Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Tori Johnson and Katrina Dawson

I'm not going to mention the name of the Islamic terrorist who was killed in Australia yesterday. Like Marino Faliero, let's not honor him with public display.

Instead, let us honor true heroism in the Anglo-Saxon tradition;
Tori Johnson, 34, was wrestling a gun from hostage-taker Man Haron Monis when he was killed.

It is understood the cafe manager decided to take action when the gunman began to doze off after the siege had been ongoing for 17 hours.

He lunged at the hostage-taker’s weapon, allowing others to flee.

He was one of two hostages killed in the siege, with 38-year-old lawyer Katrina Dawson also fatally shot.

The second hostage killed has been identified as barrister Katrina Dawson. The 38-year-old mother-of-three is the sister of well-known Sydney lawyer Sandy Dawson.

Ms Dawson was tragically killed trying to defend her pregnant colleague, Julie Taylor.
Tori was the manager. That business was his responsibility. It was his place to take action when it was time. BZ.

Katrina, a mother three times over, knew that the innocent life unborn was of more importance than one who already had a full life. BZ.

All of this, of course, was avoidable. If you have not already, google search the record of the killer. A murderer and rapist who should have been deported a long time ago.

Some parts of our West are doing their best to commit suicide just so bullies won't call them names for doing the right thing. This is the result of a twisted desire by the pampered to push self-destructive immigration and crime enforcement policies just so they can be called nice things by the self-loathing pushers of a debunked but still powerful political mindset that is a lower form of our modern Anglo-Saxon culture.

Blood on their hands? Yes, from the press to the politicians who stood in the way of that man being deported. Due to their fundamental failure to protect their citizens, the citizens had to protect themselves - and Tori and Katrina paid with their lives for others' intellectual vanity.

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