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Submitted by Jim (China), Feb 13, 2006 at 11:32

I am an Englishman, i have lived in London most of my life, and i find this website very interesting. I am no racist, or indeed not a facist, but i can say it only makes sense to resist a people which are openly hostile to the indigenous population. Hostile may mean - rape, the sheer disrespect of the country they are in, or indeed spunging off the system.

I went to school with a mostly black and Pakistani population, i can honestly say that they are underneath resentful of Europeans and one day hope to take control, which would be a disaster. i am no uneducated fool, I have a masters in English Literature from London University and now am teaching in China for a prominent university, so any political correct lefters can not brand me as 'ignorant'. i have seen the fabric of British society eroded first hand, not only biologically, but also morally and in a mannerly sense.

On the other hand, the Jewish people and also the Chinese people have made no overt trouble for the countries they have lived in, actually, i tend to regard Jewish people as belonging to the country they are in anyway. It is unbelievable, in some places in London with a predominantly Muslim area, they are openly preaching racial hatred. And to be honest, the government does little about it. I have been unemployed before, even homeless, and i was told that priority is given to immigrants, or political refugees. Unbelievable. My great grandfather fought in the trenches for the so called 'Great Britain', and my grand uncle died in an aircraft in the battle of britain.

But no matter what happens in Britain, they have already taken their place, it is gone i am afraid. I just hope that Europe takes a stand.



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