Why I Hate These People
I don't think it's possible to sum up the state of Britain better than the fact that Mike Freer, a gay MP, has decided to leave politics because of death threats from Islamist extremists. He explained that he narrowly avoided a confrontation with Ali Harbi Ali, an extremist who was given a life sentence for murdering Conservative MP David Amess.
Freer represents a constituency with a significant Jewish population and has supported Israel following the October 7 terrorist attack by Hamas. He told the Mail he believes his views on Israel have led to him being targeted.
This is bad, you might be thinking. It’s an assault on an elected representative’s right to represent his constituents and therefore an attack on our democracy.
It is, of course, but this is not remotely the beginning. First of all, Freer’s colleagues reacted in a manner that instantly brought back memories of the murder of Sir David Amess by an Islamist extremist in 2021 when they responded by talking about "online hate" as if he'd been murdered by a tweet.
The reaction of these same people, Freer’s colleagues, has been to ignore the real nature of the threat and instead claim "MPs must be nicer to each other".
Secondly, the other story in the news is of Abdul Shokoor Ezedi, an illegal immigrant who arrived in Britain from Afghanistan on a lorry in 2016. His application for asylum was denied that same year and then denied again in 2018. It was only after he had committed an unspecified sex offence in 2018 that he had worked out what to do. He “converted” to Christianity and was eventually given asylum on the basis that Afghanistan was an unsafe country for a faithful follower of Christ.
Despite the peaceful teachings of his newly adopted religion, this week Ezedi maimed a mother and her two daughters in a chemical attack that also injured 5 police officers and several members of the public who attempted to help the victims. At the time of writing, Ezedi remains on the run.
Why wasn't he deported when he first arrived illegally? Why was he not removed after the first two failed asylum applications? How on earth was he given asylum once he had committed a sex offence that resulted in him being placed on the Sex Offenders Register?
These are the questions most sane people will be asking. They’re not, however, the questions your elected representatives are asking. Instead, Conservative MP Caroline Nokes participated in a discussion on BBC Newsnight in which she talked bravely about the “number of microaggressions” she faced, while Labour MP Bell Ribeiro-Addy explained that Ezedi’s “asylum status was not the issue of concern”.
I try very hard not to harbour hate in my heart for anyone but I truly and deeply HATE these people.
I hate the people who allow our country to be taken advantage of by violent scum who should never have been here.
I hate the people who are too weak and too soft to protect their fellow citizens after being elected to do so.
Truth be told, I hate them even more than I hate the terrorists, extremists and foreign criminals who take advantage of them and (because of them) of us.
Because the terrorists, extremists and criminals are what they are. I expect them to murder, rape and maim. But these people, whom we elected to protect us, know what's going on and are just too pathetic and cowardly to do anything about it.
A plague on all their houses.
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