May 23, 2017
Manchester Girls Slaughtered
The politicians now have hundreds of troops protecting them while telling the rest of us to Keep Calm, Stay 'United' and Carry On. But who is going to protect OUR kids from the terror THEY let in? Katie Hopkins
transcribed from SteynPost#16
...As the reaction to these events drifts into the formulaic, and they want it to be formulaic. They want you to get used to it. They want you to switch on the news and say "What is it tonight? Oh look, it's Orlando...no wait, Boston...no wait, Nice...no, Berlin....no, Brussels...no, Manchester." And then, you adopt the supportive hashtag, and you change your Twitter avatar, and after a couple of days, you've forgotten until the next city gets blown up. That's the policy. That actually is the policy of the Western world. The French Prime Minister, the Mayor of London say that these events are just now part of what it means to live in a big city. Well, it didn't used to be. Twenty or thirty years ago, they weren't part of what it meant to be living in a big city. This is not a problem that is native to Nice, or to Brussels, or to Manchester. It's a problem that's imported to Western cities. And those Western cities that did not import the problem, for example, Warsaw, or Bucharest, or Tokyo. First world cities don't have that problem; They did not import that problem.
Everything is changing. The reason why this guy was able to pull off what he did is because there is now security to get into concerts; To get into sporting events; To get in anywhere...I mean, if you go into a French shopping mall, they search your bag to make sure you've just got clothes and groceries in there. So there's more and more security lines and these guys have figured out you don't even need to get through into the safe zone, you just wait outside the security perimeter because that is where the people are. The old line about, "Why do you rob banks?", "Because that's where the money is." Well, why do you wait outside the security perimeter, outside the safe zone? Because that's where the people are, lining up in the hundreds. And that's why, as I predicted, I'm sad to say, in a column for McCleans in 2007, 2008 something like that....We've seen even the dumbest Jihadists conclude that the easiest place to blow people up is outside the security lines and this has happened at Brussels airport, Istanbul airport, and I think it was Ft. Lauderdale in Florida, and now, outside the secure zone at the Ariana Grande concert. What are you going to do? No matter how far out you move the security perimeter, eventually it stops, and that's where the people line up to get in, or a bottleneck to get out, and that's where the bomber is waiting for you. And we now live in this absurd world where everything has to have a security perimeter. This didn't happen in the IRA days. In the IRA days, you could still go to pop concerts and sporting events with ease. Now, everything's got to have a security perimeter. Now, every little pedestrian arcade has to have these ugly bollards blocking everything off. So, we can't carry on. Everything is changing. The one thing that might make a difference, such as moving the security perimeter to the national border, which would seem like an obvious place for security perimeters, is the one thing politicians, mainstream politicians across the Western world will not consider. Mark Steyn
excerpted from steynonline.com
Poland and Hungary and Slovakia do not have Islamic terrorism because they have very little Islam. France and Germany and Belgium admit more and more Islam,
and thus more and more terrorism. Yet the subject of immigration has been all but entirely absent from the current UK election campaign. Thirty years ago, in the interests of
stopping IRA terrorism, the British state was not above preventing the internal movement within its borders of unconvicted, uncharged, unarrested Republican sympathizers
seeking to take a ferry from Belfast to Liverpool. Today it declares it can do nothing to prevent the movement of large numbers of the Muslim world from thousands of miles away
to the heart of the United Kingdom. It's just a fact of life - like being blown up when you go to a pop concert.
All of us have gotten things wrong since 9/11. But few of us have gotten things as disastrously wrong as May and Merkel and Hollande and an entire generation of European political leaders
who insist that remorseless incremental Islamization is both unstoppable and manageable. It is neither - and, for the sake of the dead of last night's carnage and for those of the next one,
it is necessary to face that honestly. Mark Steyn
Terror on the rise: "6.6 Million Refugees Are Trying to Get into Europe"...I'll take a wild guess that most of them are males of military age.
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