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Many newspapers accurately pinpoint the powerful public mood on
immigration and asylum, yet all are seemingly puzzled as to why New
Labour seem hell bent on allowing so many in with so few checks
in place, if any at all.

It seems palpably clear to me that this is simply so they will all VOTE
New Labour, and the Superstate will come further into being on the back
of it, as no one will ever be able again in the future to vote it out, if indeed
voting is to be allowed in the future envisaged by our supremos.

Several years, and many eons ago, New Labour flourished in a political
 vacuum. We were all tired of politics, sleaze, stagnation and a somewhat
one horse race. However, the British like an underdog.

Lo, step forward New Labour, a new star in the firmament, who
tried to make it seem being funded by the Unions is not actually a
problem to governing the country, a bit like being free to do your
own thing when it is your parents who are footing the bill.

The current rise in militancy and ever more incessant strikes
would seem to bear this out, and what use pouring billions into
national institutions if you cannot curb wage demands to
reasonable levels, without fear of losing crucial funding.

Despite feverish attempts to refund via other means in the early
days, the bulk of New Labour monetary backing is still hugely Union
based, even though its party membership is savagely dwindling.
The days of Labour representing the working man are now
lost in the mists of time, they essentially represent themselves now.

To get elected at the outset, every tiniest minority group imaginable
was courted and mobilised to vote, and are still being paid their thirty
pieces of silver in favourable legislation for quirky groups now.

And so a dream was unfolded by the dream weaver, and we wanted
to believe in a new way. Unfortunately this was based on huge
government and public borrowing and massive taxation, and is now
beginning to unravel before our eyes. We see it but we do not see
it, as we know what is coming but pretend it is not there.
It is too awful to contemplate for now.

This is where we are now, except some sly and underhanded changes
were going on behind the great illusionists panoply of tricks and grins
on the surface. Gloss up front slime beneath.

Imagine the Last Night of the Proms, a quintessentially British occasion.
It is synonymous with the Royal Albert Hall.

Imagine then it being moved to Earls Court, as the structure is deemed
unsafe. Then leaflets are handed out at every entrance purveying
alternative contemporary entertainment elsewhere the self same
evening, and finally when inside the conductor changes the score to
something less fervent and Nationalistic, and bans the waving of
the Union Jack during the performance.


This may seem fictional, however what is happening here is not.

For the Royal Albert Hall read Britain, for structural failure read
the erosion of centuries of foundations of constitutional tradition
and Judicial and political checks, balances and counterbalances,
to say nothing about our own Monarchy. Chipping away, brick
by brick, stone by stone, pebble by pebble, drip on drip down
the drain to decay and oblivion.

For leaflets purveying alternative entertainment, read subversion
of the teaching of the history of this realm in schools, and
attempts to coerce the independant nature of the BBC.

Tinkering with the teaching of History and trying to traduce
the media and foremostly the hitherto bastion of BBC
independence should ring some alarm bells.

What do they have to do before we see it all as it is,

Then we normally have an orchestra and a Great Conductor, one
leading, and the other interpreting and singing the same tune to the
Nation except now there is only a conductor, who plays without
orchestra directly to the media and ignores the assembled audience,
who are summarily denied the waving of the Union Jack or any
 semblance of National pride throughout his virtuoso performance.

We are well on our way to a Superstate, and abjugating our rights
and heritage to Brussels, via the constant dilution of the lifeblood
of the Monarchy, the House of Lords, the Judiciary, the Lord
Chancellor, and our very constitution in the name of anachronistic
edifices not suited nor in tune to modern government.

It has suited well enough for nigh on 1000 years, and next time
He says the EU is merely a cleaning up exercise, remember how
He is trying to clean up the 600 year old post of Lord Chancellor
without consultation or consideration or referendum,
just tossing centuries of history aside without a mandate.

Shades of Megalomania there as well as his Messianic rhetoric
on war, and his imagined neo Churchillian posture.

How the great man must chuckle at such a parody,
how his memory is slurred by association,
Orwellian possibly, Churchillian never.

The whole point of our Monarchy, House of Lords,
 Judiciary, and pomp and ceremony, however outdated
and anachronistic some parts of it may well be ,
is not what they do, or represent, as much as what they
PREVENT from coming into being by their mere presence.

Viz a viz, President Blair, or Chairman Blair.

Currently we have New Labour actively and systematically
dismantling all the above institutions piece by piece, whilst
we do nothing and in doing nothing condone the vandalism
of our own culture, in what was our own land.
In the countdown to election this is becoming a mad
stampede to destroy before the fact, an accelerated
agenda of attrition on our core of Britishness.

If this continues there will be no Rule Brittannia or last
night of the proms, no Churchill, no Telford, no Nelson,
just greyness, beurocrats and Chairman Blair.

Almost everyone I know wanted to march on London for one
good reason or another over the last year or so, futile as it is
as we are all summarily ignored out of hand.

We are deemed fools to be manipulated, stupid enough to
swallow gullibly anything we are fobbed off with.

I must admit I did not vote in the three or four elections
before the last one, as I became apathetic with politics, and
could not see much real difference between the parties
or much difference between their purported policies.
However now we have a party who would ruin this Countrys
traditions, and make us all drones to the EU, presumably
and coincidentally with President Blair EU at the helm.

If we could not all march on London, then surely we can march
as far as the polling booths in the summer to speak on councils
and Europe, paving the way clear for a referendum or
vote of no confidence.

Then next Spring we might stagger there again to vote out those
who feed us one lie after another and worse still assume us ultra
gullible and laughably malleable.

They may find our density is of a different form than they
expected or imagined, being one huge mass opposing their
hypocrisy, lies and subterfuge.

Its not really British to bother too much with elections and politics,
but if we ignore the next one there may well be no more British, and
no more real politics. Just the state.

This may well be the last time we can remove them via the ballot box,
as there are legions of mercenaries being imported solely to vote New Labour,
 whilst they propose lowering the voting age to 16 and even having teenage
MPs, as they would apparently vote New Labour wholesale. Perhaps
the grip on the media whilst lowering school standards to abysmal levels
is not altogether without rhyme or reason, easier to lead by the nose.

Add to this the other hordes of disadvantaged and estranged minorities
already aboard and soon we will simply all be outnumbered even if we
all shake off our lethargy and vote, and who is in any event monitoring
the registration of voters, given the ease with which it is possible to
register in multiple counties for council elections virtually undetected.
I would seriously tighten up voting rights and registration and
seriously question whether brand new arrivals to the country should
be allowed to vote as of right straight away with no qualification period.

Remember, all these freebie voting favours from minorities and
the like all will require legislative payback in coin at a later date,
with our money.

You owe it to your country one last time to vote to preserve our
way of life, our traditions, our history, our heritage, and
above all our right to be British not Blairish, the man who
grudgingly allowed us to celebrate the Rugby World Cup
on a Monday.

At present there are still institutions and traditions and laws to
uphold your views, rights and electoral preferences, and reflect
your currently ignored wishes and feelings in Parliament,
instead of having them derided and steamrollered aside
in the guise of modernity and social progress.

It is likely that if these are re elected next time this will cease
to be an option.

Your Country Needs You.

Malcolm Pugh April 2004.

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About the Author

I was educated at Grammar School, became Civil Engineer, then not so civil systems programmer. Am now deranged and huddle in a little room writing, with no mirrors.


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