I’ve tried tackling this issue already and the only successful effort I could manage was here. My main feelings are still those of powerlessness and depression; and there is little to be said that hasn’t already been, but no amount of political platitudes, pink balloons, playlists, hashtag prayers or I ♥ MCR from people who have never set foot in the place, will make a sod of difference. This weekend there will be a slebfest love-in which will do nothing to address the causes of the slaughter that it supposedly sets out to remember; an act of mass-murder by a Muslim misogynist at an event popular with young girls, a step further than the rape of thousands of girls by ‘grooming’ gangs in Rochdale and numerous other towns. Britain’s Feminist Establishment has continued to deny the motivation for the murders as it has about the rapes.
Meanwhile, the government will clamp down not on the murderous Islamic ideology, but on ‘Islamophobic’ criticism of it. But there is more to it of course, as John Pilger has highlighted. Britain’s security services have a long track record of being hand in glove with Islamic terrorism, allowing these terrorists to be given free rein when useful. The SAS helped to train the Islamic Mujahadeen in Afghanistan; Saudi Arabia has long been one of the main customers of the British weapons industry and earlier this year Theresa May agreed a ‘defence’ deal with Turkey’s Islamist president. If you want more evidence of how Islam and its inherent intolerance to non-believers is permeating our society, you don’t need to see the idiots protesting about cartoons. Follow the money and see how many businesses are owned or sponsored by the Islamic Absolute Monarchies of the United Arab Emirates, including the cricket ground where that slebfest will take place.