A recent, highly disturbing story underlines that regime’s bottomless hunger for absolute control over its subjects’ attitudes and thoughts:
A man famously lauded as a “hero” in 2017 for fighting off terrorists on the London Bridge has been forced by British authorities to attend “de-radicalization” classes “over fears he may become extremist” after being stabbed eight times, British papers reported.
Forty-nine-year-old Roy Larner became known as the “Lion of London Bridge” after three Jihadis in a van plowed into a crowd of people on London Bridge before stalking from building to building, killing seven people and eventually reaching the Black and Blue pub where Larner was drinking with friends.
“They had these long knives and started shouting about Allah. Then it was, ‘Islam, Islam, Islam,’” Larner said. “Like an idiot I shouted back at them … I took a few steps towards them and said, ‘Fuck you, I’m Millwall,’” he said, referring to his favorite soccer team….
He fought them off with his bare fists, sustaining serious stab wounds all over his body but allowing dozens of other patrons to escape.
Larner has now been added to a terrorist watchlist know as Britain’s “Prevent” program after fears he could become an anti-Islam extremist, the Sun reported Monday.
I hardly need to comment on the ironies here. Britons don’t dare say a word about the Islamic invasion of the Sceptered Isle and what it’s done to their lives. That’s “hate speech” that can land you in prison. But Roy Larner, who defended others from homicidal Muslims who’d already killed seven people, must have his thoughts reshaped to prevent him from becoming “an anti-Islam extremist.”
What does the regime really fear? That Britons might be thinking, “We’d be a lot safer had we not agreed to give up our firearms,” maybe? Or “These Muslims are destroying everything we hold dear, and the politicians are perfectly all right with it,” perhaps? Either one would threaten the elite. Therefore, anyone who exemplifies individual resistance to What Has Been Decreed From On High must be remolded. Roy Larner makes a perfect object lesson to the rest.