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After Jihad Mass-Murder in Manchester, A UK Musician and an Aussie Journalist Have Had Enough of Flowers, Tea-Lights, Tears and Platitudes
Morrissey, in a blazing FB post, and Janet Albrechtsen, in a blazing column at "The Australian" that has garnered over 1000 comments.. and counting.
Both are worth reproducing, that they may be spread abroad.
Morrissey, first. On 23 May, the day after a Muslim human bomb detonated himself amongst the young fans of an American pop singer, at the Arena in Manchester, murdering 22 people and gravely injuring many, many more, this is what Morrissey put up on Facebook.
"Celebrating my birthday in Manchester as news of the Manchester Arena bomb broke.
"The anger is monumental.
Yes, Agreed. I too am angry. Angry as I have been after so many of these vicious Mohammedan mass-murders of defenceless infidels, all over the world, in the West and also beyond the West ... notably, most recently, Egypt, where only days after the Manchester atrocity, jihadis mass-murdered Christian Copts. It is about time that somebody, in public, used the words 'anger' and 'angry' and meant it, as a wholly human and natural and healthy response to the news of Mohammedan mass-murder of our fellow-Infidels on their - said Infidels' - home soil. - CM
"For what reason will this ever stop?
"Theresa May says such attacks "will not break us", but her own life is lived in a bullet-proof bubble, and she evidently does not need to identify any young people today in Manchester morgues.
"Also, "will not break us", means that the tragedy will not break her or her policies on immigration.
It's Muslim immigration, mate, that needs to be discussed, in public. Got Muslims? Got Jihad. The Muslim who carried out this mass-murder of Infidels - mostly young girls - in Manchester, was the son of immigrant Muslims who got into the UK by claiming to be in need of 'asylum'. Had they been refused, and told that they had 56 other Muslim countries besides Libya to live in, he and his brothers would not have been born in the UK, he would not have been in the UK, and therefore, he could not have done what he did. - CM
"The young people of Manchester are already broke - thanks all the same, Theresa.
"Sadiq Khan says, "London is united with Manchester", but he does not condemn Islamic State - who have claimed responsibility for the attack.
Good catch, Morrissey. - CM
"The Queen receives absurd praise for her "strong words" against the attack, yet she does not cancel today's garden party at Buckingham Palace - for which no criticism is showed in the Britain of free press.
That's a tad unfair, mate. There were probably plenty of other happy social gatherings - weddings, christenings, engagement parties, birthday parties - all over the country, that went ahead despite the terrible atrocity in Manchester. I would suggest writing to Her Majesty to propose that next year she invite the survivors of the attack, and their families, and the families of those who were killed, to a special garden party; perhaps in company with others who have suffered injury and /or bereavement as a result of other Muslim Mob acts of war on British soil - notably Lee Rigby's family, and those affected by the London bombings in 2005, and by the Westminster bridge attack not so long ago. You - one of Manchester's famous sons - could offer to perform on the occasion, as part of the entertainment provided. - CM
"Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham says the attack is the work of an "extremist".
"An extremist what? An extreme rabbit?"
Bravo! - CM
"In modern Britain everyone seems petrified to officially say what we all say in private.
Not only in Britain, either... - CM
"Politicians tell us that they are unafraid, but they are never the victims.
"How easy to be unafraid when one is protected from the line of fire.
The closest the pollies have gotten, so far, to feeling at all at-risk, is the Westminster attack; the jihadist mowed down ordinary citizens on the bridge, but was then taken down by the "outer perimeter" before he could get anywhere near an actual politician. - CM
"The people have no such protections." - Morrissey, 23 May 2017.
Not bad, not bad at all.
And now to Australia, and Janet Albrechtsen, columnist at "The Australian", writing on 27 May 2017. She, too, is angry.
"Time to Get Angry About Islamist Terror".
"First Islamic terrorists chose to kill Jews in their (that is, Jews' - CM) homeland, and beyond.
"Then they murdered Americans working in New York's tall buildings.
And Aussie holidaymakers, and holidaymakers from many other infidel nations, who happened to be in a nightclub in Bali in 2002. - CM
"They murdered people travelling on London trains and buses, too,
And they murdered people on Spanish trains, and on trains in Mumbai, and murdered little kids and their parents and grandparents in a school in Beslan in the Russian Federation, and people in a theatre in Moscow, and a Dutch film-maker in broad daylight in his own city in his own country. - CM
then French journalists and cartoonists.
And French soldiers, and a French-Jewish schoolgirl and a rabbi and his two little sons, in Toulouse, France - CM
Islamic terrorists struck Paris again, slaughtering people at a rock concert and in nearby restaurants.
'Islamic terrorists blew up people at an airport and a train station in Brussels, and drove into people strolling along Nice's promenade, people walking along London's Westminster Bridge.
'A Copenhagen street, the Boston Marathon, a Sydney cafe, Berlin's Christmas markets, a pedestrian mall in Stockholm.
A mall in Nairobi, Kenya; hotels and a Jewish guest-house in Mumbai India (2008); a school in Nigeria - 200 girls taken captive, raped, abused, force-veiled, gloatingly displayed in videos. A railway station in the Russian federation. A Christmas party in San Bernardino, California. A gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida. The list goes on and on and on. And that's only the attacks that hit the news; if one reads Barnabas Fund newsletters, or if one reads the Israeli English-language news, or if one follows what is happening in southern Thailand or the Philippines, or keeps an eye on what is happening with the Copts of Egypt, one could list dozens of murderous Muslim assaults upon non-Muslims, a neverending list of rapes, robberies, arsons, and murders ranging from killings of one or two, on up to killings of ten or twenty or more people at a time. - CM
'Christians, Yazidis, and Muslims across the Middle East.
The Muslims are targeted because they are deemed insufficiently sharia-compliant, or else because, being other-sect, they are 'reclassified' as Infidels and therefore as lawful prey. - CM
'Thousands slaughtered by Islamic terrorists with no borders, physical or moral.
'On Monday, Islamic terrorists murdered children in Manchester.
Let's cut to the chase. Here's the grim reality. "On Monday, Muslims murdered Infidel children in Manchester". - CM
"One image sticks. A little girl with a head-band, the kind little girls like. Her leather jacket makes her look older than her tender years. Her eyes are glazed, wide with shock. She's hand in hand with a woman, hopefully her mum.
"One voice sticks, too. The raw agony of another mum, ringing CNN, pleading to hear from her 15-year-old daughter Olivia, who went to the Ariana Grande concert, but hasn't been seen since. Olivia, along iwth 21 other children, teenagers, young people, and parents, has been murdered by a 22 year old Islamic terrorist.
By a 22 year old Muslim who set out to "slay and be slain" just as the Quran instructs him to do. A Muslim human bomb who deliberately detonated himself in the midst of a dense crowd of the hated, filthy Infidels - exactly like the Muslim human bomb who, 16 years ago, in the Sbarro pizzeria in Israel, also detonated himsefl in the midst of a crowd of young people and families, guided by his handler with the intention of causing maximum harm to the softest imaginable target. To hurt, to cause grief, to cause pain, to 'cast terror' into the hearts of the survivors. - CM
'Where does this end? How? When? It being Britain, many are saying "Keep calm, and carry on". Politicians reach for a formula of pacifying words, every time Islamic terrorism strikes.
Every time a Muslim obeying the diktats of the Religion of Blood and War mass-murders - or attempts to mass murder - those whom he is taught to view with contempt, with enmity and hatred, because they are not Muslims, because they follow another faith, or no faith. Just being-Infidel is enough to make one a target. - CM
"We are united. Terrorists will be defeated. Love conquers hate. Freedom stands up for itself, our own (Aussie - CM) Prime Minister once said.
If he really meant that - that Freedom stands up for itself - then let the lands of the Free, the lands of all unsubmitted Infidels, close and defend their borders against the Slaves of Allah, and set about evicting all those Slaves of Allah already found within our gates. That would be freedom standing up for itself, defending itself against a belief system that, from top to bottom, is all about slavery and oppression, discrimination and Abuse. - CM
'Keep calm and carry on? Not this time.
'Keeping calm has promoted a comatose citizenry. Light a candle or tweet a hashtag. Talk of unity, love and strength. Gather at a vigil, then go home.
Yes, yes, yes! - CM
"Don't ask hard questions about why Islamic terrorists are able to keep murdering us.
Don't ask why so very many Muslims - including quite recent converts to the cult - seem so very eager to murder Infidels - CM
"Love did not save the lives of eight-year-old Saffie Rose Roussos or 18 year old Georgina Callender.
'Unity did not save the lives of the two mothers waiting in the foyer of the concert hall for their daughters or teenage sweethearts, Chloe Rutherford and Liam Curry.
'And unity around what, exactly? Too many in the West refuse to unite behind the most basic moral clarity about Islamic terrorism.
About the Global Jihad. Ms Albrechtsen: please read Conor Cruise O'Brien, "The Lesson of Algeria: Islam is Indivisible". Back in 1995, he wrote - "What is going on today in the Muslim world is not the advent of some aberrant thing called Islamic fundamentalism, but a revival of Islam itself - the real thing - which Western ascendancy and Westernised post-Muslim (or semi-Muslim - CM) elites no longer have the capacity to muffle and control. The Jihad is back...". Here's the link, for any person here reading who may not have heard of Mr O'Brien. The article is a classic.
'This week, of all weeks, our public broadcaster made light of Islamic terrorism, invited onto its television shows commentators who mocked terrorism and who told us not to jump to conclusions about terrorism.
'The ABC's own journalists struggle to mention the Islam element. Our politicians talk about terrorists as marginalised and vulnerable, as if we are to blame for the murders of young children in Manchester.
'Keep calm about these useful idiots? Not a chance.
'In Riyadh this week, US President Donald Trump reminded more than 50 Arab Muslim leaders that "the nations of the Middle East cannot wait for American power to crush this enemy for them... A better future is only possible if your nations drive out the terrorists and extremists."
They can't. They won't. The terrorists and 'extremists' crystallise continually and naturally out of the Ummah, the Mohammedan Mob. They are the army of Islam, the soldiers of allah, Allah's enforcers (as ex-Muslim Nonie Darwish puts it in her book on Sharia, "Cruel and Usual Punishment"), waging jihad fi sabil allah. The 'better future' that all pious Muslims seek is not the same as the 'better future' that we Infidels seek; all card-carrying Muslims are duty bound to seek Total World Domination, to dream of and work toward a global sharia despotism. All the world's infidels, all the world's infidel sovereign states, must be forced to Submit, either as Dhimmis or as converts to Islam... or be annihilated. That is the 'peace' to which Islam aspires, that is the 'better future' of which the jihadis and their recruiters, inciters and financiers dream, that is the goal of Islam. Investigative journalist Arthur Derounian, under the pen-name 'John Roy Carlson' summed it up in the title of a chapter of his book "Cairo to Damascus" (1951) - "World of the Koran. Islam, Islam Uber Alles." - CM
"Drive. them. out.", he said. "Drive them out of your places of worship. Drive them out of your communities. Drive them out of your holy land and drive them out of this earth".
But they - the House of Saud and all the rest of the Ummah, the whole boiling - won't, because they can't; because the jihadis are inextricably part and parcel of the Ummah, the Mohammedan Mob, the Allah Gang. - CM
'Trump offered up the kind of moral clarity that drove the West to defeat Nazis and Soviet communists.
The advice - wasted upon the House of Saud, and upon every other Islamic entitty there present; it will be totally ignored or at best receive only half-hearted attention- would have been better offered to the countries of the lands of the Infidels; notably, the nations of western Europe, but also Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and also any number of other historically-infidel nations that, of late, have found themselves with aggressive and expanding colonies of Muslims. And it would have been a call to raid, search and demolish the mosques - which as ex-Muslim Sam Solomon has pointed out, in his book "The Mosque Exposed", are the nerve centres and foci and rallying points and recruitment points of Jihad - and to close their gates against all further entry of identifiable Muslims - period - and to expel from their lands such Muslims as were already present within the gates. That would have shown real moral clarity about this war that is upon us, which is but the latest phase of a war that the Ummah (whenever it felt strong enough) has been waging against all infidels within reach, for the past 1400 years. Drive them out! - CM
'What has happened to us in the interim? Paralysed by political correctness, we walk on eggshells so as not to offend.
We walk on eggshells so as not to offend the Muslims. The Muslims who have shown themselves all too ready to take violent offence, as in the fatwa against Salman Rushdie, and the violent riots and threats and attempted assassinations in the wake of the publication of the Danish cartoons, and the burning down of the house of Lars Vilks, a Swedish cartoonist who had drawn some 'Modoggies", and the assassination of Dutch film-maker Theo Van Gogh, who had dared to assist an ex-Muslim to make a film critical of Islamic misogyny, and a near-riot in Sydney at which Muslim children beside their veiled mamas held up placards saying "Behead those who insult the Prophet".- CM
'Ask hard questions about immigration? (Correction: Ask hard questions about Muslim immigration? - CM) You're a racist.
'Talk about Islam and terrorism? (Correction: Talk about the jihad doctrine of Islam? - CM). You're an Islamophobe.
'Keep calm and stay quiet? Not any more.
'It's time to get angry.
Yes, yes, yes, and again yes. Not stupidly, blindly angry. Coldly, rationally, intelligently angry, angry because you have read the Enemy's books, and you have read up on some history - the history of the past 1400 years of Jihad - and you know exactly where all the Muslim riots and mass-murders and rapes and kidnappings-for-ransom and threats and blackmail and nonsense-and-lies are coming from. - CM
'Examining the causes of terrorism (sic: Muslim terrorism - CM) without reference to Islam, the Prophet (sic: 'the so-called 'prophet' Mohammed' - CM), and the Koran (sic: 'the Koran, Sira and Hadiths' - CM) is as intellectually vacuous as looking at the causes of World War II without reference to Nazism, Hitler and Mein Kampf.
Exactly. - CM
"It's no coincidence that those who are angry are making the most penetrating observations. Morrissey, the former lead singer of the Smiths, was angry when he posted this - "Sadiq Khan (London's mayor) says "London is united with Manchester", but he does not condemn Islamic State - who have claimed responsibility for the bomb... Manchester mayor Andy Burnham says the attack is the work of an 'extremist'. An extreme what? An extreme rabbit?" Brendan O'Neill from 'Spiked" is angry, too. "The terrorist seeks to weaken our resolve, the powers-that-be want to sedate our emotions, retire our anger, reduce us to wet-eyed performers in their post-terror play. It's a dual assault on the individual and society".
Yes. Yes and again yes. How I would like to see a group of people, in the wake of Manchester, stand in the City Square and read out, aloud, with all due emphasis, Oriana Fallaci's fiery diatribe, "The Rage and the Pride", which was written, at white heat, in the immediate aftermath of the Muslim mass murder of infidels in New York City and at the Pentagon on 11th September 2001. It does not date. It is as applicable in the wake of any of the other myriad Muslim murders of Infidels that have taken place on infidel soil since that moment, as it was then. - CM
"British commenter Piers Morgan funnelled his anger into more questions that demand answers. The bomber, Salman Abedi was someone's son, friend, brother and neighbour.
'His behaviour changed in recent times. He grew a beard, wore Islamic garb, dropped out of university and retreated from his youthful drinking days.
But even in those youthful drinking days there were ominous signs. In one newspaper report I read, one who knew him recalled that while at college - unclear whether this was high school, or tertiary - he punched a girl in the side of the head, because she wore "a short skirt". Muslims, one must recall, are taught that they are 'the best of people', 'commanding right' (that is: commanding what Islam deems to be permissible) and 'forbidding wrong" (forbidding - denouncing, and ideally, putting a stop to - anything that Islam deems to be forbidden.. which things include practices such as the keeping of pet dogs, painting pictures of living beings, playing the flute or a stringed instrument, displaying crosses, and...if female.. going about unislamically dressed). - CM
'Mohammed Saeed El-Saeiti, a local Manchester imam, recalls seeing "the face of hate" on Abedi after a sermon against Islamic State.
All such backside-covering statements should, however, be taken with a large pinch of salt. - CM
'Abedi's cousin said Abedi's parents were concerned their son was turning to violence. "We knew he was going to cause trouble. You could see that something was going to happen, sooner or later", said the cousin.
Suuure you did. - CM
"A family friend told The Times that Abedi had been "radicalised by mosques in south Manchester; there are many people who are suspicious about him."
Which 'mosques' in south Manchester, exactly? - CM
'Who raised an alarm? Rather than staying calm and carrying on as usual, it's time to ask Muslim communities to step up some more.
Waste of time.
There is only one possible use of such a demand: to put them publicly on notice that it will not be 'business as usual.' And if they don't 'step up', in any genuine or fruitful manner, after a certain period of time (set by the Infidel party making the demand; and the length of this 'test period', whatever it is - three months, six months, a year - should not be made known to the Muslims who have been put 'on the spot'), if it begins to be clear that they are not cooperating with Infidel law enforcement or even actively causing obstruction and hindrance, then it must be assumed that they are in collusion with the jihadis. That they must be viewed in the same light as an outlaw motorcycle gang, or an organised crime syndicate, and treated accordingly. - CM
'At the Albert Square vigil after Monday's atrocity, Tony Walsh recited his poem. "This is the place that has helped shape the world, and this isi the place where a Manchester girl named Emmeline Pankhurst from the streets of Moss Side led a suffragette city with sisterhood pride". That's nice.
'But the Manchester suburb (of Moss Side - CM) is better known as the home of Islamic bombers, Islamic State recruiters, and jihadists, than the home of a suffragette. Another 16 convicted or dead terrorists (that is: convicted or dead Muslim jihad terrorists - CM) lived within four kilometres of Pankhurst's birthplace.
Hm. If the City of Manchester wishes to throw down the gauntlet, then let it call in the army to provide security and hold a public showing of Ayaan Hirsi Ali's beautiful and bleak little film "Submission", that intelligently and memorably criticises and exposes Muslim misogyny, the very misogyny that was exhibited by the Muslim human bomb who blew himself up amongst a predominantly female crowd - indeed, a crowd mostly composed of little girls, tweens and teens - after they had attended a concert presented by what the Islamic texts ferociously denounce as a 'songstress"; and invite Ms Ali, and other famous ex-Muslim critics of what Islam does to women - Wafa Sultan, and Nonie Darwish, and Taslima Nasreen - to speak publicly on the same subject, on the same evening. That would be an appropriate act of defiance. - CM
'Keeping calm and carrying on encourages more sweet-nothings.
'Where and when will the next terrorist attack happen? In Australia?
In Egypt, in fact. Coptic Christians, many of them young children; butchered by Islamic State jihadists, as those Christians travelled on pilgrimage to pray at a historic monastery. - CM
'Our hardworking security agencies have foiled 12 imminent attacks since September 2014 when Australia's national terrorism alert level was raised to 'probable'. Twelve. In less than three years.
Any one of those attacks had it succeeded would likely have murdered as many people as the attack in Manchester. - CM
'This week NSW Coroner Michael Barnes revealed how our immigration system, court system and senior policing policies failed us when Man Haron Monis took hostages in the Lindt cafe, holding them for 17 hours, culminating in the death of two beautiful people, Tori Johnson and Katrina Dawson.
'The Coroner found that Monis wasn't mad. Monis murdered in the name of Islamic State.
'Keep calm and carry on? No. Not again.
'Evil triumphs when good men and women do nothing more than offer up platitudes, light candles, post hashtags, and recite poems."
There were over one thousand comments to Ms Albrechtsen's article. I have read them all, and I commend them to others. (If you google the title of Ms Albrechtsen's article, you should be able to read both it and the comments). Many commenters showed themselves to be very well informed about Islam and its core doctrine of Jihad, and its hard-wired hatred of Infidels qua Infidels. Many, many commenters - armed with this grimly realistic knowledge of what Islam, and Muslims, are all about - were discussing the sorts of measures they thought should be taken in national and civilisational self-defence: of all such measures, stopping Muslim immigration into Austraia was top of the list, closely followed by measures such as internment and deportation. One hopes that all of those commenters were making the same points in letters to the relevant government Ministers, and to their elected representatives in Federal Parliament. - CM