The British are arguably the most extraordinary nation in human history. A tiny island dominated almost a quarter of the globe at one stage, and provided a contribution to science, literature, philosophy and overall civilisation out of all proportion to its size and resources. I should really be talking about the Anglo-Saxons here. We on the Celtic fringe have made our contribution and are gifted in our own ways. But can anyone seriously argue that said British achievements would have occurred as they did had all of Britain been inhabited by Celts?
Anyway, inherent pride in these achievements, allied to the bulldog spirit, lead to Britain being almost impossible to invade and conquer. Had Hitler managed to cross the Channel, does anyone seriously believe that a quisling or Vichy government would have arisen? No, any conqueror would have succumbed in short order, unable to hold down the feisty populace.
A picture sent my Essex Boy, one of our regular posters, has occasioned me to reflect on these issues. We know that large parts of Britain (Blackburn, Bradford, Dewsbury) have been colonised by Muslim invaders, and that this is part of an overall plan for Eurabia. But this latest surely represents an almost de jure UDI?
So back to my question. What has changed so much that has resulted in the doughty Englishman becoming so supine? Standing by while their country is overrun by hostile, incompatible and parasitical invaders? It’s an existential question, and I’ve no doubt that future historians will look back and marvel at how it could have happened. Much as they do about Rome now. But that decline took hundreds of years, Britain’s within a couple of generations.
By the way, did you note the relatively innocuous restrictions listed on the sign? This particular version of Dar-al-Islam has omitted to remind intruders of some of the more rigorous restrictions, such as beheadings for infidels, stoning for adultery or amputations for theft. All in good time, all in good time.