Monday, September 27, 2021

Video of the Week: Islamist Scumbags

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Andrew Neil rightly references “IS” for what it truly is: A bunch of “Islamist Scumbags”

 

In a 1:46 minute denunciation of the terrorists who killed 132 innocent people in Paris on the BBC’s This Week on Thursday, broadcaster Andrew Neil spoke for civilization in declaring that IS are nothing but “a bunch of loser Jihadists” and “scumbags”.

 

Islamist Scumbags
Andrew Neil used his platform on the BBC’s ‘This Week’ to refer to IS as “Islamist Scumbags”

 

Describing them as an operation whose antics “would shame the middle ages”, Neil stated:

 

“Well IS or dash or ISIS or ISIL or whatever name you’re going with, I’m sticking with IS as in Islamist Scumbags. I think the outcome is pretty clear to everybody but you. Whatever atrocities you are are currently committing, you will lose. In a thousand years time, Paris, that City of Lights, will be shining bright as will every other city like it, while you will be as dust along with the ragbag of Fascists, Nazis and Stalinists that previously dared to challenge democracy and failed”.

 

He is entirely right. Those that support IS may believe in the power of barbaric terrorism but like the IRA and others before them, their weakness is that good men will not stand by and do nothing. IS will be ground into the dirt and it be destroyed. It’s not a matter of if; it’s simply a matter of when.

 

 

 

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    6 COMMENTS

    1. As a first step we need to eradicate home grown threats. Whether that’s using increasing legislation or implementing the laws that we already have. The days that we leave religious groups well alone for fear of name calling are over. We have a right to know the impact of any religion on our laws, we have a right to question any religion to identify behaviour or teachings that again contravene our culture and laws. Watch “Welcome to the mosque” on channel 4 or BBC inlayer. Islamic schools are teaching our british kids segregation and alienation from the rest of society. Kids are not allowed to mix with others who are not followers, no wonder some hate us – its bred into them from the beginning. We are letting this happen to our kids under our noses. Freedom of speech, freedom of faith etc are only relevant if done within OUR law. Anyone supporting this insidious cult are in breach of our laws therefore should be arrested and detained under a “danger to the state”. I don’t want to hear that our Police services are “watching” potential threats I want to hear that they have arrested them. Anyone returning from Syria should have a lifetime ban imposed upon them. Integration or Deportation, no ifs no buts – We need to toughen up EVERYTHING. Rant over…..

      • British Muslim women is on tonight at 9pm on channel 4. I really want to bury my head and not know. But my behaviour is part of our problem. I suggest we all watch it even though it is going to be tough to watch and digest the information.

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