THE SILENT MAJORITY, THEN AND NOW, IN 2012 AND 2020, THE UK IS A GREAT COUNTRY.
The United Kingdom is a tolerant, open and ambitious country
Despite what left wing organisations such as the Labour Party , the Marxist organisation known as “black lives matters”, the criminal-damage-creating members of “extinction rebellion”, and other snowflakes who take great exaggerated offence at any remarks of anyone they disagree with, I believe our country is a place of tolerance and freedom. Even the BBC with the furore over the possible removal of patriotic songs at The Last Night of the Proms, now has to be grouped directly into this group of out-of-touch organisations.
In July, some of the London Olympics 2012 was repeated on the BBC (national events is about all that the BBC is good at) and (along with the Paralympics that year which was broadcast on C4), 2012 demonstrated the best of our country and “Inspired a Generation”, as Lord Coe promised.
It brought together people of all different ethnic and social backgrounds in harmony and with a sense of national pride which brought together the whole country, in our common desire for our participants to succeed.
British participants , like all nations that summer, were not judged by their ethnic origin or where they come from, but their ambition. When they won, we cheered. We celebrated some nations sending female contenders for the very first time.
The opening ceremony celebrated British history and the image of the statue of Churchill saluting Her Majesty in her helicopter ride to the Stadium with James Bond is not diminished by those people who don’t understand who Winston was and his strength of character and how he helped us win the War.
Her Majesty the Queen showed her sense of humour in this unique portrayal before she apparently parachuted into the stadium.
At the time, not even Captain Hindsight’s predecessor Red Ed Miliband, talked the Olympic effort down (despite him spending the previous 2 years talking down the economy).
But Labour members have spent the last 5 years turning their organisation into a student protest lobby, since the bearded Comrade Corbyn turned it into an anti British laughing stock which is beyond repair. The current leader is incapable of reversing this trend as a large portion of the membership seems to consist of a mindset which remains thoroughly anti British. The leader himself, Sir Sneer, tried to stop Brexit because he doesn’t understand British thinking. Why on earth did the bearded one appoint someone who didn’t believe in his shadow portfolio to be Labour’s chief spokesman? And we all know about Lady Nugee’s distaste of national pride.
However, outside the metropolitan North London bubble elite, the real people of this country retain those values demonstrated so eagerly in 2012. The negative impression Labour and their media outlets known as the BBC’S Laura Kuensberg (who had to be security protected at Labour’s Conference because they hate her so much), Robert know-it-all Peston and Beth droaning-moaning Rigby bears little resemblance to reality.
The Conservatives under Boris Johnson were re-elected last year because we share those values of national pride and tolerance and celebrate our pride in our Wartime leader and our real Bristish values.
It’s time for Boris Johnson and the Government to swat away the left wing cynicism, bash down the awful TV journalists in their endless attacks and say to the Left: We Won The Election. You do not represent the majority.
I don’t pretend everything is perfect and yes, many do suffer from discrimination and unfair behaviour. But the country has NOT turned into some loony rascist country since 2012. We are one of the most diverse countries in the world and welcoming to people who wish to contribute.
Lefties and so-called liberals launch protest groups , launch tirades on twitter and march on Parliament Square if they don’t like something (whatever it is this week).
People of small c conservative thinking , don’t try to shove their dislikes down other people’s throats so visibly. Instead we might write a letter to the paper or switch off the TV and do something else. We are the silent majority.