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calendar   Saturday - November 21, 2015

Terror group tells British-based fanatics to stay hidden in the UK and wait.

ISIS’s chilling new tactic: Terror group tells British-based fanatics to stay hidden in the UK and wait until they get a signal to attack

UK jihadis are being ordered by Islamic State to forget travelling to Syria

Instead, they are being told to stay in Britain and wait for signal to attack

Orders were sent over the past few days on encrypted messaging sites

Security sources confirmed they are seeing shift in terror group’s tactics

By Lucy Osborne and James Slack for the Daily Mail

British jihadis are being ordered by Islamic State to forget travelling to Syria, remain in the UK and wait for a signal to attack.

Days before the Paris massacre, UK-based jihadis were being told of plans for imminent attacks in both France and Britain, messages seen by the Mail Investigations Unit suggest.

They are being advised not to risk travelling to Syria but to stay hidden in Britain until ISIS commanders give ‘the signal’ to strike.

The orders, sent over the past few days on encrypted messaging sites, are almost impossible to verify. But security sources confirmed they are seeing a shift in ISIS tactics.

The warnings will add to growing fears of attacks in the UK following the Paris massacre eight days ago in which 130 people were killed.

The Mail Investigations Unit has been shown messages sent to a radicalised individual in the UK over the past two weeks encouraging would-be fighters to launch terror attacks in Britain.


The UK-based extremists are being asked what weapons they have and how much ammunition.

They are told to stay in contact with ISIS online, and wait for further instructions on where and when to launch attacks.

They are also being advised on how to avoid detection by security services and how to recruit other young people. 

And they are being told to take care to target only ‘kuffars’ – unbelievers – and not to kill Muslims in any attack.

This could be a sign that ISIS leadership is concerned about its image following the Paris massacre, in which a number of Muslims were killed including the mother of a young girl.

The messages will also raise renewed concerns over the use of encrypted messaging services by terrorists – which are making it increasingly difficult for the authorities to monitor ISIS communications.

And of course from the beginning, the press and others just had to let the information go public, again and again, of how our side was keeping track. And then Snowden, that rat bastard traitor leaked tons of info that has been of great help so we read, to the other side.  And I do believe that.


This year, at least 700 people have travelled from Britain to Syria to fight for ISIS.

This figure includes many young women, and even entire families.

In June, Bradford sisters Khadija, Sugra and Zohra Dawood travelled to the war-torn country with their nine children in an apparent bid to join the terror group.


And last December, Sharmeena Begum became one of the youngest British teenagers to join ISIS when she fled from her home in East London and travelled to Syria aged 15. 

Three months later, three of her closest school friends – Amira Abase, 16, Kadiza Sultana, 16, and Shamima Begum, 15 – also boarded flights to Syria, triggering an international search to rescue them. The girls are believed to have married ISIS fighters.

Neither they, nor Sharmeena, have been heard from since.


One of the most high-profile British women to have joined the terror group is Sally Jones, who abandoned her family in Chatham, Kent, to live with her ISIS toyboy in Raqqa.

It recently emerged that Jones, now dubbed ‘Mrs Terror’ and the ‘White Widow’, has been put on a government list of the most dangerous British recruiters for Islamic State.

And last month, Portsmouth brothers Tuhin Shahensha, 27, and Mustakim Jaman, 22, were jailed for six years each after helping people travel to Syria to join the group.

The siblings did not make the journey themselves in case they upset their mother.

Around half of those who have traveled from the UK to Syria to join ISIS are believed to have since returned to this country.



Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 11/21/2015 at 11:39 AM   
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Belgium on terror lockdown

It isn’t over yet.

And according to what we’ve been told, won’t be in this generation.

Damn.  I was in high hopes after Paris, I’d still be around for the end game.

Belgium on terror lockdown: Brussels metro closed and people warned to avoid public areas after ‘serious and imminent threat’ alert over Paris-style ISIS attack

Brussels’ metro network has been shut following security lockdown after terror threat level is raised in Belgium
People have been warned to avoid public gatherings in Brussels after warning of ‘imminent threat’
Decision based on ‘precise information’ of Paris style attack, according to Belgium Prime Minister
Belgian national arrested in Turkey under suspicion of scouting the ISIS target sites for Paris attacks

By Tom Wyke for MailOnline and Peter Allen In Paris for MailOnline

Brussels has been put into security lockdown after Belgian intelligence received ‘precise information’ of a planned Paris-style ISIS attack in the capital.

Belgium’s prime minister Charles Michel confirmed that the decision to raise the terror alert level in Brussels was taken ‘based on quite precise information about the risk of an attack like the one that happened in Paris.’

Service has been halted on the Brussels subway system and heavily armed police and soldiers are patrolling the Belgian capital amid a high security alert.

The country’s national security center has raised the terror threat level to Level four after fears of a ‘serious and imminent’ terror threat involving ‘weapons and explosives’.

Speaking at a news conference, the Belgium Prime Minister said the fear was that ‘several individuals with arms and explosives could launch an attack ... perhaps even in several places’.

‘We urge the public not to give in to panic, to stay calm. We have taken the measures that are necessary,’ Mr Michel added.

People in Brussels have been told to avoid public gatherings, including concerts, train stations and airports.

Belgium’s interior minister Jan Jambon said the country’s situation is ‘serious’ but under control with the nation at its highest state of alert.



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calendar   Friday - November 20, 2015

why we win, sometimes

I was tagging along behind her at the Ocean State Job Lots discount store when I found it. Purely by chance, some previous customer had left this toy in the pet food section. It came in a brightly colored open box with “TRY ME” tags, batteries installed, and ready to go.

I’d never seen anything like it, but I admit, I do live under a rock. I picked the thing up, pressed the button, and was instantly 6 years old again. Horry Clap. This is the greatest, the MoFO GREATEST Christmas present you could give an active little fella with a bright imagination. 

It was a toy chainsaw.

This is what builds Americans.  Pure, concentrated AWESOME.

It came in a little kit with a cheeze-oid safety helmet that was so small it might fit a softball. Or a very small child. The toy itself was of medium detail; the brake bar neither moved nor did anything, the pull starter was cast on. The “blade” was a yellow rubber loop without teeth, instead having a row of tiny cups, like the polisher thing your dental hygienist uses, or like suckers from a really skinny octopus. There was no volume control, and there may not have been a hand grip safety. But when you pressed the start button, it made the right noises. Real ones. It sounded exactly like a little two stroke engine at idle. Exactly. And when you pulled the trigger, it let out a good loud rip, the proper sound of a chainsaw at work. And the rubber blade went around in the 9-10” bar at a pretty good clip. None of this slow motion BS. I didn’t get the brand, I didn’t get the price. But I couldn’t resist trying to saw down a couple of cat scratching posts and a wire dog cage. Women were starting to look at me funny. I didn’t care. I could have run around for an hour absolutely drooling mad with glee, cutting down everything in site. Wow. What a trip.

I spent a bit of time surfing them up, and found that toy chainsaws are actually fairly common. They range from the utter stupid blobs of plastic that don’t do anything, suitable for either very young children or very neurotic parents, through medium sized toys with varying degrees of realism and functionality, up to full sized repro movie props from the slasher flicks. The movie props “sound great but are built for adult laughs. Not kid’s toys.

I could not find the saw I saw at Ocean State, see? So I found the two best ones on the market instead. Beat Black Friday by a week, and supercharge your little tyke come Christmas. Warning ... may have to send the little snot-dripper outside to play, as the sounds will get on mommy’s one remaining nerve in no short order.

Pick Number One:

Expensive, But It’s A Real Stihl


future Duluth Trading customer

Made by Stihl, available at Amazon. $47.90. 15.75" long. This one is about as realistic as they get, right down to the owner’s manual and the included spare blades and wrenches. Pity the idle sounds like a toy. Comes with a blade cover, a working pull starter, a volume control, and functional grip safety. Seems a bit small by adult standards, but when you’re 5 this thing is an armful. No helmet included, but some kits come with pretend safety goggles. Imported from Germany, it seems there are two versions of this toy out there. One version is bigger and vastly superior; that’s the one you want. Check out your local chainsaw shop, because they’re sold there too.

Pick Number Two:

Poulan Wild Thing Toy With Kit


At 19.5” long and $27.99 at Amazon, this one is a bit more of a toy, but the sound is better. And you get the helmet and gloves. And the toy saw is pretty large, hardly any smaller than a real one with a short bar.  I couldn’t find any really detailed reviews on this model.


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Is there a Churchill in the world today?

“And do not suppose that this is the end. This is only the beginning of the reckoning. This is only the first sip, the first foretaste of a bitter cup which will be proffered to us year by year unless by a supreme recovery of moral health and martial vigour, we arise again and take our stand for freedom as in the olden time.” - from a 1938 speech on the Munich agreement

....and while we’re at it, here’s a shout-out to all you “Progressives” out there, also via Churchill:

“An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile, hoping it will eat him last.”


Posted by Somnambulist57   Canada  on 11/20/2015 at 01:24 PM   
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her head went flying thru a window … UPDATE! Authoriries do U-Turn.

I wouldn’t imagine there would be quite the coverage back home in the newspapers. Mostly TV I’d guess.  But over here, there’s pages and pages of it with photos covering the center folds. Not surprising, especially as the UK has been hit before although not on the same scale with regard to numbers.
Nevertheless, the subway (tube, over here) attack and multiple killings here were still horrific.

One of today’s headlines quoted a cop I believe, who says during the raid, “We saw the bomber’s head fly out of a window”.
Also reported is that a part of this skank’s spine fell onto a police car at the scene. 

Authorities now say ahe was not the one wearing a suicide vest and the head belonged to a male.  Not that she was Snow White mind, but they say she was not a suicide bomber.  Also .... although part of that group, there are questions as to the possibility she may by then, have been a hostage.
Nobody knows for certain about that last ... may never know.
I don’t think anyone will miss any of them.  Nov.21.

What’s really sad about the raid outcome is, the beautiful police dog was killed when a bomb worn by someone else went off.


There are 33 photos at the link below. 

Hasna Aitboulahcen: Tracking the final moments of Europe’s first female suicide bomber

Europe’s first woman suicide bomber may yet provide further clues which could lead to the capture or killing of more of her jihadist comrades
Kim Sengupta, Paris

It was an inglorious end for Europe’s first woman suicide bomber. She failed to hurt any of her enemies, instead killing just herself and injuring her cousin, Abdelhamid Abaaoud.

And it was through intercepting her telephone calls that the security agencies were able to track the Isis commander and six other terror suspects to their last hiding place.

The last moments of Hasna Ait Boulahcen were truly terrible. “Help me, help me, I am on fire,” she screamed before the explosion. Her body parts were strewn across the road.


It was, according to her brother, Youssouf Ait Boulahcen, an end to a deeply troubled life. Boulahcen was not motivated in what she did by Islam; in reality she had no interest in religion, he said. “She was living in her own world. I never saw her open the Koran. She was permanently on her phone, looking at Facebook or WhatsApp.

I told her to stop all this, but she would not listen. She ignored my numerous attempts to give her advice. She told me I was not her dad, or her husband.”

Youssouf, however, acknowledged that he had not spoken to his sister for five years. It remains unclear at what point in her life she decided to follow extremist Islam. She had grown up liking Western music and she drank, smoked and went to parties. She wore normal clothes, showing a preference for jeans and Stetsons; the latter would be replaced by a hijab.

It is not unusual for Muslims with modern lifestyles to turn towards the most austere and unbending form of their religion: Syria, Iraq and Somalia have a sizeable contingent of these people. Boulahcen, however, was also apparently into drugs, deep enough to bring her to the attention of the police on a number of occasions. It was the fact that she was already on their radar that helped the authorities when the investigation into her switched from narcotics to homicide.

Boulahcen had kept in touch with Abaaoud, related through her maternal side, for years. This continued after last Friday’s massacre in Paris, and until the end. According to security sources, it was Boulahcen who helped to find the flat at No 8 Rue du Corbillon, which was to be the group’s last refuge, through her phone calls.

Boulahcen was frantically trying to make calls on her mobile amid gunfire and grenades as the net closed in. Investigators are trying to establish who she was attempting to contact. She may yet provide further clues that could lead to more of her jihadist comrades.




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Madame President, Mrs. Fool

Presumptive Liar In Chief Drops A Whopper

This after Paris, this after the border scandal, this after ISIS announces infiltration and plans to hit NY and DC and wherever, whenever ...

Let’s be clear: Islam is not our adversary. Muslims are peaceful and tolerant people and have nothing whatsoever to do with terrorism.

Hillary Clinton

Can one human be this friggin’ stupid? She’s got dumbo enough for a dozen. Perhaps more.  Are we being mean and taking poor old Grandma out of context? NO. THIS IS WHAT SHE SAID.

Honestly, I don’t know who is stupider. Her or John F-face Kerry. Even Jumping Joe “lemmee feel up your wife” Biden can’t be this much of a moron, can he? And Obama, well already know he works for the enemy so he doesn’t count anymore ... but HOLY CATS.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 11/20/2015 at 06:32 AM   
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And I’m still there

JCOAPS, it’s come to this. I’m cat blogging.

Shoot me. Just shoot me now.

Seriously, right now I don’t know day from night. I was asleep, I got up at 20 to 5. That’s just a few minutes before my alarm goes off in the morning, so I got up. It’s dark out. But hey, it’s raining. Grab a coffee, feed the indoor cats, feed the outdoor cats.

Gosh, that sounds familiar. Sounds exactly like last night.  Maybe I can’t tell day from night because at this hour nobody can tell day from night. But it ought to be getting brighter in a little while. I hope.

.... as Dizzy goes thundering by my desk, ten thousand footsteps to the yard. Stops by long enough to leap at my leg and try to claw me to death, then rushes away. Cats have these periodic bursts of lunacy and energy, then they go back to sleep.

Must. Open. Eyes. !!!  Shower.



Posted by Drew458   United States  on 11/20/2015 at 06:15 AM   
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calendar   Thursday - November 19, 2015

It’s Come To This

JCOAPS, it’s come to this. I’m cat blogging.

Shoot me. Just shoot me now.

Seriously, right now I don’t know day from night. I was asleep, I got up at 20 to 5. That’s just a few minutes before my alarm goes off in the morning, so I got up. It’s dark out. But hey, it’s raining. Grab a coffee, feed the indoor cats, feed the outdoor cats. Spend 10 minutes looking up “feline upper respiratory illness” on the internet, find out that it can be chlamydia, wonder if that’s the same thing as the human STD. Is there a vector? Flash thought of dark humor, the wife at the gyno trying to explain ... “I was playing with my pussy, and it sneezed.” You’re twisted Drew.

Right. Out the door, off to work. Spread out the cones, open the door. Damn, it’s dark this morning. See a little yellow car go zipping by. Looks like hers. What’s she doing out at this hour of the morning? And where are the bus stop kids? Don’t tell me that they’ve got yet another day off from school?

My cellphone rings.
“Why is your car parked on Bank Street?”
Because I’m at work, in the guard shack.
“Why are you working at night?”
“You idiot, don’t you know it’s evening, not morning? Didn’t you notice how dark it was?”
Yeah, well, the rain and all.
“Go home Drew”
Right, on my way.


Sniffles in her getting-well habitat, a very warm quiet spot on the bathroom counter.

See More Below The Fold


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last of the summer daze



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what would you suggest for ppl like this?  no. really. any suggestions?

I know we’ve all seen examples of self serving loons and just plain idiots. But this really is in a class by itself.

Protesters.  These are folks, many lonely with few friends, who are desperate to hop on a bandwagon, any ole one will do that gives them a chance to shout at others as part of a larger crowd and just bully others from the safety of numbers.
In this case .... even picking on young girls is okay, because they are protesting ‘slavery’, and the schools’ founder who has not been of this world for for a hundred years.

Take a look.

Schoolgirls face ‘slave’ protest:

Pupils warned about wearing uniforms in public after protesters target them over link to 17th-century slave trader

Pupils at Colston’s Girls’ School in Bristol have been told to ‘walk away’
The school was founded in 1891 using a legacy from Edward Colston
Merchant and MP traded in cloth but amassed fortune from the slave trade
Bristol Mayor called the annual commemoration of the merchant ‘perverse’

By Daily Mail Reporter

Schoolgirls are being warned about wearing their uniforms in public after protesters targeted them over their school’s links to a 17th-century slave trader.

Pupils at Colston’s Girls’ School in Bristol have been told to ‘walk away’ if anyone criticises them in the street. Some may even be kept from leaving the school at lunchtime.

The school was founded in 1891 using a legacy from Edward Colston, a merchant and MP who traded in cloth, wine and sugar, but amassed a fortune from the slave trade.

Alastair Perry, the school’s headmaster, was forced to write to parents after several pupils were confronted by protesters.

He said: ‘At this time of year, celebrations and events commemorating the life of Edward Colston sometimes provoke strong reactions from some members of the community of Bristol.

‘We have noted this in particular this year, and have had incidents reported to us where members of the public have approached students to engage them in conversation about the history of the school, sometimes in a forthright manner.

‘One such incident occurred at lunchtime today [Friday]. We will be speaking with all students to remind them of our advice to keep themselves safe when approached by strangers - not engaging with the individual, walking away and seeking support from school or a nearby adult.’

Mr Perry’s warning comes after pupils had to leave by Bristol Cathedral’s rear entrance last week as protesters gathered outside the annual commemoration service to Colston, who gave the modern-day equivalent of millions of pounds to Bristol.

He added that the school was now reviewing its position on whether or not Year 11 pupils would be allowed out at lunchtime so staff ‘can be confident that our students are safe at all times’.


Is it too late to bring back the stocks?


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calendar   Wednesday - November 18, 2015

french cops and special forces nail terror maggots

For now, it’s over.

French police nail nail the maggots who got away, including the scum who planned Paris attack.


French police and special forces launch 4.25am operation to storm Saint-Denis flat containing seven Paris terrorists
Mastermind behind Friday’s massacres, Abdelhamid Abaaoud, 27, believed to be inside Saint-Denis apartment
Female suicide bomber who fired AK-47 at police believed to be his wife or cousin. Other suspect killed by grenade
Woman, named as Hasna Aitboulahcen by unconfirmed reports, is said to have screamed ‘Help me, help’ at police
Five people taken alive from flat and arrested as well as two others ‘nearby’ as stand-off ended after six hours
Security sources claimed they were ‘fourth unit’ from ISIS cell set to attack Paris’ main airport and shopping centre
Two of arrested plotters were both shot in the arm and are being operated on at a secure hospital in Bobigny, Paris
Paris prosecutor refuses to confirm if Abaaoud was in the safehouse and if he was captured or died in the siege
At least five police have been injured in the ferocious gunfight and the terrorists killed a police dog called Diesel
Witnesses told MailOnline there were periods of intense machine gun fire and at least seven large explosions
Man who rented flat to ‘two Belgians’ is arrested and claims: ‘I didn’t know they were terrorists. It was a favour’
Alert sent to all European police forces warning fugitive gunman Salah Abdeslam may be driving Citroen Xsara

By Martin Robinson and Simon Tomlinson and Keiligh Baker In London and Jake Wallis Simons and Jenny Stanton and Nick Fagge and Peter Allen In Paris for MailOnline



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welcome to europe ….

Says all that needs to be said.

The sign reads;




Also .... may as well share now as I have lost and refound this one 2wice already.

Frau Merkel is (rightfully) showing a loss of popularity in the Fatherland.  Gee, wonder why.
Just recently, she has refused to say what or even if there is, a cap on the number of migrants to be welcomed in Germany.

She is the most powerful leader in Europe, and certainly the most powerful woman.
Here she is .... and the pathetic little figure she’s looking at, is David Cameron, the Prime Minister of Gt. Britain.
He announced earlier that he was going to make a strong case for reforms in the EU and make certain demands which will decide if Britain remains in the EU.

The illustration is by MAC. 
Caption read,


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Words escape me

In the space of 25 years, we’ve moved from befuddled amusement over a fatwa placed on Salman Rushdie (The Satanic Verses) to this:

“There’s something different about what happened from Charlie Hebdo, and I think everybody would feel that,” he said. “There was a sort of particularized focus and perhaps even a legitimacy in terms of — not a legitimacy, but a rationale that you could attach yourself to somehow and say, ‘Okay, they’re really angry because of this and that.’”

Now, don’t look ahead. Try to guess which Islamic apologist said this. Guess who’s rationalizing the murders at Charlie Hebdo. (Granted this is part of a larger speech - I’ve just isolated the most disgusting part of it)

Give up?

Secretary of State John Kerry, speaking to U.S. embassy staff in Paris last Tuesday.

Now maybe it’s just me, but if this is one of the Standard-bearers in this ever-escalating war, we’re all fucked.


Posted by Somnambulist57   Canada  on 11/18/2015 at 07:27 AM   
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calendar   Tuesday - November 17, 2015

policy on Islamic State? Clueless at best - spineless at worst. hard hitting littlejohn. good read

Here in Britain, like most of Europe, there still doesn’t appear to be the political will to confront the terrorist threat head on, for fear of being accused of ‘Islamophobia’.

Incredibly, there are still dunderheads like Pixie Balls-Cooper who think we should open our doors to unlimited numbers of ‘refugees’ from North Africa, the All you need to know is that before the first shots were fired on Friday, world leaders were preparing to attend a grandiose summit, not to co-ordinate plans to fight terrorism, but to address what they claimed was the greatest threat to mankind — non-existent global warming. Middle East and Afghanistan.

That’s just a small taste of what Richard Littlejohn has to say in the following article.  As is usual for him, he gets it right.
And he says it all very well, so I’ll shut up as I can’t add anything to this. No need to, as he’s done the work.  Read on.

Our policy on Islamic State? Clueless at best - spineless at worst

By Richard Littlejohn for the Daily Mail

Right up until the first explosion outside the Stade de France on Friday, the world leaders heading for the G20 summit in Turkey were still pretending that the greatest threat to the world was climate change.
At least this time we’ve been spared the absurd Hokey Cokey-style show of solidarity we saw after the Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris in January.
How the jihadis must have laughed at that sentimental display of impotence by those who regard themselves as the most powerful men and women on Earth. All it had taken to bring them together in one place was a handful of terrorists armed with automatic rifles.

Last weekend’s shocking carnage was Charlie Hebdo writ large, with a bigger body count and another bout of empty rhetoric from elected Western politicians struck blind by the muzzle flash.
Once again their predictable reaction has been to put on their solemn faces, repeat the tired mantra that the terrorists will never win and insist this latest bloodbath has ‘nothing to do with Islam’.
As if to reassure us, a Muslim shopkeeper in Luton displayed a ‘Not In My Name’ poster condemning the Paris attacks.
Unfortunately, a ‘vast minority’ of his co-religionists disagree with him.

Just up the road from Luton, in Bedford, hundreds of ‘peace-loving’ Muslims were meeting to plan their next move towards turning Britain into a Sharia state.

Most of the usual suspects were there, including the BBC’s favourite Guantanamo Bay detainee Moazzam Begg, fresh from his arrest on Syria-related terrorism charges, which were subsequently dropped, and other representatives of the ‘charity’ CAGE, which described the recently evaporated Izal beheading specialist Jihadi John as a ‘beautiful young man’.

No doubt all the speakers were at pains to stay within the law, but can you imagine an extreme anti-Islam organisation being allowed to stage a rally at Bedford Corn Exchange?
If such an event had gone ahead, it would have been raided by armed police and the speakers charged with an assortment of exciting new ‘hate’ crimes. Call Me Dave’s steadfast response to the Charlie Hebdo murders was a headlong rush to make ‘Islamophobia’ a specific criminal offence. So much for all the ‘Je Suis Charlie’ posturing about freedom of speech.

If a British editor republished those cartoons of The Prophet, he’d have been arrested for inciting hatred. It’s a classic indication of the Government’s schizophrenia when it comes to dealing with Islamist jihad.
Despite lobbing a few bombs in the direction of Islamic State (aka, Izal), the West’s policy towards militant Islam is clueless at best and spineless at worst.

President Obama even dismissed Izal as a ‘junior varsity’ team, barely worth a second glance just so long as they confined their medieval barbarity to their own borders.
Well, now Izal’s gone global. In the past fortnight it has carried out or inspired a number of atrocities, including blowing up a Russian holiday jet and targeting civilians in Paris. Will Paris be the tipping-point which leads to a grand coalition, including Russia and the United States, being assembled to wipe Izal off the face of the Earth? Probably not.

And even if the world does get its act together and defeats Izal on the ground, what about the terrorists already in our midst?
The Paris attackers included French and Belgian citizens, as well as ‘refugees’ who had entered Europe through Greece.

For more than a year, I’ve been pointing out that at least 90 per cent of these almost exclusively Muslim ‘refugees’ are fit young men of military age, about whom we know nothing. How can we be sure that among them there aren’t a significant number of terrorists sent to wreak havoc in European cities? The barbarians are already inside the gate.

After the massacre of British holidaymakers in Tunisia, I asked how anyone could be certain that one of these ‘refugees’ who makes it to Britain won’t get his hands on an automatic weapon and wander on to Brighton beach and start firing at random. Now we know the answer. They may not have reached Brighton yet, but they certainly managed to get as far as Paris.

Like the French, we also have our own home-grown terrorist problem. An estimated 450 British passport holders who have passed through Izal training camps are said to be walking our streets again.
How can we possibly keep track of all of them? They should never have been allowed back in the country. How long before one of these domestic terror cells goes ‘live’ in London, or one of our other cities?

The security services say they have foiled seven major plots this year alone. I believe them. But in the event of an extensive Paris-style attack, would we have the police and military manpower available to respond?
In the immediate aftermath of Paris, there were inevitable demands once again for the security services to be given more powers. But they still won’t use the powers they have got.

German police actually intercepted a car packed with weapons heading for Brussels, but forgot to tell their Belgian and French counterparts.
There have been raids on 180 different addresses in the wake of Friday’s massacre. If they already knew about these people, why hadn’t they raided them earlier? And why aren’t we doing the same? As in most of these incidents, at least one of the attackers was already on the radar.
Here in Britain, like most of Europe, there still doesn’t appear to be the political will to confront the terrorist threat head on, for fear of being accused of ‘Islamophobia’.

Incredibly, there are still dunderheads like Pixie Balls-Cooper who think we should open our doors to unlimited numbers of ‘refugees’ from North Africa, the Middle East and Afghanistan.

The West’s reaction to terrorist attacks is usually knee-jerk, piecemeal and hopelessly insufficient. Maybe that’s all we can do and hope that things get back to normal (ish), as we did after Madrid and the London Transport bombings.
After Paris, will the response be any different? I’d like to think so but I fear not.

All you need to know is that before the first shots were fired on Friday, world leaders were preparing to attend a grandiose summit, not to co-ordinate plans to fight terrorism, but to address what they claimed was the greatest threat to mankind — non-existent global warming.


No surprise that ‘human rights’ lawyers from Islington have travelled to Calais to help migrants at the notorious Jungle transit camp exploit a loophole in the law which would allow them to enter Britain.

But why anyone from this country would want to go to Calais to do their Christmas shopping is beyond me — despite the cheap booze.

Since the Paris attacks, Eurotunnel passenger numbers are down. So they have high hopes for a ‘Christmas in Calais’ special offer to tempt British punters to cross the Channel. Mickey Mouse will be there, so will Santa and visitors are promised ‘fairytale characters wandering the town centre’.
Yes, we’ve seen some of those fairytale characters, fighting with border guards and police, lighting fires on main roads, pulling down fences and trying to stow away in lorries, private cars and on trains.

Perhaps those Mickey Mouse ‘human rights’ lawyers might like to get in the Christmas spirit by dressing as Santa’s little helpers.

Ho, ho, ho!




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