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A minute’s token silence?

By D. J. Webb

There is a minute’s silence tomorrow at 11 to remember the victim’s of terror.

It’s time we stopped being silent and lighting candles and leaving teddies in the street (littering commemoration sites). We need to speak up.

Please, people: disrupt the minute’s silence and speak up. Wherever you are, speak up during that minute, and demand an end to immigration and multi-culturalism.

We are in the last chance saloon as a nation, and showing all the signs of moral discouragement. We need to drop supposed “Islamophobia” as a supposed problem to be solved — a “phobia” is a medical condition, so the word is badly chosen — and start demanding that our culture reign supreme in England and in every part of England.

The minute’s silence is a chance to speak up and demand those around us take note.


  1. It’s difficult to tell how much support there is for this opinion in the country. There is no credible nationalistic/patriotic party fielding candidates in all constituencies, whose performance we could use to gauge things, so we’re left guessing. As a benchmark, I think the BNP were able to poll close to one million votes in the 2009 European elections, which is a good guide, as that was conducted under a proportional voting system and they were still very much anti-immigration and anti-multiculturalism at that stage.

    On a different note, it will be interesting to see how (if at all) this attack affects the outcome of the forthcoming general election. Will the Tories benefit from a drop in support for Labour? Or will this galvanise Labour in an odd sort of way and be the making of them?

  2. I couldn’t agree with you more. I’d say there’ve been quite enough minutes of silence, already. Decades worth, as a matter of fact.

  3. The only action you can expect from May (or even Corbyn) is even greater restriction on freedom of speech at home and on the internet (?) so that the islamification project can continue unhidered with all dissent suppressed. The final nail in the coffin of our civilisation. Already virtually all dissent on UK media has been crushed and the only place where opposition can still be found is online at sites such as Breitbart. How long before May puts a stop to that is yet to be seen.

  4. Very well said. Platitudes, tokens and pointless gestures seems to be about all we have on offer these days. For God’s sake, get of your knees people.

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