Islam, Its Safe Spaces, And Censorship For All

Predictably there has been another terrorist attack in the UK, this time London falling prey again to three knife wielding attackers, who were shot to death by police after a murderous eight minute rampage that left seven people murdered.

With over three million Muslims living in the UK, many of them undoubtably having a below average IQ due in part to their inbreeding – important to highlight because this would make them more susceptible to manipulative arguments to commit senseless violence – this is going to continue until decisive steps are taken to eliminate extremism and its causes in their communities.

So, to get to the crux of the matter, what’s been the response of the British Prime Minister Theresa May to this bloodbath? According to the Independent:

New international agreements should be introduced to regulate the internet in the light of the London Bridge terror attack, Theresa May has said.

The Prime Minister said introducing new rules for cyberspace would “deprive the extremists of their safe spaces online” and that technology firms were not currently doing enough.

Safe spaces? Does she think she’s dealing with a group of SJWs worried about microaggressions from straight white men, or a horde of horny muslim perverts turned extremists seeking martyrdom so they can cure their urgent case of blue balls with 72 buxom virgins?

To be honest it doesn’t seem right to make light of the situation, but sometimes laughter is the best medicine, and no doubt we’ll have plenty more time for anger as the situation worsens.

Of course they have safe spaces in their mosques, where they’re indoctrinated with this radical ideology – and as pointed out by Tommy Robinson – in the prison system, where there’s little being done to isolate the radical preachers who recruit many to their cause under pain of severe beatings.

However it’s clear that this is nothing else than an underhanded way of curtailing free speech and freedom on the internet, all in the name of combatting “the single evil ideology of Islamic extremism.” It’s surprising she actually came out and said it, but we shouldn’t get our hopes up, the end game is complete regulation of the internet until it’s firmly under control, like television and radio.

Ms May’s speech is thought to be the first time she has publicly called for international cooperation in bringing forward more red tape to cyberspace, however.

The intervention comes after the introduction of the Investigatory Powers Act 2016 – dubbed the “Snooper’s Charter” – which expands the powers of spying agencies and the Government over the internet.

The Act, championed by Ms May, requires internet service providers to maintain a list of visited websites for all internet users for a year and gives intelligence agencies more powers to intercept online communications. Police can access the stored browsing history without any warrant or court order.

Police, and certainly the intelligence agencies, can and do intercept online communications without any warrant or court order, this is simply a way to make it lawful despite the best efforts of civil liberties advocates. Edward Snowden already revealed the extent of NSA surveillance in the US, and the UK as a signatory nation of ECHELON – one of the programs we actually know about – is no different.

“Never let a good crisis go to waste” is a quote attributed by some on the internet to Winston Churchill. Whether he said it or not is irrelevant, what matters is that another British Prime Minister is taking that advice and implementing it in the most deceptive way possible – it’s up to us to use the remaining free speech we have on the internet to denounce her for it, and the scum that murder innocents on our streets.