Just an opinion but it seems too professional for mine. Given that Them are hellbent on stirring up conflagration in so many theatres and now being called out for it, e.g. the Ukraine at this time and attempting to have the west turn on Muslims in other nations, this just seems another in a long line, including Lee Rigby.
No doubt it was Muslims who did that one but there’s too much Them in this – blind eye turned etc., arresting the wrong people at demos, giving carte blanch to United Advocates of Fascism [UAF] and so on. Also tied in with the near-innocuous having the book thrown at them but real crims let off with a caution.
Whether it was really Muslims or Them pretending to be Muslims or putting weapons in the hands of Muslim nutters – we can’t sort that out in our heads and the info is kept away from the MSM.
Naturally, the left and the UN have come out and said there was nothing Muslim in any of it today and in the light of the first paragraph above, they might be right. Huge manhunt then is pointless if they were employed by the very people ordering the manhunt.
And naturally, the “peaceful Muslims” all claim they weren’t responsible, although precious few condemn it. Nevertheless, I’ve a proposal which would protect these peaceful Muslims from our backlash – immediately deport:
1. All Imams in Britain;
2. Any Muslims from 18 onwards who have attended more than two Muslim demonstrations against Britain;
3. People like Choudray who openly support this murderous bunch. If they were born here, e.g. Galloway, then they can be sent to a far flung dominion and incarcerated there.
Far from being extreme, this would kill the issue in this country henceforth. Then we’d see how peaceful the peaceful Muslims were. At the same time, it protects them from our backlash, as the miscreant group has gone.
This of course raises the constant libertarian issue – should they be free to murder whom they want and would it be a breach of their human “right to murder” to deport these people? Or is it better to be safe than sorry?
I’m sorry but I’m afraid my libertarianism stops short of demanding protection for their right to murder and condone murder by this bunch. The nation has had enough of their whole BS.
Thoughts and prayers with the families of those murdered at Charlie Hebdo today. Julia might have her own thoughts later on the whole issue.