Con-Dem’s “National Security Council” Maps out Strategy Which Will Cause Terrorism, Not Prevent It
The Con-Dem’s new National Security Council (NSC) has mapped out a new strategy to “protect Britain’s security” -- by adopting even more of the policies which have caused Islamist terrorism in the first place.
In what must be the most shockingly ignorant moves yet by the new Government, the NSC’s first meeting announced a new security policy which included a plan for “increased ethnic integration” -- which is one of the two reasons for Islamist terrorism in Britain today.
The British National Party alone has continuously pointed out that the root causes of terrorism in Britain are mass immigration (which has created a large immigrant population from which Islamists can recruit followers), and a foreign policy which sees British forces involved in illegal, pointless and immoral wars against Muslim nations such as Iraq and Afghanistan, who present no danger to Britain at all.
In spite of this obvious truth, the new Con-Dem NSC has announced via a spokesman that its purpose is to not only look to “homeland defence, checks at airports and borders” but also to “broader national security.”
This means, the spokesman continued, “foreign and defence policy and counter terrorism” and also “work in communities, ethnic integration, counter-radicalisation.”
Anyone reading this might think it sounds familiar -- because it is.
All of these policies were adopted and implemented by the now departed Labour regime and called the “Prevent” strategy.
“Prevent” has been a notable failure and one commentator remarked that its only “success” was its ability to give taxpayers’ money to radical Islamists who applied for it under front organisations.
The demand for more “ethnic integration” is a de facto acknowledgement of the social segregation which mass Third World immigration has caused.
As the Tories are co-responsible for this colonisation attempt of Britain by the Third World, it is not surprising that they now seek to ignore it as a cause of the security problem now facing Britain.
The NSC is a Cabinet-level committee, chaired by David Cameron. Other members include deputy prime minister Nick Clegg, security minister Baroness Neville-Jones, home secretary Theresa May, defence secretary Liam Fox, international development secretary (the man in charge of foreign aid) Andrew Mitchell and foreign secretary William Hague.
The inclusion of the last three ministers -- of whom two in theory should have nothing to do with internal matters -- is also an indication that the new Government has closely tied its foreign policy to internal security.
The BNP alone maintains that the terrorist threat to our nation will only be contained once mass immigration and Britain’s biased foreign policy are corrected.