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Exploring Anonymity

on Aug 28, 2018

This is the beginning of a new chapter in my life. One in which I must don mask and cloak to become another member of the many, known only by the few. Anonymous they call it, I am unsure whether I feel good or bad about this new persona of deceit. But, I know one thing for certain....

Britain has changed! A wave a social tension has taken hold, and within it the pressure is building rapidly. Our government is complicit in its deception and treason.

Immigration is out of control, multiculturalism has failed, diversity and tolerance is being used as placebo, to placate the masses. Our government tells us that immigration is good, that we need workers to pay taxes and that they bring value to our communities, but is that really true ?

When one asks the question why would parliament sanction years of explosive growth in immigration ? I come up with some interesting answers....

1 - We need workers taxes:

Well if that is true, who is paying for the domestic population who can work, but don't. Lets say a conservative welfare cost for an individual is £250 per week. An immigrants weekly salary taxed at 20% would need to £1,250.00 or £65,000 per year. Thus we would need at least 4 migrant workers to provide the taxation to support the one person that could have done the job in the first place.

2 - They bring value to our community:

I don't buy it; By allowing the existing population to not work, and replacing them with immigrants, it devalues our social and community values. Further more the current crop of migrants are predominately Asian, or African with enormous cultural and religious differences. They come to improve their lot, but they have no intention of integration. In every city across our lands we see Islamic migrant communities terraforming areas to their cultural and religious way of life.

There is rapid growth in the development of "Gated Communities" in our cities. Many already built and operating in London, and the trend is set to continue. The wealthy and privileged living within secured and guarded enclaves.

Government will have already been briefed about the direction our society is headed over a decade ago. GCHQ in Cheltenham has more than enough data analysts and social scientists to alert that government that we are on course for huge civil unrest in our major population centres. A situation that could easily escalate into a full blown civil war, and yet they do nothing, they say nothing.

Our the leaders of our country so foolish, and disconnected from society that they know nothing of what is lurking, awaiting to explode into chaos. Are they so weak and cowardly that not one of them will speak to these issues in our society ?

I do not believe so, something else is at work, some creeping deception. A wider more insidious agenda. I believe money, coercion is at work within the echelons of power.

All this means that a new resistance must be created, and built in secret, in the darkness. It must be anonymous, everywhere and yet nowhere primed, planned, ready, waiting and working in the background.

We are Anonymous. We are Legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us.


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alpine77on Jun 04, 2019

Fuck to the People substitution project by Soros
I m Patriot, I m Catholic . I m for Wall

bqdroidon Aug 28, 2018

That would only hold true in times of full employment, low paid low skilled jobs will get absorbed by automation. Even so the tax contribution of a low paid worker doesn't cover the cost of the welfare supporting the person who 'does not want to do that job'.
But worse that able migrant has left their community, leaving a capacity gap behind. Once many of the able bodied folks from a community leave, the community is left with children, infirm or elderly, and so the community the migrant left is impacted.
I think we need a big change in policy and attitudes, where we help bring all communities uptown a decent social and economic standard.

ssdifnskdjfnsdjkon Aug 28, 2018

I think that the regulated imigration can be beneficial at least economicaly.
Local people do not want to do some unqualified jobs and leave it to people from countries where are not jobs.
I have no doubt that it is economicaly better for the country if they fill missing working spots than when companies can not find work force.

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