Sunday, April 6, 2008

Denial, the UK, and Realism

Western Resistance wades into the fray with its usual aplomb: UK: Police Failure To Take Honor Killing Seriously.

The British pluck in this time of great upheaval regarding immigration, rights for Islamists who do not want nor plan to assimilate into Western culture, and demographic winter for post-Christians is, it seems to me, one of immense denial and, sad to say, not a little hubris. For the Brits who lived and moved and had their being in the once sun-never-sets empire, they simply cannot believe that their system of law can not accommodate even the mighty Scimitar.

It cannot. This is the reason it is essential that physical borders must be maintained and reciprocity regarding immigration be demanded and practiced.

The day of the Bobby, nightstick, and "All right, sir. Let's treat the ladies with respect," are sadly past. That is, if said police officer is in a No-go Zone.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

I think the dishonor killing of Banaz Mahmod was preventable. She reached out for help so many times.

Ellen R. Sheeley, Author
"Reclaiming Honor in Jordan"