In his speech to the International Armoured Vehicles conference in west London, General Sir Patrick Sanders, the head of the British Army, said UK citizens should be “trained and equipped” to fight in a potential war between NATO and Vladimir Putin’s forces.
It coincides with remarks made by former Royal Navy chief Admiral Lord West to Sky News, who suggested that in the case of a conflict between NATO and Russia, the UK would need to “mobilise” and that this would probably involve citizen volunteers. Even the former PM, old Captain Calamity himself Boris Johnson, has jumped on the bandwagon, releasing a Benny Hill style video urging more people to volunteer for this new citizen army.
The commander of Sweden’s armed forces stated earlier this month that citizens must “prepare themselves mentally” for conflict with Russia. We are being prepared, or softened up, to see another world war in the not-too-distant future as more than a possibility.
But there is a caveat: If you describe yourself as a ‘patriot’, you probably won’t be allowed to join this new citizen army, or the real thing either. We have reproduced a graphic of a poster pinned up on noticeboards in the barracks and NAAFI’s of Britain’s armed forces. It warns against the very people who make up the best recruits: Patriots and Nationalists. Click on the image below to enlarge.
In Britain’s past, many of our decorated servicemen were Nationalists, fiercely proud of their country, people, and our way of life. Young men today do not volunteer to go off and fight for capitalism, liberalism, multiculturism or any other of the ‘progressive’ pet causes. As George Orwell once wrote, “We sleep soundly in our beds, because rough men stand ready in the night to do violence on those who would harm us”
Would modern Britain’s multi-cultural society, where different ethnic and religious groups live separate lives from the indigenous community, really rally to the flag to fight for a country that they have been told exploited and enslaved their ancestors? A country that plundered the resources of their ancestral homelands? Where children learn that the British Empire was racist and evil?
Would young, brainwashed White youth, their minds addled by drugs and the indoctrination of Marxist teachers, lecturers and the media, really care about King and country? In today’s selfish world we doubt it. A recent YouGov poll supported that belief, finding that over a third of those who took part would refuse conscription in the event of a war.
In this future war, as was the case in the two World Wars, the only winners would be the one-world capitalists. The losers, again, would be the millions of brave young White men and women killed in the slaughter.
Perhaps we could be so bold as to suggest a few more buzz words to add to the army’s warning poster? What about ‘Holocaust Denial’, ‘Globalism’, the ’14 Words’ and, of course, ‘The Great Replacement’.
The arms manufacturers must be rubbing their hands in anticipation.
‘Newcomers to the UK are housed in four-star hotels and many of them in accommodation built for our fighting men and women while countless numbers of our veterans, many struggling with PTSD, are homeless and ignored on the streets they gave so much to defend.’Neil Oliver
Top Image: Captain Calamity’s Tic Tok video
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