Tuesday, 21 July 2015

How far we've come

Sometimes it's hard to see just how far we've come in the past two or three years. When this blog started in 2007 the country was under the vicious heel of a sort of socialist McCarthyism, rooting out not Communism but any appearance of 'racism' from British society. The whingeing, moronic bien pensants so eager to cry 'wacist!' were supported officially by Blair, and then Brown, and Home Secretaries, the deeply stupid Blunkett amongst them, who instructed plod to track down and prosecute anyone who criticised the 'religion of peace'. Fears about radical Islam were poo-pooed and anyone commenting in the terms of the post below was certain to be condemned as a dangerous right-wing extremist. As well, of course, as a 'wacist'.

No, I clearly don't imagine Cameron has moved from the 'tosser' to the 'talent' category, but what he's done is to legitimise and make mainstream and respectable the fears we had of radical Islam but about which were constrained from being candid. I repeat, I simply could not have written the post below in 2008 or 2009 without risking a visit from plod. Cameron has moved the boundaries, and for this I am thankful. 

However, I think correspondents who believe that we should refrain from foreign military adventuring and fiddling with one side or the other in the ongoing Islamic civil war in the middle east are absolutely correct. We should sell arms to both sides, keep an eye on British subjects doing trade or business in risky areas and a few RFA vessels in the Med ready to evacuate them but otherwise stand on the sidelines. Any British subjects wanting to join the Caliphate should be encouraged to leave and barred from returning. And at home we should come down like a ton of bricks on any manifestation of the Moslem civil war within our own pale. 

17 comments:

Dean Ditchbank said...

It is only a Muslim civil war in the Middle East, and you are right, we should sit and watch as the two sides cull one another.
But it is not a Muslim civil war here in the UK, but a war against us. We are the enemy they have identified. It is sufficient that the (young)radicals are explicit about this, and the older moderate majority do not oppose them.
And demography is against us: they produce more babies. That is what happens when you keep your women in medieval subjection.
A lot more adjustment is required from us before we can see the size of the challenge and start to take the steps to deal with it. All very ugly but there it is.

Cull the Badgers said...

It is a foolish and naïve notion to imagine that breaking up the 'ghettos' and distributing people around will help anyone. It assumes that those who are moved will change their behaviours and join the WI and the gardening club. Of course they won't.

The so-called big ghettos will be replaced by small ones with demands that every village must have its own mosque.

This must not happen.

Anonymous said...

The unity and mortar holding together the people of Britain has been sundered and chipped away. In Britain not so long ago, family, teaching of collective history and its tradition and the fellowship and basic goodness of Christianity were all the cohesion we needed, this has all been smashed by the Socialists of both Tory and Labour and by extension in no small part to the EU. Aye, the Cultural Marxists, they took away our swords and shields - Justice and Truth and have sown division and hate where there was innate cohesion and in its place they have put in the foundations of nihilism, encouraged and fed public corruption and allowed a deathhead Fascism into our midst.
The creed of death - Bliar's Socialists invited it in, coaxed it, cajoled it, protected it and now the death cultists with their breeding and still pouring in, will take over this nation and sooner than you'd ever think.

We have been done, betrayed and filleted by our own kind and we are lost R, totally lost.

Gordon the Fence Post Tortoise said...

To say that the trajectory of the business in the Middle East has historical resonance is understatement on an epic scale.

There's a huge amount of utter bollocks spouted about Islam. From what I've read (and that's a fair bit on this topic) Thomas Asbridge's "The Crusades an Authoritative History" is one of the very few to do justice to the politics and religion on *both* sides. It also reads well.

The problem we have (and we do have a problem) is the "progressives" - the Guardian, the BBC, The Independent - the usual pontificating prats and especially the rotten apple venal scum and timorous twerps who are sucking fat salaries masquerading as middle and senior ranking police officers - oh yes... and let's not forget lawyers like PIL / Phil Shiner who are lauded by their peers for booking record fees eh?

Augean Stables? - not the half of it.

Mr Ecks said...



BluLabour are just as much useless sell-out scum as ZaNu before them. You are easily fooled Radders if you think these measures will be used seriously against anyone except native whites.

If they did try to use them against islamics it is far too late for anything except allowing no more in and using money control to impoverish any who try to have more than two kids. And probably a lot more such as removing the vote.

Budgie said...

The problem with not supporting (actually, sneering at) your own nationalism is not that you get no nationalism, it is that you get someone else's nationalism.

Sackerson said...

Could it be that Cameron is doing a Blair, getting us all het up over some popular issue while quietly pursuing policies that ought to concern us rather more? The man who led Parliament's applause for Tinkerbell the Slaughterer is not to be trusted.

Anonymous said...

Cameron has no credibility, he's a dissembler. He lies for a living. This country is a road wheel, with two of its four wheel nuts loose and a third on the way. I keep telling people its the numbers: the size of the population that is alien.

Some people think it's too late, others think there's a chance to turn it round. The government thinks we need more of the same. Truth is we've lost our capital and our second largest city to immigrants in under 50 years. The next half century will see us lose eighteen more and sixty-seven of our largest towns.

This won't end well for us. Once you become a minority in your own land (we will by the end of this century at the latest) you're pretty much finished. The saddest thing is the excuses they give: we need immigrants for the economy. What good is money to a dead nation.

Steve

auralay said...

Mr Ecks. We could try *giving* them the vote. Many have their postal vote filled out by the family patriarch. Stopping this abuse and allowing them a secret ballot in a polling station may well cause an improvement in the communities.

Cascadian said...

Recognize this? You should.

"No free man shall be seized or imprisoned, or stripped of his rights or possessions, or outlawed or exiled, or deprived of his standing in any other way, nor will we proceed with force against him, or send others to do so, except by the lawful judgement of his equals or by the law of the land." - See more at: http://www.bl.uk/magna-carta/articles/magna-carta-an-introduction#sthash.FPGtyHx3.dpuf

The camoron has given you NOTHING. You do NOT allow public servants the right to determine what is free speech.

Bill Sticker said...

Completely concur with your last paragraph.

DeeDee99 said...

Cameron talked a good talk ... that is all.

All the machinery of the left-wing Establishment that favoured turning the UK into a multi-racial, multi-cultural society is still in place. And one speech from Cameron won't change anything. He is, by his own admission, a liberal "conservative" .... which basically means an old-school Liberal. When what we need is a real Conservative: someone like Thatcher, or better still, Enoch Powell.

Our country and society has been ruined over the past couple of decades. Social cohesion has been decimated by mass immigration and "protection" of bigoted, poorly educated, Muslim religious extremists. And no amount of Cameron talking tough is going to change that.

They haven't got the balls to do what is needed.





Weekend Yachtsman said...

@Cascadian: note carefully the last phrase of that wonderful ringing quote - "...or by the law of the land."

These bastards have subverted the law of the land: the law of the land now explicitly says that you can be "stripped of your rights and possessions" without due process. Once that is the law, the whole of the sentence you quote becomes meaningless. As it now is.

I tend to agree with Anon 10:00. Unless we wake up very soon (and by "we" I don't actually mean us who come here, I mean the whole indigenous people of these islands), then we are doomed. And as long as the bread and circuses more or less continue, there will be no waking up.

Ravenscar. said...

"These bastards have subverted the law of the land: the law of the land now explicitly says that you can be "stripped of your rights and possessions" without due process. Once that is the law, the whole of the sentence you quote becomes meaningless. As it now is.

I tend to agree with Anon 10:00. Unless we wake up very soon (and by "we" I don't actually mean us who come here, I mean the whole indigenous people of these islands), then we are doomed. And as long as the bread and circuses more or less continue, there will be no waking up."

Very well said.

Anonymous said...

Fragments of the earliest Koran ever found have been found in a museum in Birmingham in a collection of Middle Eastern manuscripts, according to the BBC News. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-33436021

The British Museum’s ‘expert’ on Islamic manuscripts is, apparently, Muhammad Isa Waley.

Does this name go down with Mustafa Kamel as the biggest spoof middle-eastern names?

Cascadian said...

Weekend yachtsman, despite my deep mistrust of the UK parliament, I doubt there is an explicit clause anywhere in its laws stating "that you can be "stripped of your rights and possessions" without due process".

While I recognize there has been a profileration of namby-pamby law in recent times enacted by Liebour governments would you care to cite where that clause came from?

I recognize there is a good deal of discretion allowed your plonking politically correct plod and they might think they have supreme powers over the plebs, but that surely cannot be the case.

G. Tingey said...

Cascadian
European Arrest Warrant
You can be hauled off to rot in a foreign slammer, without even the presentation of a Prima Facie case, at all.
And it has happened.