British Culture undermined by multiculturalism? Couldn’t have said it better myself…

… and I only wish we weren’t so scared to discuss this sort of thing in the open.

I mean, one only has to look at the statistics to see the social impact of the Viking community’s refusal to integrate into mainstream society. Time and time again, it seems completely obvious to me that this is a culture fundamentally different to our own that cannot adapt for the modern world, but the government clearly doesn’t want to do anything about it because they’re cowards, the lot of them – probably too scared of being accused on anti-Viking bias. Well I’m not. I’ve heard there are areas of Scotland one can’t move without bumping into one of them. It’s no wonder the average indigenous Pict feels threatened just walking out into the street. But you’ll never see this in the newspapers, oh no.

And what about those Romano-Celts, eh? Shocking really, though I supposed there’s a lesson that one drag a horse to civilisation, but you can’t make it stick. Just look at the numbers! It’s stuff like this that almost makes one yearn for the good old days of a bit of Roman imperialism – you’d’ve thought they would have been able to make some progress in almost 2,000 years but no. Usually one only has to look at their religion, but even the destruction of the druidic orders didn’t seem to make much difference overall, going by reports like these.

“Stuck in the past”: a so-called ‘hero’ of Warwick, just one of many examples regarding the way in which entire communities are still unable to integrate and adapt to life in modern Britain. I believe they still hold festivals in his honour with a local annual pilgrimage to his ‘cliff’. Sad!

Throughout this country you’ll find entire counties divided by old kingdom borders. Even to this day you’ll find children in Warwick being taught tales about some mythical hero called ‘Guy’ instead of  the normal, harmless fairy tales we’ve grown up with. In fact, I’d wager it’s thanks to this resurgence of ‘identity politics’ – then we wonder why things start going downhill but no one wants to use their common sense or just speak out. With these kind of cultural and sectarian differences, it’s no wonder the British people don’t have a sense of identity any more.


Overall, I must say – I’m glad there’s finally someone paying attention to what the peoples of Britain really think. It is clear that the liberal agenda has failed. The so-called ‘United Kingdom’ is nothing but a political scam and the sooner we all realise that, the better off we’ll be.