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By Mike Walsh
December 19, 1945 … a 33-year old British-born Spanish national was illegally hanged at London’s grim Victorian Wandsworth Prison. It was the end of a life, but the beginning of a legend.
Had (John) Amery — the son of a British government minister served a prison sentence — few would have heard of him. Posterity decided otherwise; here was the making of a British martyr whose name would one day surely grace boulevards and parks named in his honour.
Born March 14, 1912, John Amery was baptised in the crypt of the House of Commons and educated at Harrow. Like Eton, the public school was favoured by the English elite. To keep their place in the class system’s pecking order, England’s political and aristocratic cabal collaborated with Jewish oligarchs.
John Amery was having none of that. Turning his back on the hedonistic lifestyle of his class, John Amery first went to France, and then in 1936 onward to Spain. There the Englishman fought on the side of the Nationalists against Moscow-backed Republicans. Amery fought on the front-lines with distinction.
In 1943, despairing of Britain’s war against the Democratic Reich, John Amery opted for service with Hitler’s Germany. One has to remember … that in 1943 Britain had not experienced an elected government for eleven years.
Unlike Adolf Hitler … Britain’s Prime Minister Winston Churchill was never elected to serve the country in that capacity.
From Germany — John Amery broadcast regularly — as did many Europeans. There was a common theme in all such broadcasts; the desperate need for peace between Germany, and (the) necessity to form an alliance against Bolshevik-Occupied Russia.
Bolshevik Russia – Circa 1922
Whilst in Germany John Amery was pivotal in setting up the League of St. George. The League, after the Englishman’s departure for Italy became the British Free Corps.
By the outbreak of Britain’s alliance with the USSR, it is estimated that at least 30 million Russians and Central European Orthodox Christians had been slaughtered, starved or worked to their death by the Jewish Bolsheviks.
New York’s bowler-hatted, Bolshevik bankers in 1917 had invested in the overthrow of Tsar Nicholas II and government of Imperial Russia. The Bolshevik megacaust proceeded from the so-called “Russian Revolution” now known as American-inspired regime change.
From 1922 (onward) America and Britain’s industrial corporations threw their industrial clout into the opportunities offered by the world’s largest slave population. Amery and his associates decided that they had no wish to live under race-traitors, or to endure a hand-to-mouth existence in a Jewish-controlled world. >con’t to FULL ARTICLE
Jon Holmes, a Bafta-winning writer and comedian who has appeared on Radio 4’s The Now Show for 18 years, claimed bosses let him go (fired him!) after informing him the show was being re-cast with “more women and diversity”.
In the finest traditions of a Stalinist Show Trial, Holmes prefaced his complaint with the following disclaimer:
“I totally understand and agree with ….harder quotas and diversity targets. Diversity is important. Of course it is. We know it is. That’s beyond argument. But maybe it’s time to open up the debate – and, in all honesty, not just because I’m on the receiving end.”
‘If we are now openly giving jobs to people based on the colour of their skin, surely that is only emphasising just the kind of social division that the equality that I was brought up to embrace strives to eliminate? So what if – and I know this is radical – but what if everything and every job in all walks of life was open to everyone equally, and we all just agree that everyone’s the same, by which I mean – you know – ‘human’?’
Among the reasons for residents feeling insecure as their area diversifies, is that people tend to spend time with those they perceive as like them, and feel less secure when experiencing rapid change, the authors explained.
Already around a fifth (20%) of people in the UK (United Kingdom) are non–white, or non-British. This is expected to rise to a quarter (25%) by 2025, a third (33%) by 2040, and could reach up to 38 per cent by 2050.
The large-scale sociological study, undertaken by the Cathie Marsh Institute for Social Research at the University of Manchester, drew on 18 years of data of more than 10,000 people.
“With immigration at historically high levels across many European countries, research suggesting ethnic diversity negatively impacts social cohesion has engendered alarm”, begins the paper.
However, the report found little to dispel such concerns, as it purported to “demonstrate a negative association between community ethnic diversity and indicators of social cohesion (especially attitudes towards neighbours and the community), suggesting diversity causes a decline in social cohesion.”
The only group which appeared to be unaffected by diversity was those who willingly chose to move into such areas.
Sociologist Dr. James Laurence, who co-authored the study, said:
“There has long been an ‘assumption’ increasing ethnic diversity in an area undermines residents’ social cohesion. On one hand our study supports this, for example where people report feeling happier when they move out of diverse areas and into neighbourhoods where they are surrounded by more people like them.
“However we find there are people happily moving into diverse areas who are unaffected by the presence of different ethnicities and social groups. Also diversity actually has a relatively weaker effect on people who stay in a community in which diversity is increasing around them.’
Speaking to the Daily Mail, he added: “Increasing diversity may reduce cohesion as people simply see their neighbours as being more different to them; that they may have different values, different interests and different norms, which can hold up contact.” :SOURCE
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Honour (noun/verb) – (‘honor’ in American English) is an abstract concept entailing a perceived quality of worthiness and respectability that affects the self-evaluation of an individual or nation … among other designations.