April 21, 2018
Irish singer Morrissey had a good blog post yesterday, showing support for For Britain, a party formed by members of UKIP who were kicked out for being too racist.
I mean, I guess it was good.
He felt the need to do the whole “I’m not a racist, but…” thing.
On his blog, he wrote:
I despise racism.
I despise fascism.
I would do anything for my Muslim friends, and I know they would do anything for me.
In view of this, there is only one British political party that can safeguard our security.
That party is For Britain.
Please give them a chance. Listen to them. Do not be influenced by the tyrannies of the MSM who will tell you that For Britain are racist or fascist – please believe me, they are the very opposite!!! Please do not close your mind.
Labour is hopelessly naive.
Theresa May’s policies have turned Britain into a international target.
The BBC has closed down.
The Loony Left is concerned only with victim culture.
For Britain will keep British society together. Violence is not the way forward.
There are many problems in modern Britain that have become too large for Theresa May to deal with – mostly because she created them in the first place. The press appear to deal only in fashionable outrage; inflammatory and unjust comments against any new party that threatens the same old bloody pointless two-party system.
Please give For Britain a chance. They will bring an end to the modern Westminster mania for self-destruction. For Britain is the bulldog breed that will never surrender. Both Labour and Conservatives have already sold you down the river into righteous oblivion.
This is my last political strike. No wish to upset anyone! But the time has come to fight, and Labour and the Conservatives have their backs to the sea.
Are you capable of change?
Thank you, and peace for all of us
20 April 2018
Was it a coincidence he posted this on our favorite Uncle’s birthday?
I’m thinking that almost certainly the answer to that is “no.”
Morrissey, I would bet my bitcoin wallet, is fully aware of everything we’re aware of. Honestly, with the internet, anyone who is open to a little bit of this stuff is going to get the whole thing shoved into their brain whether they want it or not.
He’s been open about talking about the destruction of British identity by non-white immigrants, is endorsing a borderline fascist party which calls for a full-stop end to Islamic immigration, but he still feels the need to say “oh, but I have a Muslim friend tho, so I hate racism…”
Seriously, what is this thing?
I have nonwhite friends.
The big bad skin-hatred guy.
At least I used to. I don’t know if any of them, other than the Asian ones (and probably the Shiite Moslems), would still consider me a friend given my current profile.
But wtf does that really have to do with anything?
Everyone with any basic rational ability is able to understand the concept that there is a difference between a group and an individual member of a group, and that every group is potentially capable of producing exceptional individuals.
But if you’re capable of understanding that particular dichotomy, you should also be capable of understanding that the group matters more than the individual, and that your status as an individual member of a group matters more than your individual relationships with members of other groups.
That is to say, it is worth sacrificing your individual friendships with members of other groups in the name of loyalty to and the defense of your own group.
This is just like, basic math.
And this would only ever be a problem for white people, I can tell you that.
A nonwhite might be your friend, but it is always going to be “group first” for them. And on that level, any individual friend you have of another race is going to understand your decision.
So, look: this isn’t about blind hatred. It is about recognizing that society exists.
In an era when the Islamic population of London was 1%, it was easy for you to have a exceptionally intelligent Arab or Pakistani friend. But in the era where London is 20% Moslem, it’s time to pick a fucking side.
If you don’t pick a side, you’ve picked the other side’s side.
I think you should pick your own side.
You know it’s over.
Don’t start something you can’t finish.