HOW MANY TIMES MUST WE SUFFER AT THE HANDS OF ISLAMIC TERRORISTS? – We are told by David Cameron that the British will endure any terrorist attack and that nothing will break our resolve in the war against terrorism.
The murder of Lee Rigby, a young British soldier, who was brutally murdered by yet another Islamic extremist, is just another atrocity in a long line of terrorist acts against innocent people; but what made this murder really horrific is that it was carried out in broad daylight in a busy Woolwich high street in South-East London by two fanatics wielding knives and a meat cleaver.
There is little doubt that the British public is shocked and appalled at this recent act of terrorism but with all the bravado of revulsion, condemnation and assurances that justice will prevail this is just another example of just how vulnerable we are due to laws that protect the criminals and terrorists and leaves the innocent open to any type of atrocity the criminals and terrorist sees fit to exact upon us.
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We have become all too accustomed to terrorist activities in the UK. We spent decades at the hands of the IRA only to have this replaced with Islamic extremists. What was unusual about this atrocity was the manner in which it was executed. We often perceive that terrorism is related to bombings and yet this act of terrorism takes on a whole new twist and clearly depicts how far these deranged fundamentalists are prepared to go in order to make their views known.
Lee Rigby – British Soldier murdered by Islamic extremist Michael Adebolajo
As I pointed out in an earlier article the inevitable Government back-pedalling and seeking for a scapegoat is occurring. It was just hours after the murder of Lee Rigby that the Government announced, after its COBRA meeting, that MI5 are to blame as they had been monitoring one of the terrorists-Michael Adebolajo for 8 years, and was known to have ties to Anjem Choudary, a known Islamic hate preacher, and yet failed to stop him from carrying out this heinous act.
Michael Adebolajo – Islamic extremist and follower of hate preacher Anjem Choudary
It is perceived that there are approximately 2,000 potential terrorists residing in Britain and it is understandable with our current levels of security forces manpower, impossible to monitor each and every one of them 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
It is therefore clear that it is simply not feasible to stop all of them and yet the Government, in order to cover up its own inadequacies, pointed the finger within hours of the murder firmly at MI5 and Scotland Yard.
The stark truth is there are only so many police officers and security personnel available and our laws are increasingly allowing known terrorists to live and operate in the UK; we’re even providing them with free housing and welfare.
Pointing the finger at any one particular person or organisation is simply not very constructive. We could spend hours, weeks or years blaming others when we should be looking at the problem and finding a way of preventing a reoccurrence. Unfortunately that’s not the way Government works – It’s already well established that our Government rarely turns up for work in the first place, so how does anyone expect anything to be achieved?
If you really do have the urge to point the finger so that someone can take the blame then I’m afraid the finger must point firmly at David Cameron. There is no doubt in my mind that Cameron has Lee’s blood on his hands and he’s now activity washing them and wiping the blood on someone else’s jacket.
David Cameron appealing for reason and calm over the murder of Lee Rigby in Woolwich
Cameron is ultimately responsible for the governing of the UK. He is also the one who supports our involvement in the EU and the European Court of Human Rights; although recently he suggested a temporary pull out in order to deport Abu Qatada.
Cameron of course is not about to stand up and admit his failings; no politician has any such moral fortitude nor spine for that matter. Nevertheless if Cameron had been able to govern in anyway demonstrative then we would not be in a situation that allows known terrorists to freely walk among us; let alone pay for their upkeep.
Let’s just see just how Government prioritizes police time and effort. Look back and carefully examine the 7/7 bombing in London. In the aftermath of this atrocity the Government, then headed by Tony Blair, ordered a mass investigation where over 1,000 police officers were involved in tracking down the terrorists and as a result prevented another attempt just weeks later.
7-7 Terrorist Bombings in London 2005 – Police and Security forces prevented another attack only weeks later.
You would think that the police force would have been given a firm pat on the back for a job well done and yet the Government decided to simply ridicule them for not investigating allegations of journalists hacking in to Ulrika Jonsson’s mobile phone. Can you see the problem we have here?
While this was under the stewardship of Tony Blair this form of Government is the trait of all Governments – they simply find it more useful to admonish our security forces in order to cover up their own failings and right now David Cameron is displaying the classic signs of the incompetence of Government and the unwillingness to take responsibility.
Tony Blair Secretly Giving Advice to David Cameron
Go and take a look at the Police and Criminal Evidence Act (PACE) and if you study it long enough you’ll see just how Government have hog-tied our Police force. Frankly I often wonder why anyone would want to be part of our Police force when the very job of protecting and serving the public is no longer the ideology but rather they are used as a tool in order to hide the failings of Government.
Government, and in fact David Cameron, simply has no clue how to prioritize; he seems more concerned with gagging the press than tackling any of the serious issues – mind you if he could gag the press then his continuous acts of incompetency would never come to light.
Anjem Choudary - Islamic Hate Preacher – free and living off benefits
Before you go off and agree with David Cameron that our Police Force and MI5 are incompetent try to understand why such an act of terrorism occurred in Woolwich. Try to understand that there are thousands of officers investigating misdemeanours (Plebgate) and historic sex crimes (Yewtree Operation) – ask yourself if these officers should have been deployed in order to fight terrorism or at least consider that such investigations don’t require thousands of police officers but rather a small dedicated task force.
Whichever way you look at the Police force there is no denying that they have a thankless task. Even when things go their way the Government often come out and instead of congratulating their efforts they are simply asked why it took so long.
We are continuously brainwashed by the notion that our Police force is inadequate and yet with the introduction of PACE the Government effectively created a system whereby they would always have a scapegoat.
There are literally hundreds of attempted terrorist attack that the security forces have thwarted in the past year alone. Most of these the public never get to hear about and yet the Government continues to berate our security services.
Abu Hamza and Haroon Aswat – Islamic Terrorists
So what’s the answer? For starters it would be nice if Cameron was to step down – he clearly doesn’t have the will or spine to govern the United Kingdom.
Secondly we need to change a few of our laws; for instance scraping the Human Rights Acts and pulling out of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) would allow our police forces and security services too treat terrorism for what it truly is; war. This would then allow terrorists to be openly shot on sight or captured, interrogated, imprisoned, executed or deported; depending on the individual’s level of involvement in an act of terrorism.
Thirdly scrap or re-write PACE so that our police officers can act in a way that does allow them to protect and serve the public and not subjected to being bound and gagged by debilitating legislation.
We really do need to change our view that all criminals are just misunderstood members of society who lack opportunity; it’s simply a farce.
When in enough really enough? How many more people will have to be murdered by terrorists before Government finally pulls its head out of its backside and give the British people something akin to professional security?
I was asked the other day what I would do if I was the Prime Minister. I responded firstly by saying that the British people was in need of real democracy. Currently we simply have the democratically ability to elect a Government but after that process is finalized we are then faced with a dictatorship. This is perfectly obvious when you look at how the public are demanding a referendum on Europe and yet despite their calls Cameron refuses to do so – where is the democracy in ignoring the electorate?
Muslims Dominating the World – Muslim Rally in London
I would initiate an electronic referendum system through the internet where the public could vote on vital topics, such as pulling out of the EU, the scraping of the Human Rights Act, pulling out of the ECHR, closing the doors on immigration and other important issues, but especially allowing our security forces to hunt down and remove known terrorists, such as Anjem Choudary permanently. Again these decisions should not be made by a dictator but rather through a democratic referendum system; and in this age of telecommunications it is not that difficult to do.
Muslims and the Hate they show for anyone who doesn’t bow down to Islam
For now, the likes of Anjem Choudary will continue to chant his hatred and support Islamic terrorism in the UK and we, as he and other Islamic terrorists are fully aware, will have no choice but to accept this due to the continuing inadequacies of our Government.
Do you think it’s time to put an end to terrorism in the UK? What would you do to prevent terrorism? Have your say… leave your comments below.