Introduction

Part 1 listed some of the failures of government in setting out a comprehensive and effective defence policy. Part 2 covered some of the shortcomings of present government policy. Here I will look at two particular threats which are being ignored or even promoted by government. The means of addressing those threats will, owing to available space, have to wait for a further part to this series of articles. I don’t intend to write a book, but things need to be written and the topic is broad.

What is War?

The Oxford English Dictionary defines war as “A state of armed conflict between different countries or different groups within a country”. That definition has become too limited in scope. Here I will use the word “war” to mean ““A state of conflict between different countries or different groups within or without a country, armed or otherwise, with the specific intent of subjugating that country to a different means of government”.

The Rise of Islam

During the 1950s and 1960s many people came to the UK to work in the East Lancashire cotton and West Yorkshire woollen industries. Many also came to work in similarly labour intensive industries in other parts of the UK. My comments are based on my having lived for many years in East Lancashire and West Yorkshire but I am sure that they would be relevant elsewhere.

Naturally such people tended to live in their own communities. The majority were from the Indian sub-continent with a lesser number from Eastern Europe. That majority comprised mainly of Muslims from East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) and West Pakistan and they created the many ghettos that we now have. The (Christian) Eastern Europeans who came at that time seem to have integrated without any significant issues.

The industries which the immigrants were employed in were already in decline as competition from former colonies and elsewhere grew, supported by low wages and working conditions which would not have been unacceptable to us.  That decline was accelerated by our dependence upon old machinery (a testament to its longevity) and the rise of the militant trade unions.

Soon the immigrant workers became redundant; now a walk around the town centres of places such as Oldham and Rochdale reveals large number of aliens, identifiable by language or dress, wandering around when they might be expected to be at work or sleeping after a night shift. Where they are employed they a show a preference for businesses where cash payments are the norm such as taxis, takeaways, corner shops and market stalls. Roads where I remember rows of English shops now have none; the majority are Asian with the occasional East European one.

Mosques have proliferated, either as bespoke buildings or conversion of almost any other available building. Islamic schools and colleges are also evident. “Our” schools are also being taken over; young kids out in the playground often include a very small number of native Brits. Normally a manageable proportion (it is far above that) of immigrants’ kids would be expected to assimilate but here the effect could well be the opposite as alien values are being accepted and taught.  Those alien values include the imposition of Sharia Law so, using my definition above, we are indeed at war with Islam.

The first step in winning that war is to accept that it is happening; the second step is to fight it using all means at our disposal. There is an interesting article here covering some of their activities.

The Unseen Enemy – The Globalists

There are a number of supranational organisations which are supported by the taxpayer including the EU, the UN and its many subsidiaries. Conventional argument assumes they are on our side working for the greater good.

I have already written about the association of the EU with the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan and its recent activities support its following of that plan. The UN created its Agenda 21 (ref article by Flyer) for the United Nations Conference on Environment & Development held in Rio de Janeiro in 1992. That document was proposed as a “non-binding, voluntarily implemented action plan”; we will see how long it remains voluntary.

It may be found here.

The Preamble states: “The developmental and environmental objectives of Agenda 21 will require a substantial flow of new and additional financial resources to developing countries…

Of course we all know who those resources will be taken from. It might be selfish to say so but I doubt that sufficient resources are available to raise living standards of the Third World up to the levels that we enjoy. Will they push us into relative poverty or embark upon population reduction?

Aside from Agenda 21 these globalist organisations already consume excessive resources. They meet in fine surroundings; their members enjoy the best in accommodation and travel whilst receiving the best of salaries:

The United Nations offers you an attractive remuneration package with competitive pay and benefits. The level of pay for staff in the Professional and higher categories that are recruited internationally is set by reference to the highest paying national civil service. Staff members in categories that are locally recruited are compensated in accordance with the best prevailing conditions of service locally.”

 

As time goes on they seek ever greater influence over elected government; they of course, along with the EU and others, are not directly elected by the people but are supported by our taxes via our own governments, who clearly must be signed up to their objectives. Such people were described eloquently by Marcus Tullius Cicero (106 BC – 43 BC):

“A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear.”

 

His words live on.

Much more could be written but that’s enough for Part 3; Part 4 will suggest some remedies.

 

Here is a great video from Nigel Farage tht seems fitting:

 

 

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