Our Present Situation
It should be clear by now that “our” government is nothing of the sort; collectively it is truly the enemy within so eloquently described by Cicero all those years ago.
That enemy has many factions. The one that many of us see every day is the large number of Muslim immigrants wandering our streets. However the factions that most do not see or assume are on our side include:
- Our own government ministers
- Many of our MPs
- A majority in the House of Lords
- The Civil Service
- Local councillors who might now be Muslims
- Local government departments such as Social Services
- Many of our supposedly Christian religious leaders
- The various agencies promoting acceptance of so-called refugees
All the above are also supported by the unseeing masses who take pity on those so-called refugees and ignore the obvious effects on our country of admitting those of an alien culture, many of whom intend to do us harm.
Of course there are still some good people in government but they do not hold the balance of power. A number of events recently and over the past few years suggest that the plans of that enemy are far more advanced than we might think. A summary of how the EU has infiltrated may be found here.
May’s abject failure to deal with the exit from the EU that we voted for is one thing which should be apparent to all but a more sinister thread is developing. That is the complicity of government in the Islamisation of our country. In November 2014 David Cameron said he wants to see a “British Asian” Prime Minister in his lifetime. Of course “British Asian” is an oxymoron and, given the makeup of the “Asian” population of the UK, that can only have meant a Muslim immigrant or the direct descendant of one. Appeasement of Muslims has been a key tenet of governments since the influx started in the post-war years, the ghettos were established and local authorities infiltrated.
As time moved on we saw the election of Muslims to higher profile positions such as the Mayor of London. It would be difficult to argue that Khan’s tenure of that position has been other than an unmitigated disaster.
Our Imminent Future
More recently we have seen the appointment of Sajid Javid as Home Secretary; often a stepping stone to the position of Prime Minister. Some may argue that he is not a devout Muslim but we should note that he was allowed to swear his Oath of Allegiance on the Koran, albeit somewhat surreptitiously.
TPTB (The Powers That Be) in the Conservative Party have now identified Javid as their preferred candidate for the replacement of Theresa May. So it looks like Cameron’s statement has now been elevated (maybe it already was) to a plan for installing a Muslim as our Prime Minister. Interestingly that news came during the World Cup when it might not have been noticed by many. Certainly the outrage that should have followed was severely muted if not absent altogether.
This sneaky modus operandi is nothing new in political matters, being used by the EU in promoting itself by stealth as admitted by Juncker himself:
“We decide on something, leave it lying around, and wait and see what happens. If no one kicks up a fuss, because most people don’t understand what has been decided, we continue step by step until there is no turning back.”
There is a lengthy document here which examines their strategy.
The behaviour of our politicians is already unacceptable but there is another likely consequence should Javid be promoted to PM. That is the boost that it will give to the Islamists in promoting their evil ways; it will instil in them the prospect of the UK becoming an Islamic state sooner rather than later. I’m sure that many already believe that it is inevitable being fuelled by differential birth rates, another real threat that our politicians refuse to acknowledge, but they should not be given an advantage.
What We Must Do
We would do well to remember the statement by Edmund Burke
“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”
Collectively we have been doing nothing for far too long and it has now become dangerous to speak out without attracting the attention of the police or being bombarded with criticism by the loony left.
Nevertheless we cannot afford to be cowed by such people; perhaps we need to take note of the words of Churchill:
“I have, myself, full confidence that if all do their duty, if nothing is neglected, and if the best arrangements are made, as they are being made, we shall prove ourselves once again able to defend our Island home…..
We shall go on to the end, we shall fight in France,
we shall fight on the seas and oceans,
we shall fight with growing confidence and growing strength in the air, we shall defend our Island, whatever the cost may be,
we shall fight on the beaches,
we shall fight on the landing grounds,
we shall fight in the fields and in the streets,
we shall fight in the hills;
we shall never surrender….”
Of course the battlefields are not the same but we are effectively at war with an enemy which has many factions already established within our country.
We need to work together and cannot have any part of UKIP pursuing alternative agendas. Of course we need to have a coordinated set of policies, derived from our core values, to show that we are not just a one-trick-pony. That set of policies needs to be brief and to the point; the “nice-to-haves” must be eliminated. We also need to call out government for its evil deeds at every opportunity supported by the evidence that we see every day.
We probably have to re-invent UKIP to do that and must not shy away from necessary changes. To paraphrase Kitchener: “Our country needs us”.
Consider what legacy is being left for our descendants if we do not act!