There is a certain irony in the legal action being pursued by the European Commission against the British Government for (allegedly) being in breach of the Withdrawal Agreement. Agreement to the Withdrawal Agreement, by the British Government, was secured by no less serious an act than a clear breach of the Lisbon Treaty.
It needs saying clearly that white lives matter in a white country where our government has a primary duty to protect our indigenous people, just as African or Pakistani governments should protect the indigenous people in their countries. Let’s not get started on the rights and wrongs of the British Empire – that was all a long time ago. The issue of invasive aliens flooding across the Channel from France in inflatable boats, and being assisted by our own “rescuing” border force to gain unjustified entry into Britain, is a shameful slur on our British government.
August 9th get posters up to celebrate Indigenous/Whites Lives MatterWhite British people built everything in the UK. Across the UK different patriotic groups are asking supporters to print off and display in as many places as possible ‘White Lives Matter’ posters. Further to take photos and upload them to social media (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Parler etc) with the hastag #whitelivesmatter
It was the first time since 2011 that net migration — the different between immigration and emigration — was negative.Mattias Tesfaye said that “whenever possible, it is only natural for refugees to travel back to their homeland. I am glad that we can give people protection while it is needed. But I’m also happy every time a refugee can return home.”
George’s emblem, a red cross on a white background was adopted by Richard the Lionheart and brought to England in the 12th century, when the king’s soldiers would wear it on their tunics to denote their English allegiance and avoid confusion in battle.AS well is being the Patron Saint of England St George is also the Patron Saint of several other countries and of Scouting. On the Sunday nearest to 23 April scouts and guides throughout England traditionally parade through the streets on their way to church.