"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."

Tuesday, 28 May 2013

Nine Beanrows: Justice Denied, Justice Delayed

Nine Beanrows: Justice Denied, Justice Delayed

How far have we fallen? Whether it's a Labour or Conservative government we're just work units programmed to push up the GDP. When I was nineteen I worked for the Police Force, as it was then, and when the Civil Service Union was about to strike I was invited to join but declined - somebody had to make their tea after all and I loved my job. 'You'll take the benefits though won't you?' was the response of the Union Leader at the HQ - she looked a little like this:

They didn't strike, there were no benefits. The moral of this story is that the Unions aren't for us, they're for the status quo. It suits them to fight imaginary dragons just as the government 'fights' the EU while all the time they, whatever name they use, erode everything the people of this country fought for throughout the ages. Everything is a farce and they're projecting their imagination on us. We mustn't fall for it.
"No free man shall be seized or imprisoned, or stripped of his rights or possessions, or outlawed or exiled nor will we proceed with force against him except by the lawful judgement of his equals or by the law of the land. To no one will we sell, to no one deny or delay right or justice."

Friday, 24 May 2013

Bad Girl

The awful killing of Drummer Lee Rigby has brought many people out of the woodwork - me included. Once upon a time my life's motto would have been: 'Do what you will an it harm no-one', but now?  Now, I'm so sickened at listening to the radio or watching the tv that I turn them off.

I can't bear to listen to the 'Oh but' brigade, the 'Yes but it's not really' brigade or the 'Let's understand' brigade. One thing is certain, after this most horrific and barbaric murder of Lee Rigby on our own home ground in London, life in England has changed. Attitudes have changed towards immigrants and mine have too.

I've had enough of listening to LBC - originally London Broadcasting Corporation but now London's Biggest Conversation - and all the immigrants phoning in to say we must understand why it happened or blame the government's foreign policy or say there's no work for immigrants and that their youth are lost and that's why they turn to this sort of vile action.  The number of  'Londoners' phoning in to explain their religion or ask for understanding for the crime is mind-rotting.  The ones who blame our colonial past, who confuse England with Great Britain with the United Kingdom, those who have no sense of our history, are the peaches.

If I were Prime Minister I'd rescind Blair's HRA and repeal invoke Art.50 of the Lisbon Treaty. Personally, I'd rather the entire 1972 ECA was repealed because we still have Common Law and we still have trade relationships - it couldn't possibly be worse than what we have now. It's a sobering thought that, in twenty-four hours, our own laws could be re-instated.

More to the point, if I were Prime Minister, I'd find the resources (£50m per day?) to fund two new Departments - one dedicated to hunt down illegals (US-style bounty hunters) and the other to investigate all British Citizenship applications over the past forty years. I don't care where they're deported to but I do care about England. The country has borne the brunt of immigration: in some London boroughs illegals live in backyard sheds from which immigrant landlords make money; wildlife is butchered; they bring ways that are not our ways. I'd repatriate each and every immigrant who arrived here in the past forty years who has not contributed or been assimilated into the English way of being - and their families can go too - and their cats.

The government is casting round for fall-guys to blame for the death of Drummer Lee Rigby - MI5, the police, 'community' services, but they're only trying to deflect blame and not address the real issue. The real issue is that there has been way too much immigration and the only ones to blame are governments and us, for voting for them, for believing that the only choice was between the Conservatives or Labour.

I know the British Armed Forces have a handful of Muslims in the ranks and that, at the end, they're all brothers-in-arms, but it's no longer enough. May past governments hang for their crimes against the English people and the violence to come.

Nine Beanrows: Rain, Rain Go Away ...

Nine Beanrows: Rain, Rain Go Away ...

I've travelled, nearly died young (-ish) but finally, I've found a corner of England.

Wednesday, 22 May 2013

Friday, 17 May 2013

I don't get it...

...but that's nothing new lately.  Suddenly, after all these years, I'm not allowed to call myself 'GoodnightVienna'.  It apparently violates some google policy or other to not give my real name, but everyone knows me as GV.  I guess you'll all have to get used to calling me 'Susan' instead.

PS Google's gone crazy anyway - according to them I had over 7,000 visitors on the 14th May.  Go figure, as our American cousins say. PS I've just spotted (20 May) that my twitter feed box has disappeared from the sidebar too. It took years for me to get sucked into the twitter scheme and now I'm wondering whether my instincts to leave it alone weren't right in the first place.

Thursday, 16 May 2013

Deep Intake Of Breath

I've made it to the other side.  Devon is rainy, the people are lovely, technology is intermittent.

Normal service will resume as soon as possible.

I see I've lost a follower in the move.  Oh, ye of little faith!
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