Just wait for the p.c. brigade to read 'Islamic terrorist attack', as a 'multi-casualty event' requiring a 'multi-agency response'; then highlight and emphasize anything and everything about the attacker, except the fact that he's an Islamic terrorist.
Point out he was fat, bald, middle aged, a thug, say it was an attack on democracy...anything, absolutely anything.
That is anything, except of course the fact that he was a Muslim; whilst simultaneously spewing out all the usual guff about it being nothing to do with Islam and no doubt, pointing out that the victims were of all nationalities.
And of course, get so called Muslim 'community leaders' to 'speak out' against it.
Judging by the front pages of tomorrows' newspapers, some of which along with all of the above, call him a 'loser', this process has already started.
The only thing that puzzles me is how everyone, quite rightly, say nothing should change because of this attack, that we shouldn't let terrorists win by altering our way of life, only to then promptly announce a 'review of security' and that subsequently, things may need to change.
Work that one out.
And without a hint of irony, Theresa May said that life was going along as normal when it happened, that we should all stand together and continue, as normal; I agree, well said, indeed we should.
Well, at least everyone should carry on as normal, while she is whisked away in a bullet proof car with an armed Police escort, that is.
We know she's a jittery character anyway, but she looked more panicked than everyone else put together the way she hob-nailed it the wrong way to the car.
During WW2 when Hitlers' Luftwaffe virtually carpet bombed London day and night, when we truly were of one people, then indeed Britain really did pull together.
Shop owners opened their shops in spite of not actually having a front door left to open, Churchill stayed put in Downing Street, Parliament did not relocate and even the King refused to leave Buckingham Palace.
Now that's carrying on, as normal.
Compare that to now however, where now we get one man with a couple of knives and the whole of London comes to a standstill.
But of course, that was when the British 'keep calm and carry on' mentality, the resolve and attitude by which we approached and dealt with life, was still a demonstrable trait of the British which a genuine observation of could still be made.
However, with too many woolly liberals and their predilection for victim-hood, actively seeking offence so that they can complain, together with the dilution of society with too many foreigners, it's now more like 'keep calm and hit the panic button'.
Anyway, the only small comfort that can be drawn from this, is that at least the Police managed to kill the murderer who perpetrated the crazed attack.
Without trivialising this despicable, violent crime and even as an unintended consequence, the only other thing even remotely on the upside to be drawn from this, is that it overshadowed the death and subsequent funeral of another murderer, Martin McGuinness.
As we predicted (see blog, Martin 'murderer' McGuinness 21/3/17), he was subsequently feted as a 'statesman' and therefore without doubt, we missed having to put up with live coverage of that somewhat odious event, all day on T.V.
Anyway, good riddance to more bad rubbish.