That river in Egypt

Insisting on a non-reality as a reality, framing any debate strictly within the new faux lexicon and forcing people to accept it on pain of punishment – does that sound familiar?

1. The word ‘England’

Tomorrow is England’s day – let’s not go into why St George may or may not be English.

Point is – the EU does not accept that there is this nation called England, not even a region called England and they insist, which our craven politicians aid and abet, that the idea of England be suppressed and offenders punished.

Problem is that with the continuing mass invasion by foreigners, straight to benefits, plus the other issues in England, plus issues among Millennials, plus post-Millennials in schools, plus the breakdown of any sort of ethics or sense of history – well, you know the rest.

That’s how the EU gets away with it, plus our homegrown traitors.

2.  Brexit 

Different other thing because it is about an entity called the UK or Britain but tactics are the same:

3.  Christianity today and Islamic replacement

There was a Nigel lover on Twitter whom I thought was one of us and he was getting stuck into Gerard Batten for stating the bleedin’ obvious.  What’s more, everyone up and down this country knows all about the invader.

Farage, before the referendum, ordered some flatbed lorries with billboards on the back and they showed the miles-long queue of invaders – if you recall, Carswell was horrified, Evans and others. The lorries were pulled.

Now Farage realises he can’t get massive votes by telling the truth – he has to appear to be accepting the PTB’s conditions and votes will come his party’s way. Part of that is to ignore the invasion entirely, one of the core reasons people in the north voted for Brexit.

Meanwhile, downunder, there’s a classic case. The team currently on top in the AFL has a champion who’s won almost everything there is over 17 years, he’s 35 and near retirement but yesterday kicked three goals and took some spectacular grabs.

Trouble is, he’s Christian and when Israel Folau got into trouble for telling the truth – he’s the Oz rugby union full back – Gary Ablett, the AFL superchamp, tweeted a ‘like’ of Folau’s tweet.

Needless to say, both got clobbered by the PTB, the MSM and all the little PC hangers on – headlines read that these two were now ‘isolated in Australia’ for their views.

However, GA was in the team yesterday and starred.  What could the GFC do, what could the AFL do?  Matters got worse when the head coach, Chris Scott, was asked in the post-match presser what they planned to do about GA:

Scott: ‘We’ve got to stop hanging people’

Chris Scott was uncertain why Gary Ablett was booed in today’s match but believes there’s no need to hound a player who has accidentally misspoken.

As the gay bakers showed, as Chik Fil A showed, no Christian is going to accept gay ‘marriage’, no way, it does not compute, which is an entirely different question to two gays doing what they do in private.

As for two gays or lesbians adopting a child, that’s in the same category as full term abortion, much worse than men winning women’s events – the latter not affecting the entire society in quite the same way.

Now let’s come back to those last words of Scott there – ‘accidentally misspoken’.

Bollox, no they didn’t – Folau and Ablett – they said what their faith required them to; compare that to the non-Christian ‘Father’ Marc Lydon-Smith above.

Folau and Ablett do NOT accept it, nor do I, there it is.  I suspect that millions also refuse to accept it – just look at the crowds at Chick Fil A in the States every time one of these issues comes up.

So what will the ARU and AFL do downunder – fire their stars?  Cut them adrift?

Bollox to them, the PTB, bollox to the politicians, bollox to the MSM and bollox to the sheeple who drink the kool-aid, follow the PTB’s every dictum and who are not above condoning violence against dissenters.

12 comments for “That river in Egypt

  1. dearieme
    April 22, 2019 at 15:37

    True, I’ve heard of ignoramuses who thought St Patrick was Irish, but St George English? Really?

    • James Strong
      April 22, 2019 at 17:18

      St. George is very busy. He’s also Patron Saint of Georgia and, I believe, Catalunya.
      Any more?

      I have a cross of St. David on my car. If I were English I would display the cross of St. George.

      Best Wishes to all on St. George’s Day,which is tomorrow as I write.

    • April 22, 2019 at 17:32

      Er, did anyone say he was English? Hands up anyone who says he was English?

      Nope, don’t know where you got that one from. 🙂

  2. dearieme
    April 22, 2019 at 15:40

    Jesus wasn’t a great fan of marriage: he urged his disciples to abandon their families and follow him. Or so the gospels report.

    • April 22, 2019 at 17:31

      Bollox of course.

      • dearieme
        April 23, 2019 at 11:12

        What, the gospels are bollocks? I’d say that they probably contain little bits of truth muddled together with lots of untruth. Presumably it’s near impossible to unmuddle the constituents.

        Anyway, do try to explain away Mark 1:16-20, and Matthew 8:18-22

  3. james wilson
    April 22, 2019 at 19:03

    Being esposed to the claim of May offering her deepest sympathies is a nausiating experience and brought to mind the words of Jullian Assange describing Hillary, who he knew–She is a very bright, will connected, sadistic sociopath.

  4. April 23, 2019 at 05:35

    The sheep are certainly being shown from all the goats around them. And it ain’t just the animal husbandry: its the orchardists too whose fruits are telling just who they are. In the gardens, fields and forests of Oz and Britain, folk are increasingly down in the dearie dearieme mouth.

    • April 23, 2019 at 06:23

      In Oz many years ago, R.G. Menzies won a GE based on Labor’s 36 ‘faceless men’, meaning the Labor caucus. Over here, there was the Sun with ‘If Kinnock wins today, will the last person to leave Britain please turn out the lights.’

      Effective but also worrying that slogans sway as they do. Worrying how to the point too.

      Wonder which slogan will rid the country of May and in the process, historians wake up that that was just a red herring.

      • April 23, 2019 at 11:19

        If Assange could come up with some secret emails or recordings, they would be the Darling Bugs of May.

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