36 comments on “Not a lot

  1. Oooh, oooh, I know, I know!

    It’s ‘hashtags and candlelit vigils’, followed by ‘more grovelling to Islamic savages’, isn’t it?

  2. Maybe we could get the muzzies to take up something more pleasant, something like what the incas used to do on their pyramids.
    Our need for inclusivity would allow them a free hand too.

  3. I thought the Berlin-style attacks were part of the multicultural enrichment process, an exchange of traditions, a response to gluhwein and family outings.

  4. Do what the City of London did for the IRA attacks: put massive metal bollards everywhere to keep traffic and pedestrians apart. But that would be an admission of failure, so it won’t happen.

  5. While the security services across Europe have sophisticated systems to alert them to those acquiring weapons or explosives, getting your hands on a vehicle is easy.

    That dovetails nicely with the Guardian’s War on Motorists. We have to ban Chelsea Tractors because bad guys might crash them into a Christmas market. Never mind that both Berlin and Nice involved lorries.

  6. Deportation of illegal migrants to a camp in a poor north african country if they refuse to return to their home country. A system to punish countries that do not protect the external borders of Schengen with huge fines for letting in illegal migrants. Automatic deportation of criminal refugees to a camp in a safe but poor North African country.

  7. There is only one solution – an ethnically homogeneous state.

    As that is not yet an option the other solution is regular attacks by Muslims and other immigrant communities that kill reasonable numbers of Whites.

    Either they go or we will be destroyed.

  8. @Andrew M

    I think the Grauniad’s assumption that the European security services are on alert for terrorists acquiring arms is optimistic. Let us remember Paris – both Charlie Hebdo and the November 2015 attacks, the 2015 Thalys train attack. Lots of weapons acquired by terrorists. Paid for by Jihadi Seeker’s Allowance in some cases it would appear.

  9. Tokyo is a modern city and they don’t have this problem, perhaps we should ask them?

    @So Much For Subtlety
    “There is only one solution – an ethnically homogeneous state.”
    Hungary is not ethnically homogeneous and does not have this problem.

  10. anon – “Tokyo is a modern city and they don’t have this problem, perhaps we should ask them?”

    Tokyo does not have a Muslim population of note. Japan is probably the hardest country in the world to qualify was a refugee. We should copy them. If they take roughly six a decade, so should we. Not even that.

    “Hungary is not ethnically homogeneous and does not have this problem.”

    Hungary has an odd problem is that a lot of people refuse to declare their ethnicity. But it suffered at the end of World War One because “Hungary” was in the name of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. So they lost territory full of ethnic Hungarians to Romania, Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia. Which meant in turn they became a lot more homogeneous. World War Two made them even less diverse as the Germans killed their Jews, the Soviets expelled their Germans and they had to give territory back to Romania et al. Since 1992 all their Roma have gone to Paris and London.

    So according to Wikipedia 98% of Hungarians who declare their ethnicity are Hungarian. That is pretty homogeneous.

  11. @So Much For Subtlety
    “Tokyo does not have a Muslim population of note. Japan is probably the hardest country in the world to qualify was a refugee. We should copy them. If they take roughly six a decade, so should we. Not even that.”
    That could be the reason.

  12. “It’s ‘hashtags and candlelit vigils’, followed by ‘more grovelling to Islamic savages’, isn’t it?”

    Julia, you forgot the man playing ‘Imagine’ on a piano.

  13. If only Nigel Farage would stop warning about the dangers of uncontrolled immigration I am sure ISIS would immeadiately cease their attacks.

  14. The American Solution:

    Truck Control.

    Register trucks. Only allow them to be sold by Federally licensed dealers. Don’t allow anyone to buy one without a background check.

  15. I see the usual suspects are telling us how this is an existential threat to Western society. Meanwhile those of us who aren’t mad racists have noted that roughly as many people die in an average day on Germany’s roads as were killed in the attack.

    Maybe I’m wrong. Maybe you’re not all racists. Maybe you’re just gullible cowards instead. But then why wouldn’t you be more scared of the thing that happens every day?

  16. Oh dear, we have an impostor “Dave”. This one is calling us all racists instead of ranting about the Jews.

  17. Dave,

    With cars, there’s a trade-off between utility and risk. We get immense utility (being able to go anywhere, any time, very cheaply) at fairly low risk.

    With Muslim immigrants, we get negative utility (low employment rates, high crime rates, high dependence on the state). Even if there was no terrorism and zero risk, importing more would still be a bad idea.

  18. Meanwhile those of us who aren’t mad racists have noted that roughly as many people die in an average day on Germany’s roads as were killed in the attack.

    Jesus, must be a parody.

    Funny how this meme wasn’t trotted out after the murder of Stephen Lawrence and Jo Cox. Ho hum. I guess it all depends on who is doing the murdering. But…wouldn’t that be unbelievably cynical? Why, yes it would.

  19. More SJW cockrot from Dave.

    ML–Yes there are home-grown terrorists. Still no fucking reason to import yet more murderous twats. Especially along with millions of enablers and potential followers who don’t exist among the natives. Unless you are hoping Cat Stevens is going to take up arms.

  20. @Andrew M, December 21, 2016 at 9:56 am
    Highlights: “While the security services across Europe have sophisticated systems to alert them to those acquiring weapons or explosives”

    Doubtless similar to the sophisticated systems UK Met Office use for weather/climate and UEA, NASA et al use for climate. The sophisticated systems tell them what they want to hear with 97% accuracy.

    GIGO

  21. Gamecock “Truck Control.”

    and how does that work when the lorry (sorry I’m English) is registered in another country and appears to have been stolen and the driver murdered?

  22. Andrew M said:
    “The word racism is commonly understood to include Muslims. You are committing the etymological fallacy.”

    What, expecting words to actually have a meaning?

  23. djc, I didn’t say it would work. Just what we do here.

    [Perhaps I need to say this is parody on gun control.]

  24. Dave – “Meanwhile those of us who aren’t mad racists have noted that roughly as many people die in an average day on Germany’s roads as were killed in the attack.”

    So. Frickin’. What.

    “Maybe I’m wrong. Maybe you’re not all racists. Maybe you’re just gullible cowards instead. But then why wouldn’t you be more scared of the thing that happens every day?”

    I am curious. What is an acceptable level of innocent death before you decide to give a sh!t? What number of dead children trips your Davo-metre? I think we need to know. How many?

    Andrew M – “The word racism is commonly understood to include Muslims. You are committing the etymological fallacy.”

    No. The Left is doing their usual thing of expanding a category to include everyone they do not like. Just as the Soviets labelled the Polish peasant’s party as “Fascist”, despite its sterling record of resistance, in order to ban it and impose a one party dictatorship.

    Matthew L – “Are we forgetting those sarin attacks on the Tokyo underground? Entirely home grown terrorists.”

    And so? What’s your point? If Japan gets a once-in-a-century apocalyptic cult, they have to put up with once-a-day suicide bombings? Do tell.

  25. On the basis of Dave’s comment – we should ignore all killings because people die from other causes? Or should we react rationally to crimes? Which is to punish criminals and those who aid them? Since Angela Merkel was the idiot who encouraged mass migration in 2015, I think it would be rational that she should be chastised? Yet surprisingly the left’s answer is that we should support Merkel. Because we should not be nasty to refugees. Thus showing a total failure of logic.

    Dislike of Islam and Muslims is surely religious intolerance or religious bigotry rather than racism. Although I find the anti Islam arguments quite ahistorical – Christianity pre-the Enlightenment was very dogmatic and sectarian and we do not need to go far back in even British history to find evidence of religiously based persecution. (No Catholics on the throne…)

    Much of the unpleasantness in Islam today can be traced to the spread of oil money supported Wahhabism. Which was a bargain done by the House of Al Saud and in effect backed by the Americans. Prior to this we had the pernicious effect of pan-Arabism.

    I suspect the greatest cause for concern over the next decade will be the increasingly Islamic Turkey of Erdogan – something for which we can thank the EU – which backed his rise as part of democracy and freedom of religion. Big mistake.

  26. Perhaps we could have state sponsored Tahharush ? (in Germany we do …)

    Or we could bring back It’s a Knockout with Thahharush styled games ?

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