Finsbury Park – Terror Is Always Wrong!


Having condemned acts of terror in the UK before, we must do so again today.

I know the area of the attack quite well. We used to live in Finsbury Park – not that bad a place to live, except that the terrorist sympathiser Jeremy Corbyn was our local MP!

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Blood-beast Adams with his pal Corbyn

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But let’s get down to basics,

Driving a vehicle at people you don’t know, just because they are, or you think they are, of one religion or another, is monstrous.

Only last night I was in downtown Jakarta, partying with friends who included Muslims, in whose cheerful company I delighted.

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The thought that people might wish to harm any of them because of the religion specified on their ID cards is abhorrent.

The response of Muslims in London should be to await the outcome of the investigation, then, regardless of that outcome, to organise a march condemning all violence and threats of violence in the name of religion.

They should not prattle about ‘Islamophobia…’

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Pig Hamza Convicted, But Snake Cameron Blocked REAL Justice! …

…which, to the extent it exists, does so as a direct consequence of the evil preached by the likes of a former incumbent at that very mosque, Abu Hamza…

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Jakarta sectarian hate-gang

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…and by other manifestations, around the world, including here in Jakarta, of murderous Islamist intolerance.

What should be done is to make it clear that jihadists, (and salafists, wahabbists and the sort of sectarian fanatics who sympathise with the ISIS rape-gang) are excluded from any role in the arrangement of the protest march.

That should be the prerogative of the many decent Muslims who accept British democracy and are loyal to Queen and Country.

By that simple logic, Islamists should not be allowed to join the march.

That proscription should encompass the sort of savages who have called for the killing of ‘apostates’ and ‘blasphemers.’

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Such people have no right to be heard, nor to live among civilised people.

I listened to comments from various people on the BBC news earlier, and perhaps the most interesting was from a Muslim man who said he hoped we’d not be subjected to the usual rubbish about blaming the attack on ‘mental illness.’

Encouraging, this – the sooner politicians and media rats stop making excuses for the perpetrators of wicked crimes, the better.

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