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Oh dear, what shall we call our enemies?

I’d like readers today to choose who they believe – our own Dave “PR-man” Cameron or France’s Marine Le Pen.

Here’s Dave yesterday in the Syria debate explaining in 30 seconds why we must now call ISIL “Daesh” because, as any fule no, ISIL clearly has nothing to do with *sl*m which is a religion of peace:

And here’s a link to a speech Marine Le Pen made to the European Parliament a few days ago. (I recommend readers watch the whole 6-minutes clip. It’s in French, but with English subtitles. She is formidable or “formidable” as the French say).

In her speech, Le Pen names who she thinks our enemy is because she believes that, if you don’t honestly name your enemy, you cannot fight them.

She then explains why naming our real enemy faces us with some difficult choices about deciding who our real friends are (non-M*sl*m Russia? secular Bashar Al-Assad?) and who are our real enemies (double-dealing, ISIL-supporting Turkey? Al Qaeda- and ISIL-supporting Saudi Arabia?)

And finally she rejects the “imbecilic” EU policies on immigration 

So, who do you trust when deciding who our real enemy is? Dave or Marine?

I know who I believe.

10 comments to Oh dear, what shall we call our enemies?

  • right_writes

    The real danger of course, which LePen identified, is the EU… That criminal communitarian-ist bunch of political pigmies that claim to speak and act in European people’s names and interests.

    That mob and their mouthpieces are now taking us into a war…

    We Europeans need to get our borders back and genuine Europeans need to get proper passports, and proper governments that like Putin’s does… i.e. they must act in their respective nation’s interests.

    Of course as things currently stand, our interests, those of France, of Germany, of Britain, of Sweden of Russia, and of all of the others including those that are being overrun in the south, Greece, Italy and Spain, are very similar, but we must deal with that ourselves, as independent nations who share SOME common interests and act in friendship, as opposed to being joined at the hip by a criminal politburo.

    Give me back my British passport, and those with EU passports should be made to apply for a new one, and “qualify” as British… Not on colour, or religion, but on the whole package, same for those other nations mentioned.

    This has all been a terrible theoretical experiment foisted on us by ambitious and evil men, and we have been too lazy to object… I say experiment, because these criminals are so determined to carry on with it, that it cannot be a mistake.

    She has been viciously represented by those men, and still is, and likewise Nigel…

    These are the Churchills’ of our time.

  • David Brown

    right wrights the evil people who control the people who run the EU are exploiting the migrant invasion to bring in ever more migrants. Places with no migrants such as EU member Latvia have now been given their quota thus creating a forward base magnet for more migrants.
    Then there is the supposed deal with ISIS supporting Turkey to help reduce the migrant flow from it into Europe. When its really a means facilitate Turkish entry into the EU. Creating access for millions more Muslim migrants.

  • NoMore

    The Axis of Evil is Brussels and Saudi Arabia currently. The rot has spread from these places across almost the whole of Europe.

    The Daesh obfuscation was lobbied for by a M*sl!m MP from Kent who is the son of an imam. Daesh is of course just the same acronym, ISIS, except in Arabic/Black Speech of Mordor. As we don’t speak Arabic how about we just call them ISIS and ignore the traitors.

  • Fred The Shred

    Another Muslim Terrorist atrocity in San Bernadino California this time, along with London, Paris Moscow, Bangkok, Philippines, Thailand in South , Syria,Balkans,Boko Haram in Africa, 9/11 etc. etc. and the next and the next.

    Syed Farook Traveled to Saudi Arabia, Married Tashfeen Malik, Grew Out Beard.

    Must have been Climate Change that did it.

  • Help

    Yes just your ordinary drive by shooting. NOT , MUSLIM TERRORISTS YES. Attcking a Christmas Party at a Centre for the Disabled.

    A law enforcement source told Fox News that the couple were each carrying an AR-15 rifle and and a pistol when they were shot and killed by police after a brief chase in their black SUV about 2 miles from the initial shooting site. The source said the vehicle also contained so-called “rollout bags” with multiple pipe bombs. The couple also had GoPro cameras strapped to their body armor and wore tactical clothing, including vests stuffed with ammunition magazines.
    The source told Fox News the couple were using “military tactics” and were “prepared for a sustained fight.”

    In addition to the explosives found at the SUV, authorities discovered and detonated three pipe bombs late Wednesday at the Inland Regional Center, the complex where the initial shooting took place about 60 miles east of Los Angeles.

    Another source described a house in Redlands that was being searched in connection with the shooting as “an IED facility.” The source said investigators discovered multiple pipe bombs in the house, as well as small explosives that were strapped to remote-controlled cars.

  • Peter

    Expect to hear it again from President Obama and Dave Cameron “This has nothing to do with Islam”

    ‘Devout’ Muslim US citizen and his wife are identified as heavily- armed suspects who burst into his office holiday party and killed at least 14 people

    Read more:

  • mike jones

    Russia presents proof of Turkey’s role in ISIS oil trade.

    The Russian Defense Ministry has released evidence which it says unmasks vast illegal oil trade by Islamic State and points to Turkey as the main destination for the smuggled petrol, implicating its leadership in aiding the terrorists.

    ‘Allah took their sanity’: Putin accuses Turkish leadership of ‘aiding terror’

    Russian President Vladimir Putin lashed out at “part of the leadership in Turkey” during his annual address to the parliament, accusing Ankara of having trade ties with terrorist groups in Syria and Iraq. He also promised more sanctions for Turkey over downing of the Russian jet.

    Putin said Russia still cannot comprehend why the downing of the plane happened.

    “We were prepared to cooperate with Turkey on most sensitive issues and go further than their allies. Allah knows why they did it. Apparently Allah decided to punish the ruling clique in Turkey by taking their sanity,” Putin said.

    Putin stressed that Moscow’s anger over the incident is directed at particular individuals and not at the Turkish people.

  • Grant yews

    It isnt Islamophbia when they really ARE trying to kill you!!!

  • Grant yews


    When the Redlands Tea Party Patriots objected to the resettling of Syrian Muslim migrants in their community, CAIR accused them of “paranoia and phobia is rooted in a combination of ignorance and bigotry.”

    But “paranoia and phobia” are the modern condition that the free world has found itself living in. Islamic terrorism can strike anytime and anywhere from a Paris concert hall to a San Bernardino County facility where disabled children were being helped. It’s ignorance to ignore that and bigotry to defend it.

    “What will be done to ensure the safety of our community? Our biggest concern is the safety of our family, our children and our grandchildren,” Victoria Hargrave of Redlands Townhall had asked.

    It was a good question. As the country watched police charge towards a home in the Redlands, it has become an even better question.

    The shooter has been named as Sayeed Farouk. His father described him as a religiously devout Muslim. “He was very religious. He would go to work, come back, go to pray, come back.” Co-workers say that he “grew a beard and started to wear religious clothing. The long shirt that’s like a dress and the cap on his head.”

    And at some point his “religiosity” took him down the familiar path of Jihad.

    The evolving media narrative is that familiar standby of “workplace violence”. The sort of workplace violence involving an attack by multiple terrorists wearing body armor and throwing pipe bombs shortly after an argument at a party.

    If you believe this version of the “workplace violence” story, the shooter stormed out of a party and 20 minutes later had managed to round up multiple heavily armed attackers to avenge his party argument.

    It’s certainly a story. Even if it isn’t a very good story. And yet it’s a story that we keep hearing over and over again.

    It begins with lies and ends with body bags.

    Everything possible was done to deny Nidal Hassan’s terrorist motivations in the Fort Hood Massacre. His attack was deemed workplace violence. Even his own attempts to explain that he supported the terrorists were shut down so that he was reduced to smuggling messages to get his story out.

    And despite multiple statements by Hassan that he was a terrorist, the official story is still workplace violence. Right after the shooting, it was some strain of airborne PTSD that had somehow transmitted itself from American veterans to the Muslim employee who had never seen combat until he began killing them.

    There are always excuses.

    The Times Square bomber had financial issues. The Tsarnaev terrorists were poorly adjusted. Once the media digs into Farouk’s life, it will no doubt find that he had financial issues, was poorly adjusted and may have even been suffering from some mysterious form of airborne PTSD.

    Obama and the media would like to make this story about “gun violence”. But guns don’t shoot themselves. There is a hand that pulls the trigger and a mind whose foul purposes that hand serves.

    Gun violence is not a mechanical problem. It is not a hardware problem of guns going off at random. It is not a biological problem of fingers randomly twitching on triggers. It is a problem of the mind.

    Behind each massacre, there is a mind. And it is that mind, its ideas and its beliefs, that kills.

    San Bernardino is home to what is described as a “growing Muslim population” and that growth comes with terrifying growing pains.

    This latest attack appears to be one of them.

    It’s a matter of simple math that as the population most likely to commit terrorist acts increases, so do the acts themselves.

    Two months ago, Marilyn Snyder of the Redlands Tea Party Patriots wrote of “the runners and spectators of the Boston Marathon who never imagined that refugee jihadists were stealthily plotting their demise — just because they were not Muslims.”

    Most people in San Bernardino County did not expect that anyone was plotting to kill them. They did not think that one evening the events from far-off France would suddenly be taking place where they lived.

    And yet that is the new reality.

    Islamic terrorism can strike anywhere and everywhere.

    “While it is impossible to prevent death delivered by madmen who kill because of religious extremism, it is possible to put in place federal policies that limit the influx of Muslim extremists through the wide-open refugee doors of the Obama administration,” Marilyn wrote.

    That remains true.

    Sayeed Farouk, like Nidal Hassan, did not suddenly fly over here from Syria. But that only makes it more vital that we prevent the next attack and the next massacre by closing the doors and keeping our country safe.

    We cannot bring back the dead, the victims of the long horrifying roll of Islamic terror that stretches back for thousands of years, but we can protect the living.

    The left approaches this as a mechanical problem, but it’s an ideological problem. It’s a conflict between two sets of ideas and two sets of worldviews. It is a war between those who believe that men must be ruled by the dead will of Mohammed and his brutal successors and those of us who believe in the freedom of our founding documents and the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

    It is not a war that we will win through appeasement or disarmament. And we can begin to fight back by protecting ourselves and our country.

    “We Redlanders and all Americans need to stand up with “common sense and judgment” with an emphatic “No!” to Syrian refugee resettlement. It’s time to bar the doors against jihadi infiltration,” Marilyn wrote.

    From Redland to Paris, it’s time that we did the right thing, for our towns, our cities and our country.

  • Help

    British Burkha Corporation (BBC) covering up as Usual about the Muslim Terrorist attack in San Bernardino.

    “Just another day in the United States of America. Another day of gunfire, panic and fear.”

    So said the BBC’s James Cook, reporting from San Bernardino, California, in the immediate aftermath of the mass shooting.

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