After Manchester, Going Back to Business As Usual is Faster Suicide

After Manchester, Going Back to Business As Usual is Faster Suicide

After Manchester, Going Back to Business As Usual is Faster Suicide

Manchester, England is a large city. The population of Manchester is about 2.5 million people. For perspective, the population of Chicago, Illinois is 2.8 million and the population of Houston, Texas is about 1.6 million. By anyone’s standards Manchester is a large city. I am just a provincial girl and I need that kind of comparison to try to wrap my head around things like the Manchester bombing and the bombing at the Bataclan in Paris 2015.

The area of the bombing in Manchester

British journalist Katie Hopkins was on Fox & Friends this morning to talk about the latest Manchester news and her most recent column for the Daily Mail. The video is long but here it is:

From Katie Hopkins Daily Mail article:

Cut down by ball-bearings from a home-made bomb as they piled out into the street with their mums, their friends, their futures ahead of them. The worst kind of death. The most savage of attacks.
I wanted to vomit. Crouching at the end of my bed, I wanted to be physically sick, knowing what this would mean for today.
It would mean the eunuch politicians peddling their narrative that we will carry on as normal, that we stand united. Trying to find some hope to hang on to.

And, right on cue here come the appeasers:

The Conservative Review is reporting that the “Muslim terrorist ‘not a Muslim’.

“The message that I would want to get over — and this is how the vast majority of people feel — this man was a terrorist, not a Muslim,” Burnham said. “The worst thing that can happen is that people use this to blame an entire community, the Muslim community.”

“In my view, the man who committed this atrocity no more represents the Muslim community than the individual who murdered my friend Jo Cox represents the white, Christian community,” he added.

Tammy Bruce writes in the Washington Times:

After the horrific carnage unleashed by the terrorist attack in Manchester, England, some of the reactions were inexplicable. We’re used to jihadis celebrating the horror of mass murder, but it’s still perplexing to hear Western leaders and media reissue their bizarre insistence that we need to get used to the sick and depraved.

Consider BBC anchor and frequent U.S. news show guest Katty Kay. On Tuesday morning after the attack, the Daily Caller reported, “Kay told MSNBC’s ‘Morning Joe’ … that Europeans have no choice but to get used to terrorists murdering their families because ‘we are never going to be able to totally wipe this out. … Europe is getting used to attacks like this, Mika. They have to, because we are never going to be able to totally wipe this out,’ Kay said.”

And Miss Katy Perry wants us all to coexist with no barriers. Miss Perry, please explain why you have a barrier, but I cannot have one? And, how does one coexist with people who want to kill you?

I am bloody freaking done with the chattering classes, the ruling elite and today’s pop stars telling me that I am a xenophobic, jingoistic, Islamaphobic hater.

Look people. Life can suck bigly. No one gets out of here alive. Stuff happens. A tree could fall on me this evening. You could get hit by a bus. One of us could get a horrible flesh eating disease or bird flu. But, now listen carefully, we take reasonable precautions. We wash our hands and to prevent food borne illnesses we cook all meats to the U.S.D.A. recommended doneness. We look both ways before we cross the street.

AND

We need to secure all of our borders. East, West, North and South. Every country. The U.S.A., France, Great Britain, Germany. And, we all need extreme vetting. We owe it to the citizens of other countries.

Read this from The Sun:

Other witnesses described seeing a woman whose leg had been blown off in the blast, and blood, skin and faeces flying through the air in the explosion.

Gig goer Abby Mullen said: “As we where leaving a bomb or explosion went off centimetres in front of me.

“Peoples skin, blood and faeces where everywhere including in my hair & on my bag.

Business as usual. You cannot have business as usual when the dead are not buried and people are still picking bits of other people out of their hair. You, our betters, are on a suicide track and I refuse to ride along. It is reasonable to secure the borders…it is not xenophobic. It is reasonable to vett people coming into your sovereign nation, not hateful or Islamaphobic.

I don’t trust people who tell me “business as usual”, or “keep calm and carry on” or we let the terrorists win. People, they are winning because you are afraid of them. That’s why you appease them. Appeasement doesn’t work. It just delays your death. I am not suicidal and I am not playing your games anymore.

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  • GWB says:

    “In my view, the man who committed this atrocity no more represents the Muslim community than the individual who murdered my friend Jo Cox represents the white, Christian community,” he added.

    The difference is that there’s nothing in the Christian scriptures that say things like:

    And kill them wherever you find them, and turn them out from where they have turned you out.

    And fight them until there is no more Fitnah [disbelief] and worship is for Allah alone.

    Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them

    and

    But if they turn renegades, seize them and slay them wherever ye find them; and (in any case) take no friends or helpers from their ranks.

    (And this doesn’t even include the Hadith, simply Koran quotes.)

    So, when a proclaimed Christian murders “in the name of” God, it’s denounced as a false claim. However, when a muslim murders in the name of Allah, it’s supported by his holy writings. So your bullcrap about equivalence is demonstrated to be exactly that – a huge stinking pile of bovine excrement.

    we are never going to be able to totally wipe this out

    Baloney. We most certainly can. Assuming our weapons don’t fail due to a lack of will.

  • GWB says:

    Oh, I think there’s a place for “carry on” and “stiff upper lip” and all that rot. But its place is alongside fighting back. Its place is how those who aren’t engaged directly in the fight help the fight – by not getting hysterical*. And it’s not hysterical to demand that we properly identify the enemy and attack them and achieve victory over them.

    (* This is akin to a drowning person. It is in their best interest not to get hysterical, lest they injure or take down with them their rescuer. But it is NOT in their best interest to simply relax as they go under the waves and slip quietly to the bottom of the sea. The relaxation assumes there is a rescuer at hand. [We were taught to roll hysterical rescuees under water to stifle them while we rescued them.])

  • Chris in N.Va says:

    Thus pronounceth the Great Educator and Theologian of Tinseltown — who lives safely in a gated residence with strong locks, sophisticated security systems and, no doubt, gun-toting bodyguards.

    Yet another COEXIST-er who fails to realize the adherents to the first symbol are committed-to-the-death to her own death, poised like the PacMan of old to gobble up the rest of the symbols and whom they represent.

    Wuddah maroon!

    • GWB says:

      Has anyone ever done a COEXIST sticker with video game icons?
      ADD? Not much, why do you ask?

      • Toni Williams says:

        I can add nothing to this party. But, like I said…business as usual while people are still pulling bits of other peoples’ innards off of them. No.

        TW

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