A big “Huck’s Hero” salute to the people of London who, having been disarmed by their liberal government, fought back against the terrorist killers by throwing bottles, chairs and anything that came to hand at them to slow their murderous assault. By doing so, they were violating a police advice campaign on how to deal with a terrorist incident, which was summed up in three words: “Run. Hide. Tell.” (“Tell” means call the police.)

Has it really been only 42 years since the most British of all comedy teams, Monty Python, released the classic comedy “Holy Grail?” Back then, it was considered hilarious that King Arthur would command his knights to “Run away!” One cowardly knight even had his own theme song: “When danger reared its ugly head, he bravely turned his tail and fled…”

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As recently as 1975, the thought of Britons running away from danger and hiding was a joke. Today, it’s official government policy.