A day after the Nice, France Islamic terrorist attack which killed at least 84 people, outspoken British columnist Katie Hopkins is calling nonsense on the social media response that followed the attack.
According to Hopkins’ piece in the Daily Mail, the #PrayForNice Twitter hashtag that followed the terrorist attack only enables the “sit like ducks” mentality of continuing mass immigration of Muslims, while tweeting about ‘standing with solidarity.’
Take a look at the most brutal take-down of the French government’s leadership yet:
Evil mowed us down in a monster truck. And we tweeted like lethargic birds between Egyptian cotton sheets.
Celebrities rushed to social media with their message ‘not again’, designers comforted with a patriotic graphic, tea candles were lit and instagrammed. There will be a vigil in a public square. Again.
A hashtag is born #PrayForNice, exploding into a thousand others as people want to #PrayFor France or #PrayForHumanity, failing to acknowledge the horrible truth that this attack was done in some spurious god’s name. You want to pray for Nice? You think religion will help solve this?
Religion and its bonkers side-shoots are the problem.
Politicians tell us to stand united. The Prime Minister of France has said he will not allow the country to be destabilised. President Hollande reminds us terrorism will not be tolerated.
Well big news: France IS destabilised – in a perpetual state of Emergency. We do not stand united. We are divided, we are ripped apart. And yet we tolerate it every time.
We do not stand strong. We sit like ducks. Waiting to be shot. Helpless, pathetic, slow.
We are reminded to be more tolerant. Liberal lefties takes to the airways lecturing at us, not to react. To remind us of the good and humanity in most people.
Hopkins, now, is demanding that the country not spend three days in mourning, and instead fight back.
“France – like Britain – is an extraordinarily tolerant nation; accepting of new, integrating migrants, opening its arms to welcome those from elsewhere,” Hopkins writes. “Too tolerant. And that needs to stop.”
Hopkins also defended her views against the shrieks of ‘Islamophobic’ name-calling, saying that she is not afraid of Muslims, but instead has a “RATIONAL fear based on the fact these horrors find home in some form of that religion.”
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