David Cameron and the Anti-White Alliance
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David Hamilton
Cameron and the Anti-White Alliance


David Cameron and the Anti-White Alliance

On Tommy Boyd's talk Radio show of 17 February Weyman Bennett described David Cameron as a supporter of the Marxist UAF!
Are the Conservatives, we wonder, still the patriotic party or a Con that pretends to support the nation but when in power carry on with the work of the Labour Party? Bennet accused the BNP of violence but at 2008 Red White Blue, 33 arrests were recorded - including left wing thugs throwing rocks at children and elderly people. Yet no members or supporters of the BNP were arrested. What is Cameron doing with people like that if he is a Tory?

The Daily Mail of 22 January reported his speaking to think tank Demos which is The Progressive Conservatism Project developing policies and ideas that are radical. Conservatives are now pursuing progressive goals which were once left-wing like social justice, social mobility and an end to poverty. How, they ask, can these be achieved through 'conservative' means? They are turning the Conservative party into a neo-Marxist outfit like Nulab!

Cameron said his party wants to abolish child poverty and increase social mobility. The four aims of 'progressive Conservatism' are - a fair society, a green environment, safety for citizens and equal opportunity... 'Yes, they are ends that we share with people in the Labour Party, the Liberal Democrat Party and right across the mainstream political spectrum. But no, we do not agree about how best to achieve those ends."(1)

What people fail to understand is that the Conservative Party is no longer conservative. They should be done under Advertising Standards laws or change their name. They are another aspect of PC ideology Party. You cannot "change" the fundamental tenets of Conservatism but you can become something else behind the name. In 1991 the party got rid of the remaining traditionalists when it purged the Monday Club to make it another vehicle of neo-Marxism, PC and to serve the Globalists agenda.

What do traditional Conservatives believe? American Conservative Robert Nisbet (1966): "The ethos of Conservatism is tradition…...defence of social tradition and emphasis on the values of community, kinship, hierarchy, authority, and religion; add also Conservatism's premonition of social chaos surmounted by absolute power once individuals have become wrenched from the context of these values by the forces of liberalism and radicalism. The Conservatives began with the reality of the institutional order as they found it, the order bequeathed by history".

The sense of belonging to a people and a putting their interests first was shown by Indian PM, Mrs Gandhi's, 'Indianisation' policies commenced about 1962 in which Europeans were asked to leave their posts on the basis of race; the the Africanisation policies of Robert Mugabe, are cruel and brutal and, even though they can not run their society, they see it as theirs and want to do it for themselves; the Africanisation policies of the ANC are racist but multi-racialists and anti-racists support racist policies if they are against "white people"! There was the expulsion of over 10 million Europeans between 1945 and 1948 on the basis of their race and nationality.

Indigenous Indians are given preference in India - in fact we wouldn't be allowed in and if we did wouldn't be eligible for anything. Every country puts the interests of its own first, but our establishment want to see the indigenous British dispossessed in their own country. Why don't the elites just admit they hate us and want to destroy us?

In September(2008) , in a speech to the Israeli parliament, Gordon Brown called on the nations of the world to ensure that our era becomes the century of the global community. He swore to a "make a reality of the vision of a global society in which we create global civic institutions that turn words of friendship into bonds of human solidarity".

David Cameron is also a servant of the global elites pushing for globalism. During his visit to Rwanda last summer, while there was severe flooding in his Whitney, Oxfordshire constituency, he showed which people he supported: ˜There is no domestic or foreign any more. In this world today, we are all in it together."

Most of his main ideological concerns are the same as the other elites and as Brown has shown a main part of the globalist vision is the creation of a new corporate and political network which would operate beyond nations.

The Utopians believed that harmony could be made on earth not heaven by world government. H. G. Wells, the science fiction writer and socialist philosopher, was an advocate of a "permanent world congress" and specialised international agencies which would end the nation state. Patriotism, he believed, was "mere flag-waving with no constructive duties".

Now the dreamers are in power and doing it through deceit and manipulation.
Cameron visited Bolton on Monday 5th January 2009 and addressed a more than 1,000 leading members of the Asian community, at the Reebok Stadium. Cameron ignored the indigenous populatiion. He announced: "We have hitherto been able to rise to the challenge and sustain our coherence and unity. We have done so through a combination of a steadfast faith in our institutions and values, such as freedom under the rule of law, pluralism and tolerance….and because society - not only the majority community but the minority community too - were prepared to stand together as one. There is no reason to think we cannot do the same today."

But he knows that under the EU "Rule of Law" and the other values he cited like "our institutions" are being scrapped. Very hypocritical!

The one-sided view of racism which ignores the horrendous crimes our people are subjected to including the routine raping of our little girls by older Muslim gangs is typical of the caste: " First, a concerted attack on racism and soft bigotry. You can't even start to talk about a truly integrated society while people are suffering racist insults and abuse, as many still are in our country on a daily basis. We must also be careful about the language we use.

No Muslim I've ever met is offended by Christmas, or supports its replacement with 'Winterval'. But many Muslims I've talked to about these issues are deeply offended by the use of the word 'Islamic' or 'Islamist' to describe the terrorist threat we face today"(2) like Home Secretary, Jacqui Smith's call to describe Muslim terrorism as "anti-Islamic activity."

British politics are run by Utopians, optimists and Romantic Idealists since WWII - look at the practical consequences. Utopians brought millions of immigrants to make our lives better and, still say it - Cameron is one of them. There is also cheap labour for commerce.
In his 2007 conference speech Cameron spoke without notes, to suggest they were deeply felt beliefs yet he was clearly reciting a script, which said nothing. He asked the audience, "What do I believe?" and answered, "I am by nature an optimist." We assume his answer meant, " Everything will turn out well in the end."

Like other "Caste" elites he has no sense of duty or honour - his political career comes first. Small differences aside the Libs, Labs, and Cons, have the same ideology and Cameron in the speech signalled that he belongs: "I think our diverse and multi-racial society is a huge benefit for Britain." Anything less and his career is over.

He joined in the Persecution of Prince Harry demonstrating that the non-Conservatives will not defend our people's norms nor the monarchy as traditionally, but are the same as the other mainstream parties, the intellectual and cultural elites, commerce and the media - attacking our traditions and ways to prepare us for utopia. Like all Utopians, Cameron is an optimist about the ultimate conclusion of British society in a multi-racial, one-world. Prime Ministers don't question dominant state- ideology - they slot into it.

Like the others he says what he has to to get elected not what is needed to save the country. The common features of this ilk are Political correctness, ambition and cowardice which prevents them addressing the real problems affecting us. They try to convince us that if we also fantasise that things will turn out well, they will. But things only work out well when done well.

Optimists can't solve problems that optimists have created. They thought the multiracial society would work because they thought it would. Even though their utopia is a nightmare, they will not face it but make us scapegoats when anything goes wrong by using the all-purpose pejorative "racism" which only whites can be.

The media puff him up as they did with Gordon Brown and the Archbishop of Canterbury. Politicians are always pictured in mid-flow, with a finger raised as authority figures when really they are weak and inadequate. The Daily Telegraph said the speech: "…explained in detail his vision of how to change Britain." It did no such thing.

It was the same script we get from all establishment politicians - changing this and changing that, but they never make a real point like what they are going to change - what into what, why and how? Our inadequate leaders haven't got it and hope something will turn up.

What they call change is more of the same in a different guise. They mean repackaging. They've set us on this course and they're determined to see it through, and there will be no change until establishment liars, cowards, and parasites have been replaced by people for whom self interest is not the prime motivating factor.

Like Obama's inaugural speech Cameron's vision to the conference had no substance: "We need change for the long term, hope for our country and optimism for the next generation…". Merely buzz-words - "…change …long term …hope …our country …optimism …next generation," but no 'detailed' explanation of the vision that the Telegraph praised.

The only thing he stated with certainty was that he supports mass immigration: "I think this country has benefited immeasurably from immigration". If immigration isn't the problem, what is? He enlightened us: "I want to tell you what's wrong with our country and I want to explain what I am going to do to put it right " …if we really want to tackle crime, if we really want to make our society stronger then you have got to make families stronger and society more responsible …we must make our country safer and greener and give people more freedom and control of their lives…" …families …stronger …responsible …our country …safer …greener …freedom - more buzz-words without meaning.

The population does not see society through the same ideology and have to be browbeaten by moral lectures and corralled by totalitarian laws and a politicised police. Few indeed share his view that immigration has benefited Britain 'immeasurably' and most people were they not frightened of being persecuted by the state and "free" would say so.

What he really means is that he wants people to be free to say what the "caste" want them to say, and to have control over their lives so that the "caste" can manage them in the way they want to.

His knee jerk response to faux pas of Patrick Mercer and Nigel Hastilow show what this "freedom" means - persecution of dissidents.

A new kind of Tory? In his 68 minute long conference speech ostensibly about British society he didn't refer to our Christian traditions or the threat that Islam poses to them. He is on the other side. He interpreted the worries over immigration as concern about the effect it has on services, education, health, housing, and ignored the more important effect it is having on British culture and the dispossession of ethnic Britons.
Then he enthused about what he thinks important - persuading ethnic groups to become Tories. He told the audience they must, "…get out amongst Britain's ethnic minority communities and find the brightest, the best and the most talented and get them in."

One of "...the brightest, the best and the most talented" members of "…the ethnics " is Baroness Warsi. He was so impressed by Warsi that he wanted her on board at any price. And when she failed to make it and lost to Labour's Shahid Malik in the 2005 general election he had her made a Baroness to encourage other Asians. She became minister responsible for 'cohesion'.

We're in safe hands. He told the conference, "I am proud that I can stand here with the first Muslim woman of a Shadow Cabinet or Cabinet in Sayeeda Warsi who will be a great talent for our party and our country." Baroness Warsi is a former immigration lawyer. She was involved with Operation Black Vote and the left wing pro-immigration Joseph Rowntree Trust. Last year she was co-author of a report that made the case for allowing refused asylum seekers to enter the economy.

She is his Lord Ahmed who Blair appointed to the House of Lords, swearing his oath of allegiance to Queen and Country on the Koran. Ahmed was both the first Muslim to be appointed to the Lords, and the first Lord to lead delegations on behalf of the British government to Saudi Arabia for the Haj, or Muslim pilgrimage.

In February 2005 he hosted a book launch for the infamous anti-Semite Jöran Jermas at the House of Lords, where Jermas launched into a fundamentalist Muslims tirade against Zionists. This fawning on immigrants presents us as weak and afraid of them which is what emboldened Ahmed to threaten to mobilise 10,000 Muslims to stop Geert Wilders entering The Palace of Westminster!(3) Jacqui smityh, Home secretary banned Wilders!
In May 2007 Cameron stayed with a Muslim family in Birmingham and wrote in the Observer of 13th may 2007: "Last week, I spent two days staying with Abdullah and Shahida Rehman and their family in Birmingham. The experience has strengthened my conviction about the right way to build a more cohesive Britain... by using the word 'Islamist' to describe the threat, we actually help do the terrorist ideologues' work for them, confirming to many impressionable young Muslim men that to be a 'good Muslim', you have to support their evil campaign." Cameron's argument that otherwise peaceful Muslims can be persuaded to embrace terrorism by the mere association of the words 'Islamist' and 'threat' is either absurd or the ultimate in unintentional truths.

He uses us whites as scapegoats: "Many British Asians see a society that hardly inspires them to integrate. Indeed, they see aspects of modern Britain which are a threat to the values they hold dear - values which we should all hold dear." It's our fault, again. I should have guessed.

He revealed the establishment agenda to deculture as well as dispossess us: "Not for the first time, I found myself thinking that it is mainstream Britain which needs to integrate more with the British Asian way of life, not the other way around."

To help shift society in this direction Cameron set up the Conservative Muslim Forum, a sort of Tory equivalent of the National Black Police Association, which 'advises' the Conservative Party on how best to assimilate us to Muslims. The CMF wants the compulsory history curriculum in schools changed to give full recognition to the "…massive contribution (sic) that Islam has made to the development of Western civilisation".and the "caste" is introducing the same agenda into our schools and teaching our children to see 7/7 through the eyes of the bombers! This is teaching our children to submit to Islam and to cover the terrorists in glory. (4)

Recently, Dr Muhammad Abdul Bari head of the Muslim Council of Britain was calling for Britain to adopt Islamic customs and labelling us a Nazis for daring to question the infinite benefits of Islam. Good old Tory values! Conservative Cameron concludes that British society is collapsing because it's not sufficiently Asian: "We have a responsibility to change to accommodate immigrants so they fit in". He's made this perfectly clear which is why the Conservative Muslim Forum and the Muslim Council of Britain are emboldened to demand that Britain change to take account of their ways and laud their achievements.

Cameron's false Conservatives like Labour are increasing the influence of Islam on this country.

Lets end by reminding ourselves what a traditional Tory is: On May 24 1929, Stanley Baldwin, three times Prime Minister, said :"Let us keep this thought ever in our mind: "that each one of us, so far as in him lies, will strive to keep these islands a fit nursery for Our Race".

(1) http://www.divinity.cam.ac.uk/cip/docume...peech2.pdf

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/...ommunities

(2) http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-....o-Muslim s.html

(3)http://www.spectator.co.uk/melaniephilli...error.html

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/...ty-central

(4) http://www.independent.co.uk/news/educat...27062.html

http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2000/apr/07/race.world


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