We are angry. Angrier than ever before. Every single loss of life through terrorism is barbaric but there’s something uniquely grotesque about targeting a music concert full of children and teenagers.
But our anger isn’t constrained to these Islamic “losers” as President Trump aptly labelled them. No, our deep-seated outrage is reserved, as yours should be too, for the traitorous political class and liberal elite which is systematically, piece by piece, dismantling this country before our very eyes.
The post-terrorism culture in the West has become one of apathy, denial and empty, meaningless platitudes. Hell, when even the Mayor of London declares terrorism is “part and parcel” of living in a big city, is it any wonder?
We are all well rehearsed to the process by now. Firstly a hashtag is created, then temporary Facebook profile photos are set, condolences flood in from world leaders, a Government COBRA meeting is held, the terror threat level is considered, world monuments are illuminated, candles are lit and vigils are staged with banners declaring #RefugeesWelcome. All this ‘happens’, but what ACTUALLY happens to prevent further bloodshed? Nothing. Absolutely nothing. The post-terrorism virtue signalling is complete within a working week and the atrocity is largely forgotten about until it happens again, and again, and again.
In the midst of this monotonous process, we are told how to think, how to grieve and how to react. Any attempts to highlight the one, common denominator between these attacks on our very way of life are jumped upon by liberals and their friends in the authorities – decrying “hate speech” with far more venom than the attacks themselves are ever condemned. Meanwhile, while so-called right-wing “hate speech” is investigated by police, significant numbers of leftists are given free rein on social media to wish death, cancer and assassination on dissenters. They are blind to the fact that they are the problem, not the solution.
We are bombarded with flaccid slogans and catchy soundbites. Things such as “it’s business as usual”, “love will prosper over hate”, “show strength in our diversity”, “there’s more in common than what divides us” and “our values will survive” are broadcast far and wide across mainstream media. Prime Minister Theresa May, with a particularly steely look about her, declares defiantly: “The terrorists won’t win.”
She even sounds like she believes it. Yet, when you examine that statement, it becomes as hollow as a politician’s manifesto pledge. Every single time a life is lost through terrorism, the terrorists have won. The longevity of human life is short at its fullest and to have it taken away in such devastating circumstances blows apart whole families and communities. Lives are ruined forever. It might seem like business as usual for politicians but the reality is anything but for many of the people involved.
And of course the other reason terrorists have won is because we have created an optimal breeding ground for further attacks through this complicity shown by the global order which controls us. They have won because where liberals see faux-strength, Islamic militants see weakness, subservience and a shameful reluctance to act. They know, as do we, that no meaningful action will be taken unless the people rise up and demand change.
Before we get accused of inciting hate, meaningful action simply means protecting the nation state, halting mass, uncontrolled immigration, declaring war on the suicide that is political correctness and ending the dangerous multiculturalism experiment which has been thrust upon our communities despite its persistent failure.
We are told now is not the time to exploit a tragedy for political gain. But if you can’t criticise an ideology after something as sick and inhumane as the Manchester concert bombing then when can you? The reality, according to the liberal worldview, is there’s never a right time. It is simply another tactic used to silence people by individuals too afraid to confront the truth staring us in the face.
We wholeheartedly refute and condemn the empty platitudes which say the terrorists won’t win. They will win, and are winning, while the liberal elite have their way. This is what we unquestionably have to weaken – their grip on society – and we reserve the right to stay incandescent with rage until such a day comes forth. Our innocent children, of all creeds and colour, deserve better.
Standing up for those without a voice in Britain