"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."

Friday, 1 February 2013

As Above, So Below

It's all bubbling nicely along in line with the UN's global experiment in social engineering, the mobility of labour and wealth distribution.

Woman doused in acid by woman in a niqab Naomi Oni was walking home after work, minding her own business, when, according to the article, she was the victim of an acid attack by a woman in a niqab. This was in Dagenham.

Pic follows so scroll down quickly if you don't want to see what happened to this young woman on a London street on 30th December 2012.

My first thought was: 'My God, this is London, England'. My second was: 'Who's to say it was a woman in a niqab, might it not have been a man?' My third is unpublishable because it refers to the politicians and the electorate: the suckered MPs; the corrupt government, and the sh!t-for-brains electorate who keep voting for more of the same.

If you check world news from time to time you'll see that what we're experiencing here in Great Britain is also being experienced in other parts of the world.

The importation of foreigners was the first step, swiftly followed by Agenda21 with 'political correctness' and 'sustainability'; Health & Safety, the rise of NGOs, govt-appointed quangos and lobbying groups.  All of them have a louder voice than the Man on the Clapham Omnibus.  It's a career for them but life and death for us.

The Man on the Clapham Omnibus - lower deck (no spitting, please) or top smoking - travels on the route and glances out of the window. He sees a landscape of dying industry, derelict asylums turned into multi-million pound housing developments and placards.  He squirms in his seat and feels uneasy; something's happening but he's not sure what it is.

This man continues on his journey and sees his words being changed and taken away from him; his responsibility and self-regard seem to be as nothing; his culture is side-lined and derided, often vilified.   When the Man on the Clapham Omnibus is nearing his destination he repeatedly presses the bell: 'Stop, Stop!' But the driver just pushes the pedal to the metal and races on regardless.

In his dream the Man on the Clapham Omnibus jumps up from his seat and wallops the driver over the head while a random passenger - say, Woman on the 137 - steers the bus to the safety of the lay-by of common sense.

Multi-culturalism (aka Third Way, Communitariasm, Agenda 21) in a small island doesn't work and conflict is bound to follow.  No sensible politician would import millions of non-indigenous people  It's been engineered purposefully; we, in Great Britain and particularly in England, have been singled out for this experimentation.

The MoTCO sees it isn't working.  England's flag is derided; England is the nation under threat and on England's streets a woman has acid thrown over her body.

With acid attacks, knife/gun attacks, sharia/beth din laws being approved in the High Court, with Muslims being let off because, having been educated at an Islamic faith school, they didn't know better, this isn't England any more. England is the burning ground.

UPDATE:  An excellent blog-post  from Durotrigan: Hijab for a Day


  1. Brillian GV - just brilliant. I have tweeted this!

  2. An absolutely horrible attack, and yet the BBC on the same day that this story ran decided to promote 'World Hijab Day' (http://durotrigan.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/bbc-promotes-hijab-for-day.html) and by extension the normalisation of Islamic veiling that allowed the perpetrator of this crime to remain anonymous. As to the identity of the attacker, it could well have been a man.

    1. Hi Durotrigan, I've updated my post to include a link to yours. I see that, already, the apologists are coming out to say it wasn't necessarily a muslim. I assume they think that a member of the EDL or BNP pulled this sort of stunt.

  3. So sad Ms Goodnight. And especially given the comment right above from Durotrigan..
    I can only say the time to fight is now, as waiting will only make your enemies stronger and you weaker. I'm not picturing 'you' as William Wallace, so I'm really talking about those young studs with half a brain over there.
    At the least I'm talking a sort of neighborhood watch. Can you arm yourselves with batons at least?

    Good God.

    Now I remember talking to one Nigel Exton when I was over there in 1990 who told me England really believed it would pull America back under it's wing. Now barely 20 years later...

    BBC? World Hijab Day??? Good God!

    The rest of my comments are also unpublishable.

    1. You have it bad in America too, thanks to Obama. It's all Agenda21 and the UN. I don't think we have any 'young studs' in GBR anymore - the state education system has seen to the next few years.

    2. Makes me think of the Cosa Nostra, formed to fight the evil originally. That is what it's gonna take. Probably around the world in any free country as far as that goes.

      Politicians and the authorities will be useless.


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