How many people have to die before a the Kumbaya crowd says, ‘Enough’?
Sometimes in conversations with Leftists about how to deal with Islamic Terror, I feel like Dr. Phil.
Have you ever felt that way when they say, ‘You can’t generalize like that! It’s so racist! We can’t change our way of life or our tolerance for every culture despite how barbaric they really are!’
1. I’m not seeing many Baptists strapping a bomb on themselves and heading to the mall to take out the perfume ladies at the J.C. Penny
2. Islam isn’t a race. Screaming ‘racism’ is just a way to end an argument that you don’t actually have facts to support
And uh, by the way…
Make no mistake, this was an attack on women, some very young. So young that they had to be accompanied by their parents.
And an attack on gay men, too.
Because that is predominantly the Ariana Grande audience.
Breitbart London Editor-In-Chief, Raheem Kassam wrote an astute article on an actual ‘war on women’:
Last night, another 22 people died, and at least another 60 have been injured at a former Disney star’s concert in Manchester, England.
The targeting of an audience predominantly comprised of young girls should haunt even the most callous of cynics, and the most relativist of liberals. But it won’t.
Already we have witnessed large news sites demanding Britain refuse to change its approach to terrorism and extremism. Just keep sucking it up. Keep watching your friends and family die. After all, according to London’s mayor, terrorism is “part and parcel” of everyday urban life, right?
Speaking of London’s mayor, Sadiq Khan, he tweeted out support for Manchester:
London stands with Manchester – our thoughts are with all those killed and injured tonight and our brave emergency services. https://t.co/0al1LzXvXE
— Sadiq Khan (@SadiqKhan) May 22, 2017
But he did say that terrorism is just part of living in a big city, so we should just get used to it.
Maybe Liberals can do that, but I don’t want to get used to this: (photo taken at the site of the Manchester attack)
Here’s a sick example of how the cold the Left can be:
But it’s the Right fighting for the pre-born that’s ‘anti-woman’. Not wanting my tax dollars to kill babies or pay for someone else’s birth control is a ‘war on women’. The Right are the heartless bastards, really? Gimme a break!
Oh, and Look! Here’s a large news site doing just what Kassam predicted:
— The Independent (@Independent) May 23, 2017
As Dr. Phil would say, ‘How’s that working out for you?’
Not so well, says Kassam.
Europe, the United Kingdom, and Russia have witnessed terror attacks or attempted attacks every nine days in 2017 on average, analysis of security incidents has revealed.
Since January, around 45 people have been killed by mostly Islamic terrorists, while hundreds have been injured. The only known incident not linked to jihadism in 2017 was the attack on the Borussia Dortmund soccer team by a Russian-German national attempting to profit from short-selling stock in the company.
Attacks and attempted attacks have taken place in Austria, France, the United Kingdom, Belgium, Italy, Russia, Sweden, Norway, and Germany.
Read more: Breitbart
One attack every nine days.
The British ‘stiff upper lip’ isn’t working so well.
Time to try something new.
Kassam suggests that the Brits ditch the ‘Keep Calm and Carry On’ mantra and adopt a new one.
“Hope has two beautiful daughters. Their names are anger and courage; anger at the way things are, and courage to see that they do not remain the way they are.”
Here is Kassam’s tweet crediting St. Augustine of Hippo for the new mantra:
— Raheem ?? (@RaheemKassam) May 23, 2017
So, to recap:
– ISIS attacked little girls, teens, young families and gays
– Liberals will keep saying, ‘not all Muslims’ and say we should keep the status quo
– The status quo has given Europe 1 attack every 9 days in 2017 (on average)
– ‘Keep Calm and Carry On’ needs to be ditched for ‘Anger and Courage’
– the Muslim Editor-in-Chief of (allegedly-racist) Breitbart London finds inspiration in a quote from St. Augustine of Hippo
– I’m seriously getting that St. Augustine quote printed on a shirt!
Kassam’s final words are powerful:
And while the political left hurls accusations of a “war on women” at the right, for refusing to accept taxpayer subsidy of contraception or abortion, the real war on women is taking place in British towns and cities, conducted by fellow travellers of the high chiefs of multiculturalism.
We must protect our beautiful daughters with the beautiful daughters of St. Augustine: courage, and anger.
Anyone who cannot agree to this basic statement should find no support in public life.