Will history remember Cameron as the PM who signaled the end of England? John Gelmini

Twickenham United Kingdom

Twickenham United Kingdom (Photo credit: @Doug88888)

In my view, UK mainstream media’s  reporting of the January 2014 influx of Bulgarian and Romanian refugees misses a much larger and more important point.

Peter Sutherland of the Bilderberg Group, which meets once a year in secret and which decides what Government policies are going to be, believes in open borders within Europe.

The plan with the UK has been devolution in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales and to break up England into 9 Regions which would in fact be called Mercia.

Norman Tebbit claimed to have seen the map and it was referred to in an About Anglia television news broadcast, which was aired whilst Norman Tebbit was still one of Margaret Thatcher’s ministers.

The Southernmost Region will include Hampshire, Devon, Cornwall, East and West Sussex and Surrey plus parts of Northern France.

E-Borders,the system from Raytheon and BT Global Services, which was supposed to count people in and out of the country has not been fully rolled out, so we now have 5 million illegal immigrants, as evidenced by the amount of food sold in supermarkets, school admissions of children from undocumented parents often in mid term and the number of notes and coins in circulation.

The plan is to eventually turn the English into a minority within their own country, within 30 years, something which has already happened in Leicester, Bradford, Birmingham, certain London Boroughs, parts of Leeds.

Part of the strategy involves putting eostrogen into the water supply and using Bisphenol A, a hardening agent for plastics into the production chain.

The chemical is banned in Canada but not here or in the USA.

Bisphenol A is carcinogenic, gender bending and lowers sperm count and testosterone levels to the point where those of British men are the lowest in Western Europe.

At the other end of the spectrum, 1 person in 2.5 gets cancer in the UK, and our survival rates from treatment are the worst in Western Europe by a wide margin.

This, plus the obesity and diabetes epidemic. causes the “replacement rate” for English people plus the Celtic fringe to be 1.88 when it needs to be 2.4 for the race to survive in the long term.

Effectively then, the English and indigenous peoples of these islands are slowly but surely being engineered into minorities, and into ultimate extinction, so that the country in complete or broken up form will become part of a United States of Europe, whether people born here like it or not.

For me this does not matter, as I am of Italian extraction, and hold US citizenship as well as being a British subject by birth.

It is, however, sad to see this happening given the potential that exists here in the UK.

Let me finish with an open question:

What ever happened to Patriotism in the UK; surely, it’s more than just a loud cheer at a football match or at the Last Night at the Proms?

Any thoughts?

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13 responses

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  11. John, I think the British are patriotic but apathetic due to relatively comfortable lives. They also cannot quite believe what is happening. The apathy is not new – it has long been known in France as ‘la phlegme anglaise’.

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