Thursday, 23 April 2009

Happy St George's Day

A very Happy St George's Day to all our English readers and supporters - and those of English descent.

Today I have heard umpteen lefties, media-liars and assorted atheists repeat the lie that St George was a "Turk."

They know damn well that St George was an heroic Roman soldier from Asia Minor and as European as you or I (Asia Minor was then Greek and an integral part of the Roman Empire).

In short St George would have been indistinguishable from the Romans from modern-day Italy, Spain, Germany, Britain, Romania, France etc. that served in the Roman Army and gained Roman citizenship.

The media and political class do not want St George's Day celebrated because they understand that to be English is to have your roots in Anglo-Saxon England, whereas to be "British" is now just a name on a passport. Even so-called patriots say, for example, that a Zimbabwean who's as black as your hat and an African to his core, can be a "patriotic Briton!!!"

They also loathe the idea of England being at ease with its Christian roots, something that galls the atheists in the Labour Party especially; but which also jars a nerve in groups as disparate as Zionists and homosexuals.

So raise high the Cross of St George, brought back by Richard the Lionheart from the Crusades!

Perhaps the idea of sacrifice and loyalty as embodied by ST George, the Roman soldier, may infect a few more nationalists... so that they too may realise that to do what is right is far more important than giving up your core principles!

Cry God for Harry, England and St George!


JewWatchskullnboner said...

Anonymous said...

Titus 1:14 (KJV)
Not giving heed to Jewish fables, and commandments of men, that turn from the truth.

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