It’s coming to something when you hear more truth from the lips of a blood soaked, jihadist murderer than the prime minister of Britain.
These days you don’t need to be a Bernstein or a Woodward to expose government mendacity. You don’t need to arrange clandestine meetings in underground car parks. You don’t even need your very own “Deep Throat’. These days simply turning on the TV is enough to expose the greatest scandal of the day.
In his widely lauded speech in Downing Street on the Woolwich terror attack Cameron starts with:
“The people who did this were trying to divide us. They should know, something like this will only bring us together and make us stronger.”
Crack me up. Â Camoron must be the last man in Britain who doesn’t know that the world is divided in two camps:
So we are united as a community against “violent extremism”, are we? If this is the case I am confused as to why our country’s soldiers are banned from wearing their own country’s uniform on the streets of the country they defend. How could their uniform offend anybody in our united British community?
Why is it that even carrying our united community’s flag, the Union Jack, is an arrestable offence, as a pregnant womanÂ discovered
Â on the streets ofÂ Oldham a couple of days ago? And why do many members of our community react to their country’s flag like a bull to a red rag?
As he went on in his grave statesmanlike tones, Cameron wanted to make a couple of things absolutely clear. The first is:
“This country will be absolutely resolute in its stand against violent extremism and terror. We will never give in to terror or terrorism in any of its forms.”
Now this statement dealing as it does with future intent, cannot strictly speaking be called a lie.
But in the context of the decades long appeasement of Islamists in “Londonistan”’. In the context of our negotiations with and concessions to the Islamists in Iraq and Afghanistan. And in the context of our surrender to terrorists in Northern Ireland and the subsequent release of hundreds of terrorist murderers onto the streets, perhaps we shouldn’t place too much reliance on our leader’s steely resolve in this regard.
Cameron’s second point tragically reveals that Lee Rigby wasn’t the only victim of the jihadi murderers:
“This was not just an attack on Britain and the British way of life. It was also a betrayal of Islam and the Muslim communities who give so much to our country.”
This is pure multicultural fantasy. Killing infidels has been central to Islam since the model for all men, the prophet Mohammad himself, oversaw theÂ beheading of hundreds of Jewish captives.
In Pakistan (literal translation “Land of the Pure”) in aÂ recent survey
Â 83% supported the stoning of an adulterers and 78% thought apostates should be executed.
But perhaps we shouldn’t go looking for real Islam in a country whose soleÂ raison d’etreÂ is the Islamic religion and which is our largest source of Muslim immigrants. What about our own Muslim population?
Well a Guardian/ICM poll found that 61% wanted Sharia Law in Britain and 1 in 3 Muslims under 25 thought that apostates should be killed.
This might be considered progress over the Pakistani levels if it wasn’t for the fact that less than 20% of their parents’ generation agreed with them. So, far from assimilating with us, our Muslim population are rediscovering real Islam.
As for Cameron’s point about the special Muslim contribution to Britain, he may be on to something. There’s the three times overrepresentation of Muslims in our prisons, for example. Not as a result of racism I might add as Hindus are greatly underrepresented, yet indistinguishable from Pakistanis to your average racist bigot. Then there’s the 100,000 unpunished cases of female genital mutilation reported by theÂ Sunday TimesÂ last year. And the ten times overrepresentation of Pakistani heritage parents in the child deformity statistics on account of their insistence on marrying first cousins. And who could forget the Muslim entrepreneurs who have raised gang rape and child prostitution almost to an art form. And last but not least there should be an honourable mention of the vigour with which Muslim men keep the gentler sex in line.
In fact, Cameron’s assertion about the true nature of Islam is just about the best example you will ever find of Hitler’s dictum that: “The great mass of the people will more easily fall victim to a big lie than a small one.”
Later in concluding his thoughts on the meme that Islam is itself the greatest victim, Cameron even appears to dare anybody to disagree with him:
“It is an utter perversion of the truth to pretend anything different!”
By contrast, when the literally blood-soaked Woolwich jihadi said, “We are forced by the Koran [to behead infidels on a London street]”, repellant murderer though he was, he was at least telling theÂ truth.
If only David Cameron were as honest.
~ ITEM: Russell Taylor –Â In praise of defying the status quo
~ ITEM: Tommy RobinsonÂ straightens out a hostile BBC
~ ITEM:Â Whatever you may think of Nick GriffinÂ and the BNP, you have to give him this one
~ ITEM:Â Pamela Geller laughs out loudÂ in response to media’s coverage of jihadi attack
~ THE UK ESTABLISHMENTÂ is a jealous, greedy, vicious force protecting the “political middle ground” and castigating all other comers as evil lunatics of evil. The power, the trough, the societal control must remain in their hands, no matter how big the lie, or serious the challenge from reality.
This has an effect, and explains some stuff. First, it marginalizes any and all individual concern or group consensus which does not uphold the holy doctrines of diversity, immigration, Greenism, abortion, EUtopia, and so much more, as promoted by the modern UK nanny-state, and the kleptocrats in Brussels running the bankrupt bizarrely politicaly correct European Dictatorship. Second, this narrow definition of “True Britishness” means that anybody else saying things outside the narrative is not just wrong, but unBritish, and evil.
UKiP? BNP? EDL? Never mind if they have points which any wise politician might adopt, and thereby (i) defuse societal and political pressures in British society, and (ii) steal their thunder by doing sensible things, people in fact have a right to say and do stuff, even if they are wrong, or out of the mainstream, or perhaps aware of the real problems in modern British society that don’t fit the mainstream permitted thoughts and words.
Thus, the BBC acts as the media-attack-dog; the cowardly British police forces (hobbled at all points by insane multiculturalism and deference to ‘Diversity) busts EDL heads, and yet stands by as Muslim gangs do the same to the EDL (or rush to protect ranting Islamists in their homes); the political classes– seemingly terrified of telling the truth, yet alone acting on it– keep repeating the same utter madness and platitudes, as the pot boils over.
Aid, Abet, Pander
The British Establishment has aided and abetted much evil in the past, and in the matter of Jihad, sharia-zones, child marriage, female genital mutilation, and all the other tentacles of Islam entangling modern Britian, that same establishment is aiding and abetting the enemies of freedom; of liberty under law; of equality for all British people, aside from religion or political position; of people happy to exploit the welfare system whilst creating chaos and terror in British society.
Peace at any price versus shariaÂ uber alles?.. but remember, non-establishment poilitical and protest groups (and people on Twitter) are theÂ realÂ problem in the UK, 2013. Yeah, right. ~