The government of the UK has banned Canadian conservative activist and journalist Lauren Southern from Britain, being held at Calais just days after Austrian activist Martin Sellner and American author Brittany Pettibone were refused entry at Heathrow.
Source: Conservative Activist, Journalist Lauren Southern Detained at Calais, Banned From Entering UK
So, once-Great Britain, which stood firm against Nazi Germany and was our greatest ally against the Soviet Union, is now inimical to free speech and freedom of oppression. She has become what once she opposed. I cannot express how deeply this grieves me.
What are the great crimes for which Southern and Pettibone have been denied entry, and detained and interrogated prior to being deported? Have they called for genocide? For physical attacks on immigrants, such as black South Africans are committing against Afrikaners, with the tacit support and even approval of the government there?
No, they simply want Britain to remain Britain, and other nations of the West to remain Western, and they oppose the uncontrolled migration of alien peoples with alien and inimical cultures into the West. And in the case of Southern, she has dared to film a documentary on the brutal attacks against white farmers (Boers, in Afrikaans) in South Africa – whose government has just voted to strip white farmers of their lands, without compensation.
And for this they are labeled “far right,” and “racist.” Southern and Pettibone (who ironically was on her way to a pro-free-speech rally), not the South African government!
It appears the UK government has learned the wrong lessons from WW II – it is totalitarianism which is to be opposed, not merely any views deemed to be on the political “right” – and has taken political inspiration, rather than a cautionary example, from the Soviet Union. The UK has, as I say, apparently become what it once opposed. This is a source of tremendous sadness for a life-long Anglophile like me!
Loving one’s own nation and people, its history and heritage, and being opposed to those bent on its destruction, is not racism, but sanity. But as one commenter put it,
“If ‘racism’ is a sufficient reason for preventing someone from entering the UK, why isn’t it a sufficient reason for kicking out of the UK all those non-white people who openly hate the white population? Of course nobody in authority has the slightest intention of answering that question – in fact they probably think that asking the question is in itself ‘racist.'”
Indeed, we have entered dark days.