posted on May, 21 2013 @ 10:19 AM
reply to post by Alternative4u
I also think its important to remember that the government is responsible for the way ethnic groups interact in this country. It is the governments
desire that some of our people become embittered toward others, the better to divide the whole of the people against one another, and by so doing,
Take it back six hundred years, and indeed much further, and all peoples who showed up here without a sword in thier hands and murder in thier eyes,
were welcomed. Many became appointed by various Kings and other royalty, in positions of respect, and many were loved dearly by those who welcomed
them to our shores. Britons come from all four corners of the isles, but they also come from all four points on a compass, and we must respect that.
The governments abuse of the population is much less to do with who gets in to the nation, but rather what our taxes are spent on, and how wisely
those purchases and investments are made. HMRC spend billions with the company which runs thier buildings, and supplies them, every year. The prices
they are charged for the simplest of things are marked up obscenely. The company which is ripping the tax man off to the tune of billions a year, also
happens to be one of the biggest tax evaders in the nation. They are far from the only government department to continue to operate on such a poorly
thought out system, allowing for what ammounts to vast theft of public resources. The NHS, the DVLA, pretty much every alphabetical chunk of
Whitehall, is contracted to some bunch of thieves, who charge the tax payer too much, and then steal from them by not paying taxes themselves. This
continues to be the case, because someone in government or in Whitehall, probably both, has vested interest in this state of affairs remaining in
This is why they want us fighting one another, this is why they want us watching eachother. It is so that they can continue to take money from our
pockets, and laugh at us behind our backs, as we watch our neighbors out of fear.