Monday, December 4, 2017

The Extremely Amusing James Delingpole: Donald Trump Just Trolled the Baby Beeeeejeezzuss Out Of the UK

So, I love this article.

And if you don't listen to the Delingpole podcast you should.

I shouldn't listen to it on public transport because Mr. Delingpole has a line that he drops once in a while, thanking and flattering his "very special listener" and it really cracks me up every time.

So funny. Seriously, that line. I can't even!

Anyway, I think Delingpole has it right. 

What was that RT of President Trump all about?

President Trump, he contends:

"...was sending a message to the people he cares about: all those ordinary people out there, not just in the U.S. but in Europe and beyond, who are shocked, appalled, scared by the way their countries are slowly (or quite quickly in the case of some countries, Sweden, for example) surrendering to Islam; who feel betrayed by the pusillanimity of their political leaders and let down by the failure of most of their media to report on the rapes and the sexual grooming and the violence being committed disproportionately by Muslims, both immigrants and home-grown radicals; who feel unable to speak – except in embarrassed whispers – about their fears about being stabbed or machine-gunned or blown up or mown down by yet another jihadist simply for the crime of going about their daily, Western life; who bitterly resent being tarred as Islamophobic or xenophobic or uncaring when all they want is to be allowed to live their life in peace in a country whose traditions, laws and cultural values remain the ones they grew up with and which make their homeland worth living in."

"These are the people Trump was reaching out to with those tweets."

"As for the rest – all those politicians and media types and cry bully activist groups – they just fell into Trump’s trap."

Because "The Normals" (term coined by the great Kurt Schlichter, who is Kathy Shaidle's Jesus-DYING HAHAHA) of Britain feel like this: 

"Some of us here in Britain – many if not most of us, I suspect – are continually pinching ourselves in disbelief at what our country has become in so short a space. It seems only yesterday that we used to be able to walk over Westminster Bridge or go shopping round Borough Market or go to a pop concert without for one second having to worry about the possibility of being murdered by Islamic terrorists; that boys and girls in headscarves were never segregated in inner city schools and taught to despise Jews and other kuffar; that the correct response to mass rape was mass arrest not mass cover ups; that Britain believed in equality before the law not in separate Sharia courts for certain communities; that a supermarket worker who told his boss “I can’t serve alcohol to customers” would be told in no uncertain terms either to do his job or move on elsewhere…"

Read the whooooooooooole thing.