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Thank You To The Police

Hi Everyone

Two days to go to the UK Election and I want to say a huge thank you to the armed police on our streets, maintaining our way of life. They are truly ‘Britain’s finest’ and make me feel so safe.

However, the media is being unfair to keep saying that the attackers at London Bridge were known to police.  Even their own families did not know what was happening, as in the Libyan father of the Manchester attacker, who initially said that it could not be his son. I am not repeating his name; it is too shameful  to remember.

Theresa May has done a fabulous job talking to people on the ground and answering their issues. In retrospect it will be seen as a phenomenal achievement in such a short time.  In hindsight, she was right to avoid the television debate on 31st May, which she could see descending into farce.  Besides seven against one is unfair odds and having to constantly justify herself would indeed have been a waste of time.

I have made that most personal of all decisions and I want to say to all women: it is imperative that we vote, as the evil people in our country want Sharia law. I know that our security services and agencies protecting us, will come through with honour.

I wish you well.

LucyLou

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London Attackers Shot In Eight Minutes

A few hours ago, I switched on the television to see another terrorist attack had happened in London last night, on another bridge.  The attackers used a vehicle like the first time in March, when we were all incredulous that such a tragedy could befall us.

Londoners and tourists alike were enjoying a warm Saturday evening in June.  Now seven lovely people will not be going home and fifty are injured.  Take, if they can, some of the love sent out by Ariana Grande, Coldplay and other acts I didn’t see at her returning concert in Manchester tonight.

It was a startling, amazing concert and a roaming TV camera picked out emotional young faces in a huge crowd.  The musicians spoke of love uniting us.  So let love be an ideology that we all share in the civilised world.  As each star gave a heartfelt message to Manchester, it emanated from the TV and must have flooded the hearts of all of the people there.  Each of them will spread the love and that’s what makes us win.

The solution?   Eight minutes.  Eight minutes, very fast elimination of the threat and three dead attackers.  This country of ours has been brilliantly protected by the police and Security Services for many years, which I have taken for granted.  During an election and having to protect MP’s, it turns out that there have been too many cuts.  Please put more men on the beat; it makes us feel safe.

In the meantime, could the police:

  • Please erect temporary steel mesh barriers along the pavements of all of the bridges?
  • Computer-check each car’s number plate as it enters the bridge. It will slow the traffic but it is fast prevention and possibly deterrent.

To the people affected, I am terribly sorry it happened.  To Britain’s finest, thank you.

LucyLou

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The Irony of Saint-Denis

Suicide-bombers are taught in Madrassas everywhere that it is an honour to be chosen  and  rather than be tortured into giving away information about the Cause, it is imperative to blow oneself up.

When police approached an apartment on Wednesday, in Saint-Denis,  long known as the Parisian Arab Quarter, she followed the lore, maybe because she was a woman and believed herself doubly honoured to be  taking the other people there with her.

Now this does not generally happen to leaders.  They do not suicide because they are needed, to, er, lead.  The reason there was a delay in finding this out is because unidentified bodies had to be extracted from rubble.  It is ironic that the planner of the Parisian atrocity should be blown up by his own believer.  Score: one big revenge to France.

Doubtless, with all these drones about, leaders suddenly find themselves unpopular.  Bodyguards, often mercenaries do not themselves believe in martyrdom from this world, as no-one knows whether there is another and if there is one, punishment for killing your fellow men, would lead to a punishment not so much heinous, which has been overdone, as predictable.  The path to hell is well-worn.

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