‘Stop repeating this stupidity and properly equip security services’

September 19, 2017

FAILED STRATEGY: – “Every time we have an incident, ten minutes we have another one and the same thing happens. We have got ourselves into this little loop of ‘attack, talk, carry on’ ‘attack, talk, carry on’ and it clearly doesn’t work. We need to attack, talk, do something and then carry on, because we aren’t doing it, are we?” – Former SAS soldier and anti-terrorism campaigner Big Phil Campion. Picture courtesy of Twitter.

 

 

STEP ASIDE: “You look at the hundreds of thousands with the police bellowing at them ‘get out’ ‘get out’, that’s not how a British constable talks or used to talk. Having to walk around with your arms in the air so you are not mistaken for a terrorist and shot – this is life in London in the second decade of the 21st Century and when Sadiq Khan says there is no reason to be alarmed, he is part of the problem and should be out of a job. – Commentator Mark Steyn on Fox News.

NATIONAL GUILT: “What is fascinating is that people born and bred in Western nations feel nothing for the countries they are supposedly citizens of because they are taught their countries are racist, imperialist, colonialist and responsible for all the bad isms in the world. And the British political class, who includes Jeremy Corbyn, who is leader of Her Majesty’s Local Opposition – to be totally laughable about it – also believes that is evil, racist, colonialist and imperialist.”– Mark Steyn on Fox News.

 

 

 

 

A FORMER SAS soldier and a prominent Conservative commentator have accused the political establishment of presiding over “repeated stupidity” when dealing with threat of Islamist terrorism.

The bucket bomb left in a Underground train carriage at Palmers Green was the fifth incident to happen in the mainland UK this year and it is likely that people from Dorset, Somerset and Hampshire may have been caught up in this incident.

Back at the end of August, the Bournemouth Echo reported how security had been stepped up for the Bournemouth Air Show due to the four major terrorist incidents that had already taken place tin 2017 in Manchester and London.

‘Two suspects were originally child migrants’

It has been revealed that in this case the two suspects are an Iraqi teenager arrested at the port of Dover who cannot be named for legal reasons and a 21-year-old Syrian-born asylum seeker called Yahyah Farroukh. Both were said to have been temporarily fostered by elderly couple Ronald and Penelope Jones of Sunbury-on-Thames.

Former SAS soldier Big Phil Campion has organized demonstrations of veterans against the Islamic terror threats facing the UK and red pills a Sky news correspondent – who appeared to be out of her depth – on what needs to be done on allowing the country’s population to carry on with their lives as normal as well as having confidence in the security being provided by the Government.

“There are 3,000 people (extremists) who are part of this balancing act, who are making it unsafe, and we need to get them away and there are various things we should be doing now to give people more confidence in the system.

‘Same response doesn’t work’

“Every time we have an incident, ten minutes we have another one and the same thing happens. We have got ourselves into this little loop of ‘attack, talk, carry on’ ‘attack, talk, carry on’ and it clearly doesn’t work. We need to attack, talk, do something and then carry on, because we aren’t doing it, are we?

Campion claims the security services are doing good work as the Palmers Green “foster children” suspects weren’t able to procure more devastating resources to inflict worse levels of casualties.

‘Bucket bomb was a proper pound shop effort’

He said: “There are some positives from this last attack. The device used was very crude and they can’t get their hands on the stuff that they want to and it was a proper pound shop effort, it wasn’t a very good device at all. So they can’t get the weapons they want, there is no weapons, there is no follow-up, they haven’t got the belly to stand around, they ran away, so there is a lot to suggest the security services are doing a lot of things right and they are doing them very well.

‘Stand behind our security services’

“Unfortunately the security services are running towards these events, the MPs are running away. Stand behind our security services, back them up, give them what they need, give them the equipment, kit and manpower, throw some money at this and let them dish it out, instead of having this repeated stupidity and nonsense going on and on and on.”

Canadian political commentator Mark Steyn, who was raised in the UK, claims progressive teaching of history in schools that has encouraged children to hate their past may have contributed to Salman Abedi, the Ariana Grande concert bomber, and other domestic terrorists feeling they had no affiliation to their host countries and led to their radicalization. Here he was giving his views on Fox and Friends.

Steyn also claimed Labour and Conservative politicians had wrapped themselves so much up in Cultural Marxist (politically correct) doctrine that they had trouble identifying who their enemies were.

“The use of that word ‘extremism’, is embarrassing Mrs May. In the heyday of the IRA there was no problem identifying Irish Republicanism for what it is. You can’t identify an enemy unless you identify them and that was a much smaller problem between people we had a lot more in common than we do with those guys yesterday.

‘Abedi’s trips to Libya funded by UK taxpayer’

Steyn also alleged that Abedi used his student loans as income to travel to Libya to fight in proxi-wars and cut his teeth in learning about terrorism.

He said: “In Manchester there is a high unemployment rate so you don’t have to work. The guy who did the Ariana Grande bombing (Salman Abedi) used his student loans from British taxpayers to fly to Libya and train to become a terrorist so he blew apart all those young girls courtesy of the taxpayer.

‘Labour thinks UK is evil and racist’

“What is fascinating is that people born and bred in Western nations feel nothing for the countries they are supposedly citizens of because they are taught their countries are racist, imperialist, colonialist and responsible for all the bad isms in the world. And the British political class, who includes Jeremy Corbyn, who is leader of Her Majesty’s Local Opposition – to be totally laughable about it – also believes that is evil, racist, colonialist and imperialist.

‘Mayor of London is part of problem and should quit’

“Sadiq Khan (London Mayor) says there is no reason to be alarmed. You look at the hundreds of thousands with the police bellowing at them ‘get out’ ‘get out’, that’s not how a British constable talks or used to talk.

“Having to walk around with your arms in the air so you are not mistaken for a terrorist and shot – this is life in London in the second decade of the 21st Century and when Sadiq Khan says there is no reason to be alarmed, he is part of the problem and should be out of a job.

“They always say ‘never surrender our values’ but never say what they are. If you raise people to be ashamed of their inheritance, some will seek new beliefs like climate change but others will seek what these lunatics are doing.”

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