December 2, 2019
The Sadic King isn’t even human.
The more random violent people with conflicting beliefs and ideas you put into a place, the more diversity you have and thus, the stronger you become.
This is a fact that must be reiterated on every terrorist attack because otherwise people would forget what the true source of their strength really is.
London mayor Sadiq Khan told reporters that diversity is one of the British capital’s strengths in the wake of the London Bridge attack, and that all great cities are targets for terrorists.
“Look, I’m mayor of the greatest city in the world, and one of our strengths is our diversity,” he told reporters shortly the attack by Usman Khan, a convicted radical Islamic terrorist who had been freed from prison on a tag after serving less than half of a 16-year term, which left two dead and three injured.
“But we do know there are people out there who hate out diversity, hate what we stand for, and are trying to seek to divide us”, he added — although his grounds for appearing to suggest that terrorists despise Britain for being diverse were unclear.
“Diversity is our strength” and a “he will not divide us” variant.
He Will Not Divide Us
Can the Sadic King Sadiq Khan even form a sentence without slogans?
Mayor Khan then flirted with controversy with a statement echoing an earlier, infamous former claim of his with respect to terror attacks — i.e. that “part and parcel of living in a great global city is you’ve got to be prepared for these things” — by telling reporters: “Look, I know, speaking to colleagues around the world, mayors of other great cities, that we’re all targets for terrorists.”
Mayor Khan went on to say that London would have suffered even more deadly terror attacks like the one perpetrated by Usman Khan if not for the efforts of the authorities, confirming that “since the four terror incidents in 2017, because of the excellent work that police and the security services and because of the intelligence provided by members of the public, we’ve thwarted more than twenty attempts at terrorism on innocent citizens”.
“[W]hat’s really important is we all remain vigilant,” he warned, adding that “If anyone sees anything suspicious please report it to the police. Err on the side of caution, I’d rather people overreport to the police and the experts than under-report,” he said.
“[T]he message I want to send… is we are resolute, we stand united in the face of terrorism, and we will not allow anybody to divide us,” he insisted.
Other great cities of the world being targets of terrorism have a very critical factor in common: diversity.
To top it off, the Sadic King says that if it weren’t for the police and authorities, London would have suffered even more terror attacks, which is basically the same as saying that diversity requires some kind of police state with mass surveillance where everyone is looking over their shoulders and mass reporting people to “err on the side of caution” in order to reduce terror attacks.
If he really wants to convince people of diversity being a strength, why not point out examples of countries of white people who are stronger and better after becoming diverse?
This isn’t real.
Are the British stronger now than they were before?
Are they still THE BRITISH EMPIRE?
“The Economy tho” isn’t an argument because sacrificing the safety and the future of a people for momentary monetary gains isn’t sustainable and it isn’t a strength.
If there are examples of successful Diversitopyas, we have to investigate the exact mix of diversity that they use because in all the places I’ve looked at, diversity means conflict.