This is Part 2, please read Part 1 here.


So why have successive governments not only allowed wave after wave of immigration to take place into our country over the last one hundred years AND at the same time insisted that there’s no necessity for the newcomers to learn our language and to participate fully in our culture? Instead of this, they’ve knowingly created ghettos across the UK which bear no resemblance in language, culture or identity to those of the United Kingdom, whose young men and women feel no sense of duty or allegiance to the country that has educated them, fed them, housed them and allowed them to practice their own faith without let or hindrance.

We don’t have multiculturalism in the UK and because of this failing by Government, we never did.  We have become a nation of monocultures.  And monocultures which far from peacefully co-existing side-by-side are growing ever more hateful of each other.  We’ve been here before.  We’ve seen this before.  And the backlash cannot be far away.

Put yourself in the mind of somebody that lost someone in one of the three most recent attacks.  What do you think they are seeing?  The police and MI5 hunting for the supporters of the murderers and trying to prevent future attacks?  Yes.  Certainly.  But also they’re seeing London’s Mayor pronouncing that such outrages are merely ‘part and parcel of living in a modern city’, Manchester’s Mayor claiming that the Manchester Arena bombing was ‘not the work of a Muslim’, when it clearly and undeniably was – If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, take it from me – It’s a duck.  They see police deployed to guard mosques and announcing that they’re making good progress on tracking down the perpetrators of ‘islamophobic hate crime’ on social media.  They see Jihadists allowed back into the UK and allowed to freely walk our streets whilst non-Muslims are jailed for throwing bacon at mosques (and in the case of Kevin Crehan), subsequently dying in jail.  Meanwhile the Al Quds March goes ahead in London, on the 18th June.  Previous Al Quds Day marches have seen displays of support for Hezbollah, an illegal, proscribed, anti-Semitic terrorist organisation and is an annual day chosen by the late Ayatollah Khomeini to call for Israel to be destroyed.

Viz:  “The Quds Day is not merely a strategic solution for the Palestinian problem, …. any freedom lover and justice seeker in the world must do its best for the annihilation of the Zionist regime.”

We are rapidly approaching a three-pronged fork in the road.  And we, as Britons and our ruling political elite, with the experience of the ‘Troubles’ in Northern Ireland should know this better than most.   Firstly, we just carry on as we are.  Our security services do their best to suppress terrorism carried out by radical Muslims and we accept the fact that every now and again an attack will get through and more of our innocent civilians and guests from other countries will be killed and maimed.  Secondly, we give in to the demands of the terrorists and submit to Islam once and for all thus, at least on the surface, removing the source of the problem (although the example of other Muslim countries would not appear to bear that argument out).  Thirdly we finally wake up to the snake in our midst and take firm and radical actions to deal with it, including internment of the most dangerous individuals.

By any measure, options 1 and 2 are totally unacceptable so therefore we must take option 3.  Because, and this is the reason I refer to the lessons of Northern Ireland, the people of this country will not live like this indefinitely.  Just as the Loyalist groups arose in Northern Ireland, driven to do so by the actions of the IRA so, inevitably, their equivalents will arise here in mainland Britain intent on revenge for the murders perpetrated on our own citizenry.  And all the ‘Islamophobia arrests’ and mosque guarding in the world, won’t stop them.

The next major atrocity may not be the slaughter of innocent civilians and tourists in a London market but the bombing of a major mosque during Friday prayers.  We live in a tolerant and freedom-loving society but unless some of those freedoms, such as the freedom to terrorise people are withdrawn, and withdrawn now, the Islamic Troubles will make the Northern Ireland ones look like nothing more than a playground brawl.

As George Santayana famously said,, ““Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it”.  This is one history lesson that Theresa May and her Government, no matter how weakened by the Snap Election folly and its consequences, cannot afford to ignore.



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