They know the Goyim are ‘gullible’ and do not have their ‘sick twisted minds’ so they continue to try to fool us, but they forget that the same technology that they created to dumb us down can be used against them if we know their game. There is no doubt that there is something very fishy about this ‘Manchester Attack’, just like there was in all other so-called ‘ISIS” attacks. The UK has deployed soldiers to its streets to ‘protect’ the people from a more imminent attack … that THEY have in store for us. What is happening to our world is beyond revolting.
“‘I have no idea who stole her image or why’: Mother slams trolls who used her 12-year-old daughter’s photo in collage of ‘missing children’ after Manchester terrorist attack – despite her being safe at school in Australia,” Source: dailymail.co.uk
- Gemma Devine was pictured in a collage of missing Manchester attack children
- The 12-year-old model was actually safe at her school in Melbourne, Australia
- Her mum Rachel Devine slammed online trolls using fake photos for ‘attention’
- ‘I have no idea who stole her image or why,’ Ms Devine told Melbourne radio
- Some of the photos used in the ‘missing’ collages have included deceased kids
A young girl has been pictured in an online collage of ‘missing children’ in the wake of the Manchesterattack, despite currently being safe at her school in Australia.
Pictures of Gemma Devine circulated on social media in the immediate wake of the Manchester Arena explosion, as part of a collection of ‘missing faces’ from Ariana Grande‘s concert.
But the 12-year-old’s mother Rachel Devine, from Melbourne, Victoria, has quelled all concerns for her daughter, saying she was shocked to find Gemmas photo on Twitter and slamming trolls who put her daughter at the centre of the tragedy.
Gemma Devine (pictured) was at the center of a collage of ‘missing children’ circulated online by trolls in the wake of the Manchester Attack, despite being safe at her school in Australia
‘I have no idea who stole her image or why,’ Ms Devine told Triple M.
‘My thoughts are with those who are actually searching for loved ones.’
Others took to Twitter to respond to those sharing the photo, claiming ‘someone had lied for attention’ about the missing children.
Pictured in the top row, second photo, Gemma was among 25 people the collage claimed needed to be located.
Mail Online understands that a number of the photos used in the collage are fake and even include photos of children who are deceased.
However not all images posted to social media of missing children were done so by those seeking attention, with some genuinely searching for loved ones.
Rachel Devine (right), from Melbourne, Victoria, quelled concerns for Gemma (left),12, saying she was shocked to find her photo on Twitter and slamming trolls who involved her in the tragedy