Thursday 16 November 2023


 This weekend we marked Armistice day, a day we British people of all faiths hold sacred. This year was different from previous years, I don't think I've ever known so much hatred to fill our streets. Boy Scouts, were told not to wear their uniforms, supporters of Hamas attacked poppy sellers. All across the British isles there were reports of people wearing poppy's or union jack badges  being attacked by left-wing/ pro-Hamas demonstrators. The police were very eager to attack any Englishmen who dared protest against the pro Palestine march's. Over 15,000 patriots gathered to protect the Cenotaph from an attack by the Hamas supporters and were attacked by the police displaying the different tiers of policing we now have in the UK. 

For me its no wonder that there is this level of hatred because, the leftists who run our education system constantly tell us history is of no value when history is taught it has an anti British Anti-Empire stance. Our children no longer know the reasons our ancestors died fighting for this country. Which I believe is being done to cut our ties to our ancestors.

A few years ago year The Assistant Chief Constable of British Transport Police by the name of O' Callaghan banned his officers from wearing poppy's in case it caused offence to other charity's. The poppy appeal is totally unlike any other charity, O' Callaghan clearly needs to spend some time understanding what those men went through for our nation, what tens of thousands died for. This was the same week Cambridge students union voted to remove all mention of British war veteran's and poppies from any planned memorial. These students have no knowledge of history, no respect for the men who fought for their freedom.

 An  Astronaut from U.S.A. Scott Kelly was forced to apologise for quoting Winston Churchill a man regarded as the greatest Britain ever. A vile mob of trolls on social media attacked Kelly and Churchill and forced Kelly to tweet he was sorry that he had caused offence and that he would educate himself on Churchill atrocities and racist views. 


The following day a student union president Emily Davies an American from the State of Virginia sparked real anger and a back lash from the people of Britain after she vowed to paint over or remove a 102 year old painting at the university of Southampton. the mural  by Sir William Rothstein stands at 10ft by 4ft wide was donated to the university in 1959, it honoured the students who were killed in the Great War, so were unable to collect their degrees. It depicted an Academic Professor and the conferring of a degree on an unknown solider. Davies comments provoked a on line backlash, Ms Davies who initially defended her views saying it should be covered up because all the figures depicted were white. she then backed down apologised and resigned after 20,000 people signed a petition against her.

The British Army has always been fighting since 1890 the British army has more or less continuous action, during this period we have lost a few battles but never a war. While Ms Davies vile comments were made ahead of a campus debate on `all things black'  part of a series of events to celebrate Black History Month. As an American unaware of the history of our islands and the involvement of Black and Asian soldiers who fought for king and Empire against tyranny. Ms Davies vile statement and views are just another example of growing pressure on university's to decolonise their curriculum. this is a campaign being waged by non British students with Marxist sympathy's who disrespected our war dead their relatives.

As heathens we believe our minds and souls are linked to our ancestors, therefore we should respect all those who died fighting for this country. Our grandfathers can't defend themselves so it is up to us, to step forward and defend their actions and honour. We must demand our politicians take steps to protect their legacy. 

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