London Bombings Raise Question Of Expulsion Of Extremist Muslim Immigrants
A question of the highest importance in the London bombings iw whether the horrific act were committed by people who flew in from abroad, or whether they were living in the British Isles.
If these were Muslim extremists living in Britain itself, it raises the issue of whe ther all people who cannot bring themtolves to assimilate in Britain but profess of radical Islamic thought and action ought not to be expelled from the British isles.
There is, at least for the time being, less of such a question in the United States. Most immigrants here are assimilating or are moderates loyal to the country. Thius is undoubtedly the main reason why there have beere not been further acts of terror here since 9/11.
But in Britain and on the European continent, there appears to be a vast unassimilated group of Muslim immigrants,
Those people should be removed from Europe for the safety of the European states and the preservation of democracy.
Already, there have been many arrests in both Western Eyurioe and Britain of radical Islamics. But, as the case in the U.S., the courts are often staffed by liberal and/or corrupt djuges who are poor defenders of constiitutional order and allow many of the accused to either go free or serve only very light sentences.
There need to be rethinking of this entire situation. A distinction meed be made between good Muslim citizens, whose rights should be protected, and those who are not saisfactory residents of the countries to which they have moved.
Those people need fast deportation, so we do not have a whole series o bombings in London and many other cities.
The time grows late. We must act to rid the Western democracies of saboteurs and murderers,