"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."

Saturday, 20 March 2010

On Looking For Those Sunlit Uplands...

...and not finding them:

UKIP is the only Party with a credible & challenging profile in the media.  The BNP are marginalised and the Libertarians and English Democrats are too small and too late. I don't know, I'm seriously considering the BNP - if only because of their lack of airtime and the ways in which the media vilify them. Problems need to be addressed and the pendulum is swinging again.

Funnily enough, I don't recollect pendulums like this from my youth. Everyone was integrated and welcome. This nation has rarely been a violent country unless it was Parliament against the people or foreign transgression (Cromwell and 1649 are prime examples as is Peterloo in 1819).

Labour is the true nasty Party: they've used subversive entryism to take advantage of the upheaval of two world wars. They've purposefully created division and fragmentation - another Labour government will mean the final break-up of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and its subsumption into the European Union, despite what our SNP and Welsh friends might wish.

David Cameron has the makings of a PM but he also has the makings of a traitor. Until the Conservatives publish their election manifesto I'll be sitting on judgement.  Until then, the two main Parties and the LibDems are tarred with the same brush. We've learned a lot over the past few years:


The video belongs to someone who's inundated with more Werthers Originals than he can reasonably be expected to suck: Grumpy Old Twat

5 comments:

  1. BNP are socialists by any other name. Socialists have destroyed this country and many others because socialism is state sanctioned theft from those who produce wealth via the state to those who can't, wont and will never contribute. Of those 3 only one group is worthy of support.

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  2. The BNP are national socialists QM - it's just a question of how far the pendulum will swing.

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  3. I'm with you GV. Although I'm a supporter of an independent Scotland the SNP's policy of increased immigration and membership of the EU is utter madness IMO. These two issues are for me, and I suspect most folks in the UK, are the most pressing - and the only parties willing to address them honestly are UKIP and the BNP.

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  4. Hi Scunnert, we only need to look at history to see the way of the world and it isn't good. Westminster govt paying immigrants to move from England to Scotland is the least of Salmond's problems. Scotland will never gain independence under the EU.

    Like many people, I fluctuate between UKIP and the BNP now so I'm hoping things will become clearer once electioneering starts officially. I need more info from Cameron and Osborne.

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  5. English Democrats- to little to late ???? not what kent is saying !!!!!!! they are the rising stars!!!!!

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