"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, 12 September 2010

The Problem With England

Too many 'communities'.

When did the word 'community' begin to appear so frequently? By its very nature the word is explicitly divisive.

Step 1: Break up the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland, ie bring on devolution and assemblies (for everyone except the English).
Step 2: While everyone is focused on the formation of new Assemblies for the devolved countries of the UK, gather support for regions of England via referenda under the guise of devolving more power to local people.
Step 3: When regionalising England is overwhelmingly rejected, bring them in anyway. Simultaneously encourage the use of the word 'government' to replace the words 'Assembly' and 'Executive'.
Step 4: Divide English regions even further by referring to 'communities' and appoint community managers; diversity and unity co-ordinators ('Unity through Diversity' is the slogan of the EU); ethnic services co-ordinators, multi-cultural co-ordinators... the list is no doubt endless.
Step 5: Encourage differences.
Step 6: Having lit blue touch paper, retire to a safe distance on a gold-plated pension.

I see no signs at all of Cameron & Co wanting to change this fundamental aspect of how we've come to be in the state we're in.

If Scotland and Wales (and, presumably, Northern Ireland - though I still think N.Ireland will be ceded to Ireland as part of an EU deal at some point) are to have referenda on their continuing association with the United Kingdom, then all countries should be allowed to participate. Every country's voters should be able to have their say on whether to break up the UK or not.

As for the msm - I just wish they'd go back to investigative journalism full-time instead of toeing the Third Way Party line. They're supposed to be informative & educational, not feed us pap and press releases from Head Office.

Ask yourselves how we ended up with a coalition government -  a government of the far-left and the middling?  The press and tv news were touting the outcome for months before the GE, based on polls carried out by, for example, Peter Kellner, the husband of Cathy Ashton.

There's a special place reserved for all politicians who've betrayed us - and it isn't in the EU:
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My problem is that I actually want retribution against politicians here and now. I suppose that's why I'm blogging.

7 comments:

  1. Yes, the retribution..... but of course, just like the USSR (the nasty form of socialism) thisd is the enevitable outcome of Bread and Circuses 'democracy' - the cupboard is now bare. There's now no money to buy off the hoardes of previosly placated black one legged lesbian single parent swahili speaking Islamic converts, and they're going to get more than a tad pissy when they realise there's no more paper treasure.

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  2. For community I usually read tribe, it makes more sense.

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  3. I disagree, Harry. There's still money for the coffers and it comes from taxpayers.

    Osborne's problem (*if* he recognises it) is how to differentiate between those in genuine need who have paid into the system for many years and those who are here for an easy ride.

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  4. We're a 'global' word QM - tribes don't intermingle, integrate or live within streets of each other.

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  5. Nice article GV - well said and well written.

    Forgive me but if QM comes back perhaps he would email me through my blog?

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  6. I don't mind at all Mr W - as long as you tell us what it's all about.

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  7. GV just want to find out why I can't comment on his blog!

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