Terrorism will no longer be tolerated

Yes, we mean it! Now that we have experienced a significant terrorist attack in our own back yard we are taking it much more seriously. If a ban actually worked we would demand it.

Our home grown terrorists all obligingly traveled overseas to hone their skills until we learned that the Christchurch terrorist had done exactly the reverse, and we never saw him coming. Oops. Someone better have a word to the greens about their anti-five-eyes stance.

Until Christchurch we took a fleeting interest in mass murder overseas, but following Christchurch our sensitivity radar went off the charts. Fair enough. There was enough media coverage of such tragic and violent loss of life to put anyone off their dinner that day.

But fear no more the terrorist. We should take heart about thwarting future attacks because our prime minister promises there will be no repeat of Christchurch. She will achieve this by tightening up our gun laws.

Strange that she didn?t mention the shooter?s illegal modifications to his legally owned guns though. It must be because she already knows there?s absolutely nothing at all she can do about illegal gun practices. She really does know best.

The shooter was also labelled as a white supremacist. If you, through no fault of your own are also white and a gun owner you might want to start looking over your shoulder about now.

And let’s not forget the very helpful work done by the media to ensure the public was kept well abreast of the facts as the tragedy unfolded and the culprit fingered. Quote.

Wow, that’s a “yeah, we’d expect such rednecks in the US, but not at our back door step thank you very much” description.

Instead of doing their own research, media went with the ?expert? bandying the sensationalist label. They are extremely helpful like that. Makes you wonder why they don’t have a “lazy journalism” award at their annual awards? Answer: it would be too hard to pick a winner.

But now I?m getting really worried. Buchanan has linked me to this crazy killer! Here I am on a supposedly right-wing platform where conservatives and classic liberals hang out.

And you, dear reader, are here too. But please don?t tell those sneaky lefties indulging themselves in a little back chat that they are on the wrong website because I quite like their company.

Given my previous posts critical of the more unpleasant aspects of Islam, and given what just happened in Christchurch, I need to have a serious rethink about my writing. Perhaps omitting all reference to genocide, beheadings, torture, hand chopping, female genital mutilation and subjugation would be a good place to start?

But speaking of genocide, we can count ourselves fortunate that recent news from Nigeria never made it into our mainstream media. They are quite thoughtful by weeding out stuff they know will upset us. If Christchurch was too much to stomach then please read no further. Quote.

At least 120 people have been killed by alleged Fulani militant attacks since February in the Kaduna state of Nigeria with the latest attacks on Monday resulting in the deaths of over 50 and the destruction of more than 140 homes.

On Monday, 52 people were killed, dozens injured and around 143 homes were destroyed in attacks on the villages of Inkirimi, Dogonnoma and Ungwan Gora in the Maro district of the Kajuru Local Government Area, according to Christian Solidarity Worldwide.? End of quote.

The Gateway Pundit

In hindsight, the media is right. We shouldn’t have to hear any more of this violent stuff on top of our own troubles. Quite frankly, it’s in very poor taste. Sincere apologies.

But (shock horror) now is probably not the best time to confess to being a Christian. But taking my cue from our transparent media, and in the interests of full disclosure and avoidance of bias, I must do exactly that. I know, I know, being a Christian and a critic of Islam makes me a heartless person.

So, in an attempt to end this sorry saga with some much needed balance, let me leave you with a Facebook video by a Muslim news reader demonstrating unbiased reporting following the Christchurch tragedy.

Things that make me go hmm