British Fascism 1918-1939

https://www.amazon.co.uk/British-Fascism-1918-39-Ideology-Manchester/dp/0719050243

I’m linking to this for a simple reason.

People get the timelines wrong.

It happens often enough that I’ve seen it hundreds of times.

No, fascism existed in this country prior to Hitler’s rise in the 30s.

Yes, the Second World War quickly put paid to it.

It’s a complex period of history that schools would do well not to ignore. Especially from their perspective.

The Guardian keeps saying things like “fascism should never be allowed to take hold on these shores” or some other bollocks.. it predates postmodernism. Stop it now.

Video: The smugness of delusional liberals

There is a game I learnt from a small village in the middle of nowhere. Here’s a description:

Collaborator:Partisan

In the event of an invasion, would X be enthusiastically co-operating (“Well, they are a bit harsh, admittedly, with their summary justice an’ all, but <sigh> we’ve got to have rules.” [BANG]) or out there sabotaging? It seems clear which side the ‘grasses’ would be on.”

Which one Guardian true-believers are on would be clear.
Let them lie in their own bed. They wanted XYZ, leave them be, even if they’re screaming for help. Remind them they had a choice …and they chose wrong.

British attitudes turning on multiculturalism

“”In an increasingly diverse, multi-cultural country, we might expect people to be more relaxed about what it means to be British, yet the trend is going in the opposite direction.” source

I’m going to make this very simple: if you take away pride (the poor man’s dignity), you take away money, you take away space and foreign people who further impose on those things are going to get the brunt of it.

Since space and money aren’t going to change parameter, national pride needs to be reinstalled and emboldened.

This won’t happen. It will get worse until it boils over because the politicians refuse to make amends.

Immigration or invasion?

A thought-provoking comment caught my eye;

“Allowing a foreign culture into your country and allowing it to proliferate in a way that allows it’s adherents to have no intention of integrating is not called ‘immigration’ – it is called ‘invasion’ – successive governments have failed us – and continue to fail us on this point.”

And I can’t fault it.

I believe this to be the subconscious recognition behind the recent European sweep.

From this article: http://blogs.spectator.co.uk/edwest/2014/06/i-dread-the-thought-of-my-children-being-taught-british-values/

I would add that having a value doesn’t bequeath it with value.