Fighting back

This, by fellow blogger Restoring Britain, was written in response to the post called Creeps:

Our problem is too many among us think of this activity as some sort of attack of the vapours on the part of do gooding imbeciles that just causes the majority to throw their hands in the air with a “it’s political correctness gone mad” type comment. You, I and others know differently. We have scratched at the veneer of thisand have found that rather than being lots of isolated attacks of one off madness it is in fact part of a very real and very deliberate initiative.

Flags are signals and flags are rallying points. They tell people where the safe place is for like minded people. In battlefield situations flagsare messages to troops that this is where you are safe, this is your stronghold and this is where you regroup. Its similar on a political level too. The hard left know this. When the same flag is everywhere it’s a display of strength. They know it’s a symbol of your culture and all it stands for. Not a sheep had something at his place the other day pointing to an article in the Guardian saying how ugly our flag was unlike the American flag. I thought the Guardian article had missed the point. For me, the beauty and the warm feelings around the US flag wasn’t about its design, but it was about all the images it evokes about what’s good about them. America has invested so much of its good cultural points that its has ascribed to it a sort of soft welcome home feel about it amongst other things.

One wonders if the athletics thing goes back to 2012. Although Boyle tried to make it a lefty fest, the British people woke up to their sense of pride again. Flags were everywhere. We started to believe again. Those that want something different nearly lost control of their little initiative because we woke up.

They know this and that’s why they chip away at it. Toxify the flag and make them hide it, those with a genuine love for the country no longer know where to find like minded and friendly faces. That way you keep them on the run, because if we run we don’t think and if we don’t think we can’t form a counter argument but worse of all if, we’re running we’re less like to stop and say I’ve had enough of those people running us down and I’m going to push back.

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3 comments for “Fighting back

  1. Errol
    August 16, 2015 at 1:46 pm

    But.. sadly, the truth is they won’t. Just as yanks love guns and think ‘they keep them safe’ the simple reality is that we cannot ‘fight back’. There is nothing we can do.

    They pass legislation without our permission or consent. Websites are blocked without any recourse to courts, or reasons. Batmangelij isn’t asked why she lives in a million and a half quid house on government money, nor to explain why she is wearing a crazed psychotic’s tie die tent and daft hat. Taxes keep rising, the state keeps spending – on foreign waste, ‘green’, bigger government, the lot.

    We are not given a choice. When we complain, we are mocked and ignored – because they’re frightened, yet they have all the power.

    The only way we can change things properly is to act together, en masse. All 20 million tax paying anti immigration, anti green, anti waste normal people and demand that the government start obeying us, and get that enshrined in law from now on – then *we* set our tax rate and *we* define on what they can spend and how much of our money.

    But, as I see my nieces getting ready for swimming, we’ve better things to do. The day to day sheer exhaustion of living saps the time and enegy from those very people who deserve better – and the state knows it.

    • john in cheshire
      August 16, 2015 at 4:07 pm

      Good response. Unfortunately, you are correct; normal people are too busy with their own lives and find it difficult to make time to engage in politics, myself included. Consequently, all the wronguns fill the void and get to call the shots.

  2. Henry Kaye
    August 16, 2015 at 1:50 pm

    This is all part and parcel of the aims of the originators of the idea of a federated Europe. Jean Monnet voiced it in 1943 when he said that “Europe’s nations should be guided towards the superstate without their people understanding what is happening.”
    This may seem to be an unrelated incident but it isn’t! It’s all part of the grand plan.

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