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Citizens of ‘Londonistan’

July 10th, 2005 . by Matt

Mohammed Atta, ringleader of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. To all appearances, he was a regular guy, and even drank alcohol and went to strip clubs.

Randal Parker from Parapundit has written an interesting post about terrorists that have citizenship of the country they are terrorising.

I see home grown terrorism as a challenge to the assumptions underlying the concept of citizenship. How can one claim the status of citizen when one rejects the legitimacy of the society that the overwhelming majority of its members accept and support? Why should the majority recognize the right of membership in a group for people who reject and who wish to kill large numbers of members of that group?

The growing numbers of terrorists born and bred in western countries goes to show that western nations are bent on civilizational suicide. Democracies can only work when there is a great deal of agreement in the fundamental precepts that society should be organised upon among the people in it. People that are bent on the destruction of western society have been able to use their democratic and civil rights to undermine the very institutions and people that provided them with their high standard of living and freedom.

Increasingly, normal people are starting to wonder why we have to tolerate this hostile element in our society.

2 Responses to “Citizens of ‘Londonistan’”

  1. comment number 1 by: RGM-79

    It’s time to change our sense of mercy.
    Developed nations don’t have to accept immigrants from hostile countries.

  2. comment number 2 by: CB400F

    No country has to accept any immigrants against its will, as a matter of fact. It was the British government that accepted cheap labours from former colonies, consequentally making outcaste, unhappy and delusional bastards.