Segregated Britain? The real segregation is this (pt.1)

The facts are inescapable.  They don’t look the same as us. They don’t speak our language properly if at all. They only attempt to engage with us when it suits them. They demand that we tolerate them while they are intolerant of us. They prefer to only mix with their own kind and gravitate to huddle together as a defined community where weight of numbers gives them a sense of strength. They are only interested in everyone’s lives being lived by their rules. They expect everyone else to conform to accommodate them and their wishes, and when we refuse to play the game their way they resort to law to compel us to validate them and grant them special status – irrespective of the code and culture that we developed over many hundreds of years.

Of course this leads to ‘retreat’.  Of course it leads to rejection of what has been foisted upon us.  Of course people are going to decide they want to live the life that they are comfortable with, surrounded by people who share the same views, aspirations and values.

I am happy to nail my colours to the mast and declare that I too have been doing all I can to ‘retreat’ from these people, in an effort to enjoy a way of life that my parents and their parents had.  Both generations fought for my future freedom and that of my children. But nevertheless this country has been overrun by people who are different, who are determined to impose their values and norms on the rest of us, who want Britain to be transformed to resemble something that they feel comfortable with regardless of what the majority thinks.

The only solution is for these people to go.

That’s right. The only solution is to tell all the politicians and bureaucrats who infest this country and make life for the majority a misery, to go.  The majority in this country is sick to the back teeth of the political class, the bureaucrats and the establishment.  If they don’t like the Britain we want, they should clear off.

9 Responses to “Segregated Britain? The real segregation is this (pt.1)”

  1. 1 john in cheshire 06/05/2013 at 10:13 am

    My sentiments exactly. Don’t be surprised, though, if you receive abuse for having such thoughts. For example, on Harry’s Place you’ll risk being sworn at and sneered at for being so unambiguous.

  2. 2 Jeremy Bridges 06/05/2013 at 10:46 am

    I’m fortunate to live in a rural community, as I have done for most of my life.
    Cities are alien places to me, I haven’t been to our Capital for over 30 years. Thus I have been spared the mixed blessings of Multi-culturalism. I recall Frau Merkel denouncing MC a few months back, saying it hadn’t worked, nor would it ever work. This is a Europe wide problem, and a problem it most certainly is. We are looking right down the barrel of serious conflict, exacerbated by high levels of unemployment and poverty. The unpalatable act for politicians of all pursuasions and those who have embraced this Socialist nirvana, is that the only solutions are strict border controls ie: zero entry, and enforced repatriation. Otherwise we’re in line for levels of social unrest, violence and bloodshed across Europe not seen since the aftermath of the Second World War. It’s an appaling prospect.

    Another excellent article AM, I fear however that you are preaching only to the converted. God help us all.

  3. 3 David Kelly 06/05/2013 at 11:04 am

    “Mixed blessings of multi-culturalism”? No, there are no blessings with it. It’s simply the political classes’ way of making racism and xenophobia “respectable”, providing those on the receiving end are white and English (not British, as England is the only nation in this kingdom to have multiculturalism shoved down its throat).

  4. 4 Edward. 06/05/2013 at 11:11 am

    Trouble is, the weight of numbers and with a birth rate in excess of 150 k pa [housing benefits and child allowances] and with hundreds of thousands more arriving each year – it’s only a matter of time.
    One thing I will never understand but was made slightly clearer to me, a correspondent was talking about Libya or Tunisia and was posed a question – why do so many people eschew democracy and wish to be under the ‘umbrella’ of Sharia?
    He answered, because it is what they know and a even a basely corrupt Islamic state is preferable to all else.
    It’s time they started to think for themselves but that is why and from a formative age – the fundamentalist inculcation is so strict.

    All planned and executed by the cultural Marxists, who will in turn be executed.

  5. 5 Mark B 06/05/2013 at 11:24 am

    Yes, the political class and the establishment along with their foot-soldiers in Whitehall must go.

    But where ? Who will have them ? They were booted out of the empire. The EU only just about tolerates them.

    We can’t have them living on the streets begging and generally cluttering up the place.

    No, we must have a solution in place first, and it must be final !

  6. 6 David Kelly 06/05/2013 at 11:37 am

    Mark B, the way to deal with the political/media classes and their fellow travellers is to do what the French did with their aristocracy 220-odd years ago. That’s about as final as you can get, and it saves the costs of trying them for crimes against the English people, and the costs of deporting them (if we can find anyone daft enough to take them in). Besides, if they’re alive anywhere, there’s always the chance that they can return here to make our lives a misery again.

    Having said all that, I just hope we don’t start turning on each other like the French revolutionaries.

  7. 7 Adam West 06/05/2013 at 1:28 pm


    Your opening paragraph could almost describe the political class.

    The Balkanisation of Britain has been going on for a long time. Importing cultures wholesale and then deploying the power and resources of the state to treat those cultures favourably is not going to end any time soon.

    I personally don’t think there was ever a malicious grand plan for this to happen, it is just we are overseen by incompetent people who are afraid to speak plainly and are so detached from the real world that they are the last to see that their policies cause problems. National cultures and identities have been suppressed in order for a European culture and identity to develop but that simply isn’t happening. At the same time other cultures have been imported on an almost colonial specimen collecting basis* and get protected so are expanding to fill that vacuum.

    * The twee notion expressed by Andrew Neather and others that it is indefinably beneficial to be waited on hand and foot by cheap foreign waiters, nannys and house cleaners, to have a kaleidescope of choice in restaurants and to hear a panoply of languages in school playgrounds. Sod that there was already millions unemployed before our borders were thrown open and sod that school standards cannot be maintained if many pupils have poor English skills.

  8. 8 Autonomous Mind 06/05/2013 at 1:58 pm

    Adam, not just the first paragraph but the whole piece is describing the political class.

    There was a grand plan for all this, constructed by the hateful socialist authoritarians, and it was utterly malicious. Divide, dilute and conquer.

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