Friday 6 July 2018

A 'Duty to Hate Britain'

A prophet is not without honour, but in his own country.
I hope I write well but on the subject of migrants I cannot write better than Douglas Murray, Deputy Editor of the Spectator and a prophet. He is almost the only prophetic voice in modern England, which is in her greatest danger for centuries. On the subject of immigration the media and almost every other public figure there deal in lies and cowardly evasions. 

I really do recommend you read his masterful account of the career of tube bomber Ahmed Hassan who came close to murdering a lot of people in London in September. Some brief quotations:
At Brooklands College in July 2017, Ahmed Hassan was awarded a prize as "student of the year". He used the £20 Amazon voucher he received to purchase the first of the ingredients he needed to build his bomb...

At every stage, the British state helped Hassan in every way it could. It took in a person who had no right to be in the country -- who indeed had entered the

country illegally. It housed him, fed him, educated him and encouraged him. He repaid this by building a bomb at the home of his foster parents and trying
to bring carnage to the rush-hour commuters on the London Underground. Now that Hassan has been tried, convicted and sentenced for his crime, the British people may be surprised at the priorities of the authorities who are meant to keep them safe. But at the final stage of that process, the state produced one final insult against the people of the country.

....This is how The Honourable Mr Justice Haddon-Cave concluded his sentencing on March 23:

Finally, Ahmed Hassan, let me say this to you. You will have plenty of time to study the Qur'an in prison in the years to come. You should understand that the Qur'an is a book of peace; Islam is a religion of peace. The Qur'an and Islam forbid anything extreme, including extremism in religion. Islam forbids breaking the "law of the land" where one is living or is a guest. Islam forbids terrorism (hiraba). The Qur'an and the Sunna provide that the crime of perpetrating terror to "cause corruption in the land" is one of the most severe crimes in Islam. So it is in the law of the United Kingdom. You have, therefore, received the most severe of sentences under the law of this land. You have violated the Qur'an and Islam by your actions, as well as the law of all civilized people. It is to be hoped that you will come to realise this one day. Please go with the officers.

First, what business is it of a judge to make such a statement? Why should Mr Justice Haddon-Cave think that being a judge in a British court also permits him to expound on Islamic theology? And what if he is wrong in his theological pronouncements? What if it is not the case that Islam "forbids anything extreme"? What if a lot of British subjects who are not Muslims discover that this judge is telling an untruth? What if he is wrong, and that the cure for a jihadist like Ahmed Hassan is not in fact confinement with the Quran and Sunna?


  1. The problem with Britain is that your own rulers, your political establishment, your elites, believe that they have a duty to hate Britain.

    All western countries have problems with their elites but Britain is unique in having elites that are not merely treacherous and corrupt but motivated by seething hatred.

    There don't seem to be any Britons left with quaint old-fashioned beliefs, like believing they have a duty to love their country. Even your "far right" "nationalists" don't seem to love Britain. Although some of them certainly love Israel.

    1. I agree with this except that I don't think I know much about 'far right' nationalists. There are none in Parliament. UKIP is certainly not far right. I know very little about the BNP but I doubt they love Jews. In any case, the BNP is of no importance except as a bugbear with which to frighten children. In a strange Orwellian way the existence of fascist grouplets bolsters the pro-immigration establishment in each European country.

    2. I was thinking of people like Tommy Robinson and Anne Marie Waters. They seem a bit too pro-Israel for my liking. And in general they seem to support the sort of cultural marxism that has done so much to wreck Britain. I'm inclined to think that they're not the kinds of nationalists who actually love their own countries.

      But maybe I'm hyper-suspicious of them because I see the poz as being a greater threat than immigration.

    3. UKIP is certainly not far right

      You have to wonder why UKIP even bothers these days. UKIP was a one-man band. It was the Nigel Farage Show. Once Nigel lost interest they were finished.

      It's quite bizarre that Britain is incapable of producing any genuine nationalist movement beyond tiny fringe groups.

      In a strange Orwellian way the existence of fascist group lets bolsters the pro-immigration establishment in each European country.

      One can't help wondering if those fascist grouplets are actually entirely composed of police informants. It used to be said that the entire membership of the Ku Klux Klan consisted of FBI informers. I imagine that the various European secret police are actively involved in these fascist grouplets as agents provocateurs. In Britain the tiny nationalist groups are probably all Special Branch officers.

      Put it this way. If those evil neo-fascists didn't exist it would be necessary to invent them. That is probably exactly what has happened.

  2. I have no problem with migrants... As long as they are Romanians, Bulgarians, Serbs and Greeks; good Orthodox Christian people...