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Weak Brits, Tough French

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Submitted by Mark (United Kingdom), Aug 31, 2006 at 08:26

The Brits (public) are still anaesthetised after being sedated for the past ten years, they have been hit with a quadruple whammy of Post Modern Cultural Marxism, (New Labour) political correctness, Multiculturalism and anti white legislation, it has all been too much for them.

It is ironic, that the bubble of political correctness has been burst, not by Islam but (imo) the sudden massive influx of EU migration (nearly a million-who knows?) Great Britain has been overwhelmed and the people have suddenly been invited by a badly shaken government, to join the previously taboo debate. In other words, the people are waking up.

The people still have no idea as to the plight the're in, they instinctively suspect that something is seriously amiss, they ask themselves, what is this mass immigration all about? they have simply no idea.

The preparation by the elites has left nothing to chance, government, media, political correctness, multiculturalism and ant i white legislation have ensured the immigration debate was always in the iron grip of the elites, it was no contest, the people never stood a chance.

But all of a sudden, the government is imploding, Blair is on his way out and the people are becoming restless.

The $64000 question from now on, is, will they come out fighting or just roll over?

We live in most interesting times.


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