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HE’S RIGHT, YOU KNOW

By Pete Moore On September 12th, 2017

FIVE minutes this takes. Five minutes into a world of truth –

Commies have long been on the case of the British Empire. But they have the freedom to do that, thanks to our magnificent, buccaneering forebears. They’re still wrong, but when didn’t the Left lie?

Look at most of the lands which were coloured pink. Now compare to those unfortunate places never to feel the beneficial embrace of the Pax Britannica. It’s like chalk and cheese. So let’s be clear: the British Empire is the greatest thing that ever happened to an undeserving world.

13 Responses to “HE’S RIGHT, YOU KNOW”

  1. The British Empire is the greatest thing that ever happened to an undeserving world

    I’d be fairly sure that British Asians would agree with you Pete.

  2. Paul

    I’d be fairly sure that British Asians would agree with you Pete.

    I don’t think the Voortrekkers would.

  3. The British Empire was a jewish commercial venture using the British army as its enforcers wherever opposition was met, particularly in India, China and South Africa. Ordinary Britons did not gain and indeed could only survive by serving in the mercenary organisation. There are songs in praise of invading the lands of others:

    http://lyricsplayground.com/alpha/songs/a/ascottishsoldier.shtml

    There was a soldier, a Scottish soldier
    Who wandered far away and soldiered far away
    There was none bolder with good broad shoulder
    He fought many affray, and fought and won

    Nothing about defending one’s homeland which is surely the purpose of an army

    And today, as I noticed the Army recruitment offices in Belmiont Street, Aberdeen, one sees the determined-looking young woman in camouflage gear with the wording – British Army, active around the world: where will you be? Yeah – come and fight for Anglo-American’s mining in Afghanistan

    WTF is the British Army doing around the world? The Help For Heroes charity passes onto the public the costs of looking after wounded mercenaries because that’s what it is.

  4. Ordinary Britons did not gain

    None of them did?

    The many stone houses that were built in London and other cities didn’t house anyone?

    None of them traveled on the roads that were built?

    Ordinary Britons may have been poor but they were probably a lot less poor had there not been an empire, and Britain centered trade within that empire

  5. I’d keep those opinions to yourself next time you’re in the local Sevco supporters club.

  6. a lot less poor than they would have been had there not been if there had been no empire, and Britain centered trade within that empire

  7. “The Gaelic extremist Eamon DeValera!”

    LOL. So the “benign” influence of The British Empire was a positive influence in Ireland. Without it, we Irish would have never evolved and would still have pigs under the table!

    What a load of shit!

  8. LOL. So the “benign” influence of The British Empire was a positive influence in Ireland

    Absolutely Matt.

    The siege of Drogheda, the sacking of Wexford, the Great Hunger, the burning of Cork, partition etc are all testament to it.

  9. Matt McCarthy –

    You misrepresent the narrator. That’s quite dishonest. And de Valera was an extremist by any measure.

  10. You misrepresent the narrator. That’s quite dishonest

    Outstanding 🙂

  11. “You misrepresent the narrator. That’s quite dishonest. And de Valera was an extremist by any measure.”

    LOL. Clearly shows your prejudice and ignorance. The Island of Ireland could have done without English and Scottish interference, thank you very much. As for the rest of the “Commonwealth,” yes they might have benefited for the Commonwealth or they might not have. Who’s to know?

  12. That guy is only pulling your leg, and Pete seems to believe him.

    Obviously someone can be so consistently wrong only if he tries.

    – The British gave the Irish the word “Republic”

    REALITY: The concept started with the Greeks and was put into practice by the French and the US, who brought it to Ireland.

    – In 1940 “Britain stood alone in mortal combat against the combined tyrranies of the Soviet Union and Nazis Germany.

    REALITY: Britain maintained normal diplomatic relations with Moscow even after the infamous Nazi-Soviet pact that allowed Hitler start the war, even after the Soviets invaded Poland a few weeks later; i.e. despite the Soviets doing the very same thing that had led Britain to declare war on Nazi Germany.
    In fact, Britain tried to improve relations with Moscow over the following year and a half, and indeed relations in this period were better than they had been over the previous decade. All the wooing came from Britannia; that’s rather far from being “in mortal combat” with the Soviets.

    – “During negotiations to create the Irish republic” (in 1921)

    REALITY: Wait a minute, did he say “to CREATE an Irish republic”???
    The whole British effort and machinations in those negotiations were precisely to PREVENT an Irish republic, which the Irish people had just voted for. In fact, Lloyd George, who Crocker, or rather Crocker “III”, approvingly quotes, even said that he was prepared to “make terrible and immediate war” against Ireland in order to prevent a republic and to force the Irish delegation to accept domination status.

    Come on, Pete, tell us you know he’s only having fun here.

  13. = dominion status

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