A week has passed since Salman Abedi, an Islamic terrorist, killed 22 non-Muslims and injured scores more at the Manchester Arena. I have not posted anything on the subject since "Manchester bomber: 'lone wolf' or 'known wolf'?", 24/5/17. But I've been thinking about the crocodile tear-stained reactions of Western politicians and the lamestream media, those pussies who can't bring themselves to use the words "Islam" and "terrorism" (or any variations thereof) in the same sentence. Mark Steyn has been thinking about it too, and in this video analyses the "cheesy dinner theatre" of "Manchester strong" -- the candlelight, flowers, teddy bears and other formulaic exercises in manipulation of public opinion.