International Delusions

"Men, it has been well said, think in herds; it will be seen that they go mad in herds, while they only recover their senses slowly, and one by one."

I have voted Liberal Democrat for 20 years but as the "Left" declines further and further into insanity and leaves me further and further to the "Right", I see no alternative but to vote for the BNP (or another right-of-centre party should one appear). Tired of seeing the ever increasing number of rabid, ludicrous, hate-filled, "left-wing" blogs, I thought I'd better participate. Now it seems this makes me a racist, fascist, Islamophobic, "Zio-Nazi" (!), crusading white supremacist! I'm such an enigma, even to myself.

Islamophobia - an entirely rational recognition of the threat posed by radical Islam.

Racist/Fascist/Islamophobe/Etc. - anyone who recognises said threat or attempts to resist the global jihad.

Monday, July 30, 2007

Many Asians 'do not feel British'

Many Greeks do not feel British. Reason? Who knows. We are not British and yet, for some inexplicable reason (probably down to Zionism) we do not feel British. A fine example of cognitive dissonance.

"38% of the UK residents of South Asian origin felt only slightly or not at all British."

Couldn't be because they're not British.

"Yet 84% were satisfied with life in Britain and almost half thought they have more opportunities here."

I should say. They know which side their bread is buttered on.

"Half of the South Asians and nearly two-thirds of the white people interviewed agreed it was too easy for immigrants to settle in Britain."

Half of immigrants believe immigration is too easy - that's ironic.

"Three-quarters felt their culture was being diluted by living in the UK and nearly half believed white people do not treat them as British."

Their culture has been "diluted" by moving to the UK. Terrible. We're such racists.

There's even a convenient picture of some of these Brits who, try though they might, just can't seem to feel, for some unknow reason, British.


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