Today, 14th October, is a black day in the history of England. It is the anniversary of the last time our people were defeated in our own land by a foreign conqueror, and subjected to the harsh rule of Immigrant overlords.
It is the anniversary of the Battle of Hastings, 1066. A day in which the elected King of the English was killed by a band of semi-barbarian adventurers, bandits and pirates recruited to despoil our homeland by a brutal warlord, William Duke of Normandy, known at the time, aptly in more ways than one, as The Bastard.
After King Harold and his gallant band of patriots were slaughtered on that evil day, Duke William parcelled out our land amongst his cronies, purged natives from every position of power, and savagely crushed all resistance, slaughtering men, women and children as he and his henchmen laid waste much of the last islands of national resistance in Northern England.
For over three hundred years, English people were second class citizens in their own country. A status reflected in the infamous Law of Englishry, whereby crimes by natives against the Immigrant minority were punished much more harshly than when perpetrator and victim were both mere native English.
Nearly a thousand years have passed since that last foreign conquest of our country. We have beaten off every attempt to invade us by force of arms in the nine and a half centuries since the Normans succeeded.
But now we are facing a more subtle and cunning Conquest by Immigrants. They land on our shores waving not swords and lances but passports and asylum applications. And they are met not by the muster of the Shires in arms, the Great Fyrd of England, but by apathy and complacency.
Even though the invaders bent on this new Conquest grow in numbers apace whilst our own folk decline. And even though, as in the dark days after the last Conquest, Englishmen and Englishwomen are once again legally second class citizens in their own country.
In a new Law of Englishry, crimes by natives against Immigrants are again punished by the Courts more harshly than where both perpetrator and victim are only native English. This time crimes against the Immigrant invader are classed as “racially aggravated” and officially and by law attract harsher penalties than crimes against us, just as in the courts of the Norman Conqueror.
Indeed, just as did Norman William, our current rulers punish words as well as deeds against the invasion. Just as last time, we English all have to watch what we say about our new neighbours, or we will be thrown in jail. Last time for lese majeste, this time for “inciting racial hatred”.
Last time, the invaders were relatively few in number and ethnically our close kin, fellow Northern Europeans. So they were eventually swallowed up without trace in our people, and our higher culture won through. We English were ruled by our own folk, speaking our own tongue, again. Though we had suffered three hundred years of darkness and tyranny to get there.
This time the Immigrants are far more numerous relatively and far less like us ethnically. Worse, they have a much higher birth rate than we do, so every year there are more of them and fewer of us. If anyone is swallowed up this time, it will be us, not them.
Unless we organise whilst we still can to hold and safeguard our homeland as we have held it for the nine and a half centuries since last we were conquered by foreigners, when the thousandth anniversary of Hastings dawns, we shall be an ethnic minority in our own country, conquered not for a few generations but forever.
The choice is ours….