JK Rowling and global jihad: Like most Brits, she cannot see London is the greatest Muslim city

I, like ten million others, follow JK Rowling on Twitter. A steadfast mainstream liberal, her feed is a litmus-test of just how tired and clueless Britain is on any given day.

I read her tweets with interest in the wake of the multiple murders committed last week by the British jihadi Khalid Masood, who drove an SUV into crowds of pedestrians near Westminster before stabbing a policeman to death.

It reliably consisted of platitudes about how London is not cowed by terrorists and cannot be defeated. She even posted a letter by the US ambassador to Britain reporting on its terminal condition to Washington in 1940, when it faced the Nazis alone, as proof of how no one should underestimate the British – oblivious to the irony of how they ultimately needed America to save them from annihilation.

Ahem… Permanence is illusory

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  • Millie_Woods

    ‘I’ve drawn attention to JK Rowling because I think she is the most important British writer since Shakespeare..’

    Britain is fubar.

    • I posted this article because as biased as the writer may be it is a shrill wake-up call.

      • Millie_Woods

        I think it’should too late, immigration is actually picking up steam in every western country.

      • disqusW6sf

        Yep it certainly is a wake up call. I’ve read another article of his, and he has a chip on his shoulder.

  • Dana Garcia

    Demography is destiny, and unwise immigration is suicide.

  • tom_billesley

    Isn’t it haram to read her Harry Potter books?

    • Millie_Woods

      Like myself, he considers Rowling and Harry Potter to be objects of scorn.

  • “…Piers Morgan – the closest thing the Anglotariat has produced to a public intellectual…”

    I just threw up a little in my mouth.

  • “I’ve drawn attention to JK Rowling because I think she is the most important British writer since Shakespeare…”

    There I go again.

    • jayme

      He’s got a point: there were essentially no British writers or poets of note from the 16th right up to almost the present day. It’s only with the recent globalization-multiculturalism movement that we’re seeing the beginnings of a renaissance in British literature and art, and some profound African and Muslim work starting to be appear.

      • jayme

        That should be 16th century, of course.

      • John

        there were essentially no British writers or poets of note from the 16th right up to almost the present day.

        Dickens?

  • El Martyachi

    I wonder how Jeremy Clarkson would do if he ran for office?