May 2024

“I’m far more frightened of the Far Right than I am of Izlumic terrorism”

(Monday/Tuesday blog)

The question for this blog is whether it’s possible to understand the stupidity of the progressive, lefty, libtardish, virtue-signalling idiots who are hell-bent on destroying what little is left of our country.

Here’s one of them explaining why she’s “far more frightened of the Far Right than I am of Izlumic terrorism”.

Good grief!!!!!!!!

6 comments to “I’m far more frightened of the Far Right than I am of Izlumic terrorism”

  • Julia Green

    I’m thinking of bussing a load of Lefties into an Islamic area to hand out leaflets about gay marriage and women’s rights.

  • william boreham

    I see the government has banned Canadian right-wing activist and journalist Lauren Southern from Britain, being held at Calais just days after Austrian activist Martin Sellner and author Brittany Pettibone were refused entry at Heathrow. So current U.K. immigration policy appears to work like this:
    It’s apparently okay to let an estimated 425 ISIS trained terrorists back into the country after their jaunts to the killing zones of Iraq and Syria. But it’s apparently not okay to let in three campaigners whose only crime is to speak out on behalf of the silent majority because they “bear a serious threat to the fundamental interests of society.” Meanwhile, this outrage goes on under their very noses:

  • NuclearBunker

    Teresa May and Amber Rudd have their response, I say they are not fit to lead the UK.They are the CLOWNS…They have not provided one shred of evidence. Teresa May “For Godsake Go”

    Russia Threatens UK: “One Does Not Give 24Hrs Notice To A Nuclear Power”.

    “We have certainly heard the ultimatum voiced in London,” Russia’s top diplomat Sergey Lavrov said.

    “The spokesperson for the Foreign Ministry has commented on our attitude to this,” he added referring to Maria Zakharova branding of May’s appearance in Parliament as a “circus.”

    Responding to the speculation, the Russian Embassy in the UK said: “Statements by a number of MPs, ‘Whitehall sources’ and ‘experts’ regarding a possible ‘deployment’ of ‘offensive cyber-capabilities’ cause serious concern.

    “Not only is Russia groundlessly and provocatively accused of the Salisbury incident, but apparently, plans are being developed in the UK to strike Russia with cyber weapons.

    “Judging by the statements of the Prime Minister, such a decision can be taken at tomorrow’s meeting of the National Security Council.

    “We invite the British side to once again consider the consequences of such a reckless move.”

  • NuclearBunker

    Who was it that supplied us with gas this winter when we we were short at a moments notice. Oh yes Russia..Merkel wants to remember where he Energy supplies come from too, the Witch from Germany. Who votes for these people anyway?

  • NuclearBunker

    Exposing The UK’s Hidden Role In Julian Assange’s Detention.

    Behind the scenes, Sweden wanted to drop the extradition case against Assange back in 2013. Why was this not made public? Because Britain persuaded Sweden to pretend that they still wished to pursue the case.

    In other words, for more than four years Assange has been holed up in a tiny room, policed at great cost to British taxpayers, not because of any allegations in Sweden but because the British authorities wanted him to remain there.

  • KettleandBlack

    In a similar vein are official attitudes to a common Muslim practice of female genital mutilation, which has been illegal in the UK since 1985. Politico reported last year:

    “Medical staff working in England’s National Health Service recorded close to 5,500 cases of female genital mutilation (FGM) in 2016, but no one has been successfully prosecuted since the practice was banned over 30 years ago.”

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