British PM’s Speech Specific About Radical Islamist Threat

British Prime Minister David Cameron delivered a remarkable and powerful speechMonday on combatting radical Islamist extremism, a topic many other Western leaders including President Obama avoid tackling head on.

Cameron, speaking at a Birmingham school, appropriately distinguished between “Islamist extremism” – a fundamentalist political ideology with religious underpinnings and “Islam the religion.” He directly addressed moderate British Muslims, framing the struggle against radical Islam as a phenomenon that is plaguing the Muslim community.


I wasn’t impressed with Cameron. Others seem to be. Maybe because for Cameron this was less mealy mouthed than usual.

  • WalterBannon

    Appropriately distinguished between “Islamist extremism” and “Islam the religion”???

    Utter bullshit.

    They are one and the same.

    And since the endgame of multiculturalism is headed towards an Islamic state for all, I say why not kick things off now with a Sharia beheading of infidel scumbags like Cameron?

    • Icebow

      He’s not stupid enough actually to believe his current utterances. It’s just cynical politics, or political cynicism, if there’s a difference.

      • I suspect so, it has been his modus operandi to date.

        • Everyone Else

          why isn’t it modus operandus

      • tom_billesley

        Probably just trying to provoke a cringe-worthy dhimmi response from Labour Party leadership candidates.

    • That’s what I say.

  • Everyone Else

    I’m confused by the image with the story.

    The image says Britain has to adapt to Islam.

    The article says Islam has to adapt to Britain.

    • tom_billesley

      Not half as confused as Camaroon.

      • David Murrell

        He blows hot and cold, according to the political winds.

        • Yo Mama

          Or maybe he just blows. 🙂

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            So, I woke up and I was getting blown by Cameron.
            I said, ‘Hey, when you’re done we have to talk.’

          • Petrilla

            And that is why Trump is there .

    • Yo Mama

      It’s probably because one too many Britons has been killed in the name of The Religion of Peace™ and public opinion has turned against him on this issue.

    • Petrilla

      I think that’s an old image. I do not believe him at all. He is another lying son of a b, just knowing his own people loathe him for not doing anything for the tens of thousands entering the UK every day. The UK is full. Hundreds of thousands cross the Med every day only going to the UK. ONLY THE UK. Where they get everything. Prove me wrong.

  • Tom C

    Why are people always picking on us? We have never killed a single person.

    People should be going after the longest existing cult, the murderous one resurgent after 14 centuries, and not us Scientologists!

    And no I’m not gay! Damn those idiotic Southpark creators.

  • Millie_Woods

    He made a speech….at
    a school? That doesn’t mean anything.

    He has to bring the message to the mosques and imams. Then he has to back the message up with force, cancelled passports and deportation orders. People have to loose their jobs and be ran out of business for promoting islam over the British way of life. Make polygamy, forced marriage and FGM criminal acts. None of this will happen of course but David did make ‘a remarkable and powerful speech.

    • Petrilla

      How in the hell since 9/11 were the FBI not watching the mosques? After Obama,perhaps the truth will be told.

    • kiwi

      Doesn’t actually matter which venue he made the speech in. The mosques know exactly who he was aiming at given the publicity it generated. Especially as Birmingham schools have probably provided a few jihadis from their many muslim pupils

      • Millie_Woods

        Yes publicity is great. Look what it’s done for the Kardshians. But I’m more impressed by action.

  • Justin St.Denis

    In other news, the strawberries are ripening nicely, local farmers assure us. And the corn and canola crops are going to be huge, too. And it’s Monday.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      I forgot that the peas should be out by now.

      • Justin St.Denis

        They are, and they are spectacular this year. Spent an hour spliting them out on Sunday, but it was so worth the time! Lightly steamed and served with a dash of sweet garlic butter and ground pepper! I almost got high eating them, they were that good!

  • Petrilla

    Oh boy. I offered my strawberry jam recipe and it got wiped out. I do mine in my bread maker. So easy, I repeat. Do it in your breadmaker. Sterilize your jars in the micro. I am the the most popular person around since I give everyone jam. Make it easy. 3 jars at a time. Strawberry jam given as a hostess gift make you the best guest. Anyone can buy wine, but YOU made strawberry jam.