In response to Laura Perrins: Our clichéd, spineless response to Manchester is the terrorists’ biggest victory, Bugle wrote:
We have been softened up by social Marxism to accept the unacceptable. We have been tied down (like Gulliver) by the petty laws and bureaucracy of the EU; our institutions have been hollowed out. We have been divided by identity politics, and many of our young people have no patriotic feeling. If we had not suffered a national collapse of nerve and morale, we would never have accepted the platitudinous drivel spouted at us every day by leaders who do not know what else to do, and fear to do otherwise.
Let us hope that Brexit will result in a resurgence of national feeling, followed by the repeal of the Human Rights Act, which stands in the way taking preemptive action against Islamic extremists. The authorities appear to know who they are – they soon identify them and round them up after an incident. But they lack the will and an appropriate legal framework to deal with them. How often do we hear of some fatuous health and safety measure: “If it saves one life, it’s worth it.” Well here are many lives lost, due to the failure to put in place measures which might have saved them.