In response to Robert James: England today feels like it’s under an occupying force, Colonel Mustard wrote: It is, effectively.
England is not a self-determining country and has no collective representation in the British Parliament. The British government panders to the minority Celtic fringe, including, astonishingly, the Irish Republic. Scotland has representation in its own Parliament and in the British Parliament with a demanding nationalist party bloc. The Labour party refers to the ‘English regions’ rather than England and government pursues regionalisation under the pretence of ‘devolution’ which will simply break up England and put yet more of the usual political suspects in power over us, rolling out the same centralised diktats.
Mass immigration and multi-culturalism have been imposed on the English without their consent by the ill-formed and/or malevolent policies of successive New Labour-type governments, which now seem to be in hock to a group of globalist corporate vested interests, as well as rolling out ever more draconian forms of cultural Marxist interference and oppression. A single unelected person, with lots of money backing her, was able to intervene in and influence the fate of the whole country, greatly aided by a media addicted to inciting and encouraging mischief over every issue. There are many more like her, unelected individuals, empowered to opinionate on how this country should be run. People barely out of university, often with radical and untested views, are given senior unelected positions as government advisers or subsidised using taxpayers money to set up lobbying and campaign groups thinly disguised as think tanks or ‘charities’. Many female and BAME MPs seem to think that they represent only radical feminist or racial ‘activisms’ rather than their constituents of both gender and all colours.
The whole thing feels like a conspiracy to ‘manage’ the ordinary, largely silent majority by divide and rule rather than to properly represent them.