Thursday, July 07, 2005
The G8 summit is symbolic of the Globalisation which drives our leaders to attempt to create one standardised liberal and consumerist world, a world in which Islam has no obvious place, and in which Christianity too is becoming a thing of the past. It is patently obvious that the modern liberal Western materialist vision of Blair, and the mass media, is diametrically opposed to that of Islam, militant or otherwise, as much as it is opposed to our own patriotic vision.
And yet, to their shame, the government and the political class of Europe will not understand this. We have millions of potential enemies in our midst; we don't truly know who is on our side and who wishes to destroy us. And still more arrive in Britain (particularly London) every year. Are they coming in order to flee tyranny or to impose it upon us? We cannot know for certain. Those who propose a clampdown on immigration from Islamic nations are called "racist" or "Islamaphobes", some (like the BNP leader Nick Griffin) are arrested in an attempt by our "liberal" establishment to neuter the opposition. Others, like former TV Host Robert Kilroy-Silk are sacked from their jobs, in an attempt to scare others who wish to tell the truth. As a result we have our own peculiar form of liberal tyranny; soon to be institutionalised still further by the introduction of ID cards.
People will reflect upon this attack, especially in other parts of the country, where they know few muslims personally, and deliver a protest vote. There is a by-election in Dagenham where the BNP heartland lies, and Robert Kilroy-Silk's Veritas is also standing a candidate at the Cheadle parliamentary by-election. There is now ample opportunity for him to wag the accusing finger at our establishment, now that he has been proved right and we've had our "7/7" just like the Americans had their "9/11".
We in the Populist Party will be watching events carefully, and noting the public mood in the wake of this terrible butchery. We wish to pay our respects to those killed or injured by the terrorists, to their friends and families who are suffering on this day. It is a time for the British people to reflect, and after that reflection has passed to take the appropriate action to ensure that the root political causes of such events are tackled by those with the ideological resolve to act for Britain's true interests, through democratic means at all future elections....
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Tuesday, May 24, 2005
a) Broadly sceptical about American aims/opposed to Americanisation
b) For protectionism and against mass importation of 3rd world goods and labour/globalisation.
c) Opposed to the rampant free market
d) Opposed to deregulation if it is seen to be against the job security of the ordinary working man.
The main reason why Euro-Realism, and even its pale imitation Euro-Scepticism, is opposed by so many ordinary people is that it is seen to be linked with Thatcherism and market economics. Millions of people, both in Britain and Europe, have been persuaded that the EU is a defence against the global market place and economic liberalism. They support the "fortress Europe" against the "Anglo-Saxon model" economy, which they fear will cost them their jobs and social provision. What use is increased efficiency if it throws you on the dole? Most working people want a job for life, they want security above all else. Surely the job of the government is to look after its people, the electorate, not the needs of a few international financiers and heads of multinationals??