Wednesday, 31 May 2017

The boring British election campaign has now got horribly exciting

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Unfortunately the hitherto boring British election campaign has now got horribly exciting because it's just possible that the Tories won't win an outright majority. 

Many people who think Marine Le Pen and Donald Trump are dangerous extremists and demagogues want the Trotskyite Corbyn to win - remember that please, people.

On the other hand if Mrs May does win she hopes to make the Tories the party of the white working class, as the Republicans are increasingly becoming in the USA.


Elections bring out the worst in many people. People who are usually open-minded allow
tribal party loyalty to take over. Others are viscerally pro-EU or pro-immigration despite not having good arguments. They are not stupid, but they sound stupid because they advance stupid reasons for views held unthinkingly, for obscure psychological reasons.

People like that, faced with Islamist mass murder, always loudly condemn Islamophobia, for example. They accuse Brexiters of xenophobia. For them the EU is a symbol of anti-racism and virtue.

Doing anything about immigration would leave Tories open to the charge of xenophobia and the Tories have as much horror of xenophobia as those further left. And it is very wise of politicians not to blame Islam for the killings. 


Still, the Manchester massacre requires the Tories to get angry and knock down an Aunt Sally.  In this case censorship will be imposed on the internet, to silence Islamists and people who criticise Muslims and immigration policies. 

Something must be done. This is something, therefore this must be done.

While the establishment uses Muslims to silence dissent the left, from the Blairites to the Trotskyite Labour leadership, hope that immigrants and ethnic minorities including Muslims will enable them to bring down the system.

Peter Oborne, in this article, blames MI6 in part for the Iraq War - and for encouraging people like the father of the Manchester suicide-bomber to go to Libya to fight in the civil war there to get rid of Gaddafi.  MI6 worked with Arab political refugees like him, rather than advising the British government to exclude radicals.


Peter and Mr. Corbyn are obviously absolutely right that British and US foreign policy did huge damage to the Middle East and encouraged terrorism in Europe, but the big reason for the terrorist plots in Britain predates the invasion of Iraq. It is a product of (a possibly mistaken understanding of) the Muslim religion and the immigration policy that has created a three million Muslim minority. Most of whom of course are patriotic, law abiding people, but a small minority of whom are our mortal foes.

Raising the immigration drawbridge almost to the top now would leave Britain with huge problems but not doing so mean things will get infinitely worse.

I come from a large English seaside town with very few Muslims. My Bengali best friend at school (the only Muslim in my year) is a dedicated nurse, godless, drinks wine, only dated white women and is, to quote the Victorian music hall 
cliché, 'as British as the flag'. 

He votes BNP and told me the only reason that he didn't join the party is that they wouldn't have him as a member. But, since he told me this, the BNP have been required by law to accept members of any skin colour.

His brother, who was godly, also drank wine and was also my friend, was - so I learnt recently - "very racist" towards whites "because of his experiences at the hands of the British." He lived off the state almost all his life. He disliked Jews a lot too. Muslims, like everyone else, therefore differ widely.

What is obvious, but for some reason never mentioned, is that it is not income inequality that reduces social cohesion, but mass immigration. 

Inequality and social cohesion used to co-exist happily for centuries, when Englishmen were deferential and almost everyone was related distantly to everyone else.

Two very good reasons to vote Tory are their pledge to leave the EU customs union and not to regulate the press. A very big disappointment is that Mrs. May has changed her mind for the third time and will not take the UK out of the European Convention on Human Rights. Perhaps this abandoned promise will be implemented later. Let's hope so.

8 comments:

  1. "Most of whom of course are patriotic, law abiding people, but a small minority of whom are our mortal foes."

    There has been an estimated one million white English victims of Muslim grooming gangs since the late 1980s. So the number of men of Muslims involved in this, or who were aware of it and turned a blind eye to it would have to be extremely large indeed. And it's not about religion but race and ethnicity. These are not devout Muslims raping for Allah, they're cocaine snorting, vodka swilling hostile racial groups degrading and destroying the females of the tribe whose territory they are colonising.

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    1. Proof of one million victims of grooming gangs?

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    2. This was the estimate of the Labour MP Sarah Champion who was the MP for Rotherham. This is probably a high end estimate but the number of victims are definitely well over 100,000.

      According to the government’s inquiry 1,400 girls under the age of 16 were gang-raped and tortured repeatedly over a period of 16 years in Rotherham alone. Almost all victims were white and were raped at least 200 times during their period of sex slavery. Almost all perps were Pakistani /Kashmiri Muslims. 1,400 x 200 = that’s 280,000 acts of rape (not counting multiple acts of rape occurring at the same time when a group of Muslims would rape one girl at the same time.)

      16 years is equal to 8,415,180 minutes.

      8,415,180 / 280,000 rapes = 30.05 minutes. So in Rotherham during that 16 year period an underage white girl was raped by Muslims once every half an hour.

      So, this is just in one town alone. As of 2017 multiple cases of Muslim grooming gangs have been prosecuted. These have occurred in a total of 36 different towns and cities across Britain including but not limited to Blackpool, Sheffield, Oxford, Halifax, Ipswich, Bradford, London, Birmingham, Bristol, Blackburn, Rochdale, Leeds, Aylesbury, Stockport, Yeovil, Newcastle, Burton, Accrington, Peterborough, Dewsbury, Middlesbrough and Slough. All the experts agree that those prosecutions represent the tip of the iceberg. It would not be a stretch to extrapolate that there was a period somewhere between the early 90s to mid 2000s in which an underaged white girl somewhere in Britain was being raped by a Muslim every minute or so. While the effect of these prosecutions might have been to reduce the number of rapes in the short term, it is not going to stop Muslim men from wanting to rape and pimp out underage white girls. Time is on their side and as the Muslim population continues to expand rapidly, the beneficial effect of the prosecutions and the ability to prosecute them successfully will diminish. Eventually there will be too many rapists and too many of their co-ethnics among whom they can hide and who will be abetting them.

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  2. Still, the Manchester massacre requires the Tories to get angry and knock down an Aunt Sally. In this case censorship will be imposed on the internet, to silence Islamists and people who criticise Muslims and immigration policies.

    Something must be done. This is something, therefore this must be done.


    I hope that's all it is - typical political cynicism. The alternative explanation is much worse - that the Manchester bombing is being used as an excuse for the government to do something it wanted to do anyway - to introduce a police state. That does appear to be the endgame for the globalists, the silencing of all dissent.

    I think it would be very unwise to trust Theresa May. I think it would be very unwise indeed to trust her with an absolute majority.

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    1. She is very authoritarian but it is important that her party gets a majority. At least we are going to be spared press regulation.

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    2. Press regulation is in the pipeline and the total
      Control of internet channels many of which are alternative news sites are the start of course that is where more than 50% of Brits get their news these days. Do you seriously think once it has the power that the definitions of radical will not be extended?

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    3. Do you seriously think once it has the power that the definitions of radical will not be extended?

      Agreed. If you give governments more powers they will abuse those powers and seek to extend them. Theresa May strikes me as just the kind of duplicitous leader who would take advantage of any opportunity to crush dissent.

      I still think the safest outcome would be a minority government.

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    4. After the horror of last night, her response is to control the internet, restrict free speech and declare war in Islamisation . If there had ben just two more attacks she would have invoked the Emergency Powers act. Nothing would suit her more than a suspension of normal democracy now.

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