Yesterday there was an Islamic terrorist bombing at a pop concert at Manchester’s massive arena. The concert was attended thousands of teenaged girls, some even younger, and their parents.
They were nail bombs, designed not just to kill, but to blind and disfigure.
Did you really need to wait until the police announced that the suspect was a 23-year-old Muslim man?
Before that, though, CNN briefly aired a theory that this was a “right wing” attack, to frame Muslims.
Later, when the inevitable truth came out, the Independent declared:
"There's only one way Britain should respond to attacks such as Manchester. That is by carrying on exactly as before”
Really? Those 22 victims and 59 wounded, and their families, can’t do that.
Ordinary people care. But not the professionals — the press, the politicians, the police, the prosecutors, the professors. They care more about their doctrines of open borders and multiculturalism and Islamification.
As usual, the professionals are policing any sign of “hate” or a “backlash.” But where has there ever been one?
What they really mean is: Don’t have a discussion about Islam.
There is a massive hate crime wave, but it is perpetrated by Muslims against the west, against women, and now against children.
After their obligatory vigils and Facebook photos looking pensive, the professionals will move right along to the next boatload of “refugees”.
Until the next attack...
By the way: Our excellent Rebel UK team, including Tommy Robinson and Caolan Robertson, are in Manchester right now, talking to eyewitnesses and others in the community.
See all their reports at ManchesterTerror.com
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