Take a good look and let’s nail this fucker
Seems to my week for getting wound up! I was going to write a piece about Charlottesville, but events overnight in Barcelona have pushed that onto the back burner.
More innocent people slaughtered and maimed, and what’s the response? The politicians wheel out their usual “We’ll all stand united” and “We will never give in to terrorism” bollocks. But what is the tangible, physical response?
Well, the French lost a few citizens, so we’ll turn the lights off on the Eifel Tower. That’ll show ’em we mean business!
The Spanish decide to declare three days of national mourning and hold a minutes silence. That’ll put the wind up IS!
The Moslem community, led by our very own London Mayor, Sad-dick Can’t, trots out the usual not all Moslems are bad people diatribe!
Well, what should we do? For a start we could stop picking the bastards up from out of the Med and bringing them to Europe. How about we pick them out of the boats, sink the fuckers, and dump the migrants back on a beach in Libya.
How about sealing the border with Turkey? How about stopping free movement for illegal migrants and sticking up a ‘great big beautiful wall’? How about bombing the fuck out of Islamic State? How about not letting people who join IS to fight back into the country by renouncing their citizenship? How about not being afraid to do anything in case it upsets the politically correct lovers of ethnic minorities?
But above all, how about stopping spouting bullshit and actually taking some action? What the fuck is the matter with this current generation? They’re in the middle of a terrorist attack and instead of running for their lives, the dumb fuckers are taking pictures of injured people on their phones!!! How sick is that? FFS, snowflakes, get real and do something!
And I don’t mean starting a fucking hashtag…
On the 19th January 2010, I started this blog with a post about the earthquake in Haiti and how the first people out of the country when the airport reopened were a group of American religious hypocrites who, when God called to them to help the afflicted, couldn’t run away fast enough back to their nice comfortable safe havens in the good ol’ U. S. of A.
On Monday night a religious lunatic blew himself and loads of helpless civilians – mainly children – to bits in Manchester at an Ariana Grande concert. But – as the old show business saying goes – “The show must go on”.
Except that it isn’t.
This is, after all, the snowflake generation. They don’t display a stiff upper lip and carry on regardless. They griefjack and run away and hide. My grief is bigger than your grief. Let’s hold a vigil and read poetry because that’ll show the murdering bastards just how strong and united we are. That’ll frighten them into stopping…
So what does the snowflake ‘superstar’ do in the wake of this atrocity? Posts about how broken she is, cancels her tour, and buggers off back to her nice comfortable safe haven in the good ol’ U.S. of A.
Sound familiar? 7 years on and the ‘leaders of the free world’ are still showing us the way by buggering off and feeling sorry for themselves.
What she should be doing is saying loudly and strongly “Fuck you! I defy you! I’ll set an example! The show must go on!” But that’s not the way for the snowflake generation is it?
Still, I’ll bet her album is number one by the weekend. That’ll show ISIS we won’t be cowed…
So former IRA commander Martin McGuiness has popped his clogs. Personally, I’m with Norman Tebbitt on this one…
He told ITV’s Good Morning Britain fronted by Piers Morgan : “I’m just pleased that the world is a sweeter and cleaner place now. It’s not merely these creatures [the Brighton bombers] crippled my wife, but they also murdered five of my friends.”
Norman is a neighbour of mine. I see him regularly in Waitrose doing his shopping. I have always been impressed by the forthright way he expresses his views. He talks a lot of sense and says things that others shy away from. He’s an honest and straightforward man.
I confess to my own strong views on the IRA London bombing campaign, having nearly been caught 3 times by the bastards. I used to work in Westminster Bridge Road. I came to work one morning to find my office covered in glass and the window blown out when they bombed the Central Office of Information which backed onto our building. They bombed High Holborn tube station under the office where I used to work. Thankfully I’d moved on by then but some of my friends were a bit shaken by that one!
The clincher for me was the Westminster Tube Station bomb. I used to buy a paper at the station when I got on the train in the morning. Sometimes I’d cut it a bit fine and buy one the other end – at Westminster Tube Station. That morning, I got my paper at my home station. I walked up the steps – right past the bomb – and started across the bridge. About 100 yards across there was an almighty bang as the bomb went off.
If I’d stopped to buy a newspaper that morning, I’d have been killed.
That was enough for me. I got a job out of London at less pay. It was better than being killed or – worse – maimed like Margaret Tebbitt.
I reflect at this stage on the words of Custer when he was minister for Indian affairs. When asked how he reconciled his views on Indians with being a ‘man of peace’, he replied “Ain’t nothing as peaceful as a dead Injun!” I believe McGuinness, man of peace, believed there was nothing as peaceful as a dead protestant.
So that’s why I’m with Norman. The world is a better place this morning…
Yet another religious fanatic has murdered a bunch of innocent people who don’t agree with his version of worshiping God, this time by driving a truck into a Berlin Christmas market.
This latest atrocity raises several questions, especially in relation to German immigration policy and free EU movement. Could it happen here? Well, the honest answer is not will it happen here but when will it happen here. I was listening to a security ‘expert’ on the TV this morning saying we were doing all we can to prevent a repeat in the UK but that it was inevitable that someone would slip through the net eventually. We seem to have conveniently forgotten the 7/7 attacks in London or even the IRA campaign all those years ago. It will happen again.
In Germany they have been quick to try and deflect attention by saying that attacks like this encourage the right wing who have been vocal in condemning Merkel’s open door immigration policy that has allowed over 1 million migrants – I’m reluctant to use the word refugees – into Germany in the last year. It was inevitable that IS sympathisers and other jihadists would take advantage of the policy and sneak in by hiding in plain sight.
But let’s think for a moment about being right wing. Is it right wing to encourage homophobia, racism and religious hatred? Yes of course it is – but it’s not right wing to be afraid of somebody trying to attack and kill you.
Merkel is up for re-election this coming year and she’s under pressure. Her open door policy is proving to be deeply unpopular. Even her supporters are condemning it and, let’s be honest, it’s been a disaster. You can’t blame ordinary Germans for turning against her because of it. At the same time let’s not start talking about the rise of right wing neo-Nazis in the wake of this attack because that’s just another incarnation of Project Fear and it won’t do Merkel any favours at the ballot box.
Here in the UK we’ve been opposed to free movement and lack of controls over immigration for years. It’s one of the major reasons for voting to leave the EU. Unfortunately, whilst Germany has these lunatics within their borders, there’s nothing to stop them coming her.
So is a similar attack inevitable in the UK? I’d say so. Thanks a lot, Frau Merkel…
It was revealed today that terrorists in Nice were targeting a man largely regarded by some as the most important man on the planet and possible reincarnation of Christ himself, Paul Hewson – better known to his messianic followers as Bono the Good.
Intelligence sources (sic) revealed that this is the second occasion Islamic state have tried to eliminate this charismatic figure as he was only a couple of miles away during the Bataclan attacks in Paris. This time he was
hiding eating in a restaurant less than a mile away.
A spokesman for Bono the Good made this statement…
“We are pleased to announce that for the second time Bono has escaped attempts by Islamic fundamentalists to silence the voice of the most important man on the planet. Bono is a natural target as one of the leaders of the free world and the propaganda value of his death could not be underestimated.
Luckily, in Paris the terrorists went to the wrong theatre. On this occasion, they couldn’t read a SatNav so all is well – apart obviously from the hundreds who were killed and injured. But at least Bono is safe and well and continues as a shining example of capitalism and free enterprise that we can all admire.
I’m also pleased to announce that Bono’s hat is completely unharmed as it was returning from a holiday in New York at the time of the attack.”
You couldn’t make it up – although actually I just did…