By Simon Darby-Although Sir Patrick Moore's death yesterday is sad, I'm glad he made it to 89. A staunch and I mean staunch patriot, Sir Patrick despised and detested what the liberal multiculturalists and Euro Federalists have inflicted on us and was not afraid to say so.
In the circumstances how he kept his job at the BBC is beyond me.
Sir Patrick served in Bomber Command during WWII and never forgave the Germans for the death of his 20 year old fiance who was killed whilst working as a nurse during an air raid on London in 1943.
The last thing I ever read about him, in May this year, he stated:
We must take care.
There may be another war. The Germans will try again, given another chance. A Kraut is a Kraut is a Kraut. And the only good Kraut is a dead Kraut.
‘A German general said to me at the end of the war, “You won two wars. You won’t win the third. And that’s the economic war.” I hope he’s wrong there can be good, free, honourable, decent Germans I haven’t met them myself, but I’m sure they exist.’
‘I’m no European. Why? Go to Europe and look around. The Germans tried to conquer us. The French betrayed us. The Belgians did very little and the Italians made us our ice cream.'
‘Just look at the world now and look at it when we had a bigger say in it. The English are best. Stand up for England!’
A few years back, Sir Patrick got into some serious soap and bubble when he stated at an Age Concern meeting:
"We are being swamped by people who come here because we are a soft touch.
I know people will say 'racist, racist, racist'.We are being swamped by parasites. Call me a racist but I would send them all back to where they came from.
Everything we do for them takes away from what we can do for ourselves."
Liberals accused him of using, "the sort of language one might expect to hear on a British National Party march not from a public figure."
Great bloke, I'm sure he'll find plenty to do up there.