Some people beginning to see the truth.

Re-published from, Katie Hopkins, The Daily Mail

They stood in the centre of Brussels. Row on row.

Hands held high, making hearts to the heavens. Showing the slaughtered they were not forgotten. Reminding themselves they were here with love. Looking to show humanity wins. That love conquers all.

They lay in the centre of London, face down where they fell. Stabbed by a knife, rammed with a car, flung, broken, into the Thames, life bleeding out on the curb.

And the news came thick and fast.

No anger for me this time. No rage like I’ve felt before. No desperate urge to get out there and scream at the idiots who refused to see this coming.

Not even a nod for the glib idiots who say this will not defeat us, that we will never be broken, that cowardice and terror will not get the better of Britain.

Because, as loyal as I am, as patriotic as I am, as much as my whole younger life was about joining the British military and fighting for my country — I fear we are broken.

Not because of this ghoulish spectacle outside our own Parliament. Not because of the lives rammed apart on the pavement, even as they thought about what was for tea. Or what train home they might make.

But because this is us now.
This is our country now.
This is what we have become.
To this, we have been reduced.

Because all the while those forgiving fools in Brussels stood with their stupid hands raised in hearts to the sky, another mischief was in the making. More death was in the pipeline.

As the last life-blood of a police officer ran out across the cobbles, the attacker was being stretchered away in an attempt to save his life.

London is a city so desperate to be seen as tolerant, no news of the injured was released. No clue about who was safe or not.

Liberals convince themselves multiculturalism works because we all die together, too.

An entire city of monkeys: see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil. Blind. Deaf. And dumb.

Immersed in a seething pit of hatred, hidden in pockets of communities plagued by old animosities and ancient strife.

These people may have left their lands. But they have brought every tension, every conflict, every bit of fight here with them.

The Afghans hate the Somalias who loathe the Eritreans. As it was before, it is now. London is a city of ghettos behind a thin veneer of civility kept polished by a Muslim mayor whose greatest validation is his father’s old job.

Son-of-a-bus-driver Sadiq.

I see him now, penning a missive about how London is a beautiful and tolerant city, how we are united by shared values and understanding, and how we will not be cowed by terror.

Sure enough, there he was, saying exactly that, just now. Fool.

Even as mothers text to check their children are safe. Including my own, worrying about me as I sit overlooking the scene, feeling fearful of this place where monsters lurk and steal lives away in an instant. For nothing.

I would ask Sadiq to stop talking. Empty words. Meanwhile, banning pictures of women in bikinis on the Underground. How does that help?

Please, no hashtag, no vigil, no tea lights. I am begging you not to light up Parliament in the colours of the Union.

Because we are not united. We are wrenched asunder.

The patriots of the rest of England versus the liberals in this city. The endless tolerance to those who harm us, (while the Home Office tries to shift the focus of public fear to white terror) — versus the millions like me who face the truth, with worried families and hopeless hearts, who feel the country sinking.

We are taken under the cold water by this heavy right foot in the south, a city of lead, so desperately wedded to the multicultural illusion that it can only fight those who love the country the most, blame those who are most proud to be British, and shout racist at the 52%.

This place is just like Sweden. Terrified of admitting the truth about the threat we face, about the horrors committed by the migrants we failed to deter — because to admit that we are sinking, and fast, would be to admit that everything the liberals believe is wrong.

That multiculturalism has not worked. That it is one big fat failure and one big fat lie.

President Erdogan of Turkey said there is a war being waged between the crescent and the cross. But he is wrong. Because the cross is not strong. We are down on bended knee, a doormat to be trodden on, a joke only funny to those that wish us harm.

The war is between London and the rest of the country. Between the liberals and the right-minded. Between those who think it is more important to tip-toe around the cultures of those who choose to join us, rather than defend our own culture.
How many more times?

And how many more attacks must pass before we acknowledge these are no longer the acts of ‘extremists’? That there is no safe badge with which to hold these people at arm’s length, in the way the liberals casually use the term ‘far-right’ for anyone who has National pride.

These events are no longer extreme. They are commonplace. Every day occurrences.

These people are no longer extremists. They are simply more devout. More true to their beliefs. Beliefs which will be supported endlessly across our state broadcaster for the next few months until we buy into the narrative that one religion is not to blame.

That in fact we should blame Brexit supporters. For believing in a Britain. As it was before.

Anything but the truth.

This is why there is no anger from me this time, no rage. No nod for those who pretend we will not be cowed, even as they rush home to text their mum they are safe. No surprise that the city of which I was so proud is now punctured by fear, and demarcated even more formally by places we cannot tread; there were always parts in which a white woman could not safely walk.

Now I feel only sadness, overwhelming sadness.

I will walk over the river tonight and look to the Thames, to the Union flag lowered at half mast, and the Parliament below, and I will wonder, just how much longer we can go on like this.

Published at the Daily Mail.

‘Holy wars will soon begin in Europe’

One week ago the Turkish foreign minister says, ‘holy wars will soon begin in Europe,’ Today, London is under attack.

Before anyone goes off the deep end, I am not saying that there is a direct link between what Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu the Turkish foreign minister said last week and the attack on Westminster yesterday.

Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu the Turkish foreign minister

Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu the Turkish foreign minister

Nor am I suggesting that on Tuesday things were great, and today we are at war… a holy war.

But we also have to be realistic about the fact that a large number of Muslims do consider themselves to be at war with… The West, Christianity, Democracy and the like.

And not just the few, ‘lone wolf,’ attacks that we have so far seen or even the few small group attacks, like the attacks in Franse a few years ago, but Muslim governments like Turkey, consider a war with Europe a holy thing.

I believe that the attacks that we are witnessing now and then across Europe are only the blowing off of pressure from a boiler that is slowly reaching the point of exploding.

al jazeera live

Al Jazeera live

Undoubtedly it is only a very small minority of Muslims who believe that this is a right and justifiable action to take against the West, But across many Arabic language reports of yesterday’s attack in London, there are a large number of ‘thumbs up’ and ‘smiley faces’.

If there is just one in a hundred or even one in a thousand who believe that this is the right way to express the jihadist lifestyle, that still leaves a very large number. Yesterday’s events in Westminster were caused by one man, with a car and a knife or two.

How could things look if…

  • There were ten, twenty, one hundred or even a thousand? The French terror police say there are 15,000 Islamic radicals on their watch list. Some are suggesting that the UK police have some 3,000 radicle-Muslims under 24-hour watch.
  • What if they used a lorry instead of a car?
  • What if it was combined with another cache of weapons like the 12,000 illegal weapons seized by Spanish police this week?

In human terms, things could look very bad in just a matter of weeks or years.

There are a number of things that we can and must do.

  • Call upon God to have mercy on our nation, and on us if not on our nation.
  • Seek God for revival in our land, for only the Gospel, has the answer for our countries needs.
  • Share the Gospel. We are the tools that God normally uses to spread the good news.
  • Know our salvation is secure in Christ, and that our lives here on earth are at best temporary. Trust in Christ to keep us until he calls us home.
  • Forgetting the PC brigade speak the truth about true teachings of Islam, or in not the true, the often perceived as true teachings of Islam. Islam in not really a religion of Peace, but of submission to sharia.

You may also want to think about taking a first-aid course and a course in self-defence. (see British Krav Maga.)

“Fear thou not; for I am with thee: Be not dismayed; for I am thy God: I will strengthen thee; yea, I will help thee; Yea, I will uphold thee with the right hand of my righteousness.” (Isaiah 41:10).

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BBC accused of bias

Around 70 MPs have apparently signed a letter to director-general Lord Hall complaining about the Corporation’s gloomy reporting of Brexit.

Tory MP Julian Knight

Tory MP Julian Knight

Tory MP Julian Knight, who apparently co-ordinated the letter, has warned that the BBC is in danger of losing touch with its viewers and giving too much airtime to ‘diehard Remainers’.

The BBC has a duty to offer impartial coverage of Brexit, said Mr Knight, a former BBC journalist.

He added: ‘It must be careful not to lose the trust of the 52 per cent who voted Leave, as well as those Remainers like myself who respect the will of the people and want to get on with delivering Brexit.’

The Daily Mail is reporting that ‘last night the BBC insisted its coverage of Brexit has been ‘responsible and impartial’’. However, the appearance that we at The Red Pill Report have seen is that there appears to be a bias against leave. For example is the opportunity given to Richard Dorkings to berated the “ill-informed voters,” over their foolish decision to leave the EU.

Mr Knight gives the example of the prominent coverage given to so-called “regretful Remainers” in the aftermath of the vote, even though all available polling suggests no shift in public opinion towards the EU since the vote.

The Daily Mail gives these examples of BBC bias.

  • In January, the Victoria Derbyshire show visited Great Yarmouth, which voted heavily for Leave, but everyone they interviewed expressed doubts.
  • MPs said in October shows were ‘heavily biased’ against Leave campaigners. An analysis of Radio 4 found listeners were two and a half times more likely to hear a pro-EU speaker.
  • Pro-EU producer Nick Pisani, 53, handled a 50-minute debate on the BBC World news channel.
  • Assistant political editor Norman Smith predicted the pound would fall after Theresa May’s comments on the single market. The pound rallied.
  • Positive economic news is often presented ‘despite Brexit’. An online headline in November read: ‘UK construction rises despite Brexit vote.’

Former Tory Party leader Iain Duncan Smith, who is among the signatories, said: ‘Anyone can see that the way the BBC is covering this issue is not balanced. Everything is reported in a negative way, and we are subjected to endless coverage of the likes of Blair and Major. We are constantly told by the BBC that it is all too difficult and everything is going to go wrong – it is almost as if they feel they have to act as the opposition on this.’

This poor reporting by the BBC is one of the reasons behind us starting The Red Pill Report.

Another reason we need Brexit.

Turkey’s interior minister has threatened to ‘blow the mind’ of Europe by sending 15,000 refugees a month to EU territory.

Suleyman Soylu is threatening the landmark deal signed by Ankara and Brussels last March that has substantially lessened the flow of migrants from Turkey to Europe.

The minister told Europe not to ‘play games’ and ‘ignore Turkey’ in a speech he gave on Thursday.

The deal between Ankara and Brussels is hanging in the balance due to the diplomatic crisis over the blocking of Turkish ministers from holding rallies in Europe.

‘If you want, we could open the way for 15,000 refugees that we don’t send each month and blow the mind of Europe,’ Soylu said.

Tony Blair’s new institute to push globalism.

Is Tony Blair jealous of Barak Obama?

Obama is, by all appearance, setting himself up as an alternative government. A socialist, pro-globalism, opposition organisation in opposition to the Trump.

Tony Blair is also setting himself up in opposition to our government.

The British people have voted for a Conservative government and for Brexit, but “They” know better than you do!

Tony Blair is bringing a number of projects that he has been working with under one roof and founding The Tony Blair Institute for Global Change.

The Tony Blair Institute for Global Change.

Institute for Global Change websiteThe Institute is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to making globalisation work for the many, not the few. Don’t believe it. Globalism is for the good of the globalist elite, not for you and me.

Institute for Global Change website.Institute for Global Change website.The institute website is institute.global

Institute for Global Change website.The Institute will offer, “new thinking and new approaches” to address some of the most intractable problems leaders today are wrestling with. Hey, Tony, we followed your ideas, and they did not help many normal people. We just kill a lot of innocent brown people. Hoo, and toppled a government, brought about the right conditions for ISIS and… well let’s stop there.

The Institute “works to provide policy and strategy in support of a vision of globalisation,” no thank you, Tony, we have just voted for friendly open nationalism. We do not want globalism.

The last time we tried globalism was at the Tower of Bable. God wants us in nations, not under one ruler. That is the Luciferian dream.

They go on to say that this globalism is, “designed to improve the well-being of the people, economically, politically, and socially.” They would hardly tell us that it was to make us more enslaved and work for lower wages and to become more like slaves, but globalism generally is about enslavement, not freedom. It is the new serfdom.

It is my opinion that we need to be VERY wary of Tony Blair and his new institution.

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Record numbers of EU nurses quit NHS… Why is this a problem?

The Guardian is reporting that “Record numbers of EU nurses quit NHS.”

My question is, Why is this a problem?

Yes, I do know that it is going to be a problem. I understand that we will be struggling to provide sufficient staff for the NHS if we do not have thousands of foreign workers…

But why?

According to the Guardian the “shocking numbers” are something like this, EU nationals registering as nurses in England has dropped by 92% since the Brexit referendum in June, and a record number are quitting the NHS.”

This, “haemorrhaging” of foreign staff is being blamed by the Royal College of Nursing, (RCN) on the failure of the government to provide EU nationals in the UK with any security about their future.

Instead of blaming this situation on Brexit and on the lack of security for EU nationals, (even though the government appear to have assured EU nationals that NUN of them will be told to leave.) Should we not be asking the much more foundational question of…

“Why is Britain dependent on foreigners to staff our health service?”

An estimated 57,000 EU nationals are working within the NHS. This figure includes 10,000 doctors and 20,000 nurses, which probably means that we have something like 25,000+ ancillary staff and cleaners etc.

It gets worse if you look at the bigger picture, 26% of doctors are not UK citizens. The British Medical Association observe that without the contribution of non-British staff, “many NHS services would struggle to provide effective care to their patients”.

The British Medical Association observe that without the contribution of non-British staff, “many NHS services would struggle to provide effective care to their patients”.

The Philippines alone is providing well over 12,000 of its nationals to help staff the NHS.

In 2015 the British government added nurses to the government’s shortage occupation list.

There should be some exchange of workers.

Now, while there is obviously some scope for foreign staff to be temporarily in the UK while there to improve their skills or the like, and while we may have some of our health workers abroad doing much the same thing or even helping in a deprived or needed area, surely a country like the UK should be, on the hold capable of providing its own health staff.

Britain should be able to supply workers for the NHS.

Janet Davies, chief executive and general secretary of the RCN, is describing the NHS as being, “in a staffing crisis like never before.” She also said, “The government has failed to train enough British nurses and cannot afford to lose the international workforce on which the NHS so heavily relies.”

In my opinion, this is not only true of nurses and doctors and other health workers but in many other areas of industry and business.

It is time we stopped arguing about this or that education reform. We need to go back to solid and sound education that leaves people willing and capable of gaining meaningful employment and becoming productive members of society.

A great nation like Britain should be capable of staffing the NHS.

 

People make mistakes… what is the big deal?

There are important elections in Europe today, millions facing death from famine, but the BIG news is that the Chancellor, Philip Hammond, has had to back down on one of his budget items.

Now it may be significant, but does it really warrant top billing in the BBC headlines, or the Labour’s shadow chancellor John McDonnell describing this withdrawal of a budget NI increase as, “chaos” and “shocking.”

Sometimes I wonder just what they would call someone trying to give women the right to kill their own babies? That is not shocking. That is just women’s rights.

McDonnell later went on to accuse the chancellor of “Blundering so disastrously.”

I am sorry I did not see the disaster. Was it the famine in Africa that came as a result of this political miscalculation?

Our MP’s are now so concerned with catching the headlines with a snappy soundbite that there is little real quality of debate.

I am by no means a Conservative, at least not one with a capital “C”. But it appears to me, that Hammons being a little more Logical and less of an empathiser. Felt that there was room within the, “no rise in tax and NI,” promise to get away with, what he felt was a fair correction of the NI levels. Having found out the most of the county felt that this was a breach of the Conservative ‘tax lock’. He has stepped back from this and will now have to find more borrowing or savings.

This is exactly what the opposition called for him to do.

This does not look like a disaster. Unless that is that the savings or extra borrowing creates a disaster, but then the Labour party would have been very much more of a disaster.

Could our MP’s and news media just get some perspective, please?