The Curmudgeon


Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Tough on the Non-Profitable Causes of Terrorism

Encouraging indications have emerged to the effect that extremist groups in Britain are not being funded by Iran, Russia, North Korea, Bashar al-Assad or Brussels. Had any of those less-than-British powers come under the smallest hint of suspicion, the race-baiting Clegg-pledger at the Home Office would have fallen over her tax avoidance to name and shame them, thereby handing to the Imperial Haystack and any Blairites it could summon to the flag their cue to start thumping the tub for a restorative bit of wog-bombing. Instead, the Clegg-pledging race-baiter has published a one-page summary of a long-delayed report which was originally commissioned by the late Head Boy during the Conservative administration of 2010-15, in return for the support of his little orange chums over wog-bombing Syria. The martyred St Timothy of Westmoreland has been huffing and puffing at the immorality of it all, presumably because the Deputy Conservatives appear to have negotiated that bargain almost as shrewdly as the stitch-up on parliamentary reform.

Despite the race-baiting Clegg-pledger's famous enthusiasm for naming names and shaming traitors, her summary treats with remarkable tact those enemies of Britain who throw money at the killers of innocent civilians; although it must in fairness be remembered that terrorists have killed rather fewer Britons this year than those champions of civilised values who were in charge of Grenfell Tower. Given the sudden attack of discretion on the part of a government not generally noted for its dignified aversion to foaming and squealing, we may assume that the threadbare "national security" fig-leaf is once again providing a token cover for the sins of Her Majesty's Government's favourite Islamic extremists, the head-chopping House of Saud; as well as for any emotionally vulnerable rotten apples among the security services who may inadvertently have married into terrorist organisations.


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