Political Correctness has now also totally corrupted debate in modern Britain and when the Church of England Synod rightly voted against the heresy of Women Bishops this week the leader of the non-Conservative Party railed against those who stood up for classic Christian doctrine and told them to "get with the programme". That is the programme of The Left, of course.
The BBC really thinks that just by swapping around its 'management' that this will make a difference. It will not. The BBC is an institutionally left-wing, moralising (but without morality) publicly-funded disgrace. Their journalism is no different from that of The Guardian (which it constantly cites) or The Independent, or indeed The Times - all of whose journalists just dash off whatever rumour or prejudice they have - thinking that because such-and-such is a Tory, or a right-winger etc they are fair game.
Submitted by olivia on 11 September 2013 - 10:18pm
By Olivia Pistun
The following will provide an account of the manipulation of the cultural-political public psyche, with primary reference being to the classification of certain types of behaviour of British school-children as ‘racist’ or ‘homophobic’ as an example of the means via which institutions are able to instil particular modes of thinking, which manifests in the formation of an intended ideology.
Sociology has long been dominated by Marxists and is not seen as a fair or objective discipline. However, there have been Conservative sociologists like Albert Hobbs and George Bourne. Hobbs wrote Man is a Moral Choice and Bourne, Change in the Village. The Conservative version of history is in Sir Keith Feiling. Reading the above helps us understand our own views. Apart from these few, academia is dominated by what is known as the Cultural Marxist ideology.
As we look back on the year gone by, the sensationalised predictions of the Mayan apocalypse don’t seem so absurd after all. Not at least when you consider what has been lost. It is our cultural world that is ending; the institutions that define England are eroding beneath an incessant barrage of attacks, wave after wave from a variety of institutions, each dedicated to cultural distortion.
Given the sort of broadcasting that one now expects from the BBC, it seems somewhat ungrateful to complain when they produce a documentary on the subject of Europe’s Middle Ages. But a
programme that seeks to celebrate the creativity and spirituality of European past presents a problem to Auntie Beeb.
A talk given by Dr Frank Ellis at The Traditional Britain Group's Enoch Powell Centenary Dinner - 16th June 2012. 'In this lecture/article I examine what I consider to be the war being waged against England. There are in fact two wars being waged against the English: one is a war similar in aim though not as murderous in scope (yet) to that being waged against the Boers in South Africa and directed, for the time being, primarily at displacing whites from the large council estates in the big cities (council estates are broadly analogous to Section 8 housing in the USA) or rendering them fragmented, inert and willing to accept their fate as a racial minority in their ancestral lands. The violence used against whites in these housing concentrations is random, spontaneous and unplanned and has all the hallmarks of its being no more than crimes against the person and property. Yet crimes against persons and property pursued for purposes of material gain are also consistent with being committed for racial or ideological reasons. Killing a person for his race does not preclude stealing his wallet. The 2011 August riots and murder which blighted London and other English cities are a prime example of what I have in mind. These attacks start not because government agencies, especially the police, actively support them, but because they fail to take the necessary measures to prevent the attacks and then to deal with them when they occur. The other war is an ideological war being waged among the professions and by the professions. This war is aimed at the cultural, political, national, economic and legal destruction of England. The striking thing about both these wars is that they are not being prosecuted by the agents and soldiers of an occupying force, as would have been the case in 1940 had we succumbed to Nazi invasion. The most active persecutors of the English are not African or Pakistani immigrants but their fellow Englishmen and Englishwomen: the police; the social services; a corrupt and cowardly teaching profession; politicians and whole swathes of business.'
Henry Hopwood-Phillips responds to Searchlight's article about the Traditional Britain Group. "I am sure that I am not the only one that finds your menacing "investigative journalism" into the right-wing of British politics to have an ironically gestapo-ish feel. Imagine if a rightist were to set up "Der Tag", a group which "investigated" and published information on all groups with leftist affliations in Britain. It is a sinister practice and I suspect deep down you know as much, not that you'll stop it because it's for the elusive 'greater good'. A reminder of the totalitarian impulses your 'enlightened' organ represents."