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After the Riots

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“There will always be the English.” Raj said.
I replied “No, there will always have been
The English, but that’s gone now. England’s dead . . .
And with it, the English”. Raj said “I meant
The idea of Englishness will always
Be.” “The idea?” I asked, “What’s the idea?
That there was a real Englishness? These days
When I make statements like that it’s called a
Hate crime, or sometimes something worse than one.”
“That’s insane, who can talk with you when you
Trot out those BNP opinions
And skinhead tripe?” I didn’t bother to
Waste any more breath; Raj will never see:
English was what only English could be.

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  1. Fourmyle of Ceres
    Posted September 4, 2011 at 10:36 pm | Permalink

    Very good. It might be useful to do a “Rivers of Blood” speech along the same lines, or new, updated, “Rivers of Blood.” I especially liked the phrase, “skinhead tripe.” The Form of the skinheads has been co-opted, with the so-called “English” Defense League. We see the substance of what the skinheads THOUGHT they stood for used quite energetically to support a system of governance that effectively threw them under the bus before they were born.

    And, you astutely note, the BNP is a mere shell of what it should have been. Do you suppose it should have kept the National Front active, with a good bit more discretion, or do we see the entire concept of mainstreaming becoming discredited? Is the white Race of England going softly into that good night, to be replaced by, and ruled by, the posterity of those they once ruled?

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