Trump: worse than ISIS

Two stories from the Telegraph. The first:

US diplomats have dropped plans for Donald Trump to conduct a visit to Britain in January amid a war of words between the two countries’ leaders.

Mr Trump, the US president, had been penciled in for a ‘working visit’ in the first month of 2018 to formally open America’s new London embassy.

The trip, a scaled down version of a state visit with no meeting with the Queen, was intended to allow Mr Trump to come to the UK while avoiding the mass protests a full state visit would likely trigger.

The second:

Proposals to offer extremists including returning jihadists taxpayer-funded housing and help into work are a “fundamental error” amounting to bribes to potential terrorists, it has been claimed.

The Home Office is looking at a new strategy to reintegrate extremists that could even see them propelled to the top of council house waiting lists if needed.

Under pilot schemes being looked at, police and local authorities would assess extremists formerly investigated as suspects by the security services to see what danger they pose and what it would take to help reintegrate them into society.

It appears that the US president retweeting videos deemed racist is enough to bring MPs onto our television sets calling him “evil” and to motivate enough Brits to protest his planned visit such that it gets cancelled. Meanwhile, those who have actively and gleefully taken part in some of the most evil savagery the world has seen in quite some time will be allowed to enter the UK permanently and avail themselves of goods and services funded by the ordinary taxpayer.

I don’t know if those protesting Trump are the same people happy to give jihadists council houses as part of their “reintegration” into a society they were never part of, but I am certain that there is a large overlap. Whoever they are, this cohort seems to be doing a good job of setting the agenda as far as media and politics go. This in turn raises the following question: are these people acting with a sizeable backing of the British population?

If not, and they keep going in this direction, eventually they’ll end up hanging from lamposts with their flesh carved off.

If they are, and the British people are actually on-board with this, then the country is absolutely, well and truly, down-the-road fucked.

Either way, this will not end well.

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17 thoughts on “Trump: worse than ISIS

  1. And the political elite still wonder why so many voted Brexit (and Trump) and refuse to change their minds.

  2. My daughter, living and working in London has confessed that she cannot talk to most of her friends about all this sort of stuff.

    She would fit in here and therefore does not fit in in London. The whole western/anglo-saxon world is going to the dogs as my late father used to say.

    Everything back-to-front and proud of it.

  3. If they are, and the British people are actually on-board with this, then the country is absolutely, well and truly, down-the-road fucked.

    I’m not sure if ‘on-board with this’ is the right way to describe the mood of the British people. ‘Pathetically prepared to accept any humiliation in a bovine fashion’ might be more accurate.

    Although I know many many ‘liberals’ who will say that both no Trump and hand outs to murderous primitives are A Good Thing.

    In other news, Britain’s Muslim population could triple by 2050, a new report says.

    So yes. Fucked. Every way you look.

  4. I thought his tweet would intentionally rub up Amber Rudd the wrong way, she probably warned him that he faces a 15 year stretch for viewing on line right wing extremism.

    Rudd, May and the whole stinking lot of the British elite don’t want a safer Britain they want a more authoritarian one. Brexit, don’t make me fucking laugh.

    The recent UK campaign for public safety been taught in schools, “Run, Hide & Tell” says it all about the unfortunate dystopian nightmare that Mud Island has become.

  5. “I don’t know if those protesting Trump are the same people happy to give jihadists council houses”

    They will be. The naivete and gullibility of the left, particularly the young left, knows no limits.

    Trust me, I know a few of them and am constantly amazed at the stuff they come out with. “Of course jihadists should be allowed back in and helped, because Syria. And if you disagree you’re obviously a racist.” That’s a sample of the level of their understanding.

  6. It is indeed a racist vid – a video of racist intimidation and violence. But it’s racist in the opposite way to which the vestment-rending lefties consider it to be racist.

    Cos it’s racist to point out racist violence when it’s being carried out on the insufficiently-melanined. Obvs….. :/

  7. “The recent UK campaign for public safety been taught in schools, “Run, Hide & Tell” says it all . . .”

    Seriously?

    If I had to think of three words that characterize the absolute worst traits I could have ever taught my kids, those would work.

  8. Sometimes I find myself wondering if I should at some point return permanently to the UK. Then I read stories like these and they happily confirm my decision never to do so.

    As you say Tim, it’s not going to end well.

  9. Everyone needs a home to build their bombs in. You know I always did enjoy that term “Perfidious Albion” but I never entertained the idea that England would act that way towards her own people.

  10. It should be mentioned that the videos trump tweeted are not what he said they were. The one of a Muslim immigrant assaulting a Dutch boy on crutches was just two Dutch boys. The teenager thrown off a building happened in war time, when things like they do happen.

    I’m not defending Islam, but trump’s behavior probably hurts those of us who make valid arguments about the incompatibility of Islam and the West.

  11. “Seriously?”

    Absolutely, we will not protect you from harm but we will hunt you down and arrest you if you post on line about those that will harm you, 1984 or what? Its not exactly we will fight them on the beaches kind of stuff is it. As I was saying on last weeks trans phobic pronoun infraction threads I estimate that the subversion of our western society is substantially complete and is now near the end of the crisis phase.

    Demoralise, destabilise, crisis, normalisation.

  12. @JuliaM
    If he survives the constant verbal, legal, and potentially physical assault from the other side.

  13. She would fit in here and therefore does not fit in in London.

    That’s one of the reasons I left London for Texas, where my safety is my own responsibility – with a little help from Herr Glock (and a few dozen of his close friends).

  14. Run, Hide, Tell and Drop Your Shopping Bag

    Scotland Yard tweeted out that people should get into the nearest building and huddle for shelter. This caused people to run into the nearest pub or restaurant. The terrified populace was hiding in the cellars of these businesses. A BBC producer described the panic:

    There was a mass stampede of people running and trying to get away as quickly as they could. They were crying, they were screaming, they were dropping their shopping bags. It was a very panicked scene. A couple of people said they thought it was a gunshot or a fire.

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