The very first question

The very first question to ask whenever this happens:

… is what colour was he and/or of which terrorist religion?

On the surface, that seems colourist and religionist. There are those who will seize on the text above the screenshot and ignore this text below – these people are being dishonest. I am for small government, against animal cruelty, for protecting women and kids – that is extremist?

But I also know history and know that in every single country, with no exceptions whatsoever, where Islam has got a toehold, violence, rape, murder follows if it is in takeover mode. And it feeds off left-liberalism as the weak link in the society. It always has.

I’ve never been EDL or any of those, a glance at my political compass shows a centre-rightist. Yet Tommy Robinson was correct in everything he said today [vid on Twitter]. And Labour councillors said ‘stop his far right hate preaching’. What do you do with such idiots? Tommy Robinson is a Luton lad who loses it now and then, not physically but verbally. Core issue is – he could put it more diplomatically but he is not wrong.

And both he and I are marked for torture and death, so is anyone in social media who dare oppose this abomination of continued murder and rape.

The solution is simple – anyone who has been urging this murder and rape must be removed by the authorities, not by us, the people. That is the rule of law.

7 comments for “The very first question

  1. John in cheshire
    March 23, 2017 at 7:06 am

    I think you are correct, James, the rule of law is preferable to mob law. The question I have is how do we put in the positions of authority people who will use the law to do what is needed?

  2. mona
    March 23, 2017 at 8:14 am

    Same old claptrap “we will never give in to terrorism” Sorry we already have, the mayor of Londonistan says we must learn to live with it, we are learning to to live with it, we allow Islam to flourish here what else do you expect. try to read books by Bill Warner you may learn about Islam.

  3. March 23, 2017 at 9:40 am


  4. rapscallion
    March 23, 2017 at 10:46 am

    Tommy Robinson is right. His points were made quite clear on Rebel Media. Nothing he says is wrong – he’s just a tad blunt, that’s all. And you know what. that’s probably what people need to hear – the blunt truth.

    We also need action – and I don’t mean tea candles and fluffy bears either!

    • Hereward Unbowed.
      March 23, 2017 at 12:54 pm

      “and I don’t mean tea candles and fluffy bears either!”

      But you know damn well – that’s all we’ll get, remember in the aftermath of 7/7 – bLIAR’s vapid do nothing ‘Prevent’ – it just gave ’em more dosh.

      • mona
        March 23, 2017 at 7:26 pm

        Blair the monster, along with Bush sowed the seeds for this endless horror show remember shock and awe

  5. March 23, 2017 at 6:50 pm

    Yes again.

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