Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Britain - The "weakest link in the Western chain"

With Londonistan is its capital, there's no doubt of that.

I've always been concerned about where Britain's Muslim MP's loyalties lie. With their recent demands in a letter to Blair, they showed their true allegiance.

When British authorities broke up an alleged plot to blow up multiple aircraft over the Atlantic Ocean -- the "moderate" Muslim establishment in Britain published an aggressive open letter to Prime Minister Tony Blair.

It suggested that Blair could better fight terrorism if he recognized that current British government policy, especially with regard to "the debacle of Iraq," provides "ammunition to extremists." The letter writers demanded he change his foreign policy to "make us all safer." One prominent signatory, Labour MP Sadiq Khan, added that Blair's reluctance to criticize Israel increased the pool of people from which terrorists can recruit.

In other words, Islamists working within the system exploited the thwarted Islamist terror plot to pressure the British government to implement their joint wishes and reverse British policy in the Middle East. Lawful Islamists shamelessly leveraged the near-death of thousands to forward their agenda.

Read the whole thing but here's the conclusion.

And here's another reconsideration: while I maintain that the future of Europe -- whether continuing in its historic Christian identity or becoming an adjunct of Muslim North Africa -- is still an open question, the behavior of the British public, that weakest link in the Western chain, suggests that it, at least, may be too confused to resist its Londonistan destiny.

Which may explain why Britian puts up with Muslim appeasement. It didn't work before and it won't work today.

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