch you in the head, dirty sandrags."

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In September, Prime Minister David Cameron insisted that taking more refugees would not solve the migrant crisis although, in an embarrassing U-turn just a few days later, Chancellor George Osborne announced the government needed to "do even more" to help refugees, setting aside more of the country's international aid budget.

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