10 coaches full of "anti-fascist" protestors converging on Oxford! Is it all quite necessary? Do the UAF really think the British people are going to turn into genocidal maniacs the moment Irving or Griffin finish speaking?
Am I naive and too trusting in believing that they will not?
All these references to Hitler bemuse me. Hitler, may I remind you, was elected under a democracy. Shall we suppress democracy too? If I remember aright, Hitler came into power after the middle classes were ruined during the hyperinflation during the term of a weak and effete Weimar Republic. Basically, they wanted a scapegoat - a concept as old as the, er, Old Testament - and Hitler gave them one.
Why not enquire into the causes of uncontrolled immigration and why both the Labour and Conservative Party wish to suppress intelligent and honest debate over this?
Being over-run by foreigners is not just a peculiarly British phenomenon, if you look at the US and the rest of the EU. People have been complaining about foreigners ever since people had legs to move around with. Neither are foreigners necessarily people of a different hue - merely people from somewhere else who are now with you whom you may wish would stay away. Perhaps this is just the human equivalent of insects being attracted to uncovered food on a sunny summer's day. The simple solution would be of course to cover the food, but below are some possible reasons why this is not done:
- political correctness
- an unacknowledged addiction to cheaper, more willing and skilled foreign labour
- the existence of a Sacred Cow cradle to grave welfare state that discourages a work ethic
- a state education system that does not educate adequately
- a declining birth rate of legitimate productive citizens caused by
- the unfair burden on working and married parents and
- the increase in working and single motherhood
- five-yearly elections which give short-termist politicians a reason to avoid dealing with problems that need medium to long-term solutions, eg education and transport
BUT MOST OF ALL, perhaps ...
- the refusal to acknowledge that there is anything wrong with a corrupt and corrupting system of indiscriminate universal suffrage, which allows politicians to bribe the voters who take in welfare with the money of those who give in taxes ...