It’s happened again of course, as we learnt with shock but no surprise. The outrage was greeted again by the usual scenes of vigils, candles, flowers and so on and so forth; entirely understandable if such demonstrations help to assuage the sense of shock and grief, but in fact pitiable and useless. Useless because the only emotion which will serve us now is implacable anger fuelling a determination to rid our country of this curse which has been introduced into our midst.
How do we do that? Policing operations to detect and suppress Islamist plots will of course continue, but that is merely inserting a finger into the bursting dyke – there are, we are told no fewer than 23,000 Islamist fanatics known to the Police in this country and it is impossible, in practical terms, to keep track of them. So here are a few suggestions:- 1/ deport all those who are not UK citizens; 2/ strip UK citizenship from those who have dual citizenship and deport; 3/ intern those who cannot be deported in the “British Guantanamo” i.e. that abandoned whaling station on South Georgia in the Antarctic which could be patched up for the purpose – as the island is desolate and uninhabited, fences would be unnecessary.
I have to admit that suggestion 3/ above is slightly tongue in cheek – however much I might like it I cannot imagine that majority opinion, unless inflamed beyond endurance, would approve. However, suggestions 1/ and 2/ are perfectly serious – why on earth should we continue to suffer the presence in our country of dangerous people who are not even legally UK citizens? Unfortunately, “Human Rights” laws get in the way. We need to return to the situation where the Home Secretary could order the removal of any alien whose presence in the country “is not conducive to the public good”, but Human Rights laws do not allow it in the case of persons normally resident in Britain – and the Conservative Party has undertaken in its manifesto to preserve those laws.
What else is needed? No further Moslem immigration whatsoever. A major loophole is the right of British citizens to import foreign spouses and around half of British citizens of Pakistani extraction import their spouses from Pakistan, a major source of continuing immigration and a major cause of the continuing rapid growth in the Moslem population. Although we should not altogether halt the importation of foreign spouses (how many Brits are married, for example, to Americans or Germans and does anybody care?) it certainly needs to be made more difficult. If we forbade the importation of spouses who are first cousins it would greatly reduce the numbers coming from Pakistan, while a requirement that all such importees must speak, read and write English to a good standard would almost eliminate it. Labour wants to remove the present restrictions on spouses.
Asylum seekers should never be accepted from Moslem countries because Britain is never the nearest safe country to any Moslem country. Moslems who have been granted refugee status should be returned to their countries of origin if those countries are now safe, rather than – as now – allowed to remain permanently and take out UK citizenship.
Schooling needs to change to emphasise British history and British culture, and the great achievements and successes of our country. At present these are downplayed, the bad stuff in our past is emphasised and the right of the British people to the possession of our homeland is questioned – Britain, our children are told, is “a nation of immigrants”, an outrageous lie to which anyone who remembers Britain before the 1960s can testify. Emphasising our history and our culture, and the Christian heritage with which both are infused, will compel those whose beliefs are hostile to these things to either submit to our ways or depart. It is also right that White British children should receive an education which instils and strengthens a sense of pride and identity in who they are.
In the end, unless some such programme is adopted, there will be civil war and ethnic cleansing – and it will not necessarily be we who are doing the cleansing.
Finally, “United We Stand”? Yes, so we did in 1940 when a single united people were united against a continental tyranny. But that unity has been destroyed by mass immigration fostered by a ruling elite which has lost touch with the people it rules, even when it does not despise them. We live now, though, in times when global cosmopolitanism is beginning to give way to identity centred populism; therein lies our hope.
By Frederick Dixon © 2017
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