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The Face of Cowardice: Theresa May

Posted on | June 27, 2013 | 177 Comments

Meet the hideous creature who banned Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer from England: British Home Secretary Theresa May, a disgrace to her office, to her nation and to every British citizen who ever lived. On June 25, this deplorable stain on the reputation of a once honorable people “personally directed that [Geller] should be excluded from the United Kingdom” because it is believed that Geller would “foment or justify terrorist violence . . . provoke others to terrorist acts . . . foster hatred,” etc. Robert Spencer writes of the ban:

We had planned to lay a wreath at a memorial to British soldier Lee Rigby, who was beheaded by Islamic jihadists on a Woolwich street on May 22. But it is not conducive to the public good in Britain to oppose jihad violence and Islamic supremacism.

British schoolgirls are being systematically gang-raped by Muslims and British soldiers are being hacked to death in the street by Muslims and yet this despicable gutless appeaser, Theresa May, thinks the way to solve the problem is to ban critics of Islam?

Neville Chamberlain was a heroic statesman by comparison.

I’m trying to get an e-mail address for Theresa May, so that I can send her a request that she also ban me from the nation whose honor she has so despicably surrendered to the despotic rule of sharia.

Meanwhile, I just hit the tip jar at both Pamela Geller’s Atlas Shrugs and Robert Spencer’s Jihad Watch, and hope you will, too.

UPDATE: Years ago, there was a BBC mini-series about the RAF pilots who saved England in the darkest hours of the Blitz.

A squadron of Spitfires would take off, lose perhaps one-third or one-half their number in the desperate dogfights with the Nazis and, when the surviving pilots made it back to base, the question would be asked, “How was it up there today?”

“Piece of cake.”

What heroic nobility! That’s the old British stiff-upper-lip stoicism, the jaunty indifference to danger: “Piece of cake.”

Damn, to see England go under in dishonor like this . .

 

 

UPDATE II: A belated welcome to Instapundit readers, and I’m pleased to report that a commenter has provided an e-mail address for Teresa May: mayt@parliament.uk

 


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  • Ann

    The US is securing it’s position as having the most people banned from Britain. Why cannot the US produce more uncontroversial people like Mohammad Al-Arefe, whom May has no problem letting into the UK.

  • hisham

    Uhhh?

  • Thomas Weiss

    Hey Brits, have the Muslims that murdered Lee Rigby gone to trial yet?

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  • caradoc

    Wonder if they’ll get banned from England too? Aw, hell, couldn’t even keep a straight face as I typed that.

  • caradoc

    I think the worst part of it is her quote: “foment or justify terrorist violence”.

    There is no such thing as a justification for terrorist violence. The fact she thinks there is is just amazing. Talk about a self-(and culture) hating loser.

  • Reaganite

    And she is from the Conservative Party?

  • WarEagle82

    So stupid only a mad dog or an Englishwoman could believe it…

  • Bobby Powell

    Tarring and feathering usually led to a painful death. The tar, you see, had to be heated much like asphalt. So when it was poured onto the victim’s skin it would produce horrific burns which would be further infected by the tar and excrement that normally sticks to feathers.

    Just sayin.

  • creeper

    Have you any thoughtful response to people you disagree with beyond calling all of them “trolls”?

  • creeper

    Thank you for one thoughtful reply.

  • Finrod Felagund

    Oh, I disagree with people all the time. But when people show up with the sole purpose of annoying the existing residents, use completely specious logic (when they have any), and behave like obnoxious jackasses, then they’re just simply trolls.

    After all, Jesus instructs me to not cast my pearls before swine.

  • Finrod Felagund

    Lich also works, in the D&D sense.

  • richard40

    So saying that radical jihadist muslims are wrong to engage in violence is inciting them to violence. I wonder if she did anything to their mullahs, who actually did incite them to violence.

  • richard40

    Good point, if the conservative party is completely gutless, the labor party must be even worse.

  • Roderick Reilly

    The “descent” started when Churchill was booted out of office right after the war ended..

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