Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they are not out to get you…

IN DECLINE: The attitude of the British public is changing.

I DO get fed up with people telling me I’m merely being paranoid when I discuss the decline of the UK and its society. 

These people (and I’m delighted to say there are now far fewer than in the past!) seem to forget, that in my dual role as a working entertainer and columnist, I speak and am contacted by a tremendous number of so called ‘ordinary folk,’ from all walks of British life. I can tell you quite categorically, they are all now totally peed off with what is happening to our once great country.

They are sick of the leniency shown toward criminals, they are sick of the laws and ‘human rights’ favouring ethnic and other minorities. They are sick of the ghettos, embedded like cancerous tumours in most of their great cities. They are sick of piddling bureaucrats. 

They are sick of being ruled by decisions made in other countries and they are heartily sick of Islamic bigots who seem to be able to get away with just about anything. 

The tolerant mood of the British public is undoubtedly changing. People are beginning to speak out. Most have been quiet up to now; almost afraid to air their views in case of being accused of bigotry or racism. Well no more.

And why shouldn’t they, when the ranting of their enemies (and believe me, they are enemies) are not only allowed to be aired just about anywhere, but also when they contain blatant, hate pro-voking anti-British rhetoric, are punished by a mere slap on the wrist?

If that level of incitement was aired in public by a member of the BNP they would be undoubtedly thrown in jail. In my cabaret spot, I have a couple of fairly light digs at the ‘changing face’ of Britain.

When I first used the remarks they were met mainly by an almost fearful silence. As time went on the odd chuckle was the result. Over a period the chuckles turned into unchecked laughter. The same remarks are now greeted not only by laughter, but often applause.

A more accurate barometer for the changing attitude of the British public would be hard to imagine. I think one of the reasons for the disquiet is because, even with Cameron’s declarations, not much has changed. I suggest Dave and the team start speeding up the instigation of a few of their election promises, before a thoroughly fed up British public begin to take to the streets. 

If that happens then the prophecies of Enoch Powell may finally come to pass, coupled with finding Mr Farage and colleagues posing on the steps of Number 10!

Have a good week. Try to lend a helping hand. and whatever ya do, always keep the faith

Love Leapy

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    • the teddyboy

      13 April 2014 • 19:50

      Hi Lee ::: Yes British Public are starting to speak their mind, come what may :: It has nothing to do with colour as they try to make us beleive : All would be just as annoyed if 10 milion from Australasia desended on these shores legal & illegal :: Working if they decide to work for 50% of what was the Minimum Wage :straining all our resources far past the limit : Now this week Immigration turns out has only been counted at Dover & Heathrow :: Other ports & lesser Airports Not counted. So now has added 250,000 Legal or Illegal immigrants per year more than Government Figures. So in last 10years the same number as population of Manchester has slipped into UK uncounted by Gov:: As you Say My Ole Mate Enough is Enough : & Dump Human Rights because it does not apply to UK Citizens :: Cheers Colin

    • Roy Peters

      14 April 2014 • 11:46

      You are right Teddy Boy, and ‘come the revolution’ as they say. With everything that is happening these days the people are close to breaking point, and that is why many are pinning their hopes on new blood in the form of UKIP. It remains to be seen if Farage will deliver on his promises, but he cannot be any worse than the Con/Lib/Lab crowd.
      Personally I do not believe we should get out of Europe completely because this will hurt us economically, but we do need to get out from under the Human Rights and Immigration rules that are strangling our Justice and Immigration rules.

    • The Teddy Boy

      14 April 2014 • 12:56

      Hi Roy
      Agree about UKIP I watched some of Farage speeches at European Parliament on U Tube: Where he criticises the waste of time & cost of Euro Parliament & hundreds on the Gravy Train : Never seen any one get up to challenge him as they know he is Correct !!! Other Parties try to smear UKIP & say they have no Polices: Hell All 3 Current parties have Policies BUT never stick to them after Election is Over: I spoke to Friend in UK who lives in Zimbabwe & said how does he live there with such a Dictatorship: His reply was He knows he lives in a Dictatorship : BUT People in UK Do Not !!! Says it All

    • Tom Wade

      19 April 2014 • 10:48

      Hi leepy, love your page!
      Have to say, you speak my language, right down to your mention of Enoch Powell. When I came over from Ireland in Jan.1958, and overcame my ‘ Homes Sickness’ , I fell in love with this country. My intentions were to Integrate, and, I have to say,” I haven’t looked back” In fact I feel more English than the English themselves, but, I am also proud of my Irish heritage, ( what a rich life I enjoy ).
      I, like many of my Irish friends, worked hard , sometimes having two jobs. Saved hard. Bought my home own here, and in Spain. Married into a lovely English family. Reared three boys, and will celebrate our 54th.Wedding Anniversary tomorrow, ( Easter Day ).
      I am incensed at the way our political parties allow these Muslim Immigrants ( who, I have to say ” HATE US ” ) to enter, and unstable our beautiful country, and way of life.
      I agree with every word write, but sadly, I fear the damage is very seriously done.
      Tom wade, Calpe.


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