The Globalist Mantra: “For Globalisation to succeed, Nations and National identities must first be destroyed”
The elderly pensioner broke the cardinal rule; she did not mention Race per se but did say the gentleman was ‘of colour’. By her imprudent, reckless choice of words she pointed out quite innocently that there was dissimilarity in his race compared to hers. The words she used were “he was a lovely coloured gentleman”. For making this obvious distinction this 73 year old pensioner was banned indefinitely from Tesco’s home delivery programme. One could inquire was the person who banned this lady whose children no doubt died on foreign battlefields to make this a country fit for heroes, a swarthy enricher who was invited into our country by our leaders, certainly not by our people, or was he just a recent Common Purpose Graduate.
To head this article I am going to post actual comments spoken by the architects of this New European Order. These are their words not mine. I have aired these comments before to try and explain the connection between Democracy and the European Union. That is a trick comment; There is no connection.
This article is not really intended for consumption of British Resistance readers but for others who have heard of the European Union and in their naivety actually believe the BBC reports how well we are doing living under a democratic system of government when we are in reality governed by a consortium of 28 European members representatives, many in financial strife who decide our future but equally important this is a primer for people who at least have a vague idea where Europe is.
There has been a great deal of unwarranted negative criticism of the European Union regarding the criminal wastage of European taxpayer’s money. It was not so much the negative criticism triggered by the auditors refusing to sign off on the EU’s budget for the last 18 consecutive years through suspected fraud or even the European occupied countries having their paper currencies exchanged for smaller and less colourful notes, or the British having to surrender their black passports embossed with a Silver Lion and a Unicorn rampant “requiring in the name of her Britannic Majesty to allow the bearer to pass without hindrance and to afford the bearer such assistance” blah blah blah and replaced with a nondescript sort of puce one also available to the rest of world who would like to call England home.
‘Project Europe’ was a social and political theory whose basics were conceived prior to WW1 but started in earnest after WW2. At the cessation of hostilities the implementation of a Marxist philosophy of a Unified Europe began
Gramsci, a Communist was one of the most important thinkers of the twentieth century and a key thinker in what is now developing as a Marxist Europe. He is known for his theory of cultural hegemony, which describes how States use cultural institutions to maintain power in capitalist societies. However what he did not describe is how Communism maintains power in a totalitarian society; maybe he was being politically selective as he was a founding member and one time leader of the Communist Party of Italy before being thrown in Jail where he eventually died.
These are the Battle honours of the Regiment In which I served. I have deliberately omitted the Regimental Badge for obvious reasons. As I type I have the Regimental Magazine in front of me, it is over 60 years old. I served around the time the Amphibious Landing Craft the Windrush over-ran our beaches.
It was still a time of Empire. In front of me in the section of the Magazine titled Ante-Room Gossip there was a notification on page three that a Mr B.H. had been appointed to command the Somaliland Scouts. Many of their Somali descendants now live alongside me in my country as economic refugees not by my invitation but by my leaders.
As a child lying on a stony beach staring up at the sky on a warm summer’s day prior to WW2 I am sure I would have daydreamed this is how England always was, how it always had been, and how it always will be. I read of the past, I was living the present and as a child I assumed my future would alter little…. or so I thought. I could not have imagined for a fleeting moment the horrendous changes that in my lifetime would beset my country and my tribe
The very thought of the words displacement and discrimination, references to my race being in a minority in my own country by the year 2035, the disappearance of the legendary friendliness of the English Bobby on his beat, of threats and intimidation to my people because of their ethnic grouping by my own leaders who are hell bent on offering my country up as a homeland to the rest of the world to thousands of economic tourists from primitive and violent cultures were unthinkable, but it happened.