MILITARY AND POLITICAL STRATEGY

By Paul Harris
Almost everyone in Britain is unhappy with the number of immigrants in this country. You hear people talking about it all the time. The slightest mention of it and it suddenly becomes the main topic of conversation. Many people have become so disillusioned with the direction that this country is heading that they have decided to get out – to become immigrants themselves - to a country they see as having a more secure future. It’s a last resort for them but the future of their own children is paramount.

So why do the three Establishment parties, Labour, the Conservatives, and the Lib Dems, totally ignore this major concern that people have, and pretend instead that people are in favour of immigration, asylum seeking, and a multiracial Britain. I believe it’s because of a very basic trait of human beings. Once a certain set of ideas and concepts become established people will stick to these even when the rules change and the concepts become outdated.

We can find a parallel in what happened in the First World War. For hundreds of years before this war weapons were very primitive. Basically smooth bore muzzle loading flintlocks which were inaccurate and had a slow rate of fire. When an army was required to take the position of the opposing army the most effective tactic was to strike terror into the enemy by walking en-masse towards their position with bayonets fixed. The enemy could see you coming relentlessly forward but with their slow and inaccurate rate of fire there was precious little they could do to stop you. As the attacking army you had little to fear from your enemy as they desperately reloaded and fired their primitive weapons. You knew that long before you reached their position their nerve would break, their ranks would break, and they would be in headlong terrified flight. So you kept going, even as some of your comrades fell around you. In nearly all conflicts the attacking army would take the enemy position in this way.

But suddenly the rules of warfare changed. The machine gun was invented. Now a defending army with just a couple of well placed machine guns could mow down an entire advancing army with ease long before it reached their own position. But the fixed thinking of the military commanders of the time still dictated that the way to take an enemy position was to walk towards their position with bayonets fixed. The tactics that had worked for centuries would surely hold true now. So the British army walked towards the German trenches with bayonets fixed. Result. They were mown down in their hundreds of thousands, killed with ease because of an hopelessly outdated military tactic. And believe it or not the commanders refused to believe that the tactics they had been taught in military school were not working. So they sent another wave of troops to their deaths. And another. And another. It took several years of senseless slaughter before they realised that these tactics were just not working anymore.

So how can what happened 90 odd years ago be compared with what is happening today in Britain. What recent technological development has totally changed the rules so that all the old concepts and strategies that worked fine before have suddenly been rendered useless? And who is it that refuses to acknowledge this change?

The answer to this should be immediately apparent to everyone. Not so long ago uncomfortable facts could be concealed from the public by censorship. Dissident writers and publications could be suppressed using laws designed for the purpose, and the Establishment could force their own ideas and beliefs onto the masses through the controlled media – newspapers, television, and radio. Any dissident party that arose could be isolated and suppressed by propaganda and disinformation in the media. Without doubt the British Establishment have been very successful at doing this for the last 40 years.

Not any longer. Now we have the internet, which is becoming more dominant with every day that goes by. The Establishment can’t suppress the internet, and they can’t stop people finding out what is really going on. They no longer have a monopoly on information and ideas and can’t tell people what they should be thinking. They can’t stop people reading about an alternative set of ideas to their own and they can’t stop people deciding for themselves what is right and what is wrong. Members of a dissident party no longer feel isolated and can readily make contact with their party through it’s website. In fact for a totalitarian Government the internet is its worse nightmare.

They are continually crowing about how they beat the National Front in the seventies, and how they’re going to defeat the British National Party in the same way. But the BNP has the internet. Because of the internet they can never beat us.

2 comments:

The Green Arrow said...

Excellent post and interesting point about the Internet bring nationalists
together. We are no longer alone.

najistani said...

The word is getting through - here's a new slant on the recent RoP spin-doctoring.

From http://www.jihadwatch.org/dhimmiwatch/archives/017380.php

"The survey found that young people are the group most likely to see Islam as a violent religion.

Nearly 28 percent of 18-24 year olds believe Islam is fundamentally a religion of war which sits uneasily with modern Western culture compared with 17 percent of the overall population and only 13 percent of those aged 65.

Less than half of all 18-24 year olds (48%) see Islam as a religion of peace, compared with 60 percent or over for every other age group, the poll found.

"The trend that will alarm the Government and community groups most is that young people, who are generally more positive about spirituality, are so much more negative about Islam than the population as a whole," said Woolley."

Is this because young people are more likely to get their news and opinions from the internet than from the MSM?

Keep on Blogging!!!