The most interesting thing about this very short
piece is the comments section.
Wednesday, 21st May 2008
Iíve just been filing in an application for credentials
to the Labour party conference and was gobsmacked to
find that you could not declare your nationality to
be British. Instead, you had to pick English, Northern
Irish, Scottish, Welsh or a foreign nationality.
Iím sure that this is just an oversight. But given
how much Gordon Brown talks
about Britishness and the giant Union flag backdrop
at the special Labour conference that elected him leader,
it is rather amusing. Iím now considering starting a
campaign: British passes for British hacks.
Here are some comments that show that Labour's policies
may well, all along, have been to fragment the UK into
constituent parts to encourage, not just political division
among us, but a great animosity as well.
A dis-united kingdom busy with internal conflict
is weakened for a complete sell-out by "British"
traitors to the impending EU superstate.
'John' says, "Most of my acquaintances regard
themselves as English rather than British, and feel
quite strongly about their Englishness (and many of
them resent the Scots, for obvious reasons)."
'Terry' writes, "As for Brown claiming to be British,
he's the one that's caused all this mess by pandering
to Scots. I used to be be British, but since NuLabour's
devolution, I'm definately English."
'Johnny' added, "I attended my local hospital
out patients the other day . The lady at reception carefully
apologised in advance and asked me my nationality "for
the form". I said English - 10 years ago it would have
been British - and she wrote it down without demurr."
Margaret Stoll concurred, "I completely agree
with Johnny. I have discovered in recent years (however
late it may be!) that I am an English nationalist. I
used to think I was British and I did not need any lessons
in 'Britishness' from the Prime Minister."
The plan is apparently very successful in turning
the British against each other.
I suppose the biggest clue that Gordon Brown hates
Britain was when he came out with all this 'Britishness'
We are so used to Government saying one thing and
intending the complete opposite.
'Nicholas' agrees with me, "If that happens [UK
is broken up] I fear the Union's separate nations will
be weaker under European rule and the strength of the
United Kingdom, already eroded by this government, will
be lost forever."
By George, I think he's got it!
Does anyone have further evidence that will enable
the REAL British people to give these traitors their