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If UK/Europe are doomed, this is why

Cross The Line in the UK is a Twitter ad campaign to help people “spot the signs of right wing extremism”. Signs such as being young, doing political actions, and going to the gym:

Here’s the thing: Young, politically-involved gym-goers may vote for Brexit (gasp!), but they commit no terrorist attacks, in the UK or elsewhere. Unless they’re Muslim. If they’re Muslim, they do it all the time, killing and maiming people.

Does the UK have ad campaigns to help people spot the signs of Islamic extremism?



  1. Much like Obama’s push to get right wingers labelled as terrorist groups, with NO history of violence, it reveals just how deranged the left is.

    Comment by Craig Smith — July 31, 2017 @ 1:29 pm - July 31, 2017

  2. 2 of the 2 ads I saw mentioned going to the gym. It’s weird. It’s almost as if there’s a feminist subtext to the campaign, of shaming strength/testosterone and telling British youth to be weak, feminized cucks.

    Comment by ILoveCapitalism — July 31, 2017 @ 2:03 pm - July 31, 2017

  3. Remember the scene in 1984 where Winston goes to help the neighbor with her plumbing?

    Her creepy little girl (?) looks at Winston and declares “you’re a thought criminal”. Later, the kids turn their dad in.

    Comment by KCRob — July 31, 2017 @ 9:56 pm - July 31, 2017

  4. From what I’ve been reading, the “legacy” metropolitan cities in the UK — Greater London, Manchester, Liverpool and York — may already be lost. Young, ambitious and patriotic Britons instead are rediscovering the country-virtues in the small County Towns and Market Towns in what were the “rural counties”. These are also the strongholds of the BREXIT voter-base.

    With the Internet and 21st-century logistics like Fed-Ex and Amazon fulfillment, the young entrepreneurial class doesn’t need to be in the metropolis, everywhere is a local-call and overnight-delivery away. And the cost of living is much-lower and the livability is a plus.

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — August 1, 2017 @ 2:27 am - August 1, 2017

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