"If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or your arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen."

Sunday, 25 October 2009

Question Time

After reading the papers earlier I did a little light googling and found these 3 quotes which tie in with the 3 main themes of this week.  There's a connection - 'can you see what it is yet?'

"I hope the time is not far off when I shall be able to unite all the wise and educated men of all the countries and establish a uniform regime based on the principles of Qur'an which alone are true and which alone can lead men to happiness."

"If any religion had the chance of ruling over England, nay Europe within the next hundred years, it could be Islam."

"The Islamic teachings have left great traditions for equitable and gentle dealings and behavior, and inspire people with nobility and tolerance. These are human teachings of the highest order and at the same time practicable. These teachings brought into existence a society in which hard-heartedness and collective oppression and injustice were the least as compared with all other societies preceding it....Islam is replete with gentleness, courtesy, and fraternity."

TIME'S UP: (1) Napoleon, (2) G B Shaw, (3) H G Wells.  The links are the EU, the Fabian Society, and enforced multiculturalism.

6 comments:

  1. Swap Islam for Christianity and then count me in.

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  2. Hi OR, I'm with you there. There's a connection between the three that I didn't know about before, maybe I've been slow on the uptake.

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  3. Islam's "nobility and tolerance" can be verified in abundance - all over Youtube. You have to look on Youtube because the MSM are too scared to publish it.

    I've been intrigued for years by the conspiracy theorists: everything from the totally ludicrous, like Icke's Lizard people, to somewhat more plausible possible conspiracies involving, for example, Rothschild, or the Bilderberg group.

    Why do some people feel as though big decisions are made behind closed doors, by shadowy people? Well, that question is gradually being supplanted in my mind by this one:

    Why is it that more and more people are becoming less and less inclined to dismiss conspiracy theories out of hand?

    It is becoming common to see comments like 'I used to think conspiracy theorists were crazy. I'm not so sure now.'

    Despite all the legislation, Freedom of Information, data Protection, etc., etc., people are starting to feel very strongly that they are left out of the decisions. Their opinions are irrelevant. Since surrendering to the EU, it doesn't even matter whether we vote or not because whomever sits in Westminster has to apply the rules decided in Brussels.

    We have lost England, GV: exactly as Sean Gabb had written several years ago. We are refugees in our own land. We are the enemies of our own ancestors. We stand guilty of treason to ourselves.

    Now, even a ferocious resistance to the denormalisation of England can do nothing but slow the process a few hours. Enoch Powell was not a racist. In his infamous speech, he talked of the river Tiber 'foaming with much blood'. But he did not say that the immigrants would have started the conflict. it was clear what he meant: that the indigenous people of this country would see that violence was the only possible solution to the destruction of British tradition and way of life. It was we, not the 'black man' who would be slitting throats.

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  4. That's an horrific thought Edgar. Last week seems to have been something of a watershed and I still think something smells about the timing of the leak on enforced multiculturalism coming as it did hot on the heels of Question Time. Whichever way I turn I see the CCA at the end of the buffers.

    We're closely monitored and controlled, and I don't mean just cctv cameras. Public reaction has been second & third-guessed and we're being poured down the Statist funnel.

    Agreed, Powell wasn't a racist but a victim of media and political manipulation, just as we are. The spread of info on the internet might have slowed down the pace slightly but plans for censorship are already devised and ready for implementation.

    Btw - the link to those three quotes? The first was said by Napoleon and the other two by members of the Fabian Society. They tie in with the betrayal of the country by unfettered immigration, enforced multiculturalism and sovereignty being handed on a plate to the EU.

    Perhaps, since the Queen hasn't raised a finger against any of it, sovereignty was always just a comforting shadow giving the people some illusion of protection.

    Ah well, it's three in the morning and another sleepless night. Everything seems so pointless at this time of night. I see Brown's backtracking on cutting more from the TA training budget but I'm not sure what overall impact restoring £20m to them will have given the cloud we're living under. It's hard to find good news these days.

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  5. BTW - where's your blog, again?

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  6. Still not happy with the blog, GV. Need to rethink it, again!

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