Blazing Cat Fur : For now, everyone knows the sonorous name and cherubic face of 8-year-old Saffie Rose Roussos.
She’s the littlest known victim of Monday night’s jihad attack in Manchester, England. Her doe-eyed image spread as rapidly across social media as the #PrayForManchester hashtags and Twitter condolences from celebrities.
But I guarantee you that beautiful Saffie Rose will evaporate from the memories of those most loudly proclaiming “Never forget” faster than a dewdrop in the desert. Look no further for proof of the West's incurable terror attack
amnesia than the reaction to the Manchester massacre. Reporters,
politicians and pundits expressed shock at the brutality of Muslim
murderers targeting children and young people.
Labour Party leader Yvette Cooper posited on BBC Live that it was a "first." "The architects of terror have hit a new low," a Liverpool newspaper editorialized. U.K. columnist Rosie Millard described the bloody bombing as an "attack unique in its premeditated targeting of the young." What planet have these people been living on for the past 16 years?
How quickly the blind, deaf and dumb virtue signalers forget.
Last year, the Orlando, Florida, nightclub jihadist purposely
targeted young people simply having a good time. Among the youngest
victims cut down in their prime: Jason B. Josaphat, 19, and vacationing
high school honours student Akyra Monet Murray, 18. Somali jihadist Abdul Razak Ali Artan plowed his car into Ohio State
University students last fall before stabbing several of them. The
attack was swept under the rug as the usual, terror-coddling suspects
worried more about a nonexistent "backlash" against Muslims than they
did about the steady infiltration of refugee jihadis and Islamic
extremists at colleges and universities across the country.
In 2004, Islamic baby-killers attacked a school in Beslan, Russia,
during a three-day siege that took the lives of 186 young children. At Fort Hood in 2009, soldier Francheska Velez and her unborn child
were murdered by jihadist Nidal Hasan with 13 other victims. Her last
words: "My baby! My baby!" Eight children were murdered on airliners that jihadists hijacked and crashed on Sept. 11, 2001.