Monday, 23 August 2010

Virgin On The Truth

Goodnight Vienna, over at Calling England, has a post in which she writes:
"On the one hand we have youngsters who have no concept of the word 'virgin' but at the other we have people who remember what words like 'gentleman's agreement', integrity, honesty, law-abiding meant. There's an enormous gulf between government and the people now. State education has taught our children things we didn't want them to know and omitted the things they should know. It's a mess, and that's why no current politician or quango will ever be able to make it better. It's also why the older generation should group together and 'gather rosebuds' before it's too late and remind generations of what they have lost. It's time to remind the government that we won't put up with this loss of civil liberties any more."
Goodnight Vienna is so right on every point she makes, for example:

"Its a mess and that's why no current politician or quango will ever be able to make it better" - as Ronald Reagan said: "Governments tend not to solve problems, only to rearrange them."

or;

"State education has taught our children things we didn't want them to know and omitted the things they should know" - and why? Because politicians have frigged around with our education system so much and purely as a result of the slavish wish to follow the ideology prevailing at the time, without the benefit of proof that that ideology was sound.

or;

" There's an enormous gulf between government and the people now." And just who has created that gulf by their prolifigacy with our money to boost their lifestyle? By their belief that once elected, it gave them virtual carte blanche to do as they liked, regardless of the will of the people? By their total abrogation of the responsibility to consult the people of this country prior to giving away what amounts to our birthright? By their policy of social engineering, resulting in an influx of immigration to the extent we no longer recognise our own country?

or;

"It's also why the older generation should group together and 'gather rosebuds' before it's too late and remind generations of what they have lost. It's time to remind the government that we won't put up with this loss of civil liberties any more." which means that it is us - the older generation who must be joined by those younger who do know what the meaning of 'sovereignty', 'honesty', 'truth', 'integrity' democracy, and 'gentlemans agreement' actually is - to whom will fall the task of re-educating our nation; of restoring a belief in that nation and its natural place amongst the leading nations of the world; of restoring that level of 'fair play' and 'common sense' for which this island was renowned; of reminding those we elect that they are not 'top dog' and in fact it is us, that they are but the tools to implement what we the people want; that we have reverted to being a self-governing nation, beholden to no other; of reminding the rest of the world that we wish to be left to live in peace, but that those who dare attack us will receive more than the proverbial 'bloody nose'; of reminding the world that our Parliament is regarded as the 'Mother of Parliaments' and that from this moment on it has reverted to that status; that this island is indeed a green and pleasant land and one that will be an example to others once again.

In other words people - I think it is time for the revolution to begin!


This post was inspired by this!

4 comments:

Edward Spalton said...

Government has to work through the established civil service. In most departments what I might call the "social work" or Frankfurt Marxist ethic is paramount. Education is one of these.

The Thatcher government's intention was to establish a simple "3 Rs" national curriculum. The establishment got hold of it and turned it into the present monstrous construct. In the Sixties, the Social Work establishment decided that no distinction should be made any more between the deserving and undeserving poor. Furthermore, in the name of "compassion" young women of modest attainments were to be offered a viable career option as state-dependent single mothers. The traditional family is one of the Frankfurt/cultural Marxists main hates.

I had the experience of trying to employ youngsters who were the fruit of this policy - not unpleasant people in the main but with no stability in their fatherless lives. Many also managed to emerge from 11 years of compulsory "education" as functional illiterates an innumerates but the system succeeded brilliantly in giving them a great sense of self esteem.

As a school governor, I found out that many of the younger teachers regarded with horror the idea that children should sound their letters.(C-A-T = cat). They had been taught at training college that this simple and (usually) successful method was as bad as sending children up chimneys.

Now the children and grandchildren of the generation I had to deal with are also being indoctrinated in the desirability of sodomy as a loving relationship.

I hope that the government's scheme to break the chain of political correctness by setting schools free of local politically correct control will work - but I have my doubts. It is already embedded in the thinking of "progressive" Conservatives within the government.

Witterings From Witney said...

ES, May I welcome such an esteemed presence as yours on my blog.

I hear what you say, however my patience has finally expired and as far as I am concerned the sooner we have our 'revolution' the better!

microdave said...

Edward's comment rather confirms my thoughts that it's really the Civil Service who run the country, and it makes not a blind bit of difference who is nominally "In Charge".

It's going to have to be a major revolution...

Witterings From Witney said...

md, Yup, we knew that - remember Yes Minister and Yes, Prime Minister?