"If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or your arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen."

Saturday, 11 July 2009

Combating Extremism At Home


Where does this belief that being tough on Muslim extremists foments further extremism come from? It's like saying to a career-burglar, okay, we'll go easy on you; here's a shedload of money for you so don't do it again. The burglar will simply go and buy a better jemmy or lock-picker.

Close down the mosques that preach hatred and radicalisation. Hunt the b*ggers down and if they're UK nationals, lock them up - for a long time. Stop throwing money at these organisations and pleading with them not to hurt us. Treason is treason and we're close to a state of unacknowledged civil war. Get Tough!

It doesn't wash to say that we're in Afghanistan to prevent terrorism in the UK; we must begin here, at home. This spineless government has more blood on its hands than we'll ever know and it's far too profligate with the lives of others.

UPDATE: More cockwaffle from Boy Miliband on Today, R4: "We know that they are engaged in a very, very difficult mission and we have a responsibility to engage the country in understanding that mission and supporting it."

"This is about the future of Britain because we know that the badlands of Afghanistan and Pakistan - that border area - have been used to launch terrible attacks, not just on the United States, but on Britain as well.

"We know that until we can ensure there is a modicum of stability and security provided by Afghan forces for their own people, we are not going to be able to be secure in our own country."

UPDATE: In light of a comment, I should point out that the first sentence is a rhetorical question - I think we all know where this attitude of appeasement comes from. Stand up and be counted Fabians, Marxists, Common Purpose and assorted leftie infiltrators. I also have a problem with the rag-bag of organisations which form the Stop the War Coalition as well - I don't think they have the welfare of our Armed Forces, or our country, at heart.

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