Post by D. Spencer Hines Post by Citizen Jimserac
It is only in this manner that not only the
monarchy but also England itself will be
saved from the slowly growing parasitic
cultural invasion that will eat away
its language, culture, society, laws
and its very identity, slowly but surely
and whose threat remains dismissed,
laughed at or ignored
That sounds exactly like the sort of thing Renia Simmonds might tell us.
And she has some interesting things to say on this subject.
It sounds extremist, but lots of extremist things happen to people and
countries, and it is only generations later, that analysts can begin to
point to causes and effects of things.
Britain, predominantly England, has enjoyed a two-millenia history of
immigration and it hasn't hurt us one bit. The middle of the
twentieth-century saw the development of an almost perfect society,
looking back. A poor and bedraggled nation, climbing out of the abyss of
two world wars, but a cohesive nation: a nation whose education and
health service were the envy of the world; a nation, while not quite a
melting-pot, welcomed all and sundry and their ideas, and built upon them.
It was a nation of political swings and roundabouts, where the two main
parties were diametrically opposed to each other and that was no bad
thing. Where one party came up with the Big Idea, the other party
cheered it. Where one party loosened taxation to a grateful nation, the
other party tightened taxation and poured it into education and the
Then came the meddlers.
The biggest disaster to face Britain, was the abandonment of the Grammar
Schools, which had begun in 1965, only two decades after they began, and
which Margaret Thatcher completed in 1976 as Education Minister.
These were schools, created in the image of the public schools for
families who could not afford public school fees. The state could not
afford for everyone to go to Grammar School and not everyone could cope
with the rigours of a Grammar School education, yet, it was decided that
selection was "unfair", that all children should attend secondary-modern
(or comprehensive) schools. Education has been increasingly dumbed down
ever since. Mrs Thatcher, also known as "the milk-snatcher" removed free
school milk from primary schools, and began the slow slide down into
fast foods and an obese society.
Now, those children who were under-educated at comprehensive schools
(that is the nature of these schools) are now running the country, in
Parliament, in Banks, in newsapers, in television, in Big Business. They
fill offices with their lack of education, vision or intelligence.
Just today, we have heard of a new piece of incompetence of unimaginable
Someone in a Government department decided two send two CDs containing
the biographical and financial details of 25 million people through the
post. The idiot did not send these CDs by courier, or registered post,
but simply plopped them in the mail. They never arrived. They are still
missing. This happened on October 18th, and we were just told today.
This is the third time this department has done something like this
within the past few months, though not on this scale.
The second disaster to face Britain, was the sale of Council Houses,
again by Mrs Thatcher. Like Grammar Schools, these houses were for those
who could not afford to buy a house of their own. Young families could
apply for a council house and they were allocated on a points system.
Then someone in Mrs Thatcher's government had the bright idea of selling
them off. It also gave the tenants the right to buy after three years,
making exhorbitant profits, helping to contribute to the increasing
costs of buying a property. (And this was just before mortgage interest
rates shot up to 15%, meaning those who had been forking out for
mortgages for years, found them almost impossible to pay and millions
found themselves repossessed. The glut of repossessions and council
houses on the market almost 20 years ago, saw a depressed market, with
many people owning houses worth less than their mortgages. It took
almost a decade to sort that one out.)
Since then, house prices have shot through the roof, to such a point,
young families cannot afford to buy a place of their own. Rental prices
are so high, young singles cannot afford to even rent a place of their
own. Some parents have supplemented the housing market by remortgaging
their homes in order to substantially contribute to the cost of their
youngsters buying property of their own. Others still have their
30-something children living at home.
TV programmes have added to the problem, with thousands of people
running around purchasing buy-to-let properties, shown to be
"oh-so-easy" in these programmes. In doing this, they are removing the
first-time-buyers from the property chain and have created a false
market. Many of these buy-to-letters now find they can't afford to run
their rental homes and there will soon be a glut of them on the market,
along with the glut of repossessions expected early next year as the
American sub-prime-mortgage debacle filters through. On top of this, the
collapse of Northern Rock has stopped mortgage lenders from lending as
much money as they have for mortgages. There will be a glut of
properties for sale, with few buyers, except the increasing numbers of
wealthy foreign buyers, particularly from Russia, who are have been
buying up everything they see.
Which brings us back to immigration. From the cohesive and
partially-multi-cultural society of the fifties and sixties, we have now
several divided societies in Britain. My grammar school accepted all
denominations: Church of England, Catholics, Jewesses, Muslims. Each
religious group had their own religious education, and yet there was
cohesion. We were all part of one society. Now, there are specialist
schools for particular religions, to such a point, there are many
schools where the first language, of some primary school children, is
not English and to such a point where many of the children do not speak
English or even understand it.
Thankfully, this incompetent government has begun to realise that
segregation is not a good thing, yet for the past decade, it has been
considered racist to even think of discussing such a thing.
Mrs Thatcher did battle with the unions. Yes, the unions had to be
curbed, but by her willpower, she managed to destroy the manufacturing
base of Britain, leaving it with a predominantly service industry. Such
an industry is fine, if your population has wealth, but the British
people do not have wealth. They have their property, but few have
Messrs Brown and Darling are loathe to raise interest rates for fear of
recession. Recession would destroy the country, for when people are
short of cash (due to high interest rates), the first thing that they
cut back on, is the service industry. They go on fewer holidays and buy
fewer houses. They save less money and buy less insurance. They buy
fewer and cars and luxury goods, get fewer taxis and trains. Spending
less on this means jobs will be lost, which means there will be less
money, or the jobs will go abroad or to cheap foreigners, ad infinitum.
It's a disaster waiting to happen.
And all this is without going into what happens in the pubs and clubs at
the weekend, with our youngsters spilling out on to the streets, spewing
their guts up, screaming their heads off and baring their bottoms and
other bodily parts. Neither does it include the disastrous marriage and
divorce rates and that Britain has the highest number of illegitimate
children per population than the rest of the developed world.
People live in more isolation on this island than they ever have.
Without hope, or money, or a cohesion-building Royal Family, what else
does this poor, once-wonderful country have, other than its history?