Robert Fulford: If we’re to fight terrorism effectively we need to stop saying ‘Islamophobia’

In response to successive terror attacks on Britain, Prime Minister Theresa May said that things could not continue as they were. By “things” she meant the systems set up by democracies, particularly Britain, to prevent atrocities like those experienced recently in Manchester and at London Bridge. The systems of defence have proven inadequate.

It seems likely that many people, in many countries, agree with her. We must somehow avoid letting these crimes by fanatic jihadis become so frequent that we view them as more or less normal. Few will be willing to settle for the insouciant view of London’s mayor, Sadiq Khan, that terrorist attacks are now “part and parcel of living in a big city.”

h/t JEH

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  • Blind Druid

    National Post (your link) has now become a pain in the ass with their subscription fire wall. Piss on them.

  • Martin B

    That’s the idea. The Mohammedans shouting about islamophobia want the terrorists to win.

    • Alain

      They start shouting about “islamophobia” as soon as a terrorist plot is conceived and ramp up the volume during its occurrence and even more so immediately following the attack.

  • canminuteman

    We also need to start razing mosques and deporting people.

  • Right now, Iqra Khalid must have messed her shorts something fierce.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    “Islamophobia is a word invented by fascists and used by cowards to manipulate morons.” – Christopher Hitchens