Political Correctness is Devouring Britain

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Political Correctness is Devouring Britain

The headline: “It Is Possible The Motive Of The Latest London Subway Bombing May Never Be Known.” This after the bombing attempt aboard a London commuter train last week that injured twenty-nine riders. It’s a stupid comment and reflects an exercise in official denial. Of course we know the motive for the attack. It’s another attempt by Islamic Jihadists, to propagate the faith through fear. The attackers, now in custody, have simply followed the demands written in the Koran (Qur’an) by a camel jockey named Mohammed, who fancied himself a ‘prophet’ of God and who would gladly cut your head off if you disagreed with him. Now, his followers will gladly  do it for him. Good ol’’ “Mo” used a sword. This current lot have planes, cars and bombs.

The muslim mayor of London, responding to a Trump Tweet on the subject Tweeted: “Trumps ignorant view of Islam could make both our countries less safe. It risks alienating mainstream muslims. London has proved him (Trump) wrong.”  Everything here is denial. The London Police know exactly what the motive is but political correctness is preventing them from saving the UK from the barbaric ravages of the followers of this 7th Century inbred. The Mayor mentioned risking alienating muslims…well, no, I don’t think so. To be alienated, one must have wanted to assimilate with his new culture, not come ready to destroy it. They are already alienated by the Koran they read. There can be no moderate muslims, only inactive ones waiting to be activated.

For some reason the British government has cast off any pretense of preserving democracy, British law and culture. Even their famous dedication to free speech is in peril, all to rush headlong into Islamic appeasement in fear of having their own heads cut off. Is it a guilt trip from decades of colonialism that demands British officials invite the desert denizens of Islam and Shariah law, to their “Scepter’d Isle”, the uncivilized third world creatures with barbaric concepts, wanting to establish a ”Caliphate,” by fear or force if necessary, in the home country?  

An overabundance of third world inbreds, lacking any of the modern social refinements gifted to them by a Colonial Britain, have come here to replace British culture and law’s, and rewrite Britain’s contribution to western civilization. They accomplish this by demanding acceptance through fear, of their ignorant and base barbaric laws that are polar opposites to British culture.

Colonialism, its negative effects aside, still improved these people’s lives and left them far better off than they ever were under the Ottoman Turks, waring princelings, religious war lords and local tribal despots. Britain brought order, stability and even the rule of law to Asia and Africa, and it has all been rejected for barbarism.

Free speech in Great Britain is now being criminalized. Leftists are saying that free speech (by native Britain’s) is promoting extreme stress and discomfort among immigrants, a negative trait that should be controlled. A Leftist Canadian professor of psychology, Lisa Feldman Barrett claims: If words can cause stress, and if prolonged stress can cause physical harm, then it seems that speech — at least certain types of speech (anti-Islamic) — can be forced out of the public discourse. The Left takes her at her word and the cry of “Islamaphobe, racist and hater” quickly drives the offender into the arms of the law.

The London Mayor, is an Islamic and naturally defensive of gains Islam has made in Great Britain. Those gains are protected by a bodyguard of lies, employing even non muslims, i.e.: politicians, courts and policemen to force general compliance to Islam’s dictates. The British had best comply with the subjugation now under way of face jail. It’s as simple as that.  

Remember, freedom is the goal, the Constitution is the way. Now, go get ‘em! (19Sep17)

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Amidst all the talk among Democrats and the Media that the Trump election and presidency is a one off that will soon be remedied by a Democrat wave — there is actually evidence to suggest that just the opposite will ring true in 2018. For example, look at upstart Pennsylvania Congressional candidate Justin Simmons, who is running to be the GOP nominee in the 15th District. Simmons, 31, currently represents PA State House District 131 and was planning to mount a Conservative challenge to seven term incumbent Rep. Charlie Dent in the Spring 2018 Primary. That was until Dent abruptly announced his retirement, opening the door for 35 year old Ryan Mackenzie to enter the now open race, a race that could prove to be a battle between conflicting wings of the Republican Party.

Simmons recently called in to FYNTV’s Good Morning from the Office for an exclusive interview regarding his initial decision to run, the surprise of Dent’s retirement, and the differences between himself and Mackenzie.

Simmons made it clear from the beginning that his motivation to run was the dissatisfaction among Conservatives in the 15th District with Dent, as evidenced by the recent rally in protest of the seven term Congressman. According to Simmons, “just his voting record alone is bad enough… then going on MSNBC, CNN, The Washington Post, and The New York Times… being the go to Republican to rip Donald Trump and Conservatives,” had angered voters in the district won by both Donald Trump and Charlie Dent. However, Dent had spoken out aggressively against Trump during the campaign, refusing to endorse him and frequently criticizing him after his inauguration.

“I was never fully on board with Charlie, I always knew he was pro-choice and supported taxpayer funded abortion… but he was fiscally Conservative at first,” said Simmons, adding “as time went on he just got more Liberal.”

The news of Dent’s sudden announcement to retire was a surprise to the Simmons team, although he insists they were “ecstatic” and this it was a “victory” because it creates a chance to elect a Conservative representative. However, it has created a brand new dynamic with the entry of Mackenzie, setting up a race described by The Morning Call as a “Hatfield’s and McCoy’s race” between what they described as two longtime rivals. Although Simmons dismissed the “Hatfield’s and McCoy’s” comparison he did elaborate on what he sees as the differences between him and the only other declared candidate.

Ryan and I have worked together on a lot of good issues. The difference between Ryan and I, is Ryan is establishment and I am not. I got my foray into politics by taking on a Liberal Republican, I took on the party and I took on the establishment. Ryan Mackenzie, he came into politics, his Dad was the former chair of the party, he was very connected. When he first ran for State House in the 134th District… there was a special election and the party hierarchy greased the skids for Ryan, they cleared the field in the special election for him, he hasn’t had an opponent since.

Simmons also described Mackenzie as Charlie Dent’s hand picked successor, which means he will be the beneficiary of the PA GOP fundraising network. However, Simmons described it as a negative because it means Mackenzie would be beholden to the moderate Republican structure of the state party and not the Trump Coalition that delivered PA to a Republican presidential candidate for the first time in a generation.

This race will be one of many that pits establishment Republicans against the new, Trump Republicans. In his recent interview with 60 Minutes, former White House strategist Steve Bannon made clear his intentions to target establishment Republicans in the 2018 Primary races. This has already manifested itself in races like the special election for Senate in Alabama, where incumbent Sen. Luther Strange was leading in polling until Bannon endorsed his opponent, former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court Roy Moore.

What’s more, the race in Pennsylvania will pit two millennial candidates, Mackenzie is 35 and Simmons is 31.

You can see Simmons’ entire interview here:

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