Saturday, June 27, 2015

UK Government and media partly responsible for British deaths in Tunisia


After the massacre of tourists at the Bardo museum in Tunisia in March the Tunisian government launched their "I will come to Tunisia this summer" campaign to promote tourism to the country.
ISIS made their own intentions clear in multiple messages like those above, and their response yesterday proved their intent. Sadly, of the 38 people killed a disproportionate number were British tourists.

Those tourists would certainly not have seen the warnings posted by ISIS because the British government and media continues to cover up for, and deny, the threat of Islamic terrorism and the mainstream Islamic ideology that underpins it everywhere. That same politically correct refusal to acknowledge reality and warn people accordingly meant, for example, that the tourists would almost have certainly been oblivious to the following relevant facts when they chose their holiday destination:
  • They were going to an Islamic country during Ramadan - the time of year when Muslim terrorists believe they have a special duty to launch attacks on 'infidels'. ISIS had even specifically threatened to attack tourists in Tunisia during Ramadan.
  • In addition to the attack in March there was a suicide bombing in October 2013 at the very same resort (Sousse) that was attacked yesterday. Moreover, in recent years Islamists in Tunisia have carried out multiple terrorist attacks against both foreigners and 'secular' Tunisians. These attacks (such as the one on a synagogue as recently as 2014) are simply ignored by the British media.
  • Tunisia has by far the largest foreign contingent of ISIS fighters in Syria and Iraq (estimated at 20,000) and because of the large numbers going the Tunisian government recently stopped a further 5,000 leaving meaning that at least 5,000 known ISIS member were in the country.
  • After the 'Arab spring' (which actually started in Tunisia) in their first 'democratic' elections the Tunisians voted for a hard-line Islamist government. That means over half of the Tunisian population supports the political objectives of ISIS. Although the government fell in 2014 (replaced by a more moderate regime) Tunisia remains deeply divided between the more secular residents of the major cities and Islamic fundamentalists who dominate everywhere else (incidentally secularists and fundamentalists are all totally united in their hatred of Jews and Israel - another fact the British government and media will not acknowledge).
I am certainly not suggesting people should be frightened away from visiting places because of the threats of terrorism. But it is interesting that, while millions of Brits holiday in Islamic Mediterranean countries - where they are regarded as disgusting infidels by the bulk of the population and where there is a real and imminent terrorist threat to them -  only a handful of (non-Jewish) Brits ever visit Israel.  This is mainly because of the perception - again promoted by the government and media - that it is Israel which is the place to be avoided for reasons including the terrorist threat. Yet, while Muslim terrorists certainly continue to target native Israelis, attacks targeting foreign tourists have been almost non-existent because of effective Israeli security. Contrast this with 'security' in the Muslim countries where, in most cases, the 'security' people have been working with the terrorists when attacks happened.

While the government and media continue to peddle the 'Islam is a religion of Peace' lie and the 'Islamic terrorism has nothing to do with Islam' lie, uninformed Brits will continue to be murdered for believing it. And that includes Brits in the UK, like Palmira Silva who was beheaded in London in 2014 by Nicholas Salvador whose conversion to Islam and obsession with ISIS prior to the attack was not only ignored at the time by friends and police, but was 'written out' of almost every media report of his trial last week (even this one ignores his conversion to Islam). And by refusing to accept the role of Islam in motivating such terrorist acts, they can always be passed off as 'acts of insanity' - which is exactly why Salvador was found not guilty of murder. And so the cover-up continues...

Postscript: Tunisia has announced it will close 80 mosques in response to yesterday's attack. So their government understands the reality of Islamic ideology a lot better than the British government who would never dare close a mosque, no matter how many terrorists are incited to violence from its preachers. Indeed, Cameron again asserted that yesterdays' multiple Islamic attacks had 'absolutely nothing to do with Islam'.

UPDATE: Imagine if the Tunisian attack had been by a Palestinian on Tel Aviv beach ....

7 comments:

Denis said...

I can't agree more. Last Friday, Cameron bravely indicated that many Muslims were complikcit in the violence. But yesterday he said 'Islam is a religion of peace'. They are so confused they should not be running a country. By which I mean most politicians and pretty well all people in the churches (and not a few in the synagogues). It is literally killing us.

Denis MacEoin

Edgar Davidson said...
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Edgar Davidson said...

Denis - the extent of denial by the political and media class is indeed literally killing us now. And of course the same is true in France where yesterday's killer was known to be an Islamic terrorist but they removed him from the watchlist - exactly the same as the terrorist in the Paris kosher shop killings in January. Political correctness above the lives of people. And I have heard (on authority) that in Holland they are now accepting for asylum any person who can prove they are from Syria irrespective of their 'political/religious affiliation'. The rational for this is that the Dutch view it is too high a risk to any person tobe returned to Syria. The notion that there may be any risk to the people of Holland in not checking out who these people are is simply not considered.

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md2112 said...

I believe you are mistaken in regards to Church members, sir.
Along with a few confidants, I've found considerable time to educate myself on Quranic doctrines, and I assure you, I and my friends find its teachings and those of the Hadiths to be blatantly Satanic.
Best Wishes

md2112 said...

I believe you are mistaken in regards to Church members, sir.
Along with a few confidants, I've found considerable time to educate myself on Quranic doctrines, and I assure you, I and my friends find its teachings and those of the Hadiths to be blatantly Satanic.
Best Wishes

md2112 said...

I believe you are mistaken in regards to Church members, sir.
Along with a few confidants, I've found considerable time to educate myself on Quranic doctrines, and I assure you, I and my friends find its teachings and those of the Hadiths to be blatantly Satanic.
Best Wishes