Why are our authorities so craven?

Why are our authorities so craven, why do they and at every turn continue to sell us out, to lie to our faces and to continue to prostrate the nation at the feet of the cult of death?

Why would they do this, cover up the truth, ask yourselves, why do all western European governments but particularly the FRENCH, BRITISH and GERMANS cover up the real truth?

Bataclan…………..

… suppressed by the French government at the time and not released to the media, that the killers in the Bataclan tortured their victims on the second floor of the club.

Police witnesses in Parliament said they vomited when they saw the disfigured bodies.

Wahhabist killers apparently gouged out eyes, castrated victims, and shoved their testicles in their mouths. They may also have disemboweled some poor souls. Women were stabbed in the genitals – and all the torture was, victims told police, filmed for Daesh or Islamic State propaganda. For that reason, medics did not release the bodies of torture victims to the families, investigators said.

Today, the bbc dances, writhes in an ecstasy of self induced utter delusion, in woeful attempts to portray the Tunisian truck driver who killed so many in Nice, as, just another “lone WOLF” and as some ‘criminal known to the authorities but not on the radar of the anti terrorist direktives/agencies’

And what utter hog shit it all is. We are at war, it hasn’t reached Britain yet, something evil this way comes? no, it’s already here and waiting to strike thanks to the UK government, we will be hit and as unprepared as those tourists were on the promenade in Nice. OFF/end quote.

What the hell are disqus and on Breitbart [run by the ‘chosen race’] censoring what can be found all over the blogosphere?

These puny, pathetic surrender monkeys will be the cause and bring on the death of us all.

5 comments for “Why are our authorities so craven?

  1. barnacle bill
    July 16, 2016 at 9:52 am

    I notice that our MSM is pushing the idea that domestic problems, wife leaving him, were at the root of Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel’s murderous outrage.

    Very convenient?

  2. mona
    July 16, 2016 at 4:57 pm

    The real reason is that they are scared shitless of Muslims who would behead any one them if the wrong word used was seen to insult the Prophet, My view of God, Heaven etc is that it is the ultimate pinnacle of the creative, imaginative human mind, including time travel, laws of physics don’t apply to religion, the great cop-out.

  3. Mudplugger
    July 16, 2016 at 5:40 pm

    Our authorities are so craven because they are carrying the millstone of our own state-sponsored religion, one which has had its own embarrassing eras of inexcuseable violence, so to be too harsh on one currently going through its own ‘blood-phase’ could be flagged as hypocrisy.

    The answer is for complete disestablishment of the Church of England, unpicking its tentacles from all aspects of UK life, such as the crowning of monarchs, operation of state schools, facility to certify marriages etc. A marriage should be an entirely civil function, if the participants then wish to involve some additional sky-pixie rite, that’s up to them, but the imaginary pixie’s agent shouldn’t be officially certifying it.

    Once free of all that hypocrisy, our authorities would be able to take an objective position on all issues which threaten the security of the state/citizens and, if that requires any Draconian measures of exclusion, expulsion or detention as defined by the law at the time, then they may be surprised how popular that could prove to be at election time.

    • Henry Kaye
      July 16, 2016 at 10:13 pm

      I don’t think we are far apart on this. Certainly the Church of England has a history that is often incompatible with its supposed teachings but I do think that out of it all has come a moral philosophy that is as good a set of rules for living as mankind has yet devised. I am not a religious man but I am told that some people need a belief of some kind and I’m not sure how they would cope without that straw to grasp. In any event if the Church were to be disestablished it would be necessary to enact a set of rules, a morality that people felt bound to accept in order for civilisation as we understand it, to prevail.

      • Mudplugger
        July 17, 2016 at 9:07 am

        We already have a set of rules, it’s called ‘The Law’ and it’s a rule-set of which we have control through our elected representatives (or we will have again, once Brexit is complete). It does not depend on flexible interpretation by random religious leaders with their own agendas to pursue.
        As the Law is increasingly moving into areas of morality, rather than simple criminality, then the vehicle already exists to replace the ‘Ten Commandments’, or any other sects’ variants, with more dynamic guidance to reflect the shifting nuances of modern UK life.

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