Monday, 28 May 2007

Japanese threaten UK. Join the Eurozone or else

Now I have a confession to make. I dislike the Japanese. I know I shouldn't but I do. You see my uncle was a prisoner of war in Singapore after arriving just in time for our cowardly leaders to throw the towel in, in 1942. Had our soldiers known the fate that awaited them, they would have died fighting. My uncle would not talk about his experiences but he gave me the curiosity to find out what happened in Singapore and Hong Kong.

If you want a glimpse into the minds of a race that is as mental and cruel as the followers of the Cult of The Dead Paedophile then read The Knight of the Bushido by Lord Russell of Liverpool.

Japan excelled in the mistreatment of prisoners of war. Allied troops unfortunate enough to fall into Japanese hands were abused, humiliated, starved and forced to serve as slave labour. In short they were bastards.

Then after Victory in Japan, what did we do? Why we started to close down our Ship Yards and relocate them to Japan with all the latest technology available at the time. Of course our yards could not compete and who cared about the men who had build the warships and merchantmen that helped win the war. Let them join the soup queues.

Now the descendants of the monsters who mutilated and murdered our men and millions of Chinese can dictate to us our politics and threaten us to join the Eurozone or else.

Or else what? Will they launch another cowardly first strike like Pearl Harbour?

The sooner we are out of Europe the better. We will then be free to rebuild our industries that we have closed as part of our membership deal. You can read about their threats here.


Anti-gag said...

The war ended over 60 years ago, and although we shouldn’t forget the soldiers who died in either of the two world wars, we should remember that most people in both Japan and Germany had about as much to do with those wars as I have with slavery.

No one born after 1930 can be blamed for either the Nips cruelty or the Nazis mass murders. I have no intention of apologising for slavery, and I see no reason why today’s Nips or krauts should bare any responsibility for the war.

Let’s not forget our fallen, let’s make sure we don’t waist their sacrifice. The men and women who are trying to destroy our Nation today are not in Tokyo, they're in London and Brussels.

Chris Hill

Drake's Drum said...

Anti-gag said...

Waist should have been waste!

sorry folks, I'll try and be more careful in the future.

Chris Hill

najistani said...

As one of the least Islamised countries in the world Japan may be one of the last outposts of Dar al-Harb when our own British children and grandchildren are being murdered, tortured, raped, buggered, mutilated and enslaved by the savages that NuLabor has invited in to enrich our culture.

The Japs, like the Nazis, were yesterday's scumbags.

But you ain't seen nothing yet. When the worshippers of the demented desert-nomad babyshagger take over they'll make the Japs, Stalinists and Nazis seem like bleeding heart liberals.

Prepare for slavery, humiliation, suffering and death.

British National Party member said...

Personally they are one of the few countries in the world that i envy nowadays. . . thats not to excuse their crimes, its just that i dont have an emotional connection to them like you do so i see them as history, not part of the present.

I link to a book on my sidebar called "Shogun", its *fantastic*. It is set from the point of view of the first Britain to reach the Island of Japan, and its written really well, really really well.

And you know what ive just remembered? its written BY someone who was a prisoner of war, no kidding. James Clavell he is called.

From the back of the book;

This is James Clavell's tour-de-force; The epic saga of pilot-major John Blackthorne, who is shipwrecked on Japan, the most alien of shores. The novel charts Blackthorne's rise from the status of reviled foreigner up to the heights of trusted advisor and, eventually, samurai. All as civil war looms over the fragile country.

And its over 1000 pages!

About James Clavell;

The son of a royal navy family, he was educated in Portsmouth before, as a young artillery officer, he was captured by the Japanese at the fall of Singapore. He spent the rest of WW2 in the infamous Changi prison

Now i got it as part of a 3 for 2 offer at waterstones, but if you buy it from the amazon link on my blog i get a small commision :-). You might be able to read a bit of the book through that link too, im not sure.


The Green Arrow said...

Well guys you are right about the Japanese having the right idea in the way they treat immigration. Just do not have it. Problem solved.

Strange how the World is not up in arms about their controls.

Shogun was indeed an excellent book and the Country is fascinating.

However for many years I campaigned for ex British POWs who just wanted a decent apology from their government but just as Japan would not admit to their crimes in China and Korea they would not admit to their crimes against our soldiers.

Nuremberg saw thousands of Nazis hang. Very few Japanese war criminals were ever brought to justice. Ask yourself why?

And yes Shogun is an excellent book but Knights of the Bushido is better.