Saturday, 28 July 2012

The Difference between the United Kingdom, Great Britain and England

I enjoyed this short film and thought it worth sharing!

Friday, 27 July 2012

Stop female circumcision!

FGM = Female Genital Mutilation. See for more info.

Here is my latest article from the English Democrats website...

Our Chairman Robin Tilbrook has used the publication of an article by Nick Cohen on the Spectator blog to draw attention to the brutal practice of female circumcision - more accurately described as female genital mutilation. This article does not make easy reading, but this is an issue about which we should all inform ourselves, however awful the subject matter might be.

The suffering of the young girls who are subjected to this practice is almost impossible to imagine, but what makes this so much worse is the fact that it is tolerated by the UK authorities in the name of political correctness.

The PC chattering classes who always seek to denigrate nationalists as being uncaring towards other nations and peoples do not hesitate to use every last stereotype and smear in their arsenal to try and discredit and dehumanise those who do not share their worldview.

These arrogant bigots seek to claim a monopoly on moral behaviour. They equate their political correctness, usually under some pseudonym or other, with benevolence and love. Those who oppose their ideology are deemed a force for evil in this world.

Yet the tolerance of female genital mutilation inflicted upon powerless African children gives a graphic example of the way in which there is nothing benevolent and good about political correctness. It is an evil creed which stands idly by as children are mutilated. It cares more for the human rights of the perpetrators of this act than for those of the victims.

The espousal of cultural relativism might seem all well and good on university campuses and in the newspaper articles of sneering leftist journalists. When it filters through to government policy, however, the human cost of such self-hate and irrationality manifests itself in various tragic ways, from the reintroduction of witchcraft-based murder to England (as I discussed here) through to the torture of children discussed above.

That the victims of both these types of violence are predominantly (usually young) Africans is a tragic irony, given the compassion feigned by the left for assorted African causes when it suits them.

You can read Robin's article here.

You can read the Spectator Article here.

See also