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High life

High life: Enoch Powell was a prophet

1 June 2013

9:00 AM

1 June 2013

9:00 AM

Do any of you still like the dread word diversity, one that’s proudly flung around by those who squirm when the name of the great Enoch Powell comes up? If anything, Powell was a prophet, and after the latest London outrage, his so-called Rivers of Blood speech sure comes to mind. He got it right while midgets such as Heath and Howe sold and keep on selling the country out to diversity. Can any of you imagine a time when a British soldier was unsafe wearing a military uniform in his own country? Well, yes, when the IRA was blowing up horses and soldiers near the Hyde Park barracks, but Tony Blair made nice with them and those same nice guys collect English pounds and don’t even bother to attend Parliament.

This same war criminal Blair, who lied and got Britain into two unnecessary wars in order to play big international statesman along with the idiotic George W., is out collecting millions, none of which, of course, will go towards Drummer Lee Rigby’s two-year-old son, nor the rest of his family. There is something very, very wrong here. Blair lies and plots and ends up getting thousands killed and crippled, and makes millions out of it. Rigby follows orders, does his duty and gets hacked to death by the kind of men Blair played and continues to play up to in order to cover all the bases.

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And another thing while the iron’s hot. The scumbag Choudary, a self-proclaimed imam, was invited by Channel 4 news to speak his mind, and he sure did. Not a word about the victim and the cowardly crime of hacking a defenceless man to death with knives and meat cleavers; just what victims he and his fellow Muslims are. The idiotic woman interviewing him should have jammed the microphone in his ugly bearded face, gouging his eye out; instead she politely let him get on with it. Yet, as a fellow panellist pointed out, the scumbag Choudary makes more than £25,000 a year on benefits alone, far more than Drummer Rigby ever made while risking his life for his country. But I have yet to hear one of those pompous asses in Parliament stand up and ensure hate-mongers like Choudary have their benefits rescinded. Britain is paying more to those who preach hate and encourage scum like the two suspects to go out and kill in cold blood than their victims do working and making an honest living. This is such an outrage, I’m happy not to be in London as I write this. Especially not in the vicinity of those pompous types who sprinted toward the microphones to tell us that this murder most foul will make our community stronger. Like hell it will. Not as long as filth like Choudary is allowed to live among us.

I write this just after seeing the news of this murder most foul in the airport in Nice. Socrates was the greatest of philosophers because he was the first to recognise and teach that virtue is knowledge, and that we cannot be good until we know what is good. Enoch Powell knew full well what England was getting into by opening her borders to Muslims and Afro-Caribbean races. He also knew that the welfare state encourages indolence, lack of initiative and the exploitation of the public purse. It also discourages an independent mind. The two subhumans who hacked an innocent young man to death are first and foremost ignoramuses. They believe the rubbish hate-preachers instil in their mini minds, hate-preachers that our élite have tolerated all these years out of fear of being called racists. The media is in cahoots with the PC scum, which silences those who don’t think alike and uses the very same media to do its dirty work. (While a white soldier is being hacked to death in London, a top golfer, Sergio Garcia, loses his sponsors because he makes a joke about fried chicken and Tiger Woods.)

Racism is a slogan designed to suppress constructive thought. Racism is the key word for those committed to the confidence trick that is race. Suppressing free thought has always been around. In the Middle Ages it was the H-word, as in heretic; now it’s the R-word for racist. That’s how they got Enoch and that’s how they’ve managed to bring Europe to the state it is in today. As I write, there are riots in Sweden, race riots, but the media are not reporting the facts: which are African and Muslim crowds, to a man in Sweden in order to collect generous benefits, are attacking the police after a criminal was shot. In America, as over here, the newspapers and television do not report a person’s colour after a crime has been committed, only what kind of baseball cap he was wearing. See what I mean by suppressing free speech.

And one more depressing thought while I’m at it. Nothing will come from the horror in Woolwich. Pompous politicians will give pompous speeches in order to appear on television. No real measures — such as immediate deportation for anyone carrying a sign that incites violence — will be taken. All hate speech in mosques monitored and the hate-preacher arrested. And deported. None of this will happen because the lefties at the Guardian might object. And did any of you notice that our élite were as anxious to denounce the EDL as they were the bloody horror perpetrated by those two black hoodlums in the name of Islam. A lot of people ask me why I don’t live in London any more. Now you know. PC drove me out five years ago.

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