I have been looking at racism! Being racist means that you believe yourself superior to other people because of their race.
I have noticed in the media that Nationalists/Patriots/Conservatives as well as Pro-Life and Christian groups are all now within this category.
Despite this constant false reporting in the press, we have a constant drip feed of pro Islamic stories. In Doctors on TV last week the story was of a Muslim shop keeper rescuing a white child! Of course the BBC does not report on the thousands of rapes and murders carried out by Muslims, neither does the media report on the stony silence coming from the Islamic community at large on this subject.
The media and of course the educational establishment are duplicitous in the rape and murder of white children, and the destruction of the indigenous population of these islands. This fact we must remember for it will be needed in the future.
Remember also the National Union of Teachers and their support of the gang rape of children.
We must know who the enemy is, and ensure that future generations know and understand.
Which brings me to the point of this story!
I have believed in the Mayer Thesis since my time at London University. The man who wrote the thesis ticked all the boxes for inclusion within the educational curriculum. He was a Jewish, Marxist American historian.
He believed in the thirty year war theory, which put in basic terms proposes that the First and Second world wars were the same war with a gap in the middle. A similar hypothesis was used to describe the hundred years war, and even the crusades.
He was not the first to promote his modernisation theory, and his work has received much criticism. His work, in keeping with many Marxist historians is biased. Readers will be pleased to note that many historians are trying to change the study of history to objective historic study. An example would be the British Empire, a Marxist historian would say it was bad, an objective historian would say it was good and bad.
For years I have mused over the start of World War One. I am particularly interested because many thousands of documents on the subject remain sealed for one hundred years or more. This means that we will get more of a picture of what occurred in 2018. An interesting source of information is Hansards, but while at London University I was able to access their data, which was interesting, they include the Times archive which has detailed information on the events leading up to both world wars.
This is where hypothesis contained within the Mayer Thesis comes to life.
In his thesis he argued against the Primacy of Foreign Policy theory that was predominant in the study of the Great War, he argued that all European countries were in his words a state of revolution. He argued quite correctly that Great Britain and Ireland were on the verge of civil war, and faced industrial unrest. Italy, Germany, Austria-Hungary and Russia all had internal problems.
A more in depth analysis of the state of Britain prior to the start of war backs up his reasoning. The Home Rule issue was a major issue solved in part by the murder of the Ulster Division on the Somme. People today are also ignorant of many of the political and economic scandals which took place during the war.
The one constant which is a provable phenomenon is the use of a foreign threat to quell internal dissatisfaction, thirty years ago General Galtieri used the strategy to great effect in the Falklands, it can also be argued that the Neo-Cons used it in 9/11, and if we look back through history Pope Urban can be said to have used it to start the Crusade era.
A much neglected aspect of research into such events is the financial aspects, many people in all the events above accumulated great wealth.
As the call for revolution becomes louder in Europe and the world, be careful not to be taken in by the threat of China and Iran. Revolution and patriotism begin at home. Look also at who would benefit from the war financially?
Wall Street - Profit from War
There are many aspects of the Great War which are still shrouded in mystery. It is up to us to maintain the memory of not only those who died, our future leaders killed needlessly in battle, but also those who lived. The memory of the Canaries, the women who worked in the munition factories where the cordite turned them yellow. The memory of the munition workers in Silvertown who died, munitions factories were deliberately built in poor areas and the populations of such areas, especially the East End suffered as a result. There is also evidence that the Germans deliberately avoided bombing the more opulent areas of London. The rich look after their own, and the poor suffer accordingly.