I am loathe to criticise the security forces of any country after a terrorist attack.
I held my whist when Al Qaeda agent Hassan Malik murdered fifteen soldiers at a US army base and the base commander turned out to be an abject consummate Clinton era incompetent, boasting about how proud he was to see his men slapping medi packs on the wounded and dying, rather than accounting for how he came to let a well known Jihadi terrorist wander around his base shooting our men and women and unborn babies in uniform at leisure.
I also held my whisht when Al Qaeda bombed buses and trains in London and the police there claimed the Al Qaeda agents were unknown to them when in fact the lead bomber had been clearly identified as a threat months before and British police had instead of arresting him and detaining him for the duration been following a political correct policy of sensitivity to Muslims imposed by liberals in their own command structure by not arresting the lead Al Qaeda bomber and detaining or executing him but instead attempting to follow him and about 16,000 of his Al Qaeda suspect friends around Great Britain in the naive hope of catching some one or other or all of them just as they were about to press their detonators, and by keeping them at liberty up to that point, thereby to cause them absolutely no inconvenience beforehand.
I held my whisht.
Because the British and the Americans are in the front line of the Jihadi war against the world.
Let anyone who's stood in their shoes stand in judgement on them.
The Irish have done nothing.
So to Norway.
I am loathe to criticise the Norwegian police after a Satanist or Free Mason or whatever he was, and his accomplices whatever they are, shot and bombed 70 people to death there last week.
But a few points need to be made.
On the night of the murders, for some incomprehensible reason the Norwegian cops stood off the island where the murderer was slaughtering children.
That is to say, the cops were getting phone calls from the children saying: "There's a psycho killing us."
And for two hours the cops stayed clear of the murder zone.
They didn't go in.
Do you understand this?
Do you understand the sheer callous disregard for the lives of those kids exhibited by the Norwegian police?
Can you begin to fathom it?
Their excuse thus far has been that they didn't have a helicopter.
So they waited for the murderer to finish his grisly work.
And then they went in.
At best the Norwegian cops are guilty of abysmal cowardice.
I don't know what they're guilty of at worst.
I can't find a word for it.
Shortly after the arrest of the child slaughterer, a Norwegian police officer informed the liberal leftist media groups of the world that the murderer was a Christian fundamentalist.
This statement by the Norwegian police was at best a malicious lie.
It was based solely on some reference to Christian culture in the various false flag meanderings the murderer had posted on the internet.
In propagating the murderer's tendentious and nonsensical claims, the Norwegian police gave him the propaganda victory he had obviously been seeking.
And the Norwegian cops did this because of their own liberal leftist biases against the Christian faith.
That is all.