Monday, 25 July 2011

If you rob people of their identity...all they are left with is nationalism and violence

This is the third time I’ve tried to write a blog post regarding the atrocity in Norway. It isn’t easy because, if I’m completely honest, I cannot understand why it didn’t happen sooner.

The internet is alive with Europeans spouting the same fears of Islamisation invading the West. The English Defence League was founded on fears of Islamisation, choosing to march instead of picking up arms, but the sentiment is still there.

The left cast aside the cultures of the indigenous without imposing the same values on the new arrivals, and were simply too scared of faux vilification to mention that the values of Islam are incompatible with modern Western democracies.

We were warned on numerous occasions. From Jack Straw spilling the beans on raping Muslims to John Ried, the then Home Secretary being told to get out of a Muslim Area in the UK. The public was concerned and in return, was told it was racist, xenophobic, Islamaphobic, bigoted.

Remember Brown being forced to apologise and losing the election because he deemed the genuine concerns of a citizen to be nothing but the rantings of a “bigoted woman”?

The left will scream at the right, the BBC have already accused Anders B of being a Libertarian (nothing could be further from the truth) and panic levels will rise that a new Nationalist White Supremacy Army is on the rise. Measures and restrictions will be brought in to put the lid back on Pandoras box and proclamations of “all is well, he was a lone nutter” will ring out. Meanwhile, the serving of Halal meat to UK school children will continue, mothers will continue to send their 13 year old daughters back to Pakistan to marry their cousins and radical Islam will continue to spread as we pointlessly bomb their children back into the stone age in Afghanistan.

I’m not a nationalist, I don’t do flag waving or sing the national anthem. I’m happy for people to live their lives as they see fit as long as they do not adversely affect the lives of others. Anders B believed, rightly or wrongly, that the lives of his countrymen was being negatively affected by the refusal of Politicians to address his fears. In his eyes, he is a Christian Martyr, and will happily play his role. No different to the swivel eyed Islamoloon that will fly an aircraft into a building to preserve his way of life or stop the ever encroaching West from adversely affecting his fellow countrymen.

The most interesting, and perhaps telling event in the whole saga is that Anders B did not attack Muslims. He didn’t wander through the new Muslim ghettos of Oslo created by Politicians spraying the burqa clad masses with machine gun fire. He decided another generation of Politicians would not be allowed to do the same and chillingly executed those he suspected of selling “his country” to more of the same in the next 40 years.

The next time the people call our Politicians traitors, it might be wise of them to listen a little harder before simply dismissing them as “bigots”.

The Mayor of Oslo has bravely declared that he will fight this attack with “more democracy, more transparency”. Perhaps if a little more democracy had been in place, last Fridays dreadful events would never have taken place.

I quote Nigel Farage.

"If you rob people of their identity...all they are left with is nationalism and violence"

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