Tuesday, 26 August 2008

TWO KINDS OF CELEBRATION


THE BENEFITS OF DIVERSITY

Compare and contrast these two photographs. The top one was taken yesterday at the Notting Hill Carnival, the celebrationof Afro Carribean culture brought to our capital by immigrants.
It shows the "vibrant" and "diverse" nature of society in London, with litter everywhere and police making an arrest.
The police were happy with the event as owing to "proactive"policing "only" 500 arrests were made.
WHAT A FINE CULTURE THESE PEOPLE BRING TO OUR LAND!


THIS IS WHAT THEY WANT TO ENCOURAGE IN OUR COUNTRY.

The second photo was taken in 1947 of Billinge Walking day. Not quite as good a photo but it shows the activities of an unenriched society with people united. I was somewhere at the back of the half mile long procession but there is no photo of me (possibly a good thing)
There was order, no litter and NO ARRESTS.

It is claimed that poverty and lack of opportunity are the cause of the violence in the immigrant community.

THERE WAS POVERTY IN BILLINGE IN 1947. Many people worked for little in the pits, mills or glassworks--but there was NO CRIME.

People then would have been glad to have had the same standard of living as the participants of the Notting Hill Carnival, which cost £6 million in police costs alone.

WHY THE DIFFERENCE? HAS SOCIETY GONE TO THE DOGS?

Well not altogether. At another celebration of culture, our culture,the RWB, there were NO arrests of the participants but 33 arrests of supporters of diversity.

Of course church processions can not be held in many parishes in Wigan as the costs of policing are said to be too high. The same goes for St Georges celebrations.

but--MONEY IS NO OBJECT when ethnic celebrations are concerned.

WHAT KIND OF SOCIETY DO YOU WANT, PICTURE 1 OR PICTURE 2?

CHAOS OR ORDER? DIVERSITY OR COMMUNITY?

If you want the second of these options--

SUPPORT THE BNP!--- before it is too late.



2 comments:

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I wasn't born until 1955 but I think my views on the subject are still relevant.

1947 was a time of rationing (worse then even during the war), little money and that winter was the coldest on record. Bicycles were the main form of personal transport for the working class man and women. TV's were almost unheard of except for the very very rich.

But despite all that those people knew better times were on the way, and they were right. I grew up in the 1960's and they were great times, with very little crime and a optimistic future ahead. What happened, where did things go wrong?

Don't get me wrong, I like my colour TV and personal music centre, I like my own car and my computer (none are made in Britain now of course). And I sure as hell would not have liked food rationing.

Having said all that would I trade places with someone from 1947. NO WAY! I live in 2008 and the British people are not finished yet. Like those people 8 or 9 years earlier our fight is to come, and however dark things look now they are nowhere near as dark as they were for those people in 1939. Our victory, like theirs did, will come!

yaz