News that a taxi driver in the English county of Devon has been threatened with losing her livelihood for displaying the English flag on her cab, may seem a minor incident, but looking deeper into the issue uncovers a concerted effort to ban the Cross of St George and discourage any form of English identity.
I would accept the charge of exaggeration or hyperbole but the anti-English behavior of the zealots in Devon is far from being an isolated incident. Agenda driven bureaucrats from politicized institutions all across England, including local authorities, teachers and the police, are clamping down hard, using threats and intimidation, to discourage any display of English identity, no matter how small.
The fact that this is a concerted, coordinated effort to eradicate English symbols and identity by institutions all across England is indisputable proof that there is an official policy to replace English culture in England.
In the case of the cabbie in Devon, a mealy mouthed weasel from Teignmouth council named Mark Walters claimed that the small St George badges are "in breach of equality laws" and went on to say that the badges "puts anyone not English at a disadvantage in their day to day life".
This pathetic, anti-English apparatchik admitted that there was only a single complaint in over a year; which was all this jumped up little creep needed to puff up his chest and use his perceived authority to threaten an English lady with the loss of her livelihood.
Councillors in Thurrock, Essex called on the police to force taxi cab drivers to remove the St George flags from their vehicles despite the fact that it was St George's Day. It's a pity that the new politicized police 'service' didn't demonstrate the same enthusiasm when Muslim hate preachers flew the crescent moon flag during the repatriation of the remains of British heroes from the war zones.
The words from an anonymous spokesweasel for Thurrock council demonstrates the arrogance of the modern day agenda driven bureaucrat and the assumption that they control the people rather than the other way round. "In the spirit of St George's Day we are happy to let them display the flag but they will have to remove them after the event". The use of we and they in this case should give cause for concern that the bureaucrats have a high opinion of themselves and assuming authority beyond their mandate.
On the south coast of England, taxi drivers in Southampton are being threatened by bureaucrats with the loss of their livelihoods for displaying signs informing customers that they speak English. This is a reaction to complaints that there is a plethora of taxi drivers in the town that are unable to communicate in England's native tongue.
An anti-English grievance monger and race baiter by the name of Ged Gubby claims this is racist, however if there were similar signs displaying an Urdu, Hindi or Swahili speaker Gubby claims this would not be racist.
I am sure that the author of this article, Alex Deane, speaks for us all when he muses thus:
'" I am left wondering - (1) how we ever let things get his far, when councils intrude into the lives of residents in such an absurd way; (2) how anyone on the said council could actually think that it was right to do so.; (3) why some people in this country hate our own language and flag so much".
The ethnic cleansing of English culture (de-homogenizing is the politically correct term) has been long planned and was clearly in evidence during the last World Cup soccer tournament in South Africa.
Binmen (garbage collectors to our American cousins) from the soccer mad city of Liverpool, were threatened with the sack if they displayed the flag of St. George in support of England's campaign. Taxi drivers in the East English county of Kent were similarly threatened.
An anonymous spokesweasel for the Enterprise-Liverpool garbage company blamed driver visibility and pedestrian safety for his anti-English actions while Roger Vick, the designated spokesweasel for the Kent licencing authority blamed public perception.
This faceless bureaucrat and anti-English enforcer is quoted as saying: "a taxi has to be seen as a public service vehicle". He then proceeds to blabber on and patronise the cab users of Kent who he assumes must be totally incapable of spotting a taxi.
"If a taxi has flags this could create confusion as to whether it was a public service vehicle or not. We are not being killjoys. There is a degree of health and safety as well".
It's not just local council bureaucrats and the police who are aiding and abetting the ethnic cleansers; brainwashing the kids from an early age requires the cooperation of school teachers, many of whom are only too happy to oblige.
A government report found that politically correct teachers were punishing school kids by sending them home if they wore clothing which displayed the cross of St George.
The guilty people in the 'progressive' movement can try to deny it as much as they like but the evidence that there is a coordinated campaign to ethnically cleanse or de-homogenise, English culture is overwhelming. (See here for more St George ban behavior).
In conclusion it's worth showing two iconic women who represent the faces of England and let the reader decide which one is preferable:
Firstly, Vera Lynn, the wartime darling of the British forces, English patriot and tireless motivator of the British people during their darkest hour when the lonely fight against the National Socialist German Workers Party looked hopeless.
There'll Always Be An England ( to be inspired this is a must see video)
Read the lyrics here
Secondly by way of comparison here is Rotherham's own Common Purpose trained England hater Joyce Thacker.
Dogmatic multi-culturalism ( to be depressed this is a must see video)
Sincere apologies for invoking the odious spirit of Joyce Thacker on a Friday and no insult was intended by putting her on the same page as Vera Lynn.
I can only suggest that after watching Joyce Thacker one takes a long hot shower to cleanse the body then imbibe five fingers of your favourite tipple to cleanse the mind.
Update: It would appear that some clarification is in order with reference to my status and attitude.
I was born and bred in the South Wales coalfield. I am a citizen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. That's what it says on my passport.
I support the four unique cultures that make up the United Kingdom.
I have always been a fan of the English people and their culture from Shakespeare to the Premier League, from cricket to English ale. I recognize that England is the dominant culture of these islands.
That makes me a realist not a traitor.
Wales has played its part in British history and sacrificed blood and treasure to keep it free.
I am a proud Welshman.
I am also a British patriot.
I am not ashamed of who I am.
I am proud of British history.
I am not ashamed of our past.
God Bless England and the United Kingdom.