Thursday, 9 July 2009


It is not easy, not easy at all, to watch as a bystander your country implode before your very eyes knowing full well that there is not a single thing that you can do about it. The anger that is felt and directed towards the hordes of people who have been complicit in disassembling the UK cannot be described. And for what reasons? What motives could possibly be strong enough to illicit someone to commit such greats acts of treachery towards ones country where, bit by bit, the electorate was to be convinced that the power removed from Westminster would be better served elsewhere (see box to the right) - even though it did a masterful job in serving the UK properly for a good 300 years.

Remember what Gladstone said in his speech at Hastings 17th of March 1891

‘No violence, no tyranny, whether of experiments or of such methods as are likely to be made in this country, could ever for a moment have a chance of prevailing against the energies of that great Assembly (The House of Commons),

“No; if these powers of the House of Commons come to be encroached upon, it will be by tacit and insidious methods, and therefore I say that public attention should be called to this.”’

Public attention was never called of course for obvious reasons. Imagine the public out cry if they found out what was being perpetrated. Yes, British Empire was over Pax Britannia was over and Pax Americana had taken it place. No empire is perfect certainly not, the British one had many faults but the American one to follow was as worthy as any other contender.

What if they had found out though? What if the hoi polloi gained the knowledge that an active campaign to disestablish British sovereignity had been launched shortly after WW2. What of vox populi, would it speak of war or would it just not care? In my ignorance I hope they would care maybe it would even make it onto the third of fourth page of the SUN - well maybe that is asking a bit too much.

Why this dismal approach you may wonder? Well, whenever Britain was attacked, throughout history, we fought back in one way or another through force or by cunning. When the Argentinians attacked us with Exocet missiles during the Falklands Campaign our response was not to deploy counter measures but to buy entire global supply of French Exocet missiles. But now with the EU we have taken the most oddious approach conceivable; rather than to expell that malaise we joined it! This is quite frankly remarkable and yet today, when substantial majority of the British people want out or just revert back to EEC or EFTA the government still insists on the benefits eventhough it is clear to everyone that Great Britain exists only in name, the nation which long befored filled that empty void is now long gone what remains is a but a shadow. A shadow which for all intents and purposes serves only as a reminder of how we, the people of the UK, lost the battle for our sovereignty.

You might want to call me a sensationalist reactionary twat. Fine, I shall allow it for now but you come back to me in one years time when the Lisbon Treaty has been passed and repeat your insult. Not before long the rest will follow...

UK "joins" the Euro
Scotland leaves the UK
Wales leaves the UK
NI joins Ireland
England remains as a region of the EU.


North Northwester said...

"want to call me a sensationalist reactionary twat"

Like that's a BAD thing, my friend?

React away; I know I do, and there's still hope - and if not hope, then there's revenge and rebuilding to be done.

13th Spitfire said...

Well it seems that I always run the chance of being called cynical.

You think there is hope for the UK as a single entity? The main problem I see with that is that once you dish out power it is extraordinarily hard to get it back. Scotland gets 32 billion pounds as it budget. Looking at my mac keyboard now it seems that everyone is in on the deal there is not even a bloody pound sign anymore just the euro one. Seriously are they taking the piss?

North Northwester said...

Collective British patriotism - and prudence - runs deeper than our masters' voice the MSM would ever admit.
Granted, New Labour has installed separatist parties in centripetal institutions designed to generate nationalist gratitude to the Labour party. But also remember how grateful the Scots stayed to the Tories for changing their north-of-the-border name from Unionist to Conservative), and just how long the working class remained loyal to the Conservatives after Disraeli's reforms...

There's still a lot of capital invested in hears and minds across our lands in sticking together.

And in an era where a majority of even Britain's tax-addicted citizenry finally wants public spending cuts, then eventually the Celtic fringe will come to realise that Barnett ends at independence.

Thanks for the link, also.