Thursday, 25 May 2017


In WW2, we fought against invasion by a power which was seeking domination and with an evil agenda, and which was prepared to bomb us.  

Today we have virtually the same thing. An attempted invasion by a religio-political system which is prepared to bomb us.

What are our leaders doing about it, particularly as they have invited the enemy in, unlike in WW 2, when we successfully kept them out. 

Having a minutes silence.
Lighting candles, holding vigils.
Preaching tolerance instead of identifying the enemy.
Repeating the mantra that Islam is a religion of peace.
"Reaching out" to Muslim 'communities'
Attempting the impossible by trying to merge Islam with other "faith communities"
Making it a criminal offence to tell the truth about what is happening if it offends Muslims.

Chancellor Angela Merkel, Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, French President Emmanuel Macron, Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven, Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel, Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and the head of the European Commission, Jean Claude Juncker, have one thing is common: they are all childless, and therefore may have a slightly different view of how to pass on a society to the next generation ?

Do you think that this may affect their approach to the war we are engaged in, Nylon ?

Possibly a bit extreme, but I do not think so.

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