How to close an open society – UK version

Inviting people who don’t like your country’s way of life, and who have an enclave mentality; who want to do anything other than blend into your culture, to come and live in your country, is an act which most western governments have done in the last twenty-five years.

We in the UK have done it, America has done it – many of these people are Muslims, but we also have large numbers of Polish and Portugese people here, among others, and they tend to cluster together too. They are certainly not in the main extremists (in the US you are considered to be an extremist if you are a Bible-believing Christian today).

But it’s the perfect ruse. Governments have had plenty of time to start and build this. There are cities in the UK which are no longer British in any visibly identifiable way. London, Leicester, Bradford and Birmingham. Let’s not forget Rotherham – where white girls were groomed, and abused by Muslim men. This was not dealt with, not talked about because of the Politically Correct policy of over-sensitivity to the needs of these ‘outsiders’, who don’t want to be British, but want to live in Britain. It’s been a long-time plan – whether consciously, or sub-consciously, to close our open society with these people.

How is it done?

Simple. Tolerance leads to suffering.

First of all you allow a few in, and let them set up their areas – it wouldn’t matter what religion they were, by the way, or nationality – it’s only a fact that many are Muslim, that is not the issue, it is the desire to be within a country and still be separate from it’s culture. The Chinese have done the same in Vancouver, B.C.

Then you get them radicalised – I suspect some of this has been state sponsored – judging by the weeping husbands of these missing Muslim wives:

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But even if you discount that possibility, the ever deepening of the depravity of western lifestyles, in the face of increasing Muslim immigration to the UK was bound to cause them to hate the native population even more as time has gone on. As a Christian, I can understand much of what they dislike about our culture, even if we disagree on the solution to it.

You then allow these people a voice in your country – which the native population don’t like. You force the native population to TOLERATE this. You pass laws making sure that they tolerate it. You even splash all over the front pages how ‘evil’ these people are, so that the Brits feel even more angered and shocked that it’s been ‘allowed.’ Take for example this:

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And then this:

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So the media winds up the native populous, and effectively shows the people that the government has no power to deal with ‘extremists.’ Of course we will never know the truth about these people, and that’s deliberate too.

So then, you criminalise ‘Hate Speech’ whilst pointing at the radicalised and enclave-minded people, and the natives clamour for laws to be passed to silence them. The media gets behind this too, and makes everyone feel better, never mentioning any downside to the plan.

You criminalise, as Theresa May wants to, groups where people discuss anything which is radical – whilst pointing at the (manipulated and radicalised) Muslims. The native population clamour for them to be silenced and stopped.

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You fake terrorism in foreign countries against our own people. Yes you do. All the while you are pointing at the Muslims.

You arrest people who are planning to leave the country because they are planning to join ISIS, you say. Whilst ignoring the families of those who have left to do just that, and who say the secret services manipulated and radicalised their wives, causing them to leave (see image above of the weeping husbands).

The laws that are being passed to stop *points* those people over there, are equally applicable to the native population who clamoured for those laws to prevent the perceived, actual or even faked activities of *points* those people over there – within our own country.

When it comes to disagreements with the government’s position on issues which should be matters of personal freedom of speech, these same laws (EDOs) are now being threatened against our own chuches, and against anyone who speaks out against the government narrative. I wrote about this previously: Link

This ploy is being used to great effect in the UK, to silence the thinking middle class, and it is also being used in France where the (fake) Charlie Hebdo killings, and the fake Bataclan massacre became the springboards for a raft of anti-free-speech legislation, and legislation against the use of cash. Because cash is what terrorists use… Yes really.

When will we all wake up to the crime being perpetrated against us?

US!

That is we who are kind, we who are moral, we who are loving, whether we are Christian, Muslim, French, Canadian, black, white or whatever. The public are NOT generally racist, we are generally easily manipulated, and the government, the Tavistock Institute, and MI5 and MI6, and GCHQ – they know this, and they manipulate to get the very effect THEY want. They really work for satan.

You were made in the image of God. You belong to God, and God loves you. He is working to unite you with himself through the only door He gave us – Yeshua (Jesus). Satan comes to steal, kill and destroy – if there is theft, if there is trouble, if there is destruction, those who work to perpetrate it are NOT on your side, no matter how you have been manipulated into seeing and believing things are.

The government looks like it is passing laws in response to things outside it’s control – and yet, it is not. It is allowing things to happen, and machinating things to happen, to get the effect they want. 64.6% depopulation is expected in the UK by 2025.

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How is this going to happen without a war on home turf, I wonder? I pray, and I ask you to pray, for a deep repentence in the British people, and in the leaders of this country – turn back to God, and admit your sins.

God Bless you

Lis

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Peter Hitchens nails it –

I read his piece yesterday in the Mail on Sunday – an he get’s it just right. I agree with him:

“As an extremist, I am very worried about the planned Extremism Bill, which our Prime Minister is about to ram through Parliament.

So should you be. You are probably extremists, too, or will soon become extremists.

You may well remember when many opinions now viewed as despicable and more or less criminal were freely expressed – often by the same people and media who now condemn them.

I certainly do. Much of the conservative patriotic Christianity which my parents’ generation saw as normal has now been driven underground, and those who express it – especially in the public sector – face discipline or the sack, and are sometimes prosecuted.

Many of the current establishment’s attacks on Labour aren’t disagreements among free people in a free society. They are demands for abject recantations expressed by people who clearly think such views should not be allowed.

And the expression ‘extremism’ doesn’t mean anything objective or measurable. It just means a view that is out of favour with the current government and establishment.[…]

Yet, instead, we waste our time and destroy our freedom by futile attempts to control what people think.”

Yes, Peter, as an extremist myself – for example, I believe that homosexuality is a sin, and as such I’m likely to be viewed as though I might want to throw a gay man off a tall building which is the very last thing I would do, or condone, but hey, I’m an extremist. If you’re reading this blog, you probably are too.

You are committing a thought crime by even considering that the world is flat, just as God said it was. You are committing a thought crime by questioning the media’s version of events surrounding any of the too-numerous-to-mention false flag attacks, most notably 9/11. For being against war. For believing that unfettered immigration is treason against the British people. I could go on…

Get ready to be locked up for what you believe. What goes on in your head is no longer “nobody’s business” when your very facial expression can be read by a facial recognition camera and have you logged for further surveillance.

I am saddened that we have reached this point of all-out Stasi state, all out Communism in fact. It looks like fascism, but they are really the same. Easiest to refer to it as totalitarianism. That it certainly is.

God Bless you

Lis

What will you do when you can no longer speak out?

When no one will be allowed to hear your views?

If you are a Christian this will be sooner rather than later. If you’re in the UK it’s coming – the government wants to crack down on ‘extremism.’ Yet so far it has declined to define extremism – which makes it very easy to become a target.

Firstly I will say that free speech is a benefit to all. If you cannot HEAR a view which is repellant, how can you educate the young to be repelled by it? If such views are deemed ‘unacceptable’ where other views are deemed to be sacrosanct, we’ve entered an Orwellian nightmare.

maxresdefault2-1024x576If extremism is undefined, the government has free reign to move the goalposts until even speaking the Law of God will become an offense – how can it not be? God’s Law says that homosexuality is wrong – what could be more offensive than that, these days?

Extremism is a moving target – and an oppressive regime such as the one we appear to have elected, can use it how it likes, when it likes, to stop any action or mode of speech – it’s a race to totalitarianism.

Let’s look at extremism:

800px-ExtermeironingrivelinI’m not joking – that’s extreme ironing (source).

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I’m not trying to be flippant here – my point is serious. Extremism is too broad a term to use. Where does it end – that’s my point. The UK is already falling down the rankings of ‘free countries’ for journalism:

“‘Freedom of Press’ is published by the US-based Freedom House, an NGO established in 1941 that has been ranking countries worldwide since 1980 in relation to democracy, human rights and press freedom. In May 2014 it reported that Britain has slipped down the global rankings for freedom of the press to 36th place.

The organisation said press freedom and therefore free speech, had fallen to its lowest level for over a decade. It partly blames regressive steps in countries such as Libya, Turkey and Ukraine, as well as the actions taken against journalists reporting on national security issues in both the US and UK.

Karin Karlekar, the report’s project director, said: “We see declines in media freedom on a global level, driven by governments’ efforts to control the message and punish the messenger.”” (source)

My views may differ from yours, but if I cannot hear your views, because you are censored, how can I learn what is right and wrong? How can I hold my views, if opposing views are not allowed? My views then become ‘unnecessary’? We would all become ‘drones’ of one viewpoint. Thought might be banned altogether.

God Bless you

Lis