As I contemplate tiptoeing into the lower reaches of middle age several things are happening.
Instead of leaping into the bath I have taken to clambering in cautiously. It’s self-preservation.
And I have, I think, also acquired a little wisdom with the years.
So, for example, I definitely cannot see what is wrong with wanting to protect and preserve some aspects of our culture and our history.
This is nothing to do with opposing progress and everything to do with attempts by various folk to destroy our culture in order to promote the fascists of the EU.
Many people are frightened even to mention England’s history and culture. They worry that anyone who defends England will be labelled `racist’ by the neo-Nazis who support the EU.
If you mention the words `culture’ and `history’ in relation to England, the fascist elitists will sneerily dismiss as you as racist – though other countries are perfectly entitled to have `culture’ and `history’ without being considered racist. The Scots and the Welsh promote their culture at every opportunity.
The English need to be braver.
We have allowed the inept and hypocritical elitists of the BBC, the Guardian, the Financial Times, the Daily Mirror, the Daily Mail, Parliament and the Civil Service to take over our country. These people are full of an absurd sense of their own self-importance. They are determined to destroy, and they are rigid with hatred for their own country. They loathe freedom and democracy. They despise England and everything English. And they are too stupid to realise that they are continuing the work of the Nazis who founded the EU and who are determined to protect and promote Hitler’s legacy.
There is no little irony in the fact that Europhiles and Remainers are blatant racists.
If you want to know more about the history of the EU please read my book The Shocking History of the EU. It is available on Amazon as an eBook and a paperback. It contains biographies of the 40 founding fathers of the European Union. It will shock you.
Copyright Vernon Coleman July 2019