International cooperation

One thing the left is having a huge issue coming to terms with is how we supposed Little Englanders can actually be cooperating with, communicating with and becoming friends with other nations.

After all, being “Far Right”, surely we hate other countries, resent their nationalism, think ours is best, surely we’re violent – right is violent, innit, left is peace and love and all groovy things?

[Photo courtesy Westmonster]

Well [cough], not a bit of it – we’re delighted for Five Star and Lega, also for Geert, Martin, Hungary, Poland and of course – the Donald and that army of proud Americans.  We actually gain inspiration from all that, we get along famously.

And we’re no purveyors of racial differences, and even class differences are hugely reduced these days as the centre-right, which we basically are with a bit of liberty thrown in, is the same in all lands, from Canada to Australia to Iran itself.

The net has been wonderful this way – Twitter especially so – and we are all learning about each other and supporting each other’s causes – I love it.  Should something happen in Holland or France, I’d be straight onto it, promoting it.

And the left, whose idea of international cooperation is “we’re all the same muddy soup, we all must do the same thing, we all must have the same world culture”, directed from above – they simply cannot understand how all these unherdable “far right” cats can be cooperating and combining – look at the Tommy thing.

The answer is very simple – we’re actually grown-up, unlike Antifa, we actually want peaceful, stable lands, small businesses, jobs, low taxes … and so on.  Yeah, real terrorists, aren’t we?  The only terrorists come from the left, the Muslims, plus their establishment.

You see, left, we are not the clones you want people to be, we’re our own people and we’re allies with those guys over there in the next country.  Far from it creating war, it is creating the opposite.

16 comments for “International cooperation

  1. john in cheshire
    May 29, 2018 at 7:02 pm

    I’m not a protest marcher; it’s just something I’ve never felt the need to do. But with the reprehensible decision by a public servant; a judge; to go against the sentiments of the national herd and send Tommy Robinson to prison on contrived or perhaps trumped up charges, I was so incensed and still am over how easily and shamelessly our police and courts willingly cooperated in this awful act.

    So, what about protests? Well, this, the state’s most recent persecution of Tommy Robinson has given me a justification for mass protest; not only does it show the persecutors there are people who oppose what they are doing, more importantly it shows people like me that we are not alone. That feeling of power in numbers can not be experienced while sitting alone, at home in front of a computer screen.

    Marches and protests might not have an immediate and visible effect on the behaviour of those in power who are conspiring to do us harm but I’m suggesting that every individual who attends a protest leaves it in the knowledge that hundreds and probably thousands are in concert with them. That knowledge gives people courage and that is where real power lies because it leaves with the marchers to be spread far and wide.

    • May 29, 2018 at 7:18 pm

      That Whitehall protest did have a point to it – there has to be something at least and then there has to be international pick-up on it.

      • john in cheshire
        May 29, 2018 at 7:41 pm

        James, I have one niggling doubt/fear and that is they are knowingly and deliberately using Tommy Robinson to distract us from their betrayal of us to the EU.
        While we’re rightly focusing our attention on how things develop with him, are Mrs May and her gang quietly agreeing to yet more concessions to EU demands; has this been another ‘ good day to bury bad news’?

        • May 29, 2018 at 7:49 pm

          Seems certain to me, that. Bill has things on that, perhaps that was over at my place. It’s certainly theatre but for what? Someone was saying that they’re not arf as clever as they think they are up above. That’s backed up by mine host over there who knows these people.

  2. Bill
    May 29, 2018 at 7:14 pm

    Marches and protests achieve sweet fanny adams. How many had a day in London to protest the Iraq folly for example, and did ‘the government’ take notice of ‘the 2 million people’?

    The simple but seemingly difficult to accept truth is if your name is on the electoral roll you consent to be governed by whatever form the government takes. Get off the electoral roll at the earliest opportunity by the really, really easy method of ignoring the electoral canvas.
    Why do you think the state asks for consent every year?

    • May 29, 2018 at 7:17 pm

      Yes Bill, you’ve said this a few times. Noted.

      • Bill
        May 29, 2018 at 7:19 pm

        And do you want me to not mention it again or is free speech selective after all?

        • May 29, 2018 at 7:32 pm

          Eh?

          • Bill
            May 29, 2018 at 7:39 pm

            Have I mentioned the ‘electoral roll’ too often for this place?

            • May 29, 2018 at 7:42 pm

              Don’t see why, unless you’re shy. 🙂

              • Bill
                May 29, 2018 at 7:45 pm

                Okey dokey. Will bang on.

  3. Pcar
    May 29, 2018 at 11:59 pm

    @john in cheshire, May 29, 2018 at 7:41 pm

    I have one niggling doubt/fear and that is they are knowingly and deliberately using Tommy Robinson to distract us from their betrayal of us to the EU.

    WTO GATT Article 24 explained by JRM

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u5DBSGw1IgE

    Now why do Gov’t not know this?

    https://altnewsmedia.net/opinion/stop-the-brexit-doom-gloom/
    https://www.wto.org/english/docs_e/legal_e/gatt47_02_e.htm#articleXXIV

  4. Pcar
    May 30, 2018 at 12:12 am

    Regarding the Westminster No 10 “Free Tommy” march/protest

    Most noticeable was Zero arrests, Women & BAMEs participating, Coburg (UKIP MEP) speech.

    Must have annoyed left who portray all non-left as evil, violent, white supremacist, misogynists.

    Compare with a left march/protest where shops/banks/restaurants vandalised, rivers of blood, police attacked… Corbyn’s “kinder, gentler politics”

    • Errol
      May 30, 2018 at 6:49 am

      It’s always notable that the BBC reports ‘the anti fascist group clashed with Far Right campaigners. There was a lot of property damage and many arrests were made.’

      The reality – ‘A group of people gather together to talk about democracy and freedom. Fascists turned up and attacked them. The police were involved and corralled the Right wingers while pushing against the bomb throwing fascist Left. Many shops were destroyed by frothing anti capitalist thugs and these hard Left youths out for a fight were arrested. Two peaceful democracy campaigners were treated for injuries caused by the bomb throwing, rock throwing Hard Left.’

      But the BBC isn’t interested in the truth, only presenting a narrative it agrees with.

  5. May 30, 2018 at 8:24 am

    Both – agreed.

    • Ted Treen
      May 30, 2018 at 12:53 pm

      I agree with both: our establishment has banned the law-abiding from holding firearms as an unarmed populace can be more easily controlled, and plod patrols social media ostensibly in search of people being nasty (or truthful) about islam. However, it also gives them a very early notification if anyone is organising anything remotely like Wat Tyler’s little shindig. Individuals can then be ‘dealt with’ with no overt suppression. Altogether a win for the PTB.

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