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Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads - Doing the hokey-cokey won't defeat terror, Dave: RICHARD LITTLEJOHN says it is time Britain stopped being such a soft touchA?ByRichard Littlejohn for the Daily Mail Published: 01:16 GMT, 13 January 2015 | Updated: 07:54 GMT, 13 January 2015 2.6k shares 564 View comments Call me an old cynic, but why were all those a£á?world leadersa£á? marching through Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads Paris on Sunday? Naturally, the French wanted to vent their grief, commemorate their dead and publicly demonstrate their defiance.What, however, were all those foreign presidents and prime ministers doing there? Showing solidarity is one thing, but this smacked of a synchronised selfie.They looked as if they were about to break in to the hokey-cokey.Scroll down for videoA? Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads What, however, were all those foreign presidents and prime ministers doing there? Showing solidarity is one thing, but this smacked of a synchronised selfie David Cameron managed to nab pole position, linking arms with the attractive blonde woman who runs Denmark.He does, of course, have previous with Helle Thorning-Schmidt, having muscled his way into a photograph she Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads was taking of herself and Barack Obama at Nelson Mandelaa£á?s memorial service.Call Me Dave might have got away with one intimate photo draped around a fit blonde. Two starts to look like stalking, especially when ita£á?s the same bird.A? RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Farage says West bears some 'culpability' for Paris... SAS will swoop if Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads gun jihadis attack Britain: Cameron puts... Police commissioner a£á?shot himself dead in his office after... Share this article Share I wouldna£á?t be surprised to discover that SamCam had a quiet word in his shell-like when he got back to No 10, and he was forced to spend the night in the spare room.The only foreign dignitary who Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads had genuine reason to be on the march was the Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu. Jews were deliberately targeted by the terrorists in Paris, and Israel is on the frontline of the global jihad.It was curious, to say the least, to spot the Palestinian leader in the line-up. Mahmoud Abbas may preach peace, but the Palestinian territories are Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads a haven and a breeding ground for terrorists who share the hardline beliefs of those maniacs who murdered 17 people in France. I n a bold and welcome intervention, Sajid Javid said: a£á?There is no getting away from the fact that the people carrying out these acts call themselves Muslim'As for all those self-important EU leaders, it Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads is their suicidal approach to mass immigration, their beloved human rights laws and their craven appeasement of firebrand preachers of hate which allows Islamist terrorism to flourish in the West.Just as I predicted on Friday, we have been told repeatedly that these atrocities are a£á?nothing to do with Islama£á?. It was a couple of days before Cameron Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads could even bring himself to utter the phrase a£á?Islamist terroristsa£á?.It took one of Camerona£á?s ministers, Sajid Javid, himself a Muslim, to set the record straight. In a bold and welcome intervention, Javid said: a£á?There is no getting away from the fact that the people carrying out these acts call themselves Muslim.a£á?The lazy answer from people out there Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads would be to say that this has got nothing to do with Islam and Muslims and that should end the debate. That would be lazy and wrong. You cana£á?t get away from the fact that these people are using Islam . . . as their tool to carry out their horrible activities.a£á?Fear of being accused of a£á?Islamophobiaa£á? Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads has prevented the authorities in Britain, at least, from robustly confronting the cancer in our midst. Pledge: David Cameron has promised to ramp up internet surveillance powers to prevent terrorists from plotting atrocities onlineA? Cameron claims we must rigorously defend freedom of speech, but in the next breath he monsters Nigel Farage for telling the truth about Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads the human rights racket, uncontrolled immigration and the disastrous pursuit of multi-culturalism.Just as I predicted, too, the Funny People were straight out of the blocks demanding new powers to trawl through our private emails and phone calls. Cameron claims we must rigorously defend freedom of speech, but in the next breath he monsters Nigel Farage for telling Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads the truth about the human rights racketTo be honest, I assumed they were doing it already. Isna£á?t that what GCHQ at Cheltenhama£á?s for?Look, Ia£á?m all for giving the security services the tools they need to track and capture terrorists. But we should be wary of any attempt to curtail our freedoms in the name of keeping us Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads a£á?safea£á?. The Government historically has been reluctant to use the powers it has already.Herea£á?s the proof, in a story you may have missed in the blanket coverage of the French attacks.On Friday, Abu Hamza a£á¡¨ aka Captain Hook a£á¡¨ was sentenced by a judge in New York to life in a supermax prison for terrorist activities. He Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads has been stripped of his hooks and he will die in jail.The only concession the Americans have made to his human rights is to replace one of his hooks with a a£á?sporka£á? a£á¡¨ a spoon and fork combination, which will make it easier for him to eat his prison food.Ia£á?d imagine he will find life in a Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads U.S. supermax penitentiary rather less comfortable than the time he served behind bars in this country.When he was in Belmarsh Prison, South London, Hamza was provided with a personal chiropodist to cut his toenails. Whata£á?s the worst job youa£á?ve ever had?In the States he gets a spork, in Britain he got regular pedicures.Hook was on the radar Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads long before 9/11. His Finsbury Park mosque was a hotbed of hate preaching and a recruiting office for young jihadis, including the shoe bomber Richard Reid. It turns out, too, that there are also links between Finsbury Park and some of those responsible for the French slaughter last week.Yet the authorities let him off the hook, so Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads to speak, for years on end. Even when moderate Muslims, appalled at his activities, kicked him out of the mosque, the Met closed roads and gave him a police escort so he could carry on spewing his vile sermons in the street.He wasna£á?t arrested until 2004 a£á¡¨ and then only in response to an extradition request from Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads the Americans. Hook faced no home-grown charges in Britain until 2006. He managed to evade extradition for eight years.And he is only one of thousands of foreign desperados given sanctuary in Britain. For ten years, one of the men who bombed the Paris Metro in 1995 was able to use the British courts to resist extradition to Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads France.Our capital city wasna£á?t nicknamed a£á?Londonistana£á? for nothing.Even now, after major terrorist atrocities on our own soil, such as the London transport bombings and the murder of soldier Lee Rigby, we continue to roll out the red carpet for those who hate us. Uba Hamza spewed hate and venom in Britain for years without being stoppedIt has Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads been revealed that the wife of the Al Qaeda fanatic believed to have mentored the terrorists involved in last weeka£á?s Paris massacre is living on benefits in a council house in Leicester.Djamel Beghal, currently awaiting trial in France, was once one of Captain Hooka£á?s chief cronies at Finsbury Park. His wife, Sylvie, who has four children, decided Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads to move to Britain from France because she wanted to live in a more a£á?Islamic environmenta£á?.Tells you all you need to know, really, doesna£á?t it? Most people in search of an a£á?Islamic environmenta£á? would look first to Saudi Arabia or Pakistan. Not Sylvie. She chose Leicester, where she was welcomed with open arms and showered with money Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads courtesy of the mug British taxpayer.Why wouldna£á?t she? Britain is a soft touch. Ita£á?s all very well MI5 wanting more powers to intercept communications, but isna£á?t it about time the authorities used existing laws to smash the terrorists?Wea£á?ve got conspiracy laws, as well as legislation against a£á?hate crimesa£á? and incitement.The Government should repeal the appalling Human Rights Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads Act; instruct the police and security services to close down Islamist websites; stop our prisons being used as Al Qaeda recruiting offices; shut down mosques and religious schools which foment terrorism; prosecute and deport foreign hate preachers; and lock up those fanatics with British passports.But they wona£á?t. So take little notice of the political posturing and pompous Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads platitudes in Paris on Sunday.If two million people had marched through London a fortnight ago, protesting against Islamist extremism and waving cartoons of the Prophet, the Government would have sent in the riot police and made hundreds of arrests for racially and religiously aggravated hate crimes.A? The Life On Mars look is making a comeback. Mena£á?s fashion Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads this year is going back to the Seventies.As someone who got married in a brown three-piece suit, with flared strides and lapels like the wingspan of Concorde, let me assure you this is a serious mistake. Mind you, ita£á?s not as bad as the outfit unveiled at a fashion show in Londona£á?s Oxford Street on Friday.A male Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads model took to the catwalk dressed like a terrorist, complete with balaclava.Who thought suicide-bomber chic was a good idea, especially on a day when real terrorists were rampaging through France?A? Goodness knows why Ed Miliband will not admit promising to a£á?weaponisea£á? the NHS. Scaring the public half to death over the health service is about the only Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads tactic hea£á?s got at the next election. Goodness knows why Ed Miliband will not admit promising to a£á?weaponisea£á? the NHS.A?Scaring the public half to death over the health service is about the only tactic hea£á?s got at the next electionMiliband is fortunate in that he can rely on the NHS management and unions to do his dirty Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads work for him.Forcing out the private contractors at Hinchingbrooke hospital and cranking up the panic at A&E is almost certainly part of the plan.A? The BBC refused to air an interview with Chaka Artwell, from Oxford, because he was wearing a a£á?racista£á? golly round his neckNo onea£á?s denying there are problems, largely of Laboura£á?s creation.A?And dedicated frontline Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads staff work tirelessy in difficult conditions. But the management are part of the problem, not the solution.They run the health service entirely for their own benefit and enrichment. Some of them seem to think managing the NHS is a huge joke.A?Staff at hospitals in Kent have been dressing up in budget meetings as gladiators and witches and Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads wearing knotted hankies on their heads, like the Gumbys in Monty Python.Bring on the Oompa Loompas!Senior executives said the idea of fancy dress was to encourage a£á?innovative thinkinga£á?.Herea£á?s a better plan. We should force them to dress up as ambulance drivers and casualty orderlies, and make them do a proper job.The ever-vigilant golliwog squad are on patrol Jeans True Religion Black Friday Ads again.The BBC refused to air an interview with Chaka Artwell, from Oxford, because he was wearing a a£á?racista£á? golly round his neck.For the record, Mr Artwell is black and specialises in promoting black history.You couldna£á?t make it up. .

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