This isnt the Britain we fought for

#1
'This isn't the Britain we fought for,' say the 'unknown warriors' of WWII.

Many are bewildered and overwhelmed by a multicultural Britain that, they say bitterly, they were never consulted about nor feel comfortable with.

'Our country has been given away to foreigners while we, the generation who fought for freedom, are having to sell our homes for care and are being refused medical services because incomers come first.'

'They would wonder what happened to the Brave New World they fought so damned hard for.'


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...-say-unknown-warriors-WWII.html#ixzz0XVFhcBWI
Makes an interesting read, I think they have every right to be angry how the UK is now.
 
#3
Excellent article...and quite truthful. Whenever one returns to Britain from a prolonged visit abroad, one is shocked to see the changes, many not for the good.

Am I the only one that feels a certain unfamiliarity with certain parts of the nation? Recently, after arriving at Paddington Station, I felt as if I were in some foreign land.

What does out future hold for us?
 
#5
RedCoat2009 said:
Excellent article...and quite truthful. Whenever one returns to Britain from a prolonged visit abroad, one is shocked to see the changes, many not for the good.

Am I the only one that feels a certain unfamiliarity with certain parts of the nation? Recently, after arriving at Paddington Station, I felt as if I were in some foreign land.

What does out future hold for us?
I have been away from the UK for quite a number of years, and return about every second year. One time I returned I had to go via Paddington and was quite surprised to find I was one of two white people there, so I had a similar feeling I was in a foreign land.
 
#6
Cabana said:
RedCoat2009 said:
Excellent article...and quite truthful. Whenever one returns to Britain from a prolonged visit abroad, one is shocked to see the changes, many not for the good.

Am I the only one that feels a certain unfamiliarity with certain parts of the nation? Recently, after arriving at Paddington Station, I felt as if I were in some foreign land.

What does out future hold for us?
I have been away from the UK for quite a number of years, and return about every second year. One time I returned I had to go via Paddington and was quite surprised to find I was one of two white people there, so I had a similar feeling I was in a foreign land.
There are many places around the uk where you can get the same feeling. Bradford, Dewsbury, Birmingham, Leicester, etc...
 
#7
What riles me the most - When I go on holiday I feel ashamed at not making an attempt to speak in the host nation's language. However, after returning to UK I can walk a round a shopping centre/park/high street/whatever and barely hear a word of English all day, and all this from immigrants who actually fucking live here. Well done Labour, this is multiculturalism at its best.
 
#8
sandybag said:
Cabana said:
RedCoat2009 said:
Excellent article...and quite truthful. Whenever one returns to Britain from a prolonged visit abroad, one is shocked to see the changes, many not for the good.

Am I the only one that feels a certain unfamiliarity with certain parts of the nation? Recently, after arriving at Paddington Station, I felt as if I were in some foreign land.

What does out future hold for us?
I have been away from the UK for quite a number of years, and return about every second year. One time I returned I had to go via Paddington and was quite surprised to find I was one of two white people there, so I had a similar feeling I was in a foreign land.
There are many places around the uk where you can get the same feeling. Bradford, Dewsbury, Birmingham, Leicester, etc...
You can add Southall to that list.

Contrary to how I may come across, I don't actually care that Britain is heaving with immigrants. What I care about is that Britain is heaving with immigrants who don't want to integrate with the society which feeds, clothes, waters and educates them.
 
#9
Tosh.

Standard expected from the Daily Hate I suppose. What about the Czechs and the Poles who fought in the Battle of Britain? I suppose it would be better if they had been treated as second rate. I suppose it would be better if the Gurkhas' would be treated as second rate. I suppose it would be better if we banned all immigration, not that anyone (such as the doctors, nurses, electricians, etc) coming from another country has anything to contribute anyway, unlike our chav subclass who are the glory of Britain.

Britain had been a multicultural country long before either world war. Our language is a mix of various European languages, mostly French and German. The only true 'Britons' left are in Wales, the Scots come from Ireland and England is predominantly either Anglo-Saxon, Scandinavian (primarily Danish) or French. Our monarchy can hardly be described as British either having changed their name less than a century ago from Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (a British sounding name?) to Windsor. There is hardly anyone who could call themselves truly British.

However, immigration is wildly out of control, it is undeniable. Indeed we should only accept the brightest and best into Britain and at the same time make Britain British. A multiethnic and multicultural society is to our benefit, yet lessons can be learned from the Frogs on how to integrate immigrants. Additionally, as we will only be accepting the brightest and best in we should also be kicking the stupidest and worst out - seems only fair, starting with all murderers and other committors violent and anti-social crimes. Doesn't matter where they go, just kick them out. They're not worth it.
 
#10
I have felt exactly the same for quite a while.Its the main motivating factor in me working abroad whenever possible and actively looking into leaving the UK for good.

Been having a discussion about this a few weeks before that article came out on one of the motorcycle forums I belong to, seems to be a 50-50 split of people agreeing about the state of the UK with me.......and people saying we are whinging and be best if we all emmigrated if we dont like the new multi-cultural UK.
 
#11
I can understand what you're on about SBM, however, the " Immigrants " cant do any wrong in the Gobment's eyes, our way of life is fast disappearing, soon we will have no rights at all, we'll be in a minority.
 
#13
RangeStew said:
'This isn't the Britain we fought for,' say the 'unknown warriors' of WWII.

Many are bewildered and overwhelmed by a multicultural Britain that, they say bitterly, they were never consulted about nor feel comfortable with.

'Our country has been given away to foreigners while we, the generation who fought for freedom, are having to sell our homes for care and are being refused medical services because incomers come first.'

'They would wonder what happened to the Brave New World they fought so damned hard for.'


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...-say-unknown-warriors-WWII.html#ixzz0XVFhcBWI
Makes an interesting read, I think they have every right to be angry how the UK is now.
Oh dear:

'We are affronted by the appearance of Muslim and Sikh costumes on our streets.'
 
#14
skintboymike said:
What riles me the most - When I go on holiday I feel ashamed at not making an attempt to speak in the host nation's language. However, after returning to UK I can walk a round a shopping centre/park/high street/whatever and barely hear a word of English all day, and all this from immigrants who actually fucking live here. Well done Labour, this is multiculturalism at its best.
Surely people speaking their first language isn't a problem. I mean the Mail readers in Spain will no doubt speak English amongst themselves. But there is no doubt that a mistake was made in not ensuring easy access to English language classes. With hindsight that is where the resources should have gone, not in translation and interpretation services.
 
#15
And I certainly won't be encouraging anyone to go down the French route of "intégration" any time soon. Would you like broiled cars with your meal sir?
 
#16
Sorry but you don't always hear English being spoken by the Tom's in the Bastion Cookhouse, where do they fall into your Britain for the British.
 
#17
Good article but unfortunately the Government are'nt interested

'People come here, get everything they ask, for free, laughing at our expense,' was a typical observation.

Welcome to a unfit for purpose Liebour Government run UK, who are more interested in keeping our EU buddies happy & sweet than dealing with home problems first!

Will anything change? Fat chance!
 
#18
Generalissimo said:
A multiethnic and multicultural society is to our benefit, .
Say who? It's the sacred cow of the liberal left that we are 'enriched' by immigration, but it's very odd they've never asked the British public if they agree.

I wonder why.
 
#20
ashie said:
Surely people speaking their first language isn't a problem. I mean the Mail readers in Spain will no doubt speak English amongst themselves. But there is no doubt that a mistake was made in not ensuring easy access to English language classes. With hindsight that is where the resources should have gone, not in translation and interpretation services.
Their first language is English. The language of the country they are now residing in. End of.

If they wish to continue to speak there home countries tongue, or teach it to their children they can. They shouldn't expect any translations of our legal documents and application forms though. Nor will their kids be taught in it. Extra tuition for English and/or in lessons if they kids are falling behind is, of course, more than acceptable.

If they wish to not learn English and only speak their native language, well a little plane trip can sort their language barrier problems easily.
 

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