In an effort to escape the charityfest of 'Children In Need' last night, I watched 'American Sniper', an excellent Clint Eastwood-directed biopic of US Navy Seal sniper Chris Kyle.
The film ended, I turned to Twitter to see what was news, and found the initial reports of the latest outbreak of savagery from an alien imported culture.
I knew it wouldn't take long for the apologists for Muslim atrocity to start up, and I was right:
The resentment of disaffected young men and women from a disadvantaged community frequently discriminated against in education, employment and housing has been further fuelled by largely symbolic measures they feel have been taken against Islam under France’s strong secular tradition, such as the 2010 ban on wearing full-face veils in public.I knew that it wouldn't take long for professional racehustlers to start trying to deflect blame, and I was right:
I also knew that the first thoughts of some would be how they could turn this situation to their own political advantage before the fucking bodies had even reached room temperature!, and I was (sadly) right yet again:
I'm tired of being right.
Tired of being right about the threat Islam poses to our civilisation, tired of watching politicians blindly carry on down the paths of appeasement of a monster that they know has been tried (and failed) before and tired of watching those who loathe their country and all that it has given them scramble for approbation and a seat at the table by refusing to name the monster for what it really is...
No other posts today. JeSuisParisienne.