The Multi-Layered Betrayal of Britain by Paul Weston Poor old Britain is in a terrible state. Whilst the recent obscenity of a Labour government is mostly to blame for this, they were not alone in the cultural and racial war which has been waged against the British people over the last half-century. Such has been the all-encompassing assault on who we once were that it is now hard to find any social group which has not been betrayed.
A book was published last year called The Unknown Warriors. It is a heartbreaking read. Over and over again these brave and stoic people mentioned one word — betrayal.
Their principal concerns were the submission of vast swathes of British cities to various foreign entities without due recourse to the democratic process, coupled with the bitter irony of handing over their bloodily defended democracy to an unelected, dictatorial foreign power in Brussels.
They watch in bemusement and horror as the politicians and the mainstream media force a degraded culture upon
their country. They shiver in front of single-bar electric fires, wondering whether they can afford to eat
and stay warm. They watch their carefully amassed life-savings eroded as the politicians and bankers artificially
manipulate interest-rates and inflation-rates to benefit only themselves. They shake their heads at stories of
Iraqis and Somalis living in luxuriously equipped million-pound mansions in which to house their teeming broods,
all paid for by the state.
The Elderly: - The Young: