Do you think ISIS gives two pins for your pathetic hashtags, prayers and candles? Stop waiting to be slaughtered and our leaders DO something!
Posted on July 16th, 2016

By KATIE HOPKINS FOR MAILONLINE  Courtesy Mailonline

Mohamed took a truck and drove it into men, women and children celebrating Bastille day in Nice. He killed 84.

And who yet knows of the horrors still to spew from hospital wards – lives fractured, crumpled, crushed.

One minute they were jubilant, locals and tourists alike celebrating Bastille day together. The next, lying splintered on the floor.

And the most sickening thing of all – worse than spilt blood, fractured bodies, children with legs contorted out of human control, the reek of death, is our horribly sanitised response to it all.

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People in Sydney gather for a solemn vigil in the wake of a suspected terror attack in France, where more than 80 were killed

Bastille Day attack in Nice: Terror unfolds in French Riviera

Evil mowed us down in a monster truck. And we tweeted like lethargic birds between Egyptian cotton sheets.

Celebrities rushed to social media with their message ‘not again’, designers comforted with a patriotic graphic, tea candles were lit and instagrammed. There will be a vigil in a public square. Again.

A hashtag is born #PrayForNice, exploding into a thousand others as people want to #PrayFor France or #PrayForHumanity, failing to acknowledge the horrible truth that this attack was done in some spurious god’s name. You want to pray for Nice? You think religion will help solve this?

Religion and its bonkers side-shoots are the problem.

Politicians tell us to stand united. The Prime Minister of France has said he will not allow the country to be destabilised. President Hollande reminds us terrorism will not be tolerated.

Well big news: France IS destabilised – in a perpetual state of Emergency. We do not stand united. We are divided, we are ripped apart. And yet we tolerate it every time.s

We do not stand strong. We sit like ducks. Waiting to be shot. Helpless, pathetic, slow.

We are reminded to be more tolerant. Liberal lefties takes to the airways lecturing at us, not to react. To remind us of the good and humanity in most people.

Muslim mayors stand and tell us we will be there, shoulder-to-shoulder with France, reminding us Mohamed has nothing to do with ordinary Muslims or Islam.

As with every other time, someone from the BBC informs us many of the victims will have been Muslim, as if that helps.

Trying to give credence to the notion Islam can’t be blamed because Muslims died too. And again, we hear a familiar refrain.

The suspect was known to the police – he had a ‘fiche S’ on his file marking his links to terror and ISIS.

He was a French national from Tunisia. (Why are they always French-Tunisians, never Tunisian/French? What do you think he called himself?)

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He was known to the police, but he was still able to get a truck and plough people down, laughing as he drove. Oblivious to (or enjoying?) the crunch of children, mums, dads, under his tyres, in his god’s name.

He was a French National because France – like Britain – is an extraordinarily tolerant nation; accepting of new, integrating migrants, opening its arms to welcome those from elsewhere.

Too tolerant. And that needs to stop.

Don’t spend three days in National mourning. Spend three days hunting down all those with ‘fiche S’ on their file and work out whether they really deserve a place in France.

Are they an asset or a liability? Are they part of a solution or the problem?

And if they are part of the problem get rid. Or at least get put under lock and key.

We voted to leave the EU and thank god we did. Free movement of people is also free movement of those will a file marked fiche S. Free movement of a suicide bomber. Or of a man who can laugh as he drives over children and destroys lives.

I am shouting for positive action. For something to be done. For countries to act against terror. Not sit and react amongst the carnage.

Predictably I am called Islamophobic.

A phobia is an irrational fear of something. Like spiders. Or men in speedos.

I am not Islamophobic. I have an entirely RATIONAL fear based on the fact these horrors find home in some form of that religion. I have no hate. Only a powerful intolerance of those who murder.

And I look to the people of France and tell them. Do not light a candle, hold a vigil in a public square or share a hashtag. Do not stand united against terror or spend three days mourning.

Catalan politicians hold a minute of silence outside the Generalitat Palace in Spain, the day after the attack

Catalan politicians hold a minute of silence outside the Generalitat Palace in Spain, the day after the attack

Take all this emotion and bundle it into energy for action, for change.

This is not sustainable. We are not bowling pins. Ready to be knocked down and replaced by the the naive, the believers in multiculturalism. Imagining there is tolerance.

Your hashtags and pretty pictures might make you feel better. But they solve nothing. You are self-medicating on nonsense.

We need action. We need all those ‘known’ to the police with a fiche S – links to terror and ISIS rounded up. Secured. Locked down. We need to deport those we can’t control, control those we can’t deport.

France needs to change tack.

The enemy knows you talk about unity while holding a tea candle. They laugh at you as they run you over in a truck or open fire in your restaurants or clubs.

You cannot continue to be tolerant. You, the French, are broken. We are broken.

And until we acknowledge that we will not get well.

A few months ago doctors needed to fracture my skull to cure me of epilepsy. And now we need to mend ourselves. Not just heal.

We need to go through more pain to end it this terminal threat of attack.

We need action. Not reaction. We don’t need liberals preaching tolerance.

We don’t need another hashtag. Don’t #PrayForNice like sheep waiting to be slaughtered. Do something.

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2 Responses to “Do you think ISIS gives two pins for your pathetic hashtags, prayers and candles? Stop waiting to be slaughtered and our leaders DO something!”

  1. mario_perera Says:

    I am not moved by this lady’s rant. It is totally one-sided

    French-Tunisian or Tunisian-French…what difference does it make. For those who know French history, the countries called the Maghreb lived under the French boot for centuries. The horrors perpetrated on the Algerian people during the Franco-Algerian war defy the imagination. Even today when that diabolical war is evoked people commit murder on the streets.

    And what about all the nations that lived under the white man’s boot? Skinned of everything: their land, their livelihood, and their very lives. Think about the world wars that were the affairs of the white men, for which all their colonies had to pay the price once again with their lives.

    The white man occupied and plundered the lands of others. They exported massive labour to their colonies to engage in industries that filled their coffers. Then they also imported massive labour to do the menial work their own nationals considered to be below their status. The French-Jewish singer Enrico Marcias put it graphically in his song.

    Ils construisent des maisons
    Qu’ils n’habiteront jamais
    Les étrangers
    Qui s’exilent pour leurs enfants
    Ils affrontent les dangers
    Pour de modestes projets
    Les étrangers
    Qui nous laissent indifférents
    Regardez les flâner le soir
    Cherchant en vain l’amitié d’un regard
    Que de mépris sur leur chemin
    Leur Amérique est encore loin

    Que ferions-nous s’ils s’en allaient
    Je suis certain qu’on les regretterait
    Apportons-leur un peu de joie
    Notre Amérique leur doit bien ça
    Apportons-leur un peu de joie
    Notre Amérique leur doit bien ça
    Ils construisent nos maisons

    They build homes they will never dwell in…they live in exile for the sake of their children….They confront dangers for meager earnings….Foreigners who leave us indifferent…look at them wandering aimlessly on alien soil…looking in vain for a friendly smile….only contempt to greet them…their el dorado seems so far away….what will we do should they go…we will only regret….let us bring them a little happiness, which is their due…they built for us our homes.

    Lady, ingratitude is ingrained in you, as with your kind. Give them all you took from them and you will not have to tell them to go. They will run away from your contemptuous presence.

    Yes, give them back what you took from them…give them back especially their sense of pride, the pride they lost when they cleaned your shit from your toilet bowl.

    Mario Perera
    Kadawata

  2. Kumari Says:

    I agree with Mario.

    Even now the people of middle east experience the white man’s evil experiments on a daily basis. The middle eastern countries have history and culture. They are proud of their past until the white man started their barbaric experiments of plundering wealth. Stop meddling with the rest of the world and that would be the best security for all.

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