(And when I say good, I mean STEYN GOOD, SUBJECT BAD-REALLY REALLY BAD."
What does the mass rape of women, and indeed the mass rape of Europe show us?
Not simply that evil exists. As Mark Steyn points out.:
"It shows us how easily a once civilized people get used to pure evil - at first declining to notice it, to let it catch your eye, and then accommodating it and incubating it. You'll be surprised how quickly such an attitude becomes universally understood, so that the few who insist on noticing, on not accommodating it become the real problem. See no evil, hear no cries of the victims, speak no forbidden thought of the motivations behind today's terror attack, and tomorrow's, and the day after..."
"So female shoppers in Finland get stabbed by murderous Muslims, and Buckingham Palace is in lockdown because of a man from Luton. Lie back and think of a lost England - and a lost Europe."