We can sum up the past week or two a number of ways. Firstly, this collated post puts together one look at it.
But there are other ways to look at it too and this from Q, in Polly’s latest, hits the nail on the head:
Just hope you can read that as it’s full size – if not, use Ctrl and +.
Essentially, it says the enemy is using guerrilla means to tackle more formal structures, including the institutions [as in the long march through the institutions]. Naturally, if you wish for your land to be preserved as your land, those carrying out this asymmetric attack are your enemy, your family’s, your land’s.
A perfect example is Khan in London – a jihadi whose agenda is quite clear, with zero affection for nor tolerance of the culture of these islands, it’s history. I do not believe he was elected, I believe it was a mass voting thing which swamped the indigenous and no one is any the wiser over here.
It is within the remit of Boris Johnson to fire Cressida Dick now, it is within his remit to remove Khan under emergency powers, it will be considerably more difficult to fire every Common Purpose graduate ever and tagging them … but it needs doing.
Naturally, Johnson is in thrall to them, a safe pair of hands they would say, therefore he got his 80 seat majority against pretend opposition. I do not trust Nigel Farage either. Therefore, we are effectively rudderless. Richard Tice? Roger Helmer is a bit too old now.
Personally, I don’t mind Nigel as the elder statesman, a man whose achievements were once great, but no longer as the one who unilaterally has the power to backtrack and betray – I’m not sure voters will buy that.
It should keep the colouring, a nice colour, but change the name to something non-nationalistic – I tried to think of a name but could not. Difficult.