Being Opposed to Extremism
The idea of British national and social values comes from nationalism and socialism in reference to Britain. It opposes the extremism of capitalist greed, such as corporate chief executives using shareholders’ revenues to greatly inflate their salaries when the masses of people are quite clearly in a state of increasing financial grievance.
British national and social values also oppose the extreme views of the Left that tries to water down national sovereignty and national identity, always speaking out for the right of any number of millions of people from all over the world to immigrate to Britain and trying to forcefully impose mass immigration on us by denying the British People a vote on European Union membership.
These extreme policies reached their climax under the premiership of T. Blair, who secretly imposed an agenda of mass immigration to Britain while knowing that it was not the wish of the British People. Blair is known to have lied in order to pursue his agendas, and is also known to have stated that he considered the British People racist and that mass immigration would break the will of the People.
The same T. Blair embarked in wars against other countries, namely Serbia, Iraq and Afghanistan, and in so doing he proved that the system he represented pursues a policy of violent aggression against other countries. He also became extremely rich after leaving the office of Prime Minister, acting as “advisor” to foreign governments and companies. However, he left office just shortly before the great financial crash of 2008, and he also left behind the legacy of the turmoil he took part in creating in Iraq and Afghanistan.
A Fair Society
Elderly people should not be left to die of thirst, and patients should not be left to drink water from flower pots in hospitals. Those who care for them in homes or hospitals should not be given “targets” that see overstretched staff in cash-strapped institutions leaving patients to suffer or die in misery. Carers should be given a mission to care for the vulnerable, and the State must be sure that the nurses are well trained, whole-hearted and sufficient in number.
Vulnerable children should not be abandoned to child-groomers and rapists, but cared for and protected. Disabled people should not see their incomes cut due to spending cuts, or the services made available to them reduced due to a bankrupt State, and they should not be forced out of their homes due to an extra room which a cynical government considers to be “too much”.
Unborn children should not be diagnosed in their mother’s womb to see if they are “unworthy of being born”. Abortion should not be “the answer to poverty”, and elderly people should not be made to choose between heating their room and eating a hot dinner.
True Socialism cannot espouse the cold indifference of the corporate greed society or the “financial target” mentality of a bankrupt state intent on making figures sum up at no matter which human expense.
Yet this same Socialism cannot afford to sacrifice the rights and the needs of the British People to the demands of millions of young, able, fit people from half the world rushing over to Britain – often with their whole family – to cash in on the available jobs, on the benefits and on the social services that we offer.
These people do have their own country, very often these are fertile lands, and they are countries where the population density is considerably lower than in Britain. To simply come over to Britain and claim asylum and be carried on cushions into a council house from day one, and given the weekly welfare cheque, while British people wait even ten years to receive a council flat, is outrageous. It is, quite simply, not fair. And it is not fair that millions of people can come over and take a job with all the attached benefits, while millions of British people are consigned to unemployment.
The Cruel, Arrogant Establishment
The same Establishment that from 1914 to 1918 sent millions of British men to the slaughter against our brethren of Germany later imposed a cruel destiny on the German People. They were humiliated and made to suffer, and they were made to pay for everything. Today, we British are being made to pay every day £50 million to the European Union, large sectors of our productive industry have been transferred abroad, and we are forced to hand over millions of our remaining jobs to people from foreign countries coming over with their families to colonise our Country, while we pay for everything.
Our economy is being bled to death and we are being made to pay when there is no money left to hand over, even when our public debt increases by around 150 to 200 billion pounds every year. An extremely incompetent and arrogant string of governments has smashed the British economy and bankrupted it, and they have signed away British sovereignty to foreign powers.
They have tried to change our ethnic and cultural identity into that of a tiny, bankrupt global village; they have sown the seeds of sedition within Britain by implanting opposing ideologies; they have sown the seeds of discord between different cultures, something that once we did not have. They have enriched our society to the extent that we are totally bankrupt save the rich, who get ever richer, and to the point that we have whole communities being indoctrinated with world views that are completely contrary to those of Christianity.
Unless we assert our right to be a British, Christian Nation, and to bring an end to mass immigration and also to capitalist greed, our Country will fall. We do not need war and persecution but need to avoid war and stop persecution and prevent the fall of our British Nation. We are being persecuted by the cynical party-establishment that swears an oath of allegiance to one and the same private family member.
We need a periodically elected Parliament giving a pledge to the People, a Parliament that does not hand over our Sovereignty to foreign powers and that does not hand over our Country to foreign peoples. We are being denied the democratic right to become a truly sovereign People.
Part 1: Will Britain acquire a national and social identity?
Part 3: Nationalism and Socialism as opposed to exploitation