After the latest enriching diversity-violence in London, an old meme quickly reemerged from the cobweb-covered wardrobe of white pathology and UK government propaganda.

‘We are not afraid’ first appeared immediately after the 7/7 bombings in London 2005, attributed to some pleb, but was rapidly adopted as a central piece of government and media propaganda under the Blair government.

You know, sometimes it’s just not appropriate to say you’re ‘not afraid’.

That statement implies you are afraid. Afraid of dealing with the real cause of the problem. You’re afraid of having to confront reality. You’re afraid of all of the accumulated lies you’ve absorbed and consented to spilling out over the floor, and how that will make you look. How are you going to explain them ? How are you going to explain to people in your life that you’ve actually been trying to harm them with these lies ?

You’re deeply afraid of being made a social pariah, of being called a racist. And you would rather people die and get maimed than be called a racist.

You are afraid. You are pathetic.

Terrorism is easy to be brave and stoic with, it’s ‘abstract’, ‘out there somewhere’ and the actual day-to-day risks of death from terrorism are still remote, albeit significantly increased by the presence of non-white populations.

Being brave and defiant towards the idea of a kind of abstract violence that you will probably never have to confront, claiming you will ‘not let it divide us’ allows you to signal your compliance to power, to demonstrate you are a ‘good person’, bypassing the actual reason it happened at all.

It must feel great to be a useful idiot –reinforcing the narrative and taboo of diversity, thereby ensuring more people are victims of terrorism.

The right advice to Londoners, and people in the UK generally is do be afraid.

And if you’re not afraid of getting run over by some worthless hate-filled negro, with a history of racially-motivated serious assault who wants his worthless life to mean something in the eyes of other negroes, and who believed in his worthless shit-brain that Islam makes his hatred righteous, be afraid of acid being thrown in your face, of rape, of remorseless violence. Be afraid of your daughters being dragged into a Pakistani pedophile ring, and the authorities being too afraid of being called racist to do anything – my God they could really have done with the ‘We are not afraid’ meme.

Also be afraid of what your government will do to clamp down on your rights after every new terrorist act, introducing new laws about hate speech, incitement, and pushing for more internet snooping as they will always do – their real target being whites. It’s all part of the enriching effect of diversity.

Be afraid. Be very afraid.

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