Saturday, 2 February 2013

England: The Great Scapegoat

Growing up in England, most children are brought up with the idea of Britishness, and, as I will continue to explain, an idea is all it is. I too used to be fiercely ‘British’, I would display the union flag at any opportunity, proclaiming my love for our countries heritage. Then, slowly, I came to the realisation that all was not well in ol’ Blighty. ‘British’ history has been deliberately mis-taught for generations for the sole purpose of keeping English identity to a minimum whilst promoting the Imperialistic non-entity known as Britain. As added insult, the English are also usually blamed for all the atrocities committed by the ‘British Empire’, including the Scottish who of course were the ones who forged the British Empire to begin with.

If you think I'm talking crap, let us take a (relatively) quick tour of the United Kingdom’s history:

The first lie comes from the idea of there ever being a race called ‘The Celts’. Indeed Celt seems in recent times to denote someone who resides in the UK or Ireland and is an indigenous person to these lands. Truth is, there was never a single cultural or racial group known simply as ‘the Celts’. There had been waves upon waves of small settler groups from the continent all throughout the neolithic period and bronze age – all of whom displaced the earlier group. That been said, it has been noted that during the Neolithic period, all Northern European cultures (Germanic and ‘Celtic’) were very similar which seems to suggest a common lineage. Essentially there is no difference between someone of whom is of Germanic origin, and someone who is of Celtic origin.

Why is this important? Well it is very important on account of the fact that in recent times they’ve used immigration to break social cohesion and national identity in the UK, and in England in particular. In many instances our race replacement programme is justified by the likes of the BBC etc because of the fact that ‘all English are foreign anyway.’ Well, no actually. Our people have always lived in Northern Europe.

Skipping the Roman conquest entirely, we then get onto the creation of England. After the fall of the Roman Empire the King of the Britons Vortigern, essentially paid protection money to the Anglo-Saxons to stop them marauding their coasts with the absence of Roman naval units - but eventually, after a few attempts to butter the Saxons up, they went on to take England by force from all the independent tribes. England then, is a completely separate nation from Wales (which ironically means Foreigners in Old English) and the Scots to the North.

For some time, England suffered with a terrible war of attrition with the Danes which effectively at one point left England with only the far South West, but was eventually able to regain control of the most of England. Of course, in 1066, the English suffered a great defeat, a defeat which has seen the English people enslaved ever since. Some may scoff at this notion, but here are the facts. With the Norman conquest came a genocide and a complete upheaval of a class system. Before the Norman conquest, England's societal system was mostly based on merit. It was quite possible to start life as a servant and become someone of influence and power later in life. With the Norman system came the consensus, harsh taxes and the super-elite. Whilst the serfs worked night and day to survive, the Norman nobility stuffed their faces. (In fact, the Normans never used plates, they ate their meat off of blocks of bread which was given as a meal to the servants afterwards.)

So why is this important?

Because it proves that no English nobility stood at all after 1066, and the class system in this country has always been horrific. Even today, class in Britain transcends profession and monetary accumulation. Someone can tell another person's ‘class’ merely by their accent. All political decisions for nearly a thousand years have been made by a super-class of usurper bastards.

Even after the Civil War which Oliver Cromwell the Parliamentarian won against the Royalists, we were still dicked because all the anti-Jewry laws which were repealed in order for us to take on a debt based ‘modern’ banking system.

Now onto the interesting part.

England is always seen as being the main nation behind the British Empire, but is this really true? After Queen Elizabeth I’s death, the crown passed to James I, her Nephew who was from the Scottish throne. Then since then, up until the arrival of the Saxe-Coburg and Gotha crew, all monarchs were either Scottish, or German.

So when did the United Kingdom become united? Well, despite the same throne been held in both the Scottish and English state for a long time before, the union never came about until 1707, but it was done to stop Scotland going bankrupt after they tried their own bit of territorial expansionism in Panama, and to stop them from ever becoming allies with the French again like they had so many times before (which was actually the main reason for the film Braveheart because Scotland kept aiding France.) No one was ever asked, and the only people who have ever done badly from the British state are the main contributors: the English. 
Of course the English civil war in (1642–1651) was fought against King Charles I, the main reason for that war was to prevent the monarch from uniting England and Scotland because the opponents were concerned that such a move would but English customs and traditions in danger. 

Ironically after a long and bloody civil war only fifty years later the Parliament had reinstated a monarch as a constitutional monarchy and signed an agreement which united Scotland and England. The true purpose of the Civil war must therefore be looked at in scrutiny and it is a well known fact that Cromwell's round-heads repealed the usury laws and allowed Jewish banks to start dominating England (and later on allowed the sell out of Scotland too.)

There remains facts however that some people who remain hateful of the English seem to ignore. Despite the pressure from various monarchs and the imposed imperialism over the years from foreign powers and banking interests, England still managed to contribute so much liberty to the world which remains as a beacon of hope and justice throughout the world. It is generally forgotten that Britain banned slavery around the same time the United States did. It is conveniently not mentioned that the English legal system was based on evidence, and presumption of innocence rather than the usual presumption of guilt like in other nations, it is conveniently not mentioned that the Magna Carta and the Bill of Rights is the corner stone of modern freedoms, both of which came from peaceful English reforms. 

Another thing which seems ironic is that a term used by liberals these days against English nationalists is ‘Little Englanders’. This term can correctly be tracked back to the days of the British Empire where the term ‘Little Englander’ was coined for English who disagreed with Britain's Imperialistic approach, and the creation of the British state. This would seem to imply that the 'nasty, filthy nationalists' are actually against the kind of international pillage that faux-liberalism seems to support.

Lastly, let us not forget from where most of the prominent secret societies now based in the states originated – Scotland, not England.

So why do I feel this article is important?

That is simple. I grow tired of hearing from groups whether they are African, American or Scottish about how bad we English are, when in actual fact, our history was not ours to control. We have been at the mercy of Norman and German hierarchs, Scottish bloodlines and foreign banks for a very long time. I'm not saying we are perfect, but I would just like to say that we deserve to exist as a nation and as a people. We do not deserve to be deliberately forced out of our homeland by migrants, nor do we deserve the sole blame for all of the atrocities played out by the British Empire.

Britain is a term meaning slavery. Slavery for all of us involved. I only hope that the Scottish vote for their independence in the next coming years as it will grant us a loop hole to take back control of our destiny also – from both the British state, and the EU (since we joined as the UK, not separate nation states.)

1 comment:

  1. An important exposé (excuse my French) of the 'British' issue. I particularly like the line: "Britain is a term meaning slavery. Slavery for all of us involved". Very, very true. Britain represents slavery, and not just of non-white nations but of America and the English. We suffer the forces of the British Empire from within whilst others suffer from without.