Reprisal? Good. It’s high time.
CNN panders to Muslims, asking how safe they feel.
Funny, they never asked us how safe we feel after nail bombs blew up our children. pic.twitter.com/h18QTVv5XH
— /pol/ News Forever (@polNewsForever) June 19, 2017
Via WRSA. I was listening to NPR earlier today, and they were waxing all horrified and apoplectic over this HATEFUL HEINOUS RIGHTWING EXTREMIST ACT OF HATEFUL HATE; the liberal dweebs, normally way more reticent about such things, didn’t seem to have any trouble at all calling it “terrorism,” either. In fact, they sorta went out of their way to. Nosirree, no “man-caused disaster” euphemizing here, not this time. Then they asked one of the attendees of this notoriously jihad-proselytizing mosque how they felt, and the termite blubbered and moaned about how he “doesn’t feel safe going to the mosque,” and how just truly awful and unfair that was.
And I repeat: GOOD. I WANT you scum-sucking jihad supporters scared. I want you so terrified of what the West might do to you in retaliation after each and every atrocity committed against us in the name of Islam that the very thought of it makes you piss rivers down your fucking leg. Because it’s quite clear that this shit is never going to stop until you are—or until we’re all dead, or converted to Islam ourselves.
That last ain’t happening, bucko, I promise you that. So out of the two remaining options, well, the second is no good either, no matter what the voices in your head keep telling you; we’ll get serious at last about destroying your primitive asses long before you can manage to pull that one off, I assure you. Seems to me that the first is the only workable or desirable one all the way around. Failing that, you can just shag your ass on back to the Middle East toot fucking sweet, where you can yodel to Allah, subjugate your women, kill all your gays, and just generally murder each other in job lots all you like, for all we in the West care.
I’ll repeat this again, too: exactly WHERE is the demand for importing more of these near-people coming from? What do we need that only they can provide?
I’ve seen some articles here and there speculating that there might be more to this than meets the eye; for one thing, the attack did NOT take place in front of the mosque, but actually a pretty fair way down the street from it. If the normal pattern holds true, the facts we wind up with in the end just might bear little to no resemblance to what we’re being told now by the lying liberal press. But for now, as far as I’m concerned the attacker is a fucking hero.
None of us ever wanted this war; none of us wants to have to kill anybody, really. But war is being made on us, and the “leaders” we trust to defend our nations refuse to do so. The whole thing is a shame and a disgrace. So I’ll just be damned if I’m going to act all prim and sanctimonious over some guy finally standing up and taking the fight to them for a change, and doing something that stands a lot better chance of giving them pause than an occasional drone strike against some yahoo or other out in barren nowhere.
Such a thing as this attack really shouldn’t be too shocking to anybody with a lick of sense; because of our squeamishness about naming the enemy, it was inevitable. Some of us have been saying so for years. Yes, I’m sure that a few innocent folks could possibly have been caught up in this attack, and that’s certainly regrettable. So you wanna tell me what crime the victims of Muslim terrorism are guilty of—and why our sympathies ought to lie more with their murderers than with them?
Update! Steyn expands on a theme:
Meanwhile, we have the latest daily horror from London, a city the late Alan Jay Lerner, author of My Fair Lady, chose to emigrate to because, he told me, it was “the most civilized place on earth”. On Sunday at midnight, a non-Muslim man drove a vehicle into a crowd of Muslims leaving the Finsbury Park mosque in what appears to be an attempt to reenact the London Bridge attack: same time (late at night), same weapon (white van), but this time targeting nocturnal believers rather than nocturnal hedonists. It is not perfectly symmetrical: Mayor Sadiq Khan is apparently being more circumspect about issuing his usual reassurance that being run over by white vans is just a part of daily life in a great “global city”. But Theresa May has swung into action and “held a COBRA” – the super-butch acronym of near Bond cool for a meeting of UK security honchos. Of course, COBRA sounds less impressive and SPECTRE-esque if you’re holding one every other day, as alas Mrs May presently is.
But, just as the Caesar seizure is attracting more attention than “antifa” thugs shutting down Charles Murray or Ann Coulter or attacking newspaper columnists at a book launch of which they disapprove, so it seems likely that in the long run Mrs May et al will attach greater significance to this long anticipated “Islamophobic backlash” than to mere humdrum terror attacks like Manchester, Westminster Bridge and London Bridge. If a fellow goes all Allahu Akbar at the cenotaph in Ottawa or Ohio State University or a coffee shop in Sydney, well, he was a bit of a loner, had a few mental-health issues, difficult family background, etc. No wider significance or pattern can be discerned: as Tip O’Neill would say, all jihad is local. But, if some guy rides his van up on the sidewalk in Finsbury Park, that will doubtless be emblematic of an epidemic of right-wing hate, and Facebook, Google & Co need to do a better job of policing social media. So expect more fulminating clerics to fall afoul of Facebook – if they’re Catholic. J K Rowling is already having a lively morning on Twitter, laying the victims of Finsbury Park at the feet of Katie Hopkins, Nigel Farage and the Fleet Street tabloids. As Douglas Murray responds in The Spectator:
Here’s a test. Yesterday the annual Khomeinist ‘Al-Quds Day’ parade took place in London. The march calls for the destruction of the state of Israel and in our allegedly zero-tolerance-to-terror city of London supporters of the terrorist group Hezbollah openly paraded with the terrorist group’s flags. What twist of popular logic allows that people waving the flags of a terrorist group in London on Sunday have no connection with terror, but that a van-driver committing an act of terror later that same day should be blamed on Nigel Farage?
Why, because Progressivists, of course. But Steyn has a much larger point to make here, and make it he damned sure does. I’ll do a little expanding on the point myself when the opportunity presents itself.