So, up until this point those who find themselves steering the Islamic- Progressive alliance were under the impression that they could operate policies, within which, Islamic terrorists could mount an increasing number of terror attacks on the host society, whilst the guardians of the progressive narrative would deflect responsibility and maintain victim status for Muslims.
This new norm of accepting terror incidents as ‘part and parcel of living in a modern society’ suited both parties in their shared ultimate goal – the destruction of the traditional societal model. However, this model is not to be applied in the case of blowback from the target society.
Like the boiled frog, the domestic population were to be kept inactive by an ideologically subversive narrative and coercively silenced whilst the temperature of the water was slowly increased.
However, there comes a point where some of the frogs slowly being boiled realize what is happening and try to save themselves.
In 1942, British Air Chief Marshall, Arthur ‘Bomber’ Harris referenced a biblical quote (Hosea 8:7) when he made a radio broadcast to announce the RAF’s first thousand bomber raid on Germany.
“The Nazis entered this war under the rather childish delusion that they were going to bomb everybody else, and nobody was going to bomb them. After Rotterdam, London, Warsaw, and half a hundred other places, they have put that rather naive theory into operation. They sowed the wind, and now they are going to reap the whirlwind.”
Up until this one response to now countless Islamic terror attacks across Europe, the permitted response has been to employ hashtags; wash our profile pictures & offer instantly discardable thoughts and prayers.
Now there has been an attack on a group, who had until this point had been dolling out almost relentless violence, that response is suddenly no longer enough. Now we need to ‘crush the poison narrative’; we need sweeping laws to protect Muslims, so that they can continue to ideologically support extremists without interference or fear for their safety.
Today, Julie Lenarz in the relatively sober Telegraph argues that Failing to confront far-right terrorism will only embolden the other barbarians among us. Er, no Julie, confronting and tackling Islamic extremism is where we need to focus our energy. Scores of attacks across Europe, and we need to tackle the mindset behind one response? That is some perverse logic you’re afflicted with there.
There is no attempt to understand why something like this happened; no attempt to disassociate the actions of one from a broader group; no mercy in their words this morning for those they see has holding unacceptable views; views they clearly find more disturbing than the ideology behind the frequency of Islamic terror attacks we are now being asked to accept as ‘normal.’
Meanwhile, in the real world of actions and consequences, as if treating the host society to near relentless terror attacks was ever going to play out well for a group that makes up 5% of the population.
Not all Muslims are extremists or support such actions, but a significant minority believe things that are incompatible with a functioning liberal democracy.
I lived in Finsbury Park for many years. Finsbury Park mosque was notorious a hornet’s nest of extremism & then home to hate preacher, Abu Hamsa before his extradition to the U.S. on terror charges.
It was so infamous, that visiting football fans being escorted to the nearby Arsenal ground of Highbury would shout abuse at the intimidating group who would hold prayers on the pavement under the watchful eye of Hamsa.
Abu Hamsa leading prayers outside Finsbury Park mosque
It’s very hard to feel sory for such people. And Finsbury Park mosque could be considered a high value target. However, the mosque that was attacked was across the street, and so the suspicion is that the attacker confused the two.
London mayor Sadiq Khan & Labour’s Diane Abbott were declaring it a ‘terrorist attack’ within hours; something for which ideological motive needs to be present; something they were both very reluctant to do when the assailants were from the religion of special needs.
The speed with which they have declared intent and aportioned blame to Islamafauxbia should be noted. We would be very interested to know what sort of phobia Islamic terrorist suffer from. Of course, I am being disingenuous, Islamic terrorists are not treated to the same ideological vilification by the left.
None of this should come as any surprise. Once again we see the same alliance – Islam & the left sharing the same narrative; actively targeting any resistence to the now endless orgy of Islamic violence across Europe, and ultimately sharing the same goal: the undermining of structured and functioning Western societies.
‘As the traditions of the nation fade and lose meaning, so does its will to defend itself to survive’
W. August Mayer
Islamic Jihad, Cultural Marxism and the Transformation of the West