Islam suicide bombing May 22, 2017 Manchester

Political leaders stock phrases, much like a copied form letter to the public will be scorned by citizens world-wide, and most notably by Islamic ideologues. Here they are…vowed to fight terrorism…My heart is…our thoughts are…shared emotion[s] and full solidarity…be vigilant…the attack…“abominable crime”…cowardly form…utmost vigilance…confronted with a threat…

“incomprehensible”…strengthen our determination…unites…our thoughts are with the victims…sending condolences… defeat [terrorism] everywhere.”

anti-terror cooperation”…condemn the attack…“deeply shocked”[at] “this appalling act of terrorism…”…heartfelt condolences…sympathies..feels shocked…filled with sorrow…extend our sincere sympathies… message of solidarity… firmly standing together…difficult time… appalled… “barbaric and cowardly attack…heartbreak… stands united…be firm, determined…ready to confront terror swiftly and decisively wherever and whenever it manifests itself…never surrender..support…

The following is a carbon copy of carbon copies by Canada’s Prime Minister, Canadians are shocked by the news of the horrific attack in Manchester tonight. Please keep the victims & their families in your thoughts.”

Please observe, after sympathies are done, what is the news? What concerted actions have you seen that actually stops Islamic terrorism? What major gains are recorded or in media that can be called a victory? There is none.

Is the president of the United Stated of America dancing with Egyptians a victory? Is selling the Muslim world billions of dollars worth of arms a victory?

While Canadian citizens are fighting legislative bills like M103 in order not to be shut up over honest criticism of Islamic totalitarianism, our political leaders offer – nothing, nothing but emotional platitudes without intellectual content and no plan to defeat continued domestic Islamic encroachments and direct attacks.

It is up to citizens to speak out and fight these obvious failings.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About Ted Harlson

Born in lower Central B.C., I grew up in the lakes and mountains of the Okanagan. I've traveled in many Canadian cities, settling in Toronto mid 1980's where I married my lovely wife, Rose. Thanks to Ayn Rand's books and ideas, we have a happy and productive life, both with careers we enjoy! Life is a joy!