Monday, 1 June 2015

The Battle for Britain

Daniel Hannan wrote very recently that we should beware of the scaremongers and he is bang on the money. The forces of ‘in’ have been waging this war for many years and they have a wealth of material all ready to put the fear of god up the little people. A few months ago Channel 4 aired the blatant propaganda of ‘Ukip: The First 100 Days’ showing Britain degenerating into a fantasy neo-Nazi regime after a surprise Ukip victory in the general election. The pro-EU lefties must have been wanking themselves into a froth at this depiction of what, in their shallow, unidimensional loathing of anybody not bowing before the diktat of the little red book, would happen if actual democracy was served.

Then, last week the BBC aired a reframing of history, thinly disguised as a warts and all examination of Britain’s greatest wartime Prime Minister. ‘Churchill: When Britain Said No’ was nothing more than an anti-British polemic giving an unwarranted amount of time to the unsubstantiated opinions of rabid communist agitator David John ‘Danny the Red’ Douglass. He claimed that the man for whose funeral virtually the entire country stopped was utterly hated by those very same people who lined the streets in solemn tribute. Of course Douglass has form and was no doubt instrumental in whipping up hate mobs to burn Margaret Thatcher in effigy after her death. They do so love to hate, the left.

And now another gob-on-a-stick, the Canadian UN envoy, Francois ‘Crapeau’, has waded into the issue of the UK replacing Tony Blair’s blunt-trauma weapon the Human Rights Act with a British Bill of Rights, with the ridiculous statement:  "We have to remember the 1930s and how the rights of the Jews were restricted in Germany and then the rights of the whole German people.” And "Countries that go down the path of reducing the rights of one category of people usually don't stop there." Like the Nazis, Frank? Seriously, you little shit? Curious, isn’t it, how those whose allegiances are to such ideals as world government, common purpose and wielding immense and unaccountable power over billions of helpless citizen-slaves are so quick to conjure up the Nazi comparison.

The trouble is though, it does actually work. So powerful is the notion and so indoctrinated are people – it’s practically all that is taught in history at school, by all accounts - that all you have to say is “that’s how the Nazis started” and the sheer terror of the monsters they might become pushes them to vote for the nearest form of socialism available. Of course British National Socialism could never ever be like German National Socialism, could it now? After all, they bombed our chippies!

Don't be stupid, be a smarty, come on and join the Nazi Party!
Plenty of work in the EU... to set you free.

But make no mistake, the issue of the European Union is already a sub-military conflict with its bureaucratic battles having been fought ever since Britain’s entry through skulduggery and its retention via the disgraceful unbalanced referendum of 1975. Furthermore it is a war waged against us, paid for by us. Every penny supposedly gifted to Britain by the EU and trumpeted as largesse represents a mere fraction of what we pay in; it’s like prisoners not only purchasing their own barbed wire but paying outside labour to erect the fences around them. Brexit? It’s the next Battle of Britain. 

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