Sunday, 17 March 2013

The unreasoning hatred comes almost entirely from the liberal Left

On 31 March 2013, Peter Hitchens said this in The Mail on Sunday:
"Every group of people I passed was speaking Russian. The shops were full of black bread, pickled cucumbers and vodka, the faces were Slavic. The advertisements in the windows were in the Cyrillic script I had come to know so well when I lived, many years before, in Moscow.

Yet here I was in the shadow of a lovely English Gothic church tower, half-way to dear old Skegness, surrounded by fields of English turnips, leeks and sugar beet, under an English heaven. This was Boston, Lincolnshire… They were talking Portuguese in the pubs, Polish in the cafes, Latvian and Estonian on the buses…

Somehow this transformation was more of a shock, more disturbing and perplexing, than any of the other migration-driven changes I had seen. And that tended to be the attitude of the older residents… bafflement that such a huge thing could have erupted into their peaceful lives, without anyone warning or asking them…

When I was a Revolutionary Marxist, we were all in favour of as much immigration as possible. It wasn’t because we liked immigrants, but because we didn’t like Britain. We saw immigrants, from anywhere, as allies against the staid, settled, conservative society that our country still was at the end of the Sixties. Also, we liked to feel oh, so superior to the bewildered people, usually in the poorest parts of Britain, who found their neighbourhoods suddenly transformed into supposedly ‘vibrant communities’. If they dared to express the mildest objections, we called them bigots.

Revolutionary students didn’t come from such ‘vibrant’ areas (we came, as far as I could tell, mostly from Surrey and the nicer parts of London). We might live in ‘vibrant’ places for a few (usually squalid) years, amid unmown lawns and overflowing dustbins. But we did so as irresponsible, childless transients, not as homeowners, or as parents of school-age children, or as old people hoping for a bit of serenity at the ends of their lives.

When we graduated and began to earn serious money, we generally headed for expensive London enclaves and became extremely choosy about where our children went to school, a choice we happily denied the urban poor, the ones we sneered at as ‘racists’.

What did we know, or care, of the great silent revolution which even then was beginning to transform the lives of the British poor? To us, it meant patriotism and tradition could always be derided as ‘racist’. And it also meant cheap servants for the rich new middle-class, for the first time since 1939, as well as cheap restaurants and, later on, cheap builders and plumbers working off the books.

It wasn’t our wages that were depressed, or our work that was priced out of the market. Immigrants didn’t do the sort of jobs we did. They were no threat to us. The only threat might have come from the aggrieved British people, but we could always stifle their protests by suggesting that they were modern-day fascists.

I have learned since what a spiteful, self-righteous, snobbish and arrogant person I was (and most of my revolutionary comrades were, too). I have seen places that I knew and felt at home in, changed completely in a few short years. I have imagined what it might be like to have grown old while stranded in shabby, narrow streets where my neighbours spoke a different language and I gradually found myself becoming a lonely, shaky-voiced stranger in a world I once knew, but which no longer knew me.

I have felt deeply, hopelessly sorry that I did and said nothing in defence of those whose lives were turned upside down, without their ever being asked, and who were warned very clearly that, if they complained, they would be despised outcasts. And I have spent a great deal of time in the parts of Britain where the revolutionary unintelligentsia don’t go. Such people seldom, if ever, visit their own country. Their orbits are in fashionable London zones, and holiday destinations. They are better acquainted with the Apennines of Italy than with the Pennines of their own country…

The worst part of this is the deep, deep hypocrisy of it. Even back in my Trotskyist days I had begun to notice that many of the migrants from Asia were in fact not our allies. They were deeply, unshakably religious. They were socially conservative. Their attitudes towards girls and women were, in many cases, close to medieval…

Many of these new arrivals, though we revolutionaries welcomed them, knew and cared nothing of the great liberal causes we all supported. Or they were hostile to them…

Immigrants have been used by those who wanted to transform the country…

The so-called ‘Brixton Riots’ of April 1981 were used as a lever to weaken the police and undermine the drug laws, rather than as a reason to restore proper law and peace to that part of London. Something very similar happened with the Macpherson Report into the murder of Stephen Lawrence. Few noticed that the report openly urged that people from different ethnic groups should be policed in different ways – and actually condemned ‘colour-blind’ policing...

Wasn’t this attitude, that different types of behaviour could be expected from different ethnic groups, racially prejudiced? But what did that matter, if it suited the revolutionary liberal agenda of purging the police of old-fashioned conservative types?

The same forces destroyed Ray Honeyford, a Bradford headmaster who, long before it was fashionable, tried to stand up against political correctness in schools. He was driven from his job and of course condemned as a ‘racist’…

Absurdly, even when Britain’s frontiers were demolished by the Blair Government and hundreds of thousands of white-skinned Europeans came here to work, it was still possible to smear any doubters as ‘racists’. It couldn’t have been more obvious that ‘race’ wasn’t the problem. The thing that made these new residents different was culture – language, customs, attitudes, sense of humour.

Rather than them adapting to our way of life, we were adapting to theirs. This wasn’t integration. It was a revolution. Yet nobody – especially their elected representatives, would listen to them…

I now believe that the unreasoning hatred comes almost entirely from the liberal Left… The screaming, spitting intolerance comes from a pampered elite who are ashamed of their own country, despise patriotism in others and feel none themselves. They long for a horrible borderless Utopia in which love of country has vanished, nannies are cheap and other people’s wages are low."
That's who's been in charge for more than half a century now, folks. The irresponsible, childless transients of the 'liberal Left.' A 'spiteful, self-righteous, snobbish... arrogant' and 'pampered elite' who decry as 'modern-day fascists' anyone who dares to oppose their 'revolutionary Marxist' schemes.

Time and time again the Nationalist tried to warn you what these degenerates were really up to and time and time again, you took not a blind bit of notice. So here we are, a despised and ineffectual sub-group lost inside Hitchens' 'horrible, borderless Utopia.'

Sometimes I'm asked why I continue to fight for the Britain I knew when the British will not fight for themselves? Truth is, I do not fight for them. I fight for their children and grandchildren when they will not.


  1. So Mikey gives us the lowdown on immigration via the anti-white civic nationalist rhetoric of a Daily Mail Jew, the same man who not long ago on BBC Question Time derided the very notion of 'white British'. As far as I'm concerned, those white European migrants have a sight more right to be in this country than Hitchen's Jewish wife. He can piss off to Israel for me.

  2. I truly believe there will come a day of reckoning. Globalism - the force that has made this vandalism possible - is bound to fail and when it does, the "blowback" will be irresistible.

  3. What a load of bullshit!!

    1. Without doubt your reply was.

  4. Payback time is coming. The architects of multiculture will suffer miserably. The tide is turning.

  5. Oh yes, it's turning all right.

    And the Satanic few are getting worried.

    Interesting times.