Sunday, February 01, 2009

Workers Against Internationalism

Iceland is being induced to give up its freedom, with our taxes, but the Euro-zone is falling to pieces as countries like Ireland and Spain suffer as a result of not controlling their own Economic policy.The Fabian or progressive element is delighted to see Iceland`s scalp taken and enthusiasm for removing power from the masses must be seen as part of the long tradition of despising ordinary people . In 1930, a Fabian leader, Archibald Church, introduced a bill for eugenic sterilization in an extreme example but the sinister tone is ubiquitous in Fabian thought .
Consider this revealing statement from a prominent architect of British Socialism :
Bernard Shaw: “
Under Socialism, you would not be allowed to be poor. You would be forcibly fed, clothed, lodged, taught, and employed whether you liked it or not. If it were discovered that you had not the character and industry enough to be worth all this trouble, you might possibly be executed in a kindly manner; but whilst you were permitted to live, you would have to live well.”
For such a scheme it is obviously clear that removing any effective say of those to be force fed is an essential
Orwell in his socialist phase similarly views the loyalties of people as things to be used and treated with contempt for their own good . This was his vision of a Socialist utopia ( In the Lion and The Unicorn)
“It will shoot traitors, but it will give them a solemn trial beforehand and occasionally it will acquit them. It will crush any open revolt promptly and cruelly, but it will interfere very little with the spoken and written word. Political parties with different names will still exist, revolutionary sects will still be publishing their newspapers and making as little impression as ever. It will disestablish the Church, but will not persecute religion. It will retain a vague reverence for the Christian moral code, and from time to time will refer to England as ‘a Christian Country
The coincidence of 19th century elitism with that of the 20th century is a poisonous cocktail . For the sake of their self aggrandisement they have sold out British workers by exporting their jobs. With strikes in effect against free immigration breaking out all over the country I wonder are we about to see the working-class cutting its ties with them for good. I live in hope

5 comments:

BNP Warrior said...

This is a working-class reaction against the excesses of neoliberalism and Thatcherism as represented by Lib/Lab/Con. Your lot won't benefit. You won't be gloating when you see what the outcome of this really is.

Newmania said...

Are you saying BNP warrior that the BNP is a socialist organisation?

BNP Warrior said...

Yes, I am. I voted for the Labour party when there was one.

John M Ward said...

You live in hope? I thought you lived in Lewes, whose own "currency" (the Lewes Pound) was featured on the Politics Show today (South-East part).

Oh, and yes: the BNP is left-of-centre and authoritarian: see the political compass which gives a two-dimensional representation of British national political parties.

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Newmania said...

I live in hope and Lewes , and yes the Lewes pound was a good idea to prop up local business. They need help .

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