Wednesday, 7 June 2017

Civil War

Sizing the Problem

Those politicians and advocacy groups which have pushed Britain more and more in the direction of open borders have an awful lot to answer for.  It turns out that the "jihadi" problem is much, much bigger than previously announced.
Government sources have confessed that there are at least 23,000 jihadists in Britain – more than seven times higher than previously revealed.   Until recently, the public had been led to believe there were around 3,000 known jihadists in Britain, with 500 being subject to active investigations led by MI5. Whitehall officials have now disclosed that a further 20,000 individuals have been identified as posing a “residual risk”, according to The Times.  [BreitbartLondon]
Assuming this is correct, the effort to keep Britain safe from jihadi attacks will need to be prodigious.  As one expert put it:
Anthony Glees, the Centre for Security and Intelligence Studies director who recently estimated the number of jihadists in Britain at “between 6,000 and 10,000”, described the Whitehall revelations as “horrifying”.  “To have 23,000 potential killers in our midst is horrifying. We should double the size of MI5, as we did in World War Two, and expand the number of intelligence-led police by thousands,” he said.
In times of war, it is expected that normal civil rights will contract to some extent, and even to a significant extent, depending upon the threats.  It appears that we are now entering such a time.  The first duty is to tell the truth to the public.   Britain is entering a time and state of civil war.  It's time to call a spade and spade.

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