Theresa May says the internet must now be regulated following London Bridge terror attack

Terrorism works. In the wake of every jihad attack comes sharia-backed policies, legislation, and submission. Freedom of speech is not the problem. Free exchange of ideas is not the problem. Islamic texts and teachings that exhort to jihad is the problem. The West means to silence the mechanism in which those religious teachings are shared? That is a primitive as jihad savagery.

  • Watchman

    Good luck on that, stupid woman, with the widespread availability of anonymisers and good encryption technology.

    On second though, she isn’t stupid, she’s evil. The control of the Internet is not to stop jihadists, but to stop non-government controlled information about jihadists getting out. Readers, this means you, and your access to sites like BCF.

    • After witnessing the antics of Hillary and the DNC, I’ve pretty much become convinced that the Left is generally computer-illiterate. The rest of us (your average “redneck deplorable” citizen) are light-years ahead of the average Politician technologically, in terms of understanding security, anonymity, privacy and the tools that you can use.

      I haven’t fired it up yet, but my “supercomputer” (a tech project been working on for almost ten years) is waiting in the wings if any politician should choose to declare an “info war” on free speechers. We the peons possess the MOAB in that case, not Government. Stuff like wikileaks proved that no corrupt politician is beyond the citizen’s reach.

      • simus1

        “Careless” Hitlery knew exactly what she was doing when retailing the most sensitive vital government secrets to her “fans”. Her MO precisely matched what the “careless” top traitor atomic scientists did on the atomic bomb project in 1945, leaving stuff lying around to be copied and then sent on to Stalin by expendable second stringers.

  • richard

    Try regulating who comes into your country, nimwit.

  • Martin B

    Heaven forbid that terrorist recruitment centers (mosques) and terrorist recruiters (imams) ever be regulated.

  • Ed

    You might try regulating the border, responsibility avoiding twit

  • Surele Surele

    First they came for the freedom of speech. And we did nothing, because it was not us who fought and gave lives to win it.

  • JusticeVegas Covfefe Fanatic

    Regulate the mosques you dimwit! And close 99.9% of them!

    • WalterBannon

      close 100 percent

      Ban Islam

      Deport ALL Muslims, no exceptions, no exemptions for place of birth or citizenship

  • BillyHW

    What a cunt.

    • Maggat

      I didn’t vote for her!

    • WalterBannon

      a treasonous cunt

  • Jay Currie

    May and people like her on the right and the left will do and say anything to avoid actually dealing with “root causes”. Too many Muslim immigrants, no go areas, failure to assimilate, radical imams on welfare, jihadi recruitment in mosques and in “community centers”. And they certainly do not want to contemplate internment for the 3000 to 23,000 radicalized Muslims known to the security services.

    So the Mrs. Mays of this world look around and decide it must be the internet wot done it.

    It is quite possible that combined with aggressive measures in the Muslim community, really good intelligence and a refusal to accept terrorism as a fact of life, working to knock ISIS and jihadi messaging off the net might help; but on its own it would be a pointless waste of time.

  • DMB

    Tommy Robinson’s twitter account was suspended for one week following a tweet he made warning about potential upcoming Islamic terrorism. The British government wants to control the internet to silence people like Tommy warning about the Islamic invasion and growing police state of the U.K.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Of course. Let’s round up 10,000 blue collar right of center straight white guys and put them in concentration camps.

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      They would if they could.
      They are already setting the foundation for that very thing, they just can’t pull that trigger just yet.

  • Alain

    So without access to the internet none of these devout Muslims would exist? That is exactly what she is claiming here. Is she not the same woman who banned Geller and Spencer from entering the country? Are Britains not being charged and prosecuted for criticising Islam on Twitter? Any bets as to whom will be the real targets of this?

    • WalterBannon

      No, without access to the internet the resistance to the corrupt treasonous government is weakened and the truth about Islam is silenced

    • Exile1981

      The only point of this crack down is to hide who the attackers are and make it harder to access the truth.

  • mauser 98

    anything..anything but close the border

  • irishrus

    Of course, it’s the internet’s fault stupid people, and a video was Benghazi’s fault
    Politicians are like ambassadors, they can’t be found to be at fault when their causing their nation’s demise and are above the chicken shit law enforcers

  • barryjr

    Britain is screwed if that is the best choice they have.

  • WalterBannon

    Traitor May needs her head mounted on a pike

  • Bla Bla

    And boom! There it is. There was never an intention to go after terrorists, but instead use the attacks to remove even more freedoms from the citizens. Ban politicians!

  • Shebel

    Oh. Well. Such is life .
    Muslims KILL us .
    We don’t mind.

    We DESERVE to be KILLED.

  • Shebel

    ” It is not like Muslims kill us every day . That is just SO overboard “

  • John

    Our political classes now react to these attacks with endless calls for increased surveillance and censorship…of those daring to protest the attacks.

    It’s the “enough-is-enough” tactic…