'This isn't the Britain we fought for,' say the 'unknown warriors' of WWII

Greg Hengler

11/29/2009 1:34:13 PM - Greg Hengler
I wrote a great deal about this problem facing Britain in my thesis paper. No longer can they be called "Great" Britain or the "United" Kingdom: public drunkenness, disrespect, socialized medicine and welfare galore, PC culture, almost complete loss of Christianity/Catholicism, unending immigration and the subsequent spread of Islam and Islamic Sharia Law, loss of patriotism, powerful animal rights and environmental organizations,  etc. All this is coming to a boiling point and it appears that very few are willing to fight for the Churchill/Thatcher Britain we loved and appreciated [BTW: One could argue that Thatcher tried to reverse or at least hold this inevitable "change" that was sweeping through her country -- Churchill too if you've studied England's support for cowardly Chamberlain and their apprehension towards electing Winston Churchill]. Although this specifically is a British paper, these winds of "change" have become a threat to all of Western Civilization.