London Attacked: A Capital of Christendom

London is the greatest city in the world and we stand together in the face of those who seek to harm us and destroy our way of life. We always have and we always will. Londoners will never be cowed by terrorism.

Sadiq Khan, London Mayor

Khan is lying.

Our way of life is being destroyed, and London has led the embracing of this destruction. The Muslim mayor’s election is evidence enough, though more representative is England’s capital being more than 55% non-Britons, and always increasing.

That these insurgent attacks happen at all is evidence of us being cowed.

The fervent embrace of ‘victim culture’ means instead that this minority has to be treated on its own assessment as a victim of the majority and its grievances attended to on the basis that it is these grievances which are the cause of terrorism. At the same time, however, this minority disavows any connection with terrorism and vilifies anyone who dares suggest to the contrary. Thus Britain is being forced to act on the basis that if it does not do so it will be attacked — by people who claim that terrorism runs totally counter to the values of their religion, but then demand that the grievances of members of that religion are addressed as the price of averting further attacks. This deeply manipulative and mind-twisting behaviour is the equivalent of holding a gun to Britain’s head while denying that this is being done, and threatening to run out of town anyone who points it out.

Londonistan – Melanie Phillips, 2006

However, Khan’s claim that terrorism is ‘part and parcel of living in a great global city’ is correct, that’s the problem. These attacks are nothing but another rotten fruit of our government’s continued largesse to the invaders. The entire country of Japan, with a population twice that of the United Kingdom, has not experienced terrorism for 23 years, and not one single Islamic attack, ever.

We can but marvel at the wonder of it. We’ve had three, in three months, with five more being averted.

As before, the righteous outrage of Englishmen will be side-lined by Britain’s governing class, and the Fakestream media will proceed to chatter swiftly over what little that can be done to counter these ‘incidents’. No doubt, they’ll conclude that if we wish to prevent further attacks we must address their grievances (not on your life, or mine), and change our way of life yet further.

Others will waste their time with talk of overcoming the global threat of Islamism, but overcoming this evil is not possible. Not yet. Something else must come first, prior to any such attempt.


Be not overcome of evil, but overcome evil with good.

Romans 12:21

First, keep them out of knife-range. Keep them out of gun-range. Keep them out of bomb and truck-range.

Then heap coals of fire upon their heads.