Recognition of enemies

Guest Post:

As a child in England during WW2, like everyone else, I was aware of the threat of our enemy. As they over-ran Europe, the Germans were but 22 miles away from us, across the English Channel. So, apart from the always threatened invasion, and of course air-raids, our fears were absent.
Why? Because those of German extraction in the population were interned.
Our enemies were not at loose in our midst.  We did not fear mass shootings or similar events.

Now, even in the most peaceful of countries, we do not even know who our enemies are. There are no declarations of war. No uniformed armies. The threat can come from any source, and such threats are even encouraged in the mosques, apparently without fear of retribution from the civil authorities. Freedom of religion you know!  Even though the Koran instructs followers to kill.
Yet we are still encouraged to Keep Calm And Carry On!

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What on earth is the goal of those who want to import even more possible threats, especially when there are Christian refugees who are in need of asylum? Are our “Leaders” supposed to be looking after the people of New Zealand, or are they intent on gaining kudos with some other group? If so, who? They forget that they are OUR employees, and as such, should put the benefits and safety of New Zealanders first and foremost…or be sacked!

 

by The Bionic woman.


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