And why are you ‘shocked’?

So what did you bloody expect? You allowed huge numbers of Muslims, adherents of a violent religion, believers in the power of their f@@cking bastardised religion, to flock to Western countries, without any attempt to bring them to Western values.

You give them freedom to challenge our Law, to subvert and to pervert the values which have sustained our civilisations, you allow the preachers of hate to prosper, to send their filthy ideals into the minds of more receptive muslims, you challenge anyone who states the clear truth, that the Muslim invasion is nothing more than the first tendrils of the onslaught which has been viewed in the bloody chaos of Paris yesterday evening.

You bring the killers in, you allow the festering hordes to plot, to arm and to plan; they do exactly what they promise, and then; you express ‘Shock and Horror’ as the injured lie bleeding, the sirens caterwaul, and the dead lie slumped amongst the carnage, the blood, and the empty AK47 cartridges as they lie scattered as they fell from the automatic rifles, wielded by the fanatics who were welcomed in by the POLITICIANS who are now strangely silent.

Shock? Those who facilitated this invasion of Fifth Columnists should be stood alongside the killers who deserved the death which they sought so violently!

One , and only one comment, upon the BBC’s output, commentary, news etc on the murderous assault in Paris. We heard lots of condemnation of ‘extremism’, of ‘terrorist’, of the possibilities of Islamic State involvement; but apart from a translation of a French survivor, who said, “they shouted ‘Allahu-Akhbar’ which translates as ‘allah is great’; nowhere, not once, was the only word which really counts was spoken:-

MUSLIM

3 comments for “And why are you ‘shocked’?

  1. Errol
    November 14, 2015 at 8:58 am

    Yes, this was perpetuated by Muslims. However, it was also perpetuated by disaffected, angry young men.

    Where we’ve gone wrong is in pandering to them and you raise the basic problem: the BBC is refusing to say ‘Muslim terrorists/gunmen’ because it cannot bring itself to not tow the politically correct party line. In that, it is a problem.

    I do object to the article though – typing in bold is considered bad form. The colours I don’t understand, as usually these should indicate a link and they don’t. Please stick to standards. It really helps clarity.

  2. November 14, 2015 at 10:08 am

    Speaking only on the use of bold face in the type, it does skew the screen on some devices, rendering it unreadable and is now in normal type. None of the text has been touched.

    As for comment, naturally there’ll be a few threads today on this topic most like – that’s what it’s all about – the freedom to say what one means.

  3. Henry Kaye
    November 14, 2015 at 3:18 pm

    Until I hear our Muslim population crying out in anguish at the atrocities committed by the monsters who claim Islam as their religion, I will continue to declare my hatred of that socz\lled religion and demand that my country is freed of its followers.

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