Thursday, October 29, 2009

Nazis in Britain...and When Are we Getting Some?

Apparently, there is a fascist movement in Britain which is gaining momentum. Not terribly surprising when you consider this, this and this.

(H/T to Mark Steyn, and Pajamas Media).

Britons are now waking up to the reality of the world their political class have created for them; a world in which the society is being reshaped specifically for further exploitation by the political class. Unchecked immigration, the encouragement of non-integration, the continued weight of government regulation crushing individual freedoms, the Closed-Circuit cameras in the living room, the exorbitant taxation, it all had a purpose. I'm absolutely shocked that one leftist politico either had the honesty, or worse -- the arrogance -- to publicly admit to it.

And the reaction from the British Press is not "How could they? How dare they?", its "OMGOMGOMGOMG! There's skinheads over there!"

Just exactly how did you expect people to react to the steady erosion of their freedoms? I realize that it is Britain, after all, and the masses were expected to just comply quietly for the good of all, like they did during the Blitz and all that, but the days of the stiff-upper-lip Englishman are long gone, it would seem.

Anyways, I'd had always thought that the purpose of unfettered illegal immigration in this country was, from the perspectives of the relevant political parties in this country, on the one hand; the simple importation of a new recipient class ready for the usual rabble-rousing manipulation, and on the other, cheap labor for farmers and small businessmen. It seems that in the light of what's just been admitted in public in Britain, that both assumptions are right, which is not terribly surprising as it wasn't hard to figure out.

What is totally unexpected, however, is that one side of the political spectrum would go as far as the British left apparently has, and in the light of this revelation, I trust the political left in this country even less than I did 10 minutes ago, which is to say not at all. Now, it would be a "not at all -- and where's my shotgun?" if you asked me again.

It seems that it's only a matter of time before what has happened in Britain happens here in America.

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