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Friday, 9 January 2015

Nigel Farage has been caught out......TELLING THE UNPALATABLE TRUTH!.......(Warning offensive language used in this post)

So Nigel Farage has been criticised for some of his comments about multiculturalism and a 'fifth column' that potentially seeks to do us, in Britain, harm in the wake of the Paris tragedy. In my experience, when the three main parties gang up on someone to condemn them, it is invariably a sign that the person who made the comments is telling the truth. Truth can often be very unpalatable and hard to accept, nevertheless it is still truth.

Over the last decade we have had numerous examples of this failed experiment in forced multiculturalism and the chaos and havoc it brings to a relatively settled and unified society. Let me list a few of the ones that stand out to me:  Victoria Climbie (2000), 7/7 attacks in London (2005), London riots (2011), The sexual abuse and exploitation of young girls in Rochdale, Oldham and Rotherham (2013/14) Birmingham Trojan horse schools scandal (2014). These are all perfect examples of what happens when you allow uncontrolled immigration into a small country and you have totally incompatible cultures, customs and values trying to co-exist.  In that regard, Mr. Farage's comments are absolutely correct, I'm afraid.

I'm not saying that we should have no multiculturalism in this country, far from it. However, for it to work it has to be kept to a minimum. I think that an absolute maximum percentage of around 10 -15% of a countries population should be made up of ethnic minorities. Furthermore, they should only be allowed in if they have highly valuable skills and abilities that can be of benefit to a host country. Finally, the host country should ensure that the immigrants' cultural beliefs and values are a match with the host country. For example, I would not allow in anyone who believed in, nor wanted Sharia Law, thought and treated women as inferior or whose cultural beliefs were rooted around witchcraft and superstition (such as in the Climbie case). These types of dogmatic, primitive and undemocratic cultural values and beliefs are the total antithesis of our native, English values. They are and always will be totally incompatible. It is like oil and water, they will never mix.

As the saying goes 'the chickens have come home to roost.' I personally hold Lib/Lab/Con responsible for the above examples of abuse over the last decade. However, more specifically, I place at least 80% of the blame at Labour's door. Andrew Neather's comments about opening the gates to mass immigration to 'rub the right's nose in diversity' have, over the last few days, haunted me. My biggest fear is that unless something is done VERY soon, I believe that within 10 - 15 years this country will find itself in an all out religious and cultural civil war. If we had strong leaders with a genuine passion and love for their country, who wanted the traditional, native values, beliefs and culture to be dominant, then and only then might this approaching atrocity be diverted. Instead, what we have had for decades is wishy-washy, centre ground, try to be all things to all people leaders and parties, whose only concern has been to get through the doors of No. 10. Their only priority has been to obtain power at any cost, without having genuine principals, a clear and brave moral direction or a willingness to put country before party or their own ambitions. Career politicians along with progressive, dogmatic, civil service apparatchiks have all but destroyed this country.

Nigel Farage is spot on; there is a 'fifth column' of vermin living in this country, who hold British passports, but who hate us and want to destroy us and our culture. As I have said in previous posts; multiculturalism hasn't worked and if we continue to listen to the lies and spin of our three in one political party, who try to con us that it is a good thing, we will all become targets for these people with their outdated, barbaric and oppressive views. The time to act is now. The truth is hard to take sometimes and it is very unpalatable for those who hold vested interests. However, we must be brave and demand truth and be honest. We must demand that the numbers of immigrants coming here are drastically reduced and that those who come are willing to integrate and adopt our culture and values. If they don't want that we need leaders who have the balls to kick them out. It is time to take a stand and tell those who wish to wrong us and destroy us to FUCK OFF!

Islamic fundamentalism and its supporters must be eradicated from this country, we must not be afraid of them. Disgustingly our liberal, kowtowing media constantly try and tell us that these attacks are the work of a small, disturbed minority and that their actions don't represent those of most Muslims or Islam....Really? I would argue that this is done to try and hide the truth from us and to maintain the illusion of multiculturalism. Just like the good and brave would be whistle-blowers in Rotherham and Oldham et al were silenced and prevented from exposing the abuse of young girls because the councils/authorities were locked into a dogmatic ideology, that had to be maintained at any cost. Those actions by the authorities were just as vile as the actions of the abusers and in my opinion they should be put on trial and jailed.

As I have already said, if we don't take a stand now and fight for our country and our traditional values and culture, we will be overrun and become victims of radical Islam and its oppressive and medieval beliefs. I don't want that, do you?

P.S, I'll start believing that there are moderate and open-minded Muslims, who genuinely denounce the violence that is done in the name of Islam, when we see large groups of them coming out in solidarity with us and France; proudly holding up the Charlie Hebdo cartoon which mocked their prophet. That would show real unity and also that Islam can tolerate freedom of expression through being examined, questioned and mocked ....I bet it won't happen.


TonyF said...

Hear Hear!

cheeky chappy said...

Cheers, Tony. I hope you are well. A very happy new year to you