Devout Muslim Khalid Masood kills in the name of #Islam. Met Police ‘We may never know what motivated him’.
The mind boggles.
Only in the UK would a Jihad attack happen and the media consensus is that the motive will never be known.
“They may never find out his motive”. It will always be a big fat mystery with Islam and jihad written all over it.–Pat Condell
“I want some blood, I want some f****** blood. I want to kill someone.”
Westminster attacker told friend of desire to kill people
Khalid Masood spoke of dreaming about blood and killing someone – 17 years before murdering four innocent victims in London.
“…he was a disenfranchised youth….” (the SOB was 52!)… and no one knew him, no one ever saw him at the mosque, no one has a clue…..
Amid reports that Khalid Masood had worshipped at the mosque in recent years, a member of its management, who declined to give his name, said: “We don’t know anything about this person. If he ever attended, from the name we don’t know him. The images of him aren’t clear enough for us to know if he ever attended the mosque.” …
… “The problem is disenfranchised youths – they are the ones who can be manipulated. They want a sense of belonging. They feel they don’t belong in the UK even though they were born here. They feel rejected by their country and that they have nowhere to go. It’s not an Islamic thing. It’s about feeling ostracised.” …
Schools should be a safe space from Islam
Every kind of resistance to the spread of Islam is “racist”, its just part of the grand plan to destroy any opposition to the Islamic expansion project.
Malcolm Turnbull reacted to the London attack with quasi-statesmanlike, firmly-worded defiance. In short, “the terrorists want to divide us, but we are not going to change the way we live”!
Is that because we are *not* divided, Mr Turnbull? Does your logic imply that although at risk of being divided by those nasty terrorists, we remain, to use a term you will never use because your cast-out predecessor thought of it, “Team Australia”?
But we *are* divided. And you are responsible for a good deal of that division. You are reinforcing the line between those who want to live in fantasy land like dumbed-down dhimmis, and those who are holding fast to recognising reality and insisting on maintaining our right to free speech, to operate from the rules of rationality, and to respect, honour and preserve the principles we have inherited as Australians. And yet another line between all of us and those fanatics you pander to who grow more confident every day.
Your disgraceful Ramadan dinner, where you toadied to radical Islamic headbangers, your refusal to address the insane financial gifts stolen from taxpayers and given to Islamic schools, hard-line Islamic organisations, mosques (“deradicalisation programmes” which do the opposite), halal certifiers, and so on, your lies and absurd declarations, your insulting tone when you speak to us as if we are complete fools or racists or both: all these divide us more than any terror attack divides us.
On the other hand, I am okay with us being divided by terrorists if it means I see myself as completely at odds with their co-religionists who appear harmless but worship a god who promotes terrorism. You want me to feel “unity” with such people?
This talk about being divided needs to go further. Politicians tell us that the terrorists want to divide us, and they leave it at that. What is the purpose of this division? It is always left unsaid. What is the purpose of the politicians’ division of us? To my understanding, terrorism has the goal of imposing submission to sharia. Politicians like Turnbull appear to have the same goal: they want us to respectfully submit, to hand over the jizya, to praise where praise is not due (indeed, to praise straight after a terror attack; Islam is a “great faith”, as Theresa May said), to keep quiet when we should be critical and noisy, to accept more Muslims, more Islam, more financial strain, less freedom.
If the terrorists want to divide us, so do you, Mr Turnbull. And I am all for it after all. Bring it on…let’s sort the wheat from the chaff. Saying we refuse to submit to terrorists should mean something, not just pretending we are not submitting.
“Carry on as usual and pretend nothing is changing” is not a message of unity. It is a message of cowardice which should be met with anger. Cowardly liars should not be leaders, and we are being rightly divided into people who accept such leaders and those who don’t.