Tuesday, 18 September 2007

Dreaming of an England that never was

It is about time a few people went through this Gate.

Now I am Welsh and that heading has made ME froth at the mouth. An attack on England, is to me, equal to an attack on Wales. Or Northern Ireland or Scotland, come to that.

Read them again:
"dreaming of an England that never was and a Britain that can never be",
Those words were uttered by the Dhimmi Traitor, Sir Menzies Campbell of the revolting iLiberal Democrats at their conference when referring to people who are resisting the growth of the corrupt and undemocratic european soviet.

You know the party of the traitors. The one with David Laws, a spokesman who insulted anyone wishes to hold a referendum as being part of the "lunatic fringe".

Well the only lunatics are the stupid morons who vote for this party of Quislings. Rest assured a British National Party government would soon strip Sir Menzies of his title. He deserves a room in the Tower via the Gate but for now will just have to suffer our contempt.


4 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Lib Dems are utterly morally bankrupt. Why does anyone bother with any of the three traitor parties?
Have we as a nation become that retarded?

Slightly off topic GA but someone in Ireland gets it.

http://www.independent.ie/opinion/
columnists/kevin-myers/
the-problem-isnt-racism-its-
the-tidal-wave-of-immigrants-
1071385.html


keep on fighting the good fight

Patrick

najistani said...

Please allow me to draw your attention to a letter in this morning's Telegraph from Mr Winston S Churchill, which apart from the obligatory mention of the mythical unicorn-riding moderate Muslims, gives a dire warning of the inevitable conflict to come... "this mortal threat which – if not swiftly dealt with – threatens to bring strife and bloodshed to the streets of Britain on a scale far exceeding anything seen in the bombings of recent years"

Full text:

"Islamist danger

"Sir – Britain sends some of the finest and most courageous of their generation to risk their lives and spill their blood chasing the Taliban out of Afghanistan. But who, meanwhile, is guarding our homeland?

A recent police report makes clear that, back here in Britain the Deobandi – the very same Islamist sect responsible for spawning the Taliban in Afghanistan – has succeeded in taking over more than 600 of Britain's 1,350 mosques. In addition, it controls 17 of Britain's 26 Islamic seminaries and produces 80 per cent of Britain's home-trained Islamic clerics.

It's a funny old world, as Margaret Thatcher once famously remarked. Except that this is no laughing matter. Not for 70 years has there been a more clear or present danger to our internal security, to our free society and to our democracy, than that posed by this vipers' nest in our midst. The Deobandi, an ultra- conservative sect, outlaws music, art, television and football, and also demands the entire concealment of women.

According to the Lancashire Council of Mosques, the Deobandi has now taken control of 59 out of 75 mosques in the old Lancashire mill towns of Oldham, Preston, Bury, Blackburn and Burnley. While not all Deobandis are extremist, leading preachers of this sect aim to radicalise the Islamic youth of Britain, and to mobilise them against our society and the freedoms we hold so dear.

When will the Government wake up to this mortal threat which – if not swiftly dealt with – threatens to bring strife and bloodshed to the streets of Britain on a scale far exceeding anything seen in the bombings of recent years?

Why are Gordon Brown and David Cameron, indeed our entire political class, so deafeningly silent on this, the most pressing matter confronting Britain today? Who will help the moderate majority of Muslims maintain control of their mosques? Who will safeguard the homeland?

Winston S. Churchill, London SW1"

Ref http://www.telegraph.co.uk/opinion/main.jhtml?menuId=1588&menuItemId=-1&view=DISPLAYCONTENT&grid=A1&targetRule=0#head6

Celtic Morning said...

Britain in the pre war era was a law abiding country but..." The British people did not know how antiquated was the condition of their country when compared to that of Germany in 1940...not only with regard to armaments and military tactics but also with regard to the structure of their societies. The traditions of British democracy and the British system of classes were old; compared to them the institutions and also the developing social structure of Hitler's Germany, of his populist folk-state were more modern.British industry and finance,habits,fashions and customs of communication,modes of behaviour and thought were still old fashioned....national weariness or languid decadence followed the first World War." " The gulf between middle class hosts and workers child evacuees is somewhat unbridgeable, the utter destitution of some children, many lice ridden and verminous, evoked horror among the middle classes.One woman was driven mad by the vile filth and disease of two (evacuee) children." Both those quotes are taken from "Five Days in London. May 1940" by the historian John Lukacs and should remind us that we must not look back on ALL of our past with nostalgia or longing.Britain was "them" and "us"- very much divided between the classes and people were expected to know their positions.And William Shirer an author who hated Hitler wrote that " along the road between Aachen and Brussels one saw the contrasts between the German soldiers,bronzed and clean cut from a youth spent in the sunshine on an adequate diet, and the first British prisoners with their hollow chests, round shoulders,pasty complexions and bad teeth- tragic examples of a youth that England had neglected so irresponsibly in the years between the wars." The BNP must have a vision of a Britain that is better, far better than it was before 1940, but a Britain which retains the values most dear to its patriots.In that much,perhaps old Ming is correct. Was it ever what we now recall it to be? While south Wales miners and many of the working classes all over Britain were starving and suffering, bright young things were dancing the night away and spending more on a bottle of champagne than a collier earned in a week. Some things, it seems, never change.Perhaps,one day,our party will, at last, make a real difference. That thought is about all that gives me any hope.

The Green Arrow said...

Celtic, like you, I have also read about how German Children were well fed and healthy whilst the young of our country suffered from rickets, etc because of poor diet. This country has never looked after the future. A BNP government made up of people who care will.

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