By Sheila Spink, Stockport Organiser-The Olympics opening ceremony was certainly a stunning extravaganza. We can congratulate those involved with its production. The self-deprecating humour was quintessentially British and the fact that our monarch is such a “jolly good sport” is testament to her survival skills and ours.
But, perhaps now is a good time to reflect on what our leaders and their establishment team think of our country and, more importantly, where they see it heading.
WHAT DID THIS PANTOMIME SAY ABOUT US?
Britain is now officially designated as an historic theme park.
Our green and pleasant land has been desecrated so that our technical excellence could be handed out to all the nations of the New World Order.
The British Indigenous has served their purpose and must now be replaced by a new people group.
The Diversity Dream House clearly showed the new social order; chaotic, unrelated, ethnically mixed and, above all, impermanent.
The light skin must be gradually darkened through the generations. Anti-white racism and black adulation is applauded as the new social norm.
It is called multiculturalism but the objective is progressive homogeneity towards some monochrome universality where all manifestations of individual peoples and their nations are gradually erased in pursuit of a One World Society with its own unique people, finance, religion and government.
It is the end of the true diversity of the world as we know it. Are we in the End Times?
Appeals to God to “Abide with us” will fall on deaf ears as the British Indigenous are increasingly marginalised in their homeland and their beliefs and way of life presented as some kind of perversion.
The passing of the torch to the next generation was prophetic but it is up to us true Britons to ensure that the rightful heirs inherit the right to rule this Great Nation.
The cards are on the table. The establishment Team GB no longer try to hide their pluralist agenda for our country nor their contempt for us, its people, who get in their corporate face and in their way.
We did not invite this fight but we must be up for it.
In the year of London’s first Olympics, 1908, Lord Baden Powell declared his mission statement for the youth of the day, “Be Prepared”.
On this third Olympiad in our capital city perhaps we should all now take heed.