“Diversity is indeed a strength, not a threat.” That’s a line from the Queen’s Christmas message in 2004. “I love the diversity of London — I just feel comfortable.” That’s a line from the former immigration minister Barbara Roche in 2011. “Our priority as a government must always be to keep people safe.” That’s a line from the British Home Secretary Amber Rudd in 2017.
Racial and religious enrichment
All three women are suicide-mommas promoting an insane and deadly liberalism. All of them bear some responsibility for the suicide-bombing in Manchester on 22nd May 2017. But give Barbara Roche her due: unlike the other two, she was speaking the truth. She does indeed love an atomized society, because it fulfils her deepest political ambition: “to combat anti-semitism and xenophobia in general.” Roche is Jewish and feels paranoid in a homogeneous White society. That’s why she worked so hard to open Britain’s borders to the Third World under the traitorous Tony Blair.
And if the glorious project of racial and religious enrichment goes wrong, Barbara can always seek refuge in Israel, where her Jewish identity gives her an automatic right of citizenship. But let’s suppose that Salman Abedi, the British citizen responsible for the Manchester vibrancy, had wanted to take a short holiday in Israel to soak up some sun and enjoy some of that famous Israeli courtesy and charm.
Would he have been granted a tourist visa? No, not a chance. He was on terrorist watch-lists maintained by both British and American intelligence, so we can be absolutely certain that Israel would have refused him entry. Israel would also have refused his Libyan parents entry if they’d tried to claim asylum as refugees when they escaped the Gaddafi regime. Israel’s government really does make it a “priority” “to keep people safe.” Read more »