Nothing says Integrated like launching a terror attack


I’m beginning to think Sadiq Khan is Bill DeBlasio’s brother from another mother

Good grief. This man is a train wreck.

Yesterday, Khan appeared on Good Morning Britain with Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid.

This whole segment is agonizing.

But I want you to pay particular attention to the very last thing the Mayor of London says.

“The three men responsible for the attack on Saturday night hadn’t come from overseas. They were – for all intents and purposes – integrated into our way of life.”

They were integrated into “our way of life.”


Does Saddiq Khan believe he’s the mayor of Fallujah?

Since when is launching a terrorist attack in the heart of London considered being integrated “into our way of life?”

In her column from yesterday, Katie Hopkins said this about that interview:

I commend Piers Morgan. There’s something I never thought I would hear myself say.
I watched him interview Sadiq Khan on GMB this morning and he was 100% more professional than I would ever have been.
I can imagine coming round to find Sadiq lying on the floor with camera three lying across his limp body, and me wild-eyed, legging it down the South Bank.

If plowing a van into pedestrians then piling out and stabbing the survivors is being integrated into Britain’s way of life, then I’m a tea cozy.

Being integrated – or as we say “assimilated” – into the host country’s culture does not include waging jihad on its citizens.

For the life of me, I can’t find any mention of jihad in the Magna Carta.

Does Sadiq Khan even know what the word “integrated” means?

Truth be told, pompously telling Londoners that terrorism is “part and parcel” of living in a big city is less about the Islamists integrating into our culture and more about our culture surrendering to theirs.

Now, I’m not a Londoner.

And in many ways, it’s none of my business.

But at the same time, we are seeing the identical urge to appease jihad happening here in the United States.

We are granting backdoor Sharia by caving to Islamists who oppose Americans being critical of Islam.

This is a free society.

And we are free to criticize any religion or ideological system that we want.

Just ask the Atheists who buy billboard advertisements at Christmastime declaring the Gospel a “fairy tale.”

But by caving to CAIR and other Islamists apologist groups when, for example, AFDI tries to purchase billboards or bus ads critical of Islam, we are allowing ourselves to integrate into Islamist culture.

And that’s not how it works.

What is already in full-swing in Britain is starting to happen here.

And we have to stand up against it and fight back.

More from Hopkins’ column:

Then I see Sadiq sitting there on the GMB sofa. Cold. Emotionless, in the face of my empathetic colleague. And I want to make him feel some of our pain. Like I would take my dog, wipe its face in its own mess, the mess it made.
Respect for brave police running towards danger must not stop us asking the difficult questions.
Why WERE individuals from the Jihadi Next Door documentary still roaming free?
The best we could muster was taking the program off Netflix. That is not a solution. That is PR management.

You really should read her entire column. Actually you should read every column Katie Hopkins writes.

I’ve been saying for going on two years now that what is happening in Europe is a preview of coming attractions for us.

And if we don’t smarten up and meet this threat head-on, the next “London terror attack” just might happen in a city near you.

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2 thoughts on “Nothing says Integrated like launching a terror attack

  • June 7, 2017 at 11:31 am

    He meant exactly what he said, ‘integrated into OUR way of life.’ He did not mean yours, the Queen’s, or any non-muslim person’s of the British persuasion. He meant OUR as himself and his fellow muslims.

  • June 7, 2017 at 7:02 pm

    Agreed, ninek! The Mayor’s name tells us where his allegiance lies.

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