England Witnesses Its Own Suicide

Unsurprisingly, yet another terror attack has been committed in England. The attack which local police are treating as a “terrorist incident”, was carried out at the end of an Ariana Grande concert at the Manchester Arena, on the 22/05/2017.

Local police have also mentioned that it is believed the blast came from a man who set off an “improvised explosive device”. The perpetrator is said to have died during the blast. The attack is the deadliest episode of terrorism in Britain, since coordinated bombings on the London public transit network in 2005.

Traumatised concert goes flee the venue in fear.

Now that the attack has happened and that 22 people have died (among them are many young girls), many more are injured, and too many more are traumatised, what is being done? The simple terror plan established by society is being carried out.

Step 1. Attempt to rule out any sort of suspicion that the attack was motivated by Islam.

Step 2. Once local police have confirmed that the attack was indeed terror related, continue to deny this case.

Step 3. Get annoyed at people for outlining causes of the attack and accusing them of being disrespectful.

Step 4. Change your profile picture to the transparent flag of the country where the attack was carried out.

Step 5. #prayfor*insert name of city here* (despite the fact that the attack was religiously motivated).

Step 6. After all hope is lost in attempting to blame everything but islam, decide to blame the victims who were present at the attack (in this case blame Ariana Grande for being too provocative).

Step 7. Repeat all of the above steps for complete social media gratification and self-acceptance.

We’ve used this “trusted” plan for every terror attack committed and has this helped? Theoretically, it has probably helped the grievance process for the families involved, but it hasn’t seemed to help in the long run.

This is the issue that we are facing. All of this stems from the classic nihilistic mind-set of most of today’s youth “why should I care about a future that I’m not going to be a part of”. Many of the youth today decide to adhere to authoritarian left ideologies which cause these attacks in the first place.

Why do they do this? Why do they consciously destroy the future of their children and grandchildren?

They do not care. The futile need to be respected and liked by others, to be deemed ‘kind’ and ‘gentle’ for excessive and almost fascist, authoritative left wing views have blinded them. Young people are impressionable and most of the time crave social recognition.

Sadly, a lot of the youth today care more about their temporary happiness than the future of their country and society. They would rather see their own race die out than be considered a “racist”.

Among this terrible realisation lies the possible cause behind the terrifying attack. The self-expression of females in Islamic and Middle Eastern countries is deemed to be a horrific action. Especially, when the self-expression flaunts what can be deemed as provocative in some sort of manner. Ariana Grande has been considered a figure that many young teenagers look up to, despite her provocative nature in the way she dresses and dances.

Islamic culture completely shuns this behaviour. Perhaps the attack was made for a specific reason; to scare young females into covering up, cowering them into submission under a misogynistic culture that commits these attacks against western countries.

Despite the sexualisation of the media and its saddening ability to influence young girls, this attack was a cowardly, disgusting and shocking act. No one should be petrified into following a backwards and third world culture.

No country should have to witness its own suicide.


Alison is a conservative right wing authoritarian. Having grown up in England and lived there for 18 years, UK politics remains a large part of her life. She is now living in Basel Switzerland, but is still passionate about UKIP, and other right wing leaders such as Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump

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