When hard won freedom is under attack, it would be nice if we were all singing from the same hymn sheet.
There have been very conflicting views about the decision of the Swiss, for example, to ban the expansion of Islamic culture. The same applies to the French, who recently decided that they would deport the thousands of Roma people from makeshift camps in France.
I have to be careful what I say here; it would take a little slip of the qwerty to put me in handcuffs. Such is the hysteria surrounding what is a fairly clear case of national expediency over the so called rights of unwanted minorities.
We are now used to the fact that the political standards of Asian minorities in Britain falls below even the very low bar of propriety that our home-grown politicos have. We now hear that gangs of Romanian Gypsies have been traficking children into this country in order to turn them into thieves and sex toys. One twelve year old girl was found to be pregnant in the most recent round of raids on London addresses.
People who argue against the deportation of unwanted guests argue that it targets a particular race. Well, tell me, how many people have died in the last few years at the hands of white, Christian suicide bombers? How many gangs of white people have been arrested for perpetrating abuses of children, whether it is for crime or for specious cultural reasons? How many "honour" killings have been initiated by whites? How many white politicians have been convicted of forging postal votes? The list of serious assaults, not only on individuals, but on our culture and our values, by those who do not belong to this country in any meaningful sense, is endless.
And yet, as I said, I risk arrest for even broaching the subject. The debate is almost impossible to be had; shut down by linguistic hegemony, press control, government spin and mass indoctrination, not to mention the pathetic appeasement of these minorities by the very people who should be protecting our society - the Police.
It is entirely conceivable that if the suspects in this latest case are convicted, they will, via some technicality, be allowed to stay and poison our society until the day they die.
I risk being called a racist of course. Well, yes I am. I believe in the supremacy and hegemony of those who inhabit this Isle by right of birth and antecedents. I have no problem with those who come here, as long as they understand that this is our country and we run it our way, by reason of hundreds of years of struggle and democracy. We fought hard for our freedom and way of life, and we are fair people who de facto welcome people of other cultures, but now, they are taking the piss.
Those who come to this country expecting to live as they do in theirs, must understand that we have a very profound investment in our way of life, and, imperfect as it is, we consider child abuse by ethnic minorities, or the persecution of any minority, to be abhorrent, unacceptable and worthy of their deportaion to whatever shithole they came from.