Britain’s national Daily Mail has front page headlines “Al Qaeda fanatics working in Police” in today’s issue.  This comes on top of revelations earlier this week that Al Qaeda has infiltrated the Government’s National Health Service, and The Mail claims that it has information that other security services and Government departments have been or are targets for infiltration.  Known extremists working within the police cannot be sacked because “the police do not have the legal power” to sack them.
This comes as no surprise to me.  Britain is the West’s centre for terrorism because of its liberal-intellectual inspired “politically correct” laws, and the implementation of these laws by politically correct fanatics in Government service at all levels from the Judiciary, through Senior Police Officers, down to the Human Resource Officers working within the services.
My post on the subject of why we’re not winning the war against terror back in June this year questioned why the West is not fighting this war as if it really is a war.  When Britain and America were at War with Germany and Japan, Germans and Japanese were (rightly) expected to support their own countries and those living in Britain and America were either interned or monitored closely.  They were certainty never allowed to join the police.
There is little doubt in my mind that Al Qaeda supporters have infiltrated every aspect of British life.  Teachers, engineers, doctors, and policemen – to name but a few are all targets because they are all useful to an organisation that is determined to impose Islamic Rule on the World – see the Mail’s report by Hassan Butt – a former member of a radical Islamist group.  Even so-called “moderate” Muslims will be inclined to support their own religion and its aims, even if they don’t openly support terrorists; after all, they’re sensible human beings mostly untrammelled by woolly-headed liberal thinking and laws.  Unless our Governments make up their minds that we are at WAR, ignore the media and change the laws to make it possible for Western Countries to fight unhampered, the war against terror will be lost.

Peter Davies was a territorial soldier in Rhodesia from 1963 to 1975.  Davies’ novel, Scatterlings of Africa, is based on his experience in the war, and personal observations of how terrorist activities impacted Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) and its people.  See

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