Monday, 22 February 2010
Can Britain stand another decade of Labour/Tory Madness ?
Traditional British society is collapsing under the burden of the globalist multicultural experiment foisted upon us by decades of Tory and Labour party rule.
All across Britain, the number of police stations, traditional pubs, post offices, libraries, sports and social clubs have dropped dramatically in number, paralleling exactly the rise in Third World immigration.
A report by the Government’s own Valuation Office Agency, released as part of their latest revaluation of business rates, shows that the number of police stations has fallen by 160; the number of hospitals and clinics is down by 580, while the number of schools has dropped by 2380 — despite an increased population base.
The number of post office branches has fallen by 39 percent, from 19,000 in 1997 to 11,500 today.
Some 200 public libraries have been closed and the number of sports and social clubs has slumped by more than half, with 11,680 closing since 1997.
About 3460 traditional pubs have also closed over the last ten years.
According to the report, bookmakers, nightclubs and supermarket chains have increased to replace traditional High Street shops — a symptom of globalisation which is affecting all Western nations.
Traditional grocers and local shops have been hit by the rising number of large supermarkets, which have risen by 49 percent.
It is not only the physical destruction of the traditional way of life which has affected Britain.
Decades of reckless spending to finance all manner of daft projects not in the interests of the people of this country has seen the UK national debt reach £848.5 billion (or 59.9 percent of Gross Domestic Product as of 18 February, according to the Office for National Statistics.
The national debt is the total amount of money the British government owes to the private sector and other purchasers of UK gilts.
From figures published February 18th 2010, UK public sector net debt, excluding “financial sector intervention” (the bankster bailout) stood at £743 billion or 52.7 percent of the GDP.
The annual Government borrowing forecast for 2009/10 is for net borrowing of a further £178 billion or 12.6 percent of GDP — almost identical to that of Greece which has sparked off a major crisis on the financial markets.
Can Britain withstand another decade of this madness?
The answer is: unlikely.
Only a British National Party government would halt the reckless spending on immigration, illegal foreign wars, foreign aid, asylum and EU subsidies which together would come close to wiping out this national debt.
In addition, we should plan to regenerate the manufacturing industry in Britain.
This alone will recreate the employment and skills levels needed to rebuild Britain, which in turn will lead to the regeneration of viable community life — and the return to traditional British culture and heritage, all of which are being steadily rooted out after decades of Tory and Labour misrule.
Posted by Kevin Edwards at 17:22:00