Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Manchester's Not United

I waited longer than 24 hours to react to the nail-bomb killing of 22 people at a concert in Manchester, England, by the Muslim son of Libyan refugees.

People are leaving the usual stuffed teddy bears and flowers for the victims. It is a British thing. And nothing changes. Not a thing -- because the globalists and the Marxists are too vested in a world without borders that is more easily exploited.

Police are investigating Katie Hopkins of the Daily Mail for tweeting: "Western men. These are your wives. Your daughters. Your sons. Stand up. Rise up. Demand action. Do not carry on as normal. Cowed."

This is not political correctness. This is fascism. This is the use of the powers of the state to silence critics. If Churchill could see England now, he would have said piss on it. I'm not wasting my blood, toil, tears, and sweat on these fools.

Rather than speak out against the savagery, Lee Williscroft-Ferris of the Independent wrote, "This isn't the time for Islamophobia – and it isn't the time to criticise Britain's foreign policy, either."

Oh rubbish.

Put on your burka and mince to Iran, you coward.

Why should I respect a louse who writes off as collateral damage the lives of the little girls, tweens, and teens this animal killed?

Much as I disliked his vote against the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Barry Goldwater nailed it at the Cow Palace in San Francisco when he accepted the Republican presidential nomination:
I would remind you that extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice! And let me remind you also that moderation in the pursuit of justice is no virtue!
Absolutely.

England now allows children to be molested by the hundreds in the name of Allah. No-Go Zones protect predators throughout Europe.

From Katie Hopkins:
'We stand united. We are not broken. We are strong.'
'We stand united. We are not broken. We are strong.'
Repeated like a mantra.
The new Lord's Prayer of a terrorized generation.
Saying it over and over, faster and faster as the sharks circle and it becomes clear that hope is fading fast. That this could be the end. If not this time, then the next one. Or the one after that.
Next time could be my daughter, my child.
After the Westminster terror attack on March 26 I said we were cowed. That we were like ants, carrying on as normal, waiting for the next footstep to fall.
And today I see this to be true. Ants, squashed by a car, hewn in half by a truck, bounced off the bonnet of a 4x4, punctured by ballbearings and shrapnel from a hardware store.
And the only thing we ants can do is act busy. Whip ourselves up into a frenzy of activity. Move this way and that. Scurry about carrying things. Film ourselves walking to work. Make posters about 'having a cup of tea', get cross about what is said on twitter.
But the cowards are united on one thing:
People have rung my bosses on the radio demanding I am sacked for my tweets because my divisiveness is what ISIS wants.
These people have bought the narrative, hook, line and sinker.
They are channeling their impotence and anger at me.
Her stablemate at the Daily Mail, Piers Morgan, wrote, "I was told not to feel angry today, that it wouldn’t ‘help’ the families of those slaughtered and maimed in Manchester."

Unlike the cowards who want to roll over and play dead, Morgan directed his anger not at a tweet but at the enemy.

From Morgan:
We know this because we all did all that after the attacks in Paris, Nice, Belgium, Westminster and California - and nothing changed.
My message is simple:
Don’t stand for this any more.
Don’t simply sit back and say it won’t break us.
Don’t just assume our values will prevail over theirs.
We defeated the Nazis in World War 2 by taking the attack to them, with every ounce of our fight, fortitude and intelligence.
This is a different enemy that requires different tactics to defeat it.
But when ISIS chose to attack our children last night, they crossed a line that none of us should accept them crossing.
Get angry.
Get very ****ing angry.
Howard Beale may have been a fictional character created for ridicule, but he was right. We should be mad as hell, and we should not take it anymore.

President Trump took that message to Mecca on Sunday. I trust they heard it, and will act accordingly.




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13 comments:

  1. How much would you bet that London and other cities will soon be plastered with posters saying "Keep Calm And Carry On"?

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    1. Sad as it is, it has recently dawned upon me that the only hope of Western European nations now is probably military coups.

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    2. More like "Keep Calm and Don't Become Islamophobic"!
      -Fred

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    3. That poster is so ironic. I found out that it was never actually used in WW2 because British government thought it would be too patronising http://blog.michaelzfreeman.org/keep-calm-and-carry-on-stopping-ritual-abuse/

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  2. If you gave all the people who were in that stadium a launch button that would walk thermonuclear explosions down the entire length of ISIS's territory an hour from now, do you suppose there would be anyone who would push it?

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  3. And they have the British military patrolling on the streets, ready for another immanent attack.

    My question is what would/could they have done to prevent the Manchester attack while walking the streets? Nothing. Looks like action and accomplishes nothing.

    Deport all on the terror watch lists.

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  4. Instead of teddy bears and flowers for the victims they should leave dead Muslims. Britain's slow-rolling Muslim immigration train wreck is eventually going to become a life or death struggle. End it now. - Elric

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  5. This'll happen at a DC Metro platform soon enough, unless the terrorists have realized that as long as the smug overlords don't feel personally threatened, the insanity will proceed apace. So glad I managed to escape that @&$!? city after 28 years. I expect some of my former "friends" to beg for WV lodging after the shit goes down in The Cesspool. No vacancy, y'all, you've been corrupted.

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  6. "Will incite racial violence": http://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/furious-londoners-call-for-police-to-investigate-katie-hopkins-over-tweet-about-whitehall-terror-a3525856.html ... There's already been racial violence against the people in Manchester. So I've felt it. I felt it socially in this country. PC gone mad. Frightened folks unable to articulate their fear and without the tools of knowledge at their disposal. Ignorance. Facts blocked by PC. Looking for "the enemy". In this case me. Stares and cold shoulders when I'm having a day when I'm not on top of this. Stare back and they go away. Remind myself that I'm an OK person and the roving eye of Sauron moves on to another target. But the facts are starting to trickle through the gaps in the pavement. People like Katie Hopkins who know how to handle the heat will encourage many. The British reserve. It may seem like they're silent but they're just waiting for their moment.

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  7. Islamophobia - The rational fear of Moslems. GOC

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  8. Mr. Surber,

    I love your commentary, and I appreciate your blog very much. That said, Barry Goldwater was 150% right for why he voted against the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and most of the decay of this great country that you have been railing against here is rooted directly in that abomination in the face of our founding Constitution.

    I harbor no ill will toward anyone over the color of his skin, but the very concept of "protected class" enshrined in law is abhorrent, and it has metastasized through our institutions like the cancer that it is. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 is what killed the rule of law in this country.

    That ill-advised, magical thinking shortcut to absolution for a shameful history has destroyed millions of lives and condemned generations of Americans to poverty both material and spiritual.

    I can only hope that President Trump can bring this country enough security through prosperity that we can climb out of this tar pit we have been sinking in for over a half century now, thanks to that idiotic piece of legislation.

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