a reply to: Freeborn
I believe all supremacist activism should be totally neutralised, everywhere, all day. There should not be an hour of the day where a supremacist
somewhere on our planet is not getting his neck trod on. But if you fail to believe that British white supremacists, and even worse, hyper nationalist
organisations do not retain weapons from the old Combat 18 days, then you are only as mistaken as someone who thinks that the IRA do not have some
guns and bombs left somewhere.
And I am vocal about that form of extremism, because where as extremists from other lands pose a very much smaller threat to our flesh than we are
lead to believe by the mass media, Britain First and their various ploys pose a serious threat to our nations spirit and mentality that is not
equalled or even approached by the likes of Anjem Choudray and his demented goons.
This is the reality check. Extremist radical Muslim outfits pose a threat only to our physical lives, and they are a tiny minority within a minority.
Britain First however, have captured the interest of a great many angry white British citizens, who have been led by a corrupt media to believe that
they are personally under the most severe threat of being wiped out, mutilated in their sleep, blown up while doing their shopping, and have been
taught from a young age to fear what they do not understand, and unlike sensible folk, have accepted fear into their lives, rather than being British
about it, and sticking out their chin, daring the universe to take the shot.
They pose the greater risk, because their nonsense is gaining popularity, and what is more, it is "our" problem. They are issue directly of our
nation, their cultural flaws are ours to solve. The issue of Muslim extremism has a solution which starts and ends with the Muslim population of this
country, taking those who are suspected of involvement in terror plots to task, and reporting them to the authorities. Britain First however, they are
a problem that needs addressing first, and I say that because they are the log in the eyes of our nation, as opposed to the speck which is represented
by the number of actual terrorists who could actually be here at the moment.
You look to the folly of your nation and culture, before you seek to lambast others. Failure to do so removes all legitimacy from whatever efforts
one might make against vocal extremists whose ignorance comes from the radical Muslim angle. If we do fix the Britain First issue, we can say to the
Muslim community, and to the world, "Look. We had a bogeyman in our back yard, and we took its power away, put its members in prison or under a very
strong thumb. The boots on their neck will never be removed. Now it is the turn of extremists whose stupidity issues from other sources."
And upon seeing this, upon this being made very public, the folks in the street will not be able to suggest that we are being partial, because we
treat all extremist behaviour, ESPECIALLY that which issues from within our own borders, and seeks to use our culture to justify violence, hatred and
intolerance, the same way. When we act against Muslim extremism, it must be from a position of having already cleared out the fascists of our own
issue. It will make for a better result if we do it this way, and a failure entirely if we do not. Of that I am absolutely certain.