Friday, 15 February 2008

UK weakened from within to the point of becoming a ‘soft touch’

The influential Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) think tank has finally actually articulated what the majority of the public, who bother to think about such things at all, had worked out some time back.

Namely that the Government has opened the UK up by it’s failure to make it worth the bother of integration to isolationist ethnic minorities.

It seems the self hating ‘great and good’, the most recent example being the arch Bishop of Canterbury, have spent so long bending over backwards effacing British institutions and ways in the name of ‘multiculturalism’ that they have virtually faded away, People naturally wish to cling to an Identity and this leaves a vacume for religion, or race, to fill - to the detriment of society as a whole, providing the fertile ground for and feeding extremism.

The RUSI state: : "That fragmentation is worsened by the firm self-image of those elements within it who refuse to integrate.

This is a problem worsened by the lack of leadership from the majority which in mis-placed deference to 'multiculturalism' failed to lay down the line to immigrant communities, thus undercutting those within them trying to fight extremism.

The country's lack of self-confidence is in stark contrast to the implacability of its Islamist terrorist enemy.

We look like a soft touch. We are indeed a soft touch, from within and without."

Predictably, as the executive arm of the Islington Tendancy and a perfect example of the problem New Labour reflexively deny any suggestion that this may be so out of hand. Attempting to claim the findings "do not stand up to scrutiny", though they actually make clear sense when scrutinised.

Muddying/diverting the point a Cabinet Office spokesman claimed: "The safety and security of our citizens is the Government's main priority and the Government rejects any suggestion that Britain is a soft touch for terrorists."


Beaman said...

I hope someone throws this important document back in the government's faces after the inevitable next terrorist attack on Britain

Simon Fawthrop said...

""do not stand up to scrutiny", "

Odd that whenever this pharse is usedit is never acompanied by a point by point critique of whatever is being denounced. Is the phrase becoming the last refuge of the lazy politician?

CFD Ed said...

Yes, when they claim it does not stand up to scrutiny they never demonstrate how, even in the simplest terms. On suspects this is because they cannot and are relying on the mentally lazy not to question their claim.

The state relies on the electorate not remembering - That’s how they get elected and stay in office ;-)