June 2024

“Earth has not anything to show more fair……”

Earth has not anything to show more fair:
Dull would he be of soul who could pass by
A sight so touching in its majesty:
This City now doth, like a garment, wear
The beauty of the morning; silent, bare,
Ships, towers, domes, theatres and temples lie
Open unto the fields, and to the sky;
All bright and glittering in the smokeless air.
Never did sun more beautifully steep
In his first splendor, valley, rock, or hill;
Ne’er saw I, never felt, a calm so deep!
The river glideth at his own sweet will:
Dear God! The very houses seem asleep;
And all that mighty heart is lying still!

(William Wordsworth)

Yesterday I had the misfortune to visit London. As there were two of us going and the train was too expensive, I decided to drive. After all, I would get to London after the morning rush hour and leave before the evening rush hour. So, what could go wrong?

My average speed for the 240 mile journey (90% of it on motorways) was a stunning 34 mph.

Motorists start to queue in heavy traffic on the M25 between junction 12 and 13 near Egham, Surrey, as the August Bank Holiday getaway begins.

But why? Because there is no rush hour in London any more. London is so overcrowded that the ‘rush hour’ now lasts from about 07.00h to about 20.00h and the M25 looks more like a car park than a ring road.

In the last 15 years of uncontrolled open doors immigration, over 7,500,000 migrants have moved to Britain. About half are coming from the EU and most of those will work. The other 3,750,000 are violent, intolerant, inbred, illiterate, unemployable subhumans who are coming to destroy our health system and schools, ravage our housing stock and bankrupt our benefits system.

A large number of these new arrivals have settled in or near London:


Here is a list of the world’s ten largest cities. Most are filthy, Third-World cesspits. London ‘proudly’ comes in at number 8:

  1. Shanghai – 24356,000
  2. Karachi – 23,500,000
  3. Beijing – 21,516,000
  4. Delhi – 16,350,000
  5. Lagos – 16,060,000
  6. Tjanjin – 15,200,000
  7. Istanbul – 14,160,000
  8. London – 13,700,000
  9. Tokyo – 13,513,000
  10. Mumbai – 12,440,000

In addition to reaching London, I had to travel into the City. On the way to my meeting, I walked most of the way across town. But even that wasn’t so simple – crowds, crowds and more crowds:


On the way back, I took the tube. One tube line was stopped due to a security scare. Another hardly had any trains due to a signalling failure. And the crowds on the remaining trains were beyond belief:


London is falling apart – every daylight hour is ‘rush hour’, the roads are congested, the streets are overcrowded, the infrastructure is struggling and quality of life is declining.

The latest statistics show that only one in every three supposed ‘Londoners’ was born in Britain. Two thirds of London’s population are migrants.

I’ll leave it up to you to decide whether what our rulers have done to our once beautiful capital city is progress or the opposite.

Still, at least it’s fairly safe to walk around the centre of London, unlike Paris where migrant and gypsy gangs of pickpockets, muggers and rapists freely roam the streets.

3 comments to “Earth has not anything to show more fair……”

  • David Brown

    Thanks to the mass immigration policy England has more people per square mile than any EU member state and more than India and China.
    This rapid population increase has enabled the Government to make claims about the size of the economy.All its really done is add to our import costs and drive up housing costs. BHS ,Comet and Woolworths had a bigger economy in turnover than Poundland.
    Does anyone know what are Gold and foreign currency reserves are I believe that are low.

  • JAMes Moore

    One of my favourite phrases that always reared its head was, “… a team, we can take this forward” which if not embarrassing enough, was always followed by a tumbling hand gesture, which was presumably directed at those who were hard of hearing (….or hopefully had switched off). Complete bollocks that attempted to shovel the same crap using a different shovel.

    I remember in my early days asking my manager how the company could justify the expenditure on consultants, when we had already paid managers a very good wage to do the same job. Moreover, If they truly could find savings, wouldn’t this be embarrassing for those in charge of those said areas? No answer was ever forthcoming and I was reminded once again that if I wasn’t part of the solution then I must be part of the problem. It convinced me from then on that the term ‘office space’ was just a euphemism for collective brown nosing in a room that had been starved of any common sense.

    Or as they say, “Plus ca change, plus c’est la meme chose” – new bollocks for old bollocks!

  • Barry Richards

    London is just as busy at night. I just don’t go there anymore for work or leisure. Politicians haven’t got a clue. 13.7 million I can well believe, 8.5 living there with the rest working and visiting. Good old Blighty. Seems to have changed to blighted.

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