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What could be more pleasant than a weekend cycle ride?

(Weekend blog) What could be more pleasant at the weekend than taking a short leisurely cycle ride through England’s green and pleasant land?

I make no comment on the video below as to comment could be seen by useless PC (Politically-Correct) Plod as ‘waaaccciiiissssst‘, a supposed ‘hate crime’ or even as ‘non-violent extremism’.

Enjoy this little cycle ride:

7 comments to What could be more pleasant than a weekend cycle ride?

  • NoMore

    Busy day at the Dewsbury mosque – Pakistan with benefits.

  • Roy Hartwell

    A totally inclusive society…….99.999999% men !!

  • John Fields

    I could not believe what I was seeing!
    Bloody hell. Have we lost the war?
    Has their invasion succeeded?

  • Great Briton

    Ukip supporters leaving the conference

  • Andrew Eaves

    Critical mass achieved (as in nuclear fusion). All males on street travelling between wife’s, who are not visible because pregnant (or will be) and popping more sprogs. Shockingly evident to me, especially as when in the Enfield (Londonstein) area two weeks ago on several days at school going home time, and what do I see?
    All the kids, secondary school age, are all coloured, and out of a couple of hundred children, I see just one white skin kid. Same can be said for adults, majority coloured, with a couple of white elderly people about.

    We can be sure, sooner or later that technology development will be slowed, financial stress will become larger, the health service will all deteriorate as our beloved seventh century freeloader parasites take there toll.

  • Donald L

    In 1923, Lukacs and other Marxist intellectuals associated with the Communist Party of Germany founded the Institute of Social Research at Frankfurt University in Frankfurt, Germany. The Institute, which became known as the Frankfurt School, was modeled after the Marx-Engels Institute in Moscow. In 1933, when Nazis came to power in Germany, the members of the Frankfurt School fled. Most came to the United States and many became influential in American universities. The Frankfurt School’s studies combined Marxist analysis with Freudian psychoanalysis to form the basis of what became known as “Critical Theory.”

    Critical Theory was essentially destructive criticism of the main elements of Western culture, including Christianity, capitalism, authority, the family, patriarchy, hierarchy, morality, tradition, sexual restraint, loyalty, patriotism, nationalism, heredity, ethnocentrism, convention and conservatism.

    Critical Theorists recognized that traditional beliefs and the existing social structure would have to be destroyed and then replaced with a “new thinking” that would become as much a part of elementary consciousness as the old one had been. Their theories took hold in the tumultuous 1960s, when the Vietnam War opened a Pandora’s Box of reevaluaton and revolution. The student radicals of the era were strongly influenced by revolutionary ideas, among them those of Herbert Marcuse, a member of the Frankfurt School who preach the “Great Refusal,” a rejection of all basic Western concepts and an embrace of sexual liberation, and the merits of feminist and black revolutions. His primary thesis was that university students, ghetto blacks, the alienated, the asocial, and the Third World could take the place of the proletariat in the coming Communist revolution.

    Marcuse may be the most important member of the Frankfurt School in terms of the origins of Political Correctness, because he was the critical link to the counterculture of the 1960s. His objective was clear: “One can rightfully speak of a cultural revolution, since the protest is directed toward the whole cultural establishment, including morality of existing society.”

    When addressing the general public, contemporary advocates of Political Correctness – or Cultural Marxism, as it might just as easily be called – present their beliefs with appealing simplicity as merely a commitment to being “sensitive” to other people and embracing values such as “tolerance” and “diversity.”

    The reality is different. Political Correctness is the use of culture as a sharp weapon to enforce new norms and to stigmatize those who dissent from the new dispensation; to stigmatize those who insist on values that will impede the new “PC” regime: free speech and free and objective intellectual inquiry.

    http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/viewSubCategory.asp?id=552

  • Colin Smith

    Blair, Brown and Cameron have achieved exactly what they set out to achieve. David Cameron implored ‘Muslims should not have to put up with a sea of white Christian faces’ and that he wanted to see the removal of such ‘faces’ from positions of authority in the UK, for said positions to be filled by muslims. Both the CofE and Catholic churches have praised islam to the skies. Investigations into unexplained sources of income have been dropped by the police for fear of ‘offending’ muslim groups. Blair had a stated aim to ‘dilute our shared history’ i.e. destabilise Britain. Mandelson explained his government did ‘all but send out search parties’ to find immigrants so they could ‘rub the nose of the right in diversity’. The EHRC told me personally that a segregated meeting of Labour party candidates (before the election past) was ‘positive action’ because otherwise women may have been too frightened to attend!! Halal is a byword for animal cruelty & suffering on an industrial scale. What of women’s rights and gay rights? What of freedom of speech? Why are our politicians allowed to be openly racist and abuse their own countrymen, yet a woman be arrested & charged and dragged through the courts for using the word ‘pussy’? What of chronic world over-population? Why are our own troops hounded & scrutinised for merely doing their jobs? I see the innocent arrested & charged all the while the guilty go free with a hearty handshake and a big, big grin.

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