Thursday, January 02, 2003

Importing the problem

Srdja Trifkovic writes about the Islamic invasion of Britain. While I do not like equating immigration with invasion, as I regard it as a false and unhelpful analogy, it does raise a central and puzzling question - why are we concentrating so little on the home front?

As Islamic terrorism is cited as the main threat to our national security, why are adherants of this alien faith still let in so easily, and why are some of its more troublesome adherants not only sheltered here, but paid for through social security? No matter how many times we bomb Afghanistan or the secular regime in Iraq it won't matter a jot until we treat terrorism as the internal law and order problem that it is.


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