One of the most disturbing things to me is the way British subjects who went to fight for ISIS have been treated on their return to the U.K. Instead of being stripped of their citizenship, tried before a military tribunal and executed they have been given preferential treatment with regard to acquiring public housing. Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer, however, are deemed by the Home Office to be “not conducive to the public good”. Nothing could be more preposterous or dangerous for that matter.
Recently Ivan Balhatchet, the British National Police Chiefs’ Council’s lead on honour violence, was asked by a former police officer why there had not yet been a single conviction for female genital mutilation (FGM) in the entire United Kingdom, despite there having been tens of thousands of cases of it recorded since 1985. Balhatchet’s response unwittingly revealed the priorities of Theresa May’s “diverse,” shattered, staggering, dhimmi Britain.