I quote direct from the production blog of Sonia Poulton, a journalist of 30 years, who has been questioning the official story behind the disappearance of little Madeleine. But I also use this as an example of what Journalists have to go through each and every day when working on a story, something I too can attest too from personal experiance.
Take a listen to the story for yourself and consider this whilst you brows through your news feed.
We go through this to bring you the facts behind the stories.
When one stands up against racism & fascism one stands with people of all races creeds and colours together to ensure that all have peace and all needs are met.
That’s not then to be used to destroy the indigenous culture and the moral foundations of the existing society. Being multicultural should mean embracing the cultures of all in a community not to the detriment of the established culture.
Well it seems that under the banner of Stop Racism that’s exactly what is being pushed upon and by the liberals who would have us just remove all borders and let those who enter our green and “pleasant” do what they will. At our expense I might add. Here’s the latest press release which promotes this agenda. I share it for your information, putting aside what has happened in Germany Sweden and many other Northern European countries. “STAND UP TO RACISM PRESS RELEASE
French authorities immediate threat to bulldoze ‘Jungle’ camp in Calais
The French authorities plan evict as many as 3,000 refugees in the so-called “Jungle” camp near Calais and bulldoze their homes. This inhumane act should be stopped and the refugees allowed into Britain to claim asylum. Stand Up To Racism (SUTR)† will call a demonstration in London if the plan goes ahead.
Activists in the camp say that local authorities are expected to issue a 48-hour eviction notice on Friday that will affect more than half the camp’s population. The short notice period over a weekend—when courts will be shut—will make any kind of legal challenge extremely difficult.
Clare Moseley, of the British volunteers’ group Care4Calais*, writes, “While the Jungle has many faults and issues, at this point in time it is all we have.
“Over the last six months UK citizens have spent hundreds of thousands of pounds and hundreds of thousands of hours building shelters, schools and community centres, setting up medical facilities, community welfare and art services. If the eviction goes ahead all this will be destroyed and this incredible investment will wasted.”
Yet she points out that destroying the refugees’ homes will not achieve anything, “Refugees will still come to Calais—their living conditions will just be so much more inhumane.”
Clare has been in Calais helping refugees since she joined a Stand Up to Racism solidarity trip taking clothes and food to the refugees last summer.
Weyman Bennett, co chair of SUTR, said, “Bulldozing the tents is bulldozing human rights. Seventy years ago we stood in solidarity with Jewish refugees trying to escape Nazi Germany.
“The situation is different now, but it’s terrible that in the 21st century governments are treating people like animals.
“What’s driving this is racism and Islamophobia and it is coming from the highest levels. The British government and David Cameron have spent more money on razor wire than helping these refugees. “
The actions of the French authorities help Cameron in his European “crisis” as he looks toconvince supporters that it is possible to stay in the EU and be hostile to migrants.
Sabby Dhalu, SUTR’s other co-chair, said, “The real solution is to allow refugees in the camps to seek asylum in Britain and to lead a normal human life.
“The British government’s refusal to allow them in is totally unacceptable given that there are only a few thousand refugees in Calais and Dunkirk. A poorer country like Lebanon—the size of Cornwall—has taken 1.5 million refugees, equivalent to a quarter of its population.
END OF PRESS RELEASE”
So as you can see the idea is that we allow everyone to trample our culture and community. Most of these so called refugees shouldn’t have even made it to Calais let alone come rampaging across our country. They should have been cared for in the first safe haven they came to after leaving the danger zone. But of course we have a welfare system that is far more liberal than those found in many of the eastern block countries they will have been smuggled through or walked through, thanks to the idea of free movement and those o so liberal states that just keep moving them on westward until they reach that 22 mile wide stretch of water know as the English Channel. What they have been told to expect to find if they cross those waters beggars belief but the truth is, they will find a cold damaged run down deindustrialised place where the indigenous people are struggling to survive relying on food handouts and state handouts where the essentials of life are beyond the reach of even those who served in their home countries military and gave all they were and now find that they are walked over by the very people they served and sacrificed their youth for.
So, please say no to racism, I too will Stand shoulder to shoulder with those who will fight to ensure equality whatever your background or upbringing, but I will not stand with those who would use that as a cover to see the multicultural destruction of my homeland.
I cannot simply standby and watch as the rights and foundations of the country of my birth and the country I gave nearly 20 years of my life too taken from me…..
….by some liberal who has forgotten the history of England and the sacrifices that were given to allow them to march and hold their views without fear of repression. Let them go to Saudi Arabia and attempt these acts of societal destruction. Then they would feel the meaning of repression and hatred.
so hold your opinion go on your march but be aware that flying the flag of anti racism will not give you the right to destroy the culture I gave myself to protect.
The UK has drawn even closer to Bahrain, despite years of crackdowns, torture and oppression in the Gulf state, according to human rights campaigners. On the fifth anniversary of uprisings in the kingdom, activists in Britain held several events last week to remember victims of the brutal crackdown during the Arab Spring of 2011 that led to dozens of deaths and thousands of people being imprisoned.