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Britain really is a very racist country

Not a sarcastic headline. I’m for real. Britain has become a racist country. And it’s toxic. I’m talking about the socially accepted, even mandatory, racism against Anglo-Saxons.

There is, of course, a more general racism against whites these days. But drill down a bit and you find that mostly consists of racism against Anglo-Saxons. Normans and Celts, not so much. The Normans are generally in the ruling class, and the Celts are mostly sympathetic to the ideas of the ruling class, so the animus against them, while still there, isn’t so great. But plain-speaking, no-bullshit Anglo-Saxons, driving white vans and plastering their houses with England flags instead of University degrees, are a threat to the ruling class, and as a result they’re being demonised, while other groups (Muslims, Gypsies) are becoming protected races.

Make no mistake: the establishment wants the Anglo-Saxons gone, replaced with a a state-approved multi-cultural people who will do what they’re told, including going to University to study Sociology, and who will always vote the right way.

(The sad thing is that it’s the Anglo-Saxons themselves who gave the new establishment so much power, by constantly voting Labour for economic reasons, without understanding what those people they were voting for really believed. Bit like the Jews constantly voting for people who think bloodthirsty Jews control the world.)

It is, of course, ironic, that one of the means by which the racists carry out their racist persecution is the accusation that Anglo-Saxons are themselves racist. But this isn’t that surprising when you consider Drummond’s Law, which is that leftists are always themselves doing what they’re accusing the right of doing. Generally, whenever the left says the right is guilty of doing X, then, whether or not the right is doing X, you can be sure that X is what the left is doing.

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2 thoughts on “Britain really is a very racist country

  1. I’ve always thought that the only way to improve US-Mexico relations long-term was to stabilize Mexico so that it can officially join the 1st World. A major obstacle is the fact that Mexican political and economic dissidents can flee to the US, thereby preserving the status quo.

    Is something similar happening with the UK? Does the relative ease that Brits have emigrating to Europe or North America result in the lunatic bloc having just enough power to run it into the ground unopposed? As I understand it Brexit was only possible with the support of the lower economic orders. But those same orders seem to support socialism wholeheartedly, so they are probably not the ones to lead the UK back to the light. I’ve been meaning to poke a Brit about this.

  2. >Does the relative ease that Brits have emigrating to Europe or North America result in the lunatic bloc having just enough power to run it into the ground unopposed?

    It doesn’t help — Australia and New Zealand are also popular destinations — but I wouldn’t say it’s a primary or major cause.

    >But those same orders seem to support socialism wholeheartedly

    It’s mixed. Some support it wholeheartedly, some are lukewarm, some — esp. the ones who have worked hard and have done reasonably well for themselves — are dead against socialism.

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