I say leave the doors of Parliament open in London, and the doors of congress, and equivalent buildings in other western capitals, and offices of big media companies, and let’s have no lock downs…
Let’s make sure that politicians and mayors and wealthy political donors and “news” reporters don’t have armed guards or live in gated communities away from the rest of us. Let’s have a level playing field.
I say that not because I want MPs to be murdered, or congressmen or senators, or media people: I certainly don’t. But if they were as vulnerable as the rest of us to extreme violence, they might try somewhat harder to find genuine solutions to the problem of terrorism which the majority of them are essentially inviting into the West.
While the globalists, safe in their expensive and secure homes and communities work in multiple ways to mash people of totally opposite world-views and cultures together, the rest of us are supposed to “get used to the new normal”, and to “not be alarmed”. Right…don’t be alarmed that you might get sliced up-literally- by a mad-man with a knife while you’re walking down the street in a “free” country!
I agree that the vast majority of Muslims are peaceable, and want to uphold the laws of the lands they live in, and I agree that the vast majority of them are honorable people. But think of this: if only one in ten thousand holds an extreme view of his belief system, and we allow hundreds of thousands…millions…more into our countries, we’re allowing many more extremists: people who will have the opportunity to murder those around them until the police arrive to clean up the mess.
They murder not just because they hate westerners, but to silence dissent to their views (that’s worked already with the PC crowd) and to goad other would-be peaceful worshippers into a more extreme experience.
Who in their right mind takes the attitude that a few deaths don’t matter because there are so many people in the country that the likelihood of being one of the murdered is slim? That’s probably what all the victims of recent terror attacks and their parents thought before the unthinkable happened to them.
How much do politicians really care about their people and their country…?