Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Well That'll Save 'Ya From The Jihad



In the wake of the horrific Jihad attacks in Brussels, Belgians have hit on a novel way of stopping Islamic terrorism, by drawing love messages and making peace signs on the streets.




Here's a beautiful heart. Maybe that'll stop the Jihad.




And what about a Peace Sign. Get scared, Jihad.




Perhaps a peace rally in Molenbeek itself, Europe's very own Islamic terror HQ, will do the trick. Watch out, ISIS, run for the hills. Well, they are, but that's because Russia's bombing them, you know, with bombs, not peace symbols.

Don't get me wrong, sympathy for the terrorist's victims is surely good, as is a desire for peace. Well done, but so too is a realistic understanding of a real threat, Islamic terrorism, which arises from the nature of Islam itself and the example of its founder.




Winston Churchill was ignored and scorned for asking Parliament to read Mein Kampf and recognize the Nazi threat. The same thing holds true for the Koran and the Hadith. Pretending otherwise won't bring peace but it's exact opposite.




In the meanwhile, as we appease...

ISIS laughs,

LSP

19 comments:

LL said...

The best way to deal with the terror threat is to eliminate it completely.

LSP said...

Spoken like a professional.

LSP said...

And... youngest sister this evening, "I thought Brussels was some sort of vegetable." Well done, BW.

Mattexian said...

Maybe this will cause more than a few grandparents who fought in the Resistance, to unbury any sidearms and use them again in defence of King and country.

lukeya said...

Well my old dad was in the Resistance but he'd be 95 if he was still around. Too late I fear.....

Fredd said...

Lt. Col Ralph Peters hit the nail on the head when he said yesterday "winning hearts and minds is not getting it done, we need to splatter those hearts and minds all over the landscape."

Pure poetry. I wish I had said that.

LSP said...

Funny you should say that, Mattexian. When I was a kid, in Oxford, I was digging about in a friend's garden and up came a rifle. Must've been a WW2 "bring back."

LSP said...

Respect to your dad, Lukeya.

LSP said...

Fredd, to quote a friend from England, "So much for plucky little Belgium, because nothing stops a suicide bomber like a peace sign and a chorus of 'Imagine.'"

Fredd said...

Pastor: perhaps warm up with a few choruses of "Kumbaya," and then close them with a heart wrenching rendition of one of your fellow UK bloke John Lennon's "Give Peace a Chance."

Come to think of it, I believe it was John Lennon who inked "Imagine" as well. Looks like he's 0 - 2 in the 'hearts and minds' of filthy, evil suicide bombers. He should have tried harder, if you ask me. What a slacker.

LSP said...

As I understand it, Fredd, John Lennon was shot because someone read Catcher in the Rye. I haven't worked out the causal connection. For hanging out with super talent Yoko? Sure, I'd get that, for being King of the Hippies? Understandable, but the Salinger novel? That's opaque to me.

Mattexian said...

I would hope that a spirit of resistance would be passed down to their children and grandchildren, along with those arms and the wisdom of using them. Much like that Mike & the Mechanics song "Silent Running" says, "There's a gun and ammunition, just inside the doorway; use it only in emergency."

Hopefully they would not behave like the Irish who recently uncovered a cache of rifles from before the Easter Uprising, turning them over to the police, and the police returning them with a note that the firearms were old enough to qualify as antiques under UK law. I fear the Mausers will be rendered into awkward, wall-hanging clubs, just because that spirit of armed yeomanry is gone from the isles.

LSP said...

Now i want to get a Mauser, Mattexian.

Mattexian said...

I got mine, a Swede, a couple decades ago, when they cleared out their armories; grabbed it for less than a C-note. Now I don't think you can find one for less than three, like the Yugo-made M48 and M24/47 available from Mitchell's Mausers. http://www.mauser.org/

I also lucked out grabbing a battle pack of surplus ammo for it for about the same price, as any ammo for it now is premium hunting loads, and only in the big stores. Definitely not a caliber found in a country store.

Michael Peterson said...

I recall after 9/11, I walked past the US Consultate in Toronto every day, and by 9/11 plus two there were so many flowers piled up that I could smell them as I left the subway two blocks away. I don't think the flowers do anything to deter the bad guys, but it's a human way of saying that we're not the bad guys. I can relate.
Personally I'd be happier of more people also loudly demanded that their countries increase their defines spending, but ...

LSP said...

I'll check the link, Mattexian. I've fired a few and might get one as a counterpart to the Lees.

LSP said...

I agree, Padre.

Alan said...

I think its worth considering that only a small splinter faction of Islam based in the Middle East that endorses the Brussels atrocities or the massacre of Pakistani Christians. It's more a case of as was sowed by the United State and Britain, so one shall reap, when we consider Western policy in the region over the last decade and a half and the intervention in Afghanistan in the name of women's (or 'wimmin's) literacy programmes.

LSP said...

Our Middle Eastern policy has been a rip-roaring success, that's for sure.