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Monday, 7 September 2020

For English Independence!



For English Independence


Recently I was invited onto Hearts of Oak for a videoed debate on the pros and cons of English Independence.   

You can watch the debate here >>>

Here is some of what I could have said.

English or British?

In a sense the question of which Nation we should belong to is not a purely rational one - on either side of the divide.

It’s emotional.

It’s who do we think we are?

It’s home is where the heart is.

Personally I am proud to be English.  I am proud of England.

England means something to me, but Britain and the United Kingdom don’t and I am not alone.

2011 Census 60.4% English only (including London!)

In England most people with a history in England feel English.

British is what people who are not English say that they are.

People who feel strongly patriotic or nationalist, like those who voted for Brexit, care about their country.

This is why 56% of Brexit voters in a recent opinion poll support English Independence.

English Independence would also get us out of the EU and all treaties entered into by the British State so there is a potential to reshape our politics if we dissolved the UK.

Then there are the grievances against the way that the UK is run.  The British Political Establishment are increasingly politically correct - partly as a strategy to do down the English.  They welcome mass immigration. They are all Internationalist and Globalist Liberals. 

They are progressively destroying our country.  They want to break England up with bogus “Regions”. They want to build all over it!

The British Establishment have destroyed all our old English regiments in the army.  They have configured our “Defence” forces for foreign interventions and not for defending our country.  We have got two vastly expensive aircraft carriers which were built on Clyde-side both over budget and to a poor standard, and all defence shipbuilding has been stripped out of England to help subsidise Scotland in order to help buy Scottish votes for the Union.  British politicians say that we need the Union to “Punch above our weight on the world stage”.

Which brings me onto the Barnett Formula.  2009 - £49billion.  £32billion for Scotland.

It is the English that pay for the Barnett Formula. 

Last year:  Northern Ireland spent the most per head at £11,590 followed by:-

·       Scotland at £11,247
·       Wales at £10,656
·       England at £9,296

It is also the English assets that the British State has been busy asset stripping, selling off freeholds for hospitals and mental health facilities and our historic court buildings. 

The British run MoD has sold off so many of our bases that they now cannot bring our tank regiments back from Germany as there is no- where left to house them!

Our systems are already quite separate.  Just look at the differences of emphasis in the way in which the British Government has dealt with its control over English Health Policy in comparison with that of the Scottish Government (and Welsh and Northern Irish).  This is just a reflection of the way that the British Establishment manage the NHS against the interests of the English, leading to us being the only UK Nation that has to pay for prescription charges.  All the others have their prescription charges paid for – by us!

It is no exaggeration to say that England is the last British Colony!  This has to end.   

Let us demand Home Rule for England.   

We want our country back!   

The time is right for English Independence!

Wednesday, 5 August 2020

MP says that the "vast majority" of people breaking lockdown rules are from the “Immigrant and Asian population”.


 

A Conservative MP told LBC that the "vast majority" of people breaking lockdown rules are from the “immigrant and Asian population”.


The Government's announced a ban on different households meeting indoors in parts of northern England - in response to a spike in coronavirus cases. They won't be allowed to mix in each other's homes or gardens, or in places like pubs and restaurants.

The restrictions affect more than 4 million people across Greater Manchester and parts of east Lancashire and West Yorkshire. This follows the restrictions that are already in place in Leicester.

Craig Whittaker is MP for the Calder Valley, one of the areas that has been affected. He told Ian Payne that it is Muslim and BAME communities who have not been obeying lockdown rules.

He said: "What I have seen in my constituency is that there are sections of the community that are not taking the pandemic seriously."

Ian clarified that he was talking about the Muslim community and Mr Whittaker responded: "Of course.

"If you look at the areas where we've seen rises and cases, the vast majority - but not by any stretch of the imagination all areas - it is the BAME communities that are not taking this seriously enough.

"I've been challenging our local leaders for three weeks, asking what we are doing to target these areas to let people know that this is a very serious problem. Until people take it seriously, we're not going to get rid of this pandemic.

"We have areas of high multiple occupancy - when you have multiple families living in one household. It doesn't specifically have to be in the Asian community, but that is the largest proportion.

"Look at the areas. You've got Bradford, Calderdale, Kirklees. Bradford and Kirklees have two of the largest populations in West Yorkshire."

Again Ian clarified that he was referring to the immigrant population and the MP said: "Immigrant and Asian population."

Here is a full transcript of the interview between Ian Payne of LBC & Craig Whittaker, Conservative MP for Calder Valley on 31st July 2020:-

CW – We are told about households mixing whether that is indoors, in any settings and I can say in Calder Valley they are doing that incredibly well and taking huge amounts of caution, but sadly we have got other areas where they are just not taking the Pandemic seriously.

IP – Can I ask, and this is quite a brutal question, but I will ask it anyway, is this something to do with EID and the Muslim community? 

CW – Well it is nothing to do with EID so far as I am concerned, but what I have seen in my constituency that we have areas of our community and sections of our community that are just not taking the pandemic seriously.

IP – It is a Muslim community.

CW – Of course and if you look at the areas where we have seen rises in cases, the vast majority, not by any stretch the most imagination all areas, but it is the only community who are not taking this seriously enough.

IP – Blimey – you could come in for a lot of criticism with this.  Are you ready for it?

CW – Yeah. Absolutely but you know I have been challenging our local leaders now for two weeks at least, in fact three weeks, asking what are we doing to target these areas to let people know that this is still a very serious problem and until people take it seriously then we are not going to get rid of this pandemic. 

IP – So what we are talking about here is a specific part of the community who tends to meet in what, each other’s houses in large numbers? 

CW – Well yeah, it is not just the Asian community of course in our areas but its

IP – Sounds like it

CW – Well we also have areas of high multiple occupancy that are in the same boat, but the majority

IP – What do you mean by that?  High occupancy.  What do you mean?

CW – Well where you have multiple families within one household and that doesn’t specifically have to be the Asian community, but that is the largest proportion.  I mean you look at all the areas.  You’ve got Bradford, Calderdale, Kirklees and we have Bradford and Kirklees who have two of the largest populations in West Yorkshire.

IP – Right so we are talking about immigrant communities are we?

CW – We are.

IP – Yeah okay.

CW – Well immigrant and Asian population.


Here is a link to the original>>>