The Silver Lining
They say every cloud has a silver lining. It may turn out that the silver lining on the cloud of the London bombings is that the British will finally, after fifty years, decide to do something about their god-awful immigration problem.
It was back in 1968 that Enoch Powell made his famous "Rivers of Blood" speech. I note with interest that this speech has now been called to mind in the British media and in some cases reprinted.
I have never made any bones about the fact that I consider the Muslim peoples of the world justified in acts of armed resistance against Israel, the United States, and anyone else who is complicit in the theft of their land and the murder of their people. I also believe that the Iraqi people and anyone else is entitled to fight off a foreign invader--including the British and the Americans.
We have no business over there, and they have no business over here. The one silver lining in all of this is that it may force the wealthy White men in suits and the Jews who control both the United States and the United Kingdom to re-assess this "glorious mosaic" shit and decide that there are at least some shades of brown we don't need in the West.
Then maybe some day I'll be able to go into a Wimpy's on Oxford Street and find someone in there who speaks English. (That actually happens quite often now in London; parts of the city are completely Third World.) Maybe I'll even be able to go into a grocery store in Texas and not be greeted by the checker in Spanish first.
Or maybe I'm just a hopeless optimist.