This is what a heroine looks like
In the same week that Austrian activists Génération Identitaire were shaken down by their government, Katie Hopkins is now finding out what the European deep state can do when irritated. Hopkins was in Molenbeek in Belgium, which she describes with some accuracy as the ‘jihadi capital of Europe’. The Bataclan massacre in Paris was planned there and, when one of the assassins returned from the slaughter in the city of love, the good people of Molenbeek hid him for some time before the police finally tracked him down.
Hopkins has posted several videos from the town, but this one lit the fuse for the right-thinkers in Eurabia. She bumped into the mayor of Molenbeek. Hopkins asked her questions about a list that the mayor supposedly had access to, a list of potential jihadis. The name of one of the Paris killers, was on it. She admitted that she did nothing because ‘it wasn’t my job’.
Hopkins. Of course, broadcast the video, and now the mayor - a stumbling, mumbling booby of a woman - and indeed the city, is suing Hopkins. They will, of course, have all the weight of the EU behind them, while Hopkins will have Rebel Media, probably somewhat less rich than Croesus.
This is the new way in which the deep state attacks those who are showing and telling what the elites are doing to Europe. They are already engaging in this type of ‘lawfare’ against Tommy Robinson, Geert Wilders, Génération Identitaire, Lutz Bachmann and others. Lawyers cost money. The EU has money. Katie Hopkins does not.
Hopkins is extraordinarily brave. What Leftist journalist goes to South Africa to see white farmers, or goes to LA’s plague spot in Skid Row, or goes to migrant camps, or goes to an 85% Muslim city uncovered? She does. Possibly the worst aspect of what the Liberal Left are bringing to the West is the cowardly way in which they vilify people with far more courage than they have.
When the historians of the future – if there is a future – look back at what the Left did to Europe and north America, I hope they identify journalists – real journalists – such as Katie Hopkins as what they are, people who can look themselves in the mirror. I wish her well in her court case.