Monday, June 19, 2017

Finsbury Park terror attack: Angry crowd seize suspect


Dear All

Some time ago, I blogged on the rise of domestic terrorism in my posts on the migrant crisis, it has now arrived in the UK.

This example committed in London was someone hellbent on evil, luckily he was arrested but not before he murdered innocent people.

Isis knows for their terrorist strategy to work, they need  indigenous people to commit to acts of terror, that way, they will bring the terrorism of the Middle East into a European battlefield.

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University


Al C said...

This state of affairs cannot continue. The "carry on as normal" approach has utterly failed, and a new strategy needs to be adopted as soon as possible. What that might be, I don't know, but it needs to happen right away, because this feels a lot like it could be Northern Ireland, the years of lead in Europe, or at worst, Bosnia.

Freddy said...

Looks like it was a white dude on muslims George just what the ISIS recruiters want in their grand scheme of things. That we need a new approach goes without saying I would be looking at legislation further expanded in that the penalties for not disclosing knowledge of terrorist activity should be punished to the harshest measure.

G Laird said...

Hi Freddy

I agree with you on penalties for withholding information, the sentence should be imprisonment and lengthy.


Auld Jock said...

Hello George

This is a significant turn of events.

I follow Douglas Murray's speeches. Chillingly Douglas says that "we are always only one major attack away from everything changing". He also flags up the fact that poll after poll shows that the politicians are massively out of step with public opinion which knows who is responsible for the attacks, does not accept that "it has nothing to do with islam" and believes that muslims are accorded rights not available to non muslims.

The Manchester attack represents a major escalation on the part of the terrorists and we may now be on the verge of tit for tat events. The attacker, in this case, apparently did not believe that the authorities were doing enough.

For the vast majority of my life, these attacks would have been unthinkable. We live in dangerous times.

Auld Jock

G Laird said...

Hi Auld Jock

You might remember I said this would happen that people would turn to violence and aside from the Cox murder, you will see politicians targeted as a home grown terror cells spring up.

It will be the clearest indication that people aren't willing to wait for the ballot box anymore.


Auld Jock said...

Hello George

I do remember you saying that. As always, you are ahead of the rest of us.

I really don't know what it will take for the politicians to get the message. They seem to be determinedly in denial and hoping it will all go away without them having to take hard decisions and live with the consequences.

In the meantime we have to live with the consequence of their tomfoolery. We are not allowed to carry so much as a pepper spray for self defence and they can't / won't defend us. In addition, we are not allowed to criticise the bad guys for fear of being prosecuted for engaging in "hate speech". Can't they see they have created a pressure cooker?

The whole fucking thing is down to politicians They allowed the immigration that permitted this situation to develop, then they encouraged the militants to get concessions and allowed the hoodlums to openly demand abolition of the state in favour of sharia law. They even riot with impunity.

I'm sure I'm not alone in thinking it is a double whammy of us being shat on by politicians.

Sorry to rant but it really pisses me off.

Auld Jock