Tag: Immigration

Marx and Immigration

Popinjay, Going Postal
Extreme far-right, anti-immigration, little Englander Karl Marx

The Labour Party is currently led by Jeremy ‘Marxism is a philosophy for all time’ Corbyn, and John ‘Let me be straight with you, I am a Marxist’ McDonnell. Both are fanatically in favour of open borders, but what did their intellectual hero say about the economic benefits of the free movement of Labour, and who reaps the rewards, and who loses out?

Well, in Das Kapital, Marx notes that slave owners have to look after their slaves if they are going to make a profit from their labour, unless there are cheaply available slaves as  a result of a flourishing slave trade, in which case they can work their slaves to death and replace them.

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The Relevance of Christianity – Part One

Jonathon Davies, Going Postal
Saint Pepe of Kekistan. 6th Century Byzantine school.

The State of Affairs

According to the 2011 census, Christians make up 59.5% of the UK population. Those with no religion make up 25.7%. Then you have Islam, Hinduism, Sikhism, Judaism and Buddhism. Anglicans make up the majority of Christians, followed by Catholics like myself (I regard the current Pope as a cuck who should be removed from office). Church attendances have been falling, while Islam has been increasing. The media (we all know who) constantly assault the church and Christian faith. This was seen with the various hatchet jobs on Jacob Rees-Mogg for saying what he believed in. Nothing is sacred any longer, except Islam. People have fallen out of love with Christianity, and now turn to the internet for salvation. Men can become women, women can become men. It seems anyone can marry almost anything. We appear to be culturally cast adrift, and morals are breaking down all around us. Almost anything goes. The news no longer shocks. We have seen people die live on T.V. What more is there? For many, science is the new religion, the new God.

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To revalue, or not to revalue

Truthsayer, Going Postal

Business Rates are in line for a revaluation. It has been all over the news, and of course London is spitting feathers with the most complaining coming from Sadiq Khan (http://theasianpost.co.uk/sadiq-khan-business-rates-reforms-place-our-local-high-streets-under-threat/ ).

Recently a decent article on the matter was actually published in the business pages of the Telegraph (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/02/21/business-rates-good-tax-government-should-stick-guns-revalue/ ) which cut to the chase and encouraged HMG to avoid the customary back-pedalling on these occasions by our usually spineless leaders. Its author clearly hopes that rents will drop because of the the rise in rates, but it is unclear that the modern economy works that way now.
The points made in the Telegraph article were good, but failed to totally hit the mark from a GP reader’s perspective, and did leave a little of the usual invisible elephant in the room unspoken.
London will be hit hardest by the proposed valuation. This is because rates are based on notional rental values. Rental values for business premises have gone up a lot in London. That in turn is because domestic property prices have risen substantially, along with domestic rents.
Business premises have been squeezed as landlords look at the value of land and property in the domestic market, and just sell for a song to developers who can convert the premises to flats, or just demolish the site and build flats from scratch. Brentford in West London seems to be a prime example of this.

Take a Walk on the Wild Side

Coloniescross, Going Postal

On Wednesday of this week Colin Cross, Mrs Cross and their younger daughter decided to take advantage of the nice weather and a rare day of leisure to complete the 8 mile walk on the coastal path from Whitehaven to St Bees. The route follows the cliff path above some of the most inaccessible coast line of England, consequently the high sandstone cliffs are a haven for sea birds of all types, most especially Cormorants and Guillemots, along with Fulmars, Razorbills and assorted Gulls. It had been the intention of Colin and Laura to try to get some photographs of said birds, but owing either to the lovely weather, the calmness of the sea or the lateness of the season there were very few birds in evidence.

The logistics of this walk are ideal, if you are lucky enough to find a parking space at Whitehaven railway station you can walk along the marina front, past the Beacon museum and the candlestick mine ventilation shaft and onto the cliff proper, once past Haig Pit mining museum you leave “civilisation” behind and start the first of the challenging but not severe climbs. At the end of the walk there is somewhere to get a drink or an ice cream and then a half mile to St Bees station and back to the car in 9 minutes.

But this piece isn’t about the joys of walking with one’s family, away from the bustle of everyday life, it’s about the jobs you can’t get the natives to do, the jobs that English people think are beneath them and about how this argument, as delivered on an almost daily basis by the ABBC and our political and artistic elite just doesn’t hold water, at least not in those places yet to feel the full benefit of “enrichment”.

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The Path and survival of the Young Migrant Male to England

Eraser of Love, Going Postal

‘Further Renaissance Men and Vessels of high Dojo academia and intelligentsia, disembark to continue their Ulysses Odyssey of the Kentish Hinterlands..’ Here , David Attenborough records their migration and mating Patterns to the UK islands… “..Upon the Young male migrants arrival to this fertile Island , his simian brutish desires and underdeveloped homo sapien pineal gland compels him to shit on our green belt and ravage our crops to mark his territory.

His Burning sexual thirst rages after his long journey To this undiscovered Country , and other than quenching his lust by Blurting his load into his fellow unaided child travellers in the back of his Eddie Stopbart Carriage, He must sate his sexual desires and impregnate his toxic missing link seed into the fertile womb of an indigenous Female to this island with her own state funded dwelling .

The force of Nature has driven the young migrant male all his life. As a Young Boy he cultivated much needed crops in the khat fields which were essential for his starving family , eschewing the growing of wheat and maize, as their cultural needs to get off their collective tits was their birthright. It was up to others to provide Food for his starving baby brothers and sisters.

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There’s more than one way to destroy a country

Stay Puft, Going Postal
Stay Puft, destroyer of worlds

I had an epiphany not long ago. Unfortunately it wasn’t a happy epiphany. In fact, it was the very opposite. But I’ll come to that shortly.

First, I’ll begin with what eventually led to my epiphany. I sometimes like to escape into fantasy or daydreams as a way to salve moments of despondency or those periods in which one despairs at the state of the world, and one of the things I like to ponder on is the idea of going into stasis so that I can wake up 100 years from now. As a somewhat eternal optimist, and admittedly perhaps a naïve one, I like to believe that no matter how terrible things are in the world now, surely things will be better in the far future. I’d like to believe that the people of Earth in 2116 will not be living with the daily threat of islamic terrorism and that Britain has not become a nation defined entirely by mosques, halal meat, child grooming and FGM.

When discussing this fantasy scenario with others, it has been pointed out to me that life in 2116 would be so vastly different to what I’m used to that it would be virtually impossible to adapt and become acclimatised. This is certainly true. When one considers the pace of technological advances in only the last 30 years, we can’t begin to imagine what will happen over the next hundred.

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Immigration – Not a ‘Toxic’ Topic : Part 4…..Summary


‘On Immigration’, a process…not ‘On Immigrants’, who are people.
Vote LEAVE – Take Control
It is a duty to discuss immigration and its control. To the political movements that have sought to silence discourse on this subject, who have made the subject socially toxic, shame on you all.
Steve Hilton, former adviser to David Cameron the Prime Minister, has admitted what we all know to be true. Whilst the UK continues its membership of the EU, the UK Government can not control immigration. In this admission, Steve Hilton demonstrates that democracy is dead and that the Prime Minister is prepared to lie to the people. Shamelessness appears second nature in the cess pit of UK politics in the 21st Century.


Immigration – Not a ‘Toxic’ Topic…..(Part 3)


‘On Immigration’, a process… 

“…I pity the poor immigrant
Who tramples through the mud
Who fills his mouth with laughing
And who builds his town with blood
Whose visions in the final end
Must shatter like the glass
I pity the poor immigrant, 
         His gladness comes to pass…”  Bob Dylan

 …not ‘On Immigrants’, who are people.
In Part 1[1], the term immigration was defined, and official government statistics relating to nett immigration rates were introduced. The assertion was put, that immigration must be controlled to enable planners to undertake their function, such that peacefulness and well-being in our society can be sustained.
In Part 2[2], the reader was asked to put themselves in the shoes of the planner to understand how controlling immigration is necessary, both practically and morally, to improve the potential future well-being and sustainability of society’s institutions and public service providers, to service the interests of UK residents.


Immigration – Not a ‘Toxic’ Topic…..(Part 2)


‘On Immigration’, a process… 

“…I pity the poor immigrant
Whose strength is spent in vain
Whose heaven is like Ironsides
Whose tears are like rain
Who eats but is not satisfied
Who hears but does not see
Who falls in love with wealth itself
And turns his back on me…”
  Bob Dylan

 …not ‘On Immigrants’, who are people.

In Part 1, the term immigration was defined, and official government statistics relating to nett immigration rates were introduced. The assertion was put, that immigration must be controlled to enable planners to undertake their function, such that peacefulness and wellbeing in our society can be sustained and improved.

The immigration figures for 2015 were reported on by the BBC on 26th May 2016 and the graph released (see below) indicates the nett immigration rate at approximately 330,000 persons per year. Not the tens of thousands which the Conservative Party had been given a mandate to achieve, and upon which David Cameron, the Prime Minister, had made a ‘cast iron’* promise. 

[*Material scientists and engineers of machines, pipelines and structures will be most familiar with the particular weakness of cast iron. Brittleness. A propensity to fail and shatter – vulnerable to bending, tension and shock. Prone to impurities at conception generating unpredictable built-in flaws.]
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Inflation; the EU project and the challenge of so called “inequality”

AW, Going-Postal.Net
Money, lots of money

Is inflation a good thing, or a bad thing? If you are a Middle class Brit, aged in their 30’s with a big mortgage, inflation is a very good thing indeed! Rising wages reduces the effective cost of your mortgage repayments but more importantly increases the value of your home, reducing the relative overall cost of your debt.

Inflation has been fundamental in enabling the United Kingdom to pay off its war debts and also recover from the financial mess of the 1970s. Inflation was instrumental in enabling people in our country to buy their own homes in the 1980’s through to 2000; Inflation has in effect created free money through the creation of equity. Churchill always said that we live in an entirely false economy.

Sadly if you are in your twenties or mid-thirties you have quite likely missed this boat. High loan to value mortgages and stagnant house prices (for normal people) has meant that in the past 10 years you have very little to show for your hard work and investing in your own home. Compare that to the preceding 10 years, or even the 10 years before that, where you could have expected to double your money easily. Low inflation has not been good for you! Your house is worth the same, your wages are the same, and you are quite literally going nowhere.

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